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Monday, May 21. [?] J. Taylor, and G. Hudson, Esqs.', J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

3koadat, May21. 'c !" TýTar, and G. llag EsqX.', J.P'b) t r PyfIong Road Board. too~C1s "I`oa r .L C Dmni smIss. T "°,for assault Dismissed..

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROMANTIC MURDER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

ROM3AITIC MURDER TRIAL. The Denton (ilL) "Standard" relates a story of a trial for murder, which. ended in romance and not in tragedy. The man sup posed to te .murdered walked intro court. " A . v: weeks since, we noticed the fatct of the hnding of a human skeleton in the woods, :bout two miles cast of this place, by Mr. lenjamin Williams, and of the ver dict of tie jury at the inquest, designating the skehton as the remains of a young man I by the mine of Henry M3I:lorn, and impli eating Iavid Williams, son of 13enjaminl Williamw, as the murderer. The circun- stances :urrounding the case- were strongly against the accused, as the missing young man was list seen in this community about a year ago, in company with William.s, on their way to enlist in the army as sul stitu tes. Tie accused, after an ablsence of a few weeks, returned home alone, stating that his comra:le, Hlenry 3Mahorn, had enlisted in the lOtii regiment of Missouri infantry. Thiis appeared plausible at the time, andi...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. LovF IN A WoniIotorsE.-- We have had hmany tales of tragedy in the workhouse :1 lately ; and we have wept over them, as was becoming. We havu now to tell a slory in a which'l the Iruc spirit of comedy- prevail,. I1 t the $culcoats Uuitol there was a young wo man of "considerable personal attractions" as the reporters are in the habit ofsavjing; and, in order to be near her, a young "man, Luke Whiteman by name, entered the house a s. a pauper; and, so desperate did his love become that he addressed to his" dear .Taneo" the following exquisit6 epistle :-" If von tax me for my boldness, I might also tax " you for your comeliness, for at the first C ;glance I thought I knew you, and the at tention you paid me confirmed the thought I belong to Cottingham, and have come in pi rposely to form an acquaintance with vou, i which 1 lope will not be rejected, for yvon will find mic both upright and sincere. And regarding our errors, none are without their faults. I have ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. An eccic'ea', which might have tarm-cni in moat serious oansequences, occurred about tarea o'clock on Friday evening last. As the Rev. M. Br:nigan d:ove into Kilmore from 3ib bourne, i?Li' Lad arrived.at the bridge near the turning t, his cwi residence, the king-bolt of. his vehicle anapped, d, tachin~ the shafts from the body of the bl'ggv, whic I was dashed with much violence egainat t e woojen parapet of the bride'- and broken in many parts.. 'oe trse,-a spirited animals immediately atarn,d. down the main astaet with the braken ehafta at his heels. In the mcan'ise the reverend egou!lcan htl. on to hs seat, until with adhmirabl prese.ce of mind tie di eagpgea him. elf wit! oit fu-t:er risk from the wouken vehicle. On going inta a gentleman's pl ce no r the eane t f accident it w?'e iound thr, wih the etc. p'ion of asslicght scratch on the flce, lo ral hurt eaaeu tuined; an?, as :a. anil such case. esrape u ay be attribu:eo to the eeolness whic F1:g get, d letnn...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. BEECHWORTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

TELEGRAPIIIC 1)ESPATCIHES. -4-~--- (From the Argue) DEECIIWORTII. Tuea lay. A great railway conference of bc..l bodies was i eld here to-day. All the public bodies in the Ovens and Murray districts were represented. All the de l:gatcs ( wentytheec) were present. A memorial to Guvernment was signed, and a depu'atioa of air was appointed to urge the c'aims of the district to railway communication--the Presiderts of Beech worih & Yacancandah shire councils, the chairman of Beechworth Borcugh, the chairman of the Minin3 Board, the chairman of te Oxley Road Boar), and t~r. J. A.A. Wa lce. The meeting only brceke up at 7 o'clek. T..e I:.::r , pr?:,, 'an G".l,?-:' ,?i: ý'-a, . tion held a umeerig teo-da SYDNEy, , The Minister cf Worlks returued fiom hi tour to-day. Tully and Lawrm.ce, mail carriers beten O, and Bourke, rbhbed the mail. TI:ey were captu'h by the p. lie , and had £500 wrth of stol? proprtytr ina their porsession. The R fli A-deeation holds its annual meet next week. ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Tuesday, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

