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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES I5Y AUCTION. Mo.XDiT. Jr.vc 15. Dovjrfi & Co.. at the Ito'.e Inn. West Maithnd. at 12 — a parcel of Laud in the Parish of Middl.-thorpe. TuKstitr, Ji;nk 10. Door»s & Co.. at tbc .Sale Yard*, East M.rthnd, at 12 — P'O beirl Fat Cat'b; A'*o, at tbe Waterloo Hotel, Went Mai'land — Land. Furniture, Pony. &.c. w^Maaaw— — www— — wbmws Queen's Theatre, 'West Maitland. Sale Lessee and Din-ctn-s*, Mr*. Smeathman. Advance Australia! BENEFIT OF MISS AGNEES, The yonng native Danseuw and Actress. rp O ? N I G 11 T. S A T U It D A V. JUKE 13th. JL Unprecedented attraction for thU night only. Two icrearnitsg Farce* and a choice Ethiopian Entertainment. Til B WINDMILL; Ob, Lovk is a Flocr Bi.v. Marion (the maid of the mill) ? Miss Agxeej. ETHIOPIAN S Kit i: NADERS, In their celebrated Entertainment. Sr.-r ileoLET D.ixck (arranse l expreti ly for this occ.i ?ionj . . . . 5Ii»* Ac.fLUf. A TRIP TO U I C II M O N D ; Ott, the T*o Mrs. Whites. Introducing the Mo...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

AMK RICA. I he United States Senate has refused to ratify (he pr»j).;is2-l treaties b.t»ee!, th« U.iJtni Sutw «n-l Mexico, winch were Mgned by Mr. Kor.yt,. th« Amcric.m Minister at Mrxieo, on the Ihli of Fdmury. Theao tt-e.t en were five in numl^r, .lepemli,^ onenn th0 oiher. ana the whole combining an arrangomont, the object of which was to extricate Mexico from its financial cm b irratsments. Telegraphic despatches from Washing ton announce the basis of a new treaty with Mexico. It embraces the acquisition of Sormra ;»nH Kii.Jn. -he command of the Gulf of California, In oontideraiion of a sum of money. Important news bad arrived from Kanna*. Governor »eary had resigned. The outrages of the border rnfHans ';een authenticated. It is stated that the Southern members of the Cabinet have resolved that a Soathem man uhall be appointed Governor of Katuas. Mormon affuira in Uiah are in a iir?idfufnt»te. It is laid Ilut llnffliam Young ia 10 bo supsrteilcd, and a inihtiry forto sent into t...

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A TREMENDOUS HOAX, AND A TERRIBLE CONSPIRACY DR. LYON IN NEW JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

A TUEMENDOUS JtO^X. AWD A TKftUint.F. CONSPlflAOV r) It. I. YON IN NEW JKHSEV. We puMUhnd an article In ntir Jmirnal ln«t week, which wo mp poird lo t»e true. The next tnnrnirip 'a lon« artlrle appeared hi the Dally Tlmri, Nnd anottiT In the Tribune, giving an account of the ?riluetion «f atxnit '.'10 women by a Dr. l,yon. The Defpatrh and other Sunday pnpert e.itch nt the ld»»a and pitrh Into the p-xir f»oct«-r Ity whole«-il-*. Wo arc now told (hit while a pirt of the fjd» *re true, yet ihnt the f(fe*trr purt arr *11 fletlon, r«p ?ci.illy the fi-ttrri. It Ii axld lh.it ihry wr-rr prepared for the Tlinrt bv the ttev C. flurr. fnruif.rly nlltor of tho N-Ili'nnl Oeinrtrrnt, nn-l rh-it th»-y nre ropki c»r Icterri in the pos* t'dilon nftl.f 11 rv ('. C. How (fill lirjtrt (liern - MennwhUe, Dr. t.yon Ii In N-w Jer«i»y, nnd Introdi to me all flmse partle*. iinrt will proiialjly rrrnvt-r heavy damiRea. There no dnuhf th.it r-r, I. yon haa In lisvPil very ,, in fret. know il'to be «o. but n...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

