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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

SHIPPING INTELLI&gp ARRIVALS. FEBUPAar, 11.— Souvenir, schooner If Captain Brown, from Mcreton Bay 5i(,^ Passenuers— Mrs. Larkins, Mr. Noble, ffl Mrs- Shrlan, Mr, and Mrs. Strange tJ 4 servant, and G in the steerage. ' -jj 1 I ._ ..Tllnn liarnna 9l9fnn..rtnni.! a - Howe's Island January 17. ig,« 11.— Baretto Junior, 522 tons, Captai, '*& gins, from San Francisco 15th Deccml, -$ sengers— Mr. Ruddlesworth, sen. ; Mr j 'Ii woifi.jun.; Mr. Knowlcs, Mr. and jj,j fflj fitt, Mr. Moulier. Messrs. Rowland, Gilti Jac son; Mance, Conroy, Dorion, Bull ??» Wright, Hunter, M'Kettrick, Earwell.Q |j! Fish, Forward, Haughton, Carter, Seyio; '& ner, Woodland, Forster, Gillon, Pattern M Bnchanon, Fennoll, Smithers, Warrach 8 %| Williams, Ross, Mercer, S.eales, Marks,' £ |ij Hunt, Logan, Gorman, wifo, and three'ei \f Bouchan, Rowe, Stratford. Sullivan fi, 1 Miller, Wright. Jones. -S H.T-Inga, U. S. brig, 170 tons, ( i Barnes, from Strong's Island, January ?, m 1 1.— Dart,brig, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

it. undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold GOLD. W\,\ nlher metals in any q lantity. to sellebs of hold. If1'1011 G. BROCKSTAYN', i T? STRACHAN is prepared to purchase Gold fc Vatt^maker and Jeweljcr, i tj? a in any quantities at the highest rharket fc ' Howick-s'treot, n price. M Bfttnurst. , Bathursr, Aug. I2tli IS 3 1. W-, Cnwitncns and Coins wanted. ,y ? . ? ? ? - — ? ? fe ^Specimens anuo ? L\ GARSED AND, MO'UCILiL'S SiOKliS, ' WT~ GOLdT GOLD ! - AT BATHURST, H -?YEH BROTHERS ' NEXT »o6r'to int. Arthur's i^n. |U,BiveLh,_UcaSh Prefer good el* $^^^ *»$£?$ m samples , tIey market price, and ggnst-tth, 1351. ? , ? . -AT THE xtjroK, » ? ' i /^aoct onnrriAqKRof oppositd this tost ovrlcv* ft uwlm iffned » a CAP« ^JJHPM J* s 'BETWEEN THE FLAT 'ANB LOWER jjjOLD OUSl at the 'Bbe*gJ|e^ates' - CROSSING -PLACE. ? Circular Quay. M ICs.c per' 100 lbs., 'above the Sydney market n»y. 20ili Augt., 1851. ? . PlUJ.-!-TKe highest maflsbt price given for GOLD ? ; ? ' ^.an'piiRf'HAqii'Rnf lnt the Tmo...

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THE MANEROO AND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

THE MAl^Rbb'ASbrMrraA'MlTTA GOLD FIELDS. „. , A 'Correspondent from Maneroo concludes n business letter addressed to as with the following intelligence about tho golden prospects of his own ' district. ? ? . ? .- . -.-? . ?.'?':?' ??' ?? - - - ' I havo'littlo or no news : for -you from .this quarter, I havo been prospecting in several parts of Maneroo : Gold exists in many places, but so yory hue and m such small quantities that lam convinced it will never be worked to advantage. The reports about the Mitta Mitta' diggings I havo no faith in. 1 havo seen tho Rev. Mr. Clarko since his return, but cannot get any in formation from him, only that he found gold there. My brother and Brown went out to ascertain tho truth. ' Tho Mitta Mitttv from hero is abuut 1 60 miles, and of the very wopt description of road, indeed so bad that it is difficult to get a pack ' horso along it, they had not gone all tho way before they met several disappointed parties re turning who gavo a dismal account ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

