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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fowls, Is. 9d. to 2s. ; ducks, Is. 9d. to 2s. ; geese, 4s. to 4s. 3l.j turkeys, 5^. to Gs. ; pigeons, 8d. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 3d. each. Dairy Produce.— Salt butU-.r', 9cl. to Is. ; fresh, Is. 4d. to Is. 5d. ; cheese, 5d. 6d. ; bacon, 6(3, to 8d. per lfav; fggs, Is. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s.; onions, 8s. to 10s. per cwt. ; cabbagps, I?. 8d. to 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, Od. to 0-J. ; turnips. Is. 8tl. ; 'parsley, Is. celery, 2s to 4s. ; parsnips. Is. 6'd. ; carrots, la. 6d ; pumpkins, 2s. 6d to 3^. (id. ; vegetable mar row, is. Gd per d. zen or (k-z»n bunches ; green peas, 6s. to 78, per bushel Fault — l.emans. 4d. , quinces, 24. to Cu\ ; p ars, 4d. to 8(i.; apples. 5-i. to Is. ; bananas, Is. ; .water melons, 2s 6-i. to 3s. 0 1. per dozen.; peaches, Is. to 2s. 6d. per ba.-kar ; grapes, lin). to 3d. par Ib.~ Sundries.— Bet f. %-\ to \^\. ; mutton, Jd. to 1£J. per )b. ; bay, £.1 10s. tp/,£:j;.'.10s.'i straw, 1 1 15s. to £...

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AN APPEAL TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

'AN APPEAL TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE. . By Bis Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Arch bishop of Westminster. INTRODUCTION. The following tract will be better understood, ?if the history of the establishment of the Catho lic Hierarchy in England be briefly stated. The Catholics had been governed in Eng land by vicars-apostolic since. 1G33 ; that is, by bishops with foreign titles, named by the Pope, and having jurisdiction over his vicars or de legates. In 1GSS their number was increased fvom one to four; in 1840, from four to eight. A strong wish had begun to prevail, on the part of the English Catholics, to change their tiimnfiv.'ivv form nf rrovermnprif- feit* tl-in ni-rli nary form, by bishops with local titles, that is, by an ecclesiastical Hierarchy. Petitions had been sent for this purpose to the Holy See. The first I believe was in 1834. In ]847 the vicars-apostolic, assembled in London, came to the resolution to depute two of their number to Home, to petition earnestly in their names f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. AT a preliminary Meeting of the In habitants of Macquarie Ward, con vaned by public advertisement, and held at the Royal Hotel, on Wedneetey evening, the 5th m ?tant, , ' ' Danibi. Cooper. Esq., M.L.C., «n the Chair. The object of the Australian Society in proposiagthe Indnstrial Exhibition having been explained by Dr. Douglass, one of the Honorary Secretaries, the following Resolutions were unanimously car . ried : — Proposed by Mr. P. N. Russia t. George-street ; se conded by Mr. Martyn. Pitt- street. 1. That this meeting fnlly recognise the vital im portance and benefit to the countty. of the Colonial Industrial Exhibition, and pledge themselves to take every means in their power to promote Us suc cess. Proposed by Mr. A. Fairfax, George-street ; se conded by Mr. E. M'Encrob. 2. That the following gentlemen be requested to procure subscriptions throughout the Ward, in fur therance of this object, and that the names of all - contributors be inserted from tim...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. March 7. — Petrel, ship, 848 tons, Captain Taylor, from Adelaide the 19th ult. March 7. — Diana, brig, 103 tons, Captain Peake^ from Melbourne the 28th ult. March b\ — Massachusetts, 'U. S. whaling ship, 364 tons, Captain Chase, from the South Sea Fisheries. March 8.— Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125 tons, Cap tain Todd, from Adelaide the 21st ult. March 8. — Statesman, barque, 345 tons, Captain Hawkes, from Melbourne the 4th inst. March 8. — Wanderer. bri-r. 1 39 tons. Cat-tain Jackson, from Melbourne the 4th inst. March 8. — Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, from Moretoii Bay the 27 th February. March 8. — Nautilus, barque, 191 tons, Captain Dryden, from Launceston the 3rd inst. March 8. — Lillias, schooner, 69 tons, Captain Watson, from Melbourne, the 4th inst. ? March 9. — Scotia, schooner, G8 tons, Captain Ward, from Wellington the 16th ult. March 9. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 4th inst. March 9. — Hirondellej schooner!,...

