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FASHIONS FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

FASHIONS FOR MARCH. (Abridged from Le Fella.) We have seen at one of our principal jartiNtc'g -?oine very plegnnt boll rirvmRPS for yonnp Indies, which were composed of white tarlatan. Some hnd five or nevcn -flounce!), upon which. wore plnced a very, open' blonde,' throngh tlie holes of which were , threaded very narrow ccrUe velvet. -Others had three skirts, trimmed In a mntilni' innnnrr flhovo tho hemx, tho cerise velvet biting replaced by narrow whit* sntin i-ihhon, and the nppT skirt looped up at the sides by two large white satin rosettes. The -oiffure accompanying tho former style of dr#ss wait rpnned ofbowH, and a enchc-prigne of cerise velvet ; «itli the latter, a wreath of pink flowers, very full w.ross the bunk, with fine s|-ray« hanpl'ig from it. Tarlatan is very much worn ; it is soen in all ?.nlonn, either plain, or -with flonnccK a disposition. Patterns in npplirntion of velvet, or tarlatan -lre«so«, havo a very guod effect. The bodies arc accompanied by berthos, orna...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. The following is a continuation of our epitome ?of neira received by the Simla, extracted from English papers to the 10th of March :— . OflVBRNMEKT Emigration to VICTORIA.— There is no measure likely to be submitted to the Legislature which will be of greater practical good to the colony thin that which contemplates the /establishment of tlistinct, and, we hope, efficient agonoy for the «oleny in the United Kingdom. It is a stop the propriety Of which we have long urged, and the advantages of ?which we liave had many peculiar facilities nf wit nessing. The routine of official establishments arc but ill tsalculated to encourage the emigrant and tt«if modes »f proceeding repel wither than Attract the poor bnt honost man who desires to obtain some assistance to enablejiim to jemigrato. JVbst the in tending emigrant wants is notabundleof red-tapish looking papers. Whieli fee is to carry ithnwgh Ms native town or village as the badge of his poverty, in order to obt...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SELECT POETRY. THE PERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

SELECT -OET«T. THE TERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER. I wish I had 6 dozen pain . Of bands this very minute ; VA soon put all these things to rights— Tho verf deuce U in it I Here's a big washing to be done, '.' One pair -$. bands to do ; Sheeta.shlrts and stockings, coats and pants, .How w81 1 e'er get through HI Dime? to net for six or more, !«o1oaf left tfor from Sunday; And baby cross as he : can live He's always so on Monday. And there's the eream-ris Betting sour. And taust forthwith be churning, And here's Bob wants a button -on— Which way shall I be turning? , ?Tis time the meat was in the pot, - The bread was work'd for baking, ( The clothes: w«ne taken from the boil— Ob/dew! the baby's waking. Hush, baby, dear! there, husb-sh-sh; I-wish he'd sleep a little, . ., ,.-., Till I eouldrun and get some wooq, , . To hurry np that kettle. Oh dear j if P ? comes home, Attd finds things in this pother, Htfjl jnst begjii to tell me all Abont his tidy mother 1 How nice her kiteben nsed to be, Her...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CIRCUIT COURT. NISI PRIUS CASES. TUESDAY, MAY 26. (Before a special jury of four:—R. Cribb, H. Bulgin, R. Cannan, and R. J. Coley.) O'SULLIVAN v. PLANNAGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

