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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

* *** .^N'^yiy Tit ft*** I^ APOTHECARIES wíaisoratreet, Bichmond. R. R. HÎJGHES BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of RICH- MOND, WINDSOR, and surrounding Districts, that he. has opened a business as CHEMIST AM) DRUGGIST, IN THE WELL-KNOWN PREMISES CALLED The Old Post-Office, For many years carried on by MR. PRICE. B. B. H. feels confident of giving every satisfaction, having been iii the business twelve years in England, and fifteen in Syd- ney, viz. :-with Dr. Elliott, J. S. Norrie, Analytical Chemist; H. C. Neill, Eames, and Mr. Pratt, as Principal Assistant. Any Prescriptions or Family Receipts, entrusted to his care, will be faithfully and accurately dispensed with PURE DRUGS, And he trusts by strict Attention to Business, and Civility to all, to merit the favour of the Public. N.B. Teeth extracted. A never failing Essence for tooth ache, also a spicefic for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Dysentry. THE STUD TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT RICHMOND, Tfce Pure-bred Coaching Stallion CARLEVEROOK...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

WEDNESDAY, Examination, of Eleanor Fishburne con- tinued : I cannot discribed the dress of prisoner Savage. He had no coat on at the time he met me,. but with the exception of having a handkerchief round his neck. He was dressed the same then as" now. Barker threw his coat off previous to fighting with prisoner Alson. I was first assaulted about a quarter of a mile from Windsor-road toll-bar. Prisoner Barker took out of his pocket what appeared to me a flask, after he pulled me from my horse, and tried to force it into my mouth. I prevented him by keep- ing my lips closed. A liquid flowed over my face in thc attempt in the struggle ; by the . smell it was spirits. I screamed out as loud as I could twice, until prisoner Savage put, his hand on ray mouth. The second time they assaulted mc, I again screamed, but prisoner Savage and Baker prevented me screaming by placing their hands ' on my throat and mouth. Un the third occasion, when the capital offence was committed, I called out lo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL SHOW. PUBLIC MEETING AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

AGRICULTURAL SHOW. PUBLIC MEETING AT RICHMOND. ON Tuesday last a public meeting was held in the School of Arts, Richmond, convened by the Mayor, for the purpose of inaugurating a movement to have agricultural shows and ploughing matches in the Richmond district in connection with the Agricultural Society of New South Wales. We noticed among those present, Aldermen Holborow, Ducker, Bedwell, Hughes, Pryke, Crisford, and Tur ner,**Messrs. Newcomen, Pi ice, Sloper Cox, and Gjarling. The chair, was occupied by Jo.s. Onus, Esq., Mayor of Richmond, and Messrs. Joubert and Merritt were present as a deputation from the Agricultural Society of New South Wales. The Mayor read the advertisement, calling the meeting, and said that they all, no doubt, were well aware what brought them together as it had already been reported. He had re- ceived a letter from the Agricultural Society of New South Wales, asking for the co-opera- tion of the Borough of Richmond in getting up an agricultural show, pl...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EARLY HISTORY OF TASMANIA. THE FIRST TROUBLES OF GOVERNOR ARTHUR— A SKETCH OF OLD TIMES; EMBODYING THE BUSH CAREER OF MATTHEW BRADY. Written by J. E. CALDER. (From the Hobart Town Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

THC EARLY HISTORY OF TASMANIA. TBB FIBflT TROUBLES OF QOVERNOB ABTHUB ' . ' X SKETCH ^>F OLD TIMBS ; BMBOUTOîO THE BUSH CAREER Of MATTHEW BBAÍ>,¿ "Written by J. E. CALDER. . (I)'om the Hobart Town Mercury, J * Can you?' said one of them with well counterfeited surprise, 'that's just what we want to know, so take us there directly. How many of them are there ?' ' Only two when I was there.' ' Is Brady with them V said the querist. ? ' No ; they said he had gone to the1 Cocked ! Hat, and could not say when he would be back.' ' Did you hear where the others were V 1 No ; only that they were foraging about the neighbourhood.' ' Let's see,' said the spokesman, thought- fully j ' there are four of us altogether, and wc eau manage them very well if you will help ns. Will you lend us a hand to take them? There's fifteen hundred pounds for the gang, and you shall have your share for all toe take. What do you say ?' ' Oh yes,' was the ready reply. ' Then come along with us,' said the ot...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

