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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

I ! DISTRICT COTIRTS FOR ifl7B ' Hay— Tlmrsday, 4tli March j Friday, 3Qth July. Bidranald— Friday, 12th March ; Friday,' Cth August. . Wentworth— .Saturday, 20th March; Saturday, 14th August. .:-?-,! Deniliquin— Friday, 20th February; Friday; 23rd July; Friday, 17th December. '? -- , . Bourke— -Thursday, 6th May ! Thursday, 4th Novem ber.: ? ,,'..

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 15th April, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

HA Y MUNICIPAL . COUNCIL.. Thursday. 15th April, 1875. , r , . ? Present :? — Aldermen Snbine (_in the chair) Lakcman, Cox/iWitconilje, Churchcj Tnrtak-' over. ,-\ ; . '';t '' \!- / : .i ?' ' ; ,-..'../?. i Minutes of last meetiug^ wore, read and confirmed. ? l ' ' ! '' ' '- ! '? T.rtffnp frAin ATV TC-wirihnil rnRnhnfinn* Irmn of £1000, that the Colonial i Treasurer ^yas considering tho matter, 'this being only the. second application of the ' sort, tho Govern ment .had to. .consider whether. : they would, adopt the principle of making such loans. Another1 loiter from Mr Raymond was read nsfpllows:— ;.? ? ?!?,.-? t,. ' '??:?. .'?':?' ? ? to his -wonsmr TnE mAyoii ov. hay. ?Dear Sir,— I ani desired by by Mr Phelps to convey to you tHelieadsof oii .interview, we had \yith tho Ciilef Secretary tiiis day, injreferehce to tlio Police Magistrate's house nit Hay, w&ich will havo to bd pulled dbwn to' make; room for the, new Court-house. Mr Jl'Gaw accomr panied Mr Phelps. , ?'??' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

PUBLIC MEETING. To His Worship the fifayor of Hay: — ¥E, THE UNDERSIGNED, respect fully request that you will convene a PUBLIC '.MEETING of tho Ratepayers of Hay to discuss, and determine the question ofthe.site of the NEW COURT HOUSE. We submit tho .necessity of this because ' the former meeting- called for that purpose, liad uo plan of the Ne* Building before them to enable them to judge of its adaptation to p. corner site or otherwise. . : JOSEPH 1JDE PEARCE, P.M., : ? - '?'?? THOMAS SIMPSON, ?-..-... IIOBEBT MOTE, ? '? ? JOHN M. IUCHABDSON, ;-??.- ALl'UED. ENCiSTIlOM. '. ' JAMES SIMPSOJf, ??'??'' THOMAS KING, , , . ? HENRY MAJOR, , ? ? . ?- ??' JOSEPH GTW.VING, .-.-'; .ANDREW D0i\0H0E, '?''. H. G. VIVIAIN, J ..'ALBERT HEYDE, ? . ? . ' ? J. MOORE Jtf.vit.. . . :': GEORGE BUTTEHWORTH/ ^ ; JACOB MYJSIUS. . ??'. ?-..- ?.:'?? In' accordance with the nbove memorial, I '!' ' hereby convene a PUBLIC MEETING Of' the Ratepayers to be held in the '-.':-. MASONIC HALL ON! THURSDAY NEXT, 22m...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

i HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AllHIVALS. ' ????'? Sunday— 11.30 a.m. From Eqhuca, Dcuiliijiiin, Wan« '. j Kauelln, Sydney (via DoniliquinV ??'?- ?; ;?? ??-''' Monday— J2 a.m. Prom Maude, Balranald. 5 p.in; From Booligal, .Wilcannia, &c. Tuesdny-^O'a.m. From Wajga Wagga. Narrandera, ' and Sydney (via V7agga) 'I Wednesday— -11.30 aim.. . Froni jEchuca'j D^Diliquin/. - | and Wangahella. ? . ,? . . , , , Friday— 5 a.m. From Wagrga Wa'gga, Narrandera, imi i..' ? Sydney, (via Wagga) ? . .-:?:!.;(.... ,, 11 #30 a.m. .Eoliuca, Denilinuin, Wanganella. 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude. ' ', ? ,5 p.m.; Boolignl; Wilcannia, Dai-ling, &c. ; DEPARTUltES. . ; Iv Sunday— 12 a. m. Maude and Balranald. ?;. 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling. -i . , . Monday — (i n.in. Ecluica, Douiliquin, Wanganella. ' 7, p.m. wagga Wagga, Nawandera.. 'and Sydney ? ', (yia.Wagga).v ? , . . . ' .,-.. : Wednesday— 0- p.m.' Ecliuoa, Deniliquin, Wanga-. ' ',:''/'-. nella, and Sydney (via Doniliquin) ? ;. 1...

