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COUNTY COURT, BALLAN. AUGUST SITTINGS, 1866. CAUSES FOR TRIAL UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

COUNTY COURT, BALLAN. August Sittings, 1866. Causes For Trial Under £20. Shaw v. McInerney. Headland v. Shannon. H. Cooper v. Cahill. Spice v. Holyoake. Baber v; Ferguson. McIntosh v. Nelson. H. Cooper v. Cahill. Same v. Tainsh. Same v. Carroll. Same v. Coffey. Same v. Lucas. C ousens v. Bence. Simmons v. Nolan. Same v. Barbour. Same v. Howick. Swannell v. Fisk. Darke v. Burke. Egan v. Shire Council. Swannell v. Wright. Same v. Fitzgerald. Same v. Fisk. Wood v. H. Cooper. Same v. Pyke. Baber v. Muir. Same v. Williams. Same v. Smith. Same v.Foss. Same v. Sherwood. Cousens v. Bence. Sefton v. Lay. Same v. Ashton. Same v. Sawbridgeworth. Same v. H. Cooper. Same v. Holt. Jupling v. Musgrave. Miller v. Mullane. Thompson v. Foss. Same v. Williams. Jeffrey v. Headland. Simmonds v. Wright. Harris v. Thurstain. Same v. Sayers. Dorrington v. Platt. McIntyre v. Pratten. Gosling v. Schott. Same v: Athorne. Graham v. Appleton., Same v. Hodgson. Same v. Fitzgerald. McIntyre v. Hughes. Same v. Hol...

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SELECTED POETRY. TWO SEAS. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

SELECTED POETRY.   TWO SEAS. ( FROM "ALL THE YEAR ROUND.") A MARINER by tempest crest Lay struggling with the wave; His one sole hope—all else was lost— His hoarded gold to save. Slung from his neck—a heavy weight— His precious charge he bore; His failing strength, at war with fate, Could bear no feather more. But not against his life alone Uprose the breakers wild; A woman, on the billows thrown, Held up her drowning child, "Save her " she cried, "in mercy save !" As through the surf she rolled; He heard, and cast beneath the wave His prize of Austral gold. Fearless he breasts the tropic storm   With limbs by love now strung, While round his neck, all soft and warm, Two infant arms are flung. He hails the land—the blessed land !   He drinks its spicy air; He strains to reach its coral strand, He greets it with a prayer. Vainly the angry tempest raved ; His foot have touched the goal   And, with his living burden saved, &nb...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. WAR IN EUROPE. DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. WAR IN EUROPE. DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. WE extract the following from the Aligus:- Thereis highly important news from Europe. The European Congress had been abandoned. Prussia and Italy are at deadly war with Austria. Prussia at once entered Schleswig Holstein, Hanover, Saxony, Hesse-Cassel, and Austrian Silesia. A great battle had been fought between the Austrians and the Italians. The latter were repulsed with heavy loss, but the Italian volulnteers attacked the Austrians success filly. The English Ministry were defeated on their Reform Bill, which is withdrawn till next session. Canada has b?oon invaded by Fenians, who were repulsed a.nd dispersed. There have been military revolts in Spain; 1,000 lives sacrificed . Her Majesty and the Royal Family enoy good health. The defeat of the Ministriy was owing to Lord Dunkellin, member for Galway, who moved that in regard to the borough franchise the rating, and not the rental, should be the basis of the Reform Bill; ...

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METROPOLITAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

METROPOLITAN NEWS. (FROMI OURi OWN COIRRESPOINDENT.) ONE is strongly tempted, in these dull times, to fall back upon that stable commodity in the news market-the weathor-and fill a few paragraphs with such remarks as may be heard any day in those places where men most do congregate. And really what would be done without its help it is diffloult to foresee. Two grave and reverend soignors moot each otlior-something important trembles on their lips-out it comes, "Fatumous weather, Mr. Smith." " Capital for the crops, Mr. Smithgrs." A slight pause, and then adieus ex changed, exeunt omncs-a similar ceremony being gone through by each perhaps fifty times a.day. And after all it is an interesting subject, the weather. Is the wind northerly- -then certain goods in the markeot are of more value, for there is no chance of an arrival from home. Is there no rain, nor appearance of any F-then bread and beef mount upwards, and the weekly bill is longer, and the countenance of paterfamilias symp...

