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Wallsend Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

WBallsend Mincrs. O- Friday evening lust a well-attended meet ing of the above, was held ill lHarris' As seCmbly Rooms.-In the absence of the general chairman, Mr. WT. Patrick was chosen to pre side. -lThe 'minutes of the Iast iieetling were read and conlirmed. T11o firstbusiness brought forward was a chargo ]anid by a .miner, nm.ed Cartwtighlt, agailst W. iloderick fobr wheeling and dis charging tlhree skips of sleck. IRodoleric .nstated that hie did not think he had violatednany of the rnles by so doing, but if the. meeting was of opinion that he had, ihe wais quite Willing to pay the flue imposed .by the rules, for so doing, viz.; 10s. The matter was deferred to another meet ing' t:"j~ ~'4 iRoderick then brou, htnac ge? hir 'f'Oar~t-' wrigh· t for bailing water in hisilbord~ cntrai',y; to the iarules?iid ttio.'question created some diselssion. .: . 'h'leioeighth ru~lW of tlIbruners' t irmis and cpn'diti6ans stantes:-" That all whater has to be tan llion t0of, tli6Sloiadsoieady fr...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BOTANIC MEDICAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

•IlhTA1,1 ' :- IID MJi I IAII. ]:k ni :il lveriHmL'niulrt ill aniother ucoIliin it..will jr. see ll hi .Mo N1'. . W. IRte:. Ilte of- 1111i J'11id, haU.q conillneilcdc thei practice of his professiol, uitljer I lie 1iotuii" I.l'-i cstem of imiedicine, in J nry-slrect, PlatltH blIuil. Mi. Il)Iy l):uR luhl orver I rnil-y yellIr experi ell't ia t :i erbaliisiin!l, holds seve iil ilut-cl:las cluslinlril:llB s '" eixtxtioitldiiiry cui'es' lffcteil ntider

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

tbbitisemcnt,. Northumberland Sale Rooms, IHIG-RT., WEST MAITLAND. M R E*R VETERINARY S N~O, Auctioneer, Broer, and General Commission Agentr Lucerne and Oaten Hay Maire, Bran, Pollard, Tobacco, Bran, and all descriptions of Colonial Produce always on hand. Regular Saes every Saturday of Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Buggies, and General Merchandise. Casadvanced on goodu for sale, if required. 197 . GELLATLY'S GRETA INN, IIIGH-STREET, GRETA. MR. w. GELLATLY (an old rpaxdont 0ofthis locality) begs to Inform his numcrourriends and the public generally that he AtMoontinues to carry on business in the above Hotel, and ha. always on hand LIQUORS of the OHOICEST BRAI7DS. Travellers can find every accommodation for both man and horse. 869 RED LION HOTEL, WA RATAH. E DWA, having just opened the abhovc,-I be gad to meet his old friends and the public generaly, where they will find the greatest civility, and the Liquors of the best quality, which cannot be equalled in the district. LUNCH AT AL...

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Manchester Warehouse, Hunter Street, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

Ilanchegter, Warehouse, Hunter SStreet, Newcastle. H-- AVING had occasion to visit this well ..known establianeent during n.y stay in the city, I hiad:an opporthiitly ,of inspectini~ this establishlinezt,.through thae courtesy of its proprietor (.i'. Ed. O'Gllagher); . IThe establishment is ceintrally sitluateLd, uad corn mands one of the best. sites in the itv, and has three entrances. At the WVesternl side, as you enter, is the ladies' fancy dress, silk, and monu'ning goods depalrtmaent. Immedi diately adjoining is the Manchester waro h6use .depirtnmelnt, comprisihg canlicoes, flan nels, sheetings, hollands, &c.; then comes the hoisgry, haberdashery, and trimming department, which is well stocked with an excellent assortment of goods suitable for the present season. At the fiurthest end, and adjoining the hat and cap department, is the gentlemen's, boys, and youths' Crimean shirts, in every conceivable pattern. At the extreme southern side is the gentleman's silk and felt ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

