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MILLCHESTER. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

MKjLCHESIEiB. Jane 5. Mr. Oicken, late of Bavanswooi, who ex -uuuam posKaau witji Mr. Gin, as Pouce abntnte, arrived hen yesterday. --tifLluiL.ii, chttfly typhoid fever, is prevalent The week's cnudnags 1111011111 to 164 ton ?of atone, giving m return of SB ozs. of Wetiavn had two days' rain. Ae —?*»—« «e all engaged. Sever*! famfanehflf stone have been yarded. «mne Stiw gold-field during tie Booth ot Hay, received at the Warden's office, —Mini 1 ill to £862, and at the office of die Osrkof Betty Sessions, £91.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Gladstone. Train OCX O0EBESFOSSENT.1 At the blanket distobnti-in on the 24th, about 60 aboriginals mustered. Old and young got a Mawirai: each, the colours being mndi «^min*d.' They gave three cheers for the Queen, and marched off (Indian* file) winjrtwg she's a joDv eood £elW. The Gladstone and Calliope dubs played a natch of cricket Gladstone winning by two wickets. Towards the end, the game became Ten exesbng. Calliope having 6 nms to get and 4 men to go cot. Gladstone got on ite metal; the enemies timbers &8 in detail, with no score, and the game +?»?»?;?-* i«7 amid tie plandHn of a good gathering of Erien£ The -weather was fine and inviting. There is some talk of the united s^H-flC Zl-'.iU, 'TTjlJIIi.l ? !-?»» at jjlasilljssiinj £» m hauwsShWgsme. I should like to Bee it ^?rffr^i . out* as xaeniuy aatttasks of tins character an alifais ajhtcsiaBa' wfUi good ctibcta. The death retain for (Hadsbne and. Knaombit district,, for the fiva months ending ? May 31. nfobr, -via, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

n oil. ow~aTt'-p. fJS^M forsffl.' Tlir HiniijsfhtfiTTiil in «f IBl^Sw its parity am. he ^aainbuMd -b$,timjmi$* *m Ssk Simuel Bun, in h&'wonV «rJB*a «TJk HOe aHmtsaiss in Mgasjay, tjgfc ' i. arasBiiiBfWttraffiOwBao HshuOwShsuRwIwMIp with- advice gratis. In « swjfeTisie t^sait many applieanta, to whom 1 served os»'» quantitr«rfHoUow.yI6iak. BmalMt takaUe purgative properties they jjiaiii'sw ondaniabte effect upon Ae patient, wfnon satas6es him of their value.* - -^-l**-'* Smnz, Saix, axd'Cebtus, '? HOLWWArcTbnraiffisi. .; , Is a certain remedy far'j-ssxl hsk hrl breasts, and nlcerations of all Ma^v^jotB moacnlonsly in healing ulcezacssML^HKME skin diseases, and in arresting mqj'^StfSc Mb. J. T. Coors, in hi» I lajf 1^^ isrSaSSSi 'tf&sjgBBBt Holloway'e Ointment I «»Ve BgB people, arf nothing coaTdSoieiS^pil tode; and, m eonsemtM*, -3awaV^HH_' ' - butter, and horse-feed -^fSJj^Sl^Sti'. worth a. fowl and any Jr*r'i^T tfjBwBBw ir Jl.^h.--.J| T, „,.-... ' t'-*-^^ j«W Tlawaw...

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A Trance Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

A Tnnce Leetmre. Tax second 'Trance Inspirational Lecture, through tbeOrgatnsmafl-tlssPhaiips,''was delivered last Bight (says tbe Melbourne Age of the Sfth uffiav) at the Tnm-Verem Ban, Utrobe-atreet. air. Xarten, of Sandhurst, conducted the. meeting. *»«? tbe conren tJonal faynmHuaeiBs, the chairman gave a long reading on tie Genius of Spiritualism, from a printed work. He next recited lbs. Emma Hardinftes poem ' Evermore,' tbe refrain to each verse of which is, ana Itau tuecbonn ?nffias, Cnat, tegna .yrar. ttgag. The reciter, to five greater effect, sang the last word, three times repeated, in fafiecto nates ; and be certainly succeeded in proving (hat he could not give any idea of the grandeur of the angelic chores. A coUection was then taken up to saeet tbe expenses of engaging the hall; and then Mi«8 Phillips wJkel on to the platform, sad gave a lecture on Progressiou. This was supposed to be tbe nates Hiss PbiDinses bis mrfiiroi, put from tbe way in which tbe medium hesitated...

