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The Queen and John Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

The Queen and John Brown. The OnniPTrAX Comjioxwuatk lately pub lished the following: 'John Brown's body lies a-moulding in tlio grave '— th.it is, the nrpus rib of tho faithful flunkey of contem porary British royalty. But his fame is not dying out; rather it is being- enhanced by singular traditions. J. B. was a bold servitor, a real beggar on horseback. A strange Court story is that, about the sudden resignation one day by Sir Walter Stirling' of his oftieo as ' Governor ' of tho lato .Duke of Albany. Hero is tho 1 nicer story. John Tirown was found in Sir Walter' h room at Windsor Castle by the owner of the apartment, who suddenly entered, and discovered that domestic sitting at the writing-table, engaged in reading through 11 number of letters writien by the Dukeof Albany, which he had taken from a drawer. Of course thero was a row, aud, as the explan ation which was .subsequently vouchsafed was not calculated to appease (Sir Walter's iustili nblo indiirnjitiun, he resisned for...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Messrs. Douglass and Hepworth's Poultry Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Messrs. Douglass and Hepworth's Poultry Farm. Although rather too early to see birds in their Sunday clothes, a trip to the above farm is well worth a visit from those having an eye for the beau tiful, and wishing to feast their eyes on some of the most aristocratic birds that ever left England, some of them having been purchased at fancy figures reach ing upto 100 guineas per pair. Many of the imported birds are well forward in teatner, and should, at the forth coming shows, attract the oyo of tho judges. Last year Mr. Doug-lass was fairly successful in these competitions, but it must be remembered that his birds had not been off the water more than a month or bo, consequently they were a deal ' off colour.' A most noticeable improvement will be seen in the same birds this year. In a small run by himself we saw a beautiful dark Dorking cock, a cup winner at the Dairy Show, England. Next door to him was a splendid specimen of the dark Brahma, a cock bred by Norris Eli, of Grays, the...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruitgrowers' Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Fruitgrowers' Notes. The secretary of tho Fruitgrowers' Union roported to the Council on Satur day last that Sir Henry Parkes had promised to give his favourable con sideration to a bill presented from the Conference, having for its object the protection of orchards and vineyards from tho depredations of posts aud dis eases. Messms. J. Tamsett and W. Stiome handled very severely Mr. Bonnard's rough draft of a bill for the protection of orchards and vineyards from the de predations of noxious pests and dis eases, at the special meeting of the Union on Saturday. Mr. Tamsett pointed out several arbitrary defects of tho proposed measure, which he said would cripple tho whole of tho fruit growing industry, crush out tho small man, and absorb the whole of tho returns of an orchard. Tho clauses providing for tho establishment of local boards would mean the springing into existence of a whole army of potty Government officers, whose salaries would be extracted from the pockets of tho grower...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

The Leading Establishment in Parramatta. : First-class Boots and. Shoes at Moderate Prices. First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices, Which are all- marked in Plain Figures. NOTICE.— A Quotation of Prices being no criterion of Value and Style, the Public arc invited personally to inspect my New and Well Assorted Stock of LADIES',' GENTS.' and CHILDEEN'S BOOTS and SHOES before . Purcliasiug elsewhere, and to note the following facts, viz.: — . .A. All Goods arc direct from the Manufacturers, no intermediate Profits being paid. All trade commission and discounts being saved . in buying. 13 Small uniform Profits only are charged on Manufacturers' Prices, thereby being in the reach of all. O Every article is marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest Possible Prices, whereby every purchaser receives uniform value. T- Auy Goods not approved of (if not worn or soiled) can be exchanged, as I desire no article may be kept that is not satisfactory. ADAM BEDE'S Benevolent Consultations. 'Ail...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

