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OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE STAMPS ARE EXCHANGEABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE iSTAIdPS AlE SEXCHA1GEABLE. ._Aifarat . Kilmoroe ic," SBaiirat . TKyneton Beochiworth - , r Mta don r.,: - Belfast Maryboroough Castlemamne MelLjoufne Creswvick - Pleasant Creak .Donoly,;,.. Portland <a, Geelong ,:. :ri u .. .,i Sandhurst' i :r n~l 1Warnambool;; .:Heathctlco; to Williasostown, i i ,..,..:Inglewod.: t..

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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ROOT AND BRANCH WORK ! CURE, NOT MERE ALLEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

hOOT 'ANd BRANCH WORK! "" Co, O U ER. ALLEI-ca fO x. issmig had rightly it would seem, that the principle of disease isthe same'in all cases, the ce lebrated'HoutowAY, a man of profound scientific attainehnts, succeeded some twenty years ago in concocting two remedies adequate to the relief and cure of all its manifestations. Their popularity in this country is immense, and we question whether the distinguished inventor has a richer harvest field than Australasia within the world-wide circuit of his business operations. The Pills and Oint meht are household remedies wherever permainent dwellings exist, and few of the tents of the roving adventurers in pursuit fo wealth from the bowels of theearthare unfurnishedwith them. The singular adaptation of the Pills to all kinds of constitutions as well as all classes of disorders, is one of their most valuable properties. The Herculean miner takes them in the paroxysms of acute disease and finds immediate relief from their operation; and th...

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The Williamstown Cemetery. SCHEDULE A.—CHARGES. PUBLIC GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

'Rthe Williamstown Cemetery. : , . .ScIiTDiUL -.-CIIAtGES. i , : 4. at; f. "ýI :. PcLr0CRAYVES. i.-i t &i Iitermeit oI adultsinpoAlid grave..: £1 0 • ;.years'ofage 0.10 0 sD r etibborne hildren 0 t 0 PRIVATE ORAVES jalndor graves Sft byl 4ft." if so t 1,,:.' Ireatcd ?-·the Council, :' ?.: I'0 0 . zr:i iftselected by app icanti t L~it' .:2i0 :?0 -.::Sinkingmsame 7:feet :.?:?;ar .jis. :..:4Q-0i O 1 :,e* every ad ,i foot,. per. ' 'Chargefor'eachli i;-ntern'nt. ?~ .' O10 G !iCiharge:-for"oe-pe-iing a grave, iu - -:r, f ijl.cluding intermerit fee.?. " ~;, I?- (1 0 .9f 2 '.:it'.?"s;? ! P iLY.,VAUI-TS:) j :.:I PC!-l: L andfor vaults ?feet.lpngi :i i :: Intermentfee'oi .' ' .a-, -tlutii0 do:,* 1Note. 1er ns having pnirchazyedarivategrave ~-itndý}ris 1to extend ,it mwin dth-.wll o berequired :to'-iayas'iPnoug:originayllurcbasng- :a family. o.. : Ii?r;all, intermenti's thatittake;"Ilae ai : aco r . between 0, aaid,1O a.m.. ,an extra..1, ' o?r"'. ilinteirdrrnts aot oth. er time not ---...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 3rd September, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

W iHlitAow cn ct68 it4. Monday, 3rd S5elnber, 1860 Prsenti-A full uncU?il,~ ci ; Qfieriinates o6&i 12sevlouiimeey Sere. read and confirmed. .. I itters had been received as fllows 1. From the Hon. the Treasurer, in reply, stating that a.ffinal distribution of the grant in aid to municipalities would-be made about the end of Septembeiri; d equsting to be furnished with a return'of the amouint of rates collected m tlis district, from th e:l of May, 1859, to the 30th of April, 1860; 2. From Mr. Frewell the Treasurer to the Committee appointedfor rais i a fund in aid of the'widows -and orpi asi of,those -,'ho have fallen, or who may fall in 't.iiNeW Zealand war. .. . 'roi -r J. ' Stephens," requting to be informed by whi'seauthority a portion of his contract for the Council printi iqdbee sent to Melbourne. r' -[This letter'w 'recoived ai d .set aide for consideration after the ordiniay biisiries 'of the evening had been disposed o£] TItetters had(been addressed-. ~ -\ . I 1. To ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