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Victorians in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Victorians in South Africa. Tta following paper is from the pen of an old Ballantian lately returned from sxrica :— It was about the middle of August but that the ship Beethoven arrived in Delagoa Bay from Sydney. She bad on board sixty-four passengers, prindpalty Australian diggers, who were, wnb the exception of two or three. all bound for tfc Ijevdeabnrggold-fieldji. On tile tbirdday after anchoring tile passengers were safely lauded. As waggons were at the time most fortunately setting out for tbe goM-fido^litfie difficulty was experienced in | -'1f™C arrangements for a start, tbe diggers i agreeing to pay at tbe rate of one shining per Lb. for carnage of luggage. Tbe distance from tiie bay to the diggings is rather more than 160 mues. Our baveflen were overs fortzught on the road. The journey could have J been accomplished in much Jess time bad it not been for the miserably slow donkeys which were employea to draw the waggons through the low country. Great ore had to be taken a...

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The Cruise of the H.M.S. Cahllenger. DEEPEST SEA SOUNDIEGS YET OBTAINED.—VISIT TO NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

JHe Cruise of the HU.S. Cahllenger. manEsr s?» sousddhss vet oaTsncED. — VlfST TO SEB- CCIKE4. Ita following — fr»-fa are from a letter re eejsvjl from off Japan by a genUeman in MI9, in continuation of correspondence wldch has already appeared from time to time in the Sermld :— 'At sea. March 23, 1875. Latitude 11-34 U., longitude 145-16 S. '1 must tdl yon of today's great success. ?TbeVlav is baldly over, but I tiunk I may say it is one tawfa be remembered by the old IwalUmn TbismonnngatOweconimenced anssdiaK. and reached the astounding depth -C 4575 fathoms, without the intervals taken at every 35 ««»hVwn« snowing tile slightest sign oftbe3ewt. mnnding-weigbt having reached the bottom. We could not nnderatand it ante; bat, however, we thought it would be advisable to heave in a little to see what lbs strain was like on the accumulators, when, to am- surprise, it showed at once that the weights were free, and sa we hove tie g-. in. not knowing what the depth wysa. Although we knew...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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How they Manage Things to New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

How they llanage Things ia New Zealand. Foe the mast aspiring colony in Ot Anstra things very peculiarly in New Zealand. At Assembly of 1874— literally in its last days— it was resolved, after solemn debate, that the Cbnstitutioa of the colnnvshonld beentirelr changed — that provincial institutionB in the North Island should be abolished— tint.* new system should be intzodnced, which should leave to local authorities the control of local revennes, subject to centxal control ; and it was mderstood then that the revision of the solidation of authority should be entrusted to the most able legal advice obtainable in the colony, so that a measure on the subject should be ready for presentation to the General Assembly of lS7f- — a moribunn ?™?rff', the last of its race. ' But what has been done in a matter so important to so ambitions a colony* So far as we are awane ? nothing. XAe last session of the General Assembly closed without the slightest intimation having been given to bis suppor...

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Cooktown and the Palmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Cooktown and the Palmer. We are in receipt of Cooktown papers to the 5tfa mwfaiwf. The Couowing extracts are from the Cbor/onm BcrM:— Tbe l&test fcoh THE Palmer. — An arrival in. town, who kft FabnerviOe on Tuesday ireek, hailinc and couversinc with many parties at the Oaksy, M'Guii'a Creek, and Cradle Point, learned all the men seemed to he doing weu. The report of a new rush between the Mitchell and the head of Sandy Creek is causing considerable attention, whue another is afloat among the Chinamen, eighty miles below Palnternue, where as much as one ounce per day is got per man by snucme. It only requires die proper appliances to work even abandoned tracts of country with, which can be made to realise a profit on tiie labour bestowed. Aside from this meagre item, nothing J^hHj* can be gleaned of Palmer afiairB. The air is foil of buzzing reports, and several parcels of the precious metal arrive in town every day, while new finds mnst be in existence, for one man has arriv...

