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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLIC LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

• ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.1. • v I • • ! PUBLIC LAND SALE. :.tTpset price from £1 to £2 10s.,.per,"acre.| Lots 2 to 11, 15 to 18, nnd'21 to 25 at | i £2 10s., 12 to 14- a.t £2? and 19 and ■ 20 at £1 per acre. : - .-The ■following1 is the result of the sale of land -which took place • on Monday last, at; the Police Court, Alberton, by Mr. E. T. Newton, Government Auctioneer.; :: ! TOWN LOTS. : Brutiien.—One allotment of 3 roods at upset of £25 per acre, to Hugh Buntine at upset price. . • ■Tbe improvements - on this • lot were valued at £S00.; ; . Alberton.—-The whole of the town ;al-: lotments, twenty in number, found no purchaser. - ■'■-.• ! | SUBUTU3AN LOTS. ' Giffard.—The; only allotment '.adverti-; sed for - sale; was: notified - as :' being', <■ withdrawn. : . • ■. ■.■ i Almeiiton.—Lots 2 and 3, no offer. ; .. Lots ;4 and 5 withdrawn forpublic purposes. ' 1 Lots 0, 7,'and;S, no, offer. , ; - Lot 9. 11a. 30p., • Elizabeth Pedlar; ■ • .Martin afrupset price, £2 10s. per a...

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THE ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

THE ELECTIONS. . MELBOURNE. , On Thursday,'7th'ihstant, the nomination of candidates for: the representation of the, city ofMelbourne in the Legislative 'As sembly took place in iront of the Town Hall.' It is reported; that from.' two,.to -three; thousand persons were present at the pro ceeding's, which wore characterised bjr the usual cheering', hooting', and groaning',• but: the speakers in;, turn obtained a tolerably fair hearing*. In addition to .Messrs;; Michie and iMoore, the Government candidates/'it was publicly: stated that Messrs. Greeves arid -Doni would be put in nomination ; but'shortly before; the hour, appointed,. Dr. Greeves. retracted-: bis promise, and -Messrs.' Michie, Moore/ Don, and Cohen 'were :put in nomination. ■A. show of hands being" called for,: it'was' announced to be in favor of Messrs. Michie •ind Don, and Mr. Moore demanded a poll, 'Mr. Cohen not vhaving* been present when called on to address the electors. The following* morning' Mr. Cohen an nounced ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Railway Department.—The Argus of i Tuesday, 19th - .inst.,v.,says ..that rMiv Richard Woollb}', the Secretary- of the 'Railway Department)-'who 'was -recently suspendechiintil an investigation-: had: been made,< intocertain;charges -which .were made against him,was yesterday reinstated his office'.' DnowNEir iN Hobson's' BayI—1The body • of - James Lester, ' steward of the Damcl Webster, was lately, found-floating in Hobson's Bay. He was a man of in temperate habits, and there "were no marks of violence on the body. Tiie Permanent Way.—On Wed nesday His Excellency1 Sir IT. 'Barkly, K.C.B., honored Mr. CairiiSj;witli. a pri viito,inspection ol'tlie length- of" De Bci>, gne's' Permanent Way" laid down on the St. Kilda Railway.' ' His Excellency-was pleased to express himself hig-Mv gratified ■with the simplicity of the plan, as well as with the rapidity with, which ' the lengths werelaiddown, and complimented Mr. Cairns on his bringing out the ^p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

EMransesaaBK Commissioner of Crown Lands Office, ; • Sale, 30th April, 1857. ~|"N pursuance of the Assessment Act, I; hereby give notice that the undermentioned persons, being holders of Stock within the . District, of . Gipps,Land, are required-to pay at the Office of the Treasurer, Melbourne, before the 31st May; 1857, Assessment on such (Stock, ;in; accordance with the-sums published in connection with .their respective names. V * ' • ' • ' • nC;j.TYERS, >v Commissioner of Crown Lands. GIPPS LAND DISTRICT. V * Name of .Licensee. Alexander, Robt. Aitken, 'John , .. . , Bayliss,tE.-W. v, ,.. ' Buntine, Hugh. ,, s s ... '• Buckley, P. 0. . , .. Butler, Tlios. Buchanan, J..I(-,. , Brown and Ilillier Beilby, J. W , Bolden, L. .. Cunning-ham, R. • .. Connor and jMuIcahy Connor and Mulcahy Campbell and Co.. ' ■ .. Campbell and Co. ' .. Collins, Jno. Crooke, Edwd. - Crooke, Edwd. Crooke, Edwd. : Campbell, D. - Campbell, Jno. ... Campbell, D. Davis, Jas. .. -.. • Farley, Win. Foster, J...