B.O:O K-Si B? 0 . ?. - .NE CATALOGUE! } quantityejof imber, suitable bor building pur 4ises,. vhich they ere preparedto retail oin the inmo reasonaile'termis. An extensive asertmensat of T 'i .ible'to:the 'trade, constantly onhiand. Eight DDyanti 30 :Hour; Arne s ricPan -Clock sI-t1 tO yeas' .' '. MT. SF b 49, Nelson-place;, Williamstowni. ...PAI .of wStone House ;epplyNo: 38 clark.. S- . stre , Nprthb.Williamstown.,, 1 g". "?AFE1 of LIVErPOOL and? LONIO. 't meet - ; ~?? .. . , '"Losses immediately settlod iii the Colony:..': S.i "n-,--a -osa Co, Ant e s-elbour - ne. .gent atWilmlanistown, JK. czsn,; Stevdore ' _ .",. _ ~e ~ street. :; p J, .. if a . , Aiistralasian'Fire, Life & Marine : ...Insurance Company.: " _;::p.:r 'Hall; of Commerce, Melbbdn4ao, ..r, Dr xcrons. obert err, Esq.,. J.P. V..;-? : ice-Chairman: f.=. -.;-,i;:."i,. H. Tuckett, Esq., J.P. a:- -::T Josep~ Sutherland, Esq .^ I+e.s:?.:L-.':MontefioreEaq., J.P.+ -3s.-:,,'+ Edward Cohen, Esq., J.P. - ..James Spowe...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

A WISE COUNCILLOR.-It is our. fortune (whether good oir bad; we will- ot sly) occa-? sionially;while reportiig the Council's debates, to. be edified. by.some. rarespecimens of logical .wit, and- the one to which we-nowidraw pub lic attention will nodou`ib convince the rate payers of Wyilliamsto, wL that the igentleman whpln thieyjre:tjrinedat the head of the poll the election before last is a man possessed of no common iordeEof 'itellect. ' Last~I Md day evening while thg nebehrs-were-discussin" a bit of underiajalai wort: in connect'ion with the Council printing, Councillor Courtis. asked a very pliw.aiid proper?questiogn,-Whetlic the Council would be justified in dispensing with' the Town Clerks serviceshefore his time,h-ad rexpired, i ithement of aniothier persqn (mean-: inu a competent person, of course) offering.to jperfirml his~rdutiesfor- less IM opey e rIpoIp Iwliilh'tle gag?cilus ta'Z Rohe ?Cqeaked out the sei sible .reply thatthere was no parallel between-theAt?Wo cases, a...

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF PROCRASTINATOR. CHAPTER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

SAUTOBIOGRAPHY OF PROCRASTINATOR. . CHAPTER 3. Is there for honest poverty, That hangs his head and a' that 1 T'rhe coward-slave, we pass -him by, We dare be poor for a that. Before proceeding upon our voyage of life, aut apology is due to our friends and passen gers for the length of timecthat has elapsed since we were Last under weigh;, and when, like. many fair. and' plausible: candidates for parliamentary honours, we made all sorts of promises about keeping the straightforward course; ~c.,.yet ve hav'e beeii "'yawing" about, soinetimes naking "steinway," or "run -ning fioul".of the Scylla of the State, and then takiig abroad-sheer slap into the Charybdis of the Established Churchl' :Imfiost truthfully state that neitller. interrediuni tvas caused by that thief rwho steals :time,:but, in tihe first instance by the universal epidemic, ycleped influenza, whliich household name saved many poor;people from being frightened and victii 'ised by the alilic-lition of a learned Greek name...

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Tuesday, 4th September, 1860. (Before Lieut Crawford, P.M., and Thomas Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

" -'Tcesdii;,4tls Septenmer, 1800. (Before Liefii -Crwford PX [,and rTidmas a lsobn? Esq;.1 ) ".) Wi?liam Oi d Feil'd Wile-iaiPeter, seamen ielonging to the ship 'Champion of the Seis, and Ifenryg 'Caris,; pasisengr~ of 'boardt the sarois vcssel, were ?birouhlit before the Court on warrant, charged with embezzling the ship's r' Jiames ?tassey Outridge;sworn ?deposedr: I am master-of the ship Champion of the Seas, and two of the defendants are my articled sea men; on the 19tlih igsust in cnsequence of mifoqrnmaion received from my;third maite, my suspicions were aroused, and: sonithe .23rd August, Lc atiseda search to be made ;my of ficers and-I-went into the -forcastle, and-o searching we found twolpiairs of boots in the prisoner Peter's bunk ;-the boots produced are those that were: ftond-in;his bnk; and corres posts with 'the =freight on board,; they, ere stowed: wagy under his bunk, inise arcmhin" tnCe cheat o? b.oy named Ca?rns, i soa found theknia5'produced; 0Neel's clothes wer...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