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Later Telegrams. BRISBANE. June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Later Telegrams. BBISB&NE. ' Jane II. IIbebs. l€ D. Monhtadsnd; Company fan Mid Xymndl . Sanaa- SWm in the Manna, ffistnrt, with 17,900 sheep and a sasalHerd of oUk, far 12s. 6i pa- bead of steep, and £5 Us. per bad of cattle. £bbahtjc_ In our telegram from liaicbeE-J to, paVGaned in Oe Copnmnuu of Of »th May. it'-sias stated that tbe week's crusbingB | represented a totals 7«6 tons of stone, yidd inf:341 ozs. of cold. It should hare read— '341 tons of stone 'and 'TSSozs. of gold.-'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

TIE BOCKHAMFTOy BUIXEEI5, yuljidmi cvoy uiiHiuiig a* five o dock, is the oldat and most widely -citeclated news paper in Central ud Northern Qneesduid. In addition to trustworthy local news, the readexs of the Bclletec are provided with the lal^rftdecraplricandoaierintdEgeDcefroniaD J »art» of ti« world. Metropolitan and official I jfivs is catered for by a Epecsu correspondent ; £atiooed at Brisbane, and* Mrangpiripnta are | en |jt unless Csr MBcuimg cotTeapoodeots in j * eray important ton in the colony. As an ?dvertinig taiedntm, the Bulletix is genetally colony. fitfww ii^iiiini. in advance, las. per KOTICE TO MAETKEBS. - OORAL PATCH; QTSEE ROTJTE. /'lAFTADJ SCOTT, of the schooner Three Kj Brothers, reports tbe existence of a small cmal pate]], awash at low -water, lying one dSc suuui usul Quin loung Island. | G. P. HEATH, Commander B.X., Portzoaster. , Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane. 27lh May. 1K3. i TO OOBEESPOXDEKTS. tsr Tntfiujmg subscribers are reminded that sub...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

B .NOTES ONTHE WEEK. The sittings of the District Cmui at Eocfc hamplw, vUch were to tire opened on Monday last stand adjourned1 tin Monday nexl^ in consequence of. ^be confamned abaenee of His Honor Judge Hint, who suoeeded with dSEcalty. some time after date, in Retting anoush tin- sttinpi at Omnont, but,; from the state of lie made, was tmabte j to leave that hmnsnip before Friday morn- ' ing. It ?- doubtful whether his Honor; will arrive here in time to ohviate tiie neces- ? aity for a inrther adjournment: ' UtemKG die week, an the orerdne mails ' ha»e come in, enj^pKnjftwo from Baraw, and . one from Springrare ; tmt dray traffic is still j impoesMe on theimin roads. Itiseatefactory, ' however, to know -Wt fnture wet seasons are ! not likely to prove bo disastrous to Die district | few months hence be opened through Oat j part of the country where. Has Kmateat ob stacleB to traffic are at present enctmntered, and ok extension will doubtless be prosecuted wiik vigour as soon as t...

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The [?]. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

SATDBDAT, JUNE 12, 1875. ' It will be gratifying to all country resi dents of die western districts to learn that the tolls have* been removed from | the Dawson Bridge, which isnowfreetoall trlio can manage to plough through the tnde expa-jse of water and rnud covering the Approaches on both sides of the river. This is good news for the car riers, who have suffered enough this year from floods and stoppage of traffic with out being subjected to a new and heavy i tax on their special industry. In refer ence to these tolls, the member for Rocfchampton, in the Legislative Assem- ; My, on Wednesday, pursuant to notice, asked lie Mbtister for Works for : certain information, the precise nature of triiich is not specified in our telegrams, but presumably the question referred to the -? time when and by what luithority the tolls were imposed. ! The Minister gave an evasive reply , stating' that no toll was being collected i at the Dawson Bridge. Mr. Bl-zacott i took him to task for his dis...

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CARDWELL, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

CaaDWEU. JiavSS. CFnm Oe BriAtme Bten.) The eanort from the Ethoridge arnvea tins nermag. vil GV«dher,^4ft MOO ounces of osU. Heavynu^s«fiuliug.aiiditish»w SgagaagfreBithei.slt iasls.ru. TiBSOSLltarS the mans from Book hare not yetamved. lBaB-dr^aahba1aB^a' ?gfa«W*^^^^w^hSSeh brraVwg tiilhia naereacetotaeexteaaaaof flie raaway from Warwick to SUathorpe. A reaJiUiom was mmrimiaany carried fcat a monster pufafie meetiaBbecanedforlla^^ next, to refute tbe statements recently saaoe nasns.ii.ti to tfa interest! ot the tBsfaiet » regarSstte Bou-DecemHy ef tbe railway. Srosir.JteySS. The vjegaaafm AaMnUyianre raolredio make a crant of 'one ' 1 inmaiti in support of tte Academy of Art. The raring ?td&oB Date of Atbol was stokst on Wednesday Lot fromBylanKStatian. . TteMenanraeaadRiaWUidnajShMmi Coanaawiohers hare deauedlto BsiBahZa gmmhkt showing the fwacnm of SewSoath Waws, t t The weather has set fine. Thelfaad at tWs occasion has 1ieen aane. The Rrhibitian Commissioners nrrite^fa...