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THE NAGA HILLS MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

THE NAGA HILLS MASSACRE.'. (Frbni t\w^aji^i/i^'jEnglishvien, ^Oth'.Foh.) A correspondent, whom we. believe to be well informed, sends usrthp . following partly culars;of3tfp,'lall° disastflr in.the'.Naga hills!.: — The party consisting. of Lieutenant Hol combe,r ass|stant. commissioner, in 'charge ; Cap.taiu BadgleyV'. surveyor, a giiard-'of 42 mnn of tlin 44tli RJlliof. T,io-lif. .Tnfnnfw -nni\ 22 mbn of tiio'Siihetpojicej with cbbliesj &c, hdd! boori^succossfully^workirig the survey; siricoi November.: ;?.?. On tho1 1 morning.' of ;tho 7th ,inst, tho fn:ews.cam'o into the station of. Dilbrugartli that the party, had been attacked' by the, Niigas in tlio hills, that Lieutenant Holcombb and a number of his;party had (been: massacred,; and that Captain Bndglby had been seriously ^younded. A consultation was hold and within, a; short time Dr M'Kay was in -his saddle on his way- to Jaipur, and in the course of the day Major Tulloch and Mr Gp'ad,! the district; superintendent,, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

Australian Joint Stock Bank, TVEP.OSITS. RECEIVED on Current l) Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all other BACKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agoijr cies throughout ? NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, . QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, , TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all tho Principal Towns in the United Kingdom-. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager, BANK OP NEW SOUTH WAL1JS. Cahtai,, £1,000,000. - Eehbuve Fund, £363,833 Cs. 8-1. H A Y B it 'A N C H.' T\EPOSITS Kocolvoil qn' Ourront Account, Intotost al J lowoil on Fixed Deposits', at Untes which may bo ns cortninoil ut tho offlcc. Bills Discounted, Cash Orodita granted, Ailvnncea marto ution improved soonrity, and all otaor usmil BANKINli BUSINESS trnrnjadtod. Tho B.iok j'ssuos Drafts nncl IjOttor? of Credit npon Us various branches, anOT ugcuclcri throughout Now South WaloB, Vic...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. April 20th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

By Electric ^TfeleffraDh. .(FROM PUIl OWN COMiESrONDENT^ SYDNEY. Anril entii is7r. On the passage of the P. and O. Company's steamship, lyiorn, to Melbourne, Captain Dundns went mnd and tried to run her ashore. The passenger^ seized and con ilncd linn. ' Coomto Miller, insolvent, liabilities, £50,000, creditors chiefly in Adelaide Madam Rastaoul says, her huslinndnnilthe other Com-*, munists escaped because the French authorities wera gradually starving them. gallery destroyed. ? The investigation atGoulburn Post office has led to, tho, removal of the post master and dismissal of tho clerks. The Barracoutu's oflicers deny Hint yellow, fever was ever oa board that vessel, or that sho brings an infectious' disease. . ? ?? Sunday music and opening of the library is bein' ad t vocatcd in the newspapers.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

Thjsre js a great feeling of disquietude and uneasiness in the old country. It seems to he a gouorally accepted fact that Europe will soon again be involved, in war, and such a one as was never before wagsd in the world.' It may break out at any moment, and spread through all the countries of Europe. France sftill smarts under the defeat she suffered in her last war with Germany, and is steadily working up her forces to a state, of prepara tion for tlio- first opportunity which will iiffurd itsolf of regaining, her lost provinces, and her lost prestige as the great fighting power in the world. Germany is maintain ing an army of half-a-million men, ready to take the field at a moment's notice, and she has also two millions and upwards more, who can be brought into the fiold Within a few weeksi. All cf these ' are well disciplined troops, and with such an. army she could con-' quer the combined forces of .several kingdoms united against her. Franco has one million six hnudred thousand...

