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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

| ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTION. I This Day.—Wilkinson, Minchin, and Co.— , Fat cows, Pastoral Hotel yards, 12 o'clock. I Slay 20.—A. T, Bolton*—Freehold property, Axistra | Uan Hotel, 2 o'clock. May 27.—Wilkinson,- Hank, Mikcuik, and Co.— ! Store cattla. North Wag&a Yards, 1 o'clock.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

THE DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. At the hall of commerce is now completely assorted with First class Goods required for tbo present season. Blankets and Flannels are lower than they havo been for several seasons. V V - Sheeting, Calico, and Counterpanes are also selling under their value. materials FOB • ladies' ANDi,:; children's MESSES*' A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT . AT THE < ' HALL OF COMMERCE cheap and GOOD. , Dresses and Mantles made to-order. . ROBERTS,"COPLAND & CO. To Arrive in a Fow Days, EIDER DOWN: QUILTS, SKIRTS, and DRESSING GOWNS, HALL OF COMMERCE. Xiadies' and Children's Hats for the Present Season. THE LATEST--FASE10NS : AT THE lowest PRICES 1 AT STHE HA.LL of .commerce. s gentlemen's. : WINTBR; clothing:: • ■," '■■ . i'l :;>Vi \ iH-Vi.it'Vii', j"r OVECROATS, winter soits, . . v ■ ■ black' clothcoats, I TRQWSERS & vest?,- , Bcfberte, Copland, & "do; Invito inspection, their stock being largo this season, the greater portion Laving been made ! t...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

STOCK AND STATION KIOPOKTS Aj)vkutiskii Office, Friday Evening. Since writing our last„rcport we havo ex perienced fine "weather, the rain having evi dently eleared off. The days havo been sunny, tempered with a fresh and sharp atmosphere. The nights have been eold mid foggy. Still wo havo not heard of any com plaints about tho spring in tlio grass. The country is looking as green as could be wished, and the creeks, dams, and tanks, are a* full as could be desired. Tho rivers have also risen. Most satisfactory accounts have readied from all parts of this district, and those adjoining it, as to the prospects of the coming season. From Forbes we learn that there has been up. there a continued fall of rain, accompanied with wintry cold weat her ; that tho country is looking frcsli as possible. The demand for store stock, oays the Times, has not been great, but is likely to improve. At Hay, the Grazier says, tho season now being passed J)romiscs to bo a most prosperous one. The ong drou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed 011 fixed deposits at current ratcp. Drafts issued on all tlio Brandies and Agcncies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, , and Now Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, : and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. -V. WaggaWagga, •c: V . 28tli September, 18GS. TH*E COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. . : WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. ."PkEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, , U Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current RatcB, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved .Security, and all other usual Banking Busi ness .Transacted. ; The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cica throughout NEW SOUTH "WALES, : "VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, . SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, ■ - AND NEW ZEALAND. : • | Also /upon all the Principal Towns in the • ' ■ United Kingdom. I FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. : INSURANCE. TTOE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE J. ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fi...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

. MELBOUKNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cu.vra.saiiAir, and Co. report (May 10} -.—Wool. * Sinco our last report wo liavo hold a small sale by auction at which a number of small lota vcro offered, principally greasy, for which full rates wero obtained from the local feilmongers other descriptions would Jiell equally well If brought1 forward in sufficient quantities to Attract the atten tion of buyers for export, but in the absence of any Important arrivals, business Is almost stagnant. BiiEsrsciKU iiavo sulfcred a considerable decllno, priccs now ranging about Is less than those of a fort night since, dry skins ospcclally being dfilicult of sale, unless at this reduction. • Our quotations aro for greonskins 83 to Gs each ; cross-breds, to 5s Od ; dry skins, 2s Cd to 4s each ; and station (lots per lb -id to 7d. Hides.—Therois little alteration in this market, all offering being freely taken by tho. tauuers, at the following quotations, -viz., green ox hides 27a to 35s each ; cow b...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. Pat Stock.—"Demand quiet, and r,o transactions to report. Store Catk,*.—'The late rains liavo caused more inquiry in this class of stock and Vic torian buyers aro now coming forward. Wo have sold to Mr. 1J. Gray, of Wallarcgnng, i!33 bullocks for Mr. "William Marshall, of Wya long, and have 700 fine bullocks coming for ward for sale,-which we shall be glad to treat for. Store Sueep.—The demand continues good, and a largo quantity of young ewes for July lambing could bo disposed of. Wo lmvc sold, for Mr. J. J. Donnelly, of Egan Creek, 1000 withers to Mr. John Cameron, of Mundoway ;• and at Hay, in conjunction with Messrs. It. Gibson and Co., for Mr. J. 11. Icely, of Combing park, G034 mixed sheep, to Mr. \\r. Palmer, of Canoon. Stations,—There are several buyers in tho market for good properties, stocked and tui fltocked: and we have Bomo now under inspection, which we hope to close for. Fiu'eholds.—Wc sold by auction at Hay, in con...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