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GOING ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

CO.ING ASTIOJH, (FJPioi "Cna:'4 s.lj's Emnturnutnlt Jou Lur,,") I' T.IPI it o is, sir; that's she just oil' the oint there, Situ's -coiing stoin on; and IIi ll' Ilin hool', if s110 1 in't on think Sands, 1'in ni 1)ntclnmnn." ly comlllnioln.ws no nativeo of dam-lahd, lbo' thcrlo was ]riton writtoen in overy f'latureo ofh his ronoiroed tl he, 1It; heI stood by mo10 in lJivnthorll shoro, in his canvas trousers, oheavy fishler's h(lts, 1bll0 Jersoy shhirt, and t, rpnulin hlt, tied on with. ,it' of onkini haintl, while tihe flp behind bont hlltoutl in the trnem0!lndolul wind thalt iils blowing int our fhct(s. l' 13ng'g I '. went the thdull nsiotllot'ed roport Sofl' n h1(.v gai3 nnd in the shllad of the (coming night I just nuglht sight of a fthilt lash of light. Whero we stood, the spray Coaln ruihillg' in like a hIeavy storm of ruin ; while th] whistling?-f' o 10 f lu) Inld 1 thle tllnlldorili' in of Iheo ]lt?go rollers as they curled over antl over lionl the sonlds, te'nr'lg' it. out f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

ON 'TiH NATUlAL DIseesSINATION 0o GQOLr, iMr. Eckfoldt, the principal assayor of the United States Mint at Philadelphia, has lately made soveral interesting examinations tending to show the very wide distribution of gold, Passing over the evidence respecting its presoenco in various galonas, in metallio load, copper, silver, antimnony, &o., we recite the following, perhaps the most curious result of al:l -Underneath the paved city of Philadolphia there lies a deposit of clay, whoso area, by a probable estimate, would measure over three miles square, enabling us to figure out the convenient stun of ton square miles. The average depth is believed to be not less than fifteen feet. The inquiry was started whether gold was diffused in this earthy bed. From a central locality, which might afford a fair assay for the whole, the coollar depth of fourteen feet, where it could not have been an artificial deposit. The weight of 130 grammes was dried and duly treoted, and yielded one-ei...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

NEWS OF TIIE WEEK. The banquot in honour of Moessrs, King, Riddell, and Smith, the roprooontativou of West 3ourlao in the TLogisletive Assoeubly, and to which several mombort of the Ministry wore invited, caieo off in the Mechanlcs' Instituto last night. The arrange. monto wore admlrablo. The whole afIhir was a grand sucoors, and reflooted the utmost credit upon the committoo of nuanageomont and upon the dis. trict. Wo undorstand that, privately, the mlnistors oxpros?ed thoir high gratifloation with their rocep. tion j they also utated that they had not soon any. thing In the colony so nearly approaching a gonu. ino English villago as the township of B3acchns Marlh, and they remarked the comfortable and substantial dwollings of the inhabitants, and the thriving applaranco of the district. The following members of the Ministry wore prosent:-Mr. M'Culloch, C(hief Socrotary; MIr, Iiginbothaut, Attoroy.Golnoral; Mir. Urant, Minietor of Lands and lurvey j and Mr, Bindon, linistor of Just...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

IMPOUNDINGS. SBALLAPRAT. -Impounded in Ballarat Shiro Pound, 6th August, 1866, by Mr'. J. M'Grath. Truspase 7,. Rod cow, white faco and belly, both oara. marked, JK near rump, tar brand 8 on near flank. Brown and white calf, progeny of tho.fore going cow. If not claimed and oxpenses paid, to be sold on 5th September,. J. Johnston, Pound. koopor,. GISBORNNE.-Impounded at Gisborno on 6th August, by Mr. Joliu Yarr, 'i'roipass 23, Straw. borry cow, rod ca?n, small notch on near oar, S off flank. If not claimed and oxpenses paid, to be sold on 5th September. I.L R. Dixon, Poundkecper. - GISBORNEi.-Impounded at Gisborno, July 30, by Mr. M. Gavin. Trespass Od. White heifer, small fine horns, no visible brand. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 20th August. H. I. Dixon, l'ouudkleepor. WYNDHAM.-Impounded at Wyndham Shire Pound, Littlo Rivor, on 6th of August, by Mr. P. Roos. Trospass Od. Roan mare, , n near shoulder, three shoos on. If not claimod and oxpenseoa laid, to be Fold on ...

