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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

IMPOUNDINGB, iACCOHUS BIARSH.-Inpounded on the 28th Septembur, by Messrs, Green and Blirt, trespass Gd. oach. bLhenut mare, star, broken hobble on.. tff foro foot, 27neir cheek, like Al off shoulder,' Buly or brown horse,' saddle, collar and spur imarked, like ) faint over 2, gnear ahouldor. It not clainted.aud. epeuses.paid, to be sold on :0th October. Wx. A?sn?usooN, P'orundkeeper. `WYNDHAM.-Inuqidufiduil on : 17th October, by Mtmtangrs of Littl River -and Duck Ponds Farm?iors' Common, trespass 9d. Chesnut minOe, star, and- white spot' on nose, 3 or I Ma near shoulder (the ao. running into the M), shod all::. round. If not claimed and oepouses paid, to be sold on 13th November. FiuseruorIo RYIDAN, Poundkeeper.' IBALLAN.-Impounded at 1allhru. Shire Pound, 16th October. Black nmre, star and snip, likeFK " nearly under 3M (round-tolpped M) near shoulder, X off shouldor. If not claimed. aund expenses pald,..,, to bd sold on 13th Nov~rbrhur. SY. Coo rU, Poulld . keeper,

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BALLAN SHIRE ENGINEER. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

IHALLAN SHIRE ENGINEER. S ''o ite Editor of 1the Thpress, S1alnl feel obliged if you will allow me Y ºueo Npo in ye* columnsl to answer " Ranto. II'e" ltter, which apIpI)oIrd in the 0a(lrdilLan of S12th inst., "and likowis one( in the1.110 sallo r i nil onl the 10th inst., front Mr. IKelly, Shier Stnore of Iallaan, in whllich ho anys he is unawaro S1110 1fn o0' addrCos of the IIIthor of the lotter . iac " l;ate1ayer." I find 1111 not aingular in i I . lly tihe, Crodit of being thie althor of llat letter. 'lhunking fill I and others do, it is r niIuInll1(;si to H) MIr, Kelly thnlkilng hillmseOlf ('r 114a o'n ousiaon. I have heard of peou)le t, hir own trllllpet, b111, this se0011 a Itup &t w unc somnething like I blo winO g two tt1n1)p1o1 t 1u 0 11110l time, It is to bo hoped they mIIay not It to ho cow's hornIl I 1 130a' to " Ruta1pyer," whln he says that 0 Coli6, in their mlagnlni nity, have inernaaed 1ry of th(eir Enjlgineer £75, woulld 1r011r0k 4 all lltt payr" ovidently ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

00RRESPONDENO , I are not responsiblo for the opinioina Cpreased by our corrcspoudents.] T'ilE DUKE OF EDINBURGIL, , To the Editor of th1 RL?lpres., CI supposo it is limo now that the inhabitants I this distri t should beoin to conaidor in what tt1lnr thoy will show ihoe loyalty, and what filr theoh rjloicings shall tako, on the occaslon of Ih P'rinco's visit. Difbront people have difforont M*aa, mine is thlt tho chlidren of the Comrlmon ,1hoo60 of the distriot shouhld unito togethor, and a0e ft tro?t--any a pionic-at some pleasant place, i0I!ral to nil, The schools at the Marsh, Pontlnrd ill, MlyLrnlOg, Pyrooto, P'arwan, and any other at thoro any bo, would produce a laro number SChildroni and no doubt the committees and le(0,N s well as parents, would willingly join o lmutter and carry it out in as good a style beo l done in any other part of the colony. I 2 t, yours truly, LOYALTY. Vctohor 22, 18(17, 'i ' --

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and C. H. Lyon, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BALLAN. TueasDY , Oacroemn 21. (Before J. ?I. Clow, Esq., P.M,, and C. H, Lyon, Esq,,J,P,) .) [Mr. Lyon did not sit on the' third and fifth uases.] Mary Shannon v. Richard Cantwell. Debt-£3, price of two peacocks. Mr. Miller for plaintiff, IMr. Ocock for defendant. Mary Shannon deposed that the peacocks had been given to her by her late husband, John Shaw, and had nothing to do with the assets of the estate. She sold them to the defendant subse. quently to the salo of the effects of the estate, but had never been paid for them. Since the summons had been served on the defendant, he had paid the amount into the hands of the agent of the estate. Mr. Ocook, for the defence, stated that the peacocks belonged to the estate; that there was no proof that they had been given to the plaintiff. There were other peacocks which had been given to a gentleman in Melbourne by the late John Shaw, and which had been delivered to him by the executors. Mr. Clow: The executors delivered the peacocks to...