- ! (FBOM OM O0BEK8PONDENT.) A match was played on the 25th October last on the Caddai ground, between eleven ot the Cadda! and eleven of the Box HUI pricket Club's, which resulted in an easy victory for the former. The fielding of both sides was very good. The Caddai men seem to be getting down to thew* work well, and their play on the present occasion was very good. This is the third match they have played, out of which they have won two. I would advise the majority of them to attend practice more regularly, should they do so there is not the least doubt that they would be able in a short time to compete with any club in the district. The following is the.scorcs : CADDAI.-1st Innings. W. McCarthy b. by J. Cassidy. 0 E. Roberts, b. E. Cassidy..23 M. Horan, b T. Cassidy. 8 T. Thompson, b J. Cassidy. 0 J, Jacklin, ran out.ll R. Terrell, c and b T. Cassidy. 6 T. Stubbs, b T. Cassidy. 3 J. Hunt, b T. Cassidy. 6 J. Fairs, b T. Cassidy. 1 P. Horan, not out. 7 D. Hall, b J. Cassidy. 1 Bye...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUNERAL RITES AND CEREMONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

FUNERAL RITES AND CERE- MONIES. The anoint Persians disposed of their dead by interment. Some of the royal tombs still existing.have often been described. That of Cyrus is unique, being a sepulchral chamber in the shape of a small house,. placed upon seven blocks of marble rising pyramid fashion. Most of the tombs were excavations in the sides-of mountains, the front of which are adorned with magnificent carving. There ' was generally room for seveal bodies within. It is melancholy to think that, as in Egypt, many of these ancient receptacles of the dead have been rifled of their contents, probably by the greed of some of the very numerous in vadors of Western Asia. Not that they stand alone in this. Those who have a strong belief in the resurrection of the body will ever regard with abhorrence such sacrilege to the bodies even of the heathen dead, whether it have been committed by Oriental searchers after plunder, or by European men of science eager to find subjects for a museum. O...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

S ATURD ÄTTliOTM^ EB~8TH .7 1873 : SOME time ago we advocated the establishment of a Court of -Petty Sessions at Richmond. At that time there were some difficulties in the way, but these could now be obviated very easily. There has been placed on the Esti- mates a sum of £1,500 for the purpose of building a new Post Office and Telegraph Station at Richmond, and we do not see any reason why a Police Court could not be added to the .building, A large hall could be at- tached thereto, which would meet the require- ments, and the clerk of Petty Sessions ap- pointed for Windsor, could, without much trouble, visit there twice a week to attend to office business, ahd, in lus absence, the local policeman could perform his duties. It is nothing,new for a policeman to act as C.P.St- and the thing has been found to work ; then how much better would it do so ifg the police- man was under the supervision of a properly constituted C.P.S. Richmond has a right to demand that a Court of Petty Sessio...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 1st 1873. (BEFORE John Ducker, W. Lamrock, B. Richards, and J. M. M'Quade, Esqs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 November 1873

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 1st 1873. (BEFORE John Ducker, W. Lamrock, B. Richards, and J. M. M'Quade, Esqs., J.P.'s.) LARCENCY.-Bella Ayers was charged that she did, on or about the 9th day of October   1873 at Wheeny Creek, feloniously steal take and carry away 8 German silver forks, 3   knives, 6 plates, 2 yards of merino, and two yards of black silk, the property of Edwin Young of Wheeny Creek. Defendant pleaded   not guilty. Ann Young said the defendant was in her service as general servant, and   about four weeks ago she asked permission to go home to her father and she would return   on the Sunday. She gave her permission, she did not return: after she was gone, witness missed the articles before enumerated, she had seen them on the previous Thursday, at least not all of them ; she saw the forks that day, and the knives and plates ; she thinks she saw the merino and silk: a day or two before : she h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

Auctioneers. J.R. BEDWELL Sc CO. AUCTIONEERS, AND I GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, EICHMOND, WINDSOR, AND SYDNEY. E\ C. R. BEDWELL conducts Sales by Auction on ^Tuesday and Friday, at Railway Terminus, Sydney. Account Sales rendered and Market advices given n day after sale, at our Windsor Office. ELLIS 8c COMPANY, ^Auctioneers âc Commission Agents, RAILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 763, George-street South, SYDNEY. For tue sale of Cattle, Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, Calves, ¡TTarm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Hides, heepskins, ka. Regular Sales-Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. >: All Produce forwarded will, on receipt of advice, 4>e removed to the Depot, from the Railway Station B§r Wharves FREE OF CHARGE TO THE SENDER. BUTLER 8c INGLIS, * ^ General Auctioneers, ÈEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Railway Sale Tards and Auction Mart» 03 G-EOR E STREET SOUTH, SYDNEY 9* Regular Sales by Auction, on Tuesdays and ridays of Hay, Straw, Corn, Potatoes, Poultry, and 'airy Produce. On Thursdays, of Pat Cattl...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR VOLUNTEER RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

