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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

SLPREMTE COURT.5 SYeo'6. ' Iilsoi h This wa~s an action brought by Mr ;Yeooif G:uioiilidford, against :Mr. Robert ·Wildn~ lftihe saine .place to recover damages foi :analleged . tresiass committed by Wilson on the .lanid othePlaintiff. Mr. Landor and IMr Lealle apiipared foiir the Plaintiff and Mir. E AixSt:6one andi': S.' H. Parker for the De fedisut It rt/ippearei from Mr. Landor's peniiignthat iii l863 Mr. A. H. Stone agent 'fo?:the' lHgoin , G Tlalbot, ha, let to Mr. -Wilson aiiertaii:farni;iat Guihlford, known as Ta lbotis' foi 11 el?r~i"- In 1864 Wilson, with Mlrl Stonin'ecaoseniit, assigned all- liis interest to :Mr. Chivirellot1f Gsildford Chivrell remained in po@si onioif:? till the 30tl Decemiber last, when iin coni iictiori ;iith. Mr. Stone he.i gave the lPlainitiffpossession of the fiarm and MrI. Stone arrieed to ecept him as teiiart in plaee of Chiv relll i~fhieonsisderafiiniforthe transferof the lee? ?as 7.3, Chitr~ll ait: the same time hi'~iided the lease i tohe Plaii...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

WE have been much amused in reading over the Summary of the Inquirer at the very strange phraseology, which wise men have at times used to conceal their ideas, but fools to make them known. The Editor's remarks " to suppose that punishments in these (convict) cases are awarded illegally and unmercifully, and to form an opinion of the whole convict management from the career of a few: hardened evil doers,'" grammatically ap plies to the conductors of that manage ment; we have no doubt that the Editor has studied the despatches of the English Colonial Secretary of State as he concludes by arguing, " that" because the laws relating to prison discipline are clearly defined by Imperial Acts, and Local Ordinances: "therefore," neither the Go vernor nor the Prison Authorities could commit cruelties which would prove them to be as brutal in disposition as the cul prits themselves," and he winds up by triumphantly asserting "that if the prac tiseS alleged had oocurred tlze coloniste themselv...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

Ci:TO-RI :AG'RICLrs :TUR ..-:.-?L ::A . D)IS TR'ICT SOCIEIY. SIR, ::~.:1;:- .-:i:T;'l~the "Edit oro-.h'/r/d?t- r:: '.On behalf of the Victoria A~ricul1tural and District Society, Lbeg that you will be good enoi?gh to insert in your journalthe following copy of the replies of Hi;' Excellency :the Governor to the. resolutions passed :at the August meeting, with the cdpy.' of my, letter to the Horn .-the Colonial Secretary, o thiS day's date which accompanies the reiiihca.: I am, Sir, yg riil t?uly F. WALDECK, Ac.ting o~q. Secretary. Greenough Flats 7th Septetub r 1863: - . S SColoial S ecretary's Office,. .?:ii:"::':- , .. - -.i. Perith, Aug, 24 1868. .2 Sin, IThave': received and suhinitted to His Exceileicy the.Governor your letter of the 17th i?tianti traisinittig a copy of thed proceedings a:-t the' lhst:genefralmeeting of the Victora-Agri ch tur?l and lDistict Society, held 'at the Green hi~ulc~lats onh the 5th ihstsnt, and requesting the 'att?itiolf ot His Excellency to the v.ta...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

To Cover.i T HAT well known Horse "DRAGON:' . w-i,- ,will stand for the 1st. Augutst next: at. •the Newcastle Hotel. T6ins-i .Twenty-five (25). shillings each. Mare:i: Any ,person bringing three or :(more ;Mares, one pound (£1) each. - . . ::: :. :" DRAGON' was got by that~ :,cebra-.: ted Suffblk-bred Hbrse7"' ESCAPE"'iim. pbrted by-- W. L. Brockman, Esqi oibt of a0 Mare.got by Mr.. Gooch's' THERCULES."'. ::,"DRAGOl0N" is a pow erfult Hoi'se;, free from vice,' anid warrainted staunch fi1n Harrness. JOSEPH MO0NGER ::Ne wc aste, July l5l, 1868 uRa TATTN1 will stand for the :k~i? ::, .:,. . . - • . ./ r . :: !1 season it Gingin, and will receive Maies at 5 guineas each, Grptorri's fedei eludted "SIR TATIfON was bredb Sni Tatfon Syks iiiin- 861-got: -'D:N I:EL O' ROtE "ot "SLEIGHT 01H I ND" gra nd idam COMU herda ..by OISEU ouitof "AANNA MA:RIA b "STAM FOR Se Englishi Sud Biook vol. 9 p aae 33 %"1U PLICE" w ill stand foi the sao son it the same place and will receve Maies ait 4 gineas e...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

