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WESTERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

WESTERN DISTitrcTS. Scarcity op Laiiouh. — Every description of labour has boon very scarce during the past few weeks. The gold fields havo taken away a portion, and a constant draft towards Victoria is going on. Every mob of horses or cattle destined for the sister colony lakes away half a ?- tlomi men — Bon.otumis more, very lew of uhotn Tutmn ; nnd this draft amount* to .something important iu the course of the yuir. Fiom thejo combimd causes the labour market is very indifferently Mipplitd, and at present wo tee no pro- ??jioct of any speedy relief. The only remedy left appears to be to patiently abide the course of events. Sinuous Arcmr.NT. — On Tutwlay night last aB Mr. Ellis, lato of Wa.tle l'lai, was passing out of Durham into William Strict, with a vehicle drawn by a hor.M\ by the side of which ho was walking, hi* leg got entangled in an iron hoop, and lie was in consequence thrown ? down under the h\«ise's feet. lVrecivin^ that he must inevitably be run over by oua cf the ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

MAITLAND STUCK. MAKKET. The market here fltiJl exhibits considerable dullncts. Cattle have been plentiful, but thb/ all show .the sign* of having suffered ou their way down, conftc^tuudy butchers do not feel disposed to purchase beyond their present requirements. A ro.dly gojd lot of fat citttle would »ell well. Slieep are xtill t xtrern.ly R-'arce. The iifin.ente numbers which hare gone to Melbourne, as well as the price of wool inliueocini' jloc- -roasters to hol;i till after shearing, may perhaps iu uouie decree account for ^his. Itesult o/ salct: — 125 head of fat cittle, at 87» Cd to lOjrf Od eacli ; 110 head of inferior cattle, nt luch ; 10 heal, at £1 Ma c^'ich ; fat sheep, at 13* fid ojcIi -Wl store kheep, at 8s 0 d ; l(J hones, at £7 t^j £17 each. UUUDii CO. 20th May, 18o7.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. AUMIDALE. (From the Armidalc Express, May 23 J 'l he .Mails. — Instead of three mails from tlio country, below Mnrmnindi having reached Armidale during the week, wc have merely had one— that delivered on Sa turday evening last. There was a nmiourthnt the mnil coach had broken down near Wallabadah with the mail .due on Monday evening hist, but on inquiry we' can find no iounu.ition for the report. There was a note on the last way-bill that, up to the departure of tho latest inail from 'Murrurundi, tho bags from the down country had not readiod the Pago, in consequence of the Hunter being flooded. ^ Tho mails from Murrurnndi northwards were brought into Arinidnle on horseback. ' - fj'IIE- WkaI runt. — Since our Inst issue tho weather has fully maintained its usual chnracter. Under the influ ence of a continuous and steady wind from the eastward, the sky luis been almost constantly obscured with denso masses of clouds ; there have been several freshes in the 1 cr...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ritoK ol'r o^v.s* coitp.i;»roNn»;.VT. fiincc our Ite^atta, some ot the Uoa en ones, not quite satisfied with the pr»-viouft resuJl, uti'j fancying that, b'jttxjr thin^a ca n he done by them, havo jiude up Home rowing m.itchoH, one of wlrch came oir y-ht -rday for £3, l-otvvcen IlanneirH i'lKenician and Watson's ?^clip«e, pulling two oar*, round tho same course u* that pulled ou Monday— the Phoenician winning. Another pulling match bet\Vcen tlic Hsuns boats will lake place in about a month. Considerable r^ccitemot 1ms botn raised here by the appearance of a pamphlet entitled 44 Unpopularity of Modern Kpi'.copacy,' particularly a* it touches slightly Upon the i«7le di»cii'.»ion between our i Ji-»luip ;-n l Mr. JJlomfbdd ; and i; unnsUnWy iirtere^ting to the majority' of tho Newcastle p-wple t*y pointing chji the many rul ? v-Mitagei^hey would -lerivc from having a mioi-tor in uhose appointment they would have Home voice, in pre« ference to One tempora...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TIIK no c ICY II I V F. 11. (From the Correspondent of the Armidith Express .) If wo liiul hot been blessed with iron consliliitionn here, the present clinnuwililc wiritln'r would lie ton apt to nwMl our doctor'* bills, 'i'lio pist fortirglit litis been uncom monly cold, bleak, nnd rainy. Tliu wind, wliicli Diet*- at it would have blown Hi hit. made considerable damage to calico tents, fii.s, and even bark huts. In tlio dipping department, tlio Chinamen's rush is still tlio {ji iat centre of attraction. A number of tlie Bluifts bottomed aro pr.viug well, but tlioro is also the nf.iial nrerago of blanks. AniongiU tlio lattor is a »lmft 1(-0 foot deep, nothing but clay being found on the rock, liy driving, tho owners expect to come upon aowa gold tp remunerate j.bem for th'eir' great labour. Ono p.iity among the fortunntcs is slid to have washed CO ozs. of gold from three c.ut loads of stuff, thus heating Mount Jones, even in itn palmiest days. A numiicr of shafts arc sti...

