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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, Nov. 7TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Barnett, Peters, and Marsden, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. .,:. :TUEsAY, Nov. 7RH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Bar nett, Peters, and Marsden, Js.P.) DRIUNK AND IOSOILUKsI.Y. William Knight was convicted of tihu above offence, and as there were circum. at-'t es uf an g'raovutting, claracter he was finedl 40s. with t-he altenative of, suven days imprisonment. oniRK E L?NGUAGE. The prisoncr Flannery was further clharged with making nuse of obscen? lanbngae withitn the hearing of the public. For thIu olfcnce he was fined £10 or in default three months in gnol cumulative. .: . SAN INroInRIani? . . Fredericl Field, who hotl been previously convicted on no less than nineteen occasionso, .was rent to. gaol for twelve nmonths on. a charge of havi?g beien ii a public place with intent to coniimit a felony. ;. : W\illilam Mino.oe, nod Clhiiles Flanneey were' pr?r cent&l for inciting a prisoner' to csit., It ?ns shown thlit after Field bld been i?c ieted thd prioiiers etold hlm'not to go .ith the-cotinlable, further....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

:S PRING: AND SUMMER. SEASON. EDWARD CORNEJLL iis rucli pleasure in s insbuinseig that: She is now making his . F. RST 'DIS.PL AY " Of NEW SPRI J Go0DS Comprising the:) S;,LEADING . NOVELTIES ,-, designs Carpets retonn, Ct acs . , i. : . Curais, &c , ' ' Special attention is directed to the Pritted Satteens, 'Cambrics, Zephyrs, ac., :lhich are very choice and letircly :. . Nw Patternss. ?All inarked at LOWEST CASH PRICES. -. OiEfRS1 H:OUSE .ew Cash Drapery.Warehouse, .'.Coer .of Smith anid Peel Streets, CO L. LIXN WOO)D, Also at MADELLNE HIOUSE, comrer Qucensberry ' " nnd ladline Sts., CAR1LTON. A 20, BOURKiE S'TIEET EAST. ENGLISH ALE. . BASS'S No. 4, IJ SrLEINDID CONDITION, ON DILWGIIT .T TIHE INTATIONAL HIOTEL, IBRUswICK STI(EET. D ARK .BrimIav Trinkers admit that Bar . rnssoni , 1770, as obltalicl at the Na tional llutel, is uineiqudllcdr . Irandiles, Whlislie, Wines, amid Rn. are all taken out of Itond Iby the proprietor of THE IATTONAL HOTEL BILLt-lUs : One of Allock's ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, NOV. 11th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

fiteroV Tity aSrms. SATURDAT, a OV. imth, 1882. TiE citizens of Fitzroy can now look upon a loan as a certainty, to be before a long realized. After a very protracted c consideration the Council has come to the conclusion that it cannot do better than obtain the temporary use of a large sum of money so as to enable it to d undertake the numerous works that P press for consideration. ]n deference to the pledges of several of the council lors the actual floating has been post poned till the conclusion of the present session of Parliament, so as to see whe ther the Local Government Act will be amended. The probability of such being done is very remote. But whether any al teration be madein the borrowing powers of municipalitiesor not, the end of the a s sion will see Fitzroy initiating a loan. If under more favorable circumstances thnn allowed under the present act, so m. uch the better, but if not, then the 1 'absolute necessity of obtaining more smoney to meet the continually increas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

OPENING NEW .BRANCH, 23S SMITH ST:. RED UCE D. P RICE S !!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., SPREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. i GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PRICE. 12s. lid. REDUCED TO 10s. 6D.. SUITS TO ORDER, 42?. 6d. OPENING NEW BRANCHf, 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Opposite Coffee Palace, and adjoining the Monte de Piete Loan and Discount Company. TO THE PUBLIO.-Owing to the generous support received fromu the pablic, and the great and unrivalled success we haveniet with,ýhas induced the Company to still further increase their enterprise by opeising a NEW BRANCH AT 23$ SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite the Coffee Palace. n rso doing we feel confident we are anticipating the wants of. our many Collingwood and Fitaroy customers, from whom we ihopo to rcceive: the 'same liberal mpy; °'i ht the public lhave .kindly bestowed upon us in We are selling SINGLE GARMENTS at WHOLESALE PRICES, and owing to the liberal patronage bestowed upon us by a Discerning Public we are doing by far the Larg...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs, Robb, Showers, Raven, and Marsden, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

