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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

"BEIJX'S LIEE IN S y D ET E X7' A DYERTISEMENTS rocoivod np to 7 pm. on ¿X. ERIDAYS Instructions to lutluhuti ndiottise monts must; roach, tho oQIco not later than 0 p in on WEDNESDAYS.-228, Castlorcngh-ntreot. , . TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. , FIVE or SIX ITUNDBED POUNDS good second- hand BRE^VXBE To bo sold cheap for CUBJI. -Apply at.tho ofltco of tins papor. OIIAL.IENGE. COCKING.-I tho undersigned nía opon to fight a Main of sovon^Coeks for ¿25. Aid?. WILSON, tho LION'S TEEIIAOE, Northumberland-street, Livcr .pool. *_' _* 'i ' 1173 rPHE BROADSWORD.--A Gejitlomna is prepared to JL bnck Captain Macdonald to play Inspector Black, Ihu Ural soron luts, for fiçra. ¡E60 to sC200, as niay.bo agreed upon. Atldrcse, T. 'It., Belts Life Pilleo_ JA1LA.I0A Ktrir, wnrriititcd genuino, wood and botllo 4 Kinahnn's Dublin LL whiskey,r equal to palo brandy. . Guinness' -XX3Ç porter, bottled in Dublin (genuino). SAGE, MDDLDE, and CO, 52, Now Pitt BtrcolNorth. - 1176 ' HATS AND CAPS. &H. SMITH, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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T H E T U R F. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

T H E T U R F . Notliîng to recoid in actual racing during the week ; everything connected with it being flat, stale and unprofitable. " Poor Man's Friend," who rather .belied his name, as we hear, caine in first in his match with " Black Tommy" over Ashfield on Saturday afternoon. We were not there. Our readers will observe that Mr Duppa ïust managed to pull off one race last week in Melbourne. "We rather fear that Phoebe and Wildrake will be, if anything, more difficult than ever to dispose of ; anda rumour has reached us, that tliey will make their appearance again in New South Wales before very long; their ulti mate^ièstination being, as we imagine-Queens- land. " ^" i - In accordance with an advertisement in our last a meeting was held at Tattersalls on Tuesday evening, to consider matters connected with the re- fusal by the Jockey Club of The Randwick Course on New Year's Day. Besides the Chairman, there were three Committee men present, and several other influentials ;' but w...

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VICTORIA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

.% VICTORIA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. I FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,18G0. 1 KEW GitAND STAND STAKES of 100 BOVS ¡ entronco 5 aova ; ono milo und n half ¡ weicht for ngo. Mr. W. Henderson na b h Buzzard, by Warliawk, 1 jrs, Dut -lib Morrison 1 Duppa's b R Wlldrake, s yrs, Oat 01b .Hay 2 Lang's be Dauntless, 3 jrs, 7st41b.Haynes 0 , Bottingj even on Dauntless ¡ 3 to 2 ugst Wildrako ¡ 4 to 1 ugst Buzzard. i Won in a canter. Time, 2 min 531 Bee. SpJtura- SAI-LINO- STARKS of 100 sova ¡ ontrnneo, 5 BOVS ¡ for two-yr-old colts und Allies ¡ colts, 8st ; flllios, 7st 111b ; three-quarters of u mile. Mr. Unnley's br f Medora, by High Sherifr-Dora.Waldoek I Canley*« b c Professor.M'Gcc Ü Coleman'* b f Lucy Ashton.-.li j an 0 Lang'H b c Secundus.:.Hnyiws 0 Cowell'* br f Lady Mornington .Bishop 0 Kcighran's bro Goshawk .I!. Bishop 0 Yuille'« eh c Eagle Hawk .Cooke 0 Betting i 7 to 4 light Goshawk ¡ 2 to 1 agst Sccondi« ¡ .í to 1 each agst Eagle Hawk and Professor j 5 to 1 ngst Medora. . 8 to 1 agst...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

