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A REMARKABLY CHEAP HORSE. AND HOW HE WAS DISPOSED OF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

A REMARKABLY 01IE AB HORSE. AND HOW IIB WAS DISPOSED OF." : ? A jocoso Boston auctioneer was cnllod lipon ono day by' a country dealor¿frómTormont, who wished to disposé of bis horse; Ho was ono of tiloso, distinctive bharactbrs .poculiar to tho section, with ii countenance strangely in- dicativo of both simplicity and shrewdness. ,?»...'.. I sny, said he, I want to soo tho auctioneer that auc- tions oif horses hero on Saturday. v"- . , _ , , , I'm thó individual, said tho auctioneer, what can I do for you ?\ '? ' ;?;'. ". ' ; *W«ill, I'y6 gota horse I want to soU, provided I can got enough for him ; don't want 'nothing" moro than his value neither. Ho's a good'ono, though just now ho's a lectio thin but I reckon hebught to'sell pretty smartly. '.".?'Tew. good,'will'you have him advertised P?'".,?*? "'- ; . ' WoH;-! guesYI don't' know about' tluitCi What do:you 'tar? ! »- '.. .-.?'? ?? :- >.^<:'*~-r^.-' Pno dollar first insertion j ' fifty cents 'for ëvèiy timo; after....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

Greon Swamp, August 9th, 18G1. GENTLEMEN,-Nothing in your woy has occurred (luring our route since leaving tho Macquarie "Draugatto," only thoimmcnso floods j. wo liavo boon nearly, swept away twice. ? Tho Cudgegong has ' boon liighor. this season than old residents evor remember for many years."'.Tito, Greon Swnmp Races wore contoured by Goldfindor, Fire Boll, Bandy, and Baron. Wo regret not being able to cross tho Cudgegong Ri vor, or would havo furnished you with particulars. A flrst-rato bottle toole place botween two men, of no ordinary abilitios, at this placo, yosterday, for £20, and after fighting eight rounds in gallant stylo, tho Blues put in an appearance, and oaii'sod. tho sport to bo interrupted. Wo understand tho combatants wiU meot on an early day. Great betting in Mudgee botween tho backers of Wcbstor aiid Freeman off Bathurst, as to tho swiftest ruinier; wo understand'tho race will toko placo vory shortly, ' when wo ' shall report progress. Wo saw Webster run a yoti...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

DAMNO ESCAT/B AND GAT-IANT; CAPTT/BB.-Intenso oxciteinont. was created throughout tho city on Monday night, by a report that tho honorable tho Secretary for Lands,'after an angry discussion .with a,-distinguished porsonngo, had boon aeon to moko bia escapo from tho precincts of Government Houso by leaping tho palings of tho inner domain, and was last sighted rounding the corner, of Bont-strect, with prodigious loops, as if making tracks for tho Land Office. Tho alarm was first raised by ó Volunteer of tho'guard, who had been indulging in "n sentimental caterwaul outside the goto, and .the whole forco was immediately under arms. A pursuivant was despatched to tho nearest watch-house, und a strong forco of police,1 rirmed with grapnels and landing nists, wero in a few minutes scouring tho city and suburbs in search of tho orratio freo-solector. ' Tho iibsenco of tho llóhorablo Charles Cowper at tho time roudered tho case. particu- larly distressing, and it was confidently expected tha...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

THE .GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1862. Now South "Wales, will bo nobly represented at tho ¡forthcoming World's Fair. Contributions from all quar- ters aro flowing in fast upon tho: Commissioners, who intend chartering tho Great Eastern, nb other known 'vessel being largo enough, for tho conveyance of the stupendous und superb specimens of colonial produce, of every variety, that will bo submitted to tlio astonished oyes of tho Cockneys, mid thoir myriads of visitors. The following is a list of articled forwarded to the Commis- sioners during the week. THE HON. C. COWTBII-A Cabinet, beautifully inlaid with " simms " and " dodges," . .?. . MKXOVB, M.P.-Picturo, "A JOintiug Scone." Mri HAY, M.P.-Ditto, Charles tho Terrible reproving . tho Shepherd Kings nt Deniliquin. Mu LUCAS, M.P.-A collection of Chinese -cool, shorn at Lambing Flat. ; . . . . t . Mn BtroitANAîf; M.P.-Ichthyologies! specimens, Flat' heaiis caught at Morpeth. f . Mu.TEnitv, M.P.-Aliiughing." Jackass." . . ; ,. DB.AAI(ON-A mod...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