NEW ZEALAND. Pottery.— Captain Watt, of tho Governor Grey, has brought to Wellington a jug, manu factured at Wanganui, from clay found in that district. Neither the material nor the execution would do any discredit to Staffordshire itself ; and from tho nature of. tho clay, it would seem to bo well adapted for making largo pitchers, milk and wash pan9, &c, ,for which thero is a great demand, but' which, in consequence of their bulk and brittloness, at present realize high prices. — Lyttklon Times. . About a fortnight eincc, fivo sperm whales were captured by tho whalers at Hawko's Bay ; and a seal was_ clubbed, by .a bpy. bolonging to Cameron's station, -which turned out 8 gallons of oil.— Lytieton Times. . '

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

%iPPlN&;iNTELLI&lii '(From fa S. M. Herald.) M ARRIVALS. February 14.— Conside, steamer, 25 j Captain. W.Appleby, from San Francis December. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs, Nei Messrs.' John Holt, Alfred Cookc, Ben. ii wm. Stewart, Charles Bead, John Woli, v Chapman, James Harvey, Henry Wcrlein, f Tackaberry, C. B. Mullen, Henry Comb, 1 j| Foog, Daniel Schniedcr, C. P. Kernlsl (* Thompson, Tobias Lindeman, EbenezerElt [1 Mathis Martin, John Fanning, C. H. Chasj ' U.~-Duko of Wellington, barque, 38; J? Captain Brady, from San Francisco the 25f -}, vember. Passengers— Mr. Barsignot, Mr. i I' Lowkey, Mr. D. Ghessner, Mr. C. Weber, v | Cornwall, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Bradley, Mr.! ij Mr, Murray, and 98 in the steerage. 15. — Almedii, schooner, 24G tons, Captainl 1? from Hongkong the 16th November. P^ ? — Lieutenant Gorman, Ceylon Biflcs. ' 15. — Uniccrn, barque, 375 tons, Captain ]l Hunter, from the Downs the 22nd October. ''? ?15. — William and James, schooner, ft | Captain Gray, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

vMISCELiAMOlJS; EXXMCTS. i A Ghost Stoky; —Last ;.Tuesda3' fort night, (says the ^Mqnirei\l,,Transcript,) «ib !Mrs. ,—r—i (a lady of . literiiry;taste and rather _studiou_s habits), eat; reading? in her di;awingrrbqm, the clock . ,on .the mantel Tliece Struck twelve. Aa fliA Insf. nfrnirn reyeroeraieu; inrouga ; uie, apartment, the door was suddenly ,flungfopen., In the act of raising her .head, to reproye the .intrusion, of her servant (unrung for), ,'her/eye rested on the form of her; late husband. She screamed and ,-feU: , senseless on the carpet This. brought up such: ;. members , of .the family as had not retired to. rest. Restora tives were administered ; and -, when Mrs. ?.''...... . - had regained possession of her faculties, she /el t disposed - to.consider the whole distress she had; undergone. as the result of certain associations between the melancholy tale she; had been perusing and her late ; loss, operating on a partially de ranged , nervous, system. She,; however;, c...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 1 * ;i ?'';!?' ' ' n, m. h. - m! h. »r. Feb. SIS. ' 5 '. -4C (t- ., 47 1 ,. ' 0 22 &. 5 ., 41 0 . ' 46 2 . 0 23 JT. 5 . 4£ 6 . 45 3 . 0 24 T. 5 ? 4f 6 . 44 4 . 0 25 W. .3 . 44 0' . 43 5 . 0 26 Th. 5 .46. 41 6 . 0 27 F. 5 . 4t; 6 . 40 7 .0

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. KOSSUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. KOSSUTH. (From the London Advertiser. ) We hope that some means will be adopted of letting the Sultan of Constantinople understand that he has acquired for himself the highest ad miration of this country by the liberation of Kossuth. It may not be wise and nrudent that our government should employ any means of giving formal expression of its feelings on the subject, in such a way as unnecessarily to in crease the irritation which is felt at Vienna^ But the motives of prudence which ' may govern the movements of the Cabinet need not influence tho popular mind in this country, and there will be no great difficulty in securing, through a proper channel, the conveyance to Iho Sultan and hit Court of the most satisfactory proof that the peoplo of England appreciate tho nobleness of mind he has displayed. The Sultan has been placed in circumstances of the most difficult and trying character. He had to uecido between his own regard to the claims of honour and hospi tality...

