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THE DRAY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

j À fine speciírte^pf;"ttíis' breeä.'is'.'tlic'. Sui"-" ! fijljç srßssed(.wiih.t^ f" j .¡i TJiis;.is.the¡,very,system, as.wOj.gjiajj pre-,, septly de.çqribe^^Yhjçli/.lias been.; adopted v^i.th;Suçli,.s.uftcess/.iPoÛ>e, blQpd-j)or3¿?' and] bas made the English racer arid hunter, and jthe .Englislr hpcse generally, what.it jg. Ashlie,,racer is princjp$lfy. or" purely of £asteijp prigin, so hps,the^t$ísti$faúg\it* horse sprung .chie'fly.. from ^Flemish blood,' and,'tp that, blood the agriculturist has re-' cioùrseTor imperfection pf the, |3reed.J'Fpr.' the^dray, , the'spirit; waggon,' anti not toot héâyy leap's, and, for róaá-wpr.K'jg^.íT¿r<i1|y',t a .cross, with, the Fjrin der's will' be" advan- tageous; but if, in London,'the enormous heavy .horse must be used in ,th'e"cóal-wág-^ ¿on,' 'pr.'tfie heavier] load of 'the'.'wharf,''' we ^riustleave, our! mid jarid black, with all Iiis ! .unwieldy, bull£untouched. ' . ' ? . ',:., As an, ordinary beast bf lighter draught,' .an...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

i :' i Original Corrospoaaence. . . ! £5?" Tho Editor docs not identify himself with'liny . opinion's expressed by'' hi»: Correspondents,''out m?8ÎV?'* insertion ^ to such Conjmuniciuiuus j, .'sé¡setíñt eutUléii tó public congiduration.. .' .",'.'...,

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

» -o-iiüií.'n .f.To.CorrespondeiitSii ibili f j ¡¿iii -O- v'OCtOIK ? -iReporler of tlie HEBALDV úud" y^ill, supyly, fuUJ(j particulars'in onr next. 3 ¡.-, . -To' T/:OX^heuÙ*ïpr?tf\A>>boricinj n-Ûbûffôt 'bránVíy';irí -lápo'tlief iofj'-Th'tirsdityjideitUer.didS :Hé°ïiiVircî frie'Go^Pnîir Co fañ^ñ'ajdíiiniiii'oiJt toiîïîs ^ CarnpeMpwr/' ^n^lon%.f«o'w, t^tfitda-'iorabKcrt^* ' Tl¡é'"íbíé' tâtVitigalénirj'g' tnaMc? fexhUVil¿drBy' h!» ^Worship "on1 ithnt 'ds'y''wéiref'au enormous ;pairVór : . '-ifeliípdlisnfeflíhéiMMK «ito»;- »'< ..<'«»

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

JÍ/Í communications to the Officerof.t BfiU's.,. Lije must be prepaid, or they will "not

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GALLOWAYS AND PONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

'"" . GALLOWAYS ¡ANDrPQNIES. . ;-.' | A horse between-thirteen and fourteen ', hands in height is called a Galloway, from a beautiful,breed of little horses once found in thc south of Scotland, on the shore of the Solway Firth,'but'riow sadly degene- rated,: arid almost lost, from the'attempts of the farmers to obtain a larger kind, arid ' 'bctterjadapted for tlie'purposes bf. agricul ' tiire. There is a .tradition in that.country .that the breed is pf Spanish extraction, . .some Íiorses¡:having escaped from one pf the vessels of the Grand Armada, which . . .. was ' wrecked in ' the neighbouring, coast. : This district1,' however; so carly as the time of Edwardl l., supplied that nionaïch with a1 great riumbWIJf horses.1 ",'.'.., The pure galloway .¡was ..said .to be nearly: fourtcen.ihands.ihighi anet sometimes more;J . ,pf a, bright,bay, or brown, with blick legs,' small head hud neck, and peculiarly deep' ; anclrclcan .legs; :íü i síoutnessV.aiid''surc-fb'Ptedriéss over.a very/'....

