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THE EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

TIIE'L'XPIORING £.tlWDITION. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the 'Royal Society of Victoria, held in Melbourne on Monday evening last, Dr. MhAcAAJr said that the last oninmunication he had received front the exploration party was dated.theo17tli September, from Parka, on the Mur rumbidgee River, and was as follows : " We are now on the road from Balranald to the Darling, and have just passed Parkaa Mr. Mlorriss's station, where we received every assistance. I have left some of the stores behind at Balranald, and-I have taken on two and a half tons of flour. A list of the stores will be forwarded by next post. 1 have directed Cole the'waggoner, the bearer of this letter, to wait upon you, and he will inform you of the particulars of our progress. lie is a very intelligent man and has been of great service to me. I hope to reach the Darling within the next 10 days, and it is my intention, If I can, to take on the baggage by means of hired carriage to lMeninda, which is habout 70 mi...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

ef- " il i CSIif the Zititch. Thoe country papers begin'to. notify the "oommencement`of the snake se?son :-"Yester day,'.' says the. Bendigo Advertiser of Saturday, "as Mr. Egan, of the Harp of Erin store, was walk ing on the ranges lbehind Mrs. Hamilton's hotel, Myers' Flat, two black snakes rushed out at him. He succeeded in killing them both with his boot, and when measu?ed one was found to be six feet, and the other six-feet three inches in length." The Castlemaine Advertiser, of the same day, has the following:-" Yesterday afternoon, a brown snake, measuring upwards of five feet in length, was brought into our office by Mr. Hughes. He stated that it had beea killed that day by a carter this side of Harcourt, and that- immediately after it had been killed it measured nearly, six feet, but had since shrunk. These reptiles are becom ing very numerous, and partiestravelling through the bush should be careful." M*r. Highett, has been re-elected, without opposition, to represent the ...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

S ORD.En S OF THE DAY. Thie Chairnan brought up'thd'epdrt of the Comiittee appointed to: inspect slaughter houses, and; in accordance with notice, sroved itat the first riecommendiation' of the' ComZ nittee, urgm' lhat lntnediit ieaenrres be taken to enforce thelstrict carrying out of3ye-. law 44=-be at once instituted. Cr. Mson,; although a member of the Com mittee had been unable to joji': them on thie day a'ppointdd for inspecting` the laightcrin'g houses of the town; but he had .made it his business to visit.them .all ?that day,silthough raining all throngh, adn ho h -hd foid.,tliat "since the Commfittce nadbeenround, most of the llaces cbmplained of -is bhimg in a filthy state, had been thoroughly cleansed. :'With reference to. Mr. Bayes's establishthent, he no ticed several times, when passing itf'nd'the adjoining houses, an aboniinable asmell, but, upon takingthe.bearngs of -the-stench;-he found that three-fourths.of it came from Mr.: Crickmer'i piggery.. _ & . - The ...

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General Statement, shewing present Liabilities on the New Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

General S etens ewneing presen iabilit es on th :" N e dw In stitu tfe. . . : - Amount pail onaccountof Buildingg.- . i50, 0 0 icrchibt tect 3 06 Lensesaying founda-;yng " d srance on buding & ino contracts; - .43 10Y 0 -'-archuitect` 17`3 6 £1245 4 1 Amonnt of o .iginal ontrac . £1042 0 0 I traseon do 14310 election by balitots commission membe of Commite in3 6 Watkin foundatiostone sell, mit, s ceBalesan Pwer, andKe- wer:declared duly0''5 elected..:oint Treasure-s seonded, "meeThatin then proceeded to hearty thk electionf members of the Comnstitteute be forwarde in those room of those haveti so kindly lectu. r. Wadurtkin,g the sspre Sent ibsession." Thel, SmprpositionLas celles Powrrier, and errweredccclamation.lared duly elected . ........... - r. Fisher esidentoved, and Mpportu. ison,J.P.,con seconded, "That the hearty thane preks f th members: of the Institute be forwarded to sthise gentlemen mho have so hindly lectured during the present session." The. proposition was ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