PAKli W ELL 3 E R M.O N . I The EEV. P. J. STEPHEN wiU Preach his j FAREWELL SERMOX in Jlucquarie-street j WESLEYAN CHURCH on SUNDAY EVG. j Subject: 'The Stewardship or Lux.' ? }S EV. W. d. TA.YLOR'W^iky.m Central V Mission) will deliver an ADDRESS in Macquarie-street WESLEYAN CHURCH, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3rd, at 7.30. Subject: 'Tin: Forw.vhd Movement, ok the Revival ov IJei.igiovs Life is Exglaxd.' Collection in aid of the Church Extension Society. ? inOXTAGli TO LKT.— 1 rooms, water laid \J on ke., Apply W. Martindale, Stationer and News Agent, Parramatta. ? I7OR SALE, a 4 -Roomed W.B. COTTAGE situated at the comer of Railway and Iukerman streets. Granville. Good under ground tank ; land about 70 x 30. L MENSER, Auctioneer. I^OJR SALE.— SUMMER FRUIT TREES Choice Kinds— Apricot, Peaches, Plums and Apples, on Blight Proof Stocks. Apply H. HARRISON, Pennant Hills. 1)IANOS by Kap. Simon, Asherber, and other well known makers. MURRAY BROS. rnHE best place for Carpenters' Tools J_ MURRAY...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prospect Camp. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Prospect Oamp. Mil. FjTwaud Jaoksox, of Prospect Camp, has arranged a grand concert to take place in tho Cliurch of England Schoolroom thero on Friday next, in aid of an unfortunate workman named Thomas Green, who was burnt out at tho Camp not long ago and lost over £20 hard-earned savines and all his belongings. Tho programme is a very select one, aud includes some high class talent from Parramatta. ' Professor ' Sid. Walford will sing his celebrated master-piece, one of tho most difficult things going. Herr Von Oopeland (who plays a good gamo of cricket and has a tall average with Parramatta this season) will poso as a double voiced vocalist. Mons. Grovillo (of tho A.J.S., Parramatta) will, wo understand, oxeeute a very difficult sand-shoe dance. Tho execution should bo very realistic. Mr. Henry Irving Burstall will do a little thing from Shakespeare, possibly the ghost scone from 'Hamlet.' Mr. Henri Ricardo Kowalski Bowden is sot down for a violinistic display of fire works, and ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Auburn. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Auburn. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE QUES TION. The public hall was crowded on Mon day night at a meeting called by advo cates of the western site for tho pro posed bridge over the railway, aud a very large amount of interest was shown in regard to tho question, which threatened to disrupt tho friendly re lationship horotof oro subsisting botweeu residents in tho north-eastern and south-western districts. Mr. R. A. Ritchie, M.L.A., was voted to tho chair, and counselled discussion of the matter from tho standpoint of tho general wel fare of the township, irrespective of purely personal considerations. He hoped a clear decision would be come to, so that a decisive result might be communicated to tho railway authori ties. Mr. Warburton, who had acted as secretary on behalf of the originators of the mooting, read some minutes, along with a copy of a letter sent to the Railway Commissioners, as from 'the residents ' of Auburn, asking them to defer their decision respecting thn site of tho bridge ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

ATHLETICS. A. cynical correspondent nii-s himself lliusly iu l'csneot to the Botany ' ilycrs' who expose their anatomical proportion.'' in the P.-irramatta .Park : 'The several sickly youths who muster up pluck enough to crawfaround tho Park at day-break every niornim;- and try to make people believe they are in tniiuiu'.? for some biy handicap, would bo much better ' in bed those cool mornings. More natclirel, douteherno.'

