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DONNELLY'S CREEK. April 22, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. (roM A CORnrESONDENT.) April 22, 1863. News this week is pretty encouraging. The Creek is being worked to satisfaction farther than ever, and I hear very few complaints. All are doing more or less. Trade seems morn steady, which I think is a good sign. We have no rowdyism on the Creek now-the poopla are, generally spoakiug ( at is, the meno who intend working), sobar, hard-working mon, determined to give it a fair trial. T?o reefs, especially thuo Whita Star prospecting claim, shows gold in abimndance in overy stone. It would take a very high ofer now to pur ehasa a sharo-tho figure would go above a one and three ciphers from most of theosharo holders. The other reofs are petiently waiting for the long.delayed maohines. I suppose we shall havo a Courbt of lIoCes at~hir with No. 1 South (Edward'), as there are two claimants for it. I understand they have been to Sale about it, but could got no satisfrction one w.ay or the other. Th:is is a bxl state of thinga, if a ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

TO TIIr E1DI1O0 OF TI0 GIPP3I4ALSD TMI:'13. Sn,--Can you inform mu if it is a fac that the administrator of the late Dr. Light foot'o estate has refused to pay for the fonoing in of his grave. If reports-are true, I am led to believe that such is the caso, nod that a pri vate inldividual had to give a cheqeo for the amlsonut. I would not mako this oenqiry did I not know that the lamoted geutlleman'a estate, to which thtero is no heir, could well aflurd the paltry sum. I am, Sir, A FRIIEND OF, DECIE.SED'S. Salo, 30th April, 1863.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

STEAM TO 1 M ELBOURNE. OTfIE fine scrow Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Horses will bo carried to or from Port Albert at. 30s, each. ,4.M .(T ,old, 2d .per - ou·i e..Par-. cels over 200 ounces, lId. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Cdstoms befbro 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbort. All goods at -consignees' risk when lauded. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a'c Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. SFIVE HORSE COACI will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE I)OTEL, Sale, .every :VEv?s5DAY .at' San.m., carrying.passengers to meet lts Stennier, roturning immediately. after her arrival. Pares . .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked through from Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. 'IIOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port A...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

SHIPPIyG INTELLIGENCE. PORT AL3EP.T. _ ±amBEsZD---Ap1 a3. aeem, `-s, 114 to-ss. S Patrick, from 3Iel borone. ~ ~ Hsowdeo & 0a., aegnts. .EdIpse iSO toos, J. Ca'ds, from Hobert Town. Joooo:oo ad Hood, egonts. - wo2s-April 23.' Seers fruom ethoorne. 4 qr casks and I keg hs'key :;' 5 bbds and 2 qqr, casks 'orand.y begs anagr, 2 pkce drijo frito, 32 pbgs te, ap ps k 'PP4o', Plgs vow` 0 cases. Gener,, 2 bars rice, SCZxs old tom. S pigs wbaooo; Pigs-s bees, 1 o a o ad 1 ase aine-acd Apr] 25 Ecipse, from Jlibert Ton, I1 tonss pnti toes, 5ct tallow. Ecra, ior ielbourne. 3661 oz gold. Aoril 25. Eclipee, Icr Eoltrtr Town, SO head cattle. ciEslOm ori-Anril 24. Seers, for Melbourne. April 23. EIpon, for Hobart Town. s-..u~ro-April 24. Meera, sn., 114 toss, S. Patrick, for Mel bourne.

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SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 27th April. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 27th April.   Before A. Arbuckle. N. Gutheridge, W. Pear- son, and John Inglis, Esqrs. J. L. M. Carey v. James Robertson.   The defendant, who was represented by Mr. Atkinson, solicitor, was charged with ille- gally occupying Crown lands. The plaintiff, who as Land Officer as well as Police Magistrate, stated his own case, from   which it appeared that on the 31st of October defendant came into the Land Office and in-   quired if lots 26 and 27 of section 10 of Inver- michie were open for selection. At the time of the inquiry a gentleman (Mr. De Tra- cey) belonging to the Survey Department was in attendance, and he immediately answered, " All Invermichie is open for selection." Defendant accordingly lodged his money, and was declared selector, receiving a receipt to that effect fromu the plaintif. The plaintiff, t it would appear fran his statemaat, diceovered 3 within four days that he hadl colnnittedl a...