VA SSE. (Froma Correspoudent.) SThere is really so little stirring down here that one scarce knows what to write about, and yet, its just as well to let you know we are still alive. We 'have had one or two meetings of the all but defunct Agricultural Society, and the next show is to take place on the ]st December. Before offering prizes for the next show it is hoped the prizes for last years show will be paid, and that meinbers will pay up their subscriptians which are mihch in arrear, and consequently, leaves the Society much in debt. Our races are to follow the show, but we scarce know whetherit will come to a start. Last year the three yearold race had to be paid for in "horseflesh" to say nothing of the" out of pocket" penalty paid by the Stewards, the other two races got their entrances; we hope for the best, but wish that they may be post poned toalater'date than December, orJanuary, February is considered the best month here. A meetingis to be held on the O10th to f6rm a Comm...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REFORM! REFORM! REFORM!!! FREE REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT FOR EVER ! To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

REFORM! REFORMI!! REFORM!!I TREE REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT FOR EVER'! To the Editor of The Herald. Friends and fellow-colonists Sign the Petition without delay-Because the form of Government now in existence in Western Australia, and which has been tried the last 40 years, keeps the colony lagging be hind all the world, and causes it to be treated' with insignificance and contempt by every other Australian Colony, on account of its sleepy headedness and want of energy; and this is 'indicated in the fact that Western Aus tralia has been the same 40 years collecting a populatibn of about 20,000 people. Sign the Petition-Because Western Aus tralia contains in its boundary-lines an im mense amount of territory in a state of nature,. and immense areas of these lands are unoccu pied; and altho' the whole of them are natu rally adapted to produce articles in great vari ety for home consumption and export-such as the vine, the olive, and their manufactured: produce, for drying the apple, th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. THE OLD MAN TO HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

SCRAPS. (::? THE OLD MAN TO HIS WIFE.; ',: I Y i; T say there's wrinkles in your face, B :':'-'.But I cin'see none there ; . 'Oh, why ishould time his record trace .: .: -.:;Upon a page so fair ? You call them wrinkles, love ; but still, :y(-In- tis we don't agree ; F"::."or you niay call them what you: will,.: ;; They dimples seem to me. ; yThat youth does swiftly speed away:^ " : ::Has oftbeen said and sung,;. ::-;. '::'"' . Ahb me !.it seems but yesterday; :.:,' :. i; ;-. :- 'Since you and I weerd young. !Y..:i:: i-'.Thenh, griaceful ias thy youthful head;,;:-:: I' ?Withl glossy, dark-brow' lhair;'- :". ;Yo''. sir ty: thiere's many a silver thread . Ol^Cd Ti?? me has woven there. ',.::::. . i Wel:l; well ti whatmtter, dark :or grey, SQ- sniooth0or wrifkled brow ?. . . :.. Thou iwicr~tnot in thy palmiest day SMore beautiful that now Fo. still isine tlie wininnig grace, : : Tihe gentle spiriit thiuie, ' . *-' - 'Tlii heds o'er yonng or aged face A loveliness divine. WrR' r ; iTT; N...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

To the Editor of 'The Herald SIR,- x : .?. . . .. _ . .../ .::Iii your journal of Sept 19th, jist .rcceivi~id, oiorritv?a:t.Review :oth: te -. VA. rch of Eingldand .tllugazme: d ·l;ay,, I douibtnhiot have read this !. Review i (so called)i ith ixied telisgs of pleasure tand !P ite eat the imoral? ?r oge? you:eviice r n -s'ipeg;k i..f t:the bon icass iad theiieg·tlet ft Puiblic Worship' Pn atfl i v your untairness th ards those wh oini frequxent so i.sw and con stinit ainkicty watch for imenis souls as hiie that ms giS:ve cobi hn:itG s liAsh;i ever youf inive: fariui tion ad-si ?-o myif. be wrog atid trust y atres I caot llpon e'-oa as a rsm·atter of . ice: d isreal thd of u eiicm'-ih p, iii ir -h l:ks -- l: ji nirt then, In the Distri 'tin whinch I reside ree, ind the 'zutten siryct :of-:stl :sno bietterl: (d I hope it is~ no worse) th'in ottiers men who are o .leae beenrace: ofj Hi' ,.Bio.ld .is are no orsthe: (tew?o d they re io)betti.) f.jthtiif wewl.ii are: Free, pos~sible, musi...