,-tobler S-Fortuie, brig, Walhb from S?dney Miami; bnqre, Stafford .from Sdn, Dogla"S, eebr ros, from e a, c i iyinn, from ,~ewvcastlc -; (Yfl O er' scbr., Logan,. fomRver Do tod barque. Liqdsay, from N cawestle Indo, baiquco, IckinnonNg ca le;Mercuy bri; Tilloc from Launceston, Vilhelniric; b .iarqn from' 1o. ,SKong; Black Swan; str.;r Wo-ds, froit -Inance. t -o Ootbc'er - l eiangatara, m., I -' 1 ney.--Ariel;. schri White frbm -ielsoa; Queen, str, LucIsafroimPo?rtlia ;-S6cim sclir., Jiamicoou, from Newcastle ; City oE Bobarf, st. from Hobart Totra,;Prhite iPatrick, schir, Archer,,fronm LeS October 7-Abley, schr., Crochet, from Cirelar Headl Tims e auad Trotl'h a rque, S'ter, from N er, Scastle; Lois, brig, Le-wis, fium Ilauritis, Itb Augmstoe;_ , bRie, rsh.? -, fri - do iOctob S-olch-dster, -br; cotts ro ']ide; bMIario,and elle, barque from.Calcutta, Mth July; Alding, str., Stewiart-:from??Grenock 29th Tune.. - W"etober 9--O eostr,. -\ItrL nerpl frG lnAd da, SGodewffry; stiip, fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

Willianstown Company, of' the Volurileer Naval Briade 1YNjfBIBERc are requested to take Notice that Jl`, L :the DRILLS, for the-current indnth (October) vill beheld s follow: . r0sdaiy 16th, at 7 p~m:, in th Athiens1i: Friday, 9th, at 4 p-ioh',' boa'rd tle Block ship Saturday, 0th, 3t 7 i .... in the Athein . Thursday,.25th, at 7 p.n,, , r 1Friday 2t6that p.m., onboaudtheBlockh7 tA u shp : e.- ay .... , p-tm; . in the At??aiem .m Teoirers "ai 1ease to appar in ...... t t.: By order,: Hi3 J., S. 3 %ACENIE, Hon. Secye Headstones:: PAVING ONE with 6 and 8 Pitcheirs, at Gs. per yard. "': "Apply to Johh Owens;,.Clark-sfre?t. hear the Napier Hotel, iNort Wililmstdowra ; or 'to"r-:' Curri e, quarryman, -Thompson-street:' The Photographic Arti : Y'JOHN GAUL, No. 112, Douglas parade,; PHOTOGRAPHY. . ARTIST 8C";,. BEGS respectfully to aequaint the inhabitants of S Williamstown and its ricinity, that he bhas n oiw finished the erection of a spacious glass-house :for the practice of the above a...

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To the Committee of the Mechanics Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

To th. Committeeof the Mecnica'.l sttittet, G, ?,TLI. -ibeg- .to c ??.aeej~:nnity that .iring the last montthhe ndermnenti?ined .? hio' beeh ýe, eivded,.Viz Sub? riptions-Meobets .:. £8 12 0 1 Asisociates' 4 0 0 liredf room 318 0, Lectures.. 2 18 6 Ball ... ... ... 9 17 0' Dinneri . 319 6 £33 3 9 Underneath I furnish the assets and liabilities of the institute to the close of. September. A defi ciency will be observed of £20,8s. 7d:; ,by deduct ing, however, £20 from Mr. Morgan's account, and '£I5 paid for-lamps (amounts properly-chargeable to the Building-Fuund) a surplus of £15" would'be found,, contrasting very favourably with :the defi ciency of £97 15s. 10d. at the. commencement of the session,. :..: -. -- - It will now devolve on the Committee to provide annually the suni of £45 to cover interest on the sum to be borrowed to pay off-the remaining part `due to the contractor of the. building, and I very. .earnestly recommend that in addition to thde above mentioned sum a furthe...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

WIJAMsTOws MECHA\'ICS' INSTITrUT An entertainmcnt, entitled "An Evening with Hood and Dickens," was given on the evening of Thursday last, in the hall of the Institute, by Mr. Hill, Professor of Elocution. Mr. Ellery occupieddthe chiurnr There *was" a mo derately good att?fdaicc, most of the otta bilites of te' towil beine p'pýcnt: t. ,fr.- .Iili mmencci yT-r-ynefiy sketching the Life of Hood and proceeded to speak of his produc tions, mentiohing the "Song of the shirt," and "Eugene Aranm" as a proof of ]:is genius; the latter piece thle lecturer recited with consider able 'power aid nducht th?~e satisfaction of the audience. IHethen! went on to review the second portion of his subject--Dickens, and read the .celebrated trial scene, Bardell v. Pickwick. Mr. Hill, as SergeantBuifuz, for nearly an hour kept the assemiblage in a con tinual roar of laughter, and when he concluded by depicting.the indignatione of Mr. Pickwick at the verdict of the jury, the -applause was loud -and. lig:'...