Tuesday, May 22: In the Legislative Council, on Tuesday, Mfr. Murphy brought up the report of the select committee appointed to prepare an ad dress to the Officer Administering the Go. vernment on:the subject of the uncollected duties. The address was agreed toi and or. dered to be presented. Mr. Anderson brought up the address'to. His Excellency oi the Immigration Act, No. 165, and moved its adoption. Mr. Miller declared that assisted immigra tion on a. considerable scale was being accom plished, and that at least £ 100,000 hlud been expended in this way by the Govoernnient. lie trusted the metion would be with drawn. Mr Anderson declined to withdraw it. ?N action had been taken by the Government to carryout the'provisioreof the act- rcferred ..to. After a brief discussion, the - motion was carried. Mr. Mitchell brought up a progress report of the committee appoilnted'to consider the question of reform of the constitution of that House. The committee recommended a con siderable red...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Monday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

L7EGISLATINE ASSEMIBLY: -00 Monday, May 21. -00 In the Legislative Assembly on Monday, MIr Snodgrass drew the Chief Secretary's attention. to a report. which appeared in one of the. Melbourne papcers, of proceedings declared to have taken place in that. louse after strangers had been orderedtto withdraw on Thursday night. Ile was of opinion that the standing orders ought to be altered, so. that strangers might not be compelled to withdraw at the instance of one member alone, but that it should require the united protest of six members before it became necessary for the Speaker or Chairman- of Committees to order the galleries to be cleared. lie thought the Chief Secretary, as the lkader of the House, ought to prevent those garbled reports from being.published. aMr AI'Culloch did rot see why he should be addressed on that subject more than any other member of the louse. He was averse to the practice of ordering the galleries to be clearedi A brief discussibon on the suliject ensued, ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Tuesday, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

Tuesday, May 22; -4---Cc-. In the Legislative Assembly on Tutesda-, 31r. 3'Culloch presented the report of the 3 board appointed to inquire into the charges ii preferred'against ifr O'Connor, superintend ent of the Prince's Bridge Industrial Schools which was ordered to lie on the table. Mr Frazer brought up a progress report of b the committee sitting in the case of P. J. Wil liams, which was read, and ordered to be taken t into consideration on the following day.. In reply to Mr Langton, Mr M'Culoch stated that it was not the a intention of the Government to submit any 'proposal during the present session for se curing a fortnightly mail service toand from I Great Britain'. 3Tr. Bitny asled the Chief Secretary how tlie Governmentproposed, during the absence of Mr: Verdon, to provide for the perform. ance of the duties which, by the Audit Act,. i are to be personally performred b', the Trea surer? Ile was also desirous of knowing in whiLt capacity Mr. Verdon vas about to visit Grea...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

--?YAL AND DESPATCH OF RAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. A1 rrival I Depqrture. SneDaily at 710 f pEtele l Daily at 4 pm., p.m. (Sunday. Serton at 9 p.m. (Sunayui excepted). Let. :t-. k excepted) ters sent to 8on payment of lte fee-f6d L--4wa-: a ait., at 2 .m. Fi., at345 p.m. S b xes are cleared daily (S eptd y T. p.m., and Mr Barfoot's box 3"30 Sorders are iaed daily (Sanday excepted)

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COMMERCIAL IN[?] KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