LOOM. ..INTELLIGENCE.. IT,, DooMinr Alpacas.-Wo -know not from wit iBBMtcd tho inhuman suggestion to slaughter,sot ilp.icas, tho pick of tho Hook, with- tho. intontion Wiling and transmitting thom to tho Great Exhibit! if 1S62 j but. whoever olaims.^tho/"credit of; tho id fJ do not envy'tho cruelty of deposition which t proposod immolation of theso innocent and boauti (¡¡¿als indicates. It is. to bo boped that tho Govoi Dtnt will pauso before sanctioning so wanton a. saorifi II it is woll known that individual specimens of t alpacas aro amongst the living curiosities in' tho Zoo' peal Gardens of England, and samples of tho w< .rona ia this colony, would amply aulllce to provo t (inabilities of tho country for their sustonáñeo. Wo ngr nilli tho Empire that " lhere are plenty of Austral! cariosities ol' animated nature that might bo." slang leered and stuffed" for tho Groat 'Exhibition with mui moro general udvnntngo," aird wo would willingly BU iirilw our mite towards tlT ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

Printed aud Published by .GEC-HQE PEXIECES PICICBBIMO . and OnASLEa HAJIILTOS» K tencua, at tho HelVs Lift, in Si/dnet/ Printing Offlee, t>2ö, Castlerca(-h-6treet, Bjdncy, New South Wales, Saturday, Aug. 21, 1861.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, AUGUST 21, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN 8 YD WEY. SrMNET, AUGUST VA, X861. ANOTHBR curious and characteristic example of the judicióüs' ecqriomy exercised by the authori- ties in the management: of-'our.. Railway - affairs las recently been made publie;'- and furnishes «nrither striking"proof that however desirable' the " whistle" may,bé;'its, cost, under the.present sys- tem, renders it far ,Î*too dear," to be either useful or profitable to the colony.. It appears that some months ago a number of carriages and ; varis were " ordered (rom England for the Southern arid , Western .Railways; and that . by ships recently arri ved,-fifty" one of the carriages have been received. . On opening the cases con- taining them, however it was found that fifteen of these carriages were " seriously injured" by Bea water, the horse hair cushions and/linings being completely destroyed, and the varnishing re- moved. ,. - ' -'.'-'-' ' . It is moreover, feared that the wiiom of the fifty one;. carriages will he found' in the s...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

AQJSNTS FOU THIS JOURNAL. Bru.'« tire IN SYDNKT may be obtained every Saturday a Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, S»uih Head Hoad: Mr Shaw's, Parramatta ¡load; Mr Leslie, Parra matta-strect; Mr Mattes, Brickfield Hill; .Mr Lucerda, Forramaita street; Mr Daniell, George-street; Mr Holmes, Ersklnc-strcct ; MrLarter, South Head Road; Mr F A Abreu., Market-street Weit; Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street ; ? Mr F; M. Moore, Caatlcrcagh-atrect ; Mr Ford, George-street .: North ; and Mr George Allen, Jlotany Itoad, Redfern. Agencies are required for other portions of thc city and suburbs. Adclaide.J........ll. B. Colley Albury..............Messrs Middleton and Co Appin...C. Morris, Junior . ArmlU.lk-, New England.........John Moore Balmain .....'..Mr Glover Bathurst ».Archibald K. Thompson. Berrima .Joseph Levey Black Creek.-J. Harris, .. . Boyd Town.Me»»rsV; Scanlon and Co Braidwood. ;.....jw! K" Queich ' . Breeza, Gunnedah,and LiveiW- ' ...