Ag urt. l-Qe-e,'i [.,,IndiaV hip,,Slw, from Liverpool 19th May; Saldanah, ship, Dawson, from S Liverpoo023rd May; onga. R.onga. str., WYalker, from sy4ney; Montezuma;, chr., M'Intyre, from -Three Hut .Point; Freak; sachr., Downing, from N'ewcastle';' C." FP lessing,' brig, Lossing,' from S.ewcastle ;.. .Juverna,. barque, -May,- from-New-. Gcistle. ,. . el tember 1-- ?n1aniproilof the Seas. ship, Out ridge, from Liverpool ;th .June ; Aic Counce, shiij, SSFnger from' Greenock 4th Mlay ; Flying Cloud .chr Williams, fromn Piort Frederick; Prince Al bert, Ser., Spence, from Port Albert; Pirate, str:; Robertson, from Otago; Queen, str., Luca.s from .Portland. .: S"epteniber 2- Yirrmaschr., Finlayson, from New castle ; Almatia, barque, from San Francisco 14th Scptembe:.3-" it September 4-angatira, str., Moodie, from S.d nes; ;ihDedlin, harque. - from' 'Alellitn g Sn ramar, schr.ý frm' Hobart Town"; Ruby, str., from Gol " a; ,?immie Dike, scher., from Crular Head.; Sfrtha; ichrt, from Nelso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

-:.: :Wiiamstown :Volunteer 'Rifle,, S Company. :, M EMBERS will please take notice, that on and S after this date the Drills of this Company will. be' held as follows : - A" tlonsireos Meondaysand Thisrdiays,'at 6o'clock. EVEINS -GiTuesdays; :Wednesdays and Thurs days; ,t 8 o'clock .: « M esbees to falln.U at the Stockade. ' SByrder of the Committee::, c ..,, ,,.,. ., :r .,: ."~ ·'HItUGH. R: REID, 'secrea .,l;. tion,/by the Adjutaht? the Regiment: and: to sign the Roll. - ..:. i ,.By Order . FREDK. W. BULL," Second-Lieutenant, and Quarter-Master, - Willias?town Division .. W lliamnstoyn, September .. : 3rd, 1860. I , r .WILLIAMSTOWN S-,,CHANIC, INSTITUTE. S i.;lHE Committee have the hEnai to sa unce thEM?it .. ? Lecture vill be delivered in? the Hall of the . i, stute on o. . .? ,. ....r ' SM THURSDE ES E.'INGSETIT TE EDWARD HAYES ESQR, S:T: a sHtBLtn POETRY OF 1RELAND.. T::' iLeture, ill be suitabl ly ilstratci b the singing of some of the oldest Irish melodies as w Sas those of m...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 8th, 1860. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

TIVILLAMSTOWiN; saturday, Sept. 8th, 1860. *vTHE 'LAND BILL' WE Ihaveiati length a prospect of early set tleihibiitdf theiiilifeu E vexedla' It oM Mr. *Nicholson Havtig gouneback to-his place, with 1al his old colleagues, 'save Messrs. Service and Franeis n attempt w'Ts imniediately commnei)ced to goP onviththet lan?jgislation, re-co mxie icing rit'-a pomntanteriorto the ut terance of the now,f1niamous threat, and sr far t'he atept has ,b.een ,very successful.? The twob Houses appointed echits Comnmittee to confer, and: enileavour to arrange the .ternis of a compromise'andlthosei on coming fae to matter indispnte havin brouight our read erato which ipoint,it now becomes necessar y to glancebriefiy at the 'diffcultieswhich have so long'impededtthe couirse £legilation, a~d at one time threatened to produce an open iptiie'betweeni the itwo ranhes our Le gislature. : . l 1_ - . issue upon 'the::following ?pois, andiin the manner which we now proceed ti dedribe - Thelatter.body enacted c...

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THE NATIVE CONFEFENCE. (New Zealender, August 15.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

"rr:. rTJ??IE :,IATLI.E COV'PEFEN EJ. (.New Zealender, August 15.) The assembly of the Natie Chiefs at Kohima xamcnwas plosed in Satiirdaylist by his Excellency th,Governor, tith thie f .llowig speech, (a M?an trai?isp tos ofwhlichl 'as afterwardsread to the. eiine - ;by "'d M' Lean thelitative Scretary). y[ei.pds. Chiefs of s wLw Z?alaud, S".At tis Confrenice, .Chiefs from all pirts of ewZalnde hiave, for the rst tinie, inettogether You hvye -eceivedr froni me renewed assurance of Hleir Tajety's regnrd for jodur' welfare, and you havei heard the guarantees given in'. th Treaty of. Waitirngi relpetedeon Mfer'MLjesty's h'a1W:i' Various' matters upon which you -ere imper-. fectly'orincorrectly iufoirmad, hvebeeexplained to you. , ' 'ouraitentiutohs sheen dirted ti theienecessity of some better provision for the- administration of justice in native 'districts, and 'a code- of rules pro?. pared by Dr lartinf(thelate Chief Justice of New Zealand) has been submitted to you. You have been-...