SYDNEY. frnoii ouit oivs connEgrosDENT.l In tho Legislative Assembly, on Monday, after tlic ordinary business had been trans acted, tho Land Act Amendment Bill was considered in committee, and on clause 6 being proposed, a long debato ensued upon the support of duiuinyism, which this clause :JJ was more especially inteuded to effect, it re quiring every applicant for land to make a declaration that tho land was required for his own express use and benefit, and not either directly or indirectly for the benefit of others. To this clause sorao of the opposi tion, consisting of Messrs. Parkes, Lloyd, S. C. Brown, Farnell, Cohcu, Macintosh, Sutherland, Meyer, Gray, Piddington, and Cohen objected, principally on the grounds that it would be no real safeguard in tho manner intended, whilst no man had a light to be convicted of making a false declar ation with respect to anything that he had to do iu future ; and whilst any person. might make a declaration with tho full in tention of carryi...

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HILLSTON (LACHLAN RIVER). [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

HILLSTON (Laciilak lilVEIl), Tl'ltOJI OUIt OWtf COKUESroNDENTl. Resumption of (ho Willaudra Creole cut ting, has giveu employment to upwards of sixty men. These operations are in a Bense to deviate the waters of the Lachlan from their natural course, and throw the valuable aqua down the creek to iiU the tanks and watcr-lioles with,- if possible, a constant supply. Tlio Willandra tends in a north* west direction, aud if the project bo success ful, will be the means of reclaiming a large tract of country hitherto lying in waste. The undertaking has been projected by a number of neighbouring squatters, aud the contract will tnaUo an expenditure of £15,000. The Willandra is about 30 miles above Hillston on the north bank of the river. The Mount Hope copper mines holds out every indication of prosperity if only the Company would throw olF their somuolont apathy, aud use Btrcnuous efforts to raise the ore. This week ten bullock toams passed up to bring down to Hay, en route for Ade laide,...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

.PASTORAL, MEMS. . Owing to the late arrival o! the Albury mail last night, we were unable.to publish the Melbourne live stock reports in this issue. : Against all anticipations, the sale of Mr. M. H. Devlin's cattle on Thursday by Messrs. G. 'A. Elliott and A. T. Bolton, was not so successful as it should have been, cousidcriiig the quality of the stock offered. We learn that ,700 prime store bullocks belonging to Mr. John M'Kenzie, were last night nt Mr, Comans7, Combannirig, en route to ■ Wngga. for sale. ' W. Ii. M. and Co.', agents. * Messrs.. W. H. M. and Co. report the following sales ;—1000 wethers for Mr. J. J. Donnelly, Egau Creek, to Mr. John Cameron, Muiidowy; 248 bullocks for Mr. W. Marshall, Wyalong, to Mr. B. Gray, Walleregang; G634 mixed Bheep for Mr. J. U. Icely, Carcoar, to j\lr. M. Palmer, Coonong. A Sydney firm have disposed privately of Messrs. Bell and Hyde's Umbercollie station, Darling Downs district, Queensland, with about 12,000 sheep, aud 100 cattle, store...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

JTBMS OF NEWS. Tub Australian Joint Stock and Com mercial Banks notify elsewhere, that they will be closed oil next Monday, (24th>inst.), it being the Queon's Birthday. Monday next, being the 5Gth anniversary of the natal day of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, will be observed by the loyal people of Wagga as a general holiday, all the Banks aud places of busi ness being closed in honour of the event. In the matter of amusement and recreation there will be during the day the little race meeting at Mrs. Tower's, Alfred Town, aud in the evening the annual Tea Meeting in connexion with tho Weslcyan Church will be held in the church. After tea a public meeting will take place, presided over by Mr. Edivard Holloway. At -this addresses will be delivered and selections of 3acred music rendered. Tickcts of admission 2s Gd each, children under twelve half-price. The race programme will be found in our adver tising columns. Considering the importance of the mat ter, we again draw ...

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GRENFELL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

GRENFELL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) At the aimual Easter mooting of members of the Church of England, Messrs. Bolton Stiff, and Miller, were elected "Wardens, but owing to Messrs. Bolton and Stiff Dot being pew-holders, a protest was then forwarded to Bishop Marsden against their election, as being contrary to the provisions of the Church Temporalities Act. The Bishop has sustained the protest, by declaring the election void, and in their stead he has nominated Messrs. D. Pyne and J. B. Wood. Mr. Miller being a pew-holder his election stands good, but he has since re signed. The decision of the Bishop in this matter being opposed to tho will of the ma jority of the congregation has given great dissatisfaction, and is likely to lead to a con flict disastrous to the Church in this town. -Messrs. Bolton and Stiff are not pew-holders, for the very good reason that they object to the renting of pewB on principle, but are active members of tho Church, and contri bute largely towards i...

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

ALBURY. (FJtOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The rain having ceased, the weather be coming line, and the farmers busy in their usual toils, the entire aspect of things is altered for the better, and, as may be expected, joy and cheerfulness have taken the place of tnoroseness and despondency. The late rains have covered tho .entire breadth of the Murray," which is now to one-third its bank height. Some time ago thero was great acknowledgements made to tho Government of the day for their generous graut in the erection of a wharf, with a large crane, for tho convenience of loading and unloading vessels plying from Albury downwards. The train has superseded the steamboat, and iu consequence the uraue is left there as a monument to tho thoughtless expenditure of tho people's money. A few years ago the ; crane was turned to public account, in a manlier which seemed to mo very disrepu table. I follow Johuson's Dictionaey in using this word. The use I allude to was that from it dangled the effig...

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CALENDAR.— MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

CALENDAR.— M AY. - Days of Week. Su.v. Rises Sets. Moon. Rises Sets. a M. II M. A It. r.ar. 1 Saturday .. r; , . ' •,*< 35 20 1 28 2 30 Sunday . IS, 3G 18 2 35 3 5 . 3 Monday ' . 0. 5 •87 17 3 13 3 35 •1 Tuesday .. .. 0 37 10 4 62 4 0 Wodnesday ,.; , 0' 38 5 •15 0 6 4 41 G Thursday 0 38 .14 •7 22 5 20 7 Friday .. , .. 30 13 8 39 G 7 8 Saturday . .V •-* > 40 5 12 0 62 7 4 9 Sunday .. : .. 41 5 11 10 57 8 '7 10 Monday .. ' .. 0 "42 5 10 11 53 .9 15 11 Tnesday .. ... ' G 43 5 0 1233 10 24 12 Wednesday^ .V 0 43 5 0 1 14 11 30 13 Thursday ..' ' ' 0 44 5 8 1 40 — 1-1 Friday I. ' v i, 0 u 5 h 2?12 12 38 16 Saturday : .. 0 40 5 G 2 3G 1 32 10 Sunday ... 0 40 0 3 1 2 23 17 Monday i 0 47 5 6 3 25 3 22 IS Tuesday ' '.. 0 48 5 . 4 3 52 4 10 19 Wednesday ; M,' 0 "4S1 5 4 4 20 5 1G 20 Thursday ... ... 8. 40 5 3 4 M 0 14 21 Friday.. .. ' .. , ... 0 60 5 .2 5 36 7 12 22 Saturday ■ •• .'I 3 50 5 0 21 8: o 23 Sunday • ..; .... .. G 51 5 •1 7 14 0 5 2J Monday S 52 0 8 11 9 58 Tuesdny . ....

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

APPRO A GIIING LA ND SA LES. | ! Crown lands have been advertised in the j Government Gazette, for sale at the under I mentioned placcs and dates :— I Aluury—Friday, June 11; Wednesday, June 23, Baluanald— Monday, Juno 21. ! Corowa—Friday, May 28; Monday, June 21. • i Denilkjuin—Saturday, May 22; . Friday, May 28; I Monday, June 7 ; Monday, June 21. ! Forbes- Monday, June 7. Hay—Friday, Juno 4. . Jehildkrie—Saturday; .May 22 . ■{ Ukan a—Tuesday, M^iy 25; Wednesday, May 2C ; Friday, May 2*; Friday, June, 11; Saturday, June 12; Wednesday, Juno 23. - . - - • • - - Wagoa Waooa—Friday, June 4; Monday, Juno 21. • Younu—Monday, June 7.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, May 14. LONDON, May 15. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC' NEWS. : [ASSOCIATED Pit ESS TELEGRAMS.} LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON, May 11. LONDON, May 15. (FROM OUR OWN CCmltESPONDBNTS.) SYDNEY, Friday Nirut. At an inquest held to-day on a coloured man, supposed to have boon garotted, a verdict of .wilful murder was returned. Mr. Macquarie, shipbuilder, has called a meeting of his creditors. The Comptroller General has re ported in favour of the employment of prisoners for the construction of the harbour at Trial Bay. The balance-sheet of the Sydney Hunt Club shows that the funds of the Club are in a satisfactory state. The Torres Straits Mail Company have decided upon providing larger steamers in order to meet the require ments of increased business. The Assembly is to-niglit discussing Mr. ridding ton's Immigration resolu tion. Mr. Buchanan moved an amend ment, referring the question to the Government. The Assembly has passed a Supply Bill for May. Prime beef, 2Gs. Gd. per 100 lbs; medium, 23s. 56-lb wethers, 13s. Gd. to lis. Wool, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

Notices. L F 11 25 D TOWN RACES. To bo run on the Alfred Town Course, on 24th MAY, 1875. Judge- -Mr. H. G. Lintott, Stewards—Messrs. C. Brentuall, M. Don nelly, and P. Lintott. 1st Race—Maiden Plate of 5 sovs; for all horses that have never won an adver tised prize; 1^ miles. 2nd Race—Handicap ofGsovs. for all horses; 2 miles. • ^ 3rd Race—Hurdle Race of G govs, for all horses, to be handicapped ; twico round the course ; the jumps not to cxceed 3 feet 9 inches in heignfc, 4th Race—Selectors' Purse of 4 sovs, with a sweep of 5s. for all horses the dona fide property of selectors three months prior to the dato of the race ; once round and a distance ; 12 at. up. 5th Race—Hurry Scurry. A. J. C. Rules adhered to as far ns prac ticable. Entrance 74 per cent.on amount of prize. Qualifications 10 per cent; to non*subscri bers to the amount of 10s. Three entrances or no race. The decision of the stewards in all cases to be final. FREE LUNCH ! ALL DRINKS, 6d/ ttb.w H. M, POWER. JOHN BENTLEY...

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THE Magga Magga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

■■ ■■ ' ' "'This in troo liberty, when freeborn mon,. Having to advise the public, may speak flreo." Milton. SATUBDAY, MAY 22, .1875. MiscAJiniAGi; of justico at the hands of presumedly enlightened jurors has become bo common a , social curse that sensible people have given up in despair all ideas ■. of being astonished, far less shocked, -\ritli any verditt, bo it ever so monstrous. This state of despondency and holplessness, however, lias happily not-as yet been reached as regards those who honour themselves and the country, blessed by their presence, by composing that, august tribunal;known as the Execu tive Council. . But, if wo are to judge from an item of news which has'' just readied us, the day is not far distant when the, latter body will rank in* the same category as the former—in that category whose sole individuality lies in its not being; able to discern between right and wrong. We allude to the information which' has been, forwarded respecting the murderer, "William;; ...

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GIGANTIC COLONISATION PROJECT. (South Australian Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

GIGANTIC COLONISATION i PROJECT. CSouth.Axisevtdiaii]Renislcv..,) \ ! 'DSr'-'bfd 'friend"' iiiautonantfCoionol Palmer, whoso brain seems to bo always busy with some scberpq .for the furth'e'rabfed17dfJ! Sbutll'1 Atiiiralmb' in'-' terests, writes thus to Mr. John Hanco, sen., upon a comprehensive project for, ^qlonisiug; .intertropical i Australia1:! 4— " The, (follpw.iijgf ,pi-.939^tioij, lis, ,a^ present under the earnest considera tion of the Earl of Carnarvon and tho authorities at the Colonial Offico, par ticularly of his Lordship's private Seqrqtyry, tMji.! Hoi'bort; who Ssi (toll eqnyofpppb .^rithj iQueenslfipfl^tbo^fJior-... ^lidrn Territory of Australia, and WeBtern Australia; the object being to promote tho prosperity of the northern coasts and Australia gene, ljallyvIrln.ltfi'e ififsfc' Jplnct?,' tt! 'WbgH suggested by Admiral Pullen and my self to form froo ports nt Port Darwin like Singapore, nud ports to be formed tit the,ii)Ouths of tho Victoria: Riffii', ljuii'tliug'i...

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LONG WOOLLED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

LONG- WOOL I-IS D SHEEP. A "Subsoribor" dating bis letter from Wnryrifiipbpol,*, ;ju Victoria^ vwratoaicjn thei.-fblr^qij^cl; in tlijjl as follows : — As a breeder of long-woolled Bbeep ;for tbe last twolve years, I notice with pleasure that your fartnora are beiyiii ining to find" £ufc tjiej? necessity of possessing thaj ola^a | of sh'epp in order to carry on farming in its most paying form. There is 110 doubt that with the class of sheep you mention— viz., tbe orpsa tyetweetj the,J^incoln ram aiid tho* Morino o'lvo—-tlfoy wbuld find ^bomselves iu pocket to a considerable extent as soon as they began to work up to something vJikq ^ .well-bred animal, not alono by wliat '-they would !muke by the sale of wool nnd mutton, but also by the valuo put into tlioir land,in,.tho;pbape, of ip,ariitro,i.evenly: distributed, which this breed.,o/ ^hepp, owing to its quiotness, is famed lor. I have ti'iod all breeds for crossing, and find none to equal, for a farmer's sheep, to tho cross between ...

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MR. DALLEY ON WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

MR^m,L'ritir,oN wb'iiiEN; 4110 loiiowmginent littitrspoecU'was / made by our present Attorney-Gonoral at ;thp. banquet recently given 'to.-'Mn '•\W^Mncl6ay;:^l>eHo;nrW.-B.;Dj(Jje^' said' thqre,was /perioii of, one's'life Lames"'. jnyeatodi io.ua sowewbat with, on air of ridicule. .Itwas. that period when one becoinpscon^ciou8;thot,youth has flod, that sensibility' is blunted, and that life is not 'so lorely- and fascinating as it was twentyybars;agdi (Great '.laughter < and'cheers.) But' there are somo forturiato' ''iiaftirbsj which equally dofy age and ridicule, wrinkles and sneers, and'pfoservo their gaiety'of heart to an advanced poriod of life.,, ,(,Ifeuew,ed/I|.]ciugl}tpj^.>.qtyd cheers.)1'' Ho l'lad1 always' aBpirocl' to be of this privileged "company, and they were i'osolvtd to ' (jnrol him therein. (Cheers,). Ho returned thorn thajijj|a;;fot;,;'.the: ;la<3iopj ■ iiln such ox; i peditions as this, going forth on 'peace ful conquers,1 iibd'to'win in...

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