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Sydney, August 28th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

. Sydney, gv.ust 28th*, .1 • ;To.;Tlq EtdR-TOa'OF'T l:MoNToi.-- '" -Tna.insults and persecution you have lately expe enced from some of the Clergy- of the Colony has expite4 .thp general disgust and indignation ,ot' tht Colonists. Yet their treatment of you, 1 find, has not 'been singulair. Another gentleman, the father ~1. : fainly of-ten llldren 'in this Colony, has bcensiin -' larly dispossessed 'of his pewr in St. Phillip's' Churcr, (as;I am credibly asdured) on which, a few ",unthal ago in confidence of his permament tenure of it, h, .had expended nearly eight pounds for lining it yqk 'baize, prvidinig cishiohs, and'for m'akiun a rea?ink desk and ii form fof kneeling on. Phe 'motive ineta .caste liasldouihtless been pretty much: the" 'ame;vij. ?, . S ' . ? E ,? , .! , aIn the.latter indeed, thc pretext was, that the pew Swi ianted' for a .Ptblide Ofi'cer, Col. Morrisit't,; though the' party ejected "was hiniself a public offi'er. alsoi;'holding a very ancient and most 'respecta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

FOR LONDON VIa.. OBART 'TOWi '. Rff9E Ship • farahb, George ..1 King Esq. Commanders, will positively sail for. Hobart Towsn on the 15th Instant; fromt which port she is bound to sail for . Lolado on the 19th 'November. Freight or passag may be had on liberal terms for either place by application to: ST. G. PITH.A At No.. IQ, Geoto tuct 1i H OLJLAREDS G 'M- 0n: q es,'. ' ' c each Superior brandy, iq quanotzoi nt lep. tft 5 gallons .... East India Madeita, in woodaad.bo ?tle Teneriffe, Barsae, Champagne, Vti; dm' Grave, Rausan, Sauterne, Med?io Cyder in cases I dozen each Isle of France sugar, by the tto"r b Sugar candy in tubs? . Tonkay, Hyson skin, Gunpowder,, Impe:ria Hyson, and Souchong tea " Rice, gram, coffee, curry powder,. Negrohead tobacco, snuff Wax and eperm candles,, ca~ ie aoai Goblets, tumblers, and wine glase?? ' China crapes, shawls, had ta ?rchtilf, scarfs :, ' Silk and gause handkerchiefs ' ; .... : Striped and cheeck eanreeneta ' t, .. , , . Gaeuz dresse r Grass cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

ýýt s lye a t.'. pdper b;.. .... baraxs, elide pincers, witli egly `. sortment of grirndery. . ' ......BrUshiarei~ :d . ii ooiirms 'Dtiitrs &tiubbing brushes Sash tdolk ?'k 1cdribbers, *ith S6Eke ditto spare clainmis ~. ii. PIeitsfT. Norse brushes $'liLgtreetl' ditt :l trI Water' ditto zid smiill' D??ting ditto Rouhtd fdrtiittire ditto ']?i iiAter ditto • FFc '9 - and rcaimaon Japan hearth ditto " ible dit(o. Ground piaint brushes . te;s of .doopers', "iet, dch o s .iWtig 'as Adze, axe, hand saw, bung .saw, outside spoke "''bhave, in'ide spoke shave, round shave, rivetting "- naitner; broad drawing knife jigger, shop' iBife,' iron driver, iron hand driver, iron chIns i?; small and large punch, bick ironi, ilag ngiron, croze, double. jointed. plane, top .,ping ditto, bunh augur, compass, pincers, GAaper augur, and bung borer ahndled, vyce, ..:brace, 12 bits, and pad, rule, and half-round :.rap handled. " Hardware, consisting of the following: knives and forks Flat irons, Ital...