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KOSSUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

KOSSITTH. (From the Weekly Despatch, November 16.) Birmingham was on Monday the scene of what was generally admitted to be the most important and general popular demonstration that had been witnessed there since the memorable year 1832, when tho nicotine's of the working classes of that great manufacturing- town had so beneficial an influence on the progress of the Reform Bill. But although Birmingham itself was the great scene of excitement, the progress of M. Kassuth and his friends might be deemed a triumph almost from the moment of their departure from London. There were comparatively few persons assembled in Euston-square, where M. Kossuth and party arrived about nine o'clock ; but from those pre sent the illustrious exile received a most warm and enthusiastic reception. The Director!) had attached the carriage originally built for the Queen Dowager to the 9^- express train, and in it M. Kossuth took his place, accompanied by M. Pulsky, Mr. Toulmin Smith, and M. Haj nick, late ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

SYDNEY NiiWS. Dr. Lang.— Our readers, will bo, surprised to hoar that Dr. Lang hSs; clandestinely 16ft the co lony. ; It i appoars that ho was iii negociatibh with a creditor, who' has had an execution against him for somo months, as lato. as three o/clockon Saturday,' diidi finding that ho, would not agree to Ins terms, Dr. h. procured a special clcaranco at tlio Water Police Office, and sailed' yesterday morning in ; tho ?\Vanclsworth, for London. A messenger wns sent to the Heads after the ship, biit was just hi time tomeet the pilot boat coming back : Tho Doctor was off.— Sydney JMornihq Herald, Feb. 1G. ' Dr.. Lang.^Wo are informed by Mr. Gilbert Wright, the solicitor, that t.lic: Rev. Dr. Lang has left tho Colony by the Wahdsworth. As. tho circumstance of Dr. Lung's departure will find vbnt for much pent-up malice in certain quarters, wo think it right to stato what particulars aro within our. knowledge in relation to the subject. It was generally known that Dr. Lang, meditate...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

COUNTRI NEWS. ? Unfoundrd Ciiargb of IifFANTictDn.— -:On tho 3rd instant, -tho coroner, M. Parker, received information from Dr. Mallon, of Enst Maitland, that lip had cause to believe that his servant, Ca therine !Cody, had some timo previously borno a child;-* arid had made awav with it ; Dr; Mnllon's statement being, as he subsequently deposed on oath, that tho girl had been several months in his service,* and was occasionally ailing soon after entering it, anil in about two months appeared to get better j that at that time he had no suspi cion of her being enceinte, but that latterly his suspicions had been aroused, and, on making search about, to see if there was any trace of a child, ho discovered in tho water-closet on his promises, somo bones, somo human hair, and somo small pieces of bombazine, leading him to the conclusion that the child had been thrown in there, ^wrapped up in' tho bombazine. Mr. Par ker, ? on hearing this information, from a medical man, waitcdon the pol...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

: Imisir news. (From the Emvire. Pel. 17tf, 1S52.J By the Havering, which arrived in harbour yesterday, from Plymouth Novembor 18th, wo havo news fonr days later than our intolligeneo by way of Melbourne. ''Definite arrangements had been made for tho Ouceh and Royal family to leavo Windsor Castle on November 22nd for Osborno House, Islo of -tVight It was reported to have been determined at a late Cabinet Council not to institute any pro ceedings, under tho Prohibited ..Titles'. Bill, against tho usurping Bishops of tho Catholic -? Church. ? ? ? -??- ' ' s; '? A fresh effort wa3 about to' be made to discover', tho.long-missing expedition. of Sir Jolm Franklin :. —'From tho remains, found at CapoKiley, it is now pretty generally inferred that tho exploring, . vessels; passed through. Wellington Strait beyond which, and to the north of tho Parry 'Islands,' it' isthoiight by -many geographers; and nayigatoi;s: that they, would ineet with' jni more open, or,' 'P61ia-' sea. It is also bel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