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VESSELS IN CORNER INLET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

VF.SSTCLS IN COBNBli- INLET., We have been favored by the Tide-Sur veyor at this port with the following'list of vessels boarded by him in Corner Inlet on* t.lie 10th instant. ■■ wear wr.LSiirooL.' w.i ■. •,^ Swan, cutter, 3G tons, for Melbourne,: with oysters. . . I'y THE'INLET, FOR FRANKLYN RIVER, Ann, schooner, 98 tons, Wilkinson, from Melbourne, for sleepers for Melbourne and (iaelong- liailway. 1 ' AT FliANKXYiY RIVER, OUTSIDE TIII3' JJAR. Fergus, brig', 166 tons, Melbourne, for. Melbourne, for ditto. Espcranaa, brig, 141 "tons, Small, from .Melbourne 5th May, for sleepers. Margaret OhesselI, schooner,. 71 tons, Wright, from Melbourne 13th May, for do; Sophia, schooner, 42 tons, Simpson, from Melbourne 30th April, for do. Peveril, cutter, 71 tons, Roberts, for. Melbourne, with sleepers. LIGHTERING IN THE HIVE It. Flying' Cloud, fore and aft schooner, 46, ms, Watts, from Melbourne. The' Margaret Russell, from Melbourne, •ns daily expected. The following' vessels have arrived at ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

SHIPPING. INTELLIGENCE. ATJUTVTCD (port ALBEIIT.) Stoi,m-;;'Bii,d,.-.p.A.s.N. Co.' fteamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserflj from Mel bourne ,* ; .passengers — cabin ;y . Messrs LePlastrere and,J..W. Kelsall. Steerage, 4 Ch~EAIIJ3D OUT. ■May 10.—Storm Bird, steamer, 75 tons, J. B . Sydserff, for Melbourne. . IMPOllTS. May 20.—-Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 20 cases Geneva, 10 hhds. brandy,: and sundry free goods. > EXPOTITS. May 16.—Storm, Bird, for Melbourne; 119 ounces-gold, and sundry free goods: SAIU2D. May, 15.—Dobsons, for Launcestori. . May 16.—Storm Bird/ for Melbourne.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 May 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held, at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, Saturday 16th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Turn bull, Howden, McKenzie, and Flynn.   Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Proposed by Mr. Flynn, pursuant to no tice standing in his name, that an approach to the proposed new bridge over the Tarra Rivulet be constructed. Seconded by   Mr. McKenzie.   Carried. Resolved that tenders be invited for   constructing a bridge over the Tarra Rivu let, also that tenders be invited for con structing an approach to the intended new bridge, according to plans and specifica tions. All tenders to be sent in on or be fore 2 o'clock on Saturday the 6th June. The petition presented by Mr. Flynn, adjourned for discussion to the next mee ting, the Road Engineer not.having sent in his report upon the same. ResoIved that the Road Engineer's at tention be called to the manner in which the Contractors are clearing t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

JOB PRINTING. Every Description of Letter Press Printing inci.ud; no POSTERS, HAWD-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, SC., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST-REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE (&>f NOTICE. npHE undermentioned parties have been appointed Agents-for the Gipps Land Guardian, and are ' authorised ' to receive Subscriptions for this Paper:—. ALBERTON—Mb. Stead. MELBOURNE—Gordon, Gotcii, and Co., 99, Collins-street-west. TARRAVILLE—Mr. Burn, Royal Hotel. . V ; TO ADVERTISERS.., ADVERT1SEMENTS not exceeding .10 words will.be charged Is.' ' 10 words and under. 20 - - : - 2s. 20 „ ■ ... „ , . SO - - - 2s,6d. 30 „ • „ 40 - - - - 3s. Gd. Advertisements exceedinp40 words will be charged as follows:— r: 1 inch - - - - . - '4s. 6d. 2 ,, - . - -: , :, - . i - 8s. 3 „ - - - - - - - 10s. Gd. And 2s. wil. be charged for every additional jns^h for each insertion. 1 A discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on ad vertisements inserted for three months, and 25...

