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A Distinguished Visitor. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

A Distinguished Tisltorr i ? Ai»KtAiDB; Tuesday 3iighfc- j Among tho pai-liaincntary visitors to-day was Mr. ChargesTicvelyan. son of Sir George Trevelya'n, Macanlay's nepbevapd Jbfogrsg»ber.^ /?

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

j Port Pine Professional ' and Business Directory* A DELAIDS S iEAMSHIP COMPANY, JlL- Sfiip&wnars, ate., Ellen-street, • D. B. Younfs Manager. BRADLBY&SHEBlDANVBooiKanu* ; facia rere,clc.,Alexander-litres t.tJ. B. Gould, Meoagor. BA.DSNOCH, J., Baker and Confectioner, .Ellen-street.' ABRiEB HOTEL, Kll'B-filwet. W. fe .Wallace, - Proprietor. rHiR108i&&0SS; 3. F., Importers and \j General Drapers.- El!sn-stre®t. - e&ANCSY & Co.-. HomasopathicDiapemary and Lift Drop* Dspot, Weterwork;town. £jOTTLB, W CtshBrapsr, Ellen-scree. /"10RNI--H, B., Bo»k»*lIer, Stationer, sad \j - Newsagent, KHen-slreet. pOTl'LE, 8, C., Ironworker, etc., Alex* - aader-streel. DE SILT BE: & MAGOR, Solomonloiyn, , Chaff and Wood Merchant?. ., T\UNCAN, J., Solicitor, etc.,=■ Alexander* i/ street. TILETT^ .R., Watchmaker and Jeweller J. Ellen-street. EEDERALBOOT COMPANY, ;poeft ~ Manufacturers, Ellen-street.: p\ BEY, Fred, - Auctioneer^ Commission \X -Agent, &...

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Court of Disputed Returns. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Court of IHsntitrd Returns. Avelmok. Tuesday Kurt it. Parliament to-day, /elected , the Hon. J. If. Howe a member; «f tlie Court of Disputed Hetums in place of the late lion. Dr. Camp he! J. !

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Girl who Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Tfce Sal wto'Stasfces. Blus-ius are: of "several varieties.. The e's tlie modest blo>h, the angrv. flush, the joyful blush, and the. shameful blasl). Girls blush ori all sorts of occasions. /Some of tbemare continually blnshing, while others never even "so mrich as-have a decent colour. The girl that blushes is generally pretty young, iosnaHy; be tween 14 and 20,-: and she is then passing I Itrbiigli' possibly tiie most critical part of her career. The organs that compose her womanhood are at that tsine^-assuming their proper pi-opoi tioiis, pnd beginning to fulfil their vari ius fuiietions. During l his.period great care must be 'taken as to the general; health of the individual. Pages upon page's have ! been wi-itt^n" apon this .subject, and. yet We see everywhere pale, pasty-: compfexioned girls whose looks: and languid actions show .plainly the Weakness of their entire System. this critical period the digestive"; organs must be kept in thorough working order, and no waste mat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

THE Steers of th&Ui»»UI aailfrojaPort Pine aa follow* (circumstances fmt f} S.S.DAWIV POBT AC60STA , r Friday. Kor. II .. PoS^l>ELAU>B 5 (PassseuprrB and Care?.) VAKKS-To P03T AUGUSTA, Saloon, 13s. ®. STEKRAGE. 7«.Sd. , -: <r«, WKET ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20»- bteerag®, S Edithbargh «d A^la^taettoWFirfe, 33a Regular Fortnightly Service. To „ ) S.S. ERA SBLBOCBHB ■ STDSST,. ■ , NEWCASTLE urf a« QUBEKSLAKD Porta WYfE.—£fl!6n) Discount *S Steerage fares to - Queensland Ports. West Australian Gold ftefds. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. SATUBDAY, _ No*. 19. to 1 S-S.QABO. ALBANY ^r ^ r Friday, No*. 11 FRSBANTLB , J ' hnenm:fc»kea ris^t throng* AllFrti^t»*ad Pawwggr fares art Lowest Bates. COAL. GO At. COAL. j. ii P-ffjMi ftiwi ^fViiTBith'g COAli SS'SiSi" •»'" «»»"■ U^g4Uw tanks .Bdlroo-tark Spokes for sale at J»wes*pTiess^ particulars on application to Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' Proprietary, LIMITED. . i:ilc0-sireet, Port Firm. i The Adelaide .Steamship Com...

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Mems for Home Managers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

A little powdered washing soda ap plied on- a da<ttp flannel will snccess fully polish tin ware. Keep your kid boots, in good con-; dition by. rubbing them once a week or ten days with castor oil. This will render theca delightfully sufc to wear; andprevenfc them from cracking. When washing - brightly colored cottons add a: little vinegar to the rinsing water. This will present the coiois fi-om running. ! New socks -and stockings should always be washed before being worn. In the first piate it is said to make them last longer; and in the second, it prevents risk of injury to the feet fioat the coloring. BLUNT SCISSORS Sharpen .them by . opening them and moving backwards and fornarda on a piece of glass. The stem of a wine glass is suitable ; it sha pens the binntest sci.»sirs. and can be repeated .when nece?s.u*y. In the Consular Journal of Aagast 4, Consul Finn advi.-es emi grating Englishmen to try 1 he south of Spain, b 'fore going faiihi r afield. " I still adhere.'" ...

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Good Milkers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

The publishers of the Melbourne Leader offeredprizes for the best milkers shown at the late- National, Show in that city. The test was the cow that made the iriost bolter at one milking.' All .the competitors were milked at 6 p.m." on~the.3ight-befofe the award, and were again milked a' noon next day; they bad thus eighteen honrs' milk. The three; placed animals came out as follows:— . lbs. milk to lbs. mSk. lbs. butter. : lbs. batter. No. 1 ... 39 2.49 • 16.64 No. 2 ... 35 2.19 16.00 No. 3 ... 38 1.96 * ^ 19.33 To further test the cows they were again milked about six hours later when they gave— -lbs. aiik. lbs. batter. No. 1 ... .!. 11 1.27 ! No. 2 ... ... Ill 1.61 . No. 3 ... 12i 0.8* ; No. 1 thus gave a return of oOlbs. of milk and 3.76 lbs of batter for 24 hours, equal to 26£ lbs. per week No. 2 was ahead l»y . the second test, having given -over 46f lbs. of milk and 3.80 lbs. of butter for the 24 houis, equal. to a lit tie, .over. 26| lbs. per week; No. 3 gave SO^lljs. of milk...

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A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

<4 2&emes1s&'&9 Bse§¥e?y &om Ooatumptioa, m its Last Stages. The proprietors of Life Drops have re ceived a conmiR-iication from Mrs. Eda Oxltde, ofwhich the foltowing is a ttue cop?:— About five years ago I fell into a decline and became gradually worse, till at last I began to cough up Wood and matter. Becom ing aWratd I consalted Dr. Todd, of Ad< Liide, who &o!d mo that I BuOerel from consumption/nnd upon further: examinition informed mo that mylungswerc in a very bad state, being parlinlly destroyed by my complaint - I wj<admitted int'« the hospital, whcr<*T' ramained. for .nine: months, at the t-nd of which time -X : .was- discharged as in curable. .I thon consulted .Pi\ Clind •nnjug,, also «-f: Adelaide, under wlnise treatment I remained for three months - without improv ing in tho least; in fact the1 discharge fr.mv my lung«-became::worse Dr. Clindenning i _adri»eda ch mge of -clvnate-,, In ■ ...

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Farmers in Distress. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Farmers in Distress, AdklAsVe. Tuesday West f Coast, farmers petitioned Parliament to-dayto' extend' to I hem the provisions of the Seed Wheat Act, and for an extension of time for pay- j moots owing. " ' j

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North-Western Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

^ogtMfsstera Jc&ey Glub. The following weights have beendj clared for (1m jbove meeting which fc kes place on Wednesday next FltLST HURULB KACE, £20. ~ If miles. Zu!u... ... 11 s) ArmiJalo ... 9 8 Pelre. ... 10 i Benalong ... 9 5 SimplR 10 2 Darkie — 9 3 Let ante* ... 9 12 i Banana ... 9 0 NORTn-wissrEUN HANDICAP, JSi 'll miles. Zu'u ... ..." 9 10 i Metallic: ... . 7 4 Severndale .... 9 0 j Kjjg C.eorgj 7 -O Pishoagj J. , 8 3, Li it us ... 7 0 Petrel ... 8 Oj DISTRICT SACS. Uue mile'. £5, Zulu*.. .... 11 0 Brunswick ... 8 7 Maul ... 9 5 Eillarniy ... 8 3 Pooncarrie ;.. 9 3 Liatus ... 8 O Petrel ... 9 2(Silvermin .'7 II Pritce Alfred - 9 -OJ Jeny..-. ..._ 7 - 7 Benalong ... 8 10] ... second HUKDLB KACE. ' Oue ond a half tnile*. £15. WildHower... 11 0| Armfdale ... 9 10 Petrel .10 . 7 jlienalonj, ... 9 7 Simple Joa ... lOSILJarkie ... 9 5 Maud \ "... 10 21 Banana ... 9 2 Levanter ... 10 -.0 j Richard - ... 9 0 Flyisg Handicap, £20. 6 furlongs. Zulu 10 OjCouaiess ... ,-7'.&...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). A Heavy Fine. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

(From our o* h correspon <k-nts). A ffeavy^Floe. , , AiiEf-Aiu£, .Tuesday Night. Harry White, the keeper^of a noto rious betting house ?n Freemao-sfcreet, fined £50 io-day. ^

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Eailway Time-table. fassehsbk: Tb&iks *ju>k Poet pisib. to . Adblaibb. : To Adelaido.ria Petersburg1 and Teroffio Elian-Street Stationafc 6:50 a.m: j Central Station at 7 B.ra. , To Adalaids, y& Bly&b and Gladstosa. Elian-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra ^ tat ion at 10.3d a.m. To- Broken Hill, via Petarelsnrg and Terowio. - Ellen-Street Station* at .4.49 i p.m.; CentralStation at 4.50 p.m. ToAdelaide, Tia Petersburg, fro hi Central Station only, mixed train a4 19.59 p.m. , ARRIVALS. I - From Adelaide, Tia Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, .raized train at 4 40 a.m. From Broken 'Hill, and Terowio via Petersburg. Central Station at -1©.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m^ i From Adelaide ria Blyfch and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-streat Station at 4.55 p.m. ; From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 pan.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Pe&t and Tetegrsp^ 0@ce, Pert Pirte. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS l : Business hoars from 3.30 a. ra. till 7.30p m •: daily, except Saturdays, when it is opaa J from 8.93 a.m. till 6.30 p.m. Mosey Order 0£ce from 10 a.m; to 5 p.m. bavings Bank Agency, from 3.30 a.ra. to 7.S0 p.m., and on Saturdays till 6.80 p.m. The office ia^gen ior a quarterof an hour for tho dalivory ;of letters after the arrival of the mails overy evsniag Mails arrive and close as follows :■— UB)Ti!<. From Adelaide and: Offices < south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. * From Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. Front Petersburg and intermediate offices at 10.13 &.m. and 7.53 p.m. From Telowio and Port Germeia. at < 4 p.m. From Solomontown at 6.35 a.m., 9.16 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a on BBPA&TDBB. : For Adelaide and intermediate offices at: 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. . ForAdelaide and offices sou...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, November 9, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Commercial Report, Recorder OBice,' November 9,^1898. Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per bushel .;. . 0 2 8 Do. (Crystal. Brook).,... ...; 0. 2 ,6 Do. (Gladstone) ... .... ... . 0 2 5 Do. (Georgetown & Laura)..! 0 2 51 Flour (Country) ..V ;.v 8 10: 0 - s Do. (poller)- ... . ... v.. 9 0 .0 . Bran, per bushel... .0. 0 8 Pollard, per busliel .... .... ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel... ... .... ..I 0 3 ;0 ;Chaff, per ton: ' : i.. V.. ' 2'10 0' IHayvperton ^2 :O;'!0; , Butter (PtPirie factory) wholesale, 0., 9| - •; ; (dairy) ..... ...-, ... 0 0 8 Eggis, per'dozen,... ."... ... 0 0 7 Ham, per lb/ ... ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... • 0 0' 9 Lard, per lb. 0 0 9; Cheese, per lb, ... Vi ... ... 0 0 Onions^petfewt.'itil 0>V10 0] Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ...12 0 0i Potatoes (new), per ton ... . ;1? 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

NYMFflE, from iiam bursr.! - CAPTAIN HILLMERwill not be f, responsible fori any Debts; -ccmi t ractcd< Jgr -y- iiis-; .'-Crew. ."without ills written aufclioritv. yz* FM??PIS h. snow, ;. s^Tj'-Agend^ HAS much pIcasaiTff in intorhung t bis i»a5)yfriotids andthepnblic generally that be has commenced ALCTIONEiB; ^'CdMlS^ION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, \ WHEAT-BUYER, LAND AGEKT^- -MONSY LENDE|i, «£c.,&c.,. - . Hpnlsand Debts CoJlcci.cd. Estates Liquidated or'pnrchssed for Cash Auction epaduolc,d anywhere -■infUie Colony* ,A „ i=prepifred CASH ABY'ANCESonlJiils of Sale or Leasehold Properties "Ynrmlore, &c. '* " ' * rqpi^t.^ vOF cosHGBcr cutarges. \rjk -Call Invited. > — ji-~ .R8ED .G R-E Y. Poit^Piric. . "ST-i -rTr_ t^Te. -S. iSV V -.# ^ *•£ Bitis JJIscou nted dail^. Av-^-PSiLRGL GO. fe. >** fi'-'tORT!- X* IR IS"— * AUCTfOIf EEKS, 'ACCOUNTANT? lajT3>; tOlK, COMiflSSIOIf, StnPPING, LlF£?PIBE,,A2«I> MARIN& r. _ . ISSpSAS^E AQESTS. T, ^ VAt LUlTOll? Tv...

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Local Court, Port Pirie. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. LIMITED JURISDICTION. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M) UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

, Local EoriSirie.; Monday, November 7. Limited Jurisdiction-. (Before Stow, S.m ) * UnsamsfIteo'Judgments. ' L'blham v. Lamb.—Claim £15 18s. 9d. Defendaufc dida't^apppeari. - and Mr. Copinger, for plaintiff, asked that an order for his imprisonment for tea days be mad9. Order made accordingly. Y • . Russell v. KLErNscHMiDT.— Claim £12 lis. Mr. Scott appeared for defen dant, and said liis 'client had liad to go to Adelaide with horses, and was unable to bs presenr. He asked for An adjourn ment til! next Court day. Mr. Copinger, for plaintiff, protested against an adjourn ment; Defendant should have obeyel the summons of the Courts The S.M. declined to grant an adjournment, as defendant should have been there. Order for ten days'imprisonment. Y Haslam v. Lewis.—Claim £Q 5s." Defeiidaut did not appear, and an order, was made forJliis imprisonment for.ten days. ; Y->:'"" "~'Y' / Hasla^ y. Haktwig.—Claim &2 4s 6J. Defendant did not appear. Order for tea days'jimprisonment-. ■...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1898. The Coming Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

lite $ott ^irit ^ecevbcr. ^ • Saturday, November 9, 1898. : Tier Coaiag;;Si^ci£afc ' Elections. The municipal year! is again neaciug its close, aud the ratepayers-will soon be called tfpdn to give their attention to th&mdftdtrof nominations.; Si far aS the Mayoralty is concerned' it i s not probable that anyone will .chal lenge the present occapan^/oE : the office. Mr. Claridge has well sus tained the traditions of the Chief Magistracy of the, town so far a<J energy and attention to daty are concerned, and it is felt that -■he' has i fairly earned a second terhi. of office^ During his occupancy of the, chair the Council have , shown...praiseworthy activity in regard to the health, of - the town, and their efforts have ;resulted in improved sanitary ■ conditions. Much, of course, still remains .tov be done before . Port, Piriq. can bo . re commended as aliealfch resort^ and doubtless will until 5 th3f -town can afford to go in . for an effective system of drainage....

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

DKPARTOEES. •. MaWon JUesyw. for Port Adelaide. Not. 5.—Eiiza,.kftch, for Port. Ajlelaidd. Nov. 3.—Dawn, steamer, (Howard Smith : Line), 328 tons, E, S. Heaney, for Pert Adelaide via Port Augusta aad Edith bur^. Cargo—wool and sundries, ■-v" Wm. Homtrd Sirnttf and Socs, agent. Hot. 5.—Suecess;*fretcb;ff or Paint -Torton. Nov. 5.—Young -tiabitea-, Itetcb, forPort '"Brtoxhtoo.''•*? i*".« Nov. 5.—BritapniaV; ketch,<■* for Port Brooghton. * .. ... .<- . ; • "Nov.' 5.—Hawthorn, ketch, f»r Tick"era;| Nov. 6.-—Ariel, ketch, for Port Adelaide? . .Sov. 7,—Investigator,, sfcamejV; tons, AndersQD. for Port AdtilHide. sCai-go— wool and sundries. A.S.S. Co!, agent, s Nov< 7-—Merle, ketcb, for Point Webling. No*. 7.—Tata o*. Shauter, ketch, - -for Port Broughton. . Nov. 7.—EgrenioniCastle, steamer, (A.S. S. Co.'s, tino)i 1873 tons,-Koso^ for Sydney via Melbourne. Cargo for :r , Melbourao—718<; tons ! lead.'! 20> bags litliarge. B JLP. .Go. 8S bales W...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

^ Pott Pirw.—Latitude, 33 de«r. 11 mix. &T; Ifmio. E. ABBIVALS. i Nov. 5.—Broaghton, ketch, 46 tons, Hodg es <g man. famfifclspfc.: pq*§j&—Flux. ■ Nor. 6.—Tam it' SKahter, lefch, 15 tons. Spero, from Port Broughton. Cargo Nov. 6.—Merle, ketehr20"fdn3, Anderson, from Point Weblinj*. Cargo—Flax. Nov. 6.—Wilpena, ketch, 19 tons. Patterson, from Point Webling. Cargo—Flits. Soy. 7.—Tiger, steamer, 2116 tons, Wold, from Japan via Newcastle, In ballast. - rNor. f.T^Iiiveatijjator, steajner, ^|5f .tons, \ /'• Aiu!er®n,v"froa# ^Lcfelaidfelsii Ports OermBin and Augusta. .Cargo—150 ' JSwfr. rsketch,; ^O^ons^GyJSsll, frbm Black Kock. Cargo .rrFlux -X6v,~8.-i~TJw6li fcwtcbp ^ittfhjs/^Ivefsen. - . from Point Kiley. Cstrgo—Flux. Nop; &*—Harjr; rieiritf; - kateb^ ,10 tons, C^uclseuj froin Port Augusta, C&rgo —General. . - -.;}••*'•* ■ - Nov. 8.—Lapwing, ketch, from Port - »« BfoB<*bt»i*. Ctogo—Fins.* Nov. a.—Mary -Jane,. ketcb, ^from sPort Broug...

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An Empress's Betrothal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

■: The Empress of Aastria, Elizabeth Amelie Engem - of Bavaria, «as the yoangeft daughter of the Dnke Maximilian Joseph and Princess I Looise of Bavaria, and a coosia pb tier raother's side to the King of Bavaria. She was bora on December 24, 1837. Her early liouie, the castle of Pos «8nhofeh, %as"{sayS the Wostminster Gazette): situated on ^ the lake of Starciiberg, nofc far from Munich/and there she lived inn ideal roral fife. She freqaenf ly accompanied herfafchrr on his expeditions to the Bavarian . Highlands He .taaght her to .play the zither, an Alpine in«trament, ori which she perfoi nied as brilli.intly as upon the ■ piano. To the home , at Possenhoftin came tbeEmperorof Austria with the intention,, as was be lieved, of marrying -the eWer sister; but was so enchanted with the Pi-in cessElizabeth, that he is said; to have insisted on sitting * by her . at dinner. An Eaccount of the proposal is printed; in " Sovereigbsand Courts of. Europe": — " Towards. midnight tta was : ser...

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