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SALE. Monday, August 10th. (Before C.J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

SALE. j ■3i Monday,,Au'gnst:.lOth.',, • (:BefovefC.-J..T,yers,: Esq.; R;M.) ' i Henry ITibbettwns .•.•charged.-, with,' shooting within;- thet boundaries ofrthe •township oil "Sunday evening and was ■fined two pounds.: ' v . . . . Thursday; 'August 13tl). ;•Charles -Christie 'charged with '"drun kenness was-fined ten -shillings. | J. Caveuagh was^summoned on-the; complaint; of ; Ilasley for nonpayment of wages amounting toi£3 lis. Gd.t ( .r ! Cavs?nagh;is overseer to'Mr. Lovell of Deighton who appeared to answer, to itli'e* complaint and 'called; Cavcnaglras a...wit ness. ?It -appeared . from the , evidence.' thaticomplainant:.mistook some(,worrls;:;ut-/ tiered by; anotlfer .overseer for, a discharge and .accordingly left:; his.ise'rvice;, without' giving, notices /or; completing ■ his! ^engage ment. The case was dismissed. Mr. McArdle ,appeared, to support a complaint against Mr. Teague, contractor for the Bridge over Merriman's Creek. It appeared that a number of bolts &nb...

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FROM THE AGRICULTURAL REPORT. Argus, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

PROM THE AGRICULTURAL ' : ' REPORT. « r!:'.-;.■ : Argus, Auf/usl 13 | .. The judges appointed by the Wes tern District Agricultural. Society,: to examine the farms entered for the So ciety's prize, havetsent ino their.-report; which has been -published. Four en tries were;:-made;: but the -competition' was. in fact, confined to -two,*.1-those*of ■ Mr.' Dennys and Mr, Edols. - From the followingythe concluding paragraph of the report, it will be seen that the prize was awarded to the last named gentleman:— ■: After much consideration and compa rison, we have decided that, the man agement of Mr. Edols's land is superior to, that of Mr. Dennys,; w hile other departments are managed in . a highly creditable manner YV.e, therefore; aword the prize of a piece of plate, value £25,to Mr. Thomas Edols,, of Cowie's Creek ; and desire to express our regret that another, prize was not placed at our disposal, which we could have awarded to Mi*. Dennys. That gentleman w.e think entitled to. the h...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTATIONS OF LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTATIONS OF LIVE STOCK. Several additions have been made. du ring tlie last tew days, lo our thorough bred stock, both of cattle and horses. 'Eight young bulls and. three, heifers have* been lauded. - from.• the :Winfidd Scott,* shipped by Mr. G. S. Brodie and Mr. F. G. Dal«;et.y, and consigned . to ' Dalgety, iCruikshauk, and Co.- ..-The.'.bullsare froin " a year to a year and u-lialf old, and are all of high blood and in good condition.; .Three of- them, " Tiptrec," Sweet Wil liam," and " Phenomenon," are from the herd of Andrew ..Longmore, Esq., of .Linkslield, and t were got by lC Earl of Aberdeen.'' " Museum," by " The Baron," is from the heniof U. Amble1-, Esq.. Yorkshire. "Midshipman," bv> Cuirassier," is from s-, tlie . same stock. " King Oscar," by " May Duke,". «vns bred by tho Ro.v. Thomas Cator, of;Skel brook Park. " Captain Barclay." by " Grand Turk,7' was bred by J. Gibsit y Esq., :of Aberdeenshire. - And there is one, not described in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. 7 1 At Jleduced Prices. ■ s rnULLOCl-I and BROWN'S Map of the Colony of Victoria, comprising part of .'Newv Soiith~WaIes,- seaport and inland, townships;ther.Gold Fields with the latest-discoveries,'. Roadsj Track's; See. Sea., arc - n'ow> offered, 'on rollers,1 at 35s. ':moanted;for-'.t]ie :pocket;>15s:- •To bevhad at the Guardian Stationery-'Warehouse Poi t Albei t. 1 %> 1 .Tv\tpublished,price 2t.6d., '' ' qni-IE .KANGAROO.. HUNT, POliKA A ■ composed by G.'M. WEiNniTT.Eit. To ho obtained , at the Gippst Land Guardian Office. . * ' onxio* or the mess. 1 'A 1 spirited' and what is rather ■ rave,' a1 really original < polka' lias ,just > been published* by Mr. Joseph Wilkie. It is from the pen otiMivG. M. Wcinritter, . and its, publication, is :an .evidence that we need not rely exclusively upon European composers for the music'.which ' enlivens our homes or imparts animation to the movements of thosewhovisit our ball room.;—Argus! "i For -want ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. ■To the-Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. ' Dear Sin,—For 'the sake of : free trade permit me the.unusual coi</\se of ficldi;essing, i you 021 a subject which involves the object of .my existence.^. <Prom v the day: that'nay spirited owner first introduced me in pub lic to the present time, I have been, started ■in'the most uncompromising' way to go in" for the public money, and win, if pos sible, against. -all is comers.-n Strong- in a sense of; my.own honesty, I feel called:;iipbn to say a word or two in the language of a horse in : defence of those principles for which, upon occasion, I am prepared to act or to suffer. " Nimrod," in ■ your;, issue of the 14th inst., very properly followed by a "whip" in the next week's proceedings, after riding roughshod over all that, is lovely in life, and deathless in song,' after, desecrating your columns with' comparisons which would detract from the influence of that "smile which marks our coming, but ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Tlio arrival of the mail ship Emu was looked forward to as likely to put an end to the inactivity that has so long1 prevail ed in the import markets, but it appeal's the advices received have; not lmd the wished for effect. On the contrary, the business during the last week was as dull as ever, and though" easier terms1 would have been submitted to, purchasers were not forthcoming. In consequence' of this state of. matters, very grave apprehensions aro beginning to be entertained in reference lo its ultimate effect, but there is still hope that something may turn up to relieve the market, and prevent a crisis. In the flour market there has been some' business done, principally of a speculative character, at £24 10s. to £25 for best Adelaide brands. Toward the end of the week tlio prices were firmer than at the commencement, and there were some ex pectations of an advance. Advices from New York state that no further shipments of lliixall or Gnllego need be, looked ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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GENERAL SESSIONS. ALBERTON, 20TH AUGUST, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

