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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

MISCELLANEA. A New Pistol— His Royal Highness the Cotn nander-in-Chief recently received a deputation from he proprietors of a newly-invented American pibtol, iirliichbids fair to gnrniias in utility and fffective ?less, all previous inventions. 1 he pistol trill receive line charges at once, which can he delivered ^u-'? :cssively in twelve seconds. Cnrbinrs en lhe 8 m:e irinciple will contain twenty-five vhwtgw. Mr. Hnlsewoot!. egrnt of the niaiiufiicturvrs pad paten - ?oes. asHisted by Captain Bcllini-p, explained the lriuciple of the weapon to liiR Royal Highness, who ?xpreflBrn' himself «uch in favour. of tin- invention, uid ie commended that it be sent for trial to Colonels tlay and Dick son. respectively, commanding at Hythe ond Rnfield. We mny explain briefly that iie pietol consists of two barrvls one obov« the ither. Tlie lower tube contains tbe charges, which consist each of a conical bullet containing its own powder, hermetically enclosed by a copper cnpBtlle, filled rrit...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

TO ADVERTISERS: !- It is respectfuilyrequesied thai UidfifMBER ? 'OP INSERTIONS be tvritten on each Advertisement, or they will be continued, until countermanded, and charged actord inghj.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

LOCAL. AND DOMESTIC. Funious RmiND.— At the Police Office, on Wcd^ nesday, a youijg man named Pntriok Hill was sum. ; moned before the .Magistrates, charged uithnirwnsly ridinff throutrh the Dublic streets on Friday the 28th instant, thereby endangering tlie livos of tiie people, From the evidence of a constable ondiity in Briiibaiie Street, it appeared that the . defendant was soon galloping up the road at full speed, and shouting out a« if ho were cither driirik or mnd (most probably » slight touch of both maladies afibctcd him at tho tinie), arid barely giving time to persons passing alone to got out of his way. Tho defendant having nothing to plead in extenuation of his conduct, was. convicted, and fined £3, and, in' default of payment, was ordered to be imprisoned for one inontl). ChVUOE U^DEE JUt fiATTLE PEKVEilTXON AOTTr On Wednesday, at tbe Police Office, abuHook^river,. named James Smith, appeared before tlie Bench to answer an iufocmation wliicli had been filed against him...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

THE NORTH AUSmATTrVft.' ~ ips wrcffTTuksDA r, marcuai* 1957. ? -*- ? , — . — It is very much to bo regretted that the ministers were unable to carry their measure for the establishing of Municipal Corporations in tho country towns through the Parliament, recently brought, to a close, as many improve ments must now be delayed for another twelve months, or. perhaps for a longer period. In the meantime our streets are becoming worse aud worse from the incessant traffic, and will shortly be quite impassable for the wool teams, Wo refer particularly to Brisbane Street, wbich is the main road from the in terior, and which ought to be repaired by filling up the deep ruts as soon as practicable. The money for this work will be provided out of the sum voted for the repairs of the main thoroughfares throughout the colony, a pro portion of which will be devoted to that pur pose in this district ; and the sooner it in remitted, and operations - commenced, the better. The expenditure of the amou...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

ARMIDALE. ' JUasteiis' *«no SBayANTs'.Aor.-^TJije royal assent was given -to tho Masters' and Servants' Billlately adoptedC We may tliereforc soon expect a copy in the' district. The inconvenience .and loss sustained by many parties, through th,c lapse of the old inea-j sure and the delay iu pushing forward the new pna, ' has been almost .incalculable in. . country districts. We trust that the remedy will soou. be in active operation. i Tjie Latb AIubdeb; atthe-Bai-d Hjlm. — In ojip lost issue we; had not room for the particulars we were .favoured with respecting the murder of a shepherd *t the Bald Hills', staliou by tlie WaokB,' A flock of slieep usually shepljeVded' by an ttld iriin named James Booth having returned to the statlofi without Jiim, a search was instituted, Avhfch resulted iu the discovery that Booth Uad Iwei) barbarously murdered. His body had a spear wound in the back about four inches in. depths, which appeared to have caused instant death,' .deceased bad been the...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Arrival of the "Columbian" with the January Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

