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VARIETIES. TESTIMONIALS TO WIVES. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

VARIETIES. J' TESTIMONIALS-TO WIVES. "f m , i ,fFrom'Pmch,J , ,, »*' ' v pP W>are too selfish»-too money huntjng\wearp told -to lay tíut cash upon red coats and pipe .clay t to cast cannon; build batteries, launch ships, and do fittyiother things, necessary for tlie projteption pt .longland against »the French. NP;< when T¿P¡nviÍle*;sleepíyr>í Bí^k^gjii^^a^*^fli»4íüíi ?DMkeo&Weílipg^ Be/^/^rfe(for,St^:Hnlena,ap^'m«»d,caplirJ3o£. ¿l£hgw,«&ft^^ fknow whailibertyij ia worüi ^ then..w^thall «ateurir 'laráitte'.yalúe^ i Név^^l^^l^^^ '. ítÍMitíOurí soulS; have not yet-sunk,-so.deep in óur;. iviVtues wheöpre^ ^Mitfrisíí'íifa^ '^Mmóhiali^ 'ctókVop^irií^*ar^a^i11^ . fpftlv^ > Thè'iristit^'tipniïsVr^Vyet.^^ > 'Oúr/reports/ibf i itö . pi;oceedings¿¿(theyiftool¿;jplácff¡ yesíerdáy* ¡npresence of, a. vast audience) ¿ííts ob?, jectsíwíll -becomér as^publi¿^asH^p^4r.c^iBÍrhpw lédged .to be iaudablci ^¡riü-q'.,^ ^xm^^^-r '? > ^?lhe;twtimöhiais;;w^ (leservin...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

FOR SYDNEY. ;.-» TpHE regular trader, fine Schooner ^ '* COLUMBINE, '90 tons burden, fitted up for passen Sägers, is daily expected, and will meet with quick dispatch. Siie carries a license for supplying passengers with spirits, wine, ale, &c. tares. Cabin passengers (provisions included) £4 0 0 Steerage ditto ditto 2 0 0 GEORGE WATSON, , > Agent. 'Kangaroo Poiut, May 19, 1843. SALE BY 'AUCTION 'VA FOUR-WHEELED PHAETON, ' in excellent condition. ' ut: ' MR. dowse', , , WÍ L L Sell by Public Auction ¡ at his Mart On MONDAY NEXT, MAY 22, immediately after the Horse*Sale on that day, A very superior light four-wheeled PHAETON, nearly new, and adapted for one horse. From the roomy make of this vehicle, it is every way suitable for the use of a family. Terms at Sale. i -rM ,.> MONDAY, 12th JUNE. t " ' For account of whom it may concern. THE WRECK OF THE SCHOONER ,'[ "COOLANGATTA." As she now lies on the Beach, near Moreton Bay. ]V/|R., SAMUEL LYONS will Sell by Auction, **...

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SELECT POETRY. THE WAR MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

SEXECX. PJOETRY. THE WAft? MEDAL. . i * '* ~ - '& V* ,", MNESjCl/ííOafcitt^tO'BB AÍDBaESSBD SV A VÎTES AN " ' ."öb'jtiiiS'vkkmsVLlL TO HIS ÍÍ1ÍWLY-AW ARDED ?, , ' MEDAL. " ' ' j. ' ' i ii .»* v i. '. lia'! .thirty yearh'and morte have'passed ^ , . . ' , ? "Srnce I'm üangei's day diAearnthee ; * ., í .? i'ü»ia>nöw> P.ve'gortliee; at'tlie last, > t. . * - j «l'ai almost tempted-yea; td«purri >i1ik.i l .' <} " .\ 'The heart made sick by>i^Hopedeferr'd,'' « n . .1 Is seldom heàl'd.by.lat* reward. ' ' Doth he of .;',/ .*' » '. *! r"' ' ti ' * - ' * * "",', \V*¡th such-.awaid, at this late day ? ' *, ,., « *> ft ToOjlpngjWp've smartfd 'neath a wrong, j, ' , Whilst he bath fill'd the poet's song. I', Do they who bask in glory's blaze, ' ' ' Now deem that in old hearts HhouMf waken ! 'ThFfifës thaf burned in earlier days 9~ '" If so, íhéy'ré wbfully mistaken . ' Those-fires, that once false glory led, .Are long'agar cxli'igiushcd. If I'm deserving of the...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

.COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Ti Pao^jjtE Sale.-Mi. Mort, on Satin day, sold by auction 21 bule¡> of wool, 11 ot them (Iiiree) hides, sold as follows 111 at Gs. 8d , 13 at 5s, 9dy und 52 at Is. 9d. each. Also, a large quan- tify of sheepskins fetdud from 4Jd. to 5}<1. per lb.-Sydney Morning Herald, May 8. ATROCIOUS OUTRAGE BY THE ABORIGINES - On Sunday, the 16th instant, the inhabitants of Gundagai were roused from their slumbers by the sounds of wailing proceeding from an encamp- ment which for some time has been established by the aborigines in unoccupied allotments of the township, and on enquiry found that one of those acts of ferocity so common among these tribes had   been perpetrated. The warriors of a distant and hostile tribe having visited them during the night, butchering and spearing several of the Gundagai blacks, who, not anticipating the attack, were un- prepared for it. The bodies of two, from each of which a leg had been severed and taken away, were...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

I'rt DOMESTICINTELLIGEÑCE. an Cr¡ PUBLIC MEETING. ral 'Ahfadjourned ^meeting of the inhabitants of the town and district was held in the Court House yesterday, at twelve o'clock, for the purpose of taking into ¡consideration the offer made by the Government to establish an Hospital in the dis- trict: The following gentlemen attended, viz.1 :-' Captain AViekhami Mr: E« B.'' Hawkins, Mr! C. '¿Mackenzie,,Mr. Lpn.vRev/B, Glennie,, Mr. G. S. Tucker!, ,fylrV J.>Jt¡chards'qn.,. Mr,, Haly,' -Mr.' J. ¡Kenf; DriX'an«WVM«V Franejg,>B(>gKp» Mr. Ö, Burgoynfi.nndAin.Örenier. ,,.'^ .,,' * , byJMr,.y,"^wr# CaptynAMcfyiaui waÄealhju to 'the chair. '," ' ' { , ''' '", ,r, ' out lan Ian con at 1 Foi bei "l^Jrttv Hospital for the district/in accordance witlir&Ff jV'V ' terms'contained in a' communication whiclî'had" £ f\ *' ^ been publisJiedï,aSipart'of the,proceedings of last" '?%' u ?> meeting, bt?tiwhich;lie should again read, in order t ' *.?' ' > Jhat those^r/resen^shojdd pe...

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STATE OF IRELAND. (From the Times, December 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 May 1848

STATE OF IRELAND.           (From the Times, December 31.)       THE following accounts of two murders appear in the Mayo Constitution :— On Wednesday last, John F. Bourke, coroner,   held an inquest on the body of Robert Hennelly,   who was barbarously murdered by four ruffians early in the evening, in this town, on Monday week. Several witnesses were examined, and   among the rest, Mr. Neal Gallagher, through whose exertions and courageous conduct, two of the party were arrested in the fact. Much credit is due to the townspeople, who, in the absence of the police, hunted three of the murderers down,   and succeeded in handing them over to the autho- rities. The following verdict was returned by the jury :—Wilful murder against Martin Mul- roony Dempsey, and Thomas Muldoon, added and abetted by others unknown ; and we beg to ex-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

SALE BY AUCTION» < MR. DOWSE lÄflLL Sell by Public Auction, at bia Rooms» * * Queen-street, On MONDAY NEXT, MAY 29, At 12 o'clock, A well-selected lot of Jewellery-consisting of Ladies' and Gent's Gold Rings Broaches, Breast Pins, Gold Pencil Caâes, Sec. ALSO, A few choice. Books, a few Saddles, Flour, and ; other articles, that must be sold without reserve. IMPORTANT TO SMALL CAPITALISTS. A. E. CAMPBELL UTAS been instructed to offer to public competí ?*??*. tion, AT THE QUEEN'S ARMS HOTEL, IPSWICH, On SATURDAY, 10th JUNE, The half of a Twenty-seven Acre FART» ,,c"\ lightfully situated at the Long Po^et»,on the banks of the Bremer, and ¡rP.-^'^y .adjoining the beautiful estate of ' ^ssiville," the property of Thomas Mir~ ' ^H ' a/act wh,cl» ta\ly proves the ví»1"-"1 Iie land, and must ensure a libcuil ,.. ice. Ifor a plan of the property, and oilier partial-. lars, apply to the Auctioneer. Terms at Sale. WANTED, A DAIRYMAN ; one who understands the ^* 'making of Cheese, &...