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FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. J. H. SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. J, H. SCOTT. Ticm gentleman above-namoed, the accountant at the National Bank, Bacubus Marsh, has been appointed to a similar position in.a nowly-oponedc branch of the same bank at Warrnambool, and previous to his departure to that plauo, a few friends resolved to pay him the compliment of entertaining him at dinner, at MC'Canny's Hotel. Somo twenty gentlemen were present, and the meeting was a very pleasing display of good fellowship, which we hope will be of lasting benollt to the guest of the evening, and provocative of simillar entertainments In the future, Mr. J. B. Crook occupied the chair. The toast of " The Queen" was given and drank with the usual respect. "The Army and Navy' was proposed by the Chairman, and responded to by Dr. Tweeddale, on behalf of the navy, He said he had passed seventeen years of his life in the lBritish navy, and having seeoon most other navies, he believed, after all, that our own is the best, and was in a better state now tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

PUBLIC NOTICE I To the Inhabitants qf Bacchus Marsh, Maddingley, Parwan, Darley, 4'c. BACCHUS MIARSH Butchering Company, T HE Proprietors having purchased from Mr. RIosARD BE.c= his business as a Butcher, &o., they have determined upon OPENING on SATURDAY, the 17th inst., with a large supply of first-class quality of Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Lamb, Sausages of all kinds, bladder Lard, smoked Tongues, smoked Rolled Beef and Bacon; Pork and Mutton Hams; Bacon, Salt Booeef, &o. Together with everything in the VEGETABLE TRADE, viz., Cabbages, Cauliflowers, Turnips, Carrots, New Potatoes, Radishes, Celery, Cress, Lettuces, Onions, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Flowers, &c. The proprietors have made arrange. ments that a regular and fresh supply of Vegetables shall be had every Wednesday and Saturday. PRICES AT THE LOWEST PAYING PROFIT. Orders punctually attended to. Terms as per agreement. N.B.-Eggs, Fowls, Buffer, and all Farm Produce, taken in exchange. The highest p...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDING~LEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD, ' MONDAY, OcTOmnU 21. OarnNARY meeting. Prosent-Messrs. G. G. Paterson (Chairman), W. Grant (Millbank), WV, Andersoi, M., Connell, G. Grant, and W. Grant, Mr. Ryan's letter of resignation was road. Thie minutoes of the last meeting wore road and confirmed, and the doeclarations of Mossrs. W. Anderson, W. Grant, and Michael Conneoll, the newlyo.lected members for Parwan, wore given in. CORtiiSI'ONDPNOIl. The European Assurance Society notiloed that Mr. G. Grant's fidelity guarantee was forfeited. ' The Roads and Bridges Department stated that Mir, Lylo's application for land in lot 10, parish of Korkupnrrlimul, had been transferred to the Lands and Survey Department. The Shiro of Mount Rouse asked the Board to send a representative on a doputation to the Govornmunot, soliliting the continuance of the present endowment and subsidy until the amended Local Government Bill comes before Parliament. The standiug orders were suspended. Mr. ...