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SYDNEY, Monday, 10 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

, - .-.- : :-. EY,', Blonday,-:lO.A&.. ,The intelligence from New Plymouth to the 11th Auust, ria Nelson, isconfirmatory of the telegram ',The'position bi General Pratt is most rainful for" him and the csitA tate of iiatters in-Taranaki ;is dsraceful to. thu6 li'xgh'piacesi -As you are li a'ware, Geil Pratt arrived at .Taraika on the 3rd of Au.gst"."Oith the Sth (iC's the'.Ve/-? soe ExA'muiner)U(eicei~ Pratt reached the-scene of action witl?- riihnfoilfifeiit of between 600 and 700 meri?it is:said tlit'he.has ibliclyexpressed his opinion that Colonel Gold, with.the instructions h`6a;liecciva&e fronm.the Goemrnor, could not have actc'dotherwise .tha :h has 'done; and further, that unless he himself las carte bkinche to carry on operations as he thinks fij'ho will at once return to Melbourne. :- .. - fn the 15th, the Ecnminer announces, General Pratt left New Plymouth to inspect the camp at Waitara, and the steamer Victoria was waiting to receive and con?dey him to Auc...

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COTTON ESTATES IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

COTTOV ESTATES IPT QUEEKhSLA; .D. The Sydney looraiing Ifered says that."privatm advices by the late mail state that the movemeut in.- 3Lanchester for establishing: ntton ucstate :'it Queensland is being vigorously taken up. It ali: ipears -that the-promiotesof: the. e??pany propose th-tlheircotton estitatsshoundlicw e d byChinesd or coolie iabour--a prop?al al'which is neotlilely to find mich fatvoior in the niewceloif?n; Stidi~i~gbjc tinois usreurged in-the Brisbane journals against the importation of AsiaticlabiL$ur for the cultivation of cotton, uiitil it hai be~i ?Foverd by experience that tlie:imlnstry cannot ,be conducted by-Europeans.; Thefolloiangletteroi 'Cotton CultnreinaAstralia,', which appeared i iit lib Jfdu'coyte ~ aincerr and fsTies'.of . May 80, is written by a gentleman who has taken a warm interest in the above move-i menit:"- "Sir, Y-Your correspondent, a 'ManchesterMan int Jamaica,' -properly says thenaegro of::thaitislisnd is a lazy fellow, who, when 'he works...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

We (Argus) believe we are correct in stat ing that the Government Ihasobtained the opinions of the leading legal authorities in the city,. as.to the extent to 'whlch'Mr." Wilson Gray, anitd other promoters of the late riot are' concerned,' in:its coni sequences, which oepinionis are, as might be sui-p posed, conclisirde as to their being a clear case' aaiinst thliese persons. But it has been determined not to take any further steps in the niatte'r, both that the m~emory of this unpleasant affair may not be prolonged, and that undue importanced may' nt be given to those who' have been already'sufi ciently punished, in the universalacornand disgust of their fellowcitizens. - TLie Crois in the Miners Rest eadn Lake Learmonth Districts are looking exceedingly.well, especially wheat. In low-lying grom~d, howevei,' the frost has injured oats,' which appear rather. brown. The oats that were sown -early anik late seem especially to be:injqred,.: Those ow, in tlie intermediate period are .de...

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Friday, 7th September, 1860. (Before Lieut Crawford, P.M., and Charles Ferguson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

Friday, 7th Septemier,8GO i (Before Licut.?Crawford(P.t,;Tand-Chairles S Ferguson, TEsC.,) :P.)- )* L** UlT.-ing, a Chinaman, was charged ithf hawking goods ivithout ~ir iicnceT T1ED r~The lrisoner was admonished to leave; the Wc iinm -Collins, seamani-ywas broglit up on warrant,charged with assaulting'thempster of the brig Mary Grant.,L- j,- , j;s; The offence having been proved, The Bench sentenced prisoner to two months'.h.ard ;labo.r-;::, .„.... ,: ,:':: ; Mary Ann :Jadmhn, and Wlliam : amion, chargedwith -lbeing'drnnk' 6oi the'irevious diy, were admonished aid dischargdit Jein"'their first offeicc. -, p; ; .: ,".. ,iri : : SMALL DEBTS. - ECISIO.h ~ .'.-', Bow . ,Burke; dismissed.. Power. .:Kne vitt ; order for amount:claimed--. £2, a'nd costs of court, fortHwittli;Wailledrf" .Walsii?t- I pearance.--sBurke i».ilyax.- iorne' ll The sitting of, the' Quarterly' Licensing Bench was further postponed till . Tuesda next. .