WIÑ b S O R Ii U N T E E R RI F L E ; ; i' MARCHES. |ONyMQçday last;the Windsor.company of I Volunteers Rifles inet at the butts" and shot P for píiáes.1' In^llhè! 3rd class match private J. |T. tíos^er¡¡ sen* af 2$0 and 500 yards,, won!] |firstiipr^e{^ith;^7ip(aintsV . In the .2nd class I f match private B. Latte took first prize, ranges t; 200 anä 500 yardd, with 29 points. And in ij'the ïtoxlà^mM, ranged ,2,0 p; 500, and 600 leards, private 'À^Ju&^^M<ÙLJàat prize j Trith^iß, pojnts. j( The following at¡e the, scores xjt 3RD OI,ABS MATCH, U ..2ND CLASS MATCH: . : Ranges 200(& öOQiyards; i . Ranges 200 & 600 yards: i ptS.(! : 27o 1261 S240 j.25o C23() ;:22.» \22,} Mu .»19() B. Lane ' ¿w^i. . James Anderson Geo. Carroll. JP. Mortram, W. Wilkins H. Mills.. È. Da^- ... J. Onus.., H. Tilley Ri 1ST ÔLÀSSJUTOH. Ranges 200,.!50pc fy 600;yards. ¡-¡, pts,, ... ... ... 46 Jenson..... .,.: 43 , Llei^. Lesley "... .... 42.,; 'W, Primrose ... ,v. ... 42 'F.'Mo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE DEATH OF KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

THE DEATH OF KINGS RICHARD IL, in the play of that name, dis- heartened by his calamities, responds to ali the encouraging words of nis lords and fol- lowers with a bitter satire on the wretched- ness of royalty : For God's sake, let me sit upon the ground, And tell sad etorieß of the death of kings : How some hare been depos'd ; some Slain in wai' ; Some haunted by the ghosts they have depos'd ; Some rcoieon'd by their wives ; some sleeping kül'd; All murder'd ; for within the hollow crown That rounds the mortal temples of a king Keeps Death his court. The unhappy monarch was destined to furnish in his own tragic fate one more illus- tration of his homily. His words came vividly to his mind in reviewing the curious catalogue which a European statistician lately furnished of the number of sovereigns who have perished by violent deaths, or been dis- crowned by disaster. The list, which must perforce to incomplete, embraces 2,540 em- perors or kings, who have ruled over 64 natioys. Of...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

maw -?>\,: £;&£^%m\t,e&.r-z ip?*1:*, Barley (0*pa)f».,*.».;".,...$>;9M-V¥Q~r&~ Dubks .........;V:;.h;..,...« 4, ^ - * .8 3 ,;. Geese.'."..;:. 0 50 <7 6 GockTurkeye.........10 6 OJf 6 ..i.. »enditto.;. 0 5 0 ,0 6 ,6 Eggs....." 0 8 0 > .1 3;;T Potatoea. 3 10 0 6 0 0 Honey..,. 0 0 2 0 0.4 ?fide» Wax. 0 1 0 fl 0 0 ; Sucking Pigs :. 0 ,4 6 0 7 6 Calves .......7.'....., 0 12 6 3 0 0 Lambs ........ .............. 0 10 6 017 6 Hides (dey). 0 0, 4 0 0 6 V Orantes.'........ .per case 0 3 0 0 4 6 Our sales during the week are Mr. Best on hay, is. 4d. : Pye, stra-Wfo. 4d ; Mr. Clough, wheat hay 2s. 4d.*| Mr. Eather oat, straw ÜB. | ld. ; wheat hay 2s. iud, ; Mr. Allen, luceme hay 2s. 2d. ; Mr. Gr. Hough, lucerne hay," 2s. Gd. ; wheat hay 2s. 9d. ; Mr. Barker, wheat hay 2s. lOd. ; Mr. Bailey, lucerne hay 2s. lOd. ; Mr. Smith, wheat hay 3s. Hay Market slightly firmer, and new hay of good quality has ad- vanced. Wood-our sales are from 8s. to 9s. Cd. per...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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OUR NEW PRINTING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