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WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

WOLLOMI3I. ( F'om a Correspondent.) This dktriet Ims JuHt heen vi-nted by fourteen days' coiitinuotH rainy weather, the consequence i^, tint It will be Home t ime before tho growers of prodme can get their ground in order for teed ; and tb-; crcek i i considerably more th m bank high with eri-ry prospect of « further ri»o. The roads ate itnpa«.*ahif», and thpr-*fnre tho pro duce on hand cannot bo suit to market : in fact, it is hard to v«y what Jfcct the late rain may have on tho next year's crop. Many will he very late, and anno of thirfo that have grain in, their land ti now covered with water. The weather does not appear likely to change \ t'j-day. I I perceive it is bcroming rjuile a mania to fete and i give testimonials to the memburs of .Parliament, but for wliut I can hardly conceive : surely it ii not for tho energy they have displayed insulting ro.ids of their counties repaired, if *o the road ou this creek, although a public thoroughfare has l/ocn .forgo. tea cutircly, or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

Queen's Theatre, 'West Maitland. Undor tho management of MRS. 8 J1 E A T II MAN. PQR A FEW mo UK NIGHTS ONLY, Jo-NigJit (Saturday), May 30. ' Til K perfortpancos will commenco with (for the last time), A BOUGH DIAMOND. JIaboert, Miss Agnees. Cousin Joe, G. K. Morton.' Sir W. Evergreen ? W. A. I'orter. X^dy I'lat® ... M rs. Smeuthinan. BLUE-TAIL JLY (by desire), Dave CAnao». First time of tlio laughable I'arco of A TRIP TO RICHMOND; Ou,. TIIE TWO .MRS. WHITES. Widow White ? Mias 3. Sineathrnon Mrs. I'eter White ... Mill* Cliflord Kitty Clover ? Mrs. Smeiithnmn . .Major I'opper ...Mr. 11. Forrcnter Frank .Brown ? Mr. W, A. l'ortcr I'eter White ... Sir. U. It. Morfou. j Ballad ? D. F. Boley. Concluding with the successful IJurletta of ' THE RENDEZVOUS. By T. P. linowEit, 1). F. Bolby, W. A. PonTEn, Davb Cakson, G. It. Moiitox, aui tlie Misses Sueatumam, Agsucs, and CLiyyouv. Solo Lessco and Directress Mrs. Smcathiran. Sta^1-' Manager, &!r Morton. Acting Mannger, Mr. W. A. Porte...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE {Abridged from the ftydnty paptrt )( THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. Tho Queen's Birthday wa* celebrated bv a graetAl, holidny. Tho morning *et in with a ploutjless sgy an^ « light bracing airs from the westward; altogether there could not havo been n more pleasant day so f«r as tho sky ami air viorP conCcrnod, bqt owing io the heavy rain of tlio previous day (he streets wcru in a deplorable con dition. nnd locomotion on foot was thus rendered un* comfortable enoqgb. The cit^ona, gcnorallv, however, responded freely gt ncrftl inviting* of tho weather, ns wuh shown by the crowds of holiday kcepor*. Tho streets in tho early part of tho day wore thronged will} wi ll drcjvflod people moving In tlio direction of tho Do main to witness tho rovicw, and towards tho ihorca of the Harbour to obnervo tho North Shore Hcgat^a, A Biranger judging of tho mOteriM prosperity of tho Im hahitants of this citv from what ho saw of them ia our public ihorotighfsrefj yesterday, would be led to h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