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SELECT POETRY. NEW SOUTH WALES. (From Bentley's Miscellany.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

«"ELECT ' POETRY. *'**ï NEW SOUTH WALES. '):'"'J'/; CFrom Bentley's Mlspelf.any.Js t«'¡V ' .There is a land in distant seas, Full of contrarieties. .' "\<.\''\ There beasts have mallards' bills and legs . , ?? ¡ , llave spurs like cocks, like hens lay eggS-;\ , ' : There,quadrupeds go on.two feet, ;. ," u And yet few-quadrupeds so lleet ; ' And hirds, although they cannot fly, , , ' In swiftness; wjth.'tho greyhound vie. . ?, » i , With equal wonder you may see The foxes! fly'frpm lieclo lice î. . * And what they value most-so wary These foxes in their pockets carry. , . ,'. There parrots walk upon the ground, And grass upon the.lices is found. / On pther.treefc,' another wonder, Leaves without upper side or under. There apple trees;no fruit produce, But from their trunks pour cid'rous juice. The gearsiyou'Jl «caree with hatchet cut ;.'«,/ r 'Stones are outside the cherries put ; Swans are not while, but black as soot. There the voracious ewc-shcep cram$ ' ¡my Her paunch ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. May 27-Saturday .'.....'... "6.43 < '7.2(5 23-Sunday . S.1 8.32 20- Monday. 9.1 9.26 30-Tuesday., 9,51 10,13 31-Wednesday. 10.33 10 53 June 1-Thursday. 11.12 lL.Sp 2-FruUy. 12.5- '* 12.25 nmiBi

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

Ct0 L 0 NI A L . EX T R A Ç.T S. The Bishop of Newcastle.-Hiá Lordship started on Saturday on a visitation of the' southern portion otliis diocese-to Singleton, Muswellbrook, Scone, &c. The Bishop proceeds to Moreton Bay on the 31st instant,and will lemain in that district until the 20lh June, when he will'return to New- castle.- Sydney Morning Herald. To H urdlu for Lambing Down.-Say 1000 ewes-let your folds be 14 hurdles square, which divide into four, equal portions by huidles staked willi shackles upright. In drafting ew,es latnocd during the night, make a small pen, in which place the ewes and lambs fiom poition^No., 1., Let tiwi dry ew;es out-draft the, euos;and lambs from No. 2 into No. 1. Let No. 2 dry ewes out, and so on with Nos. 3 and 4. You will then have all the lambs dropped during, the night ¡n> four lots, and the mothers secute. I have knowu 100 lambs diopped from 800 ewes ¡n twelve horns, under the system of one undivided -yaid to the whole flock. Fancy t...

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LONDON TAKEN BY THE FRENCH. (From Punch.) Head Quarters, Buckingham Palace, "London. [Date not fixed.] [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

LONDON TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.' , , ' CFrom Punch.J ; i "i" nead Quarters; Buck ingham''Palace, " London. TDate not fixed. 1 " Monsieur.-I have the honour to communicate the in'telli'gcnce of the landing of the army under my command on the coast of Dover, witlu the submission of-the capital of'England. Iwiite this in the palace of the Guelphs, where the tri- colour, waves triumphantly over the standard of our natural enemy. ' " Our troops embarking at Boulogne, at Calais, and at Dunkirk, met midway in the Channel. The wind failing, the transports were towed ? by the Comte de Paris, the Chateau d'Ea, La Charte, and other steamers. At daybreak we came to anchor, and at spven p.m. landed the troops-with hurscs and artillery.-from the jolly boats, The guns from Dover Castle kept an un- steady drooping fire during the disembarkation ; at length, a handful of the Algerine Immortals, irritated by the pertinacity of the enemy, scaled the chalk cliffs, and in five minutes-by the watch-spiked th...