OUR NEW PRINTING MACHINE. ON Friday last* l^èVerempny, bf , naniîng îhe Steam Printing? Machine' purchased by1 ussfor the purpose .of priuting.. öpfjgoä]$a]&. thggjut.f creased circulation warranting such an addi- tion to our plant, took place in the presence ( of about 60 persons. The- machine' is" !w*Kai' is termed a single cylinder, comes from the manufactory of Petter & Galpin, Ldhdon,: E.C., and is capable of pHnting&3,000 Copies" of our paper per hour, n , ;¡¡ iii : « fi i Mr. Walker having, been called upon1 by Mr. Davies, said it had Wen his lot' 'lo ^ass. '' through many phases in his c^r^r'^hrougH' ( life, but he had never boen.placedr.in.'sô .noyej a position as he was on the present* occasion'^-. However he accepted thë duty which'1 had1 been cast upon him, as it was one which 'af- . forded him much pleasure, and wpüld' tiöt ' occupy much of their .time. Mr. Îjaviçs as \ they were all aware had established a press; * and newspaper amongst them ; h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR, PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

WINDSOR, PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUE November sittings of this Court were held on Thursday last. There were 2G cases set down for trial, the most of which were undefended. The presiding magistrates were W. Lamrock. .1. M. M'Quade, Jas. Ascough. and R. Ridge, Esqs., J.P's. O'HARA V. TTTTERTOX.-This was a con- tinued case in order to enable defeudaut to produce Mrs. O'Hara, to give evidence as to the payment defendant did not appear. Ver- dict for plaintiff. Woon v. WAILAX.-This was a claim for £3 Os. 3d., work and labour in husking corn at lld. per bushel. Verdict for plaintiff, £1 4s. with costs. HAYWOOD^ IL ftRooKS^Piayy^cldyil 8s. 6d. for bomsSupplieomo dXndiants |pVff| SHBPHEWX^nETSTE^Ï),F"aÂï' COMMOW./| -This was a claim for £1 7s., being , aa ex- J cessive charge made upon 30 sheep, and. 19 -1 , i«ftjföimpoui|a^|b|nM rft^eff&m"J5ffHam * iQonkon. 3&ef twéésmeàeàMiA the lían^lr m^d^hVcMr|ás, 'liitstbey4 admitted the im pou nd in? ; upon these points the case hinged. Mr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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HAY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

HAY RK PORT. THE supply sent down this week was very limited, and now that the late glut is cleared off there is a marked improvement ia the ' market, which we ex- pect will continue next week. We sold, since our J last report, Mr. Rumery (Riverstone) hay at 6s. 6d., 6s. 4d,, and 6s. l ld. ; Mr. Kinchela (Riverstone) hay at 5s. 10d., and 6s. ; Mf Pearson (Windsor) lucerne at 2s. 8d. ; Mr. Gleeson (Windsor) 2s. 8d. ; Mr. Clough (Richmond) hay 3s. 7d. ; and other trucks at quotation. BUTLER & INGLIS, THE EXCURSION TO THE HAWKERBRY RIVBR. -About forty gentlemen and several ladies availed themselves of the opportunity that I was afforded a few days ago for a trip up the Hawkesbury River, the grand and beautiful scenery of which has been so highly extolled by Mr. Anthony Trollope ànd others. The steamer pelican left Sydney about half-past 5 o,clock on Friday morning, calling at one ! or ( wo wharfs on the harbour to pick up pas- sengers. It was then raining, but after get- ting o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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DREADFUL OUTRAGE ON THE WINDSOR ROAD. FOURTH DAY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

fillip ßm^ßpomni^' . ON THE * "WINDBOR HOAD. FOURTH DAY. THURSDAY. Before Messrs. Langley, Taylor, and Bowling. The Court was again crowded in every part. Cross-examination of Mrs. Fisbbourne continued : There was a great deal of con- fus ion; she was lying, across the road; Savage was prevented from accomplished his purpose the first time by tte road being uneven and several of the men jostling about v- her ; it was about ten minutes before she got |^ on the horse after being pulled of the first 5 time ; she was pulled off again after getting I only a few yards away ; Savage and the other three men assisted to pull her off the horse the second time ; Barker and Savage were the principals the others assisted ; her skirt was partially torn ; Barker and Savage threw her on the ground and Olson and Hackett helped to hold her down while Savage put his hand over her mouth and with the other hand L. caught her by the throat : Barker was hold ing her by the arm. The witness then went s, on...