CIRCUIT COURT. {From the M. B. Courier.) Nisi Pbiub Cases. Tuesday, Mat 26. (Before a special jury of four :— R. Cribb, R. Bul gin, R. Canaan, and R. J. Coley.) OVULLIVAN H. PLAKMAOAN. This was an action ou a promissory note for £100, Tor goods sold'. Mr. Milford appeared for plaintiff. The case was undefended. The plea put in was, that the defendant had made the note without any consideration, for the accom modation of the plaintiff. There were two other counts to the plea. Verdict for the plaintiff. NICllOL V. SANDERSON. An action on a promissory note for £10.5. Mr. Priug appeared for the plamtill'. There was no appearance for the defendant. Verdict for the plaintiff for the full amount. MACDONALn V. MPIIAN. (Before a special jury of fonr: — N. Bartley, S. Doig, H. Bulgin, and R. Davidson.) This wax in action for the sum of £3G 13s. 8d., balance of an account due for hotel expenses con tracted by the defendant. The plaintiff1 is Mr. J. Maedonal'd, hotel-keeper, of Ipswich, mid tho...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The ?Rfilor muhet it to be understood, that irhiU every reatonahle latitude trill be allowed, lie does not identify himself n-ith the opinions expressed in the correspond enee published in thin Journal. AU letters which appear wider this heading are written by parties en tirely unconnected with the management of the Paper.'] Sih, — Shortly after the arrival of our present Governor, and on almost tlie first occasion of his addressing a public meeting on the state of the thoroughfares of tho colony, he made use of an ex pression which platform oratory has since hackneyed, and which bears about ns much likelihood of beinp realiied hb the professions of patriotic service of his Excellency's servile imitators. ' 'To cover the whole colony with ft network of railway*' «m the trite repression of his Excellency, and, I doubt not, was his most earnest design, but the men in whose hands lay the can-ring out of this magnificent plan had ho more intention in doing «o than...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CULTIVATION OF COTTON. (To The Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

THE CULTIVATION OF COTTON. ( To the Editor of the Times.) Sir, — I took occasion some little time ago to repre sent to you that cotton would bo grown in some parts of Australia, and that Government had been applied to on the subject, but without nnv satisfac tory result. My idea was that convict labour could be brought to bear upon the cultivation of cotton in Morclon Bay, for example, where there is to be found tho requisite moisture which is wanted in India. Since I addressed you on this subject the following remarks in the Sydney Herald, of December 1st, 185G, have come to hand, and I append them fur the information of those who take an interest in the matter: — ' We have been favoured with a sample of cotton grown by Mr. John I\iiiton. formerly a member of the Lcgiglativ« Council, and now living at Ipswich, iu tlie district of Morcton Bay. ' Having shown this sample to anveral gentlemen whoso experience and judgment in cotton as an articl£~of wnnmcrec nre undoubted, we nve enabl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY MAY 27. £50 CASES. (Before his Honor Judge Milford.) BOWSE v. M'CORMACK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

SUPREME COURT. ? ? Wm-NBBI)AV MA¥ 27,. £60 Casks. (Before his Honor Judge Milford.) D0WSK V. W'oOttMACK. This was an action to recover tlie sum of £10, for good* sold mid delivered. - Mr. Itoberfai ai-poarcd for plaintiff. There was no defence filod.. ' ' . Verdict for plaintiff. ..'„ ,1IOWSK II. STEWAttT. . An action for £18 On. !9d., for goods sold and de livered. Mr. Roberts for plaintiff. The case was undefended. Verdict for plaintiff. kkwas v. annex. ? ' This van an action for £0 Us. Od., balance of an Accouut for work' done. I Mr. Bawlins apueared for plaintiff. ' I A defence hod been put ou record, but there was no appearance for defendant. The plaintiff, George New as, who is a blacksmith, deposed that he hail engaged to work for the de fendant at a rate of £8a week, and that ho continued ih his service for twenty-eight days, when, finding some difficulty in procuring bis money, he left off work. He had recei ved from time to time £3 ISs. Cd. from defendant. Thomas Hoiikins ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

