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THE NEW LICENSING LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

THE NEW LICENSING LAW. 11(1110 II Ilnper of then thltt I111 't Ih')'u no uoPU diuk ? Nit N It IIn 7 tlou looks I lu IN to Ilu11l, In pull-ad of frlood, P110)1( Ihon1 ImIlltN to Ih1a1hh IhI liI the II th .tilig ,iii tIopN euiIt 1111yuui Lo l og i e it b 111 411 It yuurl colling .1101 it hullul

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CRIPPLED WONDER. WHAT A HANDY MAN CAN DO WITHOUT HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

A CRIPPLED WONDER., WHAT A HANDY MAN CAN DO WITHOUT HANDS. -4 This sub-title sounds. rather parie doxittil, but the reader, who pursues this 'article will realize that it. is perfectly correcti. To go throughllifo deprived .of hands, appealingi for no sympathy, and yet, earning, a coln fortablo living for one's ".wife' and fanilly in the 'very channels .wherei the useo of hands, more thai ' any otlier, part of the', body, is generdtll;y 'coi sildred an 'absiolute necessily--hel6 is a condition that, on its face'seeiiis iiniioaslle of accon'iplishineiit. Mr. George II .Sutton, of Milwau kee; has : accomplishied it, ,howovcr. lie is now 32 years i old. ,Wheni ho was seven an accidelit in a saw-mill deprived him of' botl' fore-ariiln 'ind han'ds.: Notwithstanding his :rmis fortune' hll is earning a to'iifortable competenhce to-day; as ai comnnieriail traveller, and ai billiard ?expert, anid in, addition is nearitngsthe close of a term of medical study that will soon enable hins to :wri...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME T'ABL..E. RLeave Melboarnga-7 o and 9.a8 n.m., and 5.10 p. - T 'l.eare Ilcl4elberg-8O25 and"1 'o.r n.m. niliiiivl el5;be'Jb-rn"l 17 inlnnnatna-E later Leave Eltld l-7.35a ad 9.33 a.n., and .5 pl. n. Leave Gree7 borough 8 minutes 1latr. Leave Hei-elberg--8.7 and 10.17 a m., and 6.47 p.m. S ARATTRos. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., 1.10 and :.l p m. Leare Ileilelbrg--8 25 anld 10.25 a.m.; 1.55 and I55 p.m,. Leave Elthnm~-7.3SS and 9.35 a.m.; l.5 and 5.5 p ent. L.eave Hilelhberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m 1.47 and 5 47 p.nm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

I:' 11?I following Gold .Miining nd Alhe ni' L Leo?se h. . Ie eun Ieulred .VIi) :- Cri tstlenilne Di)ist.rlct, St. Andrew's Dl rviiol, -No. 3570. A. Quatenan an I nr., ":.?U r. p., Ph. iof Greenstorough; i.?1, .Nahey 110ell G.?11 (no.', S. I.., 14a. . ;?, p., 'h of Greens?,roough; 4064, I The VictoryJrG. M. Coy., N. Lr:~ 4tht. 3. o., I' 'l. ft W.: Ilrriti dyte; 219"(, ( ineral), A. :i .olgden, 53. hr. O18p., Ph. :f Itingwood. 1W. t. AND1RItSON.; Secretory for Mines. 4lqt iMiv. 100n. Railway Refreshment Rooms, Lilydale Railway Station. Excelsior General Store, MAIN ST'il,.'T, r Corner of Anderson Street. 'The best given at the lowest lposiblo prices. Prize Dandrllion Ales and German Weiss - Beer. !ry :it at the liefreshiment Ilooms before going a jouriey. FOR SALE. LT I G II TTWO.UIltitS W WAGC;ON S : - kEnglish forercarriage; rnearly (new.. : W. J. tVEritI'IrT., Wheelwright & Bl.rksmith, . Iangron Ground.. FISH1 IFISH ! FISH !!! Fresh' Fish for Sale every Friday. ' ? R. W. P...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FAREWELL TO PROFESSOR MILLER. COMPLIMENTARY M[?]KE-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