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A GOOD DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

A GOOD DOG STORY. ' Tlie American Lawrence Sen tinel tells a dog story, and it is so decidedly good that we cannot refrain from, giving it a place in our columns, although it may be a month or two out of season. Thus it goes —" The past winter afforded the boys and girls fine sport in sliding, or coasting, as the hills in the outskirts of t he city can testify. But it has not been confined to them, or to children of a larger growth. Some time since, when the snow was covered with a smooth icy crust, a gentleman upon Pros pect Hill, looking out of his win dow one morning, saw a little dog seated on his haunches sli ding down the steep bank before his house. He supposed the dog had slipped, and was compelled, as many of his betters of the hu man race, old and young, have this winter, to illustrate some of the laws of motion upon an in clined plane. But the dog as soon as he reached the bottom of the bank, ran up again in full life to the top; and. assuming the same position again slid...

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THE FLIGHT OF BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

THE PLIGHT OF BIRDS. The nephew of Dr. Jenner, when on board a vessel going in a direct course for Newfound land, and more than one hundred leagues from any land, saw a brown owl gliding over the ocean with as much apparent ease as when seeking for a mouse oyer its own native fields. The late W. Thompson, of Belfast, in his Natural History of Ireland, re cords, vol. i., p.. 102, from the log book kept on board the John and Robert, of 500 tons, Captain M'Kechhie, from Quebec to the port of Belfast, that from thirty .to forty snowy owls, on. the 15th November, 1838, were seen when the vessel was two hundred and fifty miles from the straits of BelLeisle. Several followed the ship ; from fifty to sixty were seen on the 18th, some alighting on the rigging and yards; three were caught and taken to Belfast alive. The last of these seen at sea was on the 20th November, the vessel then near seven hun dred miles from Belleisle, and sailing along in latitude 54s de grees, or nearly so. The Rev...

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SALE OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN FROM MAY 14TH, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

Sale of Stock at I-Tobart. Town FHOM may 14th, 1857. I4tli, 21 bullocks, ox Fair Tasmania!!, ,•£12 5s. to £13 7s. Gil.; average £12 : 15s. ' 15th,! 12bullocks, ex FairTashiaiiiavi, £12 7s. 6d. to £14 15s;; average £L3 Gs. 8(1. .32 bullocks, ex Macqnarie, £11 • 17s; 6il. tiv £13 I5s.; average £12 19s. Gd. 243 wethers, ex Macquario, 16s. 3d. to lGs. 7d. 221 wethers, ex Fair Tasnianian, lGs, 3d. 16th, fil bullocks, ex Eclipse, £13 to £15 15s.; average £14 2s. 5d. 19th, 47 cows, ex Mary Amie, £7 5s. to £11 12s. 6d.; average £10 lis. 7d. 252 ewes, ex Mary Anno, 18s. (3d. to 19s. ' 21st, 40 cows, ex I-I. S. Page, £10 2s. Gd. to £12 2s. 6d.; average £11 0s. 7d. 1 bullock, ex H. S. Page, £.16 2s. 6d. 25 bullocks, ex Mariposa, £12 7s. 6d. to £13 17s. Gd. ; average £13 8s. . 22iul, 36 cows, ox H. S. Page, £8 5s. to £13 5s.; average £12 is. lOd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

Q ALE.t—Impounded at; Sale, 16th May V 1857, , by L. Bolden, Esq., of . Stratford. . I' lig-ht' chesnut mare, J off shoulner, ^ n;near • shoulder, star ■ in forehead, lame near -fore leg1,. 1 ilig-ht bay, colt, progeny of. the^ above, no . brand, star in forehead, off-hind lieel ' white, short switch • ' 1 black filly, S near shoulder,1 Senear, sad dle, 'Star on • forehead, near.. hind fetlock white > ■ ; ; \ ' If not' claimed and expenses, paid/ to ' be sold on 47th'June,'1857. • ' 1 ' , ' -;T< -ETTERS detained for postage at' tlio; ' Post JLj ;.Office, Tort-Albert. s'fH'jfi ; t.'.: ' SpiiVr, Mr. Thomas, Port Albert, 3d. . I Watson,'.Mr.'Tliomas.'Sandridgej ^di '•' ' J. 'FERRIS, Postmaster. ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, 1 ,£,■ rnilE Port Albert; Steam Navigation Company'sfine new screw : steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserfly Commander, will sail from tlie Company's Wharf foivabove Port this .afternoon: at 3 o'clock. > a i Fakes—Cabin £5—Steerage £2'5s. Freight ...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 29th May, 1857. OUR GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