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FROM THE SEA. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

She laughedl b;t hex eyes did not join in the lauich afirenton fcit her hand cu iivex He holsI mliitilfiom this iisp'a Th:1iineo alueidthe aiuxs of A Hildebirand. He--ished to hold her Go"ei e' ? ai? i wil followd the ii rdiiis coith.linh-i :a imo the- talked adi as V irentonx spoke, a "i:'avy:pust f:i'fid blew £ ie:lss tfhesiea o-thyb, iie loudseh' d been .e firpes hi rti. iii .i te.ind Jisepine onet ofd 1th wiabrdow back her eyes s nain n 1 wapp colouies only hexsh rlips wei ao viid crimson She seemed some wyr w1hoi the eondileients had sumhmoned to ehde over their hxohx festival In lookiig at he, Waarrenton Lorxo't the' appoach of the storm, forgot ever vthing b"t the fact that he was standing with aer,' .alone'on the ocean, cut off fromt. the reastof the world-an isolation that satis fled him. An lwutter calm succeeded that fuli-ous oiset. of the vanguard 'of the storm. Jo sephine again wrapped her shawl aboute her, looking across the black waste of waters for the second coming ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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FIREWOOD v. ROADS AND BRIDGES. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

FIREWYOOD v..ROADS AND BRIDGESI. To the Editor or Tihe leraid. ; : SIR;-- ".: It is gratifyJing.to notice the .activity with. which the settlers generally are bestirring.thlem selves in the selection of committee's on .Roads and Bridges. There is.scarcely a part of the colony where the inhabitants have not long de plored the want of a voice in the control of the forced labor appropriated to the construction of these important works. Now that they are pps sessed of that privilge-thanks to the exertions of the late Council, it may not be iuopportune for me to advance a few observations, the por port of which if': handled in time, may tend in omne measure tothe general benefit. of the scheme. Ihave just been informed on reliable authority of a measure projected by the seniior Commissariat ':ffie-r, a disciple to retrenchment, of employing prison l abor in Fireuood cutti:ng &e:,i for the Convict Military and Commisskriatt services througholut the colony-a work per formed since t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. SUSANNAH'S DIARY. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

T STORYY-TELLER. QuI tk vei:Dcil..t urIort'r ic at thI Ja2v:ywaici h I te uctie toa hardly does ustie to hJim, I ? ia-ni 7j o -the,?lo dof "rny affe6tioni, aud f , t' o.urse I lthiUin Soit isia -more properly spoaUktnit O: loTruT/a, and should have bori :his n.naic, onliy there ,re so many -e ea', wtinigs ahiou,?f anid boing unfo tunate-~ 'I nies,' i hich I think tihat t e arbliti 'od? power wiolded by sponsors .over liil;1jess"baess at thfl font, and a most malicibous act= it b-:af?s to: christen him so, oii u "~h i hcrledild' Act of Parliament nid :the? wold a twisted it at once fito .Jlamns ' Din Never 'will I etifii one woid sugestri of disrespiect ox in any Waya calculated to raise coatrse jol;ck o0 the MI roGenoutgi Flat ir hicis .arIa ehle,.;nd,: here.-. whi-- I canr conscien-tously afflim Ithat my preciou-s husband is very uniciafraid of horse, 'and always rode a: vry quiet .i. cannot say,, .excep?tj,,i?.h'aat. he w!?asl ba5:.£-dly roomed. cDa nerd ther ieshore nevtlionteh a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