POLICE INTElLLIGENCE.I - FITZROY COURT. MIoana], NovnEE OnIIe. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Robb, Showers, Raven, and Maraden, J's.P.) DRUKX ANSD DISSnRDEstn. Thomas assett, Timot,,ly Cravetn, James HInilton, and Charles Norton were each chlargel with the above offence. Bassett and Craven were each fined 5s. with the option of 24 hurs itprisonment. The others were cautioned and dschargLed. ASRAULTN.1 A rUBL4tcA. John Williams. and Richard, WVyse were brought np in custody charged with unlaw folly assaulting Mr. John H. Read, licensee of the Gertrude Hotel,. Gertrude-street. Williams pleaded guilty ; 1 yse pleaded not guilty. The evidence showed that between eleven and twelve o'clock on Sunday night the prisoners went into the Gertrude Hotel and asked to be supplied with drinks, aind on heiing refused committedal the assault witi which they were now charged. , Fined £10 each 6r in default three months imprison. ment. - - S eWILFUL DAMI:F." " The same prisoners were further ch...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

CiAIdTbiY I Cariliwadit '~if):rl~I~ti, T iiXa ii (Cui13I aiw~l) I ur ihct blitt hl~l~ eral irdllt tlld ltiwv lalay~, ret. 13~~~ancd· iiueitwtrtriw iwirillir43raiti ret · Jt~ii n~tlneal iii vlwtrhii u ra:i~d~lCl ~:iiaaaun, 1 i;: na,1a·:~ ji1~ reuna it'ahi ai ltirnlt hatetetr 'ri tic' uiatr~latltt~ii n lii '''a.:itt(uiaiicr: tiiii~tcul air, Idwlkctllit tiawraaSti'~:t~ i~ll iR i~dKaii4Ll "'at IIILt laren ad i i a i 'i t '';bnid rar atel laRdpl niirg tiltlii i.wr~c. 0131w~ ritdit13l liartiiilileli' lIt arotlgrhln13u~ bii~a'iatiwC nli~i wwlnlI aulwiaDiuiy Chril: oliqiaailt aleb~ tlraa wlia~ 'haul t ifaiii'ii~ld (n 'hal ar ea · tar: aiiii iaV ii hiiu'aie! alaliilh lur l:E~t~l utts3t~ dial.s tijlia lir fed iiqi'iaiibii hitil onitra afii li r H I na ktulldII.1 eailllilY '1' '1 ' a·~laailalunarniuniiiuirialniiaiial haIl~r Idcnl aiiaiaaatii: wC nul a-uual a ha ar l iatitru iltttiu ttal Cuiaiiirl Illr iuci~d~l atli~ii i~lar, at .. uf' Icr riu~tei cur ''iiry hotu oroer lie 'l'ie hlogs t escorel...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

TO TilEDITO OFr TOOHE FITllOY CITY FIPYr. ,'1Sir,--Reostreet, like iloves of old, is fro. snuetly fprying for a little drop of owatr. Durin last; sminar It ,as watored regularly rvery Thurldaywhlthor it rained or not, aol on other days wit troeael to a proces sion of water.carts that distributed no wrater on its parchled and dusllty surface. hut oven that was bettor than Its present condition, forlduriog all the hot dry, dusty nays we hod. In tno poat moanth it a not boeen watored at all. The only timo it has been watered all w hes n tlere was no dnot blow. ing and weo caul havo e dloe without it. Now, wa do not want to grnmbla or 0a0w. platl, but knowing how ready and anxious oNr oiy .ouaeillors are to attend to and gratily any reoaonable relut of the rate. payers in wloatover loality thloey rleside we feel confident that thin mlttor needs only to he mentioned in ordlor to be effectually remediedl. All woe deairo is that in future tlo street shall be watored when the dust floond Is...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

THE STAGE. "Sam'l of Poosn" a full naccount of whioch appeared in our last isse. hoe been running . at the Princess Theatre dhring the week, It is however to be withduraown, an original drama "Thoe Amorica " to to beo substitutcdl. It will be produced this evening for the lirst timo in elbounloe and will also bc given uricng the fo low ig week. oIr.lt nOVpF,. " leceaccin" whihhash beon punccucd ot lice ahone ti~cuate curiog the wcuuk, cone gien for the laot tnec yeoturdn

