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COOMA DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 26. 1869. BEFORE his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Macfarland. DEFENDED CASES. THICKNESSE V. CHALKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 3 July 1869

COOMA DISTRTICT COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE , 1869. Before his Honor Mr District Court judge McFarland.   , Defended Cases, tbicknesse v. chalker, This was an action to recover damages in a case of slander brought by Samuel Thicknesse, of Coolamatong, against Mrs Joseph Chalker, of Seymour. The alleged slander was that Mrs Chalker had circulated reports to the effect that plaintiff had by violence killed his wile and that whilst teacher of the school at Seymour he had been guilty of immoral conduct toward the female pupils. , Damages were laid at £200.   Mr Rogers, instructed by Mr Lipscomb, appeared for plaintiff; defendant had no professional assistance, and applied that the case should be postponed, which was re fused. Several witnesses were examined whose evidence proved the charge, and his Honor gave a verdict for plaintiff ia £60 and expenses to four witnesses. HASSALL V. PEILEN This was an action for trespass between J. M. Hassall, of Wambrook, grazier, an...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

MAIL ARBA.N&EMENTS. Thr following are the hours of arrival and departure of. the .mails running between Cooma and the places hereuiider named:— ' ' , ' ' : ' ' AUKIVE AT COOJI1— From Sydney, Goulburn, Qiieanbeyau, Iticalago — On Sun day, Wednesday, ]?riday, at 3a..m. From iDelegate, Bombala, Nimitybelle— On Monday and Thursday, at 4.30 p.m. 1 From Cathcirt, Eden, Merimbula, Bega, andPanbula— On Saturday, at 4.30 p.m. Prom Bombala eta Hohundarah-yOn Saturday at 4,30 p.m. From Kiandra, Bus6eH's, idaminaby— On Wednesday, at 8 p.m. v From Snowy Biver cia Buckley's CrossinR, Gegedzerick, Jindabyne, Woolway, Coolringdon-On Monday at4.30 p.m. From Junction of the Umaralla and Big Badja Eiyers— On Thursday, at 4.S0 p-m. ' ! ' ' LBAVE COOMA— For Micala!»o, Qucanbeyau, Gonlburn, Sydney— On Mon day. Thursday, Saturday , at 4.30 p.m. ForNimitybelle, Bombpla, Delegate, Cathcart— On Wednes day and Sunday, at 3.30 a.m. For Bibundarahi Bombala, Deiefrate, Cathcart, Panbula Beea, Merimbula, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Daucarot Campbell andOo, report that 1500 head of fat cattle have beeo yardeA, of which 800 were Rold at last week's quotations'. Very best beef is quoted at 17s 6d to 20s par 100 lbs. Menanrfe bullocks brought £7 is 3d. .Oiring to th« approafihine; holidays, sheeD are lower by Is per head. Power, RurHEBFonti, and Co. report the receipt of, 1400 head of cattle during the week, generally of pretty good quality, prices remaining at the isame figure as last week. They sold on Wednesday 276. of Button's,- from the Lachlan at an average of £6 15s per heald ; M78 head of Kennelly, BrotherB, from thn Castlereaab. at the top average pf the day, £7 6s for bullocks, and £548s for.cowa., 26,000 sheep we're yarded, and some were Bold at a reduction on Ja6t week's prices ; they sold 2500 of Doyle's wethers at 9s, and , ewes at 7s, except culls. ? ' '.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

CUPPHLAND STOCK REPORT.' \ ' Pearson. Knomsh, ajjs Peck, report afe follows— Fat' Cattle: No alteration in prices pjnee last report..' We are; still of opinion that a steady weekly supply for'tne local' : maritet will meet with gond support. Fat Sheep t Prime wethers, 7s to $s ; ewes. 5s 6d to 6e. Lambs : None in. -VTc held our usual weekly feale on Wednesday last, 'vheii all were cleared ont at«atiRfactory .prices,, ftbqfre Sheep ;,',Ofood ? wethers from 4s 6i to 5a,; eweg, 3s to Ss'6d. ''?WeihavB several transactions pending in this utoek, irhioh -will be closed shortly., when we stall be enabled, to etfite agesj jetc. Store Cattle': ^e notice a slight downward, tendency in this stock, no doubt owing to tlio season getting lato. We sold on Thursday, at Warruk Wurruk, amobfrom Manaro— ,' medium bullorks, from £81 7s to £4 8s; workers, £4 IBs*' £5 9n. We stronirly advise constituents who are sefldiug' stock to us to study an-l selnct th^ir cattle for qnality, as purchasers are very ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THOMAS DAWSONS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

