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Plays and Players. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

pia$ aqd piagerg. 11 ulil tliuro Iw plnyora, that X liavo noon piny," KAM liKT, Aot XII, 11,' I woro askod niy ophilou na to tho oimoutial jjhurnolorlsllo of MivDIou Douolonult's stylo,of noting, should say that Jt 1 lay,In lila onforood naturalness. |fo rum lnds 0110 oJl CIoldsmlth's estimate of his friend Javld Glai'i'lok !—■" Oa tlio sbago lio was natural, simple, jtlVeolhig." Stage naturalness la tho art of oonooallug j simplicity, 1b tlio apparent absonooof offoi't, and to So alfoollng Implies tho power of appealing dlrootly to |iio heart. To thoso aoaustomod to sensationalism and Iho straining ni'tor oll'oot, Mr, Dion Douolonult's. ropro goiilntlon of Oonn tho Shnughrnun, on Saturday night, |t lito Thoatro ■ Iloyal, was possibly dlaappolntltig. Thuro was not sulllolont In lb," doubbloss thought ono, I'Thuro woro 110 points," obsorvod anobhor, "lb was faiuo," said a third, and so on, From tholr point of flow I should say that tlioy woro oorroot, and un fittingly they roal'ly pa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Hall-Hamilton Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Th©; Hall-Hamilton Trouble. AMONG tlio dramatic roprosontattvoa with which the thoatro goors of' Molboimic arc familial', thoro avo: covtaln oharators which stand out in bold raliof. One easily forgets the frivolous vanities of the farcical oomadloa, tho sensational molodramas, and tho tinkling opera boufl'es, to which wo havo been accustomed lately) but thoro aro piooos which have been oast so woll, and playod so woll that they compol us to romombor thorn, Lot us think for a moment—tho Hamlot of Montgomery, tho Othello of Andorsori, tlio G iles Ovorroach of Brooko, tho Olirysos of Ooppin, and a do/,on othors all stand out as pleasant halting plaoos in tho backward journoy of our theatrical remlnisconoos. And when on tho subject of such rocdlloctlons as thoso, tlio namo of J, L. Hall, familiarly known as "Johnny," naturally occurs. As "Widow Twarlcoy, Captain Ginjah, Dick Dead Eye, and sundry otlior ladles and gontlomon In burlesque and occontrio oomody, Mr. Hall had f ow oquals and...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies, in Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Ladies, in Parliament. Tihh IIolon Taylor, stopdnughtor of tho Into Jolm jtunrt Mill, has boon nskod to bocomo a onn Jidato,- in tho Radical intorosfc, for the roprosonta |lon of Nortli Oamborwoll in tlio House of Gom iions. Slio has oonsontod, nnd tliovo avo strong irobabilitios that slio will bo rotumod. If so, |vill alio; bo nllowod to tako hor sont ? That slip |js an oxaopfcionnlly. olovor woman is admittod; llio 1ms provod liorsolf an oifootivo and olocjuont mblio spoakor on a dozen occasions, and it is fetatod that in tlio way of invootiv'o slio oonld bost lovoii Lord Randolph Churchill in a " common ■cantor." But slio is noitlior a " burgess" in the [noooptod sonso of tlio torm, nor is sho a " knight1 |of tlio shiro," and wovaro cortain" that sho would lay no claim to tlio titlo of a holy, friar, an in Idividual who is mnsioally supposed to livo twioo |ns well as oithor tlio aforosaid might; or. ovon a |baron. But ovon supxiosing. that Miss Taylor |sIhhiU1 win tlio .day, and ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Welsh Monarch. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A Welsh Monarch, V Tina . XJnorownod King ol! Wales," Sit* Watkln , Williams Wynn, who diod oarly In May, wan tho ropro -sontativo ol! 0110 oil tho oldest 'Camillas' In , Wales, , ii Alihqiigh/lib had ooouplod a soat In tho Houso' of .Commons as;uiombbv for Donblghshiro for moro than forty .yoars, ho novor mado any mark as a politician In-faet ho novor'nttoraphotl to do so, being oontont,: to, listen to tho dobatosjand ro'oord hls .vbto on a division,'' In splto,,howovov, of his apparont want./df Interest In polities',* ho attondod ,tho Houso with tho .utmost, regu larity, and it Is Htntod that his namo appoars In more dlvislon-llsts than that of, any obhor mombor. Ho appoarod to rogard tho roproaontatlon of Donblghshiro ■ as part and parool of tho magnllloont ostato to which ho ■suoooodod, and on ono oooaslon rofusod a poorago booauso It would involvo sovorlng his connection with ' tho Houso of Commons. His anoostry has boon traoort baok to a chloftaln In tho fslo of Anglosoy In th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Curious Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A Curious Fraud. How wiokod many olovor pooplo arc I For instance, William Mallor was onlyva farm ■ laborer, but ho cer tainly waa olovor, and as, for wickedness-—well, listen. A ahort time ago thia Mollor suffered from rheumatism and a damagod- head, for which, ho was successfully trcatod by a surgeon. Shortly after ho shaved oft his whiskers and board, and waited upon the doctor, representing that ho was- Thomas Mollor, brothor of William, whom ho declared to bo doad, Decoivod by tho radical change in tho man's appearance and the strong familylikonoss, tho surgeon' gavo him a. cortift cato that ho might obtain tho burial money from' tho local lodgo of Foresters to which William belonged. Armed with this, Mellor startod oft'j registered his own death, rocoived tho money from tho friendly- sooioty, and wont to the Derby raoos to en joy himself on tho sum ho had become possessed of by his ingenious •fraud. At the Derby ho was unlucky enough to moot a frlond who recognised' him, and' ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The French National Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