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ITEMS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

ITEMS BY THE MAIL. AT Kennington, on 22nd August, Mrs. Robeits, the wife of a house decorator and painter, killed two of her children and then committed suicide. Mr. Roberts, who is about 46 years old, lived at 61 Chester-street. His wife was a few years his junior, and by her he had three children-two boys and a pirl. Their ages' were 12, 9 and ,7 years. i'he husband and wife lived on the most affectionate terms. At half-past 7 o'clock in the morning, Mit. Roberts left his house to carry out a contract at a school in Brixton. Before leaving, he embraced his wife and kissed his children. That was the last time he saw them alive. In the afternoon, be tween 4 and 6 o'clock, Mrs. Roberts sent a message to Mr. Bargrave, grocer and tea dealer, of Chester-street, where her eldest son, aged 12, was employed, stating, that she wanted to see hiln immediately. IHer son at once left the shop, and he was seen to enter his mother's house. Upon going upstairs, he was horrified at seeing a lar'go ...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. (Before J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M., and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

GISDORNE., WnDNHnnAY, Oc'roInn 28. (BeIore J, C. 'ihompson, Esq., P.M., and 1V. Robortson, Esq., J.P.) Police v. 'loohoy, Adjourned from the 10th, iplitting without a license, Defendant had now roclred a lioonse, and the easo was dismissed, Patrick Callaghan v. Samuel Day. Dobt--C1 N, Verdict for plaintiff, and 10s. costs. Same v. William O'Connor. Adjourned for a riek, JAmnt Finn v. Robort Short, Dobt--,2 10s, rder for amount clahiwod, andt 2. Gd, costs, Police v, Cornelius Hogan and William ohnston, Iloth defendants wore charged with atoping their licensed boorhousos open after 8 m,. lMoth cases dismissed. William Sommn rvillo v, J. Miller, Goods sold tid delivered-.g-J 10s. Verdict for plaintiff for iontat chlaimed, and 7, Od, costs. Inmmediato pinyentll in default cdistress, ns plaintiff repro. nlted to the Tionch that defendant was about to cwe the distrlct, ignoring the olains of his reditors, . Jerolmicalh Koly v. Tloilmas Brown. Mr. Booker tr dofendant, Plaintif sued for .£1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

THE NATIONAL BANIK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . £140,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fired periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Managor. BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD, COLLECTION OF RATES. NOTICE is hereby given that the .lBoard has directed the following arrangemoutts to be rmade with rospoot to the COLLECTION of the RATE for the current year t Rato Notices to be served between October 23rd antd Novembor 1st, during which time the ofilce of the Board will be closed. Colleootor to be in attendance at the office to receive Rates betwoeen the hours of 10 1,m. and 4 p.m,, from November 2nd to Nov. ember 15th, inclusive, estopayors in arrears after the lastonentioned data (Nov. 15) to be summoned, (By order of the Board) W, E. STANDFIELD, Clerk and Collector. October 21, 1887. BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. ELECTION OF AUDITOR, 7TOTICE .? hereby given that a MEETING ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