NOTICE. THE undersigncd begs to inform tbe public, that in consequence of some damage received to the   Boiler Seat at the Saw Mills, from tho late flood, the Mills will not be able to rule work for three week's from this date. ' The undersigued also begs to inform the, public, that the Bremor Boiling Establislment resumed work as usual yesterday..     Bremer Steaming Establishment, May 27th, 1857. NOTICE. THE undersigned begs to inform all parties interested that Boiling-Dowu operations—     temporarily suspended in consequence of the floods— have been resumed This Day (WEDNESDAY). the Establishment bring now in full working order. R. J. SMITH. Town Marie, 27th May, 1857. For London, To Sail about the 1st July, ^ Tnu Al Clipper-Ship, GftEA T Blil £$$&. TM/AVCOO tons, W. M. Wilson, Com Jss§Sii\ mander, is now prepared to receive Tal O|Ii§p low, Wool, &c, at the Wharf, in Bris -3Sfjf$iaj* bane. Having a ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Assault.— At the Police Office, on Thursday, Billy, an aboriginal native, was brought before the Bench , charged with assaulting a native woman named Marv Ann , in South Street, on the previous evening. A person named Emily England stated, that the blackfellow came to her house and threatened the black woman, who appeared very much alarmed, and said that he would kill her. He then dragged her away, when witness saw him make three blows with a knife at her body, but could not say if he actually struck her. When she came on the verandah, she bled very much ; was quite certain as to the identity of the blackfellow. The Bench sentenced the prisoner to two months' imprisonment. Breach or the Masters' and Servants' Act.— At the Police Office, on Friday, a man named William M'Donald, a shepherd in the employment of Mr. Wilson, of the Peak Mountain, appeared hefore the Bench to prefer a complaint against the superintendent for failing to supply him with rations. The comp...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

Mr. JORDAN, T DENTIST, B&ISBAKE {LATE FLETCHER & JORDAN), Vfijlhh attend THIS DAY, at the QUEER'S Y? ARMS' HOTEL, Ipswich, and may be con eultedfroinlOtiH6. Ipiwieh Subscription Library and Beading ?''^ ?''?A . ' Boom. ' ?*^TEMBf«S trf fte «o«nm'H»e »w particularly ill reqneMted Wweet on VTEDSESDAY, at 7 80, p.m., the incjemoncy of the weather having pre ? Secretary j»w few, May80flit18%, , , ... ? Ipswich Eqnitable Invertment and Building ..i'l;,;;.;... ...v j!oidety- . ;. . , ' l^tttf Shareholders are yvpmHA to notice, that ZX'-'- *e Signal toiisT^-i«NG for '=wwment of Instalment* on Shares, mil W held at the OLD COURT HOtJSE, ' Brisbane Street, at 7 o'CUck, on the Evening of THURSDAY next. Atayttiat afiale of Shar«8 vill take place at 8 .#§&*? .?-? HENBt M. COCKBURN, «;j:- - i; ,'. ;.;;:.:'..;/ ??? ? ? Secretary. . ON SALK. FDE OO ATS. two Billys and two Nannys, per fectly quiet and domesticated, one of tiie Nannys now in milk and the other nine months old...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

DEATH.     On the 5th instant, at Dalby, after a short illness Mr. Joseph Whalla , proprietor of the Ploughman's Arms , in that town.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VARIETIES. COMMERCIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

VABIETIES. COMJPTEeiAL ITEJktS. ; H6ps:-rln hops there Is, no antmatioa, the season bdng^eafli'.bmy' At 'Braid's Asiembltea,: voum fejits:ar«::qu«ted.«tr*' fid;, ladies tfratiB^cheap If' |ood. V;T9,.e|toact-*ny sdvimce lahOps is to hoD» ^atnstjtops...... - ,.. . — ::..,.».. ? ?, -,-.-, : -Jams &d'J«nUs.~Tbe late JHqver^orls ball w«s a rsgularja!^, ind^o gefumeh were complimenfif onthelr'freauentJy^rfeMing the ladies tu's jelly. ' Metals ar;e:be*fry, jaJUhoUffb gold k looking Up at the motfth'oftUe pits; Brass is not muck -wanttij gtsnexally; although f ' tin' is in great demand by fast Pil.i^M»cji' Wanted (o throw on tJie;tfoubic'a'-; wttters'bf European politics. Cupt fa .Seal oil hit not betn so fr*qUent during tfeebot weo'tbefc, Castor oil ia a rfrvjr in the market. - ? Oatmenl./rnThero is*, great stir In this article; it is thought for stirabout, although it is dirgoult to see bow ther^. Should be such a stir about 6tiraT)0ut. Tea-t-w^^tfe^ftfraid will be Rll up the spoU...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