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Friday, 12th October, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

Friday,, 12t October, 186Q. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) 6Henry Hunt was charged ,by the police with a breach of·iBye-law? No: .2 of the Muni cipal Council, iti riding his horse: across one of the public footpths. The offeeice was ad fiitted, and the' defendant admonished upon p'ayriient of costs. A: r. Crickner was clharged with ' breach 'fJ Bye-law No. 12, in allowing his pigs to.be at large, and was fined 5s. and costs of Court. SMr. Brodie ivas fined 5s. for allowiilg his chimney to become so foul as to take fire., - Mr. Booker summoned ' m,?i, inamed Gib soni, for the illegil detention of 40 tons stone. His Worship considered that this charge did not come under the Towns' Police Act, and the case (fouinded upon a breach of one of its clauses) wes therefore dismissed. .SMALL DEBTS.- DECISIOS. Ward v: Cooper; 'defenidant to pay 1 13s. Gd.aind: coats. Wilson v. Knevitt;'defendant. to pay £7. .10s. lind costs.

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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF LECTURES AND ENTERTAINMENTS. The Committee of the Williamstown Mechanics' Institute [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

EPOR T OiiF TE IRECTOR o LEmrnus AND Thi CoimitC e f Z h WWiimnstior w Mechamnics' Institute.' GE?Tsrn;r -With-reference to 'the' Lecture and EntertainmentIDepasitnidrit of the Institute, which I have elie ho5our to superintend, 1 beg to report as follows:-- - .That, on my appoinitment tonmy preseiit office, i, in accordance with the wishof :the Comiittee,, immediately took steps-to -organize--. fortnightly -ourae of Lectures. After some little trquble and 'seiviceis sef e ' aL-talented jgntleimen t6~'iictire on ?arious popular aidliriterestiing4subjects.`'As he'public seemedt ? b pptciate the en7eiidvors of the Committee-in this respect bytheirlarge attend ance at the tb'o firstte'ctures of thecourse, it was decided.jthat. they should.beh. contiiiueed -ekl This, as you are aware, has been' effeted resulting n o e ucesd" " u . The-follow"ing is a list of thelectitresdelijirfi up to date, with the estimated number of persons presen?i on chl occasion.:-_ July,l2- Dr. Macadahr, MvLL.A....

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WILLIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

WILLIAMISTOWN, MECHANICS' INSTI The hallf)early inkhtinjfof the members of this Iustititute was held on the eveninm of Mfonday last; the chai'ibeingoccuipiediby the president, RL. J. Ellery, Esq., F.R.AS. The Secretary (Ir.; Lawson) read tho min utes of the: previous meeting, which were co? firmed, as also the following reports, which were unanimously adopted : . ALF+-YEARLY" REPORT. _ The Committee of the Tilliamsfoiwn Mechanics' Inistitiutelhave the hbiioii to report, a. follows : That the financial position of the Institute as (will be "evlident from the. Treasurer's report) is in a highly sitifactory condition, om-iig in a measure to Captain Freyer's handsoinm donation,' and also tothe sucessful`esislt `fthb Soirge in connection with the opening of the new building when the ladies of .Williamstown exhibited in so substantial a:manner theiP interestiin'the Institute. By the Report of the -Directoi of Lectures and Euntertainments, it, will be seen that the W.inter Course of Lectur...

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Thursday, 11th October, 1860. (Before Lieutenant Crawford, P.M., and J. K. Freyer, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

. Thursday, 11th- October, 1860. (Before Lieutenant Crawford, P.M., and J. K. Freyer, Esq., J.P.) John Williams, an elderly looking man, ws. charged by Sergeant -Hadl with being drunk' on the p-revious night, and was admonished and liberated upon his promising not to do so; agann. 'Tlointis.Hand was charged on warrant with Ann Ilnnd; I t'h~eir `ihus,,ifi on.:theirevioiis day.r The word-'s iorh- to having been uised by defendant were " Ill have your life, if I am hunk for. it on the gallows." U Complainant swore positively' that she was'in bodily tear ot nor nusoano, wuo nua beaten her very.badly. The offence was proved by a man, named iBarker. . Mr. Crabbe, for the 'defence, urged that there was no proof whatever that complainant was the party to whom the words were ad dressed. The B]eich said there was not the slighte~ t doubt but that the threat was madeo by the defenrdant to his'-wife; he was, therefore, bound over'to keep the peace-for six months, himself'in the sum of '30; and ...