The French National Fete. T11hi l<lbh J uly tho grout iiiiLlonttl,/V7/^ oi! Franco was oulobruioc'l In Melbourne by adinner, glvon.by tliu mombors of bltu Oulonlo Frauonlso, ut bholr Olub rooms, Tho uasomblugo was u largo unci brilliant 0110, unci ombraood u number of gontlomon iof various national Itlos, bltu Fronoh olomoub of'course prepondera ting, Tho hull In , svhloh' tho dinnor was laid wum buautlllully decorated with (lugs and festoons of (lowers, and an olllolonb band u it dor tho honorary oouduotorshlp ol! Mr, Horace 1'oussurd, pluyod appropriate musical aolootlons at Intervals throughout the ovonlng. ' Tho gi'oab features ol! tho ovonlng wore tho spooohua niac'lo by M, Dillon, blio oowly-appoliitod consul for Franco at Molbourno, who presided, M, Dillon Is a highly oulturod gentleman, who speaks F.ronoli with Hitoh perfect aoouraoy, and suoli musloal tones, as rondor It a ploasuro to listen to him, Ills stylo oi' oratory l>ur« taking largely ol! tho pootloal....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Balls and Entertainments. Tim Mayor's Fnuoy .'Droaa Bull at Hobart, whloli wna glvou on Tuesday, 7th Inst,, waa a moat brilliant ontorliain xnont, Fully HOC) children were proacint, all " on ooatumo." A nurnbor of the children's ohaporonoa and aomo relatives of tho Mayor and Mayoroaa wore also prosont, tho company ntttnborlng alto gothor about 400. Tho Clovornor, ac companied by Mr. Wallop, waa amongat tho guests, and His ISxoolloncy dolightod tho llttlo pooplo with tho particular notleo ho paid to their droaaoa. Some of tho droaaoa woro oxtromoly woll thought out and offoctivo, ono bolng that of an Australian aborigine, worn by a young gentleman. It consisted of black silk tights marked with paint to roprosont tattoo marking, and tho ribs, ko., a girdle made of dried moss boing apparontly tho only adornmont that might bo called dross ; the)woolly hair and tattood face togothor with a spoar and waddy. slung over tho sliouldors, rondorod tho ooatumo complete. Tho dross of n lady gymn...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Announcements of Concerts, Balls, Entertainments, Meetings Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be isserted without charge. FRIDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Forthcoming Events. Annotinoomonta ot Oonciorts, Bulla, EnturtuhimoiitH, Atooblnga Buv,hum, iuuI Bxhlbltloua, will bo lusortoil without uhuvtfo, . ' iFllIBAY. JUX.Y 17. SooiAL.—Messrs. M'Oarrori Blrcl and Oo.'s Employees Annual Social, at St. Patrick's Hall. Social.—Richmond Private Assembly, Richmond Town I-Iall. Satdbday, July 18. ., ; Theatres.—Theatre Royal : "The Shaughraun." : •{ Bijou Theatre : " Isidora." Oi'Era House: : " Tho Sunny South." Nucicjet Theatre : i Christy's Aorlal Beauties. St. George's Hale :/ Emerson's Minstrels. Concert.—ICruso Concort, Town Hall. Monday,'July 20. Concert.—Mclboui-no Liedortafol, Lndios' Night, Town Hall. Lecture.—"Insects and their Motamorpliosos " Kow • Town Hall, Mr. P. G. A. Barnard. Tuesday, July 21. Concert.—Kruso Concert, Town Hall. Lecture.—Unitarian Church, "ThoPilgrimPathors from a new point of vieAV," by H. G. Turner. Wednesday, Joey 22. Dinner,—His Excellency Sir I-Ienry Brougham Loch entertains Members of. Parliament. Social.—Pi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Invitations. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