CHINA. ' Tht '? Hongkong rteglstcr' speiklng of (he ' Second war with. China' a*yi! '? ( his great event has gon« dead i'lrcp, or r«tt.«*r Itls at a dead lock I tho Admiral cannot and- tho Chinese dare not ;-o on, nnd like characters In the * (.'rltic/ wa Ire noxiously * ailing for the cue Mnihc naitio ot (he Queen ' We fear It will not bo worth the trouble to tJll our p^oplo at horrto * how to.lolt/iht ? how to do il* is so tli- roughly engrailed oh the ofllcial mind. Wo shall, however, explain for the benefit of 're monable people, (hat tiur co-il season cit r,irifiicct some lltna In the Utter end of October 4itd cowtlmics nbout live month*) during this lime a rnm not weighted down with a kit rr^Jugh to kill a donkey can walk about and enjoy any kind of active t-X'-reJ«e in the way of shooting, cricketing, boat raring, or hor«e Taelnir. If. therefore, troonsran h»j put «lo*n lo the extent of ten fhoustnd men, «n«t not one le»s, in addition lo what we Inve g-»t. nt tho beginning of...

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

T„ ikn PA i tar of t/ie Northern Timet. St«— It ii with coniideiable relnctanco I again R«cU a nlica in your paper, and ohtrnde rny prirate a£T-.ir4 into that ipice which roi?ht be occupied villi matter of a public and mora impor-ant character; but I r.m urijed to do to by «e7eral friend. *h w jadgmcnt I yield w 62(1 whoz-J kiadnen an-J favorable opmioa I ralue aud spprroia'e, who think that the mmo channel which ro puhl'shefif at tho request dr wn^'ccation of your corre spondent 14 IIono*tn*,'' tho libellous nltnck upon my nnr/10 and ropiHailon should likewise publish tho enclosed paragraph, cut from a Neiv Yo k paper of a dater^veral dny« fltthyrqucnt to tho i*«ue of the Tribune 's reporter'* ' tissno of lies nnd fahi liOfx'H,' which you gnv-' to tho Maitland public on the Vth nit I will inako no further comment npc.'n the article If now h nd you than to ?«av it was published about a month after I left th - Onited Htaten on route for this colony, Mid that tbe letter thereto Mibjol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

\ T ii fiftttioulurlv iiii.irMifil thiit nny irregularly i' ' li *h« duliverv of tin) Xnfthtrn Y'|'*- - Imj lmiifitid lit i -10 OlHt:.* wiiii ;n 1 n t-t! (May iih pos^il'li1. in oi'dvr tii.it Iflj )* niuy 1 »u laI.o)i lo prevent a rL.-ciH'i-'-UC--- uf the ! iiinovaucc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

Pgr «ie mwaeyrrgan u^vtct Ktzz*CT&-&v3r*: trszaiar^ssmgn:: rr lynsgsa CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. A dilreanrn, Wantett Situations, am! Ailrrrlttc tnents under tiroity iron/s, only One S/ii!!iih/. Tnnns son auvkbtisemknts. Twenty word* nnil under, *-nc M-U'inp: rvrry ailriltlonul Ten trcrtli, Fljj-cnrc; One In-li, Three ^hUllnr*: «n-l One and Sixpence for every Additional Inrh or part of nn inch. TP ft Ms op sunsrnii'TioN'. Klpht Shilling* per yuattcr when p.d-l In arivnnrri and Nine Shilling* If not fairi within Kociitbkk !)*-? after the com* mencemetjt of each Quarter. Notice to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing on the day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (foittntl |)nntmg ©(See. J7IYF.RY ilosrrlption of LF.nT.U-Pitr.K.S PRINTING _J executed will] neatness and despatch. Book-work, CntnlojciK-^. Potior*, Hillhe.ids, Cheque Rook., Circulars, Law Form*. Pamphlets, Sliow Cards, nnil every other description of plain ami ornainentnl printing in a ...

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CHINESE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

0!J INKSIC I. MM 10 RATION. T nr. Ciiisi-sb arc becoming a snurcc of alarm lo our neighbours of Vi.:tori.i. They avu swarm ing into that country attach n rate as to form at the present time no inconsiderable portion of ttye ftitire population. It is (intimated that there are now in P -rt 'Philip /tjjOOO l/hineijo, to 350,000 otlietj inhabitants ; or, about one-eighth of the whole.'' The Celestials, moreover, arc arriving in (jiiichen Hay nt tho rate of -500,000 inn- annum. It is becoming a serious q -e.lion in Port I'hilip whether fiis immigration shall not ho entirely pre vented or at least somewhat cheeked by the 'inter vention of the Legislature. As an indirect mode ?if Jiaeocr iging the Chinese, and raising a revenue nt tho same time, a duty of 10*. peril), has been, imposed upon opium. It in questionable, however, whether tliirf piuce of legislation will not do more barm than good, since,- iu a country with such an extensive nnd unguarded spa -board as Victoria, there is overy ...