KtILM1ORE. IV D:GLL2st , " F:ac 1i 1s, qut~ a ss fol Bran, 1. 91 tlo 2. 0 A. hi- "l it it ;rites fill.ýwr : FR u' 17. P.-T) f 4 153 Y t;3 Pnliard L4 do i'7h.-e, rn P cirtfri~a. . G'srze dsv3eo,. q1te - -: O t", Cclnri:', 0t t")1· 5e G!, perr ~ael ý B- U ; 919n ocl rs'-P1 1rIar f.231 per bushel Pc-tUt'f, -Cr t-, 13 p ton. 11ir. 79 0.1 l er -- t C1-off, 79 pr cwt. KYIETON -i.:_e rula wirrsre the prores nruvs ,uli ,' al u:'-1 Irn tte K'rn,6 eorn Uuarr.?;i: Wh.'., G+ to 7.. tr bust 'e Oars 4. to 4, 3d perbu.'iel irlnvc=rE.-The if Icor itnei quotes us IfolI.win' Vo;r, t2f1L Nst" s 9, to t0+ pvr hn4~aL roll-rd, 3.. per buash. t-. f. 2 Ao. O~iut:tl. £3~ peit cI. ".'r, L10 oer ton Ci-a £ "J 'nt t1(3 pir tor. . Poalrtt.., no do. r? rorrt1-Fr nm tw T -r.%r'fr, Tdepeudet we 9tw t. t'`. rn9)n i..p w'-o4's"1 pniim rurmot: w Flor·r Adrl'ide. t£Z per ho -f (,anisi, 4;'(1 Op.. f lnisl, 7. 'O yer rerhrt n-vi; ttorr frt t· 11-y, 19 to :10 rer tcen 'nVlt mw ru.-Frorn 11 e Perald w, quote tb~e IoI* Vew...

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THE MYSTERY OF GUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

THE M.YSTERY OF GUILT. (From the London Review.) t The moral obliquities of life will, to a t great extent, bear comparison with physical a defects. There are imperfections of charac ter, harmful indeed in result, but which as I mortah we regard with lenience if not with approval. There are pllausible virtues which I it requires but a little knowledge of human 1 nature to perceive may any day degenerate 1 into faults How much of anger springs a from a keen senae of justice; of cowardice from an over-tenderness of heart ; of insin- 1 cerity from a desire to please ? The gene rous man may soon become a spendthrift, t the ambitious man a selfish worldlng, the t careful father a domestic tyrant The acci dent of education, the force of circumstances or example, may turn the scale for good or evil, and transform qualities which it would I be right for us to admire, into those which it ) is oar duty to detest. But there are condi tions of the human heart-and, we fear, some hearts themselve...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

rrau?lnFD TILwsaD.T Or os?nrcs. filIRSDAY, MAY 21, ls66' Now that the diseCssionL relativ-e to the trisim have su?si de the people of Victoria have lapeed into a mo?e homely strain than. dabbling in polities, and everything assumes a healthier aspect than was the case" some ftu-r months back. While members of the A.?embly find it a difficult task to- procure the wrhere?ithal.to make political capital of, and s4tup.orators have had to betake them. selves to smne other occupations, we alsoj fid1 that a etass of writers d not discover it a convenient task to draw upon their imaginations to supply food for the pulil. i mind, and therefere Re see them launching into discussion upon nmatters of which they are totally airal" gnrsly ignorant. The alfairs ofthe "taek" &c., having nowa I'rtly sunk into oblivion we really expected to see some thing sent forth to. create excitemcnt, but that any petty scribbler should have the cool audacity, in a: free country like this, to deal in such...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

LEGISLATIYE COLUNCIL MONDAr,. 3~ji 21 (From the " Argus." In tLe Legislative Council on 3tondav. Mr Anderson. moved t'lat an addres- ie presented to the officer a hnniuist'ribg the Government, requesting himito take such steps as might be necessary to give effect to the provisions of the Imnmigration Act, No. 175. The hen.. member. referred to the fact of certain portions- of the Imminigration Act passed by the O'Shannssy Administration, not having been put in force by the succeed. ing Government. Other colonies had adp ted means for promoting immigration s:hilar to those providedt for in the nact.but which had in thiis colony been allowed to- become a dead'letter. Mr Faw?kner seconded the motion. DMr Miller said the policy of the present Government was not to encourage iimmigra tion at the expense of:interests already in. the colony. A certain discretion must be allowed. to every Administration, and the plan was, if the acts of the Ministry were not approved of, to replace it. with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