, wm*8 3-4jmmb4m?-&$T*\¥ *A? VA.rt%t.r^th£ msffkpt.hasjbfienJto'tifuUy .encp efl, and best mbts h^e nbUve^rSowTbln^'W: ^! head. * On TTe'dnesday, laitf Bold«Jd»on pf .nangiirfsiir pi' tanged from £S' 15S to £6 ''16s. pW^S tiWtiH)illy''iii ma' proved slightly during the last week or tiro, and duting the, present;! iiare.'lHttde mosfr!Sati3ftc6oryiiaJe«if(rili.'-£OOof Chisho1mfA. tut\A At TTnmoliiiBii. nftfik I^iftnd the remainder (aboui MOd^ofSalne^ocgl MSB ItaUnTitTs ^IIS,1 loOO ; odd of A. Gibson's, ewes, deUI(;ored;in;Gpulburn, #t6s ; fend lOOO Buckley's wethers, at Homebinh, at7s9d.. Store, Sheep: I have several inojuiriefi lor Books of good store1 wefhers, numbering from, 3000 Jto,10,0D()(jn .a, lot. .-Prices range from 4s to 5s 6d, being 'ruled by quality and position. Store Cattle : In consequence of the present full supply 'and low rates of the, tat cattle markets stores are not nearly ao much in demand; ana sales are but 'seldom eBectea. Horses : ITeeds are only disp...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

GOULBUHN STOCK MARKET. F.S.CkittEN ambCo.- FatCatUe : We sold tbis week 44 head bullocks as follows: .viz, 1st yard,. £6 Gs; 2nd do, £S 15s ; 3rd,do, £5 15 ; 4Ui do, £5 14s; averaging £5 18s. Good prime cattle continue to sell well at from 163 to 18a per 100 lbs. Quotations, best iut!dcks,£C to £7 ; medium to good, £4 ISs to £5. 10d. Store cattle ; We still huve numerous in quiries tot tbis olas6 of etock.' Stores of any description sell leadily, if anything at an advance upon former , quotations. We sold this week 87 head on account of Messrs. Eoott, 'Walker; end Wliurns, at,. bullocks £S 16s ,to.£4 2s 6d; cow--, £S«s to £3 Us ; and onajot of yeai lipgs jn ,/air con ditionai^^se'd. Quotations: all. bii3o^!K)s to 60s; equal eexes,55s'ti 65a.— Fat sheep iie-in 'demand both by Ttllsttade andflutsid'c buyers, pViDfa ut pre^eui bjing vury firm at from GsJoJs for gooa rime wrthprs, arfiSs to 5s Si for ewes. ; We sold a binall Jot on account of -T. Thorn, BbIJ.; nrixen «wes end wellniis.a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

As may be seen on penning the appended article, a Denitiquin contemporary, the Chronicle, hus takes some pains to point out to the electori of that dietrioT the principle and mode of voting by ballot. We do not eay that on Mannro ' certain people are just bow very industriously engaged in telling voter* th»t tke way in which they rote can be discovered,' bat we hear, though we do not Touch for the truth of it, that an attempt it being n made to excite tbe religious feelings of the electors of this district. This question has been widely and studiously avoided by both candidates. Let not the friends of either dare to broach or even whisper « question which would inevitably result in the severance of friendship, the creation of bitter en mity, culminating perhaps in bloodihed and mur der;. .we hare had no religious ory here a's yet, and bow as the contest ia nearly over let it not be thought of. It will be admitted there are many of the electors of the Manaro district not sufficiently...

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IRWIN AND TURNER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

IRWIN ANB TURNER'S REPORT wool.. — lae mariiet, altnoucn firm, snowed no advance in price at the sales of Ibis week. The English news on the whole is satisfactory, the sales opening with an advance of frum one halfpenny to a penny on the current rates of the August series. This advance was principally on flocks of this colony, as yet our market has not felt its influence. Our catalogue (wilh Hie exception of .a few large clips, bought in for shipment on glowers' account/ was clenred at full raies. , Quotations may be given as follows iT-Scoured, 9d to 201 ; handwashed1, 9-1 to 12d; fleece (superior clips), 141 to Wd ; ditto (fait), lid to 13d; ditto ^inferior), 8d to lOd; greasy, 2ii i.o 7d per lb. Sheepskins continue in good demand, owing to the scarcity of great y wool. T.*e sold nome 25.000 at fiom 3Jd to 4ja per lb. Tallow : The busi ness of the week comprised chipping parcels, which were taken freely ; the local trade operated only on add lots of station and broken packages, ul...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. BOMBALA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