[ADVERTISEMENT.] IMPOSITION . EXPOSED. WITH reference to on advertisement in tho first pnge of this paper, headed 'Equivo- tion exposed,' Mr. Rotton begs to state that the Advertisement referred to by Messrs. Mor gnn, Whito, and Kendall, was not intended to apply to thorn, but as Mb cap seems to Jit, they aro at porfect liberty to wear it, nnd it now ap pears that thoy havo a very good right to do so, as I find on reference to tho papers that their ad vertisement, stating that they had put on a coach to run regularly three times a week to and from Sydney, actually did appear sovcral weeks be fore they commenced running. And ,now as as Messrs. Morgan, . Whito and KondalL_have thrown down tho gauntlet, I shall expose the imposition they nro endoavonring to'pnt'upon tho Public by-dvertising' what they never have, and, I think, never will, . or ever intended, to perform ; for instance, they advertise that their Coach leaves Bathurst at 6 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and arr...

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FRIDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

Fjiiday,' 20th February, 1852, His Honor, Mr. Justice -Dickinson, took his Beat upon tho bench at 9 o'clock, when the jury who 'had. heard tho cuse of Jobja, Pe/islcy on the previous day, and who had been locked up all night, wero called in. As they had not then co:ne to a decision, and as it appeared they wero not likelv to do so. his Honor tho Jiidffe dismissnt them, at tho same time expressing his regret that they had not been able to agree upon their ver dict. John, Poisley was then arraigned upon a second charge of horse stoaling, but as thero ap peared a probability of hia obtaining counsel, ho was remanded. HORSE STEALING. J ''Edward Hile, labourer, was .charged with hav ing, at Mudgee, in December lost, .stolen, a horse, 'the property of Mr. William Blackman. Prisoner pleadod not guilty, aud was unde fended. .'.... '.. ... ..?.-.....: .. ; John Enrighi, in tho employment of Mr. Wil liam Blackman, it ' appears, put two horses be longing to his employer into Mr. Lawson's paddo...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To ilie Editor of the Bathurst Fret Press, and . .. — .. Minina Journal. ? ? '' ' , bin — Tiic enclosed letter, just received trom London, contains some curions estimates'of .'the valuables contained in tho.Hyde Park Exhibition of all Nations, i .,'?;?.;??' ... ??- ???t-:m,i-' -??-'? If you think an , oxtrnct ??? wortli publishing in tho Bdtlmrst Free Press, yon are welcome to if Borne of your readers may, gather from it on idea of the vast wealth of, Europo and of its ingenuity and industry. I have not seen anything of tho kind published. . '.- . ? :- ?'????; ,- '-?-. ? ' .„?? - - B6r.-- :-;--'?r-..-=---:V.i :..--.--- ? ' '- '.:r ;? '.-'.??.?. Ypura, very truly, ; ,. . , .,-;..,.:..- GEaSUTTOB.. Allowayv Bank, ? .-?????? lGth Feb., 1852.' '? ??; ? '?' ' ? 5, Toung-street, KensiDM,, « T ?' ^'hSeptilS T My Deab Sie--I was very happy L p t yours of tho 28th January, and to 5, A j the colony was progressing in so satisfy V% \ manner. We havo just heard tho nxvm...

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Gobernment Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

flJo&ermttent (ffiajetie. PROCLAMATION. By; His Excelloney Sir Charles Augustus Yitz ,Eoy, Knight, Companion of tho Royal Hano Terlati Guelphic Order, Governor-General of all Her1 Mnjesty'B Australian Possessions, and ' Captain-Goneral and Governor-in-Chiof of the Territory of Now South Wales and its Depen dencies, etc., &c, Sec. In pursuance of tho authority in mo vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in tho 5th and 6th year of Heir Majesty's Ecign intituled, 'An Act 'for regulating the sale of Waste Land be ' longing to the Crown in the Australian Colonies,' I dp hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock on Thursday, the 25th of March noxt, tho following Town, Suburban, and Country lots of Land, will bo offered for sale by public auction, at the several places hereundcr mentioned, and at the upset price affixed to each lot respec tively, on tho terms and conditions and under tho provisions of the above i$ci...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. Forest Creek, Feb. 7th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