.MI nLR. 'hiL rittfsar,TL Mr.Gi T.l fiA r itisil hialf am ceit'ly ti i. l iii , itletids psisitsig the riaaiuider of his lifo, in;Eisd hid iTha e gathlering was rep?ne.ni'etie of vrnta '.r:iune in of the coimnuit'iTy,''nd'vt a set"tki. proof of (ith uisivti. aolpjiprecintiodi iin which illnnliy lspt.' iii held Motitthers of the ilegtl pr ,ii iail r?a wre ?cuiispicuou,? whiln'the li?iiti'ary and. iedli.all P)f;S sionn wo;nr! aiso lrepriansi'tided. Li the uniuvoiilahi. its icwuci. iof Sir Jhnll ai ildiit, theichtoir as oiCnocpied Ily heh Lord :llsyor. of Mieslhl,,riia. (Sir ( Saiuol. Gilloit).: Aplniltia f?,P idiasentde woire recsived f'oni"Stitiutor Best antid M"r. Watt, .M.ii A,. rh:Tlhie Oliii.mJn said that ProfeassIr lMiller:haid rl ieon engageil fsr oiver thirty yoairaelas' i i\t the prof.ssion of athletics, diaring~A wli time lie l imparted iilstrilctiou iT, taiostt:al; its hra cihes. In past, vsna .his enetiiitinara with .....ts..i W sr a id ? Disialdi Dinloti :world-wile hwsli...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FISHERIES ACT 1690. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Exlracts from the Fisheriea Aet 1890, and Proclamations .thereunend, - amel ditg to date, are published for general . ectiol 6. --Any person fishing with a -. 5eh or flied engine in any river, creek, or "Týmr.wlthin lasnh distance from the ..s.~,La., inay.ba,, preltieald. by. eernuorl Lo'mOI?ii, shall be latlie to 1islty of not less than £2 nor more s ec(tion :16.-All nets contalning lb shall be emptied in the water. Any person draw. Ing on Io dry laud any net containing ish shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20, Slectlon 2.--Any person knowingly tak. log or assisting or attempting to take any fish not Indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, wihin three years after their Introduction, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken such fish and -shall not forthwith return the same to the water in which they werecaptured, shall be liable to a penalty of £20. Section 21.-Any person putting, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

Extraordinary Notice. Tramway Boo Shop, 384 Smith-St., Congwood, ` I. S ' L BOOT' S as cheap as any shopll I in the district. Give us a call andl judge for yourselves. O)ne call will be sofllent recommendation. Seaforth M.'Kenzie, Contractor . AND General Builder,. Warburton W., Upper Yarra. Estimates submitted for buildings of all deseriptions. , The Farmers' Club Hotel, BOURKE STREET WEST, Near Kirk's Bazaar, M ILBOU RNE, . TS the rendeavous of Farmers from tll parts of the State. A liberal dictl?scale with cI ,.lith.lhome comfort, and ttention. (Late Mrs. Bulger). OLINDA HOTEL, LILYDALE, Close to the Ltailway Station. Good Aecotmmoldation for Visitors. Choicest. Wines and Spirits. Ale and Porter of the Best Brands. J. R. MOORE, PROPRIETOR. The Recreation Ground is at the rear of the Hotel. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. Now generally acknow The Great Herbal Beverage, ledged by the Public. to be H OR ON DA the Best Soft Drink ever Brewed from Pure Herbs, manufactured. S a Tonic Appete...

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500,000,000 STARS. THE REVELATIONS OF CELESTIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

500OO040OO STARS. THE: REVELATIONS OF CELESTIAL' PHIOTOCRAPHY. -lE It. has lately been announced by a Ifalnous astronoIer that a long ex post:ro survey of the whole heavens with a modern photographic teles. cope would show no fewer than 500,000,000 stars. , 2 The astronomer says that Tn' the southern sky he has counted 5,600 stars visible distinctly to the naked eye, 'which shows there are about 10,000 stars in the whole heavens which can be seen by the' eye alone. An ordinary opera-glnss will show close on 100,000 stars, and with the great Yerkes telescope about ,200,000 are visible. If a photo ,gr!iph will show 500,000,000 stare the qustionb arises, " Where does filnality cotlle in ? " the writer an swers this.. very interesting question thus-'., " As" we go on econstructinglarger and yet lager telesc6dps, more and, yet inodke sta·rs,:i ill ia?jpear.:,E'ich re mode "?e are only seeing furtheei and furtheti down, the :{great,,endless, gal lori'es of'space, and, the, gaol:. of our d...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 4. A FASSCINATING LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