lAmm^mw&Mxc®' ftrrivalof tho^'OolumbiaDL' with the January - «Bjr the JBoonic^nfytB iiove received Sydney \(ma^if^J^0\!Mwai. The English «iaU^iHpjd^^^';l^T^«'':|C^u»&w-it *bicl» iteahiflr left Moaiimaoim oa. mo Uth January, fn^ldiJg'the Voyage mm dayu. We devote ifll'iPVrlttatlable pi0&iiiohemxreoeivo& »y this vessor,-bJqh' «3]1 be foiibd very interest ^ng; PafliaafQUt'was. piwogued on the 18m1 inatant b^ttfetJovetdot-Goneral, and we *ewr readers' to 'our ^^ 'corre^obdeut's letter for Syd ^r,y now«. , * i The new Conljerencerwhicli assembled at Paris to decide upon the Correct interpretation of the 20Ui Article of the TrWty, was brought to » satisfactory close on the 6th instant. The Plenipotentiaries have agreed to settle their differjences, by. a com promise. The town »f Bolgrad and the Isle of Ser pents are to be given up fey Russia, who obtains a consideration , in the shape of, the .three hundred square vorsts of territory in another part of the ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PROROGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

^*HE PROROGATION. At taltfeattJireeododc bis Excellency tlie Qotwoor-GeiieJBl mftcd at the main entrance ib&#te:Coa«ciI Cfafttnbw, wi^re he was received Mr4he Treddeat. sad tieace conducted to tbe Wcv-reffll chair. The members of the Assem bly laving been ushered into the Chamber by the TTftber of the Black Rod, tbe Speaker pro ceeded to read the fallowing congratulatarj addresi : — Ma* it please Yode EzcEttCNor: — We. her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal snnjects. tbe members of the Legislative Ansemolj-, beg to offer to^yonr Excellency our respectfnl congratula tions upon your being at length enabled, by the ntat- Oc public buitinKK, to bring to a done thin first srssioi of the First Parliament of New South Wales, which froi# various csnucsthat might well have been e-- pected to come into operation bere, as -eluewhen simultaneously with the advent of Responsible Go vernment, has been protracted to a length altogether unprecedented in the history of the Legtalaturo o this c...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MURDER OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

MURDER OF TIIR ARCHBISHOP OF PARIS. A horrible crime was committed on tlie' afternoon of Saturday, 3rd January, at five o'clock, in tJio ohiiroh of St. Etionne-du-Mont, during a proccssiou in honour of St. Genfivieve, At tbe inumcut the Archbishop of Paris entered the vestry ho was stubbed with a dagger, by a priest named Verges, who had been recently suspended. The Archbishop was carried to the presbytery of St. IStioiuiedu filout, where he almost immediately expired. Wu take tbe fu!lo\ving 'details of this horrible crime from the Paris papers :— , From the- Co/titUutiorid:— ''The Archbishop had just taken imrt'in the -procession. Having reached the church, he was on the point of going to the vestry, anil he turned round to givo hid blessing to the persons assembled in the lower part of the temple, when hu received two blows from -a dagger by a umri of vigorous appearance, who was imme diately arrested. JL Snrat. the Grand Vicar, who accompanied Monseigneur Slbour, gave him abso lu...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

THE PARLIAMENT. In the Lflgirtatlve Assembly, on *liei7ttfhi«ttht,; Mr. Clnrk Irving broujflit fonfi|*fl:i)'is jnbtjrtjf* ^JDray- ing that the Governor mfcht be pieced tb'pjicS i-n the Boonlnmentarv cutimates various sum*. uniount- inc in all to £6500. for the mukineVif -otfF- n»A bridxcR in tbe Korthorn District*; but after Vfa-n words from Mr. Doflnldsoa. the motion Wag with drawn. . ' : , Mr. Donaldson laid on tbe table a return of Hint had been'done in reference to the expenditure of the cntmtry. from which it fnpenrcd that the toWlrediic tions on the orlgioal'y 'proposed cxpenuitnro amounted to X168.O0O. Mr, Arnold, accortUng to hotiro, nto^eA, ' That in the opinion of this HtntSe the conduct by the Grtvern men t of the puuUeijuaSnes* ef the country, especially In reference to the land question, has beencaleu. lated to dlsttppojnt the just and rettonnble e«f-f»cta« tiona of tlie pebple.' The liononrable pentlvmRn was proceeding with lit* remarks In enpport ot tbe tBotion, when ...