NEWCASTLE SHIPPINC. VB ESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. war, htrque, 1180, Tlrenbatl; loading VaUls end i?i H., American harqu 9, labon to load Lambtot a Feron, ship, t a Forth, ship 8Woo rd ; Wrl o: \Valls end· Id Wave, brig osa. barque,34, [Cnifh "+ + .? ton Castle, barque, 0548, Scott; to load Co operative honus, ship, 1153, Andrews; to load Lambton uera, barqus, 774, Thomas; to load New Lamb ton , barqque, 413; laid up, torworthi sl), 883,'Ciarico; to load Co-opera tire ?-' d°?; fmyss Castle, shi, 5i76,shields : toload.Lamb-' vo, Dutch ship, 1353, Strootman ; to load Lanib ton dina, ship,+ 62;" Ilarunson -. . nat, ship, 1173, Cameron;. todoadOd;iO tive tO. * H. all, ship, 098, Smith ions Hope, ship, 741, Bateman d Hoadley, 'American lbarque, 1099, IKelton;: to.loadA1Vallsend tide, baIrque, 408, Briand ; to load Lambhton ;- Amnerican brqud 63G, O.Oxfrer; (to load • Imd ion "hip _ Lgo -+ t ai'l i - .... ato.barque 739, Doughty ; to load Lambton diark,-shii$? Iargoe ; to load Lambton a,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

N E W C A S T L E. ALRRZYAZ OF NEW WINTER DOODS. MRS. COXA ITTAS much pleasure in informing her numerous customers in the Mining Townsbips and District, that she has JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID ASSORTMIENT OF WINTER DRAPERY, MILLINERY, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, AND FANCY GOODS, AND HAVING 'PURCIJASED THEIM FOR CASH, SHE \WILL DISPOSE OF THE SAME AT PRICES HITHERTO UNHEARD OF IN THE DISTRICT. :0: - A SHOW ROOM, Newly Fittoed Up, is set apart for LADIES, where every attention will be paid. Hraving secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS MILLINEFR and DRESS IMAKER, parties favonring Mrs. C. with orders my d'epend upon them being executed with efficiency and despatch. iIournlin' arnd W'edding Orders promptly attended to. ---- " -.-a---- Ia-NOTE THE ADDRES~S MtaS. COW4N, ''VICTORIA HOUSE," H-un?er-Street, NeTwcststle. :------ a-WANTED, APPRENTICES to the MILLINEIRY and DRESSMAAKING. DARK CREEK STORE, (NEAR THE SA1W MILLS.) NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. D. G. WILLIAMS H AS much pleasure in informing t...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

'1O OUfl SUI1OCRIBERI3S: 'iliers failing to receive their .copies, will lige us by making application at tl officeb, Ito any of our A\gents, whose timcs are 5tified onpage:4. -

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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[?]lening and Agricultural Calendar For June. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

len.? .ad A1ricultural Calendar "' =?.. . . F o r J u n e . en Grden; .Saw ~pens, hIbearrs, aeinnelh, owere, radish, par'?lcay, olaiolln2.ttuc ,mu.stard T½ aspiaraus, ihuhari.,, &e. Irnaw the earth .- round the stemins of suel young plants as are '. bovea the lground, such as beans, &c. Plarit all cryherb.. Trench n?d ~ nnure vacant ground. C.arden": Plant utttings of tlheC fusehi urn, etus. &'. rlant Ca'se bulbs, finn (ttl,$ aoirsmteniti1 as, hei banccut, plants-..edgsng IoIdoC1 I ep-Ll n ind-flower beds. p ldallie.roots, if not dme la, Insont,l.: i h'li~i . o si m th for traussphutting dr" is iovin ,rd ?i?d" Fruit Giards?n: ]la II applh. pear, , apriot, unsl ehll'luinds of fruit trees. Prune nil trni fruit trees, digging in manure ly po nsrlott-fo siut lhos nots.--Field Operi N o\v s?pril, balley, blu on line soil: and wheat, sojea.n has belen diy. Glltihor nuiss. 'l'rclpire dof cottcl, I y lisp lplotighl it. The crol, be all in by thui midhleuuf this niont...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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POETRY. JESSIE'S LEAVIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