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Wednesday, 10th October, 1860. (Before Lieutenant Crawford, R.N., and J. K. Freyer, Esq., J.P.) LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

S TPednesdai, lOn .October, 1860. (Bef6ore LieuteniLant Crarford, RN;, and J. K. F':: ?eyer, Esq., J.,)31!) . ) LUNACY. John Angold was charged with being in an unsound state of nind. Tlei police stated that ,the, nan .was in the watch-house and that he was-totally infit :to apper iii Court. -Dr. Wilkinsi'md IWDr Maclean were in at tendan fiaind state'd that they had examined the man, whom they belieed to,beminsane; John Buter landlord of the Barkly, Arms Hot, ?wore' '.'I? kn-ow the prisoner; yhoe ie ;behen ving:ta t ij hoe:the;laslthree years, diiringbieih time 1 :never sawii :hiiiwhat I cinsidered to be drunk. Carit. Fseyer Wh'it state should 'a na be in to be -what yoe consider really drunk I Sergeant ~ all-Have 'yoiu ever seen him forrseve consective ights whit may be fairly termed half-drunk I a, . Witnes-N6 I ha've not hIe took, ass of, beer occasionally ,; bit:,he w hs ,snot what nightl be called drinkard ; he 'a ship cair -pentier liy trade, an'd his lately Been jobbing abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

-T he Wonder of-the World:!. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS This. great tHousehold Medicine ranks among the leading necessaries of life, as it is well known "tb the world 'that it cures many complaints other. reiiedies cjnisot reach, this fact is as well establish cil as the Sunlights the World. Disorders of the Lf5er'and Stomach Most peisons will, at sombe prio. df their lives, 'sutir trom indigestion, deranghment of ;their' iver, stmiiach; or Tbo&els, which if. not' quickly reipvred, freluetl'settles itio a daderous ifnessi. It is well' kiown in India, and other trdpical climiates<' that Hollotcays Pills isthe oilyremiedy that c3A. be relied upon in iuchl 'ci.es. Almost every soldier abri?d carries a box of these pills iji his kiapialck. ln EnglKnd most iieions kniow that these Pills. will.cure them whenever the liver, stoiii oi, or iowelP are out of order, Ondthat thiy need no physicin. Weaiiness and Debility. .Such 'as may suffer from weakness or debility, or where there is...

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MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 9th October, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

" K?., NICIPAIL COURT. us...T day; 9th October, 1860.: (Before T· Mason_. Esq. J) , P SJom.CroXer.was summonediby:the-police for ,rermitting his swine to wander at large upon hle public ,sreets; being a breach of Bye law..o. 12 of the Minicipal Council. :.Defendant said thatthe pigs had 'aicidei tally escaped out of the yard, just'as his ser vant had opened the dodor huit that they were niow in close confinerient, uinder sentence of -death, and wouild bekilled in a day or two. His Worihilp caitionied ir Croker against allowing his swine to appear again in the pub lic streets, andorderedhin- to pay the costs of Cbilrt whtich reques' wis at once complied witb. r - . a liahistown,.appeared to answer .the comiplint of Capt Rufflefor' having on the` night of the 3rd of October dani ,edhis: roperty by re nimving six pickietsout'of'a fence beloii g to him in Yirra-street- the .di'age6 estimated at 2s. CX 4i - Mr.-Pentland appeared for defendant ; Capt. Ifie conducted ois own:case., " Patri...

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The Committee of the Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

The Committee of the Mechanics' Institute GENTLMEN, ,--I have much pleasure in reporting for your. information that the Library has been cousiderably increased during the past six months, no less than 200 volumes being presented to the. Institute by.the undermentioned donors:- . : Messrs. Usher, 51; Davis, 29 ;-lnnes, IG; El-, lery,14; Inglis, 14; Mlaclean, 13; Litchfield, 12; Thompson, 11; IM. Suffren, 10; Rev. J. Clark, 7; Scott. 5; Cairncross, 4; Seddon, 3; Lawson, 2; Musika, 2; McGillivray, 2; Greenaway; 2; Ro-. bertson, 1; Scott, 1; McCallum, 1. ' The Library now numbers 940 volumes, exclu sire of the British Magazines received by each maiL In accordance with your desire, I have had 200 Catalogues of the works printed for the con venience of members, and as the chare for one of them o is only sixpence, I. anticipate they.will be readilyldisposed of. It issatisfactory to be able to state that the Li brary has beentaken advantage of. to a large ex tent, upwards of 1000..books hav...