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VARIETIES. GROANS OF THE "OLDEST INHABITANTS." TO MR. PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

VARIETIES. GROANS or the " OLDEST INHABITANTS ,TO MR. PUNCH. ' ' Sir,-The insertion of my first letter has given, great satisfaction to our club. No:oldest inhabir tant,belonging to it ever remember.s anything,so much to the purpose in,your^page«., A unanimous resolution of the club requests me to continue my communications. , , While silting yesterday looking at the demoli- tion of some old houses opposite to our establish- ment-for even our asylum of the past is marked out for destruction,'as standing in the* line of some so-called " improvements"-and thinking of writing to you on the subject of the dreadful in- roads which are now being make on the most venerable parts of our metropolis, I was surprised to see' our poor old Popular Ignorance hghbling across the comt to my room. When he entered, I saw the venerable creature was deeply aflectcd* He had heaid my first letter read in the Common Hall by Costs (who has enjoyed a superior education in the office of that late eminent fir...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

-SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. "May .21. 'Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. 'Passpngers-Mr. Archibald Campbell, Mr. Colin Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. D. ^ Foi bes and two servants, MrM)avidson, Mr. R. Jones and son, Mr. Humphreys, Mr. Jolin\Cíimpbell,*Mr. D. Coutts^attd', twenty-eight in, ¿he steerage. Jf \ - ' I '. 25. Midas, schooner) Johnston,Jrom Mor-} petit. "%,,*!, %/âv'.':;' N ' I ^DEPARTUIin.v t v 4--' May 25. Tamar, Steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Dr. Cannan, Mr. Gore, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. John Windeyer, Dr. 'Wilks, Mr. Sandeman, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Moore, Mr. Zuill, and thirty in the ¿steeragcT IMPORTS. > IVilliam.,1 can,oil, I cask sunds, I paper pel, 2'Tjaie slops, 1 matted pel, I hhdrum,'2 boxes soap,. I cask sugar, 12 kegs tobacco, 10 casks bottled' hie, Ebokt, Montefiore and Co. ; 3 hhds spirits, 10 casc3 gin, 10 casks bottled beer, 1 case spirits,. Powers'; 2 cases sunds, Coley"; 20 bags flour, 1 ,bpx, soap, 2 bags .salt, ljibd^sygar,. 2 chests Jtea, 2 hhds'sunda,'2 ca...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. Th'IL TAMAR WILL SAIL ON i TUESDAY, JUNE 6, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent H R. S. N Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, STEAM TO IPSWICH. t-k i^4> T^E followiug are the days (^Jm fixed for the sailmg of tbe %^m^ it&imEXPERJMENT, ig^gi*".*^ ut»til further notice, viz , from S^"^* ~~" Brisbane, on Mondays and Thursdays, at 9 o'clock \ m. , and norn Ipswich, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the same hour. Freights and fares as usual JOHN BOYLAND. Ipswich, 28th April, 1848. NOTICE. 'IpHE PUNT MODEL continues running be ?* tween Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and Friday, as usual. s. d. Wool, per bale. 2 0 Dead weight,pci ton .10 0 ( Measurement, per ton.12 0 WILLIAM WILSON. FOR SYDNEY. THE regular trader, fine Schooner COLUMBINE, 90 tons burden, fitted up for passengers, is daily expected, and will meet   with quick dispatch. She carries a license for supplying passengers with spirits, wine, ale, &c. Far...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1848. MORETON BAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

THE MORETON BAY COURIER.             SATÜRDAY, MAY 27 1848.         MORETON BAY RACES. Thfse annual spoits commenced on the Race Course, New Farm, pn Tuesday last, the 23rd instant. On the morning of( that day the sun rose with unclouded bril- liancy, giving promise of the most lovely weather, a prognostic which was not belied by the event, for throughout the three days, during which the sports continued, nothing could be more favourable for'the purposes of enjoyment, more exhilirating to the spirits, than the uninterrupted sun- shine., tempered as it jivas by an atmos ' phere just cool enough to be pleasant. The protraction vof the rainy season to a period moie than usually late, had ex- cited some apprehensions as to j the state of the Course, but the »severity of the drought of the previous week had com- pletely absorbed the moisture from such parts of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

DIED.   On the 30th October, at Old Town House,   Chard, Somerset, England, aged 59, much re- spected, Mr. Samuel Walter, solicitor. He was   an honour to his profession, and exemplary in all the relations of domestic and social life.-Taunton Courier. -[The deceased was a brother-in-law of Mr. Ocock, solicitor, Brisbane.]