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[?] PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

- ? «&2£«SF0BE BtSUASiSST. TiUMJOH die pressure tf other sub j&ttairePailiaiDeDt assembled last i^fefeVe 1iaveJbsen unable to notice 4EErI ^Us pf importance introduced rffifcfr' Government, but as vet'tbnly nMaftit throned -their initial and formal sjjfesTjAn«ng these is the GoUMeMs Aff ^W^pSt Bft of 1875, which fs designed (o discourage Chinese migra tion,' by the imposition of prohibitory cerates for miner's rights and business ii^jo-s* issued to Asiatic or African ahttxv'. The' -nreamb|e' avers that '?toMs great expense is incurred in n»»iwH«mi»g order on the gold-fields in cjntaeqaence of the presence of large numbers of Astatic aliens therein, it is CTpedtrnt to amend the Gold-fields Act 0TO874 ED far as the same relates to the issue' of miners' lights and business licenses.' Clause i enacts that die sum payable by an Asiatic or African alien for a miner's light shall be ,£5, and for a *osiness license j£to for each year, instead of 10s. and £4 respectively, asj...

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CONTINENTAL RAILWAY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

COVTUiEXTAI. BilLWAT SOL. It is pretty evident that the division on die second leading of the Continental Railway 1331 must not be accepted as an indication of me ultimate wiQ of the majority in irqwrt to that -chimerical measure. Mr. Hebount, indeed, assured the House that the main principle of ihe bill was that affirming die advisability of constructing railways with the proceeds of -land sales. If mis. be the case, it may be presnmed that the Government are quite prepared to see their precious rianftii^ mercilessly kicked and oified, if not entirelv torn to tatters under the ordeal of passing through committee. Its progress to ?dote, as reported by wire, strengthens this conclusion. The name of me bin has bees ^ty*pH te the less pretentious designation of the 'Western Railway Bill.' Alt reference to the Gulf of Carpentaria is evidently to be omitted, and the measure will be simply one to authorise ihe extension of the Dalby fine to some point yet undetermined— probably Roma; in t...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, June 6. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

paJUJAHENTAKV. Brcouke. Jane B. 7 n.m. In the Legislative Assembly to-day, after ? farms! tiosmMshad been disposed of, tbe i HllasewentintocMiiinitteeoitteContinenUI ' Mr. Graham moral an amrnflmmt for the ili.ii.si if II ? linli iiiilnii-fn-- taBway -dis- tricta. and for «he«d»ingiBjart of .percentage effln pmoeeds of Janffaakfi toionoa-finid lorraawayooostmdim. He naae aloagand aHi miii ill IThT IBnister tor Works repbed, sMaag ?BwtfteiMiiiitiiiniH iiiiii ilia^iiiilteilinij the bin. Hr.CialuindetMlasyauliiateB ' Mr. GrsSa — ?*? ? ' «beWil«Sn*ac tinMe. .ailfitiaial oTtke nanics sow workiag on ^ra««w«aadbswtehEneaata»eiteaaiaii beyond DaBiy, when «»r present work is o-mipleted7Alao,aiiiatio-a£l-i«gthstti-e dis*issil-( Mr. Wheder, Chief OfenVio the Queensland Emigration Office in London, ins nniastifiable. Mr. Sazaeattgaxcnatieeof Ji^nerfioonJa thretotheUyingof thephms and -sections of the Northern Baflny to the west hank at the Osaet spsa the tahk of the Hone ; also of a motion m ve...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MARIGOLD. A [?] IN AN OLD GARDEN. IN POUR CHAPITERS. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

?1. TALES AND SKETCHES. VABI8OLD. A BoatiBci If tx Out Oimn. (Tnm Ml the Tear BammdJ is wo* cHirms. cmpmB. UnaGOED ns sitthip in ber own 1Mb room,tvwmfbaxlrmtfgrttewbicb Iff Mm nerknrea. It w»s of a peliy light erej woollen «— »— i.1 and, by the evident pains ahe look wife die atitebinf nj folding and galling, the maknur of tfm eown was en important amor. MaripiU did not say. ram to lnmH thstitwms Wwrddinr drew. y»L vision, of a (gore, not DnEke her own. e-ad in this robe, ?ad standing crondly betide soother person who scarcely knew her in such vjefioste mat, did rise up again and again within her mind while she worked. Glimpses of the aame figure, moving about a pretty borne, ffinrd abo aeraai thelaK*p-mndofhertboiie*t.;tortbis would be her bolidsy M fcr lusny a day to come. and Ulfc* had almost taken that canted cottage, in which tbe two wants be happy for the rest of their Im As Marigold worked, ana thought proudly and tenderly of Duck's mtthfulness and devotion to herself. Once ...