JiiERS (ni dutlicate) wil be re 14ed st the Coiunuisianfaff l6' FrenianU& till NUON ofiTUEfl'{ ths O figi st'it,: for the ryipry cit I al J i ' in iet lin io000 (To av 3ae2Ofeet lengls 8oun afhld treioniS ' :.To be dilivci.lecl ah intdo-tle Co.mimsariat - Mgazimis witnrift £1 Iio 5hi fio i the S-i.:;(? I?:-~;(<V. (-.?!-·Qt~t::2~· 3)?-¢; S.]: r_; -:o?: ?iI:,:: :. date of aec etitance ox Thnler \nd. suij ect to Appiroval on dcvery. CWEICHBAUM; SA.s (Corn Geniaina Commt isariat, Frenmarith., . A., 17th atObi) ( 1808?I. FOR' OI{A1 ION BA.Y .: ,:-.- ;iF0£..Ci!gt;A?,,; ,01? ti -Bji6Ii:Ati~:g.>: { r p lE Clipper be rue . E..A A 14 yeasi, o73 tOres 'gistcr, .: MA?m. commanoier, .wl) leave for the above poet abodt te first week in ~ovenriber Thevessel wvill re S.ma: i lin o terIabout a week anfd th'etn;r ui.n For fxeights opaysar e; apol to SA MA NING, Fre atl at; r-E-Bfllowin g coinplhientai% - letter ::.:,-_ was alddressedl: to .Otptaiu:EHari s of the B5 tdgtew~n, by:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

For London Direct. To Sail Positively the first week in January next. T p H E A. 1. Barque 1BRIDGETOWN, . .9? 354 tons, E. Harris Comman ?i^ der, has superior accomadation for cabin, passengers. The Bridgetoun on Discharging her in ward cargo, will proceed to Champion Bay and back to Fremantle,= thence 'to Bunbury. All wool intended \for hei must be well pressed. .For freight orpassage . -. .. Apply to .. .:. W. PADBURY & Co., Perth,-.::i: Or T. & H. CARTER & Co, Fremantle. Notice to Consignees oe Goods per "Fitzroy. - CONSIGNEESof goods, per .^ ?_ Fitroy. are hereby noti fled that all packages: .ot duly entered at the Custom House within seven days from this date, will, as they come to.hand, be landed and bonded at the risk and expense of said Con signees. They are likewise notified that 'in case of orders given for delivery to -any: par ticular boat, should sucich boat iidt be alongside readyto :recei~etthe pickages as they. turn. up, .they 1iill be deliver...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

~c41qr p htl§ ~teport. ARRIVALS. Oct. 12.-SwaNw, 25 tons, Ferguson, master,. from Champion Bay. Cargo-I160 bags flour, 20 do. barley, 26 do. oats, 115 do. pollard and .brou,. T case bacon, and sundries. , Same day-.LIaTLE EASTERN, 12 tons, Knight,. master, from Port Walcott. Pass-ngers -' 2 natives. Cargo-9 bales wool, 3.2 bags pearl shellsi fromi Chaipiou Bayy-15 sacks flour., Same djay.--F LYING FO.M, 33 tons, Na8h,-mas ter, froni Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers- Mr. W. P. Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Nash, and' 3 children, and.J. King: Cargo-24 loads tinmler, and 20 kegs butter from Vasse ; and 2 loIaLds timnber, and 8 kegs butter from Bunbury.n 13.--CHARoN, 15 tons, Watson,. master, from the Irwin River. Caugo-149 bags flour, 71 do. pollard, and bran, 7 bags wheat and barley. DEPARTUREI S. Oct. 10.-BUNGAREE, 89 tons, Cobb, misteri for Champion Bay. Passenger--Mr Sherwood. Cargo-49,000 shingles, 180 pieces of tnimbes, 800 feet timber, and 137,796 fet 7xl bioards.; 82 bags sugar. 2 bales l...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CHARADES &C. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

ANSWERS TO CHARADES &C.. "Admirer"—Your solution of Enigma No. 7   in our last Number is not quite correct. "Zeus,'' Busselton —Your solution of Rebus   No. 9, in our last is correct ;—Herald. Florence: Your solation of Enigma No. 7, in our last is   wrong. PUZZLE. No. 8. ,Puss , Hog and 3 vowels if rightly combined,   A part of yourself you will instantly   find CHARADE.   9. My first is capable of assisting in the act of migration, my second is an object of fa- vor, my whole is soft, brilliant, and so delicate that the least pressure will bend me, yet, how- ever magnificent, I am never looked up to, either by rich or poor. D. G. Abstract of the Revenue of the Colony of Western Australia, for the Quarter ended 30th September, 1868 :—   Customs ... ... .... ..... 908 0 6 Harbor Dues-- .. ..;-:3.. .: 808-~08 6 9 Land Sales ... ;... :.: 1815 19 5. Laud Revenue '.. :..'-.680 2 4 Rents (ex...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