GENERAL SESSIONS. '■* Aj,berton,!20th August, 1S57. i:; The August sitting's of'ithis Court ^toolc place -on Thursday,. the _ SOch : insfc.,the I Bench being- occupied, by -John G. Forbes, j Esq., Chairman, and Captain Carey, the Police '/Magistrate.- Mr. Archer1 prosecu ted jfor the Crown. " ' *fi The ■following- jury^vere impanelled and sworn in : Messrs/ Minn/(foreman) Dight, •Davis,' Dobson, :D: Campbell^ Burrows, Bum', Clements; :• Farmer, Fisher; "Firman, and .Baker. Thomas TF'in.?o?\ was.then.placed at the ; bar,-and indicted; for. assault and battery on Eliza,' his wife, and pleaded not. guilty. ; Eliza . Winsor .was then sworn, and de Eosed'that the prisoner had been in the .' _abit of maltreating and ' beating her for a-long time;back,:and-on. the particular . occasion referred,!to in;/th'e .indictmentj he ; had stripped 'her and beat her most severe- \ ly with a cart [.whip,- >vhereby she was.so j seriously injured that she. was, under medi- : cal treatment -for a cons...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 28th August, 1857. RAILWAYS IN GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

<&tppg Eantt <®uarUta»t Friday, 28th August, 1857. RAILWAYS IN GrIPPS LAND. j The protracted labors of tlie Se lect Committee of tlie ' Legisla tive Assembly on the subject of railways , have t at ;.length.-, been brought'to. a conclusion, and the.; result of the enquiry is' laid be fore the public in a' brief- report, so brief indeed, as to' disappoint. the expectations,of all those who' anticipated that' any new light w;ould -be thrown, :by * the exer tions, of r.tlie <;Committee ■ upon a question involving; the expendi ture of millions, 'and the welfare of the ,whole, of [Victoria. The large . amount, of valuable evi dence which must have been'col lected in the course of. the., en quiry, will perhaps better enable; the -collective .wisdom/ofthe ; Colony; to' arrive at a!satisfactory result when the subject is' 'again brought '.-'before , thein,-,,,which, we. trust,, will not be until after a proper interval .of relaxation from their exhaus...