CAIIPBULLTOWÎT.-A match ngninBt timo cnmo off on Monday tho 2fllh ; tho distanco run boing half a mile. Peter Hacket hacked himsolf for £1, to accomplish it in five minutes, from Fieldhouso's to tho court house, which he did with two minutes to spare, but was grently exhaust- ed. A cricket match will bo played on Monday 12th hist., between olevon of tho Wollongong Oluh nnd alike num- ber of the Campbelltown Club for a dinner. LAUT WILTON AND HAPPY TOM.-A match for a cen- tury betweon tlicso Carisbrook celebrities, over a milo, weight for age, ii as run on tho Tnllaroop courso on Fri- day last, and after a Blushing raeo, the mnro won hy a neck. Sho was trained and riddon hy Mitcherson. RelFs Life in Victoria, Oet. 20. TitOT v. GALLOP.-A singular match recontly carno off at Dunedin, Now Zealand, botween a horse nnd a Ti- mor pony. Mr. Sydney Jnmes, onco woll-known in the Melbourne limiting field, bncked his bay gelding to trot two milos against Mr Scott's littlo-'un gallopping, owners...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

THE VICTORIAN JOCKEY. CLUB TWO THOUSAND 0-UINEAS STAKES, (OPEN TO AM; THE WOULD), i. Sweepstakes of 100 sovs each, half forfeit, ?with BOO BOTS nddod. Distance, two miles and a quarter ; for throo-yr-olds and upwards. Weights : three yrs, 7st ¡ four yrs, 8st 81b ¡ five yrs, 9st 101b ; six and aged, lOst lib ; mares and goldings allowed 31b. Second bono to receive 200 SOTS out of the stakes, and the third horse to save his stale. ' Entries to bo made on the 1st- February, 18G1, and BO BOTS to bo then paid; forfeit declared, cr balance of e«oopstakos paid, fourtcon days boforo tlio race is run. To be run at the Victoria Jockey Club Spring Moot? -tig, :^l.~s^s^afc*íi3K^.,«'?^^ THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKEÖf £500, with a swoop of ¿100 each added, half forfeit upon to all tho Australian Oolonios. Providod threo or moro horses start, tho second horso to recoivo £200, and the third horse £100 out of the | Stak«. , To bo run for over the NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, the ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

POLICE.   AK Aiwisno DODGE.-A conversaziono was held at the Central Police Court on Monday, when Thomas Jones, or porluips Waddington F.R.A. (Fellow of the Rogues' Association,) an eminent connoissour in pictures, was introduced to Captain Scott and a select party of gentlemen, admirers of the Fine Aits, to submit for their inspection five framed engravings by nrtists of unknown celebrity, which Mr Jones had the good fortuno " to solcofc nfler survey" from the gnllery of that well known draw ing master, Mr Robort Stopp, of the Pnrramntta Road, whoso productions are marked by a spirit and depth of coloring willoh sliongly evince the warmth of his genius. Mr Stapp stated that on Friday night last, some un- known friend paid his hosteh-fo tho honor of a visit, and that on the follón ing morning" the five gems beforo tho Court had become dissolving views. Constable Sander- son found Mr Jones offering tho treasures of art for sale at prices so fabulously small that " he misc...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Giioss IrramrATOr jo?, A . BENCH OF* 'Gamox JUSTICES,-In inquest wita Keldim Darlinghurst Gaol on Monthly, «pitha body'of a iBhn named 'Edward Burns, o confino in that bstablishmenfc. .Fronyjtho* evidence ad- duced it appeared that Burns had boon ¿a sawyer," work ing at' Grafton, and thht liaiing contracted a so'voro*'cold serious illness followed, which wholly prévented'hini from working. When thus disabled, the unfortunate inan was brought hoforo the Bench ut' Grafton, charged with tho heinous crime of poverty (his oidy fault) and dealt with us u vagrant. In the lust stage of sickness and destitu- tion, the unhappy man was removod from tho Clarence River to Darlinghurst Gnol, to undergo a mouth's im- prisonment, but death, moro kind than . mun, speedily released him from his suiltirings. The jury marked their appreciation of the mnnnor iu which "justice is tempered, with mercy" by tho Grafton justices, in a- '.' rider" , ox-, prcasivo of thoir indignation al th...