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LEADING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

(From the Morning Chronicle Thursday May I., .1828) LEADING ARTICLE, As far,as we can, understand, :the D'1?a , Hof .Wellington's system or governing, as??jin l t in the reasons assigned by- him for consenting 1t .Repeal the Test and Corporation Acts, ,is this-that the Executive should, above. all thiaip, study to preserve the tranquillity of the country; that it should leave a free course to the -.mariites tation of public opinion, without throwipgg iatf in agitated questions into either scp)e; aP.d whlen an alteration of the ex;sting state of things is demanded, that it should onlly yield to the de. imand when, "utter an.estimate of the strengthdof the respective parties, that party which dezlisnded ;: the innovation was the .st'rogest in -point -.of, influence, so, that nlore inconvenience -wmogl resdlt from the refusal than from concessiqn. The following passage in a speech of his GOt c. on Monday night, will, - we think, bear us toutal the concision we have drawn :-" I wilt'Ipa...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

SSYDNEY MARKIC Average price on quantity lb4 d'. Wheat 18s.-Maize-l ls. Od.-Barley ?0? ,?*th1 Os. Od.--Fine Flour, 40 s. sterling pet'f0?, lbs,--Seconds do. 33s, Od--Bread .9d?; p6. t loaf.--Potatoes 248. cwt per --Fresh'Brt. '$ Od per 16i-Salt do, 2s. 6'd. No. 81. George 'Street " Sydney New. S ' DITED, PRI;NTVeD, AI4DPUBLIS4Di BY THE PROPPlBTO,. . EDWARD SMITH HAl ,'; • -p+ /·

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THE MONEY-MARKET.—City, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

)I. TiE MONEY-MARKE'1T--City, Wednesday. *' ·?strong sensation was produced in the City this afternoon, by the report, that the King had signified :.o? Ministers a determination not to give the Royal '. A?.eSent to the Bill for the repeal of the Test and Corpo , tibion acts. Connected with this rumour was another, '4*.at the Duke of 'Wellington, not having ir et with ..' aspprobation of the. King, in the conduct which he . nd ..his colleagues had pursued with regard to the rheaaure,.was about to resign, if he had not already dne 'so,. 'Theie 'were 'the chief topics of interest, 4lery thing besides sinking, into 'camparative indigni f£cance ;they occasioned a further decline in the public funds of about z per cent. on the. closing quotations of yesterday. It was likewise stated, that the whole 6f,'thd Cabinet Ministers were closetted for several hdurs this afternoon, on the subject above referred to !. .In short, nothing transpired but what tended to excite alarm. The ,Jews were alle...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

HOUSE OUPT CLOA S. Sua d. 1ACiN'TOSIt 1ioved foir acopyq;the portfaddro' ýd ,lby the late Geneiali Micqu~nric,-jn..y i82t, to I '~ 3Bathurst, .Secretary of .the . Cobmil Department ; and also for" a Copy of the Letter sub' deqteiitl addressed by the late General .Maficad'e, an rcply ,t'h: h1eport of :Mr. Commissiondr .Bigge. 110 bielived that ýhcre would be no objection 'tthe rpr?-r dutrtion of the docu"miidt .for which ie nmoved. ;Hi4 object in moving f rhtlibm wvas, to be pitoidcd'ivith' thl' information. which.they ,cointaied respect,ng the Ca lony of New" South Wales, as well as da tst the asper sions which liha bcen tast tipon it. J LORI F; GWE said;, :tihere' wad ndtob8s'tion f2i be part, pf,.th ;:(olunial-Dcpart~nent,' ith whicli-he i'Ea connected, to the production of the first Repiorf?.fo_ whici.tlheRight Ilonourable .ientlcmni :had moved. As to the se;ontd dociuioenLt, the le tter in -rqpiy togj4r. Com'missi6ner Biggi; he.wpuld suggest,t tat as it re flected on that G.rntl...

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FRENCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

FRENCH PAPERS. '[From the Gaxtette de France, dated April 29.] "BUC HAREST,: April 10.---Thongh a great deal has been said of the advance of the Russian troops on the 13th, and though it is even affirmed.that the order for their departure has been seen, fixing that day for their entrance into the principalities, it appears that on the 8th no preparations head been observed in.the Russian cantonments which indicated that they would tSoon depart : people, indeed, pretend to know that 2Q0, 0 men will pass the Pruth, and that the military opera tions will be confined, for the present, to the occupa tion of the Principalities. These however, are but re ports that require confirmation.---Augsburg Gazette. CoRFU. April 1.-Accounts deserving of credit say, that Yarnachotti Hisios, and other .Captains, have joined the Greek corps at I)ragomestre, which is very shortly to advance towards Arta. Captain Gogos, Colylidas, and the Sturneris, are also ready to join the Greeks, as socn as the latte...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