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THE IRISH HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

THE HUSH HOUSjÉ.. i .o'- ' 1 .In some of the rich graz'rig counties, as.flr^eath, and.'^acommpxi^.['ciJÄrge"'Ijôrig : blood horse is rearedof co^siileral^ie value, ! but' he;.seldom ; has tíieí(eiegance ot',\lie j English horse ; lie is larger headed/ niprc ' l ileggy, ragged-hipped, 'angular,, yet-with great power iri the quarters, milch depth beneath tlic knee," stout; and hardy,- full of fire and courage, arid the best leaper iri the '"world."' ' :. ":.; ?; The'Irish horse is generally, smaller than ! the English. Ile is stinted in Iiis growth, ? for the poverty and custom of Uhe country have imposed upon li/hi much Iíárd work, ' ' at a time when he is unfit for, labour, of any kind. For this reason, top,' the Irish horse , is, deficient in speed. There fe.,. however, another explanation of '.this.,'. .;1EJie ..Irish ' ?i. thorough-bred horse »?, tiot , ci[ual ty the j English, He is comparatively, i ti ..weedy, ' ' leggy, worthlc8S:animal,. and very little of j him enters into t...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

;;. SPORTING;;^ ?-<¡>ÍM--i-' V'.jc: : >:i Vmfii r»rí )?.( :. .. : 'íd!'.* o' h::ú Penrith; Annual Eaees .... . i4tli, liïth, & lOth i)af, DVnpor'jChib Babes,.^....r.ist January,,1847'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

TO ÁGÉprS ANfo^OUN^Y ' g S]ftiSCRllÈRS. "'"Wi-" Cí EVV ERAL of our Country . Agenta have been so exces- sively tardy in malting remittances, that it is necessaiy to acquaint them, that theil- districts will not be at tended to, unless they transmit Iheir funds immediately ; and Country Subscribers living at a distance from - Agents,jnjust^eitb.^ subs<^ptîpn^{^r^^fhVjor be struck.

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THE HORSE. CHAPTER IV. DIFFERENT BREEDS OF ENGLISH HORSES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

? TBS ZX08SS. I .?'--íyA OHÀPTEB rv.-- . - : DirrEnEKT BREEDS OP Esoiiän nonaEs. -' v /^ ' .'-'[CONTINUED.] - 11 lie Heavy ! Black Horse is,the last va- riety it'may be necessary to notice. It is bred chièfiyliiri'h'si mialandlcounties from Lincolnshire to Staffordshire. Many are bought up by the Surrey and Berkshire farmers ''aeWwtfr'yeHrs^^ wôrkié,d\;rbpâé^ ípíir, earping,^^ they are then sent to the"Londbh jnarkety and'áold at a profit of ten or twelvë'per cent. "'"1 "' It would notañiíwer 'ttié 'breeder's pur- pose to. keep them ' until they are fit for town-jvork. s . Ho <has plenty off'fillies'arid .iriares'o'n'hisfarni'fo . lté'¡barírequire'.; 'lije th^éforé sells thern]..,to a person nearer tl.ië.Hrnotropolis,,. by whom they are gradually,,tr^rjtd and prepared. The traveller Ças" probably wondered.jtp ]sçe.fpurJ of thesißjegor,^ ip a line ¡before, a..ploughn>oni no very heavy soil, and where two lighter horses would háva been quite sufficient. The'farmer is tra...

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BRAIDWOOD MAGISTRATES. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

BhAID^OOD/.MAGÏSTUATÈS.' . ' To the :&díttf 0f\ BeÍVs Life iii Sydney^ Sin -- Having in "my communication of tbe iird instant; briefly'Mvehed^'to the ««traôràiunry power assumed by the Petty Clerk of thePetty Sessions at Braidwood, î iioiv beg to introduce to public notiee the public acts, pf tbe iidiniuiatrators of justice, in that much-neglected district,' in doing which I will ; confine myself to matters which ore of vital impor- tance, to every, well wisher of .this his native or ; :adoptedl country : and I assura those gentlemen (for so etiquette'compels nie to'; s't'víe;;íichi),' whose .' conduct T here arraign nit the bar o'f piiblic opinion, that nothing will give the writer grenier pleasure than that'of their exonerating'themselves before the 1 ?Mine tribunal. But(o' illy subject-Î again, popped my uuwB'cpnio phiz iiito thé Court-house of Braid- ' wood (the sacred domain of Mackenaie aiid Co.) .ou .Wpdu.esd.ay_ the lttli inst. and.upon my enteriug, ; .'td, .'wha't'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