Cleuical Scanoai..— Jhu Record daplorcn thu fact: that it bunheaid, within a fow «rueV:i, of ' one olorgy in*in fiuod for poachiu^, of another' who miikei n rol liel'.iiiK .pocch at u grent lo::-hunting dinner, of lmlf a d'-»ti frequenting a bull-ruom at Cambridge, and of Y twenty. f'iir presbyters who v/ere prcueut at a great bull of the Duke of Beaufort.' ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

isw-g-iTiii6inttw«gftngnmw» '-ll!j«ll'! 1 il»i ilili.'^'lt'J L, ,- ;~IiL- W.H^V.!- ?? - -I- --? — ABSTRACT* OF SALK3/71Y AUCTION. 1 '' ' ' ilONBAT, iilKK i. 1857. ; ' ' ' ? Mn. ItOTTon, at ilia'Gold--llg|{or s jCrmn. Cockflfiliter'i Crock Ilrldgo, llomcj, dray onu linrnoss,' mt-rcliiiuv dis«.'* ? ' ????'- x' ' ? C|£/'|kt'tlj_cnt Cimcs, J3«TUINO KXTKN UATK NOR HICT llOWH AIJOI1T IK MALIOK. ' SAypjlDAY, MAY 30,. 1857^

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TELEGRAPH BETWEEN SYDNEY AND LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

TELEGRAPH UHTWEUN SYDNEY AND LONDON. Wr live in an age of wonders. Marvel succeeds marvel with a rapidity that puts to shame the miracles of old. We could tell tales now a-days more wonderful than any ever related by Shoberezade. Men of science are the Genii of our time. Thev raise as with a magician's wand crystal palaces, construct railways, and lay down lines of «lectric telegraph. The wonders which are performed every day, arid which scarcely excite admiration in our minds, would have been considered by our ancestors utterly impossible of accomplishment. Any one who half a century back would have predicted that we should travel by steam, and communicate our thoughts with the rapidity of lightning, would have been looked upon as a mad dreamer, -or a vile necromancer, (it only for the stake or the gibbet. Talk about the age of miracles having ceased 1 Not so — the age of miracles has but just commenced. Things which are but nine-day wonders with us would have stricken our forefath...

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THE RIVER AND THE RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

THE RIVER Alii) TIJE HAIL. j' Tjir jealousy between the river nnd the mil in i\ creases. 'Neither will give way — neither is'wil I' ling to strctch out the ryif-hmul of. fellowship to I'l, thcQtliCr, ' War to the knife ' is the watchword If with the Newcastle fill Its, nnd the cry, we have nA doubt, will be rc-echocd by the residents nlonii thp' rivet. One would almost imagine that tho interests of Vnta belligerents were conflicting, irfstoaxl of being i(fentii6nl, an they' fedlly afc.' ' The jealous feeling between the advo cates of thu river, nnd those of the rail, has- in-' c/eased to such nn extent as to lmvt i bo'comc abso lutely rjdiculous. A\l, kinds 'bf absurd proposi tions are' being constantly made.' ' Stop up the riVer altogether' say some of our Newcastle friends '* and 'attend , to the improvement of the harbour only.' 'Take up the rails', say the IVJorpetli pcojile, ' and' lay them dou';n between ' Morpeth, my] MaitlantL' The r.ail.way will never pay, say the latter ; ...

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SYDNEY WHOLESALES PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

SYDNBV WUOLESALK PRICES OF COLONIAL1 PRODUCE.' f s. (1. £ S. -1. Wool, fair to best, per lb ?? 0 1 (i to 0 2 0 Tallow, beef, per ton .. .. 4C 0 o . . 6(i 0 0( Ditto, jniuion, diito ... . . GIJ 0 0 .. 55 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. .. jIj 0 0 .. 46 10 0 Sheepskins, per lb .. .. 0 0 6 0 0 10 Hidc.1, each ... .. .. 1 0 0 .. 1 IS 0 Diito, inferior. . . . 0 IS 0 . . 1 0 0 Calfskins, ditto ? 0 .2 0 ... 0 7 0 , Wattlo liiirk, per (on ? 8 0 0 .. 10 0 0 i 1'lour, first quality, ditto .. 1G 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Ditto, gecoritiH, ditto ? 9 0 V .. 12 0 0 ' Hurley, English, per bushel . . 0 0 0 .. 0 7 0 Ditto, CVpe, ditto .. . . 0 6 0 .. 0 7 0 Wheat, ditto ? 0 5 (i .. 0 G 0 Maizo, ili:.o ? 0 0 (J .. 0 7 6 Bran, ditto ... .. 0 1 6 ... 0 j G ' Hay, oaten, per ton ?. .. 7 0 .0 ? ? 12 0 0 i Ditto, lucerne, ditto 0 15 0 .. ' 0 0 Ditto, market ditto .. . . 10 0 O .. 11 0 0 Potatoes, ditto. . .. .. 7 10 0 .. 7 1G 0 .Onions, ditto . . . . ..12 O 0 ..IS 0 0 I aeon, per lb . . . . . . 0 0 8 . . 0 0 9 Cheese, di...