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TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. Michael Hassett was again brought up charged with threatening to shoot John O'Hare, who prayed that the prisoner may be bound over to keep the peace towards him, as he was in danger of his life. John O'Hara deposed that he was at work on the road near Hoddinott's Waterholes, where prisoner was also employed, and that on the night of the 10th instant prisoner value to his tent and wanted the loan of £3, which prosecutor refused to give him. Prisoner then said that O'Hara was the only man who could injure him, and alter a lapse of about two houre, prisoner came again to his tent and asked him to go to a lime kiln to get a billy of water, which O'Hara refused. On the next night he also came and flourished a knife, which prose cutor had to drop down to avoid. Prisoner threatened to stab him. Prosecutor said that Hassett had told him something which he was afraid of having revealed. Prisoner also threatened to shoot him. Prisoner was going to make a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER-Bsoas. I?1PORTANT IOOTICE. J. D. LEESON AS much pleasure in announcing his intention of supplementing his POPCLern LIsn.Inr with the following Monthly Periodicals and Newspapers, on the arrival of each English Mail, and trusts, from the increased outlay, that he will be further supparted in this new undertaking : Art Journal. All the Year Round. Cornhill Magazine. Chambers's Journal. Dublin University Magazine. Once a Week. Family Herald London Journal. Reynolds' Miscellany. Saturdar Reviewr . ; .. Illustrated London News.., London Punch. .Home News. TERMS' :-* 1 (Payable in Ad'drvrc) Yearly,................... 40s. Half-yearly, ...... ... 20. Quarterly,................. 10s. 24alm A. H. Ritchie, Blacksmith and Wheelright, FOSTER STREET, SALE. ._ESIRES respectfully to inform .1) the inhabitants of North Gipps land that he has removed to his new premises in Foster stro t, opposite the Police Office, and that he is now pre pared to do all kinds of work in a superior...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

or L-y-At c.rre-- k. A:.:?r Cf tee -::= ", sas.r C:arrce- e . pu ".-,r d l ' r e -ee ia 1i u ote - Ea are~ni .i-,-in . In a laeter to a Landhe psr. he sas:-- " - I tr-n_ th?. As £y v sa'e Ca:r : caGxroI [ onw ar -"i t -" crinoline, w h ich ie cr rs .,i i i:xnn " t In a letter to a ae tril l-±a a e'm-- in Tyor carne for dispcr.:e t:he wre w ire in. Fromn the knowle. f e "-ei in the cOurse os a etl,-r"- of - - ch, r:h. Ar or n'e i. a? eI ht e ne: , to nhe.- or -r. '-res : - ca- a-.es ? : -- c. -:. -of uieo o.n--.l reT =a a, ,te f. S6 . to on =.3: St tO J.:l Sa ?-o. ntal I r:, ? e t Ste-.r-nef: ' r, e:_[e i wtta " had warn the a*. --; th -en i ' i- pr.se dsi agint -m. as : is now a lett=tT in hofhour owaee t re -e ?.t de;av -ve blanks to i-:y r.ve prizs s I enr-Estlv hope that my - ra. briethre: will lead-? their all ato the res to sar. this dan ageroams abof iawisa, cr? ne, ot of th e d The profeo of three novices of., the ,h on. Tuesday a mornit eng at . Sai Francis's Cathedral. The ...

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A YOUNG SCAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

A YOUNG- SCO2PUAMPJ r n .Among the most reomarkabl'? youth. I now inhabiting' this colons3;" Charles: Jamids Foxalias 'Piggy,'; aged twelve years,; is ntitled'to-take higli rank On W1ednesday week, it will be remember r al, he eeipikl from iithe '!lelbt police csanp liwer ofor': some time rev'iously I he had been. detained on"'i ?a charge of lhose-sttiling, 'witlhi a vieiw to obtain his a adnlmission intoh raieforitory canlctlaib e f conduct'of this y6hthful'delinitiiett is ii; t remarkable ii" onie eso"young,-that- we cannot refrai'. frotm eutering'int: :ftill particulars concerniing hi.ni. Oi the Wednesday evening he esciped,: it' a 1 pears, by wlhat has suibseueiitlyr Scome to light, that he slept bit\i?een' twv6" -lig on Amherst Flat. OOn theli folloin?i mnorningi, beforei::dawnu,, he :crris'edl;:lh ia -Miain andtbowards evepin arrin0,i in tlih' nii ihbourhood of t'he Slpring llero he again slept betweeen'two logs, tlhoughi how ie maringed to sur'vive'" the inflictiori of a so6i...