v .ÖäÄPjG.RS* CLUB RACES, " ! ;¿". . .:..7',FIRÍ^ ; TUB DRAPERS' .' Vüixpk of -A-^ Sovereigns, 1 .. "for dil.horses bona''lille the property of Mein- I -'bbrs'of the*'Committee y herits'-^biicè ro.uiíd' um) . á' tlístiiiiéo.^'l'j/oars old auil under, ,10 st. 7.1bs. ; : 5 years old and upwards, ll'st.-7 lbs. ; : maidens ' .allowed, ö. lbs ; entrance,'Three .Sovereigns ; . riders to be approved of by thé Committee. ?. ''&EC'ONÖ RÄCEJ ' The, UNION. PURSE "of Ono .líuudréd^S'pverdgns, ; for "all. maiden "horses ; 'heats,-once round;! "' ' "'w'eighY'for agi;,', carrying - Hiiincbush-' rabihg ' i . weights";'eutraut'o,'Five1 Soveiyiigus»C' -.!?'/.: , : . ';',. '..." THIRD RAGE. : ( ! ; i ¡ i Tho T ii AD¿ S A f R N'S PURSE of'l-'ifty.Sovereigns, ? ' tor all blor'ses ;' heats-twice round; weight,for age, currying Homebush racing weights; untrauoe,, - .-.'¡Three Sovereigns. , . î ; : i> , ,, ;. t iTbe BEATEN STAKES of Two Sovereigns oaoh, ; with Twenty Sovereigns added, for all. b...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

SEPT. 13. -Louisa, litipr, 182 tons, CsptniuTtini- i ton, from Hobart Town 3rd inst. ' n'-'1'1 14. -Essington,'brier, Ï53 tons, Captain Mills, from Pert FiuryjTlbinst; . ¡ - r? ; - j -Jobi\,.Pirje, schooner, 105 tpns4 Captain ¡ ';.bévlin,,froin(A(Velnidé títh iñ'át. " ""'!';:' 17 ' ^'íé^'Catb^ ,' frpnV Lniíifcestbii'Otb inst. . ' . '.??>' '".''líí.-rÁ'ntíilePi barque, 105 totis, Captain Millar»? .;frbm Manila lOlb June."-: -: , r-, .' ! :; : lö.-William Dyde, barque', f>32 ' tons,, Captain; ^ Steward; from tbe Downs lOtli May. .. r . ; , j ;. 12.-"Palmyra, .barque,;- 003 toils, Capt.'Stephen,I from Hobart Town Ord inst'. ..:>. 15. -Henry, sohoaner, 30 tons, Capt. Mathieson, ; from Port Phillip Otb inst. ' 1 " 1 . ??? 187-Tamar",- 'steamer, 130- tons, ;Captaib"AHeu, : ,:from MoretoniUoy,13th infct.^1 ^¡i, I .? ; ¡IG.--Greciau, brig,..SlS^-.toiiBg iBostainIWo.ta©n,: from tho Whale Fishery... '.'. ' ,.'.'i '* . 47.-Sfnukiu, bri?, 100 tons: Captain'; Cooney, ; fromA'ncklaml'uth...

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THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

The company was-more numerous than on;the prccedingiyear.althoughlhe Meeting liad been "postponed to a very.late .period. About ¡lialf-past one o'clock His Excellency Sir, Cliarles:Filz Roy, arrived, accompanied by¡ the Colonial Secretary, the . Private Secretary, Captain Jenner,and several other gentlemen. His Excellency^., .reception plainly .denoted the. universal, popularity which. Iiis .urbanity has. sb deservedly se- cured him.' The'Mayor pf Sydney, Capt. Innis,Mr. " Charles_ 'Abercrombie,, with other influential gentlemen,,>vèrè in waiting to receive his^ Excellency, who. appeared in- disposed to relish the municipal dainties prof- fered J Sir Charles w'ore á brown Newmarket, with dark pantaloons, and the'grip bf'His Excellency's knee, to' the damage, of the aforesaid' inexpressibles,' pláiüly vindicated that1 .'he 'was no^rioyïcë! at cross-country work.'r; Amongst |thé attendant spectators we 'observed',''Captains Dallas,' AppèrÎèy, Jenner, Gall,* Porter',: Biles'; Nichol...