AD VERTISEMENTS. ---~---~--- --w---~ PYALONG RDOD BOARD. TENDERS. SENDR;ES ai I be received until nco, on the 6th n'ti.-o, ror the supply of road metal at Gre?n'a Pi-.cb. Sydney road. Spei'fi:a iia to be reen, tnd forms of tender tt be h?, a" ti:is cil . The Board will not nees?arily ccca~p ary trlder, (By order) J BOURKE, Clerk. Pyalot g Road Board Ofileo, May 15 ,3 J66. SEYMIOUR ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS. :'ENI)ERES ill be rectivrd mntil 11 ,,'clock a m of L Tce~day, 5th June ncxt, fir caring and drain i .Q 52 chains of Road as in lish street Seymour. Sp:-cifcations at this ofilce. (By Order) T. I'OWARD. Clo:k. R d Pcard Oce, -m?onur, 14th May, 13k. TI!E MOST CONSTANT FRIEND, IIOLLOWAi 'S OINTMENT. JOSSESSED of tLis remedy every man is his o.rn I Family Physei·on. If his wife or children are roubled with eruption of the skin, sores, tumours, • vle stwelitng,, sore throats, asthma, or any other st-rral ai'ment, a crsevrering use of the Ointment 's A;t that ia r:ce-eary to produc e a r...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

WonRE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 18. --- L Arcs, John Taylor, G. HLudson, Ma L Bourke, Eq.'3s J.P.A) den v J. Bourxe, forssault. De De- ordered to be imprifoned for a r ead v Jas ameas Keth; appli ?'rarrant of ejeetment. Mr Twbein . t Read for defendant. Case · * i:th 1s eots, the servi e being

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THE RECALL OF SIR CHARLES DARLING. BOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

TIHE RECALL OF -SIR C1ARALE: DAULING. BOTH SIDES OF T:I QUtSTION. The '" Times" of the ?2nd March observes that the mrotion of Lord Ro? ':t Montagu on the 20th, on the re,-ent cents in the colony of Victcri , r ii-d . ;v-ral questions of the very highest ui:np:rtim:e. In the first place there as-s the oriii:d cause of the quarrel -the i-h o th ) Dnmoceratic Ass. m ly to l;ghten the dtuti^ on articles of cn ulp tioa of freig gr.vth wxhich the coloav was unable to l nriie,-' to impose them on o.her -main''t-i:-rd products, whic'. the e, ,h, at a greater expense, and in a worse Ina.u:aer. - utd contrive to produce for itself. Then th're wis, the overbearing tondurt of lhe A -e: , whi-h tried to carry its point by tacking tiihe Tariti' to the Appropriation Bill. an:d, fil;"- ths, collected duties by re solution dalone. Besides ill tlhe-e, there was the extraordinary misbehaviour of the gover nor, wht lent hin self to what Mr. Ireland properly eu),i co. raev t) obtain ptsfes.e sion of th...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

0 : BOROjUGHI COUNCIL. V . " of:i the previoLus meeting har r.L ,ere coiiirnedl, after whieh. : Y~e, ofan unimportant character, i list meeting was dealt SIpecifiations relative to drain .e1-4treet, near MIr Wiesel s pro -re i,1id on the table. u-,s contended that it was nces -. ' any action could be taken, that ' e of motion should have been given I -r r' eamebered anything relative to S1 p1 lans coming before the Council, -_ýers of the Council had no authority : . Chan bers fo: givn.; instructions a?-ReyoFr to prepare any plans. :oder of the day to- consider the :t or otherwise of accepting Wil tt/ tender of £322 2s 6d for drain dnevr-street D rling plopoMe that the tender of$ -tts be accepted. '1e by Cr. Thomas. " ,LSho moved that the tender be not I-ran seconded the amendment.. lendment. the mover, seconder, ste motion, which was carried, all the FIXAYCE.L £sJ $C - .._ S9 I Sooad ... ... 10 16 0 in accoaunts were passed for Sfter which the meeting ad