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MEET ME BY MOONLIGHT ALONE: (New Volunteer Song, arranged by a Captain.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

MEET ME BY MOONLIGHT ALONE I '. (New Volunteer Song, arranged by a Captain.) Mcot mo by moonlight nlonc, . ; And thon I will tench you your drill j -. .. * - *T must bo taught by tho moonlight alone, ?< ? . . «1 Nenr tho barracks when everything's still. You must como, for a promiso I made, ! To a party of sweet littlo dears ji : ' That they should enjoy a parado, By moonlight, of bold Volunteers ! i Then meet mo by moonlight alone, ,«s , Oh meet mo by moonlight alone.. -v-'f ? . ' ,£« ; Daylight may do for the gay, . . . >?.;..-.-¿* Tho "regulars " too it may choer, . : » But thoro's something about the moon's ray, ..? Moro sweet to a brovoVoluntcer, ' For thé wounds wo rcccivo in tho wars, ,:i 1 "Wo caro not, because Tory soon Ko trace will bo left- of-our scars, , . ; '.: . And.for that wo may thank.pr. Moow ! ' '"^Thon moot mo by moonlight nlone, , ,,-n .«i - ' Oh rneet mo by moonlight alone., , t .

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

THE TURF. TATTERSALLS Subscription Room was thrown open last evening for the ' first time this season. In the ¡absence of the President of the Club, Mr WV G. HBNPRBY, Mr THORNTON took the: chair? and . tliere was a good attendance <>f town members, all anxious to know the . ac- ceptances for "The Free," and wishing to invest on,some likely ¿he to pull .them-.through.:..-As will be seen -.below, seventeen nag's , are:satis- fied to Tisk three sovs nt the weights imposed -oh tliem.by the handicappers. There was littleor no betting, and the absence of á 'Bookmaker wss much felt. To while aivay time» a sweep was got up for the Free Handicap ; but no other business was transacted. - Matters connected with thc September Meet- ing, begin to wear a forward aspect ; and, not withstandingthe almost certain absence of many "old equine, stagers," and some of our most promising nafis, there is every prospect- at present, of a great gathering. Several strings have already arrived in...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK Dulncss 1ms been tho characteristic of tho week. The position of bu&incBS muy bo summed up in thoso two in- spiring words "nothing doing." Some attention has boen directed to tho Row Zealand gold fields ; but tho recollection of Rockhampton coupled with a scarcity of tho " sinews of war" prevents any tiling like excitement on the subject. The political world is quiescent, but a vast amount of. parliamentary ammunition is being prepared for the forth- coming campaign. . A very largo meeting of coal minors has boon held at Nowcostlo when it was determined to rosist'by every legitimate means tho pvoposod reduction of 20 per cont ' in tho wages of tho minoru. A resolution in favor of working mon upon tho co-operatiro principio was also onrriod. Mining operations at Newcastle and its neigh- bourhood aro at a complote stand. l'utriok Skifiinglon, aged 00, has diod from injuries rccoivod by a fall from a cart. Tlio reported gold-Held in New Sunland ls attract...

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ACCEPTANCES FOR THE FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

ACCEPTANCES ,FÖB. THE FKKE HAífDlÓÁP. Veno, Ost 71b ..- ' ? Shamrock, Bs: 51b Tnrtar, »st 121b Sheet Anchor, 8«t 101b Btróniter, Sst Sib Peter Possum, 8«t 81b Eugenie, Hst dib Koh-i-noor, Rat 81b .Swindler, Sit-¿lb . Jeislna,8s 121b - . ? Transit, Sst' .c.. . ,,.(,,. ''Lilla, M lllb Newchum, 7st 71b Fenelia, 7at Mb M8K-on-the-WIne,7st 2lb Easy John, 7at Kyogle, 6»t.

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A PROVIDENTIAL APPARITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

, À. 'PEOVIBENTIAL APPARITION. : ! Tlio following (vouched for)' appears in tho London Seoiem i-In tho year 1828 a Mr Bobert Bruce was chief mato of a burquo trading from liverpool to New Bruns- .'. . wick.'- When near tho banks of Newfoundland thé <:¿p- . tam and mato were one duy calculating tbeir progress the mato in tho state room, and the captain in the cabial . ' near'it. : Being absorbed in his work, Bruce had not perceived that the captain had gono on deck, and 'with out looking round ho called out, "I make our longitude", so-and;so^ can tliat bo right ? how is yours, sir?"., Ke- - coiving no reply, he repeated tho question, glancing over « .' Ids shouldcrj and perceiving, as he thought, 'the captain busy writing on' his slate; Still receiving no answer, he" '?' '?? '.' rose,' and i fronted tho- cabin door, when tho figure he had; ' mistaken for , tho captain looked up, and disclosed tho featuresof. an entire stranger. .'Bruce, terrified at.tho '-.. ? gravé and Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

