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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

POLICE. Tun HATPT MAX-A romantic proof of the old adngo that " tho courao of true lovo never did run smooth," was given at tho C.P.O. at the hearing of the great as- sault, and battery case, Forbes v Forbes, boforo tho P.M. Mrs Louisa Forbes, n, charming feminine, ss all feminines are, blushed, and courtcsicd to his Worship, at the in- stance of Mrs Margaret Forbes, to answor why and wherofôro sho had by threatening languago placed (ho timid- Margarot in "bodily fear;" both ladies aro tho happy wives of ono twice happy man. Mr Forbes, it appears, by monns of a few planks nailed togethor, somo years since, found his way to this colony, and, being at tho time like Mujor Yolvortou, " a man of masculino beauty, and engaging manners," was not long in select- ing a lady with whom to shnra his heart and his purse. He married, and sweetened with hymonial honey, his life glided on in tho onjoymont of every domestic felicity. But, nias I for earthly happiness, tho oven ténor of Mr F^B conjuga...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

To the Editors of ReWs Life in Sydney. GKNTXIÎMEN,-Although tho romurks m a certain lotter on orickot signed " Supornninerary" wero a good deal levelled nt mo, I should not havo thought it worth while to notice thom, wore it not that tho object of tho writer seems to havo boon to injure mo in jour oyes as a relia- ble reporter, nnd BO do mo considerable injury. Unless this bo tho case ho would novor havo singled mo out in tho way ho did. If I was picked out, at a member of the Albert Club anxious to write the said fraternity into notoriety, through my report of tho " Ball ¡" what can bo said of the gentlemen who performed tho same duty for the daily journals ? My account of tho dancing ar- rangements -nos nothing to theirs, hoth of vrhioh, I thought, flnttcrod tho Alberts not a little too inuoh. I'm not going to giro this " Supernumerary" much to reply to. I learo to some ono moro versed in cricket than myself tho task (no doubt cosy enough) of answer- ing his questions ; and conten...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Meaara Burt and Co. report the auppllca during tlievreek havobcen Tar ahort of ino den-and», and the few country lou oflured hnvo consequently Rone oil" ni i;oocl prlcea. A lot Of IO at the Camper- down Sate yanis on Tuoatlny, went from £9 to £31 each; In bred by H. Madg. ry, Esq. overawed £15; 3 lots of draught from Kiama and Wollongong varied, fruin £10 to £311 i about 50 ii-ferlor and common liortea have been purchaacd for ahlpment to New Zealand at prlcea varying from £S to £8. ..- , ; Mr Charlea llarryn reporta the aalea thfa week have been almoat altogether limited to the rtlapoaal of auch atock na was already in the market, as Very few frcah horaea have arrived ; on account of, the scarcity of rcAllyirood horaea tho general run of price* olitalned are from £3 to ÜÍA.attli.'tígWa aunenar'deaorlptlon of horse, readily retch a higher figure' The supply of every kind of atrong uaeful hones ia extremely limited, though there exista a steidy demand for them, an...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

BVDNXV MAHEETS, FRIDAS. WHOLESALE rttiCBa. Wnívr,<í*fr1lr>7*0d per hmhel: Hour, £lS-to £10 per ton; now rnalzi», 4« Od t 4,3*i old «lo.UaOJ IIIOM Kii^lish burley, 8« 0*1 to 10* .capa tin 6i per Imihcl ; hay, oaten, £9t Iticomn, £5 lus to £ö Oi pur tim : buller, Is ; clísese, ort j-to Od ; bacon Oil to Bil per )b \ Ki-* la Bl to 2i M per dozen i fowl«, 2% 6d ti 3s (k1 per cntipl« i i wt» ti »es, £5109 per toni fal pi*« 4«! per pound; beef,4o* * inutlon, 53 per otrt t Tlhloi. 5s tu 17« ; tnbacell, 1» 21 tit 1 n 6d prr Iii, best quality. Lucarne «ead 1* <t par lb. retail ii ; perennial rod clover ditto ditto t >vhlto Putch, 2< Gd rer lb ¡ »tatton mid mlxea tf.afcflcs 2«6dpAr ibf «orxhuia iaccharatumf6d porlb*i seed eau 3» Od ta 4B pot bushel. FBKRI4 ANDSON,Coramtealon Agents.