<£>ipps Stanly Friday, 29i/t May, 1857 OUR GOLD FIELDS. The g'old fields of the Colony have natn'-i rail}'' •<lnc^ l^'opei'ly occupied a large shave; of public Mention, and of the attention of the Leg'iahwul'e; 'luring- the last five years; and yet, in mfvny respects, tliey continue in a very imsaii.sftlct°1'y state, at the present time, after all tliat lias been said and written and enacted in refe rence to their proper management. Mi ning on private property continues an " open question," and the only attempts to settle it have been made by the miners on one side and the proprietors on the other engaging in illegal and unseemly hostili ties, one party as aggressors, the other as repellents. Indeed the gold-fields , gene rally have not received that prompt atten tion from the Government which their ac knowledged importance demanded, and which ought to have been accorded. Among others that have been so neglec ted,! are those existing in our own district. ■Th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Shareholders of the Port Albert Steam Navigation Company. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. To the <Shareholders of the ; Port A Ibert Steam .Navigation Company. ■ •Gentlemen,—Mr. Fart, in order, I presume, to shew what an admirable direc tor lie would make, has addressed to you a veiy foolish letter, m which lie imputes motives to myself and others in withdrawing from your company, which have no existence beyond his own imagination. I sold my shares because I disapproved of the present system of management, and cannot well afford the time required for.'a proper dis charge ofthe duties of a director. • I shall be happy to explain to any. share holder my reasons for supporting1, at the present juncture'of yoiir affairs, a proposal I• formerly resisted/'for winding, up the company and transferring the"business to private hands. ' I am, Gentlemen, ;'' .. Your obedient servant, ■: : - G. D. HEpLEY. To the Shareholders of the Port,,Albert Steam Navigation Company: [Per favor of the Oipps Lcin'cl,Guardian."] . Gentlemen,—As one long interested in'the p...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne and Gipps Land Road. —-We have much pleasure in informing our readers that the tender of Messrs. Ree's and Jones, of Melbourne, has been accepted, for clearing- and improving the road through the Fern-tree Gullies. " Immigrants, for Gipps Land.—We understand, that intelligence was received by the' last; mail 'from England that one hundred individuals, specially engaged by the Commissioners of Emigration to pro ceed to this, district, had sailed, and might be looked for daily, as they have been at sea about 100 days. At the same time advices were also received that one hun dred more either had been engaged, or were being engaged to proceed to the same destination on arriving at Port Phillip Heads. In this intelligence we recognise the effect of the instructions sent home by Mr. Childers, to which we had occasion to refer at the time the despatch was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly. • Errata.—Those portions of land, namely lots ,13,.14, and-...

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HOOD'S GEOLOGICAL INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