[Fromrn tre Consiitutionnel of A1:onday. PAlis, April 28.-We have a painful duty to per form, but the interests of truth and of the country ought to be superior to all private considerations. The Chamber of Deputies consists of 430 meambers ; out of that number the re-elections and leave .of ab sence have taken 60. The number present at the:sit tings should be 360, but for some time the num ber present has usually been from 220 to 230, .and never more than'280. And we must remark, that yesterday the greatest deficiency wss on .the .Consti tutional Benches. This absence is the cause of the majorities being unsteady, and of the comprdmise Qf Questions which are extremely weighty. The most important decision may depend on one or two vpices. The first obligation of a good and faithful Deputy is to be on his post. A single vote is 6ften more impor tant than a fue speech. Method of obtaining a greater number of one ses,. at the option of the Proprietor, iu the breeding o . live Stock. The...

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LEADING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

(Promr the Morning .sh4 dni4e 'of 'LEADING ARTICLE. - Lont DAniqLET, who possesseB a eonakdii* ble estate in *Ireland,.moved last night for ,the .:ap pointment of a. Select .Committee, to inquire isºdt the State of the Distressed Population.ok .rela~e4 .with -p i~wI to the introduction of a 4'dif?e~4 ves y ,iioving picture of the condition olf the 'rretcetd namives of the Sister Kingdom ; and ap pealetdto the Assembly as Christians boun~I to relieve the destitute, and as Landholders deriving their luxuries from those who were perislitng tof want in' the streets and highways. "Did their J.trddships (he said) call themselves the disciples of the uild and benevolent J esus, who went,abqut doiig good, and denouncing those '.vho neglected thie .rst duty of OCluistianity-to feed the hungry and clothe the ria)ed--yet abandon their fdfloiw countryy men in the last stages of misery ? 'The lHouse he:. was addressing consisted almost ex clusively. of landed proprieto's, who either. i ready. or...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

a s*i? .Di?D?oI flOR TRE E ING W??E?E. VADrIATIONS t~ THERMOMETER, &t. &C. TAKEN AF 7° AN .THI IioniNiNG, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 StiN T ?I EVENING RESPECTIVELY. .. ' 15th Sunday after Trinity. High Water 45 mI. p. 11 forenoon. ASuin rises 7 in.p. 6.-Sets 53 m. p. 5. I High Water, 10 m. p. 12 Morn.-36 min. p. S .12 Afternoon. . ? . t ergh Wter "6 'n, . 1 Morn.-33 m. p. 'Afternoon. j,~High Water, 2 Morn.-'-28 m. p. 2 aftern. " I First Quartcr of tie Moon, 31 m. p. 9 Morn. High Water, 59min. p. 2 Morn.-32 in. p., i I L-' ~3, Afternoon., _ 4i~hWater, 5 W. 4Morn.-36 m.p. 4 Aft. 1ih Water, 15 Ih. p.'5.5 Morn.-43 m. p. 5 S j Evenig.. THURSDAY ...... 59 6756N. W. Fine 'FRIDAY......... 60 75 58 do. 'do. 84TURDAY........ 5970 54 do. Cloi'dy SUNDAY ........ ...60 76 58VVariable' Rain'lhmunder MONDAY ' ....5. 6 70 52 do. Fair TUisDAY ,....50 65 50 N. W. do. WE.N.EsDAY...... 18 60 46 do. howery .

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SIn JAMES MACINTOSH said, that he held in his hand a Petition from the Gentry, Merchants, Trades men, &c. of the Colony of New South Wales, having been agreed to at a meeting called by the Sheriff, and sanctioned by the Government of . that country. The prayetn of the Petition was, for popular representation, and for Trial by Jury. As, however,n these subjects were at presentl under the attention of the House, owing to a bill which was about to be introduced, be would not now take up their time by any preliminary remarks. He would merely state, that he had been informed by persons who, he believed, were well ac quainted with the subject, thato the two Australian Colonies embraced a population of from fifty-five to sixty thousand persons, of which number, from thirty-five to forty thousand persons were free settlers. The amount of the revenue derived by Government from these persons was 60,0001. annually; and as far as it could be calculated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