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

TO TIOO OITOR OF TI ITO.IIOY cITY r?Es. SStn,-I noam not surprised that somo Libe. roal are annoyed at nanofoutonror colwnig forward as a Lioral candidoate. Ile han beenr kaown n Fitzroy only on one of tihe lmost bigoted followor of the Conservativo party, ap to th timno of r Mr. Valo's resigno a tionr; thenuwe heard of a hituchr afterwlats high words, then a partial recorillation. taerrs of covrprordso, et. Tirh initiated C ra these difficulties arose from r. Illackult boeing soleoted to rom for Mr. Valo's seat, maanufturer thinkino g his otaims on tlhe party should have given him the prefereneO. tilnt I oot wa too ator. Dlnkott lhad jirped the alohn and was advortised. Molsnaac. tror hlnad to lh satisfied with hinits of "ran.o ttor opportunity," olther for Upper Iionan or nexot general election. lBut lo, tihe dceit falnrrn of hiunrll nature, Mlir Cnronstitutlonol 'ncoquot with Manufactlorer, but embraoces freo trado and hlporter. This is too rnorlh for manoufancturer; love in trne...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH. (Before Messrs. Raven, Holden, Marsden, Robb, and Showers, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

- '..POLIOE INTBLLIGENO ... FITZROY COURT. ,loniinAY, Ninlngn IIIln. (Before Msars. Raven, Holden, Maradei,. Robb, and Slowers, J's.P.) S )ilDUNK ASID lnlttllaaltvY. 'Joll 'ray, Pater Rlgby, 'John [MDonald, nal Flinla Cola werea preaenltedl for the akbab offaaeO. Coal was dllschargaed on ier promnaing to apny l . , nllab expenses. The athers w cri i oialal argd coaditionally. ATranaMwFla Ruloala. Adut Johanstonh lhargI withllh aing at. tomlpd.ta oleounnlt suloldo was remanded for saovna!days for monullal nquilry. PAIN PIsTEWNOHNI A girl of, 13 yeara oft ago namIe rlMnroel Wltlllleld, was charged with obta ingigOa lsa b Iawnale aof false representationa , She aded gollty:.' laMr John Ooalhin, of aortrnloilnstrno, gane ovlieano to tl enilret that the glrl wantoto lae alhop and s ild thant a..ra.ripringoll hl. olmll set helr for samea grTacrl.s, Tlea goodl worno mala p and given to th gnirljat asoon;ater lr. Goal. win'tollboal?ew ald took lioanessin of t Ie earal. '"An tIm pIroseautor ...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, McMurtrie, and Lewis, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

,. CARLTON COURT. Wxoctrsan.Y, Nov. ISri. (Ieforo Messrs.' Craton, Alolmurtrie, and LowIs, JeP.) !sElwharde Pfire was charged with tie abovo oiffco. Tim lpraoeer appearedl to hasllier tag frol dollrhnm tremnta. ]Ho was re. manedtd for saven days with a viewl to onable him to'tasfer a recovery. A youth named Charles Caol was browegtt tap cloeraediwith bhaing. ieo lawful visibs means of support. Tihe vidence went 'to blhow that hbe lhad bocan fout sltoopbtg In an empty house, further that he had been soae in tte cooptny of a mlan swho thad since caul nrreted ona a hsarg aor burglary. The esnch lon thoe application f etlio rcant of piolHe renaaldcd the prisoner: to tmio C.ty Coart. Illbaontal. .ISULITING InTHEAVORRn. John Howstt; Thomeas rnate, 'lVtitam Ryae, William Rolhands, Willtae MSithelot aendeAlfresd --Phtllipewera.- proseeuted. by Coistablo Whitntey for; isulttlig.besavlour. 'Hdwvtt,'Moeta, ehsl Ryan ewere each finedt Os., t .othe s ept catae tlonalad diant. siharged, . COWJsNs...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