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RIOTS AT BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

RIOTS AT BURRANGONG. . On Moiidoy evening tho following telegram was re- ceived at this office :- " Yass, 0 p.m. " Fearful riot to-day (Sunday) at Lambing Flat. Tho members of tbo Longue burned and destroyed everything belonging to tho Chinese, and robbod and ill-usod thom. I will send full particulars by Tuesday night." Captain Zouch and the mounted patrol started from here for Lambing Flat yosterday morning. "? > The following is from our Sydney correspondent t "Monday afternoon. " I presumo that you will bo by this timo in full pos- session of the news from Burrangong. A telegram re- ceived by tho government announces that a * roll up ' of two thousand Europeans had taken place ; thnt thoy had driven off the Chinese, burnt thoir touts, cut off thoir toils, and otherwise maltreated them ; and that they had then proceeded to Back Creek and driven tbo Chinese from that placo. Tho Chinamen woro boing rationed by Mr Roberts, at tho request of tho rcsidont commissioner. Mr Cloete an...

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THE SIEGE OF PENRITH. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

. THBVSIEGE'OF-.PENRrrn:. ("From our own Correspondent.J We peaceable J'enrithians aro just emerging from a military crisis, which commenced with the arrival of the Mail steamer and the BÜver bugle, and terminated "on Sunday at 10 n.m. I had always a tolerable idoa'of tho menning of "a house being turned out of window," bufun til now I confess I had no notion of the pleasure of seeing a whole town subjected to'the exciting process. The pre- paration» made for the " bugle presentation " were, as MoiiHiuur would say, magnifique. The sacrifice of porker and poultry life was ¡inmenso, to say nothing a hecatomb of fat hooves, with an adequato massacre of mutton." On Kriday oroning we had n " bugle ball," n very brilliant atl'air, at wln'eh "gallnnt men and fair women" gave unmistakeablo ovidenco of their devotion to Terpsi- chore, by "keeping it up" until old Sol looked in upon their revels, unit reminded them of the necessity of pre Earing for the " great event" of the day. The advanced...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

TO SEITLEES, STOEEKEEPEBS, & SHIPPERS. POBTER, Guiuoss's XXX Dublin Stout, genuino ; Whiskey, Kinahan's colebrated Dublin LL, wood and bottle, (superior to any palo brandy.) Bum, Old Jamaica and Demornra, warranted. Also a dioico stock of Wines, Spirits, Boors, &o., in and out of Bond, alway» on hand. 1 8AGE, MIELEB & CO., 262 62, Now Pitt-street North. INGER WINE (direct importation), from tho cele- brated Scotch house of A. Curio and Son, Kirk- caldy } nlso, puro Highland Mnlt Whiskey, in octaves and quartors. SAGE, MILLEB, and CO., 52, New Pitt-Btreut._*_523 TO POUNDKEEPEBS AND Ol'JIEBS. BBANDS belonging to tho OBAGIN STATION, adjoining AVarinld« I Horse Stock-OB near ribB or rump ; also, rjQ near rump. ! Cattlo-CB off ribs and numbor on rump or thigh. 1 The old horse stock have other brands bosidos the station brand. ' H. B. LABATT, 1 Gragin, Fobruary, 20,18001 ' - 313 ' IMPOBTANT NOTICE. «>HOTOGBAPHS of ovory description oxoeutod in the best stykyat p...

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VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

TIOTOBIAK TURF STJBS0BÏPÏION' BOOM. MONDAY.-Owing to tho occupation of tho room by tho committee of tim Jockey Club up to half-pnst nine o'clock, the non-professional members of tho Subscrip- tion Boom wore tired of wailing, by tho timo the labours of tho X. J. O. were nt nu end ; BO that the assomblago on Monday evening, when the betting business commenced, uns ivull nigh con fined to the " riñe," fiiv" nnd except, a few »>f tho committee of the. iTockoy Club, Thin dualling of tho two bodies should bo avoid jil, if possible; mid wa see no difficulty in the war, 'ililli tin.-TO ure other rooms in the Bull and Mouth Li-jiol Ih'Mtlui flint which is used by tho mombprs of tho Turf >Su'»«:,riplit)ii Boom. Referring to tho business of hist Mi¡:i-l:iy, ivo di.I not heur of a Binglo bet on the Two Thou--iiul, though (he announcement of tho arrivul of Midnhjli' ii U'oliaon's .Hoy was the eua for sovoral j doubla ovonts, In «¡iinh tho South Australian «hampton ' waa 'selected for tho G...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