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Friday, 12th October, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N., J. K. Freyer, and Thos. Mason, Esqs., J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

* .'r-aay, izt vuctooer, iLou. (Before Lieut. Urawford, RN., J. K. Freyer, and Thos. Mason, Esqs., J.Ps.) Jaini sRiedddock was charged with being a stowaway orn board the Royal mail steamer Salsette from King George's Sound. : Defendant admitted:the charge, and was remanded a week to give the police an oppor tunity of making inquiries'respeting his an ;te'cedents.. i :.. SHORT PROVISIONS AT SEA. . . . Pendltoyn, master of- the ship Char lotte W. White,'of. the White Star lie 'of packets, , from -Livdrpool, - was.: cdmplained against br :Mr.Broad,Immigration Officer, for breaches lo f the 73rd: ection 'of the Iriierial Passengers Act, in not'complying with* the conditions of the contract ticket. Two witnesses were examined, aid proved that fromfi the 23rd July'to:the 9th October there was no pork to be got that could.be .eaten, that the butter was sour from the 6th of August to the end of the passage, that there had beeýn no suet from the 10th of Septem ber to. the remaidnder of:the ...

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Poetry—Original and Select. No. 6. SONG OF AN UNSUCCESSFUL DIGGER Tune—"The Bonnet so blue." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

odifltl- Ori inal aid Sglert.   SONG OF An UNSUCCESSFUL DIGcGER Tune-"The Bonnet so blue." [Like its predecessor this selection is of a humnor ous character, portraying the feelings of the dig. ger, whose castles in the air were to soon to be found illusory. It is composed to the fine old Scotch tune, " The Bonnet so blue." The song commences abruptly, but this is explained by the circumstance that the first verse in the original manuscript is so illegible that I am unable to pre. sent it in a readable form to your readers. That the writer himself experienced all the vicissitudes of a goldseeker's life is very evident by the piece under reference. Only such a one could have so accurately depicted life on the mines in the exciting days of '52 Happily in '60 digger-hunting is no longer the cheap amusement provided for the "gen tlemen in blue."-- Ignotus] From London I straight took my way, To Australia my fortune to make, Where nuggets are found. Scattered over the ground...

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BOOK POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

- 5BO~IKAiOS'TAGE Mfbe'book }post system hanbten, extended to the United Kingdom, India, Ceyloi, Mauritius, Hong Kong, Malta, .Gibraltr, .New South WVales, South A ustralia, Tars e e ' New :Zealand,; andl Western Not exceeding 4o. ?i 068 Above 4oz. and' not cceeding 8 .. 1 0 Above Soze and ndt ex?cee?inglib. .. 2 Above lib. aind dnt exceeding lb . 0 Above Tlb. and ?not exceeding 21b. ... 4 0 A: A id s On, i lddg I?s. for each aditional jb. or fraction of lb.- up to S1ib .: .O TE eSu'rIi KLreODiio .. i ?;.? -i"iiE ::.. liot hxceeditg igz. ox 8 Above doze andnotexceedi g So . ... 1 .4 Above Soz. and not exeedie" Ib. . 2l 8 Above llb. and not exceeding 14Ib.. - .,4 "0 Above Tlb .shndnot exceeding 2Ltb. '- .. 5 4 -And so on, adding Is. 4d. for each additional. lb or fraction of alb. up to Slb. : : All postages mustbe prepaiid.. r

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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

jLETTEER BRATES OF -,OSTAGE . exceeding oz: andi'notexceding lo1.. *.'120 Fxceedingu loz andl not exceeding :2. ;' .; 0 :Exceeding "oz. and not kiceeding or. ., . 3 0 And 'evry ounce 'or fraction' of.?an- ounce;, one shilling additional . " . '. Neospaper, each . -mt::.?? TO THEix MIxEl f t GDDso VIA MAEaEXLES Fren ih jiate n addit.n;o tte abote.: . Uo'd4er.?. -. ?d each additional.

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