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SALE. (Before C.J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) (Thursday, August 20th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

: .sale. • (Before C; J. Tj'ers, Esq./R.M.) ;v;V (Thursday, August 20th, 1857. ... Patrick Macnamara was -brought.up byv<iwarrant, •• charged' with:. assaulting^a chinaman named Tang Sang; . The ^case was remanded, until-Saturday--the 22nd,- in 1 order that, the prisoner,:might:.produce':a: witness. r T , « , J ' " 'Saturday,"August 22nd, 1857.' ' '< . ']P,a1richl Macnamara, remanded from I Thursday,' was brought' up. ; Tang' Sang, | having been sworn according to the' form I in use among. the.tGhinJjse, istated that, on the morning of the.fl8th, ;about. 9- o'clock, he was in the kitchert of' Mr. KBolden's, at Stratford,'when'the;pi4soner!came in; and charged himVwith, telling .lies.'to Mr.. Bol deniv; (Ats-.this ;Stage,; of. proceedings, ;De Tong, another-Chinaman, 'was - sworn in the same form, to~act. as interpreter; the witness TangrSang,; having great difficulty in making!himself understood; ,--\>ss 'Examination >v continued-^The -■< priso...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 1. - ■' ' The CABB^Ej.BLmHTj^Conti'ary to general expectation^ tlie frequent frosts of, the pastKvinteiy tho\igh::more'^ severe, have had riqj'effectl- in' diminishing^ this pest of the vegmable' :gW'cleh."- ' 'it a!p pears to attack some ' sortsof* 'cabbage; in preference ;to others ^'OBrussel's5 sprouts,' cauliflowers, and 'Johnson's 'defiance'!cab bage~!"being1 . -grown ■in; the :same bed, the first1 suffered most severely, next the!fcauii -flower, and Johnson's defiance was scarce-; ly. tquched...by it.-.. ,The -more, rapidly;the' 'plants grow, the. lessliable, are ; they'1 to .injury,,from..the. blight,,jeverything;jvthat tends to. check them such .as transplanting ;seems to induce. .the,. attacks, of, the insect; . 'A.',numlier.,af} remedies haye been.recom-| 'mended and; ivauntedfas;,cei'j;ain;4n^heir effect, we have made.trial of;-all' that;were at "till reasonable, andjfound none ito answer "thbrougHly~thougH/ several' have HacL the effect of destroyin...

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COUNTY COURT ALBERTON. 20th August, 1857. (Before His Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Judge.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

COUNTY .COURT,: ALBEltTON,. . , 20th jlugmf,, 1857. (Before His'<TIonor J. G. ' ForLcs, ■ Judffe.) <, 1 lie £10, casesiwere first disposed of as follows:— Bum v. Gray. ' Verdict for plaintiff'for amount claimed. ' ' Dr. Clarke v. Willis. • Do: .Whitford. - Do. v. Duncan. These ;cases were struck -'out, the plain tiff not appearing-. , . Dig-lit v. Carter. , ... Verdict, for. plaintiff for. the amount claimed. Dig-lit v. Woodhouse. . Verdict for plaintiff tor amount claimed _ . Burrows o. Bayliss. This was' an action brought by. Mr. Burrows in his capacity of Secretary _ to the Alberton District Road Board,-ag'ainst Mr. E. W. Bayliss,. of ;;Merton, :to. recover the amount of the assessment on his run, 1 wliich'he had refused to pay. . Mr. Bur rows 'was sworn,'and stated, that lie was Secretary: to the' Alberton- District; Road Board, and put in the Government r Ga zette containing1 the proclamation, consti tuting'th'e^oni'H, and; 'defining-:' the boun daries .of...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Monday, 24th August, 1857. (Before Capt. Carey, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