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SYDNEY. Sydney, March 18th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

dSXfliHHk !tf-PQiC wu .titoiiGafesDHXT. ] 8y4iicy, MaroU^Stli, 185(', .The ilr^t session of ''bur, eftloiital Parliaipeut has, after teg *mnnth$ gcHtatloiiy co'wcS to a close. itlidNbceiiTi peVtoa«f'*i6i^y-WarfliiiB.r«»1i-lv'- T«w Hittt-llttlu bettur will oonM of-itr— in fact, a fuilu.ro. The House ttf A«S«M\bly . .pwi.jrafitu'd. jts Fiidii.v's sitting until -seTennj'cipDU' on Saturday tiiorulng, in ?- discussion on a motion fur sugpeiidii-j?*lie standuig oi'dcra -of die ilbuso.^n oriler *o jUtMAluce a W13 tor the admission of Mr. G. It. Nicliullsjis a liairister of the colony. Affc:r J»»u-y-»mendn)-mts, aud futile-, attempts to 'count ohI,'11' the eJtperiinerit snooceded at thiWhour above nuincd, and tho contest ended in a disawi) battle, Strange, that after ten jftontlia' jalibering-rfor the timu'of the session lias been . almost whollv bonsumi^ in talk — even ninctoen.. members could be.fmiiid to a-t from tb,rec o'.cluok on Friday, afternoon tjll an bnur niter sunrise on the foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

FOR WIDE BAT. ^Ea-T»L The Steamer BREAD ALBANE will wSk« ba despatched for 4he abeve (port £^Jja&ti*V-' roBTr-EiGHr hours after *be Anarsl i^j^fjgp pfthe German emigrant ship; 4faftar. Should any persons he: di&irous *-f paying a short visit to this .locality, the above will bo found a favour able opportunity, an she will return immediately, For Freight, or Passage, apply to ' J. & G. HARRIS, or, R. TOWNS & Co. SIJEVEYINGr. rr^HE undersigned is prepared to Subtil vide Xand. X point out Corners, or furnish Plans and Descrip tions for Deeds, &c. or to undertake any business connected with the Buying or Selling of Land. For particulars, apply to Messrs. W ALTKKJJRAY li-Co., Ipswich ; or, to V A. P. UNDO. Brisbane. '?' -?? ? ? ? FOR SALF, 'pBOM 150 to 200 Head of COWS and HEIFERS, «T one year old, and upwards, from the herd of the undersigned, which can be delivered in or about six weeks from this date. FRED. & FRANCIS BIGGE. March 31st, 1...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Marcb 25.— Sarah Ann, schooner, 180 tons, Cap tain Watts, from Sydney. March 27.— Uncle Tom, schooner, 150 tons, from Sydney 20th instant. Marcb 27. — Raven, schooner, 120 tons, Captaim Brown, from Sydney 20th instant: March 28.— Boomerang, Bteam«r, 400 tons, Capt. O'Reilly, from Sydney 24th, and Newcastle 26tli instant. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. JIayne, Mr. J. B.Watt, Mr. J. Swan, Mr. Baylcy, Mr. Colcinan, and 10 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. March 23.— Samson, steamer. Captain 'Warner, for Sydney.' March 25.— Yarra Yurra, steamer, 500 tons, Cap tain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Bfarku-eU, Mr. T. Overcll, Mr. K. B. Soiithcrden^Ir. J. Fleming, Mr. H. M. Reeve, (2) Masters Hirst, Captiiin Moli Bon, Mr. J. Hood, Miss Furber, Mr. H. Richards; and 19 in the steerage. ... IMPORTS. . Sarah Ann : 9 packages, Bbyland & Co, ? 12 do. Bonn ; 4 do., 120 bags flour, Ricliar-lson & Co. ; 150 do.. Ponton 8c Co. ; 50 do., 1 package, R. S. Warry ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