l1ESSIE'S LEAVIN'. SSair, sair was my hert ,when wee Jesie was ]eavlin'i Oor hame, to be gaun amanrg strangers CincO `muir, · I coUldna looIdk on ?r,; I focht wl' 'imy grievin', ., ;':An', tho' ;I saidnasithin, I fell it gay sair, L? ove'ssoirrowin" duty imtaist brcht me relentin',", "Buit thoclt, o' the future wad thro'.my soul fly, An' :.lCsie-to-ie 1' r.s touiltally lie ntini.- r Sustainin'.my hleart--is I bade hlergulild-Lye. Fare-ye- veel Jessie, my heart is aye.wi' ye, . Ilk e 'enin' an' mornin' I'll pray for your Sweel ; . P; Fare-ye-weel, Jessie, may he never lea' ye, But guard yc, an' mak ye oor wishes aye eel. . Hr lng o yellow hair ower her shoulders was .owi.', 'Her blue e'en shone brichter whan lowin' in ..:?.', 'tears, " cr wee heart maist brak as she frae es was goin' Au' pale was her cheek wi' the pairtin" pang fears. Helivwee kist held a' her bit brews an' her cleadin'; It: : seenied a' her hams nooe, an' aft.wad.I sigh ; Tile thochlt o' a stranger her sma' wants un...

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MAIN ROAD BETWEEN WALLSEND AND DARK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

MAIN 110AD IsrwVl:N \\0AI.1.I.;N AWDl AiAESK is1iSIt. W(e notice tilat. a pil i lrivi h in nchi' %f with tll lec :.' a"i h pli i 1fw n h tarri vel o (t11, , piorf-it i. ( of lie raii l Iso, is o Blinl J Creek, for tie Irittjk, of' drivinir In piles fol. he ?SuIport, If fle bridge' :it

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

, ..... -• louday. -Ncnr?ly a tihousand pomuls:ln s: been .col haect ed townrds tho l;uchlintat o Asy/lun. i iu Wleat ia dull at.s. d. , The IM. A. Dixion is chartlned to, conivey o thel Cape. 'hIo Ile cl?n?' lts in~tetod to.petition i'arlia. ienl t againsit t!h Prohlibition of Alatchis .Bill. a.Ai:firoroccuiroi, t Varrinaboul .enrly ycs htrilny ?mori'pfig. ?.The lossis cstimated. at £7000. Itis,lt inlly.uinsuied against. 1]3readstuffs, ullchanged. c Voolrackls, Us. Sd. Arlvices from tlho Cape state thatrnisins have advanced 1.i?ii. pe." l b ,

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

LOCALV INTELLIO. .. ';GE. WALLSEND AND Pl.AJLATTSBURG. T * rir. o'I¶1.. "* ",A" ,, . I. - } Tue W' l Jll?Ced nlld o')-opeirt iXie Vitl5B..3a ,t;.:..nl!]i woked butil slifts f1i iMojnlny 14l4d vcLe?u?Iti?.

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ARBITRATION IN THE COAL AND POTTERY TRADES [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

ARBITRATION IN THE COAL ' AND POTTERY TRADES ' From the Cardif. Ti'nwe J.Aarcl 28th. WHIlLST in some directions there are serious evidences of great difficulties between masters and men, which the former decline to adjust by arbitration, already stoppinlg much of the iron and coal trade of Scotland, occasioning a strike of 3,000 more minllers in South Staffordshire, and to almost equally disastrous cessations of industry and proportionate national loss elsewhere, still theta are not wanting instances of the prevalences of more moderate counsels. To-day (Monday) at Chester the .colliery owners and thie colliers cf the Mold, North \Vales disirict, will submit to M'. Rupert Kettle the'question which at one time threatenedc a stoppage of the colliers in that part of the kingdom, and they will abide 'by thle award which, as arbitrator, he will ultimately give in the case. Thile pitmen at Mol, like the 3,000 pitmen at the Radstock and Somersetshlire district, hIlave received notice for a ...