LATEST SPECIAL TELBGKRAM. BOMBALA, Friday. OkiAt disappointment was manifested hare onaoopuatof the Hon. K ^gan not being able to attend Bom^^P^ escort him into the town ; they expressed sincere regret on -hearing ofllr.Eeatft illness. ' . ?'' i. r .' '? Mr. Garrettheld a meeting of electors on'behalf of Mr. Egan, and the usual resolutions ware iaaanunpnaly passed.

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Thr weekly wool rales attracted a full attendance of buyers. Late rates were readily obtained, and the catalogues would have been cleared if some parcels had not be»n valned above the priori recently paid. Scoured realised 9|d to 171 J, fleece 9{d to 13d, grots? i^d to GJd. The supply of sheepskins was email, and all offer;. df iiuxia a good market. Annvxed are partjiulnrs of snles. ? Irwin asd TunsER.— BB over KUB, 13 fleece at 123 ; TB, 10 at UJd ; LS, 8 at 12J ; EH, 16 at 12Jd ; IB, 1C at 12d ; 3 in square. 8 at 1 2d ; W over OC, 16 at 12Ad ; HC over No. JS, fl at lljd ; JS, 5 at lid ; OB, 5 scoured pelt at lOd ; Iff, IS Heeoe at 10M ; WC, 5 at II ; PJI, M at 32d ; O over J, 12 at l2Jd;'Pl-,20atlSd; 21ocksatBd ; PIT, 40 fleece at 123d; CK.fl greasy av4Jd. Itt small lots- 17 fleeceat7}dtol8d; .6 greasy at 4Jdto 6&d ; 12 lockB and pieces at 3Jd to 6Jd ; 2 mixed at 6Jd and Si ; K iotfi stieepckins at 3d to 4Jd. Haekibon aku JONBS.-M5E, ICfieecoatWd, 1 piec...

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(Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Friday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

ftoroWh Grevillt UHtt **., ZeUgtamnlM.) ' ' ' f ? SyDSEY,.fria»y,.N61,lL, . Ma. I.ACKET and Mr. Flood have beeaeleWed'for Cettb*l Cumberland. Mr. James Watson has been elected fn.W Lachlan. Mr. Dean for the Hastings. Mr. Smith, flienert highest caiiaidate,.prot£tefl ^^ Mt^eaaV^eMlon.;. Mr. Gerald Spring for Wellington, and Mr. Dangatfor the Mr.ir'emiinss hue been elected forihe Murray. The official declaration of the poIlforOentral Cumberland has been postponed, in conselluenc* of the absence of some of the papers. It is now generally bejievea, uui, Jfftcney and Campbell will be elected. A. cargo of Oalifornian breadstufla has arrived, and a Marksman, has been scratched for Tatteraall'B Maiden Plate. ' ' ? ...'.' Advices from New Zealand to the 21st December state Te Kooti and Kereopa. at the headof 400 men. were within twenty-five miles of Tokahgamutu. Their intenhon6 are unknown, «nd they appear undecided whether, to attack th» King party. (Jreat exoitfemeht prevails among the tri...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

LO2H DON WOOL REPORT. Jt his been resolved by the (Jommitt« of tlie Kew South ?waieylftd Van Pifemen'6 Land Commercial Association . . that, itf»7«, there shall be Five Sent* of ealcs, instead of ^WJl^^atesi.^BPPiBteAlhttiie umanatomtxA dfiekch B^,^urrtayA.yebraii^ao,r4te 7, Tum 16, September *? W«Hovemtoi 17 ; subjepr«p)f tiuiyatiforaeenoirciBn- stanoejansing Vhidh'inay render 56 ShWe neoessaryjin .v^w'M^lu^^^n, ; , JPorlhe safes- next %tuutog,- and -whi* oonuflenoejon ' ThifTSdey' November Jl ,iMe following we ihs new arrivals .]fl^-»ovemto.4^^ytoey/S7,6H*|l^ ? toH Ehillip, MM bales; T«4 .Piemen's l«aii4,,6M7fi»Ie«; Adblaide, ^.OJ9 bales.; Njew^aaland, 5,574 bales; SvSPslveT, 10 bales ana-34p»,4^«9bale« ; mrting ateWof 8S.200balea. *These . HfuresnngjTenDntlisaufliorttyofMriHeJnluttfieliwhrtBe. -Some btbtr of pur friend's gave the tfuaotity jbj from 82,000 to5*,W»;tnjJ'&ll apfea ia esHmsting tie quintity.lo^be ottered ?SotSuUSO.ObObkleB. * ' . V7stLiiin,-0rEBMvaT. asd Co.i...