C-~ uI O Vo T *- " • "i SHE :FI YE YOUNG STALLION, GREY S ' C-AMAR TON. .? REY CAMERTON will stand at Wind sor, Richmond, Pitt-town, and Wilber -foce; during the season"; the inhabitants of S 'tbie districts.have now a facility afforded them of improving., their . breed of horses . bi hich never before presented itself. Grey. Camnerton ib one of the best bred horses now ,-itant, -his grand dam vwas imported to this "Colony and cold -to Mr. Williamson, and his grand sire was the trab horse Shark. " His Sam -,was well Lmown and celebrated j for being1 the dam of Smashum, who trotted sicteenamiles within the hour, and carried twelve stone, and his sire is the thorough bred English horse Bay Camerton. Indeed, those who are admirers of blood-horses com bined with beauty and strength, cannot but affirm that these qualities, tre truly charac teried in Grey Carnmerton. S.Teris--Four Guineas each Mare, and.five shillings, groomage. Good paddocks gratis. S THE.. PR OPERTY OF[ GEORGE BROWN. La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

TO COVER THIS SEASON, S T GLENDON, IIUNTER'S RIVER. I C i M4are. 10. St Groom's- Fee ty ,g d. TIIE BAY IORSE 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; %rS' got by Bourbon, dam Tramp's dam) by S.Gpobanna,.her dam Fraxinella by Trentbhaz, Wootpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse,.&c. .&c.-- FAde S'sutg oak, ra. 3. ,Bousbon .was got by Sorcerer, dam iby?Pre. elpitate, her darn by IHighflyer, out of Tiffany, by el hpse,e &c c..-Videi Stud Book, pate 289, :G4haa?t wasgot by Mercury, dam by Herod, -r a.dg ,Maides by M atcheem, &c. &,e.---?ie gtud Boo*, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORM.ANCES in 1827. Newoerm?t, at pring Meeting, Momday, AprilO30tA, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10. sovereiggs each, for Horses.of all ages, Ab. m. Lord xSouh.awptIP's b. c. Toss, by Bpurbon.8 at. 1QO:bs. . . :I Mr. Wyndham's.bl. c.:Black Swan, 8 at. 6 bs. 2., Lord Darlington's Abibn, 9st. 51ib.; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's. br. c. the general, 8st.. 21b. ; Duke of 'Richmond's ...

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THE MONEY-MARKET.—City, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

Il N . MONEY-MARKET-City, Thursday,. ' eire ha' been a repetition, this afternoon, of the mo?-oars-circdlit?d yesterday, regarding the alleged gtinderstapdingbetweea his Majestyandhis Ministers i ,cie subject. of the Repeal of the Test and'?orpo -~tion Acts.; although thdy obtain cduntenanco from g laftci eh nd any sufficient authority, yet the Funds il ' per cdnt in the private bargins on the. Royal Ex amnge, ; hereth ewhole of the business wa transacted, Oi having beenr observed as a holiday at the Bank and Cek 'ýarlckt§? There was a numerous assemblage at Jobbers and Brokers, ao early as ten o'clock in the ioraing, ainoi~ whom, khlij'advance in the Funds on (i2on&~,y occasioned co muckh ablarm, that Consols for 6cc6duat, Which: left 'off yesterday from 85- to 5-8, eedz. to 86. - Among the barcrs, were observed seve tCA i~dividtalf iwho gotricl.of Stock yesterday at the c: qnuoitons, thereby consenting to a loss of ( ;r. t~-t. :twas odt until it was nscertainid that no cor...