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WOMAN'S DEVOTION: OR THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACH. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

WOMAN'S DEVOTION: OR " THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACiI. B• REDLEGS. Cisr Prn XI. SABOUT a month after Archibald's return --to the castle, we all *nadeca pilgrimage to my cottage at, Glenalvon. Airiyed there, I and Margaret remained tougether in a room on I the ground floor, while tlhe two young people walkedtliip andt downn before the window. As it was opet, we could overhear their conveorsa tionu. " It isfe y-cars ago," saidi he, " this very day that I saw yonu here for the oirs~t' timue; lhavo you forgotten it? 'Does the day and the place whisper nothing to y'olrheart ? . Did we fli:st ntakte acq,,uaintane in the spring ?" said Heleoi, nouchalantly. :? I thughtl, it was Iowardsc the cnd of autnnm Dn yon like the autuftln ?" ' h" 'le rottlrti of a'ht sha-on .ngg?eSPts to every otno of us tile recollectitns sweet -or : bitter, with which it is :utoei,.ited. . To some artututnt rtcalla tht, joys t'f hIppy. love; the sighing of the wind 'nmongst the dry lteaves comes. to them-like an echo...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

BUJRWOOI. . Tuz: anniversary of the Irimitive Methodist Chapeli urwood, was hel on Sunday, 7th inst. - 'Thirei, sermons were preaclhed in the mornirng bty the Iev. MIr. Gilly, and in theafternoon by 'Mras.'1witers, ol Newchstlb. It is a long while since a female has preaclhedi in ]urwood, conseqnently the coiigregations were very large, the chapel, which is a good sized bnilling, Ibeing crowdled at both sermons. On Mlotiday- on fheo tle hiigoist t?otiiatiiieei thatl.htasver taken- -liic6ihere, W7as'ieldlii. the Chapel. About three hundred persons partcrok of an excellent repast. The attack upon the good thinga provided filled the breast of lmany withl fear, that it; those who were'not fortiinate enouglft to obtaini a seat at first sittings, but, by good-luck, there was enough for all but none to spare. 'Thle after meetin~g was a very good one. The chair was ;occnuiied 1y lMr. Williinam ])avis, who, in his openinig remnarks, explained to. the audience. , the financial aflairs of the ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

'I·Tnn reat foot racoiw..hich .:is .tbo'.obio off 'ldeC4'o ronk of B3allarat, and WYatson, of o'?ooaL inow the leading topic '.ith our , iends. .tso2 h?.take euD his o mithl M..D. Dy town, wlio has undertaken .h1'tt1ai ilflz, and may 'bo. seoon dfroIrFi~Tih'isinipil. caily. The :mtolrvist~t comq ;olf inlabout a; zmontlh?-and is to be rnn on the street which-runs from MIr?. ~Willirit?u~ publio.,house and the :Co ujpiihtoh st_ p df pist'i Mr G Donald's' StorCe Tiisiug.i46tind lias eion approved of bIyidthi partios, and is well suited for the ipirplOSq. It is about twonty yards short of tho di~stanc (quart o ofmqilo), butis to be leigthened, at onct t tjo dpese of' Ii'r. .Williams and others interested. I would like to o_9ur worthy Mayor and ahleiziiui ~ineno?neke.tIce portion of $fLan Imbton boundary, so tilhat tlh _~vo zortuyus, z.Vii?.his and Lnambn tofl canl] onll tcMi-1 soon as Jossible lIy C' ood Cifid bs very much lJGCleded tivra cell ie tw lpitcedl , and will be zie lb s well a...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

. .? . _.~.... .. . . .I ....... . ANVIL CI?.I( R AND8,4 GRE TA*:. . . sIn landTnd saln'annouhnced in'- ?bon 'columiirii?.''l"i Lwassheold on Sa~lniday. The specia?ltrdit arrapggd foslih Mte uioneer, Ar. TVWfll hlite· of NIowcastleo,'arrivd. here about one . o'cloc], bringing nuinerous :passengers from :': " oJoails?le and intermediate stations; Lun cheon was bountifull r ovidod- by- 31r. Far-'.? tiing, of which the visitors. wore invited .to,/ piairtikl:e'T The sale coinmnenced-at.-about two p.mp·.n Mr. 'Brunker acting as auctioineeoor:.. .Plans of thle-o ound wero ,distributed to thiel peoplo, thoeCa i otitiorii was--deryespirited for)'J a while. Tihe section mnarke. B ai .co taining 62 and 74 allo ezliti" wre st sold. Theo'igh?est pride pni?d'for c6rner alot- ." moents:was £.25, and.for tho-others £10. The . number and pricoes of allotments sold were as followst:--two at £25 cnach seven at £20; two at'?1;' two at £19I0-"0i'."i.x at £19; three at £18 10s; ; throe. at '~h ;i. three...