(All RIghts Ieserved.) Bonnie 7 SBarbar a. .' PART 4.' A: FASCINATING LOVE STORY: ;i· ----**+**- By Effie Adelaide Rowlands. Author of. " Priceless Violet," " A Child;of Charity," "A King and a Coward," &c: ' CIAPTEiIt VI Continued. I e i add?cl'osed: the onvelope to " 1Ir. tl:lclit d1Buntlng,'! at " St, Oyp rinla's Hospital," and smiled as. lie sliiiied' the note into his pocket to liposted' by his own hand a little later: I-I fouind his mother fussing idiout Dr. blunting when' he went back' to hisroo m. ''f? t ld'jou'ttheb'othe'r 'day;' said .."id:' Susa;i I"' that? you' wiero doilig fairtooiciuc?i.' "'You'"ought1to'dhvoe a long irestOscar. "' r: D".Bunting'smlld.'' 'I' feel perfectly. well at',this-"nmd 'mIlneltt, hoesald,;c" and iIf -youui will fodrgiveo me,dear frlend.i?I will': get ba?.ilk 'to! the i villageoi I. need ;,not bother-you to'comeowithlime ,Lionel; Sbut: Iwill borrow. the carriage; again if L may.;, ;?Theyi went togetherb,to ,the ,door `with:hhnmiiand .watc...

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Between Two Loves CHAPTER X. LADY MAY'S REMORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

B3etween Two Loves CIIAPTEIl X. LADY M1AY'S RttIORrSE... "'live you, seem him,. May? 'there was something ;in his face--I could not. tell what-which frightened me: tHave you seen him?' :. . Ldy ' Iny turned carelessly awaiy; she knew thiat her face t 'ould belle her words. "I' did 'sce him, but only :for a .tot minutesi; there was a' great crowd, and it 'was such a glorious' evening. 1 must tell 'you all 'abouit It to-morow-it 'was falrytadl" . "But May, tell me about Sir Clinton; he interests me, not the party. Telll lme. wo?? he crossl" - "Do you; suppose ,he would' show, It there even if he were?" wts the evaalve reply. "Why should he be' cross?" -"Yon should not have goiae, May; he prayed you not to go.'- You lmay laugh 'at me.ifyou will, but .I saw somethins in his face 'that frightened me.: 'You sheuld ,have conmlled with his;wishes." -. "'My dear, anntie, I?hall anlways plLl?ea myselfL . Those, whoi are foolish eLouih '-to expect.submission or obedience .frui toei will alwoty...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903

CENERALe INFORMATION; . ' i,,er?e ate` .. ,oo6 ntllss' ofiri Iga Lloio canals coiiiieeid witlli the kile. RIloth coal;; and tobaco oasmuoko are .sry- injurious to :lcl|uer'ed isurfacs.' 'Th1'h bloodi'"f an c'.el inJected 'inti a:voin'ls a deadl?poisoniito a litan. T'en Iofi3sd'of ogouid hny will keep I?, horse aliva as long as 501bs. ol grcen clover. - --+ Best. coal weighs 3,0541hs. per cubic. yard. A cubic yard of oak weighs 1,1001lO s. ---f-+ The public-houses of London, it placed side by side, would reach it distance of 76 miles. ----- '- 'he- oldest-Hoyal dynasty in the'' world is that of Japan, which goes back unbroken 2600 years. ----*!-- Rice is the easiest of all co?sntoln foods to digest, ald roust veal and pork the most dilfficult. The guinea-plig holds the rercord for quick growth itslllog tniitals. It is full grown ill six weeks. -4- An ocean steamer of 11,)1,tt totls bcrden carries itl i ,ar' ll's steadyl work anll average of 2 O.0,00 tolls. T'1'lo biggest artesiasn " ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