RANDWICK SEPTEMBER. MEETING. rpo como of TnnnsDAV, FIJIDAT, nnd. SATURDAY, tim I 1 12th, 13th, and 1-lth SEPTEMBER: :. V< . FIRST DAT.' fini Race.-Tho TUIAL STAKES of 3 ¿OTB each»_with £50 aided; weight for ago¡ oncu round; tho'winner to bo .old by auction after tho race for £76, any surplus realized by tho salo of tho animal ab'ovo that sum to go to th.e rac« fund ; if entered not to be sold, to curry ' 7li»Bitrs. Entrance £210s. j Second Race.-Tho AuBTitAMAiï PIATK of 120 SOTS, with a sweep oí S SOTS added, tor all horses, weight for ago ; twico round; tho aoeond horse to receive tho swocp I tokes. Entrance G'sovs. Hird Raco.-*TIio DÉIIBV STAKES of S aova each, with 100 sovs added ; for throo year old colts 8st 101 bs, und Gilíes 8st Dibs ; tho aoeond horso to receive twcnty-ûvo I tura ; onb milo and a half. Entronco 5 nova. N.B. íío allowunce to goldings. Fourth Race.-Tho SQO-ATTEIIB' PUHSE bf 2 sore euell, with 50 soVB added, for ull horses that havo never won n pru* ...

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LEOTARD, THE FLYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

LEOTARD, THE ^PLYING- MAir. Ancíont history' and iiúUitioiií lost in t ho ïiight of ages, testify, to tim fact that repeated attohipts havo boon minto to riso into tho air and exploro space, linn, from, lils . naturally envious disposition and craving after tho un- known, has not, without eirort, resigned tho empire -of tho air to tho winged tribes. Some daring spirits, nmbi. ,t tioua to reap the reward suro to bo bestowed on him who could reveal tho mysteries of npuce, and, at tho saina : time, gratify their restless imaginations, havo ventured:, on oxperimonts to.navigate tho.utmospliero by adapting mechanical contrivances to their bodies, and pressing into their servico tho law of physics and ohoim'cAl sub- stances. > These attempts, in somo cases partially sue cossful, havo generally resulted in tho destruction, of tho presumptuous experimentalist. Nevertheless, ..tho. fact that mechanical oppliuncos may bo so constructed ami..' adapted tb tho body as tai eimble a mau to fly ...

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LATEST BETTING IN MELBOURNE. VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. (From Bell's Life in Victoria, August 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

LATEST BETTING- IN MELBOURNE. "VICTORIAN 1XXKP StJBSCRIÏIION ROOM. fj/rom BelVf Life in Victoria, August VJ.J MONDAY.-According to announcement in inst satur- day's SeWs life, ft general meeting of thu room WUB hold on Monday overling " to decide ns to what should bo done with the funda at present in tho hands of the treasurer." Between twenty and thirty inombors wero prosont, tho chair been occupied by tho late vico-prcsi dent of tho Jockey Club. Tho business-of tho ovening commonccd by tho chairman defining tho object of the meeting, and reading a statement of tho accounts oft lie room, from which latter it appeared that from tho old ITnintaSubsr.ript.inn Tînom thora wns n bnlnnnn of £02 5s, that tho totnl amount of subscriptions to tho " new room" was JB132, of which £40 2s Od lind been expended in salary to tho door keeper, printing, advertising, cte, loaring n balance in tho treasurer's builds of £1512s 6d, from wliioh the secretary had yet to bo pnid. Respecting the employment...