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CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LAND BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. MORETON BAY DISTRICT. (Abridged from the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LAND BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. MORETON BAY DISTRICT. C Abridged from the Government Gazette.'J Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th May, 1848.-His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for the information of all persons in- terested, that in pursuance of Her Majesty's Order in Council, of 9th March, 1847, the undermen- tioned pei sons have demanded Leases of the se- veral Runs of Ciown Land, particulaiised in connexion with their respective names. Persons who object to any of these claims, either wholly or in part, should lodge caveats at this Office within two months fi om the present date, specifying the Lands to which their objections extend, and the grounds on which their objections are based. , It is to be distinctly understood, that the Go- vernment does not pledge itself to the issue of a lease in any ease until due enquiry has been made into the validity of the claim, and whether or not it may be necessary to reserve any- portio...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE WAY IN WHICH FRENCH WINE IS MADE. —M. Lalande, secretary to the Free Trade Asso- ciation of Bordeaux, communicates, in last Satur- day's Economist, the following :—" Wine is made in a very simple and cheap manner. I shall men- tion the simplest, which, by many persons, is also considered the best. When the grapes are ripe they are gathered, and placed, either with or without the stalks, in large vats, where they fer- ment during a few days (from eight to fifteen). At the end of that period, and when a great fer- mentation has taken place and ceased, the wine is entirely in the lower part of the vat; the other parts of the grape are at the top of it. The wine is drawn from the vats and placed in casks. There it must be allowed to remain for some time without being disturbed. After three or four months have elapsed, even before very often, immense quantities begin to be consumed by the working classes in this country, and by far the greater proportion of a year's...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 May 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH.       (From our Correspondent.) WEDNESDAY, May 24.-The Brisbane Race Course being the grand centre of attraction this week, leaves but a beggarly account of subjects for the present report from hence, unless, indeed, I com- mit two or three murders, a few robberies, acci- dents, &c., and contradict them in the next para- graph. Shall I tell you the substance of the last bulletin, wherein it is stated that his Majesty en- joys uninterrupted good health, and while com- placently sipping his "hot-with," , studies the   interests of his workmen-mean people with a fatherly care; or, what will perhaps be more piquant for many of your readers, shall I inform you of the scandal of the day ; but, bless my other heart. I forget that this is a subject so rife in "Little Puddleton," that it would require me to employ more amanuensis than I, poor devil, can afford to pay. No ; none of these will answer ; ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 June 1848

aSrriPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. ""May 27. Champion, schooner, Collas, for Sydney. ^June 2. Mida J, schooner, Johnston, for Sydney. - ¿s EXPOltrS. "; , J# William : 43 casks tallow; Andrew p20 casks 'tallow, 718 sheepskins,*'Hughes ami Jsaac ; 12 bales wool, MY ; 1 bale wool, IH ; 5 bales wool, PR; 4 bales wool, .LI;; "4 "bales'wool, T .(Glin tliamond above) ; fiábales w'ool,,W (MK under) ; 6 bales wool, M ; '20 bales woolfSt. Clair (t)> Cliampion : 16 bales wool, FNI ; 6 bales wool, H&I ; 8 bales FB ; 3 bales wool, C ; 1 turtle, -Wise ; 19 bales wool, Richardson ; '23 casks tal- low, Smith. Midas.'' 40 casks tallow, 159 hides; Smith; 12 .xasks^tallow, NR (B above) ; ü tierces beef. ^ .SIMPSON'S PATENT SUBMERGED PROPELLER. On Monday afternoon an experimental steam trip of a highly interesting and satisfactory character wasThade in a small steam boat, the Albion, of 'twenty-horse power, to test the woiking of a new method ofV-propelling steam boats, the invention' of M...

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