Marriage. FRANCISCO—HILLMAN--On the 15th instant, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, by the Rev; F. T'. Tayler, DAVID BRAS, eldest son of Alexander Francisco, Esq., to ELLEN, eldest daughter of Alf'ed Hilhuan, Esq., Sheriff, of Western Australia. DIED. CORRIGAN-At Fremantle W.A. October 5th, 1868, after a very brief illness. IERNEST LE :POLD JAEasi infant son of THOm?s CGRRtoAN, aged6 rionths, deeply r grtted by his sorrowing pa rejits.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ROEBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

ROEBOURNE.     (Fron our own Correspondent) ) 1 S'.: We ':?-: arrived here sfely. las month ?fte? ?t: p - rottggoo4d run, considering the time of year of 39 dys1waiiI s very much pleased with the ap pe:a: r iince of the country indeed, I might s:?y :.-.wiiit everythirg, except Governument Aff ti, .I:utn-more of that presently. Thelast.season's lambing wasgood, and all :. descriptions of stock are looking as well as the most discontentented person could desire, and be S. sides it has been ascertai:dned this year, beyond a doubt that the wooi.cAN be gut up in first class style, and.so long as that is to be done; there is nDt the slightest doubtbutthai thestockingof this. country will be a decided success to those e:n Sgagrd.in it, provided, they only exercise a little patience, and take some trouble in getting up Stheir wool, of course in a ncw country it is nut Sto be done without trouble, but I am happy to say that most of the settlers here are the right Ss...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 October 1868

TIlEMURRAY., S A meeting of the. settlers f this district was held in thi school-house; JPiifarrahiloin Satur-, dary, rd instant, t take into ^clsideration the Oappointment of a Road Corn. i'ittee in 'aciWorance Swith the Governnieut advertisemient af the ltif r,. Augbst... There 'were.ipresent.: -&ihei Residenit . Magistrate, J .G. Murray, Esq., the ? le J. S   Price, Captain Fawcett, J,. P.; Joseph Logue Esq., J. P., and Messrs. A. Birch, Sutton, Mc- Larty, Cornish, Paterson, Hall, F Thomas, Kean Hymus, W. Pollard, D Murray, &c. It-was prpc'sed and carried unanimous iy that the ee wident Magistrate take the Chair l;' The Chairman havirin read the UIeadveitiscentT calling the ineceting' stted the' mecting iiad been convened in cumpliainoce with ai reauisition addressed to hliin as Resideit Magistrateto elect: such settlers as the meeting might .deem eligible to form a comnittee to superintend the making of and repairing of roads in the district. He cong...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FROM THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

FROM THE SEA. Warrenton approached her with Jose phine on his arm. "What are you.. going to do ?". she whispered. " To renew my acquaintance with this lady," he answered, smiling bitterly. " But I am not obliged. to commence one," said Josephine, slightly drawing back. " But I desire:. it, to please me," he said, retaining her hand qn his arm. She smiled with her enchanting power. "' In that case I submit," she responded. The lady was looking thoughtfully over the water. Ier face did not betray that she had heard the words of Warrenton and his companion; but she had done so -every inflection of voice. Warrenton approached, She did not turn her head until he said : " Miss Fanshawe ?" Then she turned quickly aid rose from her seat, a smile of pleasure and recogni tion spreading over face. She extended her hand, which Warren ton took, but instantly relinquished. ",After five years of absence, it is strange that Inieet you here," she said. "And stranger still that you recognize me," sai...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. SUSANNAH'S DIARY. EDITED BY F. S. P. S. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

THE STORY4EJELLR. S: ; US .NAE'S DIARY. EDITED BY F. S. P. S. (Co?tinrtsd,) - B.ing stro gly of opinion that,: (as I said once befotre), an undercurredit of /husband' should rin through every chap ter of a married lady's- Dary, I will be gin with a few words about that dear in dividual. If you take any interest in. me und my meditations, you must take an interest in him too. My motto is--Zove me, love my Janmie. His father died whilst he vas still a sucking babe, bequeathing him and a half-brother to the care of au uncle, Who kept a Grocer's and Confectioner's shop in the picturesque town of G--This grocer had a soul above his business-a soul that abhorred a white apron-re coiled from the odious but necessary task of packing pounds of sugar in blue-paper pyramids--and shuddered when addres sed by the familiar soubriquet of Figs. The daiing object of his ambition was to have a gentleman in the family. In accordance with these loftyl views, Jamie was educated- at Eastminister and St. ...

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