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

AGENTS FOE TEE "FREL. TRSS." -0 SrtESs GORDON & GOTCH, of Collir street r t, Melbourne, have been appointed Agents I'-l GkSAOS, LsEncfield Road Station is \ |?-pi:ctrd to receive monies on behalf of the SPrss" in the LnceSfeld End Romecy districts, - :* receipt will be a suffioent discharge from all LL---_--------- CSN IIUNI is appointed COLLECTOR for J thi J:rrat, T:d bis receipt for monies due will t i Si.d et clearnnce. TEE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. rFE terns for aiertisirg in the Kilmore Free I press are a under: 1Io SHILI-h GS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A r-ccticn ef ten per cent will be made for .:ret::iErEs ordered for one nmonth; twen'y per : r two mentlh; snd thirty-three per cent for :-ee =Ltht :-beyond ,hich time a spee:al arrange It ti1 be made. The terms of Iubscription to the KilmoreFree Preu. 6' be 6 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 61 if postel t_? c -r, =Y. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, -, TEi.'s Hctel, Kilmore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

NOTIC{ 'e Qiirfrra for .rhri-tir~ip to the Free 'ren kC rnwrm ce in the 23rd Mini-b, 23 d Jane, 23 d Sorter.rier, erd 23"- Diei!mher. P.r.rs csnnot w;.L''-eýet. ir nt'n f(r ti1 oll of ,lprhri ijer viihot t n'y up to the eni of t11- current q'isrt:r N w rn', tri4 rs i-n be rn-nll1ed ent-'y im-e b1 y ire, a ru cr!-liou proportionate to the period in the quar:er rr-rini- b ncerpired. Adrrtirment. re-rivedi for ecPt i.use on ti two r..n-.o the day p-rdi us to puler ti.c. Ec4 a,' vret'-mrtt ebotlI b-a- upon "tia manu'mip" t'to " u ro! cn..rotar -qulre'. WIhc r irsiruc i jig are er t in n terrrc. to t.e r.omrt-ir of irser i rlu, theP rierii'. mCe: t will be crtrtied usr tEl. c,m.termantded sr dne f:xire, and hiarcrd' arccrdingly. Nitics to withdrw an Ldvtrtigernent ehould Ie given n Al ours t, t.r or discot tic U'- tlli rt'Prn;ff's It n.t be mi-de in w jti' , and formir.cd to tl.i 'iflct b-' O r Piz p.m. rjn the Ts:retii of each wi-(. TEN1)liR3. -ESnlUJ1. -n r a qiti. for ie ts z 1rrKw .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS         MR DELISSER, the Contract Surveyor for dis-     trict of Kilmore, will be in attendance a         Broad on Monday 28th inst., and at Yee, on   Tuesday, the 29th, to receive applications and neces- sary fees (without which no surverys will be made)     for surveys under 42 d Clause. Kilmore, 23rd May, 1866. WANTED STONE BREAKERS, and teams to cart spells between Benalla and Winton. Apply on the   works PATRICK O'CONNOR, 65op Contractor.     A BACHELORS' BALL will be held at Doo- ean's Pyalong hotel, on Friday, the 1st June,   next Doubles tickets, 15s, single, 10s. Tickets to be   had from the Stewards,   JOHN BOURKE, ESQ., JOHN BRADLEY, ESQ., JAMES DOHERTY, ESQ., WILLIAM DODD, ESQ., JOHN WILSON, ESQ., ALLEN CAMERON, E...

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