General Invitations. As ti rulo wo would adviso our mnlo roadors not to aocopt thorn. Yon may osoapo tlio Scylla of, outsido- temptation . on tlio ouo sido, but you run a vory sorious ■ risk oE tumbling Into tho Ohpry belts of private inconvenience on the other. You moot your old friend J. Atkins in--tho' street suddenly and unwittingly. With oqual rapidity and perhaps moro than oqual unwittingnoss your O.F.A. asks you to 44 drop in whenever it suits you." You know that Atkins is a marriod man, You are aware that ho is in a position of oasy oompotonco—about tlio most delightful position that can bo occupied by any man outsido a dross oirolo tiolcot in Paradise. You have paid ypur duty 44 calls " after tho marriage ceremony ; tho female mombors of your family have dono tho saiiio, and so far all is in acoordanco with the rulos of social intercourse. You have oven boon to a dinner at Atkins, Atkins lias also dined with you. All is ponce, and all will continuo pcaoo ! unless you aecopt...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Engagements, Mr, 11. A. Jorvois, son of Colonel Jorvois, who at ono timo hold tho position of commander-in-chief of tho Uombny forces, but who is now living in rotiromont at, Hath, England, and a nephew of Sir Wa, E. D. Jorvois K.O.M.Q., Governor of 1ST aw Zealand, is about to many Miss Macfarlano, daughter of Mr. Macfarlauc, of the Lodge Wellington, llivcr Murray, S.A. Ma1. Jervois who is about 2-1 years of ago, is manager of his unclo's (Sir William Jorvois) station, situate near Wellington on the River Murray. Miss Macfarlano, whose fathor is engaged in squatting pursuits, is a young lady, whoso lack of good looks and figure is fully compensated for by her gonial disposition and good sense. Tho marriage is,fixed for about the end of tho yonr. * * * A MAiuilAGE is announced to take place between Mr..Christopher Lothbridgo, of South Crook, 2LS.W,, . and Miss Lawson, of Rodmyre, sister to Mrs. Edward Deas Thompson. # ' > . ' ' A- veiiy gay wodding is to tako plaoo on tho 20th, in...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