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Sports and (James. EIXTURRS. The following members aro selected to 'piny for Albion against Albert on Albion ground to-day :— Jones, Garliek, Gnerion, Kaimx, AVall,' Urothcrson, 'Peters, E. Cook, ]?. Cook, Kennedy, Sprowlesjmkeman V-, Wilkinson II!. The followiiiff will represent RosehiU iu their match to-day against Richmond at Richmond: AVhurf, Colley, Miller, Liiu^dou, Wickham, Budgo. Moseley, Wesley, Shepherd, Guutlier, Pye, Wicks \2~, Pile 13.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I am Licensed to Sell. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

I am Licensed to Sell. At the Into graduating cxeroiso, hold in Public School No. 3:j, Eastern District, Brooklyn, tho subjoinod poem was read by one of tho pupils. It has stirred tho saloon men, who, through the United States Liquor Dcal ors' Association, have mado formal complaint to the President oi tho Brooklyn Board of Education : — I am licensed to sell ; get out of my shop, The rum-Beller angrily cried, With 11 frown on his faco and a curso on his lips, To the woman who stood by his side. My moments aro precious, I've no timo to wtiste ; I have paid for my license, I say. 'Tin my business to sell— I shall sell when I cliooso To thoso who will give me my pay. Your momonts aro precious— ah, precious for what ? To ruin somo innocent one. You ahull listen a moment ; 'tis little I ask, 1-\ 1 wrongs that to me you have dono. You have ruined my husband, both body and soul, That you his scant monoy might gain. You wore licensed to sell, you answered mo then, Aud all my pleadings woro...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

T^STABLISHED 18 8 0 3. H. MANSELL, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, (Opposite the Court-house), PABRAHATTA, Respectf ully submits the following Low Prices for Uepairs : — s. d. 'Watches Cleaned . . . . i 6 Wiiteh Mainsprings. . .. 4 0 Wntch Glasses . . . . 0 G Clocks Cleaned, from ..20 Clock Mainsprings, from . . 2 0 All other Uepairs equally cheap. No trouble will bo spared to give every satis faction to patrons. Cricketing, Football, Rowing, and other Trophies miido to order cheaper than any other house. ? The only place iu town where you can get your AVatoh Cleaned, and Guaranteed for One Year, for 4s. Gd. Note the Address — OPP. COURT-HOUSE, PARRAMATTA. Notice of Removal. IN future the business of LITTLE AND COMPANY, AS PROPRIETORS AND PUBLISHERS of tho CUMBERLAND ARGUS AND FRUIT GROWERS' ADVOCATE, and GENERAL PRINTERS, will bo curried on in the more commodious promises in GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA, opposite tho Parramatta Courthouse. LITTLE & CO. Parrumatta, Feb. loth, 18S9. TV...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

Crisp .Autiimii Is Coining ! March. ! ??..March'! March S ! March ! ! ! During the month of March — and for the every day trade onwards, but now especially for this month, March— The Premier Draper for 'Parramatta and the County of Cumberland^ IS SELLING, for tho benefit of those who study economy in the expenditure of valuable ready money, SPECIAL LINES in every Department at LONDON PEICES, at his large central Establishment, Victoria House, Fuller's Buildings, opposite the A. J. S. Bank. Kindly note the correct spot. There is only one Premier Draper in Parramatta— T. W. POLLOCK, Victoria House, next to W. G. Bladon's. SPECIMEN QUOTATIONS.— Selected Samples, Women's and Children's Hose, white and colored, 4|d, Gd, 9d. A large lot of Children's colored Ditto must go tit Three Pairs for Sixpence. Cashmere, Lisle and Silk Ditto Al brands, at Lowest Prices. Men's Half-Hose, 3d, 4d, 6d. Shirts, Scotch, Harvard and Crimean, Is 6d, Is lid 2s 6d. Flannel Shirts and Drawers, imported, from ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

VICTORIA SKATING RINK, Y PARRAMATTA. Open three times daily — 10 to 12 mornings, 2,30 to 5 afternoons, and 7.30 to 10 evenings. Special attention to Ladies and Children ( Select nights, Tuesdays and Thursdays. A good stock of Henly Skates. A. E. DICKSON, Manager. EATING. SKATING. ? / This Popular 'Winter Amusement is NOW IN FULL SAVING at the ALBERT HALL, GRANVILLE THE Galatea CO. having decided to close for the remainder of the season, Clubs aro hereby requested to consider their EN GAGEMENTS with said club CANCELLED. Dated 29th March, 1889. W. Whiteford, Hon. Sec. G.C.C. ? T)ARRAMATTA RIFLE RESERVE JL CORPS.— The usual PRACTICE takes place every SATURDAY AFi'ERNOON at the Company's Range, Wentworthville. Train leave Parramatta at 2 o'clock, and 2.20 Ammunition nn Range. Thos. Burnett, Cap - tain, J. W. Hill, Hon. Pen. ? T\/I' ASONIC HALL. PARRAMATTA. MONDAY EVENING, APUIL 1-5, 1S89. (Uy Special Request.) An evening with ROBERT EMMET, The Irish Patriot and Martyr of 1803, and his l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