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DEATH BY DROWNING IN THE LACHLAN RIVER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

DEATH BY DROWNING IN THE LACHLAN RIVER. TO THE EDITpn OP Till: RIVKRINE ORAZIKK. hin,— 1 beg to call your attention to n paragraph ill your last issue, referring to the death hy drowning of » ' young man in the Lnchlan river. There aro several mis statements in the article, which, for the satisfaction of the unfortunate lad's friends, I should feel obliged by your correcting. In the first place the lad wasjiot from Clare station, but from Alma station, where he hnd been n valued servant for some considerable time. In the second place there was no evidence produqed at the in ijuuai/ i' ajiuiv vuixii ui; wwt ftruucuuiULT LU lull xluy ill CCS— this being merely a surmise ; ami lastly from your para graph those unacquainted with the facts would be led to suppose that after being found, the body had been wil fully left in the River until Mr Mjicleay, actuated by motives of humanity, had it interred. The facts of the. case, however, are these— Acting by instruction the parties who found t...

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SYDNEY. 16th April, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

SYDNEY. (FIIOM OUR OWN COItRKSPONDENT.') Kith April, 1875. The business of Parliament is getting on rapidly. This week the Treasurer has introduced his bills to abolish the duty on gold, and to enforce Stnmp Duties; which were read a first tiihe. Mr Garrott (Minister for Lands) obtained leave, in committee of the whole House, to in troduce a Bill to declare nnd amend the Land Laws of the country. , This Bill is to be laid before the House to-day. Yesterday Mr Garrctf.- described its nrincinal objects, which are:— 1, To legalise all past selections by minors, except thiKe which are the subjects of litiga tion at the time of the passing of this Act. 2, To declare that no person may, henceforth select land who is under sixteen yenrs of nge. 3. To extend the area (for past and future purchasers) to G40 nures in conditional pur chase, in purchase by auction, aud also in purchase for improvements. 4. To enable a person, on commencing improvements on land in his occupation, to secure tho a...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION By the report in-the Sydney Mail we notice Hint tlio exhibitors from Riverinn were, Mr A. -N- GUbcvt, i-f Wnrwtllah, Messrs Shanahan and Jennings, of Wavbrct can; Watt and Thompson, of Cocketgcdong. The latler gentlemen exhibited their shorthorn bull Duke of Der riniut in class 32. This wils the onlv niiTriim 'iwnln exhibit. In the sheep section the Mail says:— 'This section, as it has appeared - for years on- this occasion is very meagre, iu fact so small that the question might be seriously considered, 'Would it not be as well to expunge it from the schedule altogether until the dipping restriction is removed'.'' It seems almost a farce to call together six judges to decide upon tho merits of about two dozen animals, or to erect pens and prepare a shed for such a miserable array as that which the section presents yearly both in fine and coarse wools. 'This year there are too few good animals nnd too many indifferent ones to term tho show in this s...

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MELBOURNE. April 17, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

MELBOURNE. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ' April 17. 1875. Piotlnng further has transpired in respect of the inten tions of the Ministry when Parliament assembles, but it seems u generally accepted thing that our taxes will be increased to meet current expenses. Wo are likely to have some changes in the personnel of the House, before the date fixed for opening Parliament, as it is broadly stated that Mr Carroll, one of the members for Ararat, is ? .uwmv iu Aioi£ii ilia otutj |I1U431II^ UUSIUU53 UUlllg piCaUCU as bis explanation. Hon. M. O'Grady, member for Vilhers and Heytesbury, is also about to resign, on the score ot failing Dealth. Several persons aro spoken of as the probable successor of the last named gentleman, all of whom belong to his side of religious faith, and any one of whom will make a good representative Mr O'Grady has been on the whole a useful member, not very slow of speech, and -semper paratus when any question of faith or morals was debated. The hon. E. Cuhen is...