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PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

PIUCKS OF FLOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILLS. 1'cr 100 lbs. cash; iftookedlt, additional. Firsts, Seconds. Bran, a. d. s. d. a. d Nicholson's ? 10 0 .. 17 0 .. G 0: Portua's ? ? 33 .0 .. 16 0 « Oj I'carce'j ? ? ? ? 10 0. . 17 0 .« 6 0 .Solomon, Vindin, & Co, 'a ?? 10 0 17 0 ,, 6 q Turner'* ? 19 0 .. 17 0 .. 6 0 Raymond Terrace ? 18 0 . . 15 0 .. G 0 Black Creek ? 19 0 .. 17 0 .. 0 0 Kingston'!, Singleton ? 10 0 .. 17 0 .. G 0; MilchcU'd, Duiunorc ? 1.9 0 .. 17 0 (5 0 Kermodc'a, Dnn^o^ ...... 19 0 .. 17 0 .. 6 0 Dark*, Clarence Town .... 3U 0.. 17 0 ,, G 0. Allen'*, Dungog ? 19 0 .. 17 0 .. G 0 ! Miltield ? ? ? ? 19 0 .. 17 0 .. tf 0

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MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

MUDGKB. ( From the ilatlget Newspaper, May 20.) r»TAt AeclD.kTi.— An inqueit wis heW »I the hou» of Mr' Kearney, on Thursday mornliiB lut. before tlie coroner, Dr. D. II' 'MMdonald, on the body of lohn Hlclunli. who w.u nxlrfcntally - killed while In the performance of his work al Mr. .Wilton a steam 'mill, Edwin Jlcfif, rnlller. belnc sworn, -!»tcd-t knc«r the de ceased, ho was employed « a labourer «t II, c mill; about half |u.t 4 o'clock yesterday afterno'in, being on me crouna noor vi int mill, I heard a crash amory; tho machinery; 1 Immediately called out to the enfiluc'er to su.j. the eiiElnei It -.a. stopped almost Im mediately! 1 then went upstairs lo the second floo- of the mill, thinking some accident had occurred there, and found tho deceased In a sitting noitnro on the curb of the stone, with Ills Imck nRalnit the wall, dead . thorc was no one on the floor with him at the time : I saw the mark of a cor wheel upon his brcastl I examined tho wheel It wis much Injured, abou...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

Tiiiko Day. Yi'o are indebted lo a gentleman of Morpeth fqr tlie following account of tho third day's racing. Our In formant *ays that the coursc vraj well attended, the Governor General arid several members of the legis lature being piesent: — The first race, the Prince of Wale'.' Stakes of 100 ?OTereijjns, with a svrei jislalcts of fire »oven ipns each ad-led, was \*cjn hy Mine Bonnet, lll:ick JacK heinp' second, 'lllie beting previous lo starting was ngainst Blue lionnel. Tlie .St. I.f'gp r Sl.ik'.s nt 2.10 sovereifrn?, with a sweep, stakes of 10 iwveroigns each aiblcil, vras won easily lir Lnuiittina— I'lyini; 1'icniaii K-ing keeond and KclipHi; tliird ? The beuini; w.n principally bctwien Lauriitina and Flying Pieman, the mare beiri^ the favou rit.1. The JoL'lcey Club l'h|to of 100 sovcreifii* *» 3 won by Veno, Mr. (lorrick'a HarkaW^y being Micond. The Consolation Stakes of DO sovereigns was won hy Dora, Lady Julia Becond. Tho last race, the Torccd Handicap of 30 sovereigns, wa...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND MARKETS. Vr.OKTAni.KP. — Turnip* 4s per dnr.cn Imnchc*, retail fid per linneli ; carrots Oh per dozen hnnchos, rotnll per hunch; nnionn Hoarrt; mill in dt'tnnnd j yonng ditto nnd -lnlot;. ph-ntifnl — the latter la Oil p- rd-r/cu hnuchcH, retail -id to lid pur hunch ; potatoes, l'Js pur cvvt., with n pi'ospect of nn increafio. I'otT.TKv. — KowN X*, ducka «ls, Itirkeyfl 7a, fjeese 8* to On per pair. Thero U not uitich dclfcimd, and tho pricr* nro tow. Hutchkus* M e \T.- -Ro'.f, 1 ~-h per 100 lbs whulcialo ; mutton '2Gs per tO'Mha. Retail — beef Jtl, mutton 4d, vuil 5d, pork Kd per lb. - ? ua in. — Tho bn-dncsH dono in this market has not been very considerable. Wlmiil (Jfl lo CH Od ; inaiyo (now) r-« to 7h 'd ; (ohi) 8s ; Kn^lisii barioy, 7^ ; Capo ditto 7t per bushel.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