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MAITLAND. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

MAITLAND. - QIJAUTTER SESSTONS.i HIs H1-oxon Mr. Judge Simpson opened tihe above court onl Thursday last. Tihe following. harristers were present:-M?l ssrs. E. IRogerrs (who prosecuted for the Crown) R V Wisdoni~' 0. Coutts, and P. O'Keeffe. Arthur Wolland, for assaulting and rob ing.. George Peel, at Newcastle, was found guilty and senteniced to two yoears' hard labouir in Maitland gnol. . .. Alexander Lindsay, H-enry Icemp, Robert Jones, and Chalrles Thom~pson, for foi'ciblo entry tand assault, at Newcsstle, vero. bound over to appear at tlo:next Quarter 'Se·'ssions, on the application of lii'isonirs' solicitor wiho stated'tlat tlheir counsel:(M.r;~Visdom) lhad thrown the brief up, tlirough 'beinig rdtaindd... in the counter case. Jacob Audet ,and Robert Shorwood, ifor assault, at Nowcastle, -s"bbiound dver tll! next Quarter Sessibns,onii tile application of,' Mr H.: Henry Levien. Susannah "Lanesbury::was lsentenced-to be, imprisoned in \Initlaud gaoLfor:three months, for stealing...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. QUOIT MATCH FOR £20 ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

Lastst EistfictS~~icC hft. (meOM OUlt VAiRTOUS COReRESPONDENTd.). LAMIBTON. QUOIT MATCH FOU. 420 ASIDE. : Il'niE quoit imnatclh?botween, . HI-endcrsn;-.of 'Greta, And Thomas Robson, of WVallsend, came off!on Saturday aInst, at ?ir. R. Cairn'~, Labioitltr Aims I Tbhi.sinatcih ! I l eo 1-okl0cl foriard to:withl gr?ant interest b t?ile numerous Iadmirers of the game, and lvasioexj~efeadcto be well contested. Mir. aOnirnashas spared neither ,trdiblo'nor c'penso, toinail?c t,|1% grpundit' play u~Pon, ]uR'iiB ~i~it~ it' donlva covered it all with ashes, and it was-in'a very good condition considering the hloavyb?rains: The disthnce playedr was twenty one ya:ds with 4?l?. qu'oits. Messrs. D Boeverago-e andl R. I-enrderson were appointed utnpires; ' and did tlih'pleg-showing business, with Mt:.... Lanlgloy 'as refoe.. 'eiBt thlae game was so agreeably carlrid out that this gentloimn n's services Were never .reqniired. lcssrs. Mi t D]uiliam, W. Scott. nad T. Poele, nactedasi scorers. 1Hender...

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Municipal Intelligence Waratah Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874

n Council. c~rorouow rraipondcst.) Tnl h usunl .r ft t etl ing of the ablove tool: ,'othidilcoo:placb on M[onday eveni.ng. P'rese?;'? 'l, h·M'M 3y Aldermen . \Voods, HIlalrpe;, 'M ichae3l II, Joanes, ind Want son. ,M;iniites of previons meeting read andl cotilnfimllcd. COIIIRES'ONI)ENCE. A letter fronm Mr. ,?.hrwnz was'receivell andd refeared toOvcrseer OrL Ir'epoit, onl tle -ietioin.- f Aldlbornii ^\oodll, siccoiled by .Alderman Jaimes.-Froein u M'r: tS jlle llif in reftrence to is i account. Alderman \Woods ,nmoved " Th~it, thl Coiincil Cler|k write to ilMr. Stepiheis and i??fprii.him that ?4wisoon-1i'the' "'rly loe accol rding to thle irrnngemnelnt. miade between him and. the- Couneil; and certified lby the alermnan who was, specially appointed to snpgrinltnezi thei wo'rk, 1lhe nc co-nnlt wouln be.paid."- An vmendiment was moved by Aldernamin itcNichIae], and seconddrl by Alde"rnin ~Vlats.or., " That the acconot be pmid, providing thlt! th Overseer certifieos tiat ithe worklc is ...

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