HOOD'S GEOLOGICAL ■ B INQUIRIES. " Look at these tracks on this slab • of.; sandstone. < They look as if some human antediluvian, suf fering from an accumulation of gouty . fingers,, gatherings, and whitlows, had fallen on his face upon; the sand, and left the im-, pression of his swollen hands in it. But no; Professor. Owen will tell you that they are "Ichnolites —the footprints of a gigantic rep-; tile of littoral habits, belonging to the Batracliian (orfrog) order;" though, between you and me they are the marks of the well known Holey Poley, who went a wooing probably long * before there was any Adam to have any Eve to woo ! In the fossil island at Sydenham may be seen his effigy—the terror of all juveniles who, wandering from their par-, ties, come by chance to the water side, and do not recognise in the huge creature before them; their old friend of Gammon and Spi nach celebrity! Professor Owen will talk to you, too, about the Dinornis and Palaeomys., Why, bless vou,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. 'Charlie Napier Hotel. Wholesale Agent, Mr. Robinson, chemist. IIeatiicotk—Mr. Crowle, builder and • storekeeper, opposite ITeathcote Hotel. Castlematne—Messrs Glass and Co., * druggists, Market-square. ■ Mount Blackwood—Messrs T. C. Ber • nard and Co., Apothecaries' Hall, Red. ' i' Hill; Messrs Stephens and Co., Rich ; mond store, Red Iiill Flat. Fiery Greek—Mr. Page, Page's Dis 1 'perisary, next the Goodwoman Hotel; - branch establishment, near the Bank of ' Victoria; Avoca. ' ' Beeoiiwoutii— Mr. Hazleton, Watch Maker, Ford-street. Geeloncj;—Mr. T. T. Thomas, druggist; - Market-square. , 1" , Creswick Creek—Mr. Edward' Rand, chemist, &c., Albert-street; and at Daisy " Hill.' Alma—Messrs Harris and Shaw, grocers and drapers, Springs. Asiiby, and, Steiglitz'.—Mr. Mathews, Wholesale Agent, opposite iSt. Paul's Church. Sandhurst—Mr. Nelson Jones, chemist, . &c.,rPall;Mall and Market-square. Forest -Creek—Messrs Williams Bro thers and, Jones, South Wales...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. ASSEMBLY, 26TH MAY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA. ASSEMBLY, 26th May, 1857. The Assembly met to-day, pursuant to adjournment, the Speaker in the chair. The different members who had been elected during the recess handed in their qualifications, and took the oaths and their seats. His Excellency the Governor's reply to the address of condolence on the death of Lady Barkly was presented. After than king the Assembly for their sympathy with liiin in his bereavement, His Excel lency adds—" It is my anxious desire so to conduct myself whilst administering the government of this province as to ensure the continuance of the sympathy of its in habitants in whatever trials God in His wisdom may have in store for me." After the preliminary business had been disposed of, Mr. McCuIloch stated the circumstances connected with the forma tion of the Ministry, and Mr. Haines indi cated the course government intended to pursue, and the measures it was proposed to introduce, and hoped both sides of the House would unite in ex...

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CENSUS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

CENSUS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. . 'For the following' valuable particulars/ relative to the census of New South "Wales, we are indebted to the Border Post :---r - The census return taken on the 1st March, 1856, which has just been : issued from the,press, Js a most interesting and elaborate document. The various tables have been- compiled in a most able manner, and the report is far more completo and serviceable than;any previous one.'> ■ "It appears that ,the total population of New South-Wales, on the date mentioned, was '266,'189,' and of" this number 113,114 were native-born; being, at the rate of 42-5 Australians in every 200 persons. During' the last "five years, 78,046 persons have , beerii added to the population of the colony, and, it , is estimated that a; further-number of ,30,000. have crossed the Murray boun dary (in route for Victoria during, the same interval: ;- ' Supposing the present rate ./'of increase , to< be. maintained;;:the pojiMlation wilFdouble its...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

Commissioner of Crown Lands Office, - • Sale, 30th April, 1857. ■ TN- pursuance of the Assessment Act, I hereby give notice that the undermentioned persons, being holders of Stock within the -1- District of Gipps.Land, are required to pay at,the Office of the Treasurer, Melbourne, before the 31st May, 1857, Assessment on such Stock, in accordance with the sums published in connection with their respective names. , . C. J. TYERS, Commissioner of Crown Lands. GIPPS LAND DISTRICT. Name of: Licensee. Alexander, Robt. Aitken, John . • .. .' Bayliss, E. W. Buntine, Hugh Buckley, P., C. , Butler, Thos. Buchanan, J. Brown;and Hillier Beilby, J. W. - ... B olden, L. .. , Cunningham, R. • ; .. Connor and Mulcahy Connor and Mulcaliy , Campbell and Co. : Campbell and Co. . Collins, Jno... --v. Crooke, Edwd.. Crooke, Edwd. . .. Crooke, Edwd; • / Campbell, D. Campbell, ,Jno.v . - Campbell, D. • Davis, Jas. . . Farley, Wm. Poster, John Poster, John : .. Poster, John. . . Poster, John ' ■ Poster, J...

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