Foüii OIHXDHKC AT A Bruin.-One of my olil neigh boura w as W. B., n poor laboring nun. Beturning from tho plough ono autumnal ovoiiiug mid wending his way towards his humble cottage, ho was informed by nil his neighbours na ho passed along Hint his wife lind .just been conlinod of four children-all at ono birth ¡ while Bomo of the inore jocoso among his imforrunnts would add, " you might as woll hnvo made up tho half-dozen W. R." Tired in body and "stagnated" in mind with -wlmt ho lind just heard, poorB. readied howe to And nil true. His wifo, whom ho had left a litllo poorly in tho morning, had within tho last two hours added just four to the family number, nil girls, and ench one of course, "the very picture of her daddy." Tho children throvo amazingly, and Mrs ft. found that although abare couple of twins may be thought a littlo of, yet to have firo couples of twins was a thin" of some importance. Rich visitors from far and nenr railed at tho cottage daily, and leaving fomo thing...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LiTERAlix Mista.-Tho reading world wiU be de- lighted to hear that by mnny of our leading statesmen, the Parliamentary recess has been converted into a season of " learned leisure," and that nmongst othor important additions to our literature, the folloiihig will shortly appear :-Mr Lucas's long looked for, and much needed translation of tho works of the Chinese philosopher Con- fucius with tho Aboriginal tongue, will soon be in tho hands of tho printer. Wo understand that the manuscript has been submitted to Professor Wiuglo tho eminent Nali\e philologist, who after a careful perusal of tie work, has emphatically pronounced it " bail gammon um. worry budgeree." Mr D. Buohanun* is preparing for tho oponmgol tho Royal a thrilling trndegy in five nets, en- titled The Democrat's Doom ; or the Full of Humbug I Report speaks highly nf the literary merits of this great domestic woik-its peifect originality-its power ot lan- guage-its startling pictures of political dep...

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SINGLETON RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

SINGLETON BAOE& [BYEMCTRIO TiUHHurn:.] Freer DAX-, "WEDNKSDAT. Fint Ba«e.-A 11A1DEN PLATE of £160, for »11 lionas that hare nover won an advertised prize or other publio money over £20 at the timo of entrance, (with refcronoo to 2 year olds, as allotrcd by tho 3rd clause of tho Bulee) j one event, one mile and a half ; waight for age. The winner to receive £120, the - second hors« £20, and the third £10 of the prizo. En- tronco, £12 ; qualification, £3, "which will qualify the samo horse, during the meeting. u, Lorler'a eh g Talleyrand, 4>rs. 1 Wyndham'» b R HermHan, 4 yr». 2 Seoond Race.-PATRICK'S PLAINS PTJKSB of £75, with a Bwcepjlakos of £5 each ; hnlf forfoit of svroeps ; for horses of all nges ; heats, two milos. Tho »weeps to go to the eecond horso. UrSlnclc'ii gBmi Boll,ojed .Cumming« I 1 Ivory's o g Marquis, Syr«. 3 Z S noons DAY, TIITJBSDAY. Match for dBlOO n-sido. 1 milo. "Weight for ago. Mr Ivory'» c m l'lyinc Doo'...'.. 1 Slngle'i a g Bon bolt.:.- 3 First Rac...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JULY 6, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JULYS, 1861. TUB speeches which follow the dessert at a pub- lic dinner naturally betray the influences of daintv dishes and generous wine ; and ore in general more remarkable for wit than wisdom. Nothing more disposes an Enalishman to he philanthropic than a good dinner. Under its b»nign influence the miseries and misfortunes of life are eithpr wholly forgotten, or become so modified that the banqueter is almost induced to consider the suf- ferings of his fellow men as 'merely visionary, and to infer that, because he himself is enjoying the good things of the world, society generally must be in an equally felicitous condition. It must have been under some such influence that fir JOHN YOUNO recently addressed his enter- tainers at West Maitland, in a speech, which has created no little astonishment throughout the colony. The occasion on which that speech was delivered was essentially a festive.one, and theie fore Sir JOHN was'probably justified in cont...