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REUTER'S LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. LONDON, 24th November, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

BEUTER'S LATEST SPE0IAL TELKGHAM TO j GEEVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. LONDON, 24th November, 1»69. Th* French papers approve generally of the Ministerial manifesto in the form in which it left the. Chambers. The King of Italy is very ill with the fever, and is stated to be in a, critical condition; ? ? ?? ? ? ? . ? ; The Spanish papers deny that the Times has hid any authority for stating that the Duke of Genoa has refused the Spanish Crown. . . ..--.. -, , the passengers and crew of the missing ship Royal Standard have been rescued. The City of Pekmhas-annved.

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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

-COOMJ-PSrCES OtTRRENT. ? ???????£*. A.. £ s; d . Bread pet »b loaf ? „ ? O 0 6 to 0 0 0 Butter (fresh) per lb, ? 0 16 0 0 0 Butter (saltj per lb... : ? 0 10 0 1 3 Beefperlb ? ;. ? 0 0 4 0 t'O Sluttonperib ? :.u ? 0 © 3 ? -0 0 0 Bacon per lb ........... ? ? ? fl 0 6 0. 0 7 Cheese per lb ? 0 0 0 0 0 0, Potetospercwt ? „ ? .V-'O € 0 0''8 0 Hajrperton ? ; ? t ? vJS-.O .0 .18 0 O FJou&CfirEts) per ton ? „ ? _ 20 0 0 ' 0. 0 [0 Flour Iseoondsj per ton ? 19' 0 0 0 0 0 Straw jier ton ? , ? ,.., 2 10 0 S 0 0 Maize per bushel ? ; ? 0 6 0 0 7 0 Oats per bushel , ? ..; ? 0 9 6 : 0 10 0 ?Wheat per bushel ? 0 fi 0 0 6 6. Onions per ]b ? 00 5 0 0 6 Milk per quart ? ; ? ;., 0 0 6- 0 0 o Eggspordoren ? 0 16 0 19

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ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

* AVQtbQ'AU&HEAMAti.- Pncni the 'European Wait of the 5th November hit, undsr tlie head of?' The Ang Jo Australian in Lon don,' we clip the fallowing extracts: — There seems a chance of Ifew ^Ho^and becoming, ' -ere SoDjf, a favourite resort'oFtoarislw.' In » recent - ^dVeHisement in the Timis, biiAeA' Trip to, Aus- tralia ,' a gentleman and hie wife notify their wish ??'*? to meet with five or sir others, so as to make up , ' an agreeable party for a tour ofsix or eight month* : , vto the principle places of interest in Australia.1' A ?voyage to the antipodes now-a-dajs is looked, upon * by Numerous persons rnore lightly than, a journey ' - 'from London to York Was in thefdays'of theStiiartfll The advertisement in question naively goes ontoeay that, *! aa it b indespenseble that those forming this expedition should be suitable to each other, it may ? ?ave some troable to intimate that it will be com posed exclusively of persons of education and re* ?: ?tnement, and of adequ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

... ?? Solicitor, -&o., : ^ OOGSIA, CilT BB ConSUIjTBD AT HIS OtfMOE, ..'. «.* ?'sEtA.fl^-STEEET, COOM4. LICENSED. SPRVEYOR. GRAZING EIGHTS MEASURED. PRIVATE SURVEYS ' .^OlfAtL^ES^piPTIQW^ EXECUTED. ??;' ?:.'? ' 'i^'a'nbiiEBs— cpoMa.. hotel. PEARSOj^^ENGLISp, &PECK, STOC'k 'AND SjEAgDION AGENTS, -*il-l-siaml Stock Exchange,' ? ftJ.Ji .? ,- .. ,,, T IBERAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned ... J-j — for'aale. Account sales Jaridproeeeds promptly rendered. Mr. PftOK.vill continu&/as heretofore, to act as AUCTIONEER for Vie disposal^ ~ : Horses, battle, Sheep, &c. AGENT AT. BEUTHEN.-^SIa THOMAS J. STIRLING* [Aj.GARD.JJ ADAM 1ET ?AGB, GENERAL COMMISSION ?.-.- 1:--.'- -AQEMTiM'-r T MERIMBULA. F. S. COHEN & CO., ' AUCTIONEERS, ? STOCK & 'STATION AGEXTS, ? AND - ' . ? GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, OLD ^UjSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, ; AUBUBN-BTBEET, . ?'?: -..'. .i\* -i GOULBURN. ; #3i'P$ gfARDgwe CENTRALLY SITUATED \1/ and hove every ?cpnrenience for jD RA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