A singular incident happened the other day in a Scottish town. The local branch of the Salvation Army were holding a meeting in the street, and at the conclusion of the 'captain's' ad dress, a constable walked up to him, collard him, and marched him off. A large and oxcited crowd followed the policeman and his prisoner, who -'^is taken not to the police-station, but ^to the 'barracks' of the Army. Tho place filled rapidly, a hyan was given out — and then it dawned upon tho wondering crowd that they had been sold. The arrest was a pious fraud, perpetrated for the purpose of persuad ing the unwary people to listen to a second sermon. A well-known general, in reviewing a regiment of calvary, suddenly stopped stopped before a splendid-looking soldier, and asked abruptly, 'Which is the best horse in the regiment?' 'No. 40, sir.' 'What makes you think he is the best horse ? ' ' He walks, trots, and gallops well, is in his prime.' ' And who is tho best soldier in the regiment ?' ' Tom Jone...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET AS SOCIATION. A meeting of tho Committee of tho Central Cumberland Cricket Association was held in Die School of Arts on Saturday evening, Mr. N. Kirby in the chair. Tlio time for drawiu' the stumps in cup contests was altered to S o'clock, but power was given to umpires to alter tho tmio it the light was faulty. Tho following eighteen players were selected for practice against Nowrn on tho Parramatta ground on Saturday :— Byrnes, Donuan, Spears, Kirby, W. Spunvay/W. Duffy. Mil ler, (Auburn) Barton, Egans, Nujrle, J. ' Cow el), Tliwiiito, Crisp, Shepherd, Wharf, Mnr shalend, Bennett, Turkingtcn and Catt. Players who cannot take part aro requested to notify the secretary without delay. The final selection will bo made on Saturday, April 13. Mr. Mills drew attention to tho remarks at tached to a letter contributed to tho Amius by Mr. W. Hayes, captain of the Auburn Cricket Club, but the committee pointed out that the matter had nothing whatever to do with th...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

COTTAGE to Let. 1 rooms, water laid on, \j etc.; 6s. Apply— AV. Martindale, Stationer and News Agent, Parramatta. (POOKING STOTES, Wards, Beacon Light' \J Mistress, Criterion. ? MURRAY BROS. DANCING.— Professor West intends, if sufficient inducement is offered, to open a Class for Dancing, Calisthenics, &c, at tio Town Hall, in the beginning of April. ? Pupils wishing to join the classxan apply for- Terms, MISS GRIFFITHS, Linden House, Macquarie-street. FURNISH throughout with MURRAY BROS. TCIOR SALE.— SUMMER FRUIT TREES Choice Kinds — Apricot, Peaohes, Plums and Apples, on Blight Proof Stocks. Apply H. HARRISON, ? Pennant Hills. MUJNJiil XU JjJiJNJJ, in Sums from £10 and upwards, at reasonable Interest, on approved security. Apply to — J. E. BOWDEN, Solicitor, Parramatta. iVTEAV DAA1S LEAVING MACHINES. _L^ Sole Agent for Parramatla and District. ? MURRAY BROS. ~]^~OTICE OF APPLICATION COLONIAL AVINE LICENSE. I, CHARLES BARRACLOUGH, of Pros pect Reservoir, do hereby givo not...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