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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

The Groat Northern Railway. NI-.WCASTI.K STATION — Down Thais*. 1 c_ ? | Mixed j ftuii'ltiy ? Din. ' ' Sl j Twins, | Trains. llilis. I l.tivi: — Lni.'p.m U.ni.Ln. 0 { No A'-i-tli.- — Ilojieysitoklol i-.jjf,1 o o 7'30| 3- 0 ! l'olnt ? I | | l «l{ |fr--.-lmni ? |8- /-! 3-30(8- Oj 3 ,10 1 r,^ ? ? fi-24 .1 -.'.4 8-'M;3 5t MA ITf.A N'D. STATION- Uf Tu*r:n. . Milni. I.kavx — a.m Jp m. a m.jp.m. (I Mn'iliiinl ? R-.ir.|.| 10 S-16 4-10 He.* hum ? !) 6|4«0, 0- 5 -1-30 1..J N'w. n-tili- ? 0 8:i|5- -llO-SO .V 4 tljf |I:od|cnt times, Koim:;-; i:.xr i n iiatk sou skt how.n auoiii- m ma i.ick. SATURDAY,. JUNE 13, 1857

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THE FASHION FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

TIIK FASHION FOIt APRIL. Tho preparations for Easter, trhtoh,. during several wetk4 havo occupied the London millicer*, aro now com pleted, and the result is the production of a vaat number of elegant noveltied suited to the advent of spring. Tho show-rooms aro filled with brilliant aBaortmenta buunete, caps kc., eoiue Imported lrom Pari.', and others tho crcVioin of nativo tusto and skill. ITiving had an opportunity of seeing eovernl elogunt collections of sprinft tuillinory, wo hero desribo a few of tho article* which aro most distinguished for novelty. B-tnnMs of patri'le d« riz, Leghorn, nnd fincy ptraw of variou* kinds, are likely t» bo very general ; and ns tho Wirmweither advance*, b »nn«jt- of white tulle honil* lone will bo highly fashi mable. Many of tho Ntter nlr-ady undo up, nro profanely trimmed with flowern of vnnotts teinds ; and it maybe mentioned that violents and liUc (whi'e and coloured) are favourite flowers. A | bonnet of tulle b »uillono h ia been trimmed with ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

ORIGINAL COREESPOiTDENCE. [ Wc do not identify ourtrlcn icith th * opinion* ezpretttd by our Correspondents. ] To the Editor of the Northern Timet. Sir,— A person lately wrote from St. Loui* on tli* Mississippi, a city containing about 5,0.000 inhabitants, a* follows— ' Upwards of forty steambo4t* are busily engaged in receiving or diicharging their Various cnrgjts here — a ponderous Io.»d of lead had arrived from Galena, 400 miles to tho north ; there a quantity of ploughs, scythes and other agricultural implement* crowded ihc decks of a sterner from Pittsburgh 1100 miles to tbe ! «,„«» Tn Another nlace a vessel had descended the Misouri laden with pork an-l other produce; while further down one from New Orleans crowded with pas set gers was blowing off her steam/* The writer then continues — M W.icn the Mississippi is at It* lowest stage the depth of water at St. Louis is four feet, in flood tho depth is 20 feet/' Psow, Sir, It Speaks highly for the enterpn&e of the Americ...

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WOMAN'S DEVOTION AND POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

WOMAN'S DEVOTION AND POWGR. The London Daily News publishes the followhir, from its New York correspondent, in a late issue 'One day towards the end of February, the people in the streets of New York observed a litter, evidently containing a sick person, carried up from the shipping to the lottery Hotel. Heside tho litter walked a young creature who, but for her careworn countenance and ber being near her confinement, might havo b.-en ; taken for a little school g'rl. Her story soon bccano | known, and it had presently reached all hearts. She j is now twenty. At seventeen she had married a rca j captain — a gallant young man of five-and-twentv, she | being a softly-reared young lady of Kast JJoston. * Just | jifter the marriage, Captain Patton was offered the cominiud of a ship— the Neptune's Car— prepared for the circumnavigation of the globe, and ready to sail that day but for the illness of tho commander. Captain P.itton declined the olfcr. declaring it impossible to leave his br...