' POLICE : INTELLIGENCE. ' '"PORT1'ALBERT^ Monday, 24tli ;'Aa'g^^,-I857.. ' , . , " (Before- Capt. Carey, P.M.) ' Ellen Cornell was brought up, charged by constable' Cummins with-^drunkenness and-disorderly, conduct? at Tarraville,; and at the intercession ■ of ' her husband was discharged with a seyere'treprimand from the Police Magistrate; who told her it'was , not long since she had been before him on the same charge, and that he would cer tainly send her to gaol if he saw : her again in-that position. A second charge against the same' wo man for using obscene language in the s treets, Captain Carey saicl he could not pass over and fined her £5, or in default one month's imprisonment. No cases occurred at Alberton |or: Tar-: raville. - : [

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 19th August. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

• MELBOTUltAl [from oun own cokufispondent.] i Wednesday,' 19th - A usriist.' (j • ' > »i \ " v t :#>>; • -v i Tii the 'Legislative*'Council, yesterday evening, Mr. Highott gave notice of his'intention"to 'ask the Postmaster General if it-was the intention of go vernment to:appointmn officer as Sub-; ;Treasurer-for Gipp«;Lancl.r'(,; - A number of bills brought up from the Assembly!,were (read ia jfirsttinit?, and some private bills were ..advanced a st.ige. , f» ,r 1 Mr. Ireland has taken his seal in the Legislative Assembly as member. for Castlemairi, ■ 1 ' '■ ■ ; ; , 1 'CROW N "LANDS. ' ' Mr. Davis presented a petition from the inhabitants of the ' Lower District • of- Gipps.Land,.spraying that^in the Land Bill now before the House pro vision might he made for the sale of land in small blocks not exceeding1 160 acres each, 1 ' o .The petition was Ordered ' to1 be, .laid on the table. • • - r" ■' : j Charges having - liiseiY - made = against the Immigration'1 'Depotsby 'Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

advertisements! STEAM TO MELBOURNE, •; 'JSjgtejk rpHE't.Po/t Albert Steam' 1 r„: _Navigation Company's fine *** new screw ■ steamer STORM "BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will ;saU: from tlie. Company's Wharf , for above - 'Port'every Friday, atill1 a.m. piinctually. ,>'f ;FiiiES^Cabiri^ "viv.i K~- „> Freight £2 per ton.'' -;:v'':All® gobdsfiimmeciiately oil' being" landed aie at consignees risk; 1 - ' ■ .."Gold, -for shipment,' must • be :entered' at ■ 'tlieJCustomsl'befm .10'o'clock AViironday of sailing. ^ ■,Foi;,Freigbt;6r Passagerapply tO'jH I ■ '. • : Wj\L *DOHERTY, Manager, ? , . S70;03^ P|vVtiAlbfirt; 31st Jan., 1856. mm CENTRAL ROAD, i ENDERS will be received; until,eleven ■ o'clock on Tuesday, 8th; September, proximo, for the construction, .of • a {Timber -•Bridge over the Thomson River, near i Sale, -6ipps Land,, according to plans and specifications to be; seen at.;the Central Road Board i Office,; Little Bourke-street west, or atjthe Road' Engineer's Office at ■S...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. POUT ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs. McKenzie and Co. report that | they arc still bnyera'of •-< . ' , | Goi,ivat 75s. per ounce. "'.Wheat, 8s to 9s per bushel. l^LOtm is selling' at £34 to,£28 per ton. T ■' . ■ .