NOTICE. IT? it partScri arty requested that any liregtflarily to the J. defiverv, or reoeipt by post, of the Uaxuo Mmourt be notified at the Office with as little delay as possible, in ?tder that steps may be taken to prevent a recurrence ot the annoyance. ? ' ASD OOOfci. AMD B0KBU1 ADTBBTIHBE. O00MA, SATUBDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

COOMA ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. mo TAKE PLACE oir WEDNESDAY, tbx A 26th or JANUAET, 1870. Judges : E. Dawboit, Esq., P.M. A. Montagus, Esq., J.P. Committee s Dr. Davidson Mb. C. Solomok M*. Jambs Hnrrow Mb. Q. VT. Snnia Mb. B. Lifscomb Mb. G- M. Styhes Mb. J. O'Bbikit. Mb. G. Woomkot. Treasurer : 11b. Gbobgb Goes*. Secretary : Mb. Thos. Wk. Hbnby. Starter: Mb. B. Ldpscohb. First Prize : MAIDEN PLATE— 150 yardi ; for all runners that have never won an advertised price. Prise, £2 2s. Second Prize : . YOUTHS' FOOT BACE— 100 yards; for all youths under 16 years of age. Prize, £1. Third Prize : CHAMPION FOOT RACE— 200 yards ; for all comers. First prize, £5 ; second prise, £1. (Entrances for this Baoe must be addressed under cover, together with the entrance fee, 10s., and qualification fee in oases of non.subsoribere, 5s., to the Secretary on or before 8 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, 25th January.) Fourth Prize : THREE-LEGGED BACE— 100 yards. Prise, 10b. Fifth Prize : HANDICAP FOOT RACE— 200 yar...

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THE LATE MR. PEABODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

THE LATH MR. PEABODY. Gxobob Pbabodt, a defendant of the pilgrim fathers, of a family formerly settled in Leicester' fthire, was born at Danven, Massachusetts, TJ.S., February 18, 1795. His father was in business, and the son was apprenticed to ? grocer at Danvers. In 1812 he was m partnership with his uncle, John Pe&body,.at Georgetown, and manager of the con* cern, aurt at the tame time saw ai.tive seence as a volunteer at Fort Warburton. HavingffTeen for some years a successful merchant in partnership with Mr. Rif-gs, at Baltimore, with branch houses at Philadelphia and New York, lie came to Eng land in 183?, and established liim»el( in London aa a merchant and money broker in 184S. In this capacity , his name has been a guarantee for many momentary transactions on the part of more than on* of our Cnit«d States 5 and in 1848 bn largtly contributed to the Restoration of the credit of Maryland. Mr. Ptabody iuppU*i atQkowa ooit , the axraripins xuid garnishing of the^Uriitte...

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THE SPALPEEN. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 1 January 1870

THE SPALPEEN. f % P. McTenjfne, Em.) ( CHAPTER II. Spalpeen proncs4s en his way home— -enterUlnoJ ea th« borders of Kilkenny by Larry Corbett, the herdsman.— Hospitality of the Irish. The day was beautiful, though tba neasoa was pretty far advanced, for it was late ia tbe autumn. Ont more parting look at tht farmer'a bouse, one morn caress of tbe far mer ? aogn at he bid them ' go back 1' — another sigh to tbink that three year*' faithful services ahould have been thus re qoit'ed — and in a state of doubt and son rowful perpleiity, but vaio rrgr^t, Connor darted into tlie road by whioh be bad sr» rived, and oomnjenoed his journey hotn»* ward with but a few shillings more in bis pocket than he bad brought. ' Am t always to be ou» of luck V cried hf-. ' How am I to face tbn wife and thn children with the trifle I have about tne ?' and pulling out his haunt, ba found that six shillings, two «ixnence»-,'nnd a few pen* nies and halfpennies formed bis entire stock. ' Wfll,' continued Conn...

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