COLONIAI NEWS. VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. (From the Argus' Correspondent.) Forest Creek, Feb. 7th, 1852. S§flio droadful state of anxiety in which most of if diggers are placed from the hordes of scoun & infesting Fryer's and Forest Creeks, in dices mo to beg the assistance of your able pen ttnvaken the government from their lethargy, and endeavour to drive, h not inauco uiem, to uo 'joBicthing for our protection. As this is a mat ter, which occupies the attention of most persona on the ground at present, and which will cven ?toally end in a general crusade against the rob bers, causing bloodshed and. murder. I am anx ions'to make such statements as can be proved, and nothing more. On Fryer's Creek no man's life is safe, if he happens either to offend these fellows or to possess gold. They may be seen coming out of sly grog shops in a beastly state of intoxication, carrying a bottlo of grog in ond fcaijd nnd a pistol in the other, in open day. They havo been seen to knock a ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. SIR R. PEEL AND THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

? BRITISH^ EXTMGm SIR R. PEEL AND THE TIMES. (From Carlylc's Life of Sterling;); The support, by Edward Sterling and the Times, of Sir Robert Peel's first Min istry, and generally of Peel's statesman ship, was a conspicuous fact in its .day; but the return it met with from the person chiefly interested may be considered well worth recording. The following letter, af ter meandering through I know, 'not 'what, intricate conduits .and consultations of the Mysterious Eutity whose address it bore, came to Edward Sterling as the rearfle'sh and-b] odd proprietor, and has been found among his papers. .It is marked Pri vate ?— '?' , -?':' '. ' (Private) To the Editor of the Times. . .' Whitehall, April 1J9, 1835. '' Sib, — Having this day delivered into the hands of the King- the Seals of Office, I can, without any imputation of , an inter ested motive,' or any impediment from scru pulous . feelings of delicacy, express my deep s,ense of the .powerful support which that Government over, whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

I - Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold' GARSED Ai?D MQRKILL'S STORES^ PK'nd other metals in any quantity. . . ...' ATBATHORST, U G. BROCKSTAYN. ? ^xt Vookixri .am; ARTWqa'siiNsr, ;..,;. |*§ 'Watcb.maker and Jeweller, . . 'PINE and Seconds 1?lburcah be obtained at the W Howick-streot,;.: .,,: J1 above Stores, at l2s.per4q01bs.;abi-vo'Syd- g§ . Bathurst.; ' ney market price, and .'.-..- SiB.-Specimens and Coins wanted. ,;.,;, ,,,,, ., ,;. .-,; .. ,,/jATpTHE -HURON, i..: ?;. '.; : 1 ' ' ' ? ' . ' .. — .,..,.? i.-.1,,. , ,\-.,'.;/i;i-.iViO.PP(3SITB.iTHB;-P.oaT-iQFFtOB.T'--..;.-.'o-'-- ; P GOLD! GOLD! , ?;. BETWEEN. .THE ^I.AT: AND. LOWER! ':'? m OTEB BROTHERS '?- -s ...;; i ,,, CROSSING. PLACE; i v: ,. :-? V ^LLgivethehigheatcashpricefor good clear At. lCs. per 100 lbs., above the;Sydney, market li ^I^'is^i ? -.?-,-:_.-;? p^3__ The'MgtetmaTtetpricpBivenforGpLI) g gnatttn, laou , . ,...,, .,.,, .-,-,,,-. .? . , ^ the TuroVinany. quantity; arid at H. Dixbn's , M '? ?.-?,! i=n- CASH P...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1852. COUNTRY POSTMASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

THE MTHURST TREE PRESS. M 1U.ONA EST VBBIXA8 BT PniBVALBBIT.' ? SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1852. COUNTJRY POSTMASTERS. : Wb have somewh jre read of a poor coun try curate in- 'Wales whose salary was' so utterly inadequate to th3 demands of a large family, that he was co npelled, for want of. a better outlet ,to his abilities, to betake ..himself to clock mending as a dernier ressort. And we know from experi ence, that in some of the rural villages of England, theparish clerk, like his wealthy? .patron, the vicar, enjoys in his own person n species of pluralities, . differing only in kind from those of his fortunate superior. For instance, he often superadds to his sa cred calling, ? the profession of -schoolmas- ter and the occupation of grave digger, be: sides acting as general village correspon dent, and if to all arid sundry df the voca tions specified, he join a .little cobbling, why the better chance has he of obtaining an honest flivelihoodr or becoming what is termed 'a snug man....

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