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THE MIROR OF FASHION [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

T. E MIROR OF FASHION , .(From t.e Court' Circular.) 'l' Dte cof Cumberland and the Duchess of MGlbacftte, visited his Mijesty yestsrday, at his Palace ta'St. James's. 'hie healthof the Princess Augusta'continues to ink br Pve--?r 'Royal Highnecs passed a very good night 'i ,?Wedn? day night, n4d received visits yesterday .$gOi the DuchesC of Clarence, the Duchess of Kent, -~t tha Duchess of Gloucester. Peinco Leopold honoured. the performance of the Concert" of, ncient .Music at the Hanover-Square' omr, on Jndnesc~ay evening, with his presence. 'Iho Duke of Cumberland honoured Viscount and FVlcountscas-, Lcrave with his company to dinner yes ~erday, t' thcrt residoace in Grosvenor-square. 'T'here wrs, e:?slect party to ,meet His Royal bligbness. SPrince Leopold left 'his residence, Malborough blouse, Pall Mnl1; yesterday morning, for his seat at 4?atretdunt. Lord Hill's Levee.--His Lordqhip held a Levee esterday afternoon, at two o'clock, at his office in the foreo Guards, which wa...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) CRIMINAL COuRT, SATURDAY.-Judge Dow'ling.' charge to peeson.-John Geeson, private soldier of the 39th regiment, was placed in the dock to receive sen tence. Mr. Justice Dowling, addressing the prisoner, said, be was then about to receive the judgement of that Court for the offence of which he had been con victed-the feloniously slaying of Terence Roony, on the 17th day of August last. He had been indicted for. the wilful murder of the same person, but the Jury taking into consideration all the circumstances of his case, bad felt it due to themselves and the country, to bring in such a verdict, as averted the dreadful penalty which the law afgixed to murder. With the verdict of the Jury, His Honor found no fault. 'It had been upon. a merciful view of his (the prisoner's) case, that the Jury by their mitigated ver dict, had saved him from the horror of an ignomini ous death, and he was relieved from the, duty, at all times distressing to a Judge, of'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

SADVERTISERS +IN GENMERAL, AmN G MENTS OF SIorPS N PARMCULAX. 'r`egard+ to the mercantile part of our rlabours, tosauggestto Ship-agents, Landholders, Mlerchants, Settl"ers, Pound-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Journals of this..CoIo'ny, the superior advan tages of their advertising in a weekly pa per, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one of which Bpublishes three times a week, and the other twice. For the .same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser for ';publishing his Advertisement three times in one week, we carry on his .'4fvertisement to the end of three weeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his ishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (f' khelike) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of the two. But. where is the use of his laying out his money in both these iYournals, whose rapidity of publica .lion brings .his' half-guinea to com pletion in a singleeek .P when hieought...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 13, 1828 NEWS BY THE COUNTESS OF HARCOURT. (From the Morning Chronicle of Saturday, April 19, 1828.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

TUD A'IRN N, S"EMBER 13, 1828 NEWS .s.·, . .BY TH. OQUN TESS OF 'HARCOURT. . (From ,tle M oriing Chronicle of . aturday, April 19, 828.) M E.understand that the story of a Congress at 'lVaisa~ v ahd the Coronation of NICHOLAS on the 1st of May, whibh appeared in the Augs b6igh Gazette, is a pure invention, for which the Jew party receive credit. Neither at Vienna nor at St. James's is anything known of such a (on gess and Coronation having ever even been in contemplation. IT is cpnfidently affirmed by those who have good sources of information, that the Russians will not remain in the Principalities, but proceed toq Constantinople, They will neither meet with any op osition in 'the Principalities, tibr will they find apy one to negociate, with, were they even ibclined to negociate: LoRD PRUDHOE is now in Constantinople, and writns of very late date, that the English were there trieated with the utmost kindness and consideration, ald.he things (but of course this is only inference) t...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

DQMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHIT CnAT.-In the Supreme Court on Saturday last, Frederick Dawes. Esq. whom admitted by the, Judges to practice as an, Attorney .Mr. D..has benp for some ti.le a practitioner in the Supreme Court at Hobart Town..--The Sydney Constables have' beeni ordered by the Superintendant of Police, to assume a certain dress, which they are to provide at their indi vidual expence.---lndependent of the sum of £30,000 taken away. by the Boddingtons in .hard cash last week, a farther shipment of three casks of dollars was made on board ship on Saturday last.---Mr. D. Poole, lately admitted to .practice in the Supreme Court, made, his maiden mnotion on Saturday. The bar on that day was more numerously attended by the profession than usual.---Mr. Howe's trial.'for .lbel in the Criminal case of Dr. Douglass, was brought 'on yesterday.----Witnesses who' fail to 'be present in Court on trials, upop being called upon their subpweneas, besides incurring the penalty of £100. furthe...

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