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CAUSES OF SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

CAusEs oa SUDDEN DEATII.--Very few of the sudden deaths which are said to arise from diseases of the heart do really arise from that cause. To ascertain the real origin of sudden deaths, an ex periment has boon tridd in Europe, and reported to a solentific congress held at Strasburg. Sixty six cases of sudden death were made the subject of thorough post-?norltin cxamination; in these cases only two woro found who had died from disease of the heart. Nino out of sixty-six had died from apoplexy, while there wore forty-six cases of congestion of the laugs-that is, the lungs wore 1o full of blood they could not work, thero not being room enough for a suffiliont quantity of air to enter to support life. '1The causes that produce congesotion of tho, lunga are cold foot, tight clothing, costive bowels, sitting still until chilled after being warmed with labour or a rapid walk, going too suddenly front a close room into the air, especially after speaking, and sudden depresinug news operatin...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND PENTLAND HILLS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

BACCHUS MARShII AND 'ENTLAND HILLS * AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A sPEOIA, mooting of the. members of the Bacchus Marsh aisd Politland Hills Agricultural Society was hold at the Moohanics' Institute on Saturday last, for the puirpdse bf discussing the dosirability 'of an amalgamation with the Ballau and Melton Sociotios. Present-Messrs. Crook, G. Grant, A. Grant, D. Robertson, .W. White, J. Turnbull, D. Thomas, VW. Grant, and J. Myers. Mr. Ross, secretary of the Melton Farming Society, was also present. . Mr. Crook, the President of the Society, opened the proceedings by calling upon the Secretary to road the correspondence bearing upon the business of the mgeeting.. Several leters were read. One was fromi the Melton Society,' expressing their willing ness to amalgamate on equal terms, viz.--that all moneys be placed in one common fund; that the basis of representation should be an equality of members appointed by either Society and that the shows and ploughing matches should 'be hold alt...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

TIHUlBDAY, A UGUST 10. Prosont-Jamos Young, Esq. : J.P., chairman J 'E. Crook, hon, correspondent; Rev. J. Scott R1ev J C. , abino ; Mssrs. Watson, Pearoo, Dyer ML'Farlane, Taubmaun, and Cooper. Tho following correspondonce was read: "Education Office, Melbourno, 14th August, 1866, "Sir-I have tho honour to acknowledgo the rccipt of your lotter of the 13th instant, and in conmpliance theroewith I forward a copy of my letter ofthe 12th July, 'and a copy of the agroomont be tweon the local Commilitteo and Janeo Audceon M'Cutchan, as assistant-teacher.--I have, &c., . B. F. KAn., Secrotary. J. E. Crook, Esq., correspondent." The following is a copy of the lettor roforred to in the above: "Education Ofico, Melbourne, 12th July, 18660, "Sir-Il have the honour to acknowledge the re coipt of your letter of the 3rd inut., forwarding a list of the local Committeo, including the proposcd meombers, Meosrs. • Reid and Dodds, showing the r?llgious irsuaiions to which each belonge-to goth...

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, JULY 16, EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

AMIERICA. lEwe YoRK, JULY 16, EvENINO, President Johnson issued a proclamation forbidding all good citizens to aid and abet any expedition from United States territory against British colonists, and has enipowered General Meado to omlploy United States land and naval forces to prevent such enterprises. Genoral .Sweeuey and President Roberts, and numbers of Fonian leaders, have been arrested, but are allowed out on bail. General Meado has issued orders prohibit. ing the using of the railways for carrying Foenians, and also forbidding the telographic companies to send their despatches, Fenian roeinforcemenots on the road to the scene of operations were stopped at various ports, and put in the trains and sent home. The course taken by the Fgderal autho rities has caused greoat consternation amongst the Fenians, Before the. President's proclamation be. cam?e generally known, another body of Fenians, under General S pear, crossed from Vermoit and occhpied a phiee called Pigeon hill, but ...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

