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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

GOULJBURN PDOLICE GOURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Alexander, and Hosburgh. .William Mason, junior, for being drunk and.. diorderly, was fined 40s., ..or, seven days iii gaol, Henry Burgess, for nearly a similar offence, was fined 5s., or'three days in gaol. Margaret Berwick was charged with being drunk and 'isinig'profane language. For the first offence a fine of ass., or .three days in gaol, :was ?imposed; and for the second offence 40s., or a month in gaol.' Hugh "M'Innes was"brought up on sus plibiionof being of unsound miird. * Mr: Betts appeared for defendant, and Mr. Gannon for the.prosecution. Constaljle Marshall *deposed: I arrested defeidan't' at his residence last evening- on warrant (that I 'produce). He said it ivas: a shaieie atndi was very'unwell, and relpeated theword'several times; I saw nothing like insanity about him ;he: was sober *whenl I' arrested him . To Mr. Gannon': I was on duty yesterday; I did not seehini going about the town at all. To Mr....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

H AI REMOVED to Sloan -street, next ul OLo Railway Hotel, con nues t RE. CEIV' PUPILS FOR THE IA, RTE AND' SINGING. VACANOIES 4R - RESPECTABLE BOA , J2 door to Railway Hotel, Sloea e.stet, Ter~d-oderate. MRs. J. WOODVA Furnished Apartments To Let, ALSO VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE HOUSE Sloane - street, Goulb n. (Late Cashel House.) MaS.. BUTLER, having engaged DR''S MAKER from Sydney, is prepared to EXECUTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and most reason able terms. Superior Photography I T HE GOULBURN PHOTOGRAPTIC STUDIO, Auburn street, opposite Royal Hotel, was * AWARDED PRIZE gEDAL At the Melbourne InternationalE ibi i AND SILVER MED, L From the Goulburn A., P., ety. INSTANTANEOUS PROCE?SS FoR CHI REN. Pictures copied and enlarged to Life size Cartes de Visite, 12s 6d per dozen. Only SUPERIOR ARTISTIC WORK delivered. RUDOLPH CASPERS. W. W. RICHARDSON, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BUILDINGS, GOULBURN, JEWELLER, H AS in STOCK a choice selection of J. dEWELLERY, Just receiv...

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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

Goulbarn Literary and Debating Society. THERE was a large attendance at the weekly meeting of the above held on Tuesday last. The Rev. A. M. Tait occupied the chair, and the usual preliminary business having been disposed of, including an invitation from the Church of England Working Men's Associa tion- to a lecture on Monday evening next, Messrs. I. Rainer and H. Salmon were pro posed for membership. The special business set aside for the evening-readings and recita tions-was proceeded with, and the following members took part in the same :-Mr. J. Walker read.a piece entitled "Regret for the Dead;" Mr. Anderson recited "Marmiion and Douglas at Tantallion Castle ;" Mr. Gall " The grasp of the Dead;" Mr. A. Cirawford, jun., " Hamlet's Soliloquy;" Mr.'A. Brysoni, jun., read a humorous piece on "The -Head dress of Ladies ;" J. Thorburn "Humanity," and .:Mr. F. Charles recited "Strike, Strike." The criticism which followed the rendering of each piece was interesting and profitable, and ...

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INSOLVENCY MEETING. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

INSOLVENCY MTEETING, TUnISDAY, JUNE 28. BEFORE Mr. Voss, Acting Commissioner. A meeting in the insolvent estate of Patrick Murphy of 4.oulbifrn took place in Goulburn.: Mr. Betts appeared for the official assignee; Patrick.Murphy deposed: I have signed iosolvency papers, and don't think I have sent down to Sydney any accqunt since .my schedule; I got one letter from the assignee since my insolvenicy-; -I gave it to miy attor ney, Mr. Davidson ; I did not dispose of any of my goods wholesale just before my insol vency, nor did I send any ' away; .I sent a trunk or ipvo of boots back to Sydney because they weie mnis-fits; the value of them was about /£3p; I had' them in my possession about a month; I. did not sign any bill for these boots, I had not at that time made up my mind to become insolvent; I produce accounts of my pay)ments; I do not know if there aie amongst these papers any accounts of goods: Ireceived ; I have not any money.; my Niwife has none that' I am aware of; she mig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

WBa teal, A MAN o do S.1A J?OB OF,F C1NG. . T. GAN N, Clurch Hill, 'Wanttd. F OUR GOOD CARPENTERS. Apply once W. DUNCAN, Builder, Goulburn./ Wsri neal. SFI RT CLASS ILOR, to work eekly, : od wages. BlS MAN'S TA?ORING EST ALISHNMENT. WVanted, A MALE COOK and GENERAL/SER 1NT. Apply MRS. LAST, riterion Hot B'aumtcl. . GOOD GENERAL SERVANU. A ly to SMus.' McCALLUM, Union Club otel. ~ ITATION by a WIOW (ivith boy 2 Nears ), as COOK or G NERAL SEREVANT, in family ; wages not o much an ob jt as a g home for the child. G od reerence, address F., Post Office, bungendore. lau?ssled. A GARDEN R-he must un stand pruning e and graftin Apply at the fice of this paper. .Vasante SGOO..FTALE CO Apply Mcs. . STEPHEN N, Coach an Horses Hotel, Grafton-street. -W'asnted, A ?F ALE COOK; also, HOUSE D for a week. Apply l ibernian H "'W:ante(d, J N accustomed to farm S. EMANI L. Wanted. 200 TONS of BILLET.WOOD; also quantity of POSTS, .RAILS, and PALINGS>.     Apply to ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

SYDNEY MARKETS. TRADE appearsto show sins of improvement in the Metropolis if one can jndge of the daily reports from these., Hides, sheepskins, and wool retain their firmness, and prices are fully equal to those stated