J.T, MACKEY, JUAI ,0 Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Place (ofi Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 )ears maoufaemruing for Hoile and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S, H. W. Pither (Letec'f Melborane .liarketl). The qnly: igltimaLo Pridoei M)orehtaita In the District. L ARGE inppllea always ohbandu of :the following : Bone Duet lupcrphusphate(Cutolming,math & Co.) Outs, feed whole and ,rushed.. ,''artariau, AloBria,, . I, )nirh, ;tout Victorian Seed Yorkshlre Hero I'ea. and' Strata gel, less than hIelbourna prices Chaff, Hay, Bran; Pollard, Straw. -I --- - 1 ti9 ? i fu n K n , -' r' f ; - R c k -~ M a lt ' -. ` Seed Maize, Gl,rdn'oeeds. Everything in, the LINE ONLY kept li stock. AGENT for he' celebrated ." alvitls. A call will senvince everybody. S. H. 'W. PITHER, LIYE.. L. E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Uuder Rlyal letters P.tent) Tree EXTRACTORS, FORlS'T DI)KVILw, S Are still to the fete. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt atteioion. Agricultural Imple...

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WHY NE WAS THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

WHY NE WAS THERE. -4i- Ho Ipeased to abu you! I 11 1aid I hofth'ftf to i y'outng Iia whoI WIttH hut' gtofit. aL all " ulturtoo ,lt lint wherelcl~ IN .otr' brlother ? " " Oh,'" wio theu reply " 'u coultl snot hu Ii comrlle, FA) WU tolwcrl lot' It." " I Het','- Hall the h JIOHLIYIW " andl yonl woo 7' " 1No,' 1 tu Nool"th y lloung Ma lttwttt'rtI, Sn I 'Iit- lltldlt I 'll aI ttn' t i ontIt' Itit .n 14-111 it ut rttiiiilt-'' by 11111 Ixet

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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 5. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie z a Barbara. PART 5. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. ---+*·-- By Effie Adelaide Rowlands, Author of " Priceless Violet," " A Child of Charity," "A King and a Coward," &c. --+f- CIAL'PTEtI VII Continued. " You, are wasting yotir life, Nol at," she said. " There is more nl it thian.vanity.I wish you would come away fromi'town Fate has away of cheatinllg us, and wIwhen we seek eager Iy we do not find.: I believe we could live happily in our : littl place. peacepc " The prospect is not alluring," said Nelia, with a slight sneer. She was furious with her mother. It was hard enough that she would have to confess failure to herself, but sucl -failure became doubly, trebly bitter when insisted on by an other person. " I do not "wish to' keep you in 1 Loindoni, however," she continued. ' can see that you regard your life here as a kind af sacrifice. I can always stay about with. my. var ious friends ; you had better nmake atrrangements to leave town at once" '...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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INJURY TO TELEGRAPH POLES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

INJURY TO TELECRAPH POLES. Trilgrapll pols. are ialite to injury and des. truction inu variety of ways. A telegraph ~o?ital, who hau seen servse~ n the Weateru States of America, writs I-" Out lu the Arisous desert the poles seere alt sorts of In jury. Thres is a sort of woodlprtker that picks the pests absolutely to ple.n?, thiuking there may be ibsecte inside thb wood. Tbhey ber the humming Rad ihave't asne ruolugh L know what causen it. Then, ser? the htll., te Maerk bears imagine that each pole ountaiae a watrm of Itb., sad ti.ey climb to the top and show mhi gilan inatlatoln to pieocs ; but tLe anadstonrto are the ttlltgs that create the mull havoc. When the winds blow stroigly, the sand is dlfftd at a rapid rate, slid the grains out the wowa at fh arlot rat. It was a omlmol hthing to bas. n nok pole worn to abraviug ll a day's time, while I hare seen polis just grolud hk the eor facs of the earth during a single storm. Things lnt so had out ther that the company lt ldud to sub...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A GREAT RIVER'S GUARDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

A CHREAT RIVER'S CUARDIANS. The Tbam s police force casiste of 206 men, and while it is not essential that they should hasv- ben sailors, it is a seie qua non that they be able to swim and man a boat. The craft consists of 28 galleys sod two steam launohes. The principal otation is at Wapping, which is the headquarters f Superiotenodent Chisholm. There are also stations at Blackwall sad Waterloo Bridge. It is stated that a good. deal of smuggling still cootinuse on the Thames. Tobjcco is the chief article of coa trabaod,and mahy ingenious devices are resorted to is order to introduce it. The police and the Custom-house oflicitls both eodeavour to intes cept the smugglers, but the two serviote do not weak well together. The police have tpowe to dotain goods; they must send for a Custom. house officer to ohsrge the culplit. Recently the police found ao sola stuffed with tobaot. ?ometimes the polece uad the Oostem-boue people watch each other. A short time ase the police were on the lo...