ESSAY .ON BOOKS THIIIR HISTORY Al )"lAND INFLUiNCE. Sketch of Goorge IV.-" To take a por. traltof him, at first seemed a matter of smalll ltiloiulty; thhbere il hi coalt, lis star, his wig, Idsa couutolnanoo elmpering under it; and yot, after, rustlin of hibml In sOOres of vol. noes, hunting hkm tlhrough old magazieoa and Iowaspoprs, lavl1g hilt horo at a hill anlt toro at public dle our a race, you tfla youltavo otlling blt a coat wi th a wig and a etIek smling bolow it. I look througai all hlt lifo anld reoogioo notlding bt a boY and u g0rn. I, take lim to pres ccnd find silk sfooklngs, paldidlg, stays, a coat with rich frogs ad a fur collor, a star all a bl a rllbboo. a poott.llandkorollleof prod?iglonsly ooalted, a almt brown wig sconted with oil a sot of tooth all a hugo black stook, ndelar woaisloats lovinog uolldr wailtoats, anot tllln othling. ,ooers of osulotg suos hoo added up the millfoos onld onllllons wthishc I the coooru of lIfs brilliant oxistaeno this sin plo pdoco o...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

TO THiE 5IT5R 0OF THE FIZSROY CITY TRES5. Sin,-- our correspondent who signs him self "A Liberal" in your last issue says lihe shall plump for loecarer. May I ask him to recoansider his decision, for hy so doini he rsill play into the hael s of the Conservatives, who are thus describsll Iy a late Toiy Prime Minister of England: "Conservatism is ian attempt to carry on affairs by substitutieg the ftltilsmeut of the duties of o.sTce for the performance of the functions of govenrmset, anl to maintain this negative system by'the mere influence of property, reputalde private conduct, and what are called good connec tions. Conservatism discarns prescription, shrinks from pricliples, disavows progress; having rejected all respect for the past, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparations for tle fiuture. It is obvious that for a time such a confederation might succeed ; but it is equally clear tehat ti lasrro curse of political infidelity will pIra lyse all action, and t...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

TEE STAGE. " I'IIS.1CGFC IIETI[Y.. "Sam'l of Posen" a full aceosnt of which appearedt in oar last issue. has bee, running at the Princess Theiatre during tile week. It is however to be withdrawn, anil an'original drama " The American" is to be substituted. It will be produced this evening for thie first time in Melbourne, and will also be girve during the following week. OPEI?A ]OUS6E. . " Boccac? o" which has been prodaacd at the above theatre daring the week, was given for the last time yesterday evening. 'this evening "The King's Dragoons" is to lie praouced. THllTRE ROYAL. A new drama "Lights o' London" was produced at the Theatre Royal on Saturday night, and has beel rnning during tile week. Pressure on space will not allow of a detailedl report, but we wrill try and give it in oar nest. The drama. in which 'Ir. George Rignold and his own dramatic com pany take part, will ne repeated again this -evening and auntil further notice. IUDSON'S THFIIATl. There have been good houses a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

F. J BRITTEN AucriosEc.? & EsTr.oT AorT. 'TORTII FITZROY-AUCTION 'tART 1 ·,V . ..:. . . .. ;I .: PROPERTY I'XCHANGE,.. RAEi STREET ' Propoert eo For Sale r t." ";'": S .AG)-....... For the LIondon.and.Lancas.hire Fire Insurance Company. Capital . .,S:: £ M1,5200. .... '(E tablish "' 1 1 . LOWEST- CURRENT ?RATES. Los.es pronptly and.liberal? ett~i Transfers from other Oltices free of expense. MIONEY. TO LEND On Freechold Security.' fromn 5 per cent. F., H. H.BRITTEN, &k ,I . .,: , , : . No. O" RIiTEN'Sr BUILDINGS,l RAE STREET NOR1Tl FITZIROY, .,-- "':' · i; : ..... .. .. :. .. : hlbUl.IERS and 'm FURNISHING IRONMONGERY In every variety, at such PRICES TIHAT DEFY COMIPEfTION.h Ililders and, others favourin them with a all will lind it to their advahntagc tb' do their businmss at thls estiablishmcnt: A??, E T For the celebrated. SINGER'S SEWVING MIACHINES The snperiority of thee 'Macbinm. ,: i proved ly the befact that 5Mi,O0ti, or over 10,000 per week, were sold lIst y...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