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) August 23.—H. S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. T. Spring, agent. ; August 26.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co.'s steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne; passengers—cabin; Messrs. :Anthony,.Hutchinson,Ross;'Buntirie; -Pi ' C. " Buckley, A. McMillan, Rev. Dr. ' • U Go61d^ and Revs. — Gegan, and P. Yerling. Steerage, 15. CLEARED ODT.,.,. ,-f ' August 25.—H. S., Page,;barque,; 226 ' tons, T. Spring) for Hobart Tovvn.; imports. ...... ; • August 23:-r-H. S: Page, from; Hobart Town; 1 keg 'nails, 1 cask.glassware, 3 trunks drapery, 6; cross; cut . saws, 2 kegs ironmongery,' 1 boiler,- 20 :bars; iron, 1 Idle, iron,j 12 bags flour,,3 cases, candles, 1 bag.li'ams, 1 pkge. trees,,11;bags.flour.. August 26.—Storm Birdj ii'om ;.Mel bourne; .1 case, 2 cases, coffee, 20- cases sherry, 20 cases Old Torn,. 32 bags sugar, 4 bags coffee, 1 trunk,!, pump; ! tray.. . and lender, 2 vice i,, 1 ,ton ,bran,, L. truss, 3 cases, 36 bags s...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, August 22nd, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. How den and Hobson. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. The Secretary reported, with reference to those persons who had been sued in the County Court for the recovery of their respective assessments, that a ver dict had been obtained in every case ex cept one, and enquired of the board what steps he was to take in the event of any defendant refusing to pay into Court the amount so recovered. Resolved that the Secretary be instruc ted to apply for execution to issue against all persons who may refuse to pay their respective amounts into Court. Resolved that W. Denn be paid the sum of £4 for casting and spreading 12 loads of loam on Muddy Creek Bridge. The Secretary reported that J. Heaton had thrown up his contract No. 11. Resolved that tenders be invited by two advertisements in the local paper for draining the Tarraville Water Road.  

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Defended cases. (Before His honor and two Assessors.) Turnball and others v. Nicholas. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 August 1857

^Defended cases. (T3eforo His honor and two Assessors.) Turn bull and others v. Nicholas. , ' This was an an action for. £S3 17s lid being- defendants portion of the general average declared on the wreck and goods brought 'by, the barque Glencoe -in her, voyage from Hobart Town to Port Albert ;in the' month of October, 'I b5 5, when1.-she' was stranded on entering' the latter port.'; Mr; Gurney for ' plaintiffs, and Mr. Combe and Mr..Webb for defendant.' His Honor overruled;an objection,talcen; by. Mr. Combe, that the. Court had.no jurisdiction, on the ground that .the; der, fendant lived out of the Colony, he hav ing been served witli summons, &o., whilst, in the district, was held sufficient, service and the Court of competent jurisdiction. : ' Captain Lang1,' the master, and part owner, with Mr. J. R. Williams, of' the Custom House, were called for .the' 'plain-, tiffs, but failed to prove' that the defen dant had goods; on board on that voyage. His Honor directed a nonsu...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SALE MORASS CROSSING. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. SALE MORASS CROSSING. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian, : Siit,-— Whoa . yo<i : atatu .that Mr. MnAVdoll had «ig-ht hull(ii:k teams at svovk on thu 14th August, you n>ust ho laboring under a mishupressiou, for to my knowledge there liiis not been more than half that number of bullock teams so engaged at any one ..-slime since the present cotUnicloi-'s connexion with the work. -I do not -know what Mn MoAr ■dell means by unavoidable .causes, but this I do know, that- a great amount of injury lms. been occasioned .to individuals as also detriment to the neighborhood ^y reason *:of; the --non-completion of 1 the crossing. A LOVER OF TRUTH. To the Editor of the Gipps'Land Guardian. Sin,—As it appears that suggestions made by "NimrocL," as to,the practica bility of establishing- a hunt club in this ..district, have engaged ^ some little atten-' tion/1 am induced to offer a few/remarks, as the result of my own.experience in the field, in the hope that ...

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CHARACTER OF THE CHINESE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

CHARACTER .OP THE 'CHINESE?' AT HOME. ; . . Mr. Fortune,,whose researches in China are well known' to' our' readers, has just w published' a new ':volume, containing- an account of a third visit to the1 Celestial Empire, from 1853 to . 1S56;. entitled, " A residence, among1 the Chinese; In land, on the Coast, and at Soa."—[Mur ray.] r Upon this occasion Mr. Fortune ■went upon an expedition, similar to that „ upon which lie had been engaged a few. years before, to collect seed, plants, and .tea-makers for tlie'East.Tndia '..Company's plantations in the Himalayas.He .made iShanghae his head quarters, and passing on Isingpo, proceeded by the.canal to the tea districts. During' the excursions he 'made within the three years occupied in 'his researches, he visited several of the [principal towns, of 'the .north,'owl' passed mucli time in '.the agricultural districts of 'the interior. The general impression s left upon his mind by his intercourse with; the> people is. big-lily favorabl...

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