ORIGINAL C0REESP0NDENCE. [ \Y« do not idtntify ourselves tcifh the opinion* expressed by our Correspondents.] j STREET ttUISANCftS. T-- Vie. V.ditnhir cf the Northern Timet. would wish to draw the attention of the Maitland pallet I to the '? Towns' Act.' shotrfd It be in forre here, as the coroner for I the district It In ihe habit of putting ihu filth from his back yard ' into Dulwcritreet, and through or oyer which the police pan riftlly. , The nulsunce cnm]ilainrd of Is within twenty yards of High street, I nnd, If continued, will tend to creatc a plague. Trusting tho police will look aftrrtlie matter, and that you will find room for this In yonr valuable Journal, m tfec nuisance requires Immediate stoppage. I remain, yours. &e., A UKSiniCNT IN' HULWKa.STltKGT.

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PROPOSED TELEGRAPH FROM SYDNEY TO LONDON. COPY OF PETITION TO THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

PROPOSED TKLEGUAPH FROM SYDNEY TO LONDON. Corr OF PETITION TO THE OOV3BHOB OCflEBAL. ( From iht Sydney Morning Htsald. Man 22.) , To hU Excellency the ?Oovcrnor*Ccnc?al and the Lc^liiillvo j Council of the colonyof Vaa Dlcsaea'rLtod. I The pcUtlou of.the uad«|Igned George Bcvac?* Carr# Joha 1 VVortJey dela More, aud Ucpry 55ajtn»ia,. cf London* Esquires. Sitrtrrni 1 That your xctltjoncri ere the prcaotcrs of a public coa3pa^7 hating torttr e&jccf 'to n dirccl Indrp^a'initllso of tub*. ?&ar4»cVctrro'aie^rai/iy^laej5'Or«tDrlu[n inikto KtfCrt yV gAuilj»l««lHicolpnl^. _ , . . . L ^ proyowtfl J^jr down ujch c'jectrlo tcltmjiht ai WJtl cffcct a ? fcomrauolc^loi^l jeen iopo wldt on tHo lino of electric telegraph* f 4-f In® Honorable Stat India Company and tha AjjiU'alailan colonics [fT which maanihtr Majtr^'a AuitralUncolohle«wIfl,oo'fti®com. I-plftlon of Ctlrgrap&Jc llnef already In operation or projected, haVa i fltjtt eommuoIcatLan with Europe, Great OrUaln, and ...

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HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH-DAY.—GRAND BALL AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 May 1857

11 EU MAJESTY'S HI llTll-DAY.— GRAND BALL AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Ill* F*cr)lencjf tljo f/orernor-Cenerf 1 and I-ady Denison ffave « prnnd »t Qo*erD«?tnt Hoyie Ut! nlghl. In commemoration of iiie Annivcrmy of the Itirth-day of her Moat (irac^ous Majcttjr tt-e /^urcu. The happy occasion was never more happily celebrated, even in this rnoit loyal c Ity ; and could her Majesty have been a? tye-wlfeu of the scene, we doubt not that her gratification wou Id have been e treme, both at the manner In which her Itepmrota, tlvc *ii-l hit contort fulfilled thrlr duties m host and hotteu on her brhalf, and at the numerous and brilliaot ammblsgo which weta C*Unrcil tojfther al their Invitation to do honour to her oatal day. Ou no |iu*yloui uccvloo of this klyd w/rrc the anangementi of the boll to well carried out. Everything was conducted with mil* Uiry prtcjtion* and nothing was left undona which could conduce to th* comfort oftheguestt, or add splendour to the ctlcl?ratlo/i. The great hall and th...

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