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ADMIRAL ROUS'S LETTER. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

AmtXRAL KOTJS'S I/ETTEB: To the Editors ofBelVs Life in' Sydney. * GEMMEMEÎÎ,-Tho letter of Admiral Rous, which you gave us last week, lins confirmed tho decision arrived nt by the A. J. 0. on tho subject of horses' ages; and I suppose that those who advocated an opposite opinion Ot the time tho caso of "Marquis " was settled, will now bo disposed to allow that they wore wrong. When that case occupied tho attention of tho Jockoy Club, I was much surprised to find many good judges, for whose opi- nion on racing matters I havo tho greatest respect, ar- guing strongly that, according to tho wording of our rtdo, tho colt could claim to run as a two year old ¡ but the reasons adduced in support of this view I could never seo tho force of, and I urged upon the authorities, as for- cibly a? was. in my power, that "Marquis" could only . bo considered u. throe year old. Tho Jockey Club it'ap pears were of tho saino way of thinking ; but from then to how ñ largo section of. the sporting commu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

O ï A 1 VI GT OMA TH EA THE. «®* "V E R-D I.' XYSTER'S ORA KD ITALIAN AND ENGLISH O P E R A' ' O - O M T A N Y! Conductor.:..'...;A.Reiff, Junr. ON SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24th, 1861, Will bo Sung, Verdi's Grand Opera of . ???? L A TRAVIA T A. .... (In Italian.) ;i ..- . Alfredo Gorm ont... Mr Henry Squires > Giorsrio Germont.....Mv Ifnrquhnrson. ; Vidotta Valero...... Madame Lui y Escott. Toconcludo with a highly laughable Ballet Divertiscmcnt (by Mona. Schmidt), entitled . DIANA AND THE SATYRS. . In preparation, mid will bo produced in a few day?, Wol läcj's Romantic Opera of "''" ' ' " L U R L I N E ! '. ? , With entirely Now Scenery,, Dresses, &o. [This'Opera had tho unprecedented rna in London of over 150nisht3.] , Ï37 ROYAL LYCE U M. T H E A T R E, « YORK STREET. This Evening tho porformnnco will commenco with tho Two Act Drama entitled SIXTEEN STRING JAOKj, . on, TUE . r KNAVES Ol' KNAGS'. ACRE-___J. , After which, . , -;' A Favorito Danco.By Mrs. Yoamans. To be f...

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SPORTING AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

SPOUTING- AT AIiBUKY.. , On Saturday the. match for £100 a-side, 2 miles, ono event, between- Iii" J. Waite's Mosstrooper, and Mr J. Mitchell's Jovial, toole placo jit tho Albury race-course., A nico little supplementary':programme had been ^ot up to make out a day's racine;, and tho sporting folks mustered in tolerable, force. Übst Koighran was on. the course with a booth, and tho liquids and. Bolids-pur- veyed by him were extensively patronised. It was nearly 1 o'clook betoro tho Btart took pince for the match. Jovial looked in first-rato order, but the Troopor although well trained, was known to bo u little lamo. Tho Btart was a pretty good ono, and the pnce was not very killing at tho commencement. Jovial had a slight lead past tho stand, and tho Trooper triade a gallant struggle to get to tho front, but was unable'to succeed. The horses maintained this position through- out tho raco, and tho Trooper pulled up dead lame. Jovial was piloted by "W. Steele and Mosstrooper by . Ch T...

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COURT OF DIVORCE, JUNE 18. COMPTON V. COMPTON (MISS WYNDHAM) AND BARING. (Abridged from the Era, June 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

CÓTJKT OF DIVORCE, JUNE 18. COMPTON V, COMPTON (MISS TATr.-rDiiAii} XSD BABISQ. . (jLbridgedJrom the Jira, June '£S.J The court waa unusually crowded pu Tuesday lost, on tlie occasion of tho hearing of this > case, mainly, we ap prellend, from .tho lady, fro'm whom her husband prayod to be divorced, being an actress well-known at tho Adel- phi and Oiyiupio Theatres. Sir O. Cresswell, tho Judge, Ordinary, ?'presided ; nnd Mr Macaulay, * Q.C., Dr Spinks, and Air Gadsden ap- peared for. tho petitioner | Mr Hawkins, Q.C., and Slr Mundell for tho co-respondent ; and Mr .Tonas Lory, Mr Searle,'and Mr Joyce tor tho respondent. Tho casa' was oponed by Mr Gadsden, who briofly stated that th"o suit was instituted by William Henry Compton, who sought for. a dissolution of marringa by reason of tl io adultery of his wife with tho co-respondent, a late Captain in tho 17th Lancets. - Tho. damages .were laid at £5,000. . Mr<iMacaulay having then addressed tho jury, called Edward Garw...

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