Rookwood. UtE Eov. J. M. Bayloy proarf- e(j ;„ tho t ongi'cgiitiunnl Chuvcli of; Hook wood lust Sabbath evening, on, ' John Bright, and Lessons from his Lil'o.' J.1.U1U »«9 u goou eongrogafoar u, not withstanding the wet weather, ???.md the address soenvod the rapt atteaita. jn of an evidently sympathetic iiudienina . _ Tjik Jirst mooting of tin- fer ,rtli ses sion ui ul0 Hookwood Mutual J .mpvovo mont Association was held m ? tho Con gregational Schoolroom -«i Monday last. The llov. J. M. lioylfcy * as uniuliJ. inouslyru-cleeted president., an «1 various nominations were .imidn JW tho other offices, tho election to, tuku j ,lni.o m,xt nieoting. Tjlio j-iwenila a*« ,cintion at Jiook\vp,(.$, lias ulso bcgiiwi ? its fourth session, and will moot 'over ,- alternate r riday. Muru -vi'gwit is felt' and w iirossod at the dmthoftlu, wifu --f AI v. Thon.as Curlx.'tt, \yhtuli oo(.uiotvh1 c Hiring this weuk. AVitU'.spmid-.syii.jwtJ iy has been oxpivssu,d.\vith,tlia burvavtj

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Fruit Prices. FROM OUR OWN REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

Fruit Prices. [Fkom oub owx Rki'Oeteb] Sydney, Thursday. Apples ... ,, os to 10s. Piuo-Apples ,. ., Ssto 13s. per caso Bananas . . . . 3s to (is per bunch Oranges 2nd crap . . 10s to 15s per caso Peaches, , . .. -Is to 10s Lemons ., .. l'J.s to 20s Pears ,. .. 7s to 15s Plums . . . . Is to (is J euso Passion Fruit .. .. 10m to 18s. perenso Grapes . ? . ? 3d to 7d per lb. Mandarins ... .. 10s to 20s per caso. Very littlo local fruit to hand this week. Market well supplied with imported fruit.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

Sports and Games. CRICKET. I?oseliill v. Richmond.-— This match was played at Richmond on Siilurday, nud resulted in a win for Richmond. Richmond, who went to the wickets first, doiicd fill the bowlers' ef forts to shift their first two men (Coberoft 17 and ]?louktou !?'- who plnyert a good game) until after dinner when the score stood at onu wicket for 121. The remaining men did not bnfc like the first two and left the wickets with OS added, mnHng a total of V,V-. Roschill made n very poor stand, only making II, Sliophcrd playing best for lil, and Colley S. In their second innings they showed up bettor, losing .S wickets for I1.!:!. 'For Roschill, Shep herd bowled best getting 7 wickets for .3(1. For Richmond Cobcroft and Antill bowled best. Scores : — Richmond 1st innings. Cobcroft, b Shepherd .. .. l'i Flockton, run out .. . . 7.'- Devlin, run out .. ... (I Tienioj', e, b Colley . . . . 7 Tlilsham, b Shepherd.. .. 12 AVoodliill, b Shepherd . . » An*.ill, li'it out .. ..17 M. Ticr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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A Prophet of Terrible Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889

A Prophet of Terrible Times. Tub Eev. Mr. Baxter, editor of the ' Christian Herald, ' lias been trying- to terrify thepoople of Birmingham. In the Grand Theatre, in which he lectured on Sunday afternoon to a crowded audience of both sexes, the drop-sceno is stated to have been decorated with a painting of enormous winged dragon, 'with ten horns and many heads.' In the centre was another picture pourtraying 'the woe ot demon scorpion locusts stinging men for twice five months'; and ad joining this was a representation of ' the woe of two hundred million fire-breathing demon horse men slaying a third part of mankind ' ; while to the right appeared a picture showing the people of the earth wor shipping images with a scaffold in the background, on which Christians were being gullotioned. Besides these stirr ing symbols, ' horrible images of black horses spreading famine and desolation, and white horses mounted by skeletons ornamented other portions of the house. Nor did the discourse fa...

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