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ALBERTS. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

i '. ALBERTS. ' i First liinlnifä. V. Itowlcy, b Banbury A. Park, li Ireunlo J. Clark, b Hanbury ... T. Lcnls, b Iredalo ... II. Newcombe, run out ' W. still, 1 b v, b Hanbury Captain Ward, b Iredale. J. Curran, b Hanbury ... C1. Illidge, b Iretlalo ... O. Curtis, b Hanbury .. W. Sullivan, not out ... Hye* . Widea . Wo shall givo tho bowling at tho conclusion of the match. MEETINGS.-Tho cricketer's association wero to have held a meeting last Monday, hut though a largo number of members wor prosont nothing was dono. And why ? Nobody knows. Tho meeting stands adjourned to Monday noxt at half-past 7 p.m. at " Cunningham's." We hopo thoro will bo a good attendance, and no further delay. Somo ono must bo to blomo for what lins already taken placo. THE SvDNur UNiTEimiTjr CLUB held thoir Annual General Meeting at tho CnfoFraucnis on Friday, Oct. 2G. Mr. R. Want in tho chair ; the follpwing nro the Coin mittco nppointcdt-Messrs D. S. Mitchell, G. Curtis, J. Kinlock und Docker, und Mr J. S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

COALS 1 COALS I! COALS!!! BEST HOUSEHOLD COALS dolivored nnywhoro in town, in quantities not loss than ono ton, nb 27s. por ton ; mid in any quantities to parties sending their own drays, at 28s. por tou. i O A S H. Apply to A. FLETCHER, 720__^_ Phoenix Wharf.'' MEDICAL.-DR. DTJTGAN can bo consulted daily at lus rcsitlnnco, flO, Oollogo-stroot, Hydo Park. 1047 OFF TO Tma SKOWYl OFF TO THE SNOWY! ' Daily Coach to Cooma ! No Night Travelling ! TILE AMERICAN COVERED COACHES will run from und to Sydney and Cooma dmly . and "from Cooma to Now Providence and Russell's three tunes s week, nftor 1st Octobor next. BOOKING OFFICES : Sydnoy-Mr. Xolin Holman, White Horse, Gcorge-st. Goulburn-Mr. Jolin J. Roberts, Royal Hotel. Queanbeyan-Mrs. Sheen, Hnrp Inn Cooma-Mr. John Curtis, Lora Raglan Inn Now Providonco-Mr. Hobarts, Masons' Inn 10*9 JOHN J. ROBERTS. NOTICE to Partien about to proceed to tho Kiandra Gold-Colds.-Do not sacrifice jour goods, for the undorsignod will STORE GOODS of all descr...

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PARRAMATTA DISTRICT COURT. 29TH OCTOBER, 1860. Before Henry Cary, Esquire, Judge, and a Jury of four. AGNES PATTERSON v. JOHN ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

PAEEAMATTA DISTRICT COURT. 29rn OCTOBER,, 18G0. Boforo Henry Cary, Esquiro, Judge, nnd a Jury of four. AoNKs PATTEHSOIT V. JOHN BOSS. Mr. J. I. Michael appeared for tho plaintiff, and opened the case by saying tho plaintiff resided, in Sydnoy, and defendant resided atEastwood, near Parramatta, und that tho plaintiff waa in tho defendant's sorvico. Defend- ant was a man of property and character, and tho action wns one of slander, as follows ;-" Whnt ivoro you domg with that man in j our bod ? Yes, and ho has boen thoro theso two or titree nights." And tho dofondant also thua nddrcascd a porson named John Fahoy : " I havo caught younow; you have boon up thoro, and you hnvo boonu ith hor theso tu o or threo nights." The ndrocato thon said that the plaint ill'had gono for tho smaller amount of £30 instead of tho largor ono of £200, and that tho plaintiff was entitled to Hie full amount auod for, or nothing. Ho then called John Fahey, ii ho deposed as folio ws :-" I ro3ido non hore at p...

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

; ..?.vTHE RING. ! BTumfAW AND HIS BBIT.-In Wilkes'* Spirit of the Times announcing tho return of «lohn C. Ilooiiau to Ame- rica, wo find several statomonts by tho editor, which wo cannot but fancy nro doliborntoly intended to lead tho American fancy. In tho first placo ho grumbles that Hoomin was permitted to go from our shores without a bolt, and socondly without tho English testimonials which ho liad been offered. On those points wo linvo only to say. firstly, Hint if Hccnan did not got his bolt, Sayers was in no bettor predienmont. Mr. Wilkes knows us well ns wo do, if not better (for the suggeUûm was his own), that tho arrangomont between Snyors and llconan was, that if Sayers would raiso a subscription among his frionas to prosent Ilcennn with n belt, Hccnan would perform a similar odlco for Sayors. This arrangomont was not carried out Btrictly, for the following reasons : Directly it boenmo known to cortain gontlemen connected with an American oireus, that tho mon had amicabl...