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ILLUSIONS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

ILLUSIONS AT SEA. An old aslt, talking the other day about fog, remarked that the mistakes Itequcantly made iu cunarquence of optical illusions caused by mist are atunuiesing. ' It is no uncommon thing," said he, "to miltlke animple cork floaling upon tie water for a vesel ;" while upon uae occa. sion. when he bad gone dosn into the cabin for a few minutes, he was hatily sumamael on dlck by the crew, who shouted that a ship was running into them. But his more experieooned eye was not so easily deceived as theis ; sad wheb the object that had caused their alarm was pointed out to him, he perceived at ones that it was only otte of the blocks of the risiung that in the fog had assumed so fantaslio and threatening an appearance. When deesptium is an easy, can it be wondered at that phantom ships are seen-yes, and phantom sonuds hlard. 'the belief is common amonlg sailor that when danger in at hand mysterious sound% are esre to be given forth by the ' vsuty deep " to prepare them for the...

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Saved a Leg. A Queensland man suffering from Blood Poisoning narrowly escapes losing his leg. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

Saved a Leg. A Queensland man suffering from Blood Poisoning narrowly escapes losing his leg. Mr. Arthur F. Muston, suffering from blood poisoning which would not yield to external remedies, and who feared he was golng to die, tells of the benefit he derired from taking Dr. Maore's Indian Root Pills. lie writes :-" 1 consider it a duty that you should know, also the public, of the benefit I have derived from taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Some two years ago I war in Towasville, Queensland, suffering from blood poisoning that caused a running sore to develop in my right leg which would not yield to external remedies. I was in the Itockbampton tGeeral Hlospital. and aiiier ln the Mackay Ilospital, and had n operation performed, and at one time feared I would 'lose my lel. About this time Dr. Morse's lodae Root Pills onme under my notiee, and I hegan taking them regularly. I was very weak, and Ithoueht I was going to lie. After taking them for abont three weeks I noticed a great...

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A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

A NRWSPAPER AAPPEAL PONIM, , -o- The following won te £200)O prize re. Eently offered by a ay.mnclate of Americrlan editors for the beat appeqou poem to newse paper submerihei. topl?q up theirarrearse 'he luckt and telented author aI the editor of the focdy Jfouitain Colt - : Lives of great men oft remind 'iea, hlonest mlon won't etnlon a aOIhIIO Th nmore we work there crows behind us, Bigger patehes on our l;nts,. On our pants once new and glossy, Now are stripes of different hueo And because subsurihers IInger, Ad won't pay nous what la doe. Then let us ti up and doing. Beonmi your mite however amall, Or whin thbe now of winter strikeo us, We shll have no punts at all,

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A STORY OF CLIVER CROMWELL [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903

A STORY OF OLIVER CROMWELL One of Ith most ittly and f. et;ous prP"el et c of the Punitlns l perty was Jeremiah White, Oliver ?ron.w ll'olsc.ploin. ti6ingpsueoseld ol the advItcage? of yout i aslid a haluicnme p.er soun, he was aIr I;llaous liouh In ie, ire tc the bhand rf (:romwrll's .yu glt sl dulr~lur. The young laIdy is sidl toi Ivea cllcureslel Ilis dl. dresee.. mld it uars rot long ielore lti iuter. chal?ge of cgallanilrn waes oltiret ly le Ilc (ullrt. Tl.el,Lrd Protctol r was ?loer, ily tllfurcrned of the circullmslplce, slid, lltil llg ic ,ilt eiralinal for such asa lli.l.ce, wais dellulrllll tInla.e a slliet look-- tl kl Ipt. with a view, ullti nlllOy, fI hivingll \\'Wiete ?ietc.ly punisctd. lit a shl t time " Jerly Whit.," ca Lhe wea jeoHaolly called, was di"oelr,red in the lady's cllnamber, ail Oliver, rustalicg into the room in mi enge, found Jerty on his kn, ee, jeither kissring hlis ducl;tc.t's hand, or havilng ju.t kiised it. Cromwell, in a fuly, ahk, d what was the o...

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