T0 THIE EurrOI. OF TllM Fr,.o7 cy - e ,1rums. Sir,-Rae-street, like doves of old, is fre ioently praying for a little drop of water. During last summer it was watered regularly every Thursday whether it rained or not, nod on other lays was treated to a procus eion of watcr-crate that distributed no water on its parched anod dusty surface. But even that was better than its present condition, for luring all the hot, dry. duoty dlays we had in the past month it has not been watered at all.. The only time it has been watered was when there was no dust blow ing and we could have done without it. Now, we do not want to grmmble or cotu plain, but knowing how ready asnd anxious our city comcillors are to attend to and gratify any reasonable reluejmt'of the rate payers in whatever locanlity. they~ reside we feel coufidet? that this-matter needs only to be mentioned in order, to be etectually remedied. All we desire is that in future the street shall be watered when the dust fiend is raging i...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

CRICKET. NorTIe.-A general meeting of the Fitz roy Alberts Cricket Club will be hel next Wednesday evening at the Perseverance Hotel, corner Moor and Brunswick-streets, at 8 o'clock sharp. All members are par ticularly requested to attend. Business im portant. L. HaIrisor, Hon. See.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

TO TILE EDITOR OF TIE FITZRO CITY PRLES. SmL,--I am not surprised that some Libe-. rals are annoyed at manufacturer coming forward as a Liberal candidate. He has been known in Fitzroy only as one of the most bigoted.followers of the Comservativo party, up to'tho time of Mr. Vale's resigna. tion ; tlhen weo heardl of a hitcllh, aftrards high words, then a partial reconciliation, terms of compromise, etc. The initiated say thesec dillculties arose from 1Mr. llacklctt being sdeteld to run fora Ir. ,'als L eat, manufacturer thinking Iis. clailss onR the party shouldl have given hlim the preference. But it was too late, 'r. Bhackett had jmtnpepl tlh: claimn and1" was advertided. , Ilanuac tilrer had to be satisfied with hints of "a nuo ther opportunity,, either for'.Upper Honan dr iext general election: But lo, thle dceit= fulness of humani natulreMiss Constitutional cbquets withI Manufacturer, but embraces free trade aId importer.t This is toon much for manufacturer; love is turned to l...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, McMurtrie, and Lewis, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

CARLTON COURT. WEDnESDoAY, Nov. 15ir. (Biefore Mesesrc. Craven, McMurtrie, and Lewis, J's.P.) D]RUNK.AND A ISORDEIILY. E? ward Pierce was charged with tie above offence. The prisiier'appeared to be suffer ing from deliritum trmens:.- -He was re manded for seven days with a view to enable him to suffer a recovcry. A youth namted Chanrlce Cole was brought tup chargedt with having no lawful visible mtans of support. The evidence went to show that he had been found sleeping in an empty house, further t he had been seen in the company of a man who had since been arrested ona chargeorbaurglary. Tie bench on the application of tie sergeant of police rcma.lmdcd tle prisoner to the City Court, Melourne.. eINSULTING BEIIAVtIOUR. John Howett. Thomas Moete, William Rymt, WVilliam Rollands, Willimn Mitchell and Alfred Phillips were proseeuted by Constablc Whitney for insultitg bcehaviour Howitt, Moete, ancd Ryan were each- fined tls., the others were cautioned oand dis charged. CO.JCGAL FELICIRT...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 November 1882

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY sol . :-.:AND INFLUENCE. Qu S-- ---- wa Sktchl of Georgo IV.-" To lake oa por., st trait of him, atfirst sceemoed a matter of small he difficulty; there is his coat, his star, bis ter wig, his countenance simpering under it;and an yet, after readiioi of jimo h scnoresof vol- Di umes, hunting him through' old magazines a1 and newspapers, having him here at a ball of and there at a public dinner or a race, yo0 So find you avre notling but a coat writhl a wig p and a mask smiling below it. I look through do all his life and recognise nothing but a bow wa and agrin. I take himto pieces andfind w silk stockings, padding, stays, a coat with he rich frogs and a fur collar; a star anl a bluede ribbon, an pockethandkcrchief prodigiously sented a not brown wig scented with oil,a to snet of toeeth and a lhuge black stock, under p waistcoats moving under whistcoats, and then nothing. Lovers of long sums hare no added up the millions anod tillions which in p the cou...

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