ible Fashionable Marriages. An hah—'Dman,—i'J'Uo marriage of Mr, Oharlos Aligns, only Htm of Mr, Angus, of OoUlngrovo, nonr Angnstoii, ':f' Miss, /ppati, oldest daughter of Mr, Wm, Dunn, of Onmpholl|o\vn, a suburb; a fowmllos. distant from Adcilnldo, dook.plnoo at , Vi o'clock, on'.Thursday', July, a, at St. Martin's Ohuroh, Oumpbolltown, his Lordship tho .'11 Is 110 p.^ of Adalaldo (Dr, Komilon) per runnliig tho aoraron/iy, Tha ahuroivn smalt, oiio," was crowded. Tho hr/do's dross was of - will to silk, oovorod with will to tullo, lopped with roal orange blossom and Corns. Tho hrl'd^nruilds, four, lb number, woro,drossod In biscuit, oolorfjj/wlth laoo: hats to ,match, two bolng trluiuiLsbwltli Aljby .plush, and'two with bronco. Tho hrldoipnWfi^woiw! tljroo of tho, bride's slstors, and Miss Angtfs,. {Wbrld//gfdom!ssister, Af tor tho ooromony tho [' wedding' piirty|rotiirnod -to tlio brldo's homo, whoro id .out 2-1 guosbi/sat down to a viw ftwoha breakfast, and t ho usual toasra woro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Two New Curative Methods. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Two New Curative Methods. T.UJ4 cultivation oil specialities hi modlonL soluuou Is partly owing to tliu progressive enlargement oL1 its knowledge, partly to tlio grantor demands uow-n-days inndo upon tlio prnotLtlonur. Therefore, in nit largo tosvns, of tho Europonn Continent tlioro are specialists for oyo, ear, noso, throat, and othor disoasos. Electrotherapeutics .and massago (rubbing) may bo called comparatively now spooinlltlos. Tho iattor is, indeed, thousands of yours old, and was already oarriod out by tho ancient Persians, Grooks, and llomans, but its soiontlilo and physiological foundation was, like that of .oloctro bhorapy, rosorvod for tho labor tlmo. Both mothods of aura aro at prosont iu Europe and Amotion frequently omployod by tho modlcal mon in treating nervous, rhaumatic, and joint disoasos—tho best proof of tho high value oloctrotliorapoutlas and massago possuss—and havo thoir ininoipni representatives iu llonodikt (Vienna), Moyor (Berlin), Athens (London), Chariot...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. THE SHAUGHRAUN. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Before the Curtain. TnK.SiuvucmuAux. Til tilt is luivo boon Irish not; ova boloro Mr, Bouelcault, il though his momolr credits'1dm with tho cvontlon of tho Irish drain a, Tho re tiro abtll pooplo nUvo who ro lambor Tyrona Power, Hudson, tmd John Drew. Thoro jwlll bo Irish nebors by and'bya, for Stool Hurry, Dominlcik Muway, and Dion Boueloaulb, junior, boar witness to tho fact now, and about Grabban Illggs lifts