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DR. MAITLAND ON THE REFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

DR. MAITLAND ON THE 'REFOR- MATION. (From the Rambler.*) ' Clear your mind of cant, sir ! said the great philosopher of common sense one day to his fidus Achates, or to one of that listen ing crowd to whom the sage was wont to dis pense wisdom in sentences as blunt as pithy. We do not, indeed, remember whether this admirable advice was given by Johnson in reply to one of the ordinary Boswellian pla titudes respecting liberty of conscience and religious persecution ; but whether it was or not, Dr. Maitland might verj appropriately have prefixed it as a motto to the very re markable volume whose title the reader has just perused. The late librarian of Lambeth Is in truth one of the most pertinacibusvand most successful of' the foes to theological cant whom our age has had the good fortune to produce. 'Pamphlet Maitland,' as he is sometimes termed, has written and pub lished above a score of books, letters, and pamphlets, directed solely to the smashing of some of the vulgar fallacies ...

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THE NEW BATCH OF BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

THE NEW BATCH OF BISHOPS. ('From the Weekly Dispatch, November 16. ) Wherefore this furiou3 cry from\the Times and its pretended correspondent against the assumption of Pontifical powers in England by the Pope ? Where is the *?' impudence,' as it is with disgusting vulgarity and arrogance called by the fanatics of Anglicanism, of the Head of the Roman Catholic Church exercising; the undoubted powers which are conceded to it by jhose who own its allegiance ? As a purely Ecclesiastical authority, that of the Pope is most ancient, the most legitimate in its descent, the most venerable and august in its traditions, the most certainly lineal and legal in its universal reign, or any in tne wona. xne waoie 01 .Europe at one time sincerely and unanimously prostrated itself before it. All other forms of Ecclesiastical dominion are usurpations over it, revolutions in it. All other Churches are mushrooms and upstarts, created solely by successful treason to, and over mastering rebellion agains...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY' MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, Is. 6d. to Is. 9d. ; ducks, 2s. to 2s. 3d. ; geese, 48. to 4s. 6d.; turkeys, 6s. to 8s. ; pigeons, 8d. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 3d. each. Dairy Produce. — Salt butter, 8d. to la, ; fresh, Is. 3d. to 0d. Od. ; cheese, 5d. to 6d. ; bacon, 6£d, to 8cl. per 1b ; eggs, Is. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s.; onions, 8s. to 10s. per cwt. ; cabbages, Is, 8(1. to 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, la. Id.; turnips. 2s ; parsley, 3s. to 6s. ; celery, 2s. to 4s ; pai snips, Is. 6d. to 2s.; carrots, Is. 6d ; pumpkins, 3s. Od. to 6s. 0d. ; vegetable marrow, 2s. Od per dozen or dozen bunches; green peas, 8s. per bushel Fruit. — Lemens, 5d. , quinces, 4d. to 6d. ; pears, 6'd. to 9d. ; apples. 4d. to 9d. ; bananas, Is. ; water melons, Is 3d. to 2s. 6d. per dozen ; peaches, Is to 1b. 3d. per basket; grapes, l£d. to 3d. per lb. Sundries. — Beef, fd. to l^d. ; mutton, Id. to l|d. per lb. ; hay, £3 0a. to £3 10a.; straw, 4.1 las. to i2 5s. per ton ; wh...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