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CHAPTER V. RE-UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

CHAPTER V. RE-UNITED. GERALD Paston had quitted his actor friends, who, weary of pursuing their profession under such difficulties, had variously disposed of themselves among the Cavalier nobility, and very reluctantly, by Julie's constant en- treaties and Mabel's friendly urgings, he had taken up his abode at Naseby, bringing with him his old friend, Philip Henshawe, for Whom Julie had conceived a great liking, and of whom she had spoken so much and so kindly to Mabel as to procure for him a pressing in- vitation. The relations between the old manager of the Blackfriars Theatre and his protege had of late grown more intimate than ever. The old man was more tender, more fatherly in his demeanour towards the young one, who, on his side, was more considerate and respect- ful than of yore. One day, Henshawe sought him privately, saying that he had a communi- cation to make which had long lain heavily upon his heart. After much hestitation, and a rambling defence of his conduct, in so l...

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CHAPTER IV. GROWING WEARY OF EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

CHAITEil ÍV. GROWING WKAItV Ol-' V.Ylh. Wu KN Monsieur du Bois qui tied Cromwell's lent, he struck across the open plain, upon which tlie army was encamped, and made for a. small road-side hostelry, which hy had re- marked in coming thither, intending to rest there for the night. Ile had just passed the huit outmost, when a tall weird ligure suddenly rose up before him in thc dim light, Seemingly out of the earth ; the horse reared and snorted with terror. ' So, Henry Daubeimy, wc meet once more !' said a harsh, well remembered voice. ' ' Madame Gu in ard !" cxchiimed thc horse- ', man. whom ;he reader has, doubtless, long suspected to be lin gil üvcJineourt ; ' this is j a strange meeting'.' ' Why so V -he cried. ?' Whore shouV, the . ravens, the birds of ii! omen. bf. but in tim 1 track of ihe slaughterers ] Where slx-uld a ; witch be but amen;" i Y.riuins ? and she1 laughed mockingly. I ben, in a sterner tour. ; ' Hast thou come back to Kn land to claim j ¡hine own ? <...

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THE YOUNG CAVALIER; OR, THE DAYS OF CROMWELL. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE. BOOK THE THIRD.—1648-9. "THE GREAT REBELLION." A FUGITIVE FROM THE BATTLE-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

)^YS OF CROMWELL'. ' r¿$ EISTORICâL ROMANCE BOOK THE THIRD.-1648-9. "TIÎE GREAT KEBELLÍON," A FUGITIVE FROM THJÎ BATTLE-FIELD. : v- For a-^ime'CrómWéll'fiáéin'liís' chair, buried in1 thought, the stormy nature of which was . indicated by the workings of bis features and the muttered exclamations that occasionally burst from his lips. Gold ae the night was, - the sweat dropé stood iii beads upon his brow. At length he rose from his seat, paced up and down the tent, giving utterance to his~ thoughts in low, broken words. ' It has come at last/ he muttered, £ aud I stand face to face with my destiny ! It will be thrust aside no longer-it will be obeyed ! Why should I struggle-why should I oppose : to it my puny human judgment ? Before 'the first day' of Genesis, every, act of my life, and of every living creature was fore-doomed. The places of the elect were marked out in heaven and Tophet was prepared for. the damned. And yet, in spite of this conviction, the human mind still question...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 November 1873

täQxttzptnititmt. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.'] (To tlie Editor 01 the Australian.) Sm,-Will you be kind enough, to insert the following, for, although not a general re- tailer of news, I fancy that some parts of the .letter may be, in a certain measure, explana- tory to many of your readers-a letter which appeared in your issue of the 25th instant, signed " Leo." Was that signature printed tb lay the blame on others by any cowardly individual ? I must imagine it was as from what I know of " Leo ;" he could, under no circumstances, produce 6uch a production, it being from first to last a MASS of contradictions of bad gram- mar, which could only have emanated from the pen or pens of the writer, or writers, after they had arrived at the 11th power of . (?) It will shortly be understood what is meant by the plurality of Writers. Truly a sleep would have done them more good, but when persons (I was going to say gentlemen) are possessed of a mani...

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