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SUICIDE IN THE OUTER DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

SUICIDE IN THE OUTER DOMAIN. On Wednesday, shortly before 1 1 o'clock a.m., a person having bad oeca-i-m to go into toe »crub in tbe vicinity of Lady Macquarie'* chair, OnttT Domain, was astonished by observing the body 0/ a young man suspended from a small tea-tree. 1'l-e aJarm ra; immediately given to the stonemason? working at the fortifications, and thev c *t the fcoJy down and found it dead but not cold. The y.ung man's nam? is s iid to be Starkey, by trade a baker, and a resident of the Sorry Hills. On searching the bwdy in order to identification, a silver hunting warch by Denr, No. GiHZ, vrn hand in one of, hi* pockets, and in another a theatre ticket witn the words written in pencil. *' .Send for Elirabeth Hall.' Deceased haJ committed the act of stratigulaitou bv tying two J pocket handk»ichi«jf- together; when cut down bil feet w»re only a f»;w inches from the ground. Gov? at hand va* a d'-g, which c^ojfinoed by toe *ide of lii* ma*ter, fa:thfol even in death. \)tcc.vvt-\...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRE NT. Alc», EnRll«h, per hogshead , 9 0 0 to 10 0 O Uyat*'», per dozen . ? () 1 1 0 U It 4 AlUop's, dltln . . . 0 II 0 0 13 fl At thr Maitland Urewerlei, per hhii. ? ? » J II 0 & 10 6 Ditto per gallon Oil 016 Sydney, per gallon . . 0 1 9 Arrowroot, peril) * ? 0 0 0 0 0 S Ditto, Weil India, ditto , 0 I 0 0 14 nacnn.prrlb. . ..0 0 7 0 0 1 ) Higp, 3 budirl, per doien . . 10 0 110 Ilark, per ton . 6 0 0 Hrr.id . per losfofSlbi ? ? 0 0 ^ 0 0 6 [trick*, prr tltouiand , . . J 0 O S 5 () Uutct.en' Meat : fleef, p«r lb. . 0 0 * 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . . . 0 0 3 0 0 »» Pork, ditto . . . 0 0 « 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . . ? 0 0 3 0 0 fl Putter, freth per lb. . ? 0 16 0 8 O Ditto, salt , ditto , . 0 I 0 0 t 4 nottlrd Fruit*, per bottle . . 0 19 0 f O Candle*, mould, per lb , 0 0 S Wholesale, per lb 0 0 7 C?irr«r, |x*r lb . . ? ? 0 0 * 0 0 9 rofTee. ditto ? ? ? 0 I 3 0 I 6 Coal, per too, delivered . . 0 IS 0 0 II 0 Currant*, /ante, per lb . 0 I 0 0 I 4 Capon, per bottle . . ? O...

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LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. Tnr. Isoi'ismvR Yankee. — The following ' new edition with improvements'* of nn old anecdote is ex ceedingly rich:— A gentleiran riding in an F.astern railroad car, which wns rather jtcanflly supplied with po«s- ngers, observed in a seat before him a lean slab sided Yankee; every feature of his face seemed to ask a question, and a little circumstance soon proved that he possessed a more ' inquiring ir.ind.'' JJefore him occu. pv:ng the entire S'-at, sat a lady dressed in drop black, and nfter shifting his pos'tion several times, anil ma noeuvring to get an opportunity to look into her f.-ce, he at length caught her rye. *'In affliction ?*' ' Yes sir,' responded the la'ly. ' Pa-rant ?— father or mother?' 'No sir.'* 'Child, perhaps?— boy or girl ? ? 11 No. sir, not a chd'l,' i have no children. ' 44 Husband then. I expect.' *4 YoV was the curt reply. * Hum! choltry? a trnd'n' man. maybe ?' 44 He was a sea faring man, cap tain of a vessel ; didn't die of choler...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

MAITLAND MARKETS. As a number of ocres of lucernt' and pasturage ore now under w*ter, speculaiion iu bay has hceu vcty life lately, and wo have beard of large quantities, both iu stack nnd tiu-»ed, which have clung d h.imls nt prices ranging from j£l' to XI 2 per ion, in consequence ot a few trusses of oatm bay having been sol I at 'zOs each, u report ha* bien circulated that bay has reached £-0 per ton. 8ucb, however, is not the ease. Trade iu geiierid is improving. V».fJKTAiiLKA A*r- Hay. — Turnips, Cs per drzen hunvhuM ; carrot*, Oa lo 0« per dozen buuchis; onions scare? and In demand, voung drtto and sbalot* pleutifu!. the latter 2* per dozen btinclu* ; potjUw. 18s per ewi t with a prospect of an increau.*; luy, jCIO to JJl *1 per ton ; punipkiin*, 4* per dozen Pout,Tur.— Kowis Us, durks 3*, turkey* 7s, geese 8* lo Os per pair. There is not much demand, and the price* are low. Butciif.rs' Mr.AT,-— Beef, 16s per 100 lbs. wbolesulo: mu'ton, 2 is per -loO Um. Retail -l-cef «5d, mut...