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Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 September 1860

Post-office Money Orders':. RErnLrPrr S PORx THR I&StrE AND PivasxnME or Posr-orFICE Mfoxna Oon m:s. His Excellency the Governor, with tlir'advice of the Executive Councl, has been pleased to direct the publication of the following Regulations 'fo the issue and payment of Post Offce Money Orders in the Co lony of Victoria ; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, Post Office Money Orders may be obtained, and be 'made pay able at the undermenioned places on and after.;he 12thJuly, 1858. : .. 1. Places and timeof issue, and payasenL-morney orders may be obtained and made payable at the following places, viz :- - - ' - The Post Offeie t Melbourne. ! -., Geelong.: Do. - Dailarat. lo., Sandhurst:u Do. Beechworth Do. , ilmore. Do. - aryberough, Do, Ararat.' Do. -' - Pleasant C .reek, Do. Williassmtownu Do... Portland.... ............Do. -...a. rramoeaL. between the hours of Teen a.m. and Three p u-, sm" days excepted. .. '2. Limit of amount, a...

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Original Correspondence. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

.' r *Q9igilnla QIorT'sLi}i4CeLtnc. ",, :::VICTOCjilAN RAILWAYS. i['I the Editor of the '%rrLsu -sroiv RnaOicl ?.) IR, TtIS is nell establiibed fact that Government.employoes are paid in ilverse i-aio of .the shre of work they have to :per "form ; nd if conrroboriteil liroof were wanting to establish'the axiom, I may ponit to the cir .cumstance of ille interreri?nl of some' moniths -since the dismli.n l (I ask his prildoln) tlie re= sigqnaotlon of the late secretary'to Victorian TRhilwas (Mr. War d), 'as during this period `the dutils 'have 'been 'performed by the chief clerk. Mr. Hewitt, and thus a saving effected? f.:: 1100 per .nnumfto the revenue, and prove incontestibly'tllittbe ippointm entwhas a mere :siniecure. Now, Mr. Edltor, I wish you would. "pity the sorrows" -of the overworkedmid underpaidd : oicials Uipon the WilliamSIt;t'branch of tihe Victofavn Railways, and.-suggest the justice and e pel'iency of iilotting the thousand pounds saved as a' omrinetis~tion tio tiiin fo...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

ENG?LISKEEXTRACrPT . . . Dobbs, on being, asked, ifhe had ever seen the Bridge of Sighs, replied, "Yes 1I have been travelling on it ever since I.was married" ._ .. N Hore Tonke being asked by George III whether he played. at cards, replied, "LNo your Majesty ;the facis, 1 connot te l a king from a knave.? The editor of an iAmerican paper says he never saw lbut one ghost,.and that .was the ghost of a siiner'who died without paying for his' papers. 'Twas terrible to look pon .. A. sliheet of tissutie per hiis been exhibitin?u at Golton, Devonshire' - It'measures in length'four mile?, ;antl its brea~ilh 6 feet- 3 inches. The weight ofit:is but 196 lbs. It was manufactured in 12.hburs... . : ?:: . .A correspondent tells of a lazy .genus up his way wioe bel asked as he l-.y susning himself on t?eeass;'e i hat Was the height of his ambition; replied? To marryarich widow, that'sgout a dough." Cute chap that. . :--:.: :The Corporation. of Liverpool have forty three surveyors, twenty-five ....

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THE QUEEN'S REPLY. Buckingham Palace, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

THI QU.EE'S IE?PLY :' ckingham P?Ltcc, June 22. " My gooi Fiiend'II have beun much gratified at the feelings which-prompted you to write to me, inviting the Prince of Wa:es-to come to Washing tori. lie intends td?return from Can:da through the United States and it will give him great plea sure to have an opportunity-.of testifying to you in person that these feelings are fully reciprocated by him .le will thuse heable lt the same time to mark the respe t lv~thih h'e ntertaiii-ufdr the chief mogistrate of fa gae a; frien.ly state and kin dred'natloti.'. -,The Prince of Wales willdrop all royal -sate on leavin. my ilominions, and travel under the name of Lonnl Reufreir,'as lie has d·one when tia velling on :the :continent of Erope.' - "iThe Prince t' onbsot wishes to hboekindly 're momlered to you. . " " ". " ?" : remain ever yourguod friend,' CVTironA IL"

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