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THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF A NEWSPAPER PLEASING EVERYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

Ss??at }f;r-"s E?" I 'DG . e-- i . lure sý a.r ,rR ?ins a; oCas u serrs itae miS sraes o1iesa??? sie?Ste;, ( he amn avt ann sch iass la '- c 4&,l s-,? ' ie leve e l· , Tosea liskmoAscreatha5nre5 ,N atas toftis: assipls a tyr l i . ,0?.m7,?cer.aýIes. a : . .Oenan OscSt ih an . .4 S a ai or :W= new ' ' -a z s, a,.t. e i.-- a ea -, o oa ketoet sai?t a ae e '- sai eas in t sins ing - Compa a I of .l Ore sthe sint Ito sir? sb the iheest bEss To i e ?a ?~re tfthi d -A.ihn uirt of ersla z3CP an, Sam s ter from a dro sght, ws p oai - t Ath is niatae in t Fan th. Ioartislgfilre. It Ta is iy, that a -sat-eo rmSIzcant ire t .o tiar) po mida hotus. fa es oise l Iu cc lowh ony u e -aesnd & pagthe atot ahe aldhei ble ey n o r omaetitos espercl l te ereAd tor se t ea a£ one s. T Sndaio tasr bei en' o nir s t Aie deao;n du?ures oftit wi nof Ge= Lraiy.r o . Jaes alt is is ssa fthe tr ad t e rtr, only aise theran us sakes of tbhere as e ye . Ther i . w~u heycansben sreasonealeo paso u...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

"IIfSCELLA1IEOUUJ. :,; .Mr. Slhort, who was second in cam nianild with Mr.lA; lowitt:.when he lisiovered the Crooked Mliver,-has li'e?n mnaking explhrations in-the Cape.Otay. rltiaes, nl penietriated from.: Cola to, within four miilas of the mouth of Geli?: 1ranid lhirer. Mr. Allan, odne of the G- vernment iArbitrators in Gilppaland has bee n makin? previous exploratiorns ]3Bishap Colonsp; if ono may jndage fromn tho.ngerness displayed to possess.. copies of vlume' the second, is diecidedly ait a premium.. just now ., id ellaiirne,. At Mr..;McOonibe' weeliy, auctioi soilo of books, ou Saiurday; Dr.: Colene --i second voluine sold at eightie?rnshillitne a copy,, the Lolindon putlishng e pi :ice bei ng seven shlliigs an'd sipene. :?. " 'lASTE8i," said Nash's ':valet ocnd?, when the ?ieai' was in a terrible'-way ibout some piece of iis lupiity,"oly tell me what yu'd lnhave, and I,11g4 et t for obu." "' Then get me yoiyu puppy, an. greater fool than yourself," said :Nsesh. A.ay lvaiit t...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

" EXCELSIOI.? FRIDAY, M3AY 1, 1863. AMONGST our miscellaneous news o this'day's publication will be foune an extract from the Otago Daily Time, of the 9th April, in which the writer makes the following statement : " Although the absolute number o. cattle imported from Gippsland has not been very considerable, still the opening, of that source of supply hat a very marked influence on the Otago market. The price both ol cattle and meat fell considerably and the supplies came forward more freely. lBut Gippsland, it was soon discuvered, could not be relied on fur any large number of eattle ; the character of the port would not al. low vessels of sullicient tonnage to be used to make a trade.'" This is the argument used by our New Zea land contemporary for the, purpose of getting Western Port and Two. fuld Bag open to t!:e'r- for importa- ti t tons of cattle. VeC shall, nswer' b the !atter part of the untruthflol f s'atem nt of the O:!p T.-s first. t! Gi'ppland is pa o seseed of a shippi...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