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MR. D. C. CARTER'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

Mil. I). C. OAKTiilfS PKODUOB UKPOltr. T.io we iiher hiving at length fikui up, delivery is b^in^ sh/wly made of tho grain recently purchased, nn aririounce I iu my last report. -Fdrming oj-nrm'n-ii* arc nhont't j bo renewed. Gta 11 of all do*eriptions may he quoted at nearly the same price* at reported by inu bint week, with a slight upward tendency, iu consequence of the continuous wet weather, thu proper se«uon for the sowing of the wli^ul crop has nearly pa svl away, an I n greater demand is bccorning apparent for Cape ami English barley by furuirrs cultivating low lands. Jinx is in greater demand, i.10 to X'^f but these prices will not rule fot* airy time. D. C. 'CARTER, Auctioneer, West Maitluud.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. REPRESENTATION Of SOUTH CUMBERLAND The nomination of candidates to fill the vacant -»eat in the representation of the South Riding of Cumberland too* place on Tuesday in fruit of tbe large ro^jin adjoin ing tbe lUd Cow inn, Parramatta. Tbe Vucancy was «.ccasione*I by tbe rrsi-*nxtioa of the l*Us Attorney General, the honorable William Montagu Manning. The candidates for the vacant seat wtre James By rots, Esq.. of Parramatta. and John Ryan Brenan, E*q. Tliere were ab'mt 500 persons present at one *tage of ibe meet ing. many of thetn gentlemen of position and wealth throughout the orr^ceeding-# eoo-l order prevailed, wud there was just enough of feeling displayed to show that 1 tbe contest w*s not of political importance. ! The candidates were proposed and seconded, and ad | dresserl the meeting at considerable length, entering into j a review of all the leading topics of political iuterent, and not forgetting a few personal sallres. Aft?r the elo'*eof the speech...

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PRICKS OF FLOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

PRICES OP PEOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILES. Per 100 lbs. cash; ifbooked Is, additional. i'ir*ts. Seconds. Bra'*, s. d. s, d. s. d Nicholson's ? 10 ' ?? 17 0 ..10 0 Portus'-s ? W 0 .. 17 0 ..10 0 Pearce's ? ? 1^ 0 .. 1/ 0 . 19 0 .Solomon, Vindiu, & Co.'s .. *21) 0 .. 18 0 ..10 0 Turner'* ? ? 19 0 .. 17 0 ..If) 0 Raymond Terrace ? 10 0 .. 17 0 ..10 0 Black Creek ? ? ? 1^ 0 .. 17 0 ..lo 0 Kingston's, fiingViton ? 0 17 0 ,.1U U 'Mitchell's, Dunmore ? 10 0 17 O ..10 0 Kermnde's, Dungog ? 10 0 .. 17 0 ..10 0 Darks, Clarence Town ???? I-' 0 ,. 17 0 ..10 0 Allen's, Dungog ? 10 0 .. 17 0 ..10 0 Milfield ? ? 10 0 .. 17 0 ..10 0

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Esd or the World. — The destruction of tho world, which wo, to have taken place to-day, ba» been indefinitely postponed. The earth was thin day to h»*o been shattered into fragments, by the impingement of ono of those cometary mewangers which do occadon *' Split up plaaets with thftfr playful ul!*. As boau a re, ramrtiaies, by the var.toa whale.,* and which aro supposed to fiing their baneful iaSaeaea athwart every wandering orb that happen, to glido within one hundred millions of miles of ihom- Cotaet, have always been regarded by the vulgar with Inexpress ible nwe&nd terror, and have atcobeen looked on es tho harbingers of ail sorts of erila Tho phenomena of the seasons, hurricanes, earthquakes!, volcanoes, hail, wind, and rain, droaghts, fogs, c^ltlemio. diseases, tad and good vintages, tho fruitfalnisss of' wocien.'the march of armies, tho birth of reuosnei men, the occarrence of battles, and the destruction of'eififfs,' his-e all fceaa ascribed t...

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