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FIVE DOCK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

t«<»t« o». FIVE 'DOCK RAGES: ~» . NOTAVITHSVÀNDÏNO 'iihè^Hr^t^ning/'àp-' péâ'rânce 'of vtTiéuc!olù!s;" ahfl'^íl/e pelting warning experienced throughout the earlier part of the week, the' mbrñing of Thursday broke-upon 'us'with brie''of;the richest gifts öf ah ''Australian' Spring, quickening and vivifying our energies to enter more en- thusiastically into the animating scenes approaching. ; .The day--was,- indeed, a lovely one,, with i a' ;brisk ' breeze blo wing from the northward, and not a cloud to be seen.i <? ?. :'-;¡¡ ?. ] ?>? ??? ?? .' ' 'In.",à'dditîon to the numerous vehicles whicli'linèd-the road, other modes bf con- - veyahce'' were ' resorted.| tb; .arid a motley group had'stowed themselves on board the various ateam'èfsr wliich""ât- intervals plied between the .Sydney , and Ithe Five Dock Bay. :,<?>.:. ..;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

'. GENERAL IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, .;t: ?:' £22,-Ccórgc-stróct. KNOTT having complete;!.,the alteration ho a has itítóly'béeri'rri'áfiiiig to'rqnder his premisos .moro: convenient; begs to inform Iiis friends, t'hát'hn iwill «ow bo cnabled.to: lecep a larger éto'ólt1 of 'nli descriptions of Ironmongery and Tinware,- which: ho milt'contimió'_to' a'eli' ot 'tho lowest ronrnnorating 'prices; -Country: Orders both for'tho Store,'iitid èift tion cxeouted' with despatch,' nmVevery'-nrti'cloSnay tie depended on as of,tho.best quality..^ . 201 f THOMAS £HAW\ïnté.of thc « WOOLPACK," ' J- "' Petersham, most respectfully informs those .gentleman who'so liberally patronised him there, that lie has removed to the . . . ;;f ; " STAR 'INN,%;.',. .'. r Burwood, Parramatta lload,: ; . . where, with '.' all appliances, and means to boot," he solicits a continuance of their favors. , . T. S. ha's ranch pleasure in being enabled to state that he can afford accommodation1 of a first-fate description to h...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1816. English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

~?TR SATURDAY,''SEPT'ÉMBER.^.PÍiX9^4xt¡v.¡i\¡- j ... j.-j:1,1 Lti.i". i.iuj. ..... ii j Rngltsn liewa. .o'üíq .('.J . TiiE'iRdport on ftlie'Coni'írríptíríátiori 'Blll was brought up in<the»H0tise>of Commons'1 onT the 8ll>. Mayland' aftéí-a' warm debate-' tlio'Reporti \vas^rec'eivfedyiaudi',tl:e' Bill was" ordered Ho 'be priñted',"afídf<Tead a ' third j time on the lilli May : on which day the ; Marquis of Granby moved) that'thd Bill 'be j readiithat-.iiday six.':montIisyti ft protracted! j debate-ensuedy which" was* still1! periditig.'on 1 the 15th Mayj"ibut (.the génoral opjñionr ¡ Icaut towards tlienprobability of the Bill j being!,passed.c<. :W< ????M *..< ..XA ?. <? : rr,- I " Lieutendnt-Golonel' Barneyi R.E;,' waa ga¿ettéd>'as«Liéutenant'Go'verrí0rof;:North' Australia; ;"under .?the style and title7 of Superintendant;'!' fc .::.:<.''. .tmo'.<....i¡; ,. .. v.-. ?' The terrn'-'óf the ...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

! btu; .e'ií.iiffüpóllotí'aápórta.iioi li;Viv:>2 'lü ; aim t:f!taa: r .u. -J±u.jjii io óisitfo jirci.:;:; j tlir/'ihretr 'soldie'ra 'of. ÜuV^Í&lj' reg'irncri?,; c'Kárge'íl' ai' I being'eohcerto tíámris'if ¿js*wi(íii'h,; werc'pft'eek Iff üVéXílU^BeiP^oU^w&^sV,' oriagérl'andJ0rdererl: int'o'tb'e^feesst' tió'x'i'and ''dh ' I bot,'Wu^ftltebe^'dk'W tb«Jj)revïoris'^nn'sàaj'dT,en>_' j .iny/f Mutiny Vutl ^Tuíbo^^nt'ívilU'.'^ííu Wto^ífie5-1 ) ptitijíé^jonse? ?Wilnet's rgbYrhliff-Á?(jíówtt0on1'th'B ? j wXteh from ji¡ü'B¿6'xfe*ále HfrtôteV? NVd'spérit it ¡ aú'd1 wè'iit; ¡uto' ''bajràiks^thir^ tb^ After-' I ward's .^übfityjöävau^ out ;of j baVrficks-Went*5nYó'thé^^pnblió'TioJáe^licW^tííé' j watch'Ws',r*änii!'as£ed 'Yoi raore'-'u'Hnk^'or bisó'tho . w'tttéh'; we gbt'tii'é1%'àt_cli'frô'rn"BroK'n',twituessftook i urGaTana'gh^nfterwàrds töok'H' out of Iiis'hand ; we ' Weht' nboùVdr'înWiifg'a'nd^iôVt bW anötlicr'by !the; j Bariracks,/;;'Thftt*8 Wt'wltries8(kúbws:;; üivil «¡{«V, ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