£$iMina SnttlUgtittt*-' Atl.RIVALS. March 15.— Garland, ship, 968 tons, Captain Halcrow, from Plymouth, 30th November. March 15.— Oriental, ship, 607 tons, Captain Hyde, from Wellington the 21st ult. March 16.— Duke of Wellington, ship, 560 tons, Captain Millar, from Melbourne the 11th inst. March 17 — Susan, brig, 212 tons, Captain March 17. — Caldew, barque, 300 tons, Captain Snow, from Hongkong 16th January. March 18. — Daniel Webster, barque, 296 tons, Captain M'Farlane, from Hobart Town the 13th instant. March 18. — Bandicoot, schooner, 56 tons, Captain Halden, from Circular Head the 12th inst. DEPASTURES. March 11. — Fortunio, U.S. brig, 202 tons, Cap tain Hasty, for San Francisco. March 13.— Moselle, barque, 393 tons, Captain Thomson, for Manila via Newcastle. March 15. — Eliza, ship, 912 tons, Captain Pain, for Madras. niarcn io.—— jiiacKwaii, snip, ooo tuns, uu^/unii Thome, for London. March 15.— William, brig, 121 tons, Captain Coffey, for Launceston. March 16. — St. Georg...

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CALIFORNIA. WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

CALIFORNIA, WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. (To the fiditors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — Perceiving that emigration hence to California has again set in with unabated virulence, I would solemnly warn those who yet remain against departure. Every letter here published (and there have been many) speaks unfavourably for adventurers thither. WVnr +lmn cTinnlrl n fipw lanlatpil individuals who have returned thence, saying they have made 200 or 300 pounds, weigh against the multitude of ab solute and total failures ? Having visited that country myself, I hesitate not to declare my decided conviction that one-third at least of those now emigrating will perish within a year from absolute penury (poverty), from famine, hard living, harder work, want of shelter, and other hardships, the certain forerunners of sickness, of death, and of the grave. Let each man ask himself how 400,000 menyset tling at once (as you may say) in a new and hitherto uninhabited country can prosper ? How indeed can...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. INFORMATION FOR THE CHURCH AT LARGE. (To The Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. INFORMATION FOR THE CHURCH AT LARGE. / TV, the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) \ GenTIjemen.— The 'managing Committee of the | Diocesan Committee' of the Society for promoting 1 Protestant knowledge, and propagating the Gospel I aCCording to Cranmer, held a special meeting last I Week for the highly important purpose of giving | tfae « opinions' of some half a dozen respectable ! eentlemen, on the appointment of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman to tne ^rcu-jjiuixav ui ™ co-.- minster. f Your readers will hear with breathless interest that Mr. Charles Lowe, a solicitor in this city, and Captain King, a gallant officer of her Majesty's Navy, are resolved upon adhering to the principles by which at the period of the Reformation the British nation was impelled to separate from Catholic Christendom, and are also resolved upon implies) they have not held, the conviction that the chief Bishop of the Catholic Church neither hath by right nor ought to have in fact t...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

BATHURST. (From a Correspondent.) . Sunday last may be noted as an epocn m the little7 history of our Chun* here For the first time since its erection the celebration ot the holy Sacrifice of the Mass, was accompanied L by the voices of a chqk^nd the notes of a [ seraph me, entomng the « O SaluTaris,' and the'Laudae. It is true that four or five voices only, and hose very timidly, made the -first essay, but it is de voutly hoped that ere long the exertions oi our , ' ? t*. . j.~ ? ;-?„ -1 /.Tinir tnav be crownea ''ooti priesis w wg*''™ *? ~ — : ,. * „„„.?.„ ftS with success. In so large a Catholic ; ?°in£XE that of Bathurst the difficulty is not m the , fin ding good voices for A choir, but in P''*^^ $ who possess them to submit to, the drilling ; nee s sary to qualify them to act fe^f ,™?8 ' efficiency. But now that the chief difficulties ai SSSTupon 'breaking the ice' are surmount sanguine hopes are entertained that the giono inliathurst sufficiently large to «*J«£e£t!) countenanc...