TOJWN TALK. T- e.e.e' 0- of .r. tn, rep tt=' ots firS .th Gipp-Lld, in h:0 at'mpt, to open the Ebarbr of WR-:_`p';:. hao bee q4uickly t: a .a'i _rt:._e of. TLere is n_.r Iying i3 th t Pr~r the Ati C Th-..~-'e, a ELip - :aelly 1-i?3 :-na burthen, oL:h:, hax ckme for a cop cf s:ure eat::e for Ne.; Zla.n:. Ons p .ri-e,: of the cep h?s been pa:re??-e b :-r mc1-,tn, who is al o?-:.er, sps ac. c:ut, the re.2-i;der to t- S-h i: i on freight. Dc.::h: > :e La-- tn ' r-" L'-ny': c-n ts late t--on eu?:e oren W?I clp:?l; a fancy jetty :s ere--! and a ?,"ok .yar, the pritn pal t? L Ich civt J, only hare ,rC ?:_i.:1 in the head 2of acme Firet:tise the? -ri't in the GoUern. ment c=':e. The tr"ct' o ere pretty tobut ?le. It was r oelear. 3'mere, for a prz.e.ti r an to d rl-thi . zr oulh wl:t years of _her o1u3n ret , ueol, nD to? r Johnson is now due the:1 crslit of brit, opened Web ip-A hu>rtl latr r ftr rate:. At the adjourr-d lictene:rg mz-:itg. on the ben ere A. Abucble, N. G-:he.i'ge, . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

SATUERDAY , .: _',lAY. I Sale by Auction. EORSES! HOSIES! SE WELL has received instruc S oloans frm hr- Livwos, of 31a nmroo, to sell on the abore date at -e Yards, Foster-?treet, at twelve o'clo` noon, 30 Head of Hcrse, All of atery superior description to any odered-for- sale for-some inme. -- There is in the mob some fiat-class Harness IHorses and good' weight-ranjing t'?s. all in good condition, and are f"rp-i - .=: MONDAY, 4Mu MAX, . i .Sale By Auction. .. the Estte of JOHN GEORGE ROUTfEDGE LIGHITFOOT, ' late of Sale, in the C&olony o. Victoria, Clerk of Petty Se sons, dtce?n-?d. TOH SEWELL is instructed to rt SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the residence of the late Dr. LaeTr roor.,a a nd sundry the g oodsand chattels of the deceased, oomprinin Drang-ma,n-,. Dininag-rooaBed room, and iktche'o Furnitr-e. Glass and Croclirery WAr % Boug., Harne-. G~i, and Tip-Dray - Plated ArticleL Sargery and Dental Inst rumets Medicines. And a choice ibrarr of 300 Vols. of Valuable Books. ?...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

GOMM'iERCIAL. MELBOURNE MIARKETS. <lesrs?? Rayo and Butchart report :-Fat Cattle: 106l1 was the number penned. 3Ion day's sales: were made at the same prices as last week, but on Tuesday the demand was hbtter, and good cattle advanced 20s to 25s a head; some choice heifers touching 2rs per 100 lb. Best bullocks ranged from L.7 to L.S 10s; goot do, from L.6 to LG 153; medium and'light do, from L4 to L5 5s; best cows, from L5 17s d to L7 17s 6d ; good do, from L410sto L5 5s; medium, light, and inferior do, from I .215 to L4. We sold, for James McEvoy, Esq., 250 bullocks and cows- bul looks, from L5 10s to L 10s-average, L.6 7a 6d:-cows, from L10lOs to L 51 5s-average, L.4 9s Gd, . Henry Phillips, Esq., 100 bullocks average, L.5 Ga; odd lots, 20 do, from L.4 10s to L7 ,10s. Total, 370. Fat Calves: 97 in. Weesold 7 at 29s to 37ea Gd, 0 at 24, 16 at 14a to 3ls, 22 at 20s to 41s, 12 at 32s to 39s. Dalmahoy, Campbell and Co.'s Rp)rLt Fat C?tle.--This week a moderate supply, amou...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