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FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE OF THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, Heir apparent to the Pesrage of Avonmore, TRIED BEFORE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE MONAHAN, IN THE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

*"""VOLIi THaPORT[OV THE EETEAOEaiWAEY^H^EÎ&GO' CASE Oï TUB HON. M A J O ft YE L V E R T O IM, Heir-apparent io the Pasrage of Alanmore, '" taiED HSPOHB LOAD CHIEF JUSTICE MONAH AN, IK" TUB COURT 03? COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, Trom Thursday, Feb. 21if, to Monday, March 4M,-1801. JOHN TnutwAn -v, Inn HON. MAJOR YJUTKBTOCT. MB. WHITESIDX'B SFBEOU. CConchtded-fronr our last.) Was that a voyage up the Rhine, gentlemen I JNO. I call on jou to believe thnt what lie there rofe» to was tho marriago ceremony in tho church at Rostrevor. " I told you tho ovent wo fear could be avoided, nnd you certainly cannot doubt that it is equally unwelcome to in« ni it con bo to jon ¡ but if Hie future proies that I hnvo been deceived by others, Unit will not absolvo you from your failli, tho which if you break w ith ino, you will never from that moment have even one of tolerablo content during the rest ol'yonr life. If you do feel any love for me \ou nuist chango thnt resolution. If I depart this life...

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THE RING FIGHT TO COME. August 13. —John Bourke and Thomas Waterhouie, £200. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE RINfP , " FIGHT TO COME. ., Auguit 13.-John Bourke and Thoniu'Waterhouie, £2(10. BsNJtFiT op Jotra BoPiiKE.-Last ¡Aitunluy evening the Lyceum ¿gain opened its doora to the lovers of the manly art of sclf-doieuoo, on which occasion lii>url(e, who is matched to fight Waterhouse, nnuouiiced iv sparring exhibitiou for his' benefit, previous to going info active I raining. Whether it w11» that tim entertainment caine too soon nfter the one given by Bill Siiarkes, we cannot say, but curtain it is that the support accorded to Bourke wa» not of tho ehnractor wo bad hoped to BCO. There aro in Sydney'many admirers and patrons of tho Bing, nnd, on nu occasion such as tho oue under notice, we always Uko to seo them show out; for" they know thnt a largo amount of money is required to pay tho expenses of a long training such as must bo necessary to fit a man for tho i'opod arena, when a largo* stake depends on tho re- sult. Eor all theso reasons wo were much disappointed hy tho miserablo a...

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PEDESTRIANISM. PEDESTRIANISM AT THE COPENHAGEN GROUNDS, BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

PEDESTRIANISM. FEDESTRIANISM AT TUE COPENHAGEN GROUNDS, BALLAARAT. MR MOUNT AND JAMES JOSHUA rou ins BALLAARAT ATHIJÎTIO dum CHAIXENOJ: CUP.-It might hnve been imagined tluit the extraordinary excitement caused by tho " race for the championship " would for a time at least have thrown all other pedestrian enoountors into the shade, and thnt such a contest ns that between Mr Mount and Joshua for the Athletic Club Cup, would only hnvo attracted the attention of thoso im- mediately concorned in tho result. Such a thought, howeyer, if over conceived, must speedily havo been dis- pelled by the nppuorunco of Ballaarat on Friday, and tho unusual sccno of hustle it presented. Soon after two o'clock the cry of "now for tho nice," ^proceeding from tho "ribbon men " of tho low-back cara, showed what thoy_ thought in the mattor, and the number who ac- cepted the challengo as clearly proved that the jarvies wero not to ho disappointed.of their expected harvest. By tlirco o'clock Sturt-street wa3...