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Ireland. THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LETTER OF KENELM H. DIGBY, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

Jtvelatib. THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY --. L.E.TTER OF KENEUI If. DIOBY. ESO. U he following admirable letter has been ad «emph,«l by the Cthd™ If ffiH . % dear Lord Ar^.^Si1,*'010.^ . for Ae sum Of Ar ? »?lSt °f annual subscribers yearf m °f £35- t0 be continued during twelve if wSildfaJ hard for n SJ6 u* alwayS *%**«!, leatnW and al ^ ,V^° ha| ,a-ny resPect f-* i ^ge, to stand SJwe'ngr °f hl8torical know «^in!Sed£l ^ «, I should think, irre ply. Bu TeSs .^ntnbute what *& he can sup K influence of' ^ Z* ^ 6'er S0, little und«r W i; Ji /_ Ot such ^pressions, a Christian m,.st ^d even %££££ ' * lmP0r'an6e of *e national, ^»^iSS£dffiv -isihereat stake wmmenced or iSut P?f -W°i ? neyer bee» excepting Xnthe St? ^ ^ *' of natioils- %ed to effect it 6 Church has been «n to ^'blftoUSS?^ ^ &n inestimaWe honour, f» such a pu^os^ ?£Tlte\0.\ coIlection, opened linir,*.—.?. \P°seasthat which sppTts +n ™~i ? 1J wo^ are inaaeQua?e X* & tl™8. that- thou^ I 'wke one's offS Si ex...

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THE OCEAN STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

THE OCEAN STEAMERS. *«*? tff SES? t0 a committee in Cork, we g^decWedupon%^n°f the Admiralty have'n™ S fied ^P™ the prSrmr 'hlpS.ha7e Sti^ to be 1Ve merits of tivtrnTTT * the rela' erP°^ -Galw»7, W Cork, Or I Limerick, it follows that they must have wilfully neglected the plain case so often laid before them. It follows, that one of the most important interests that ever attracted the attention of this country has been thrown aside for years, without scruple or without notice, in a court prejudiced in favour or the competing interests of England; and the systematic injustice might have extended into future ages, but for the intervention of America. 1 he btate of Maine, across the Atlantic, has published reports, convened meetings and projected I | broads , for the purpose of direct communication with the West of Ireland; whilst the Government ot this country and the imDartial trihnnnl nf th» Admiralty, were thinking of satisfying their con scientious scruples by evidence, whenever t...

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ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. J. GRANT, WINDSOR. THE CATHOLIC INHABITANTS OF WINDSOR AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT. To the REV. JOHN GRANT, Catholic Pastor of the District of Windsor. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. J. GRANT, WINDSOR. To the Rev. John Grant, Catholic Pastor of the District of Windsor. Rev. and Dear SiR,-«-It is impossible for us, the Catholic inhabitants of Windsor, to express the deep and sincere regret with which we have learned that you are about to leave us. Sudden and un expected though the announcement be, we cannot permit your departure without expressing to you our love and veneration ; and gratefully acknow ledging the numerous and_ valuable benefits we have derived from your ministry during the three years you have unceasingly watched over our spiritual welfare. But, Rev. and Dear Sir, there is little necessity to express in words our veneration. The crowds that have besieged your Church and residence ; the sincere grief of those whom you have fed with the heavenly food of devotion to the blessed Jesus, are ample proofs of the affectionate regard in which you are held. Your public conduct as a clergyman, in your un tiring exertions ...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

_ EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. lHB DUKB i OF ATHOLL AND THE TWO CAMBRIDGE i foTtUhDpErS'~'T!ie D?? °f Ath°' faa»w'tten a le«e? I !u ??**? m which he 8ay :— ' I was walking through the grounds with a few friends, chiefly ladies, when two persons, having the appearance of gentle men, m passing us, putting their glasses to° their eyes, made some very impertinent remarks, which I xn my position, and in justice to my visitors, thoueht proper to notice, but in as mild a m*nnar no M-:.J).. i *as.lmm,ediatelv attacked., first with words, and a last with blows ; but having defended myself to the utmost of my ability, and fortunately with more suc cess than the papers give me credit for, I gave them into the custody of my men, with private instructions to release them after sending them safe out of the grounds.' The two vouno- M-ntiAnian ^,r«-._j ._. Mr. filakeston and Mr. Suter, of Trinity College! Cambridge, have replied, and say ;-.' Had his J£ described the affair from his own impressions.Tnd po...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief Commismissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. ' ' THURSDAY; ' ' :. Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief Cqmmis- ' missioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of William Macdonald, a single meeting was held. (Claims against the estate' amounting to £41810s. Id. having been proved, an offer of composition, 5s. in the pound, on all claims proved, was made and accepted by the meet- ' ing. In the estate of Joseph Armstrong, and Samuel White, certificate meetings were held. There was no opposition, and both the applications were granted. In the estate of Thomas Molloy, a second meeting was held. Claims were proved amounting to £176 Is. 8d., and the meeting was adjourned until the 21st instant. In the estate of Charles Thompson, an adjourned special meeting : further adjourned until the 15th proximo. In the estate of Samuel Allen Wood, an ad journed single meeting. Claims amounting to £32 10s. Gd. were proved. The meeting allowed insolvent to retain the wearing apparel of himself and his family ;...