W? NnIIslAY, AuausT 15. Present--Rov. J. C. Sabino; Rov, J. Scott; Meossrs. Crook, Coopeor, M'lParlano, Taubman, AMahony, and Dyer. Mr. Crook was voted to the chair. A letter was road from Mr. T. M. Wilson, signi. fying his acceptance of the head teachership of the schools, and stating that he would be ready to commence his duties on the 13th instant. Mr. Crook stated that the teacher had attended at the school. A question was raised as to the desirability of proceooding with the transaction of business, in the absonce of the chairman (Mr. Young), Rov. J. Scott, and Mr Watson, those gentlemen, not hav. ing received formal notice of the meeting. In the course of the discussion, Mr. Scott en tered the room. Ho stated that sufficient notice of the adjourned mooting was not given. It was only that evening that he had seen Mr. Young, and up to that time neither he nor Mr. Watson had heard of the mooeting. lio (Mr. Scott) had only heard of tile mooting accidentally, through a gentleman no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

?. FRANCIS' BENEFIT SOCIETY. REG;IST?IRED UND)E, T''II' FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' ACT. T JIEETING will ho held at the CATITOLIC SSC1001O, llechuts 1whlwarl, on Saturday, let Houptemlhonr, at fovol p.,, for ho10 purpos of -1OlM llfN( a 1It .AN0CI of the above society at Itoo'hus M us, .To dliispnisation having. boon obtained, the onrolmont of mombors will bo- at once ennmunonod. Corrospondco front tho Paront Sooloty will bo submittod to tho mooting. By ordeor of the Contial Conmlnttoo. Sorciotary pro torI. IVY LODGE OF- FREE GARDENER3, BACCI"IUS MARSH, Ujl1E LtODfC1 T MEETI'INGS of this ordor no I hold at the: " COMMION SChOO1.,'" ]Jncohns IMrsh, on ovoiy alteriato Fridny evening, at oight o'rclook. Intrudlng ..nombelnor will rocoivo. overy inflr. mntlbon on applcatlion to i "THOMA.s CARLTON," Socrotary. BANK 01?F AUSTRALABIA, : . INCOIR1'OR.IATED Y ID ? OYAL ClIAl TE]R, 1833, PATID.1JP ,CAPITA? . £1, 1; o00,000 -'UAR NTEI- FUND) . 0 0 0 0 0 N'I'ERES'_ allowed on DEPOSITS, Gold hought, and...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

NO'J'IC.Tl TO CO]"RE PONDENTS'I. . CjOtuNh',rA'rION .hlo?huld bO forwarded as onrly in the wook as possible, and should bo addroesosd to the Editor, Jpress 011100o, liacohan Marsh. (Contribntors aro requoetod to writo upon ono indo only of the pnpor. All comnuicniations' intonded for publicitlon roquliro o be autlloltbieatd by the name and nIldrons of tho wriltor. Anonynous coIniuni. altlous will not bo attended to, All business oommunn00 cations and ordoer should ho addressed to the Miunger, ldriia? Oflloo, l1nculiun ~liinrh, Owing to the prassuro upon our oolumns annuod by tht roport of tih proceedigs at the Ihaniulot Innt night, we are cUoplolled to hold ovor u~itll Io~t wookh tho roporl,; of County C(our vorditl at l?Lochus Maral and lallnan, togutolhor with other loonl iltoligoneo.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

NO'ICE. M1a. Oionon LANE having conasod to bo solo propriotor of theo ?accl?us Mcarlh .?ress, it has boon dot.ormind to oi'oduco tho price to four pence oeao nuImber, and to four shillings par qunrlor; or flvo shillings, inoluding postago. Owing to tho groat inornaso in tho airoulation of the paper which must follow ns a oonsaequonco of the rodltillon in price, tho Eprcess will bo found ia most dosirablo modium for advortining, for which the following are theo terms -For ndvort.lsomunts of? on inch and undor, 20, (ld.; for ovory succoding inch, 20. Advorlisomouts intonded to bo lunorted for a lonugthoned poriod, or hunmodlatoly proeoding tho loading artlilo, as per agrloomont. Noticos of B!rths, Marriago?, or I)ontl;ha Is, o. ah. Tie I'ropriotors have appointod, as thoer Gonoral lTaunger, Mr, It. C. MAaUTOIra oN, formorly of Molbourno, to whom all businoes commlni eations and ordoers aro to bo addrosued.