tip his voioo Ifrom tho hob north to say that ho Is tho only Pat Lauder Kinder tho sun. Dub it is a cpiostion if anybody else over isucooodod in turning a wholo theatrical company into Uriah pooplo as quickly and completely as tho lively old [gentleman who is now at tho Thoatro lloyal doos tho [trick. Ho has imparted tho poouliar atmosphoro and [accent of Ireland to tho entire stago, and excepting that Mr. Tlthoradgo insists on bolng as British as a wooden [soldier, you might supposo that everybody in tho ptooo I had actually boon born in Oork or Kerry. This lb is that Imakq...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Green Room Gossin. UlUaNNJO llllH boot! engaged Uy IIM Theatre Hoynl management |„ |v,, it roplmu in " loliintlio" on Us in'oiUioil 'r; Htrephoii in " loliintlio" on Km pvoiiiicil In Sydney, nn event which In ,lnl ij ' ni..'i.. i.. ..i i...., . '' '"fl yer, likely lo take place ;llist yet, im-i 'oilto Mademoiselle" will lirolmliiviji p tlm greater purl: ol! the short visitV. roil up t lio greater part OK Mm sliovt visit ii', ooinpiviiy aro making all present, Till') Jloyal Opora Company will play six weeks in Sydney now, audi go lo liiialianu for. another h!x "wi-ip Aftor that they return to Sydney m, thoro nnIII Christmas. it l.s'tiJ, play tlmro iinill Clirlatmaa. .It Is % p fora on tho oivrrla that - the Sydney ti » will aoo tlio "Mikado" before wo di,, m PitorSHSioNAJipooplo aro beginning | Inquire) rvltii miioh anxiety wlioiut® building of tlio Alexandra will IW w Thoy aro anxious to, aoo a llltlo mn, | competition for thoJr valuable Hurrkti ® than thoro la at. prosont. Just mw'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Special Notloe. /Pit 10 XCilltor roiipootfully rorpiontH fclmfc XlbAruc Invitation uhnIh or wuibllnifH nnil obbor Hfiolul ovontu nmy bo Hunt l,o bbu olboo of TAiiiiM TAint,vVUO i(UHHi)11 "Htvoub« TIiIh 1h nlwiiyM iluHlrnblo In oritur to oiiHiiro iioi'iiruoy, To Correspondents. XMTVMiui in ill oonmiiinlouhloiiH Intowlnil for 'InHortlnn In TAUI,I<1 'I'Aiiic Hluiulil In) iiililniHHoil to—Tnio lOiiri'im, OnubrlbubluiiH <lu* ollnuil ohm not iih H'riito lui ruturiiuil | Imb Hblll, ovury roiiMoimblu ruiptuMb In bluib ronpuub will bo wirofully iittuiuloil bo, . No uobluu oiiu bu balcon of hnoiiymnim oomuuiiilunhlniiM, '.L'lio iiiitnu iuuIuiIiIi'uhh of tliowrltor numb bo glvou, bltouub not uuuuMMiirlly for. publication, • Notloe to Subscribers. 'I'm.'. following nro t.lio MUtiMorlpblnn niton for TAiUiM Ta PK In* uhuling pimtiign lo liny pnrb ol Vlutorlu. or to any of tlio ooIoiiIomi— Tlio Your ,,, .. ,, .. ,, ,. NK Oil, Six Montlm .. .. ,, ,. .4— ■.. 8*. Oil, Oubulilo t...