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DENILIQUIN. April 20th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

DENILIQUIN. ritOM OUH SI'ISCIAIj COItllESI'ONDEXT. April 20th, 1875. AMizra commenced yesreruny morning, and finished in, the afternoon. Baker pleaded guilty to horse stealing at Hny, and was sentenced to three montlis imprison- ' ment with hard lnbor. George, a half-caste, was fouutt guilty of manslaughter at Jcrilderie, and was sentenced to two years -with hard labor. John .Carroll, charged, with committing forgery, was acquitted. Supreme Court sitting commences on Thursday.

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PASTIME COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

PASTIME COLUMN. * Answers will bo published a fortnight aftor appearance of questions. ? SELECTED PUZZLE. By Warrego. What is tho longest nnd shortest thing in the world, the swiftest anil slowest, the most divisible aud the most ex tenhed. tho least valued and the most regretted— with- -iut whioh nothing, onn be done— which (favour* nil that js wiall, yet gives ljfe.to all thqt is grcqt, 'A WONDERFUL DOG. TO Till! liniTOR OI' THU UIVHRINI'. ORAJUKR. Sill,— Will you he kind enough to insert the following. in your columns if it suits you to do so. I own a sheep, dog that hns killed 54!) snakes. In killing the same he has. been bitten 28 time3, both by tiger and brown snakes. On one occasion 1 had a slut that assisted him to kill a, brown snake. Oft Oin. : the snake bit both, but strange to pay the dog was nothing the worse, but the slut died fifteen minutes after being bitten. On each oeeasiou the., dog after bping bit, showed the next day a. tendency to drowsiness, and did not recov...

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STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, April 21, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

STOCK .REPOHT.v The lliceriiic Grazier Office, Wednosdiiv. Anvil '21, 1875. We have pleasure in rccorimiv th:i? rain heglin to fnM. . on Saturday night, and korif on at Infi'rvnN up to this morning, the raiu guage iiidiuuiug mvr one inch. The fall lias' been gentle nud steady, and will give -.the gra«3 n good start, jnore cspccinlly if wo on1 favoured with. : drooping weather for a few weeks to conn.'. Tliis fall id nut the less welcome because not expected; our very best weather iuderes were confident of n dry winter. SVells that Imyu not been worked for these six years hnye been lately .'brought into use; and on runs north of the Lachlnu, where feed is plentiful, they were on the eve of startiug the slice]) to travel for water. Mr JIartin lias started 5050, ewes' from Broogong, iri charge of- Mr Armstrong, via Nnrraudera, Morool, and Narradlum, to Errebendrie station. .£500. sheep, Sir Bennett's, in . charge of Mr Goyder, for the Lachlan, are approaching ?Hay from Moama district. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

? WM. .M'CTJLLOCH & CO., GENERAL CARRIERS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING AND INSURANCE AGENTS, Beg to inform their numerous Friends that they have opened a NEW BRANCH OFFICE AT HAT, Under the Management of MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS, whose pre mises they have taken. Complete arrangements will be made for the prompt despatch of both Stores and Wool by Steamer or Teams. Ample Storage accommo dation provided at Hay. Flour and other produce supplied at the lowest current rates. Riycr Marine and Fire Insurances, effected on the most favourable terms. Goods and Parcels forwarded to all parts of the world. 858-103 ~~' THE OLDEST ~ SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. WILLIAM HEWITSON IN returning thanks for past favours, would call tho attention of his friends and public generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which arc of tlio BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogbkin Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. W.H. having ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

''...'. MARRIAGE.., ... CnisFonp — Humphrys. — Oii March 30tli, St. Barnabas' Clmrch, Sydney, by-Rev. J. _ Barnier, assisted by Rev. J. N. Manning, ' Rev. E. Crisford, of Booligal, Lowor Lachr ? Inn, to Alico, secoud daughter of tho late William Humphvys, West Maitlnnd. DEATH. FFnosT.rr-At Hay, Nnw South Wales, on Saturday,. April 17th. 1S75, James Rich ard Joseph Edward, aged six years four . .mouths, the beloved child of James R. M. and C. Frost. Ho was happy in life, and peaceful in doath. Ill III II IIHII I !!?! IIIM1IIIIIHIII Illl II t ?!'! I'lll II I HIM Illi I I IU I III I 'III I 1 1 IU

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 14th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

;. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT: Wednesday. April 14th. 1875. Fat Cattle, 1430 head wer.? entered for the week's .' '? supphvwhich sold at a reduction oflOs per head ; bul '-.,?? locks from £.1 10s to £15, cows £5 to £9 12s Cd. 252 .??; bullocks, Dr Williamson's, from Ynnga, sold at an ave rage of £S 13s. 200 bullocks, J. Connisbee's, from the Murray, averaged £!) Is. 50 bullocks, Dight Bros, Allmry, averaged £11 Is. ? Fat Slice]), 10,079 penned. Prices about same as last week; wethers selling from 7s to 10s, crosjbreds to 17s (W. The , only Riverine sale reported is 1C21 wethers, Mr Blackwood's, from Hantwood. ? Mon-cktox Svxnot's Woor, IJuport. Melbourne 13th Anril.—V/qo|.—Vory few lots coming inward,' and those mostly for shipment. I have disposed of a fuw odd ments of greasyatlaterates.-Sheepskinssqldwelland the demand continues good. At my sale yesterday I sold— Ful woolled skins (last year's), at. (is lod ; ordiuury from 5Jd to 8.Jd per lb ; pelts, 3d to 4Jd per lb. Hides may be quo...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 April 1875

.' .. 'I'lAY l'OST OFFICE TliiE-TABKEi AJtliXVALS. ? Sunday — 1 l.tit) a.nv Fi-wii .JSuhiipa, Dpnilriiiiiii. AVfm» ' i gniiella. Sydiuiy (vin'yeuOimiiu)' 5 , Mbiiiliiy— 1'2'a.iji'.' Fiimi Mij'ujle, Biilraifnld. I. filplin'.! 'Frtmi Booligal,-' Wilchnniny.&e.'. ! ?! V\[F 'Tuesday— 0 niui. . From , iWagg.i agga,-,?. arraixdyro, ' ' J nuil Sydui-y (via ^;i|ggai' ' . ' ' '. ? - , , AVedniisday— 11.S0 'a.in.' ' i-rom l-'cliiH'Ii, Denilimiin, ,, and Wiingani'lla;:. -..mivt-rt-.: . ' Friday-rO a.111. Frimi.AVagga AVagga, Nari-andcrn.an,(l : h'yduey (via.AVag^ty , 1 R ( . -.7 '' ;-'v' '- ll-iJU ii.ni. 1-lebiica,' ])enili[iuin,,\Van.[ranella. , .3 p.ra.,,,Balramildini|V-Mauile. in , ... „ 5 ]),iii. '.vBdplig»LAA'jleanni'% Darlirg-,' &c. DElMll-ruilES. Sunday— 12 a. in. Maude and Balinimld. u \'*rt , I p.m. Booligal, AVilcanniii,' nud Darling., — - Moiulay^U p.in.. fliphilCT,' Denilinujn^ATnpgnii61l«. . '? p.m.- ; \\ aggii vWhgga,' ? Narrhudcra, ! and'-'Svduey (via AVaggd). ? ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 April 1875

? l-'norir ivCeylon^nUwsjiai.e.r 'the inti'lli^eniai t'omo that large apii are now reguliiraly empjnye'd in tlie sitraitsHet-, , tlomenti to pull cocoanuts, Those monkeys are lipw im ported i'vum Acheen' in batches, .like' cooliia mid are inarchrrl lainnd tlio plantatioii. hy their, owners, who let them out on hire. A lino ? i-i Ili-st attached to each of these peculiiir labonrei-s, and ho is then sent up a tree, where ho Is said to select suitable fruit witli great diseri inlimtipii, anil to twist thb nut round hud rounit ,'nnt((. jt fivjla.to '{Iia .'^roiiiid,. ' , Each'.HUciiessivji' fall of ij ,iiut'is. lu(iled by the l^air.v 'operator, abovo with a'jiiiiip . abd, A oliuckfe qj1 satisfaction.:' : : ; A Colli! voii'Louk-jAw.— lq' tlio bourse. ;of tlio Cantor lectures, recently delivored before tlie Society of Art;; by .Dr. Benjamin l^ipliai-ilson. tho following, deeplv ? Importa'iit , remarks;, Were; jnado upon niti-hte. pf'omyl, (Jlne.Of tJie!«;';'ppecim'cus,' I'meau the nitrate...

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