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SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

SVDNET HOUSE MARKET. *' | Messrs Burt and Co havo nothing of importance connected with the horse market to report. Fresh joung horses still continue to sell readily. Prices ranging; from £25 lo £10 for heavy draught horses ; and from £15 to £30 for light harness horses and hackney* during the week, The country lots have consisted of draught horses from Windsor, sold front lila to £31 ; from Shoalhaven £13 to £.10; 4 from Kinma, £12 to £30) Ofrom Campbelltown, £8 to £18 ; and 4 from Maitland, £15 lo £20. Mr. C. Martin reporta-The Bales have passed oft" lery satisfact torily during the pastweck.anil nfalrnttmberof hones hnvo chanced hand«. A draft of horses from the Hunter went nt nn avernjto of £2? per head; admit of Wollongong: horses, and two other ilmftB were also sold at first-rate prices.. The demand-for all dascriptlon of usefal anímala Is steady, and no domination In prices has taken place. ' ' '

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -00 RACES TOOOME. Urces«.-....NOT 21«t and 2înd. liverpool.?.Deo 26th and 57th. Albury.Feb. 12lh, 13lh, and Mth. L TIOTOIIU. IViInt Xepean.Nov. 6th an" Oth. V.T. r. -iprln* Mcetln» .Nov 16th, lGtb. und 17th C*»tlr mahio Knees..'.Nov 27lb and 28th Hamilton Race«.Bee -- Ballaarat T. a Spring Moctlmr.Dee 6th, Cul, and 7th ' Smythesdale, Brown's, and Carngham An* ? ' nual Races .Dec 11th and 12th .Plough Inn Races.,.nee 26th Warrnambool Races.«.l>oo 27th and 28th Bournfleld Race»..Tan 1st . Knplnjr..«.Jan 2nd, I'enola Races.Jan Kin and Oth Portland Races.Jan 22nd, 21nl, and 24th Wa garatta.Jan. 29tb, 30lh,aud31>t. QT/KEN8LAND. Qneeoaland Champion Swcopstakcs .May 291b, 1801. TASMAKIA. Third Australian Champion Stakes.December 3rd, 1S0I.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

llATJiAttKET PRICES -Hay, 5» Od lo 8s Od : straw, 4s Od to 6« Cd j wheat, 8i 10J to Olid; maize, 2a 8d lo 3« od | rat», 8* Od to Sa Rd; harley, 3» Od i o 8s 3d; cows, £3 0sto£tl IOI; caliea, 24 j to 32s; bark, £215a to £3 IOi per Ion ; groen Mun*, 9.1 to taperduzeu bundles. C3 loads of forage during the pail week.

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CHESS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

CHE S'S A. lug!dy .interesting partie nt- Chess is now being playcd'in'tho Capital of Now "Holland ; and though wo have for years been close observers of oil tho numerous yarnel bf "Sydney, ¡lone hus BO much amused us as tho ono wo aro alluding to. ITbt only was tho/ garoo commenced with à now open- ing "to bo called ".St. Andrew's Gambit 5". and has, up to its p'rosont stago, disclosed a variety of novol stratogoms both of attack and ''defence,, but it now alfords a prob- lem of immense novelty, equalled, iii point of difficulty, by nono that has cvor yet boon given, to tho public. Wo shall endeavour, as shortly os, possiblo, and ns clearly as wo citn, without tho help of a diagram, to givo chess amateurs somo idea of tho salient points of this very spiritual contest. At tho commencement of tho game, a vigorous attack was maxie by tho Black Bishop assisted by several puivns ; and tho great uovolty of tho oponiug consisted, in tho Whito Iviug defondiug for some timo his position sin...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