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BRISBANE. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

BRISBANE. June 4. Xhe Winefred inquiry has resulted in the flaiBHiai-tfrnHni11**-*'''* being wholly ex -oalpated from blame, and the Captain being .severely reprimanded. Mr. Fryar, the new Minister for Lands, his Ins bam re-elected for East Moreton. without -cpjMKflnoa. Jnne 5. Five new attorneys were admitted yester -lay. mrinJing Mr. Saunoud, oE Rockhwnpton. The 'Queensland portion of the English nodi per P. and 0. Co.'n s.s. Kama, vii Suez, m delivered here yesterday, in forty-eight days from London. The Charier favours Mr. Fanner's motion for Baking (he office of Attorney-General a not-political one. A ease of smallpox has occurred at Roma. JoneS. The u. Black Swan is advertised to sail for Bockhampton and Mackay on Tuesday, tile If* instant. Asale of forfeited mm took place to-day at Martin's auction rooms, and good prices were resosed. Jane 10. The Comr has a strong leader condemning -H« dismissal of Mr. Wfader. Peter Kelly, of Boekhsmpten, has been ad iadRedinsolrent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

««r if E A B B1 E ., W ? Gbbui ami Fcrsiskifg, Ibo» ?WIHijj. E^tftrDct, Boddampton- Country J jilliiiiiliTrili wttklna fria^ BXJBtKl' ?WfctES. FINSBTf. AND'7*^©., £~'faiaaisaai «£ Genoa! Drapery. Sffla. Mfa^°S y Cktting; Bw. -rfTj LLIA M H 6 P K HT S, W Bnoraaun and Staitokpe. Agent fci- CSomAl ana EngUafc Kfeaapaon ad Sli- fapmWot Ike. fast Soring . SSfasTtataWu*. Haneoyattik Medi i&ia]oEn»ua¥tfeet*stet»a$aiLtta-fen. fltjliw rin* ? '-r'- neaf the Post Office, «gV^t-a[AS H. C1TASACH, rtaVtTCELWRIGHT ft BLACKSMITH. Fauni'ii r j '*f- r~J -^— r tocrip ?Mjfae .harte* angtefryte »»M yasooei ^glip^ Kbd irad9^nH^p*0CooMl«o none -u IHaifiiiny. .- , ^_. i ; Sobxkss ^far&Bxssms lS6t- .THOMAS H. CAVANAGH. f^MjLUwmoar ahb '.blacksmith, '™ Lowes. DiWsos :^«s, ' BOCKH A HP TO S. ^: t B BECHT WEEZ. - :?... EAST STBEET. Has nrgtu BRSSBH&— HOTKMy1*, MuttH'e -talk ^nHBET-Olrfiwt*, IriA, Betth B«s T ? i luflt ?ml i«» «SHZVA-^&7 »od JDKZ, 2, 8, «n44 ^l UBVnat WMW '(Mil*....

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The Chinese Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Tbe Chinese Qaathn. |gBjr!Do»na.is anlnaja JBrat Coofctownj JaUie latest pfodnctuQ nun on im»i jt - Ifi*** ananTrtn^JInmiSl fi*-?^ ?The pdty «nJjtaffia»«l3S?Mie and bow *™*J portun -XfSaetf though dressed in fee — ? fla«™Sif troth, rill be cist aside as Amrigitiy wen belonging to the one-sided t*ml ''' spun OC tllC KBIlMltlUUUOfi ages, UlUCU Save long sinee sone down the sky to file Regions of eternal night f 'Ismmncha»b»risWai.tiiebB±of infor |aation by neanle.in general with regard to jGfanmaxritneCmnese. .An empire as ancient m that of KiDneh, an ctviSW as Hut oC Egypt, and as wealthy and controlling in &e poBas ataiankmd aa tin* of Gnat Br3am, and when ire reflect on Hie bet tint this greaf empire, containing one-third of the hnmaa nee, bag -~i-i-i~J . it, imXridmuV intact fee £he last four ttomand ?i=xi^whenjfce empires of Western Asia anS SoulJiem Ssznpe nave f*^4APJ| biaving ? i imi^i^' bat j i hm»1Jt»mf anA gigantic monads attesting their tamer greatness, trhfle tie ...

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