.*;:?. .0^1 M. I^a ROSIERE'S ,^ ? „ ? XiiQepii^d^^rravelliiig Circus j rtiiJi-j^ ti ,.JRM*^Noi4'||4if Hotel. ;. ?'? ; EQDESTEIAiJ *x& GyrtroastSc Feats on TUES ??DkYi'ptf^DfA; and SATURDAY, with an -entire changfe of I^rfoiinance every evening. ? TKe t3ii*ds i» tote**p in the most comfortable njaaner to ?ensure tte.'ease and comfort of the audi Doors v»p&6 **t* Mid tj»e Performance to' Com -? men««*tUaif-j)tistJ precisely: ? Jtent!^-'i^^,4^tttendiBS: Places, 2s. 6d. March'8'lSR1857. -^ ' ' ? - A',SlNttLE MAN »s &slrpus of venting an APARTMENT, .eaW^nf^gsWe -or Bell Street, to be used as in QflSdeanil Steeping Boom; be would board or otherwise *itti«ie fiunBy. . :i-^: AMr&jM, ;,'l£. G-.| feHbVrNE, ;PoBt Office. ' -./k'jX CLAIMSjagafnst Ihe Estate of tbe late A. JAMES ANDREW, Esq., of Tarampa, we requested to be sent in immediately, under cover, to - the care of Messrs. WaJler Cray and Co., Ipswich . Z -,. JOHN B. WAtfT. Jpswicb, March 30th, 1857. f ;.£...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

MARRIAGE. On the 26th instant, by Mr. A.O. Ravenscroft, District Registrar of Drayton, Henry Delmer   Drayton Swamp, to Gertrude Hielberger, of the same place, both natives of Germany. DEATH. At Drayton,. on Friday, the 20th instant, after a short illness, William Henry, youngest son of the late Dr. Glissan, Aged 17 months.

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AN ACT TO REGULATE THE LAW BETWEEN MASTERS AND SERVANTS. [Assented to, 11th March, 1857.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

AN ACT TO REGULATE THE LAW BETWEEN MASTERS AND SERVANTS. [Azmitea to, lllh March, 1857.] Whereas the Acts of the Governor and Legislative Council, of New South Wales, relating to masters and servants, have expired, and it is deemed expe dient to make other provisions instead thereof: be it enacted, by the Queen's most excellent Majesty, by. and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, iu Parliament assembled, and by. the au thority of tho same, as follows : — \. The following words and expressions in this: Act shall havo the meaning, hereby assigned to them, uuloss thcre.be something in the subject or context, repugnant to such construction. . l'bb word 'master 'shalt extend to and include all employers male or female of servants and. also agents, superintendents, overseen;, or other persons acting for or on behalf of .any employer. ' The word 'servant' shall include all agricultural and other labourers, shepherds, 'watchmen...

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

SP11UT OF THE PRESS* RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMFNT IN TUB COLONIES. {From the Tinust.) Till within a very few years no product of England appeared so impossible to transport across the seas as her responsible government. The great Republic which has sprung from our American colonies has developed our love of liberty, our respect for indi vidual righto, and our deference' to public opinion, but has never bceu tiblc to appropriate to herself tlio English executive. In every State, m ?well as in the Central l^gjiiiatm-c, the chief magistrate is elected for a definite period, aud the lhhusteri) of the Federal Government arc excluded from, seats in the Legisla ture, suid may retail! oflice, although they and their opinion!! arc iu a decided minority. The uolJou faf a responsible Government holding office so long tu It retained the confidence of the Legislative Assembly has for tho first time in the present year boeii. brought into practice iu the AuKLvfllian coloniekV Educated hitherto under a,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