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CRICKET. MATCH TO COME. August 1. —Cundletown C. 0. v. Tlnoni C. C. THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

,' CEICIEET. ' MATCH TO COME. Augnit 1.-Cundletown C. 0. v. Tlnonl C. C. THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN". To satisfy tho doubts of many, and to allay tho curi- osity of cricketers generally, wo may stale that Mr B. W. Mallum, tlis agent of Messrs. Spiers and Pond, of tho Onfo do Paris, cmbarkod on board the Joddo on Tuesday last, bound for England for the purpose of arranging with tho AU England Eleron for thoir contemplated visit to Victoria. By our rocont adviocs from our fathor-land, we are assured Hint tho Eleven are willing-if not anxious -to visit the golden south, trusting to a repetition of their success in America and Canada j and as Mr Mullum has full power .to negotiate, and is moreover provided with tho necessary fuuds, wo may safely predict that, notwithstanding many real and imaginnry dif- ficulties, tho donizons of Victoria will witness more than, ono match betwoon our erickotors and the pick of all England. As a proof that an cloven from England really contomplato visiting u...

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NOTES ON HALLUCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

NOTES Oui HALLUCINATION. Of Into years mero hallucination has como to bo re- garded-us ontiroly consistent with reason; a Bimplo diieaBO, requiring tho trcatmont of the family physician, us much ns brain-fovur, or tho fracturo of a limb. Many groat minds havo boon subject to these delusions, and yet no ona susnoctcd them of, insanity. ' If the mind dwells long ana intensely on any object, thoro is always a tendency to clothe that idea, ni a visiblo form.. Bon Johnson told a friend, thnt ho lind, once spout a whole night watching n borda of Tartars, Turks and Catholics fighting around his aria-chair. Though tho impression was as vivid as tho real scono, ho attributed it to the right cause-an ovor-heatod imagination.. Olivor Crom- well, as hu lay stretohod on his couch, weary'and sleep- less, beheld a gigantic woman draw asido the curtains and proclaim to him that bo should . be tho greatest mun in England.' Doubtless, his own ambition bado tho phantom welcome Popo, when Buffering fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

i°0 Y A Ii VICTORIA THEATBE. GBAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE of the ' MARSH TROUPE OF JUVENILE COMEDIANS. Commencing at half-past two o'clock the ' . LEGENDARY SPECTACLE of . , , M.T¡nE ,N»AIAD -QUE-BN,. .. nnd the ndmircd Farce of BETSY BAKER. 'At Night -' . i THE NAIAD QUEEN, for the last time, and conclude with tho Farco of MY NEIGHBOUR'S WIFE, Box Ofllco open from 11 till 3. 691 REOPENING OF THE ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE. Grand Complimentary Bonofit to ME. J. WINTERBOTTOM, On TUESDAY NEXT^ OTK JULY. Tho following artistes will nppcar on the occasion : Or. H. Rogers, F. Howson, J. Howson, J. Levison; Messrs/Morton, Clifford, Wnlkcr, Oatlands Mrs Crosby, Mrs C. Jones, Mrs Morton, Mrs Griffith, Miss Liueoln, Miss King, and a full and efficient orchestra. Leader-Mr G. PEICK, who has kindly volunteered his services upon the occasion. Conductor-Mr J. WINTERBOTTOM. G89 COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT to PROFESSOR PAKKHR will tako placo nt tim School of ArtB, on MONDAY EVENING, proi iona to his dopui turo...

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REVIEW OF THE CRICKET SEASON '60, '61 To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

REVIEW OF 'PHIS CRICKET SEASON '00, '01 To the Editor of llclC'a Life in Sydney. I loft my ln»t letter -without finishing my remarks on the Intercolonial Match j a duty which I will now per- form before replying to the questions of your last week's correspondent " Supernumerary." Tho Melbourne team wero as you rumin-kod nt tho time, a workmnnliko lot of fine fellows ; and gnvo cvidenco of tho advantages derived from united practice ¡ hut I confess I was not struck very tremendously by thoir performances., I thought the bowling was quito such ns our men could havo played had they screwed thcmsolres up to it j es- pecially in the second innings ; and certainly tho field- ing was wild, whenever thoro was any unusual pressure. Makinson'» " point" was superb ; and I quita liked bia batting (though in this I am singular) better than any other. Bryant's howling I looked upon as the best of tho three, tho most varied, and most difficult to play. And now I fear I must tako a little of your v...

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