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What Struck Him! Boston Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

What Struck Him ./iontoil "How aro Americana liked Itt .13 ng land V" And Mi1, B. If. Lurraboc, of d'2 Chester Square, ex-d I rector of the " Niuv Yoi'k and Boh ton DuHpatoh lOxproHH Com pany," who ha« recently returned from a conaidorablo residence in Luttdon, answered : " If they have wood recom mendations and behave themselves, they aro well treated, bub ( hoy will lllco the J3ngllsh people, any way, when ac quaintance ripens Info confidence." " How do blio Kngllsh pooplo compare with Americana?" " The finest looking rrion in blio world can bo Hoon on pleasant days of • blio London season, promenading Biooadllly, The 13ngllsli ladies, however, aro iioiblior ho neat in appearance nor ho graceful of form and movement aw blio Americana, bub fclioy soom to enjoy moro robust hoalbli." „ ■ ; y ; ! " Aro English pooplo longer livod than our pooplo ?" " ' ' * ' " I don'b know. I lmvo nob fully in vestigated. Bub I romombor onco hearing road a nowspajior paragraph, entitled, ''Why do Engl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

T.III3 now Lloonslng ■■Dill appears llkoly in inako tilings lively far tho next fow months, Tho gage a J! battle has l/oon lakon up defiantly by several mombursi amongst whom Mr,Bout Is prominent as a loader oil tho opposition, Obliur members also, have signified bliulr Intention oil opposing It tooth and nail, the Hon. N, Ifltr.goruLd, M.L.O., who Is about leaving the colony for lHjnglaiid, having stntod his hibontlon of returning at onoo from Sail frunolsoo Ml his prosonoo should bo necessary to prevent the measure from becoming Jaw. Tho parties directly In tores tod, howovor, are the largo and influential body oil licensed victuallers, and thoy havo loft no doubt as to tho uucompromising attltudo which thoy assuino. 'l'hoy soo In tho Bill that fatal " thin ond of tho wodgo" at the other end of which Is tho abolition of their rights In favor of enforced temperance. Personally thoy fool naturally indignant ab tho Implied slight cast upon tho reputation of their families by tho prop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Chateau Tahbillc Wines ;■ ' Prize Medals: 1S7C isrs Philadelphia • .. Porls .. OMalbom-Jio Intoi ; national libn. - Amsterdam ' "1S3S Adelaide (G. Modal) 1881 Bordonux ■ 1382 . (Highest Award :Gold Modal) Calcutta ; 188*1 "Eleven Awards out of Twalvo S'ul'j''^ submitted, iuoludiug Saaojul. Ordov of M°"[ Highost Award obtained by tuiy Colonial » ■—for Hormitago;» f^ .*• ■■ o ~ , WUolosalb and Botall ,at—•; town' CELLARS, '-131 'COLLINS 'STREET WEST

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More Music. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 24 July 1885

More Music, Ji(< _ I know who really dlrocioi ly| Kruno oo»uortn I would (oil |,|, . houio of thorn woro ho badly miu,^ l oUlt't toll IlltTI, I'll lull UVUl'yl)o,|j In liooiniHO miioh oL' thy munlo j)0I(, ivl, t.liom wtw bptjNhum hhihIu iv|||( public Ih iil\VHyH,'((iilok todotoeUiulfJ moro ol! It wiih but poorly «x%J TuUo .Saturday • oonuort for lmt,„ Horu you huvo u long unmeaning d^R! " Soronudo Moliinohollquo " l»y " Sufyw owokl whloh not ovoii the |wrfatMB aautton'{oCl!Mi1. Kriiso oould make lirpfl .antingand you Juvvo two iHl»uUy/fiivo|(;Mj| tuholaHH. 'hiotlvoloHH pliwio hoIhh liyu.f ton which'raoroly. Horvad to i1|h|i|M| do .ViiUnonoy's control of tho koy|'<,. pratty muah as a velocity exorohm w.>; hnvo done.,, An cpupla ol! worn-out &■ m'(MiVpliioo"iiong8!by:'Mf)lloy mid Khib', A" 1 ' mthur oquiiUy, oomuum-plnao but m huokuuyad ditty by, Tqmtt, iuid tliu'dil® J.Joi'p'otu61',. ot X'ligl.ulnl may all \m*im J.Joi'potu6|'; ot.Piigl.ulnl may all pv...

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More Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 24 July 1885

More Brio-a-Brao. IMITATION |h tlio hImohhwI. of com [illmonlH, and ariiiHui|tioiiMy I accept an a ootiiplimoitfc Mm ap|>ru|ii'latlou In'Jhiwh ol! Baturduy, IBth duly, of my rhymon on tho vnrlmiH prnnutiolatlorin ol! Mr, Uouol caulh's name which appeared In the 6f: M»Oj previous week end ,liiK Saturday;,* JIfchj July,, ( Oidy, dear I'HunctpvHh,; tho ^uv^yard (pfpfcuhorauec, ■do l,aka/a('jl!i'lon'd!H iadvlqo,atid whou you aimoj^ ,6|;liorpdoploVt tfooil rhymes, don't, add iytomv owiil productions to Ilium, Do koup your;ovoani and yoiu' fHospti soparulo platoB.f .'Ifor.1;; • • jI • ,<>i; Ati nu'ioullkht unto toTo 1 Ijjflit, as water unto w|no, Arti year own: InrorlmwoniUH In unmpurlMou with .lnliio, • , '■ i ■ ■ r'itofii,--. ' ■ ' '' , H" |» I ( , >■ I I ,, I , I I, , ,! * 1. ;■ , < I ■ : ' ■ ■>, Tiih'Day of avniodViouH tT.P,,l;1' i 'IMiufu wiim liiiknr iiiul OoniKir'iiiiil tllohm'Wrin tun,'1 Aim tuoy nii'or, tnom mul IIioho :kihIi arnok'liindN ■ III V...

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