AU'I'UMN AND WINTER CLOTHING, 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCCEssors ' 10 G. AND J. ESPIE, Tailors, Outfitters, and Shirtmakers, 48 BOUR.KJE S.TRgIEET East, Melbourne, Established 1853, H AVE much pleasure in intimating t6ti'?heir friends and the public in general thht their Stock this season is replete with the newest and best designs in every artiolo connected with GENTLEMEN'S DRESS, Specially selected by their home buyer, comprising all the novelties in COATINGS, Ribbs, Elastics, Meltons, Venotians, Cheviots. VESTINGS, French, Plush, Thibet, Shawl, Real Sealskin, TROUSERINGS. Cheviots, Bliss Cords, Hooper's Elastic, Scotch Tweeods, Hunting Cords, OVERCOATINGS. Beavers, Witneys, Astrakans, Irish Frieze, Waterproof Tweed, ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Seolf-Measurement sent free by post, on application. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice, Moderate Charges. First.class Cutters and Workmen employed on the pro...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BAILLARAT MARKET. Mxassns. 1lucaURv AND LaonnAD report: The stock yarded wore 310 cattle, 60 calves, 6557 shoep and 1350 lambs. Fat Cattloe A short supply, quality raunging from good to indiffereont stores. There was a fair attendance of buyers); nevertheless sales were by no moans satisfactory. Quotations: Best bullocks, £.8 10s.; medium, £5 10s. to .£7; inferior (stores), from .£2 15s, up. Fat Calves: As usual in the lamb season, voal is at present in little request; the number yarded consequently proved more than sufficient for the demand, and prices ruled low, a large proportion being turned out unsold, Best made 10s.; infe. rior, from 15s. to 25s, Fat Sheep: Supply was a full one, with prices much about the sae a s last week, except for primo quality, which sold a little higher. Quotations : Primo wolhers, in tho wool, 13s.; medium quality, shorn, 4s. to Is, Gd. Fat Lambs: Market ruled about snmo as preovious week, perhaps an upward tendeiney for prime quality. Best in made tOs...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, OoTornan 23. M. M'CAw AND ANOTILER, Produce Brokers, Royal-Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 28rd October, as follows i-Maize, 8s. per bushels wheat, brisk sale, Gs. 5d. to 5s. 7d.; Cape barley, dull at quotations, 2a. (3d. to 8s.; colonial feed oats, 2s. Old. to 2s. lOd.; Californian feed oats, 2S. Od. to 2s, 7d. damaged food oats, is. lid, to 2s.; rye, Os.; blue peas, 4s. Gd. to 5s.; grey peas, 4s. 6d.; perennial grass seed, 4s. . d. to 5s. 8d.; prairie grass seed, 5s.; bran (bags included), 11Id. to ls.; bacon, 7d. to 8Bd. per lb., hams, 8id. to 0}d., cheese, 5?4d. to 7+d.; potted butter, very inferior to extra good, 81d. to 7d., fresh butter, dull sale, 6d, to 7d.; lard, 4d, to 5d.; honey, 6d.; eggs, 10d. to 010d, per dozen. MEssons. DATJMAHOY CAMPDELL AND Co. roport, October 28-Fat Cattle; Contrary to expectations, a very large supply came to hand-viz., 1440 head, all of which ranged from fair to prime quality, up...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE prompt action which has been taken regard- ing the late robbery of gold from the store of Mr. George Williams, Golden Point, is highly credit- able to our local police,. No trouble has been spared by Sergeant Wood in this matter, and if the real culprit escapes detection and punishment, no fault can be attached to that really praise- worthy and highly efficient officer. In conjunction with Constable M'Bride, his efforts have been most unremitting in the faithful and judicious discharge of those peculiar duties which the law expects and society (in its most comprehensive sense) requires. Anonymous attacks have been made from time to time on the police, through the medium of the local journals, and I must certainly give strong expression to my disapprobation of so cowardly and uncalled-for a practice. It matters not how untruthful these attacks may be the police are totally precluded answering them. Under these circumstances, it would be we...

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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNuSDAY, OrTOBER 23. PirnsrNr - Councillors MIPherson (President), Millyard, Graham, Cantwoll, Blake, Duncan, and Osboruo, The minutes of the previous mooetg wore road and confirmed. COuRESPONDENOo.e. The Shire of Mount Rouse asked the Council to appoint a representative upon a deputation to the Government, asking the continuance of the present endowment and subsidy until Parliament shall have taken into consideration the new Local Govermnent Act. It was pointed out that the labours of the lato Conference upon this Bill would be valueless if the local bodies allowed those subsidib to lapse. Councillors recognised the importance of obtain. ing the continuanco of tl'.e subsidies, and Cr. Graham romarked that there would be little chance of building a Shire Hall if they did not goet them. The President was appointed to attend. The Gisborne Board wrote in reference to road from Gisborne to Iallan and Blackwood, stating that the Dachlnus Marsh Board had consented ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., Dr. Rae, J.P., and James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., Dr, Rae, J.P., and James Young, Esq., J.P.) Police v, William Heales, Drunk and dis orderly. Fined 5s. SELLING SPURIOUS GOLD,--Chin Hock and Min Chow were brought up on remand, charged with offering spurious gold for sale. Mr. Gall for the prosecution, Mr. Miller for the defence. Mr. Gall read the charge, under the 36th section of the Police Offences Statute, for fraudulently aiding in the manufacture of a spurious metal. Mr. Miller wanted the information before the Court to be adhered to, and asked to see it. Mr. Gell contended that any constable was able to bring a charge of this kind without any infor- mation, He was not objecting to the production of the information, but it was unnecessary. The Bench thought that if an information had been laid against the prisoners, it ought to be adhered to. Mr. Gell maintained that what the police had done prior to this time was not necessary to be tak...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. (Before R. Lawson, Esq., J.P., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