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Literature. A COTTAGE MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

%it$v&tuve. ? ? A COTTAGE MEMORY. ?',- .- (From Dickens' Household Word,s\ ? , In that far foreign country, the drearn of ;old days And old haunts often bear's me to Anthony Wray's ; The white little cottage with nest-crowded eaves^ Peeping out half the year from an ambush of leaves. . And now once again have my footsteps been there. And have found it — deserted, dismantled, and bare ; On the gable : they now are like flow'rs on a grave* At that window, I thought as I passed through the door, Where the late sunbeam strikes down the weed covered floor, . How often the sunlight and moonlight have shone Upon bright, living faces, that now are all gone. In the choice ingle-nook stood no Martha's arm chair, But a heap of dead leaves which the wind had swept there ; The low-talking wind that breathed thoughts of the time When young voices rang round like a holiday chime. . And the hearth had become like a cold cnurchyard stone, Encrusted with mould and with moss overgrown, That ha...

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To the Honorable the Colonial Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

To the Honorable the Colonial Secretary. Sir, — We the undersigned, members of the com mission, appointed by his Excellency the Governor to inquire into the prevailing epidemic amongst stock, beg to state, for the information of his Ex cellency, that since our last communication, dated February 7, we have continued making observa tions ourselves and, inquiring into the opinions of others acquainted with the subject. And we have now tne nonour or laying Deiore you, as appen dices to this portion of our report, first, an account of an analogous disease in France, translated from M. Hurtxel D'Arboval, and secondly, twelve post mortem examinations, two of which have been fur nished by Mr. Meston, and two by Mr. Robertson, of Parramatta. These examinations fully confirm the opinion ?we advanced before — that the disease is one of a highly inflammatory character. And they so clearly point out the seat of the disease that we have no hesitation in calling it an inflammation of the spleen an...

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A DREAM OF LIFE. A TALE EOR THE RICH [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

A DREAM OF LIFE. A TAtE EOR THE RICH. {From a Correspondent. ) There is a place in the world, beautifnl. above all places, whither peace and pensive ness seem fo have fled, and calm happiness to have found an eternal throne. The weary and the weak in looking on it are refreshed, and youth is given back to the aged who visit it. The ocean has watched it for ages, and everlastingly stays at its bounds playing and roaring ceaselessly, never sleeping. It has in the sea a faithful guardian. The trees and the flowers bloom sweetly there, and they have no luxurious feebleness. An arm of iron must snap a branch there ; and the flowers die not in a day — for their friend the ocean has brought them strength on his bosom from other shores ; and they laugh at the anger of the breeze, and almost defy the storm. Firmness, and fearlessness, ? and friendship, all have flourished there. It is morning, and the sun is breaking through the mist-like honour, and- holiness through poverty,, and greatness...

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Domestic Intelligence. EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

i&onu$tic Rnteliigente. EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. (From a Supplement to the Government Gazette. ) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 13th, 1851. Referring to the notice dated 11th ultimo, containing a preliminary report from the commis sion recently appointed to inquire into the nature of the prevailing epidemic in stock, with respect to diseased meat. His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct the publication of the following1 further report. 2. His Excellency has also directed the publica tion of the annexed paper on the subject, prepared by the Rev. Jame-s Walker, M.A., of Liverpool. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON.

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