POLICE; , "JOSEPH" AtMix.'.!!-An investigation into a oluirgé of perjury instituted by that martyr to tho causo of love] "Joseph Vickery, of .Sydney, gentleman"- (1) against the once idol of his affections, Jane Durbuu, was commenced on.Muudny, before Messrs. ltoss and Cobun,continued on Wednesday, und finally disposed of on Thursday. Tho charge arose out of the now world- renowned affiliation case of JJ urban v. Vickory, in which Joseph was charged by tho too confiding Jano with being " tho fond parent" of that exquisite little photograph of himself-tho infant prodigy, Master Joseph Durban Viokery. Proceedings iigninst Sana were taken in corisoqucuco of what tool; placo ut tho Supreme Court u few days since, when tho paternal!" body'.' was discharged on some technical objoci lions. Tho information in tho -present caso imputed to Juno " wilful and corrupt perjury, whereby tho doponont was greatly nggrioved" (poor fellow 1). Messrs. Itbborttl und Hellyer appeared for tho venerable -p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

i IiATBST SHOJI,.WINDSOR.-À, young lady'from R|WU borforco had occasion to como to Windsor in li'-cart'Vith her intended, for tho nurchaso of «omb of their roquiro monts. Wlion arrived in town, tho young lady'thought, it advisable to get out of tho cart and -walk, but.'acoi-' dontally ono of hor hoops-caught on tho stop of tho enrt, and sho got suoh a pitch out, that tho intended ran right away, and baa not amco been heard of. ?'? "

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

1 P KOO RB ss op TUE «' CRISIS."-In tho Assem- bly on. Thursday Mr Roberts prop: 8'd an amend- ment expressive of want of confidence in the ministry. A. long and,stormy discussion of course folloH'ed. On a division, the amendment was car- ried by-a majority of one only, the numbers being Ayes, 30, Noes, 29. The sports in Macquarie street are being kept up with a spirit ot " deter- mined obstinacy ' highly creditable to the jud«-' mont of Hon. gentlemen. Surely the farce must soon be played out? !

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

SPORTING CHRONICLE. 3t A CES Ï O COM E. îlre*zn.»..Nov 31tttañri 2?nd. 17« Wu a.Nov 271I1 and 28th. Liverpool.Dec 2Cih and '¿'ttl. Albury.".IVb. 12ih. ISlh, and Ht*. VIOTOBIA. V.T. C. flprln» Maatlnr......Ko» ISth, 16m.anitl7tn Ballaarat 1'. C. Sprln? Mcetlnit.IlecSth, Gin, ami "lb Srriylliwlnlo, Brown's, ami Carnichitm An nnikl Haue« .Dre Hin and I2th Plomtliliiti llace-i.;....7)oo 2O1I1 VnrininVnwl lt.c«.Dec -'7lti and 28ih llnurnfîeld Haem ......Jan lat Boping.j.Jan. 2ml. Penola ltiicet.Jan Bili anit Oin l'orilnurt Ruco»,.".Jan ütínrt, îlnl.anrt Stlh Wa Karatta.Jun. SOih, ttOili, uni) Alst. ' Qr/KENSIAKB. Queensland Cnaoiilon Swtcp«titke» .May 231 h, 1831. TAB M ASTA. Third Aaatrallan Champion Stake« .........December 3rd, 1601.

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THE ATRICAL S. ROYAL VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

T HE A T RI C AL S. 310Í"AL yiCTOEIA. Tho chief event BÍIICO our Inst 'notice of mutters the- atric, wns tho benefit on Friday evening last, of Mr Charles Jones, on which occasion wns produced Mr M. ll. Tsano's comedy of Wealth nnd Worth, which was very successful-enthiiiiastic' applause grcoting thc per- formers in almost every sceno ; nt the termination of the play Mr Isaacs was called for, and > mot with quito an ovation. Tn tho course of his address tho author ex- pressed n hope that tho day would arrive when n'work from his pen would bo deemed worthy of being ranked among tho standard literature of England. Tho recep- tion ho hud that night received would form ono of his happiest reminiscences, and bo ail incentivo to fuvthcr «tertion on his part. At tho closo of'liis-spooeh Mr Isaacs was warmly cheered. Tho stock company of the i theatre descrvo honoruhlo mention for tho able way in j which tlioy sustained their respectivo roles,-' thoy were all called before-tho curtain, t...

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