CORRESPONDENCE.   We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.   To the Editor of The Gippsland Times.           Sir,—It is said that in Australia the order of things are so reversed from what   they are in the old country— that trees shed their bark annually instead of their leaves, our mice can fly, and that it is the frogs who sing instead fo the birds—but lani going to tell y),u of a case that will tl take even you by surprise, with even a full and comprehensive knowledge of the strange mode of doing things peculiar to both mice and men in this sunny, funny   land of ours. Ever since the immortal   arch was applied to the purpose of bridg-   ing all and sundry over running streams, or such other impediments as might int- terrupt the free passage of her Majesty's   subjects on her Majesty's high...

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TEA MEETING AT STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

TEA MEETING AT STRAT FORD. A tea meeting wns hold at Stratford on enday evening with the object of bringing ofessing Christians together in social cont unis, the proceeds derived from the sale of t tickets being applied towards improving ratford Church. On entering the meeting, o bright and graceful appearance which it esented has rarely, indeed, been witnessed Gippland--and we question if it could be pasned anywhlere, everything considered. t io committee were fortunate in getting pos ion of the large and commodious tent bo aging to the Agrioultural Society, which was coated with flags and flowers in endless riety. Ther owore rustic chandeliers ranged the centre of the canvas hall which were ew005 tastefully decorated with flowers ad then there were the loveliest flowers of I enated in rows in the spacious apartment, eking so pleased and so pretty, that the art must indeed have been a cold one that d not rwaim with pleasureable emotions at to sceine. The tables were amply provided ...

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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMErT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. The first hospital surgeons and medical authors of Europe admit the unparalleled anti-inflammatory and heal. ing properties of this Ointment; gover. ments sanction its use in their naval and military services ; and the masses in this country, and throughout the world, repose the utmost confidence in its curative pro perties. It penetrates the sources of inflammation and corruption which under lie the external evidences of disease, and neutralizes the fiery elemehts which feed and exasperate the malady. RHEEUC TIL E, SCROFULA, ERYSI. PELAS. These are among the most terrible and agonizing diseases, yet in their worst forms, and when seemingly incurable, they invariably disappear under a perse vering application of this soothing, healing antidote to pain and inflammation. KLNG'S EVIL, FEVERP SORES, STIFF JOISTS. In cases of King's Evil where medicinl waters, lotions, and every recipe of the pharmacopoeia hare proved useless, the Ointment will ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves respondible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO T?B EDITOR OF TOO OIPoPLAND TIMES. Smr,-I wish to draw your atteution to a matter which is found to be a very groat hard slhip to all partics travellig with cattlo beo twoon lManaroo and North Gippsland. It is well known that what is termed thi old road has been used heretofore for cattle travelling from M\anaroo to the lower districet, and that it is not ouly a much more suitable road, but that the other, or now road, is literally unfit for that purpose. The crossing at lairndalo, on the noew road, is a very dangerous one for cattle, asI and others have found to our cost' I believe I never could have got the lash mob of cattle I crossed there over in safety had it not been for the kindness of MIr. tP'Leod in giving me some working b'ullocks which were acquainted with the place ; but the mob that went over before mino lost from 15 to 20 head in crossing. Now what 1 have to complain of is,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE OIPIPSL D TIMES, Sm,-Can you tell me anything about the town common managors, whoso names wore, I am told, flourishing in the Crown Lauds cir cular a few months sincel I have boon for romo time looking for them, but no one can tell me whore they reside, nor who they are, and being myself a stranger here, I am un acquainted with even their names. The fact is, sir, I was thinking what wretched stroeos you have got, and as I had been used to hording previous to my coming here, I tholght I may be able to rent the common, so that you night be cnabled to got your streets mado better. I have examined it all, and would readily give a good rent for it; and I think that would bo turning the town common to batter advantage than letting it bo, as I am now told, in the hunds of two or threeoo parties, and nearly, if not altogether, unused by the majority of the people of the township. This subject, sir, may be worth a line in your inudependoit jour. nal, as it is a great pit...

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