.«vwi't . ' ? ??'?.<-- ? ????? :1 .... ? XioecU ( Intelligence.. ., ¡;.¡. < " -ri.'.-tuj.-.v; ?»?;'.»'/. '-.-ÍHÍ --o- , un ?: .! .: rr',. ''" INQUEST.-An inquest''was ^Held^ ! oh 'W^dne^aa'Vi'. aft'.; the;'\New¡' Y^rjc'-Höf ely1 on .Qne^.'TjW through," the., rupture o£ > a ¡blood ¡vessel; oc- casioned by excessive .exertion.in ;rowipg. Cummins had overworked himself on Tues #y>:,.ty»^,dJdt,,not,,.ííee^^ About ,7[iô'clock::;p. .m., he complained: of feeling ':sick!' and; went to bed ; ' he'''was sjjprtly ' àfierwards^hèàrd to moaner nd 'one o£' tlie^bioa^s'-crew^ on' gp¡ng^o"prrer¡aid, pcrpeived ¡tlrnt the. mon ,was dying; - He ran'instantly for medical assistance; but the uhfortuhate'!rnan expiiedv before; succour arrived. . Verdict-Died by the visitation Of'GOcl^'ç.'.fj _''. 'j,, / ..'.',.;.; ; .¡NATIVE'''MERIT.-It'-is .'.gratifying>"to notice-that';;;'¿lnv^ don, 24tli 'April,) speaks ¡ri high terms of appreciation of the discoveries of Captain S; i P...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

j .. i . .;. . .: SECOND DAY. . ' '' : . : Thè veracious editors of ihèHerald \y\\o] pride themselves upon their singular '.'gifts of prophecy ,!hád foretóId,thát her ladyship. ; was to have formedone bf the^leadiug air' tractions-bf the course yéstérday ; âh'j' consequently, in 'spite'' of wind arid weather, the assemblage of 'rí.áníy devotees !tq gal- lantry .and- the sex were numerous-beyond expectancy." Mr. Cooper Turners. Stan-: )iopè|j liad eviSlnitly receivedi^^ ex tn polisr], whihk SS was plainly "per^eplibli tha'rrïhe pcruijmer's tongs had none thei duty willi tile hirsute fascinations of Iii: physog. We regret, however, that tin . lateness^of the hour ^Hj^not.allow us ti jîënlçrge upon the-'niéritQrj^Dusfâjivalry ex í*énipJ|^ieuV¿ by inany. ptfijer j^jptrants fo v' carpet fame-otherwise we*coufiî expaliali -upon-tlie Quixotic efforts of sundry errátil adventurers of fortune. Toward thc timi îi)f starting the weather somewhat cleared and although neither Sir Charles nor Lad...

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AFFILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 September 1846

?:..-::¡íu ûi!j to um:;'iir,¡> '¡o -. ji.jiit, / <Wittt«n>-S[iooQcr¿fn¡ ¿«y Lothario? orotW Itr.t1tiw valo bf.yoars.'nppoarnd in.the!police court on.Wèd-l. nes'day to rchnt'thcj cfiórgo ol' certain amorous peo- ! cadillos which arc..oftener ?.'perpetrated thnn-con-' . fessed,by thc pure prpsolytcs pf Mr. John Saunders, tlje cold, water bishop. ;, .Spooner, .who Js.oné.of tho. lights pf tiio:tex;iawyer'8 clerkes, mob^ Rooked about . ak comfortless aa a neophyte justrçleosed from ¡tile/ well pf living, waters.'into : which porsoji,. Jpluí ha?, immersed uot.a^few; who wanted n,c\it/i\ for the: simples. '/,,« , ; ', _!,;v:><.i{ r.'.-ol'.-V. .jThé complainnnt¡:Mary AnnEliiins.-wteJa darte-' oyed, wi'cftcil'lookltig brimclto; vergiiig >iowards<tho: extremo!oftho ruiddloagö ; «ho' held' iu:her'árms: thc lova-plddgeof thü'fiuthlp'ss oise,: «nd > its hluc . eyes'and h'ght hair'rather corresponded^ with tho' defendant's' personal .charms. ?' ¡Éí...

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