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BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

BACCHIUS MALRSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. A srEoAr, mooting of the Committoee of the abovo school was hold in tho schoolroom on Saturday evening last, August 11, convened by circular. Thoro were .present-Rov. J. C. Sabine; Measrs. J. S. Cooper, T. Taubman, C. Mahony, and J. E. Crook. Mr. Crook occupied the chair. Tho circular stated the business of the muooting to be for the purpose of drawing up an agreement between the Committee and the head master, Mr. Wilson, recently elected. The following letter was reoad from the Chair. man; Mr. Young: "Bacohus Marsh, 11th Alugust, 1860. "Mr. J. E. Crook, " Dear Sir-In reply to your letter of the 10th inst., regarding the preparing of an agrooeement between the C. S. Committoo and Mr. Wilson, latoly appointed hdad teacher, I bog to inform you that neither Mr. Scott, Mlr. Watson, nor myself' can possibly attend a meeting of Committee earlier than ''Tueday next. I would suggest, thorofore, that tho meeting be postponed till Tuesday evoning, or any...

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STATE PROGRESS OF AN AUSTRALIAN QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

STrAT PROGEOnsS o0 AN AUSTtALIANt Qu?EN,- "While crossing a belt of tihabor a few days ago, when on my way to Mount Einu, my horse became restive and bogan to plunge and roar, which noerly brought me to grass. After gathering myself to. gother, I looked around to ee0 what had been the cause of the disturbance, when to my surpriso, right ahead of me in the timber, I saw an object which appeared to be about seven or eight font high, going along at a smart trot, I thought it was not like a kangaroo, Could it be an omun No; it was not an omu,. I have hoard talk of the dovil.devil, -so I made up my mind that this must be the cove, I started oelf at a smart pace, and got as near as my horse would willingly go, and, to my utter amazomont, I saw that the objoot, or cove, was possessed of four arms and two hOeads; but on drawing a little nearer, you may guess my surprise when I found it was her sable Majesty Quoon Mary, riding on the shoulders of a black follow, Oh I how beautiful, with her ...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. (Before Dugald McPherson, Esq., J.P., chairman; Peter Inglis, Esq., J.P.; and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

13ALLAN. TUEBDAY, AUGUrST 14. (Before Dugald MoPherson, Esq., J.P., chairman Potlr Inglis, Esq,, J.P.; and Waltor Duncan, Esq., J.P;) John Thomas v.'Jeromiah Mullano. B3eing tho owner of certain dogs which did attack and worry complainant's shoop, to his damago and loss in £20. Damages, £15; and £2 costs. John Tannor v. II. T. IIolyoako. ~agos duo to complainant's son, £23 ls. Postponed for a weeok. Constablo Malcay v. Michael Mullally. Drunk and disorderly. Discharged, Sonlor.conutablo Walsh v. Michael Fitzgorald. Same offonce, Fined us., and 5s. costs, or 13 hours' imprlsonment. Patrick Blurko v. Richard Fisk. Goods, £3 0s. 7d. Order for 3 Os. 7d., and £1 5s. costs; to be levied by distress.'

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. (Before Charles Shutor, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 August 1866

COURTS OF PE?TTY 8E88IONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDyNEDAY, AuVusT 15. (Beforo Charles Shutor, Esq,, P.M.) J,. S. Cooper v. Thomas Fairbairn. Defendant. had boon adnittoed to bail at the Court hold on the 8th inst., on a summons to show cause why a warrant should not be issued for his committal for non.paymont of a fine of 2110 10s., imposed under the provisions of the Scab Act. The hearIng of the case was adjourned, and defendant's bail enlarged, for seven days. William Nolson v. Robort Langmuir. Debt, .£1 Ga., for work and labour done. No appearauceo struck out. John Ward v. William Morton. Defendant was smnunoned as being the owner of a dog whioh attacked and worried throoe shep, value 43 15s., tho property of plaintiff. No appearances struck out, Alexander M'Lennan v. Richard Bouce. Debt, 13s. 6d. Adjourned for seven days. Thomas Cross v. Thomas Maguire. Debt, .2 Os. Order for .£0 Od., and Gs. costs; in default, to be levied. Thomas Cross and James Riley v, Thomas Maguiro. Debt, £1 4s....

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