?—if vTEg, * Noritg AmTRALIAN V'pnblishod^VBry Tuesday morning, .and forwarded tocotmtry subscribers by that Bay ^ mail. :J'\_ii )J'^ ''''yXy^aaai '}''' '?' '? '?''; '???' ??'?if.a»i^.qpi^r^i».*]iWi^.^t^v'1-««.':a4..' #-..-,;t^quamn.J»pdlt, ? ^w.^.^-'Tis.^se- Singjo number, siicpence.- 3?he Quarters will vterml jwic on tlip 31b- Maicli, -^h Juue, 80th Septcm ber4*adi8lst.l-ecojiibjei',*t, which periods. only can resignation, ho received. 'Nooi-dera for withdrawal %iQ,)ie attended to unless1 given iu writing. New subscribers will be chai-gcifrom the date of conl monciug their subscription. AdvertiBomoutfi will lie charged at the rate «f ? . ' 8.' d. ????-'?? -.TwoUbm ,ii.. -'.'.*;?.'.'.?': ? 1 O :'??. Four „ ;....:...». ? 2 0 :,,.??: Bix' „ ..,..».?«. ..»-..'...»«? 2 6 , Hight „ .- ? 8 0 ? ;;;AriEvcry additional inch ...^.^.. i 0 : ;,: The number itf insertions must bo written on each feavertiflcrtieiit, or;ttioy will te continued toitil oiuii t«rmahdeo\:!4nd chargt^ acoordifigly. ':...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

VARIETIES. Too fearful to contemplate — a work just published, called Every Man a Lawyer. What a state of so ciety! Tub Tbmptee. — A middle-aged belle was seen in tently gazing on a piece ot brocaded silk .which was displayed in a linen-draper's window, when a passer by observed that it was Satin tempting Eve. A Frenchman's Reflection'.— '* What a strange thing it is,' remarked a Frenchman, after making the tour of the United .States, ' that you should havo two hundred different religions, and only one gravy !' '1 wish you would not smoke cigars,' said a plump little black-eyed girl to her lover. 'Why may .1 not as well smoke as your chimney 1' ' Be cause chimneys do not smoke when they are in good order,' was the young lady's reply. The young gent, quitted smoking. A couple of young ladies who had recently buried their father, who, by the way, was an old humorist, aud had such an aversion to marriage that he would not allow them to -enter the bonds of matrimony, however 'advantageo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IP8WICE, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1857. It must : faaVe afforded much gratification . to ,oyery orw .interested ? iu :tbe prosperity ^nd progress of this thriving to vm to witnes|tlie increased number, of building* during theMftef; year, many of them finished, and others, 'now. in the course of being erected, and whiph' iK unmistakeable evidence of the march of M'f pt-ovement, wealth, and population. Not many years ago the town scarcely boasted of more than a dozen structures of brick aud stone, with hardly one public building worthy of the name. But uojv, the wild bush is last dis appearing, and in its place we notice neat cottages with their pleasant little gardens, the fiflects of advancing comfort and civilization^: and the indication of a veiy healthy state 'of things as for as the economic habits of the people are concerned, Considering the scarcity and high price of labour, And cost of obtaining materials, it is rather surprising that so larg£ a number of dwell...

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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

HOME AND 'FOREIGN NEWS. '. The following closes our summary of news re ceived by the Columbian, compiled from the latest papers;— The restoration of the ship Jluolutc to the British nation by the United States Government -has been judiciously seised upon as a justification for sending to Washington a successor to Mr. Oajnpton, who was .dismissed for his participation in the enlistment affair,. Lord Napier, the present Secretary of Lega tion at Constantinople, is to bo the new minister. Many persons object to the appointment, and say we ought to send a commercial man ; but although the Americans delight in. thoir democratic opinions, it is probable that our future representative will bo none tho loss in their eyes for being a member of the peerage. Lord Napier has displayed, consider able, address In the various posts he bus filled at Naples, fit. Petersburg, and Constantinople; and if he ;is only 'frank and free' he will please our cousins across tbo Atlantic. During the time that C...

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