MISCELLAiSfl:A, : Ax AtJTHOBEae et ABBOTBFoEp— Thaentrance-hall at Abbouford is not very large, but is beaviHul. and taetefulty bang with armour, astiers, .-weapons..' nhS intRreattno- riillcc from manv lands^ But after, the guide pointed to a glass case, which conU^ned the suit of clotbwldBt worn by Sir Walter, I saw nothing besides in this apartment. These broujrbt the picture of the grand old »an. from down and broken before, his 1 time, with wondrous vividness before me. ,1 could see him as be totterrd sbout his grounds, or sat in -the shade of aomo favourite tree. . with his faithful Willie Lnidlaw— the great arml-Ught in his eye dimmed with docpening mJsti,. asd bif gigantic, genius shninkvn into a babe's bounded aud bewil dered capacity. I cpuld see on his worn brow the troubled struggle of memory and thought, in his eves the fitint momentary gleaming of the old in-. spir«tion ; but bv the street, mournful smile of his wan lips. I could see— ah 1 nothing more.- for the real t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUGGLING, WIZARDING, AND SIMILAR, PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

JUQQLIKG, WIZ4RDTVG. AND SIMILA.lt. PHENOMENA. In this mechanical age, the old and venerable art of conjuring assumes a mechanical form ; you may buy at a toy -shop a box of conjuring tricks., as they are culled, but the name is a false one. for its real meaning ie to perform by means of magio or spiritual agency, what all modern conjurors) who arc not conjurors, do by mechanical apparatus, 'ilius, fur instance, you may buy, for five shillings,' the trick of shooting* a handkerchief and a bunch of keys into a common bottle ; and for the same sum , you may havd the trick of the hat, from which, after showing it to be empty, you take feathers, flowers, oranges, a lire rabbit or gufnea-pig, &c. The- appa- ratus for shooting the watch on the target coRta from £2 to £0 ; for firing a watch on the crown of a hat £1 15*. ; for firing a bullet from a pistol into a lemon or orange, £1 Ie., or 10s. 6d. ; ft telescope uf divination, to describe a variety of articles that nave been hidd...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOMINATION VERSUS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

K0M1NAT1ON VEItSUS ELKCTION. (From the Hvrtton Ban Free Pr'eu.) . 'When,' h fortnight ago. we announced the forma tiqnof a 'Local Bbard of Works, and the contemplated spbolritnient of a committee of two fr^m-mmong the 1nnaMtai-U of each town for the purpose of directing the jbiffenditure of the street groats, we expressed a hops 'that: the cititens would be.- aiioved to make their' Wn election. Since then, it hns transpired that the' Brisbane committee is to be nominated hy Captiiftr'Wickham, and that the Ipswich1 committee irtobs appointed by the inhabitants themselves. TSif it' a difference which common fairnesn aione sbonld have prevented, and it is a singular fact thai no Yeaion ha!) been assigned fgr the distinction. It appears to have arisen out of the bungling pro pe'naittt* of ttie officials at head quarters, for, upon inqufryi we cannot team siiiy cause. It is true that the «Um to be laid out in eaoh town is small when compared with the amount of work to be performed, but,-...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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A STEAM-BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

A STEAM-BOAT RACE. Everyone has heard of the. steam-boat races which occasionally iwcur un tho American lakes and rivers. A yearly losB-of 'life alarming in amount is the con sequence of these competitions ; and some attctniits have been made by the legislature to put a stop to them. To check the go-a-bead propensities of Jona than, however, would be a matter of no'smsl! difficulty— be is fast in everything : and the follow ing scene may furnish some 'idea of the extremes to which'tlie principle is sometimes carrier! : — , The ScrertUr wits a vsssel belonging ro I,oui8*ille, having « cargo of wild Kentuckians aud other passengers on board, among whom was an old lady who, having bought a winter stook of bacon, .pork Ac, was returning to her home. The Buriter was a 8t. Louii boat; having on board a lot of wild baokwoodsmen. &e. The two rivals met at the confluence of the Ohio and the Missislnpt. Beat or burst was the alternative.' Victory bUDg ip one scale ; In (ho other, defe...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HEAD OP THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY. The nationai characteristic of broad humour which so generally distinguishes the natives trf the ' sister Isje,' doe* not ooom to desert them by their natura lisation in the transatlantic states. The following colloquy lately took place between one of the American census agent*, and the wife of an Irish emigrant:— 'Who is the head of this family!' ' That depends on circumstances. If before eleven o'clock, it's me. husband. U' after eleven, it's mesolf.' ' Why this division f ' 'Bocause, sfther that hour he's dhrunk as a piper, aud mus.b!e to take care of himself, let alone his family ' 'What is Ms age?' 'Coining uizt Micn&elmaB he will lack a month of hemgas owlil asFinn«j-an. Yon know FtnneganfS ' No, I don't know Piuuegan, and if I did it would not help matters. I» your itoxband un alien?' 1 ' Geh, thin, hie's ailing intirely. Ho has rheumatics worse uor owld Donnelly, who v&n tied double with them.' ' How many wale members have you in the f...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

It is respoctfnhy requcfUsd, that AdrertisemB^ts. be sent in xo* LATEttthnn fioTlbck, Monday jEveW inp, »nd that the kdiiber of iKstefcTioss be written oil each, AiivertiKoment, or they Swlil bo' continued ilntil TountermandBd, andcliarged accordinfJf .- ':

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC MEETING. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

PUBLIC MEETING. ' STRRRT IMPROVEMEKTS. In our last issue ire published merely the result of the I'ublic Jlucting held at the Court House On Monday, tha 1st instant, and we now furnish roadcrs «-itb n report of the jBtieechcs delivered on the oc casion. The Police Magistrate, occupied the chair. . The Chairman said that the objocKof thu meeting was to L'n.iblc tlu iuliaVitauts to appoint two .of their .number to act with Iiim in the dii.-ctioii at the expenditure of the inonay devoted by Pariiarnoiit towarilii the repair of tha strsets of the' town. ? Iu * order t h it this mi^Ut hi accomplished in .1 prnpsr m uiiii'r, hi- had. written to .the ttov.Tum Jiit-Itosid^nt, r^qimstiiiT; th.it Mr. BuBerts, th~. Surveyoi'of Uimds. ^h.iul.l be directed to iv.ndnr his assistance iu the preparation. o£,a pl.-m for tlie formation of a good road- way over that p.-irt, of tho town' Bttuatld in Kast Strott, nt the spot where it crosses Iiitnesiona . Streiit, «'it!i«mt any iinpedinjent to tha future...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

THE H0&TH ATTSTRAm^ Jl'SfVJCN, TfJRSnAT, SUKM 9. 185T, We take advantage of the earliest opportunity to con-tict nn eironeoae impressibn that pre vailed at tbe public meeting held on the dit institnt. i o tlio effect : that the Sobvevoro^ ItoADB had l)ean ttppojuted to supcriiitend tiie repair of t1?e *tfeetei|i BfisbanCj nhd tV»t Kb Eol»BHTa';-lu(,ipfe aro to bp -n»nfihod cxduHivelifr to tiiV #^pn:%iai?-^uii- vt ?m^i0\m tfiGrti\i$M& ?tk?in 'tiie iis'tgt?bi;^^i|^^^ aud lie wiIi|»nyo«oihiiigMirlwS#ieiiy t!? $S»Si$i ti»e sfworfi in eiH^r 'tit.*4lwi!t'tttHmS^ ;.etRte? €|.pvi!i5SfkES4'-ltBsiti|Mr.t JiaS'i^kctt*/lt1le t6SJ)61ot-_j Uility \i^ouiiiu\Rc\f CT^itttoiiiMfiv^fl^^t^^j uient of irtr^ct$\j3«taBi^ftat Bmbane/iBnil I -???''.. ?.**?»«; ;-,-™-**0 '' - ? i1 .'?{*t,i''- t*M,*u*':j«^ die ighft&t&tf, it aeetaa, have quietly ao quiaraea in his jCrrangeinents ; sUoh being the me, 'it if not/of 665Wt out barinens to interfer*. We may obaef te', JwWeVer, that t...

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