BLACKWOOD.   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 (Before R. Lawson, Esq., J.P., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) A Court was held for the revision of the Elec- toral Rolls. One or two errors were corrected, and were certified to. G. Garland applied to have his name placed on Electoral Roll. Mr. Stobie, the registrar, would not give him an electoral right, on the ground that he had parted with his property qua- lification and lost his elector's right. The Regis- trar refused to grant him an electoral right under his manhood suffrage, as he considers the Act does not give him the power to do so. The case was adjourned until Frlday, to obtain the opinion of the law officers of the Crown. Ah Chung was again brought up from his previous remand, for stealing gold from George Williams. There being no further evidence against him, it was discharged. Ah Poy, apprehended for vagrancy, Constable M'Bride stated that he had known the prisonor a long time; he never did any work, and was a regular loafer. Fo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 26 October 1867

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867. WE have not space this week to refer to the present state of political matters at the length which the importance of the subject demands. On Tuesday night, the hen. the CHIEF SECRETARY stated in the Assembly that the Government intended to bring in a Siupply Dill for £500,000, and thef dissolve the House, a course of which His-Excellency the GOVERNOR had expressed his approval. A motion by Mr. MACPriHnsON that a disso lution was not desirable, led to a debate, in .the course of which tie lion, ATTORNEY GENEnRAL delivered one of his splendid speeches-which are worthy, indeed, of being called ,orations-nnd the RHouse. afliimed, by 84 votes to 20,. that the force of public opinion must be brought to. hear upon the Legislative Council. The proceedings in Parliament since that day have not been ery important, but the Assembly, has passed a ? sply Bill for £500,000,:of which sum £53,200 will be distributed amongst local bodies principally. This Dill will come b...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

SELEUTED POETRY. S'- THE PORRTRAIT, Her hair was a golden brown- . Tho photograph makes it black ; You may take the portrait out, if you will; You'll find a look at the back. Her eyes were i living blue, And through their splendour rare, You could gaze right into her soul, and soo The passions that sported there. Why did we part? (lod knows t ' may be that sho andI Lovo still with as true and tender a love As wo swore in the daLys gone by. To see a mighty rift Ini a mountain, who would think .It was rent in twain by a tiny rill - TIhat had trickled in at a chink, Needs but an angry thought, Or a light word, lightly spoken, And a mountain of love may be rent in twain, And the chain of life be broken. You may solder it up, if you will, But the place will always show; It's bettor to do as she and I Far better to lot it go. -Once a ;Week.

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WHIMSICAL INSTANCES OF MONOMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

W?rW IMSCALt, I.NSTANOCES. OP., JONOMANJA.-The Rev.. Simon Brown. died with the conviction that his soul was annihiaited by a special flat of the Divinei will. A' patient.in the "Retreeat" at York, .thought" he haid no soun heart, or lun'gs.. Dr. Mead-tells us of an Oxford student, who ordered ,the passing, bell, to be rung for him, .nd, went himself. .o the belfry to instrnuct the ringers,: He retinel'd to his beod only to dio. A Bouibon prince thought himself dead, and refused to eat u'itil his friends, invited him to dine, with 'Terentie and other French heroes long since departed,: There was a tradesman who thought he?wa it. seven shilling piece, and advertised himself this :/,If my wife presents me for payinoit, don's changeo me." 'Bishop Warburton tells'. is of 'mA'~i wlo thought himself ia goose.pio; and' Dr! Ferredity, of Manchester, had a patient who thoughtihd hail swallowed the devil. In Paris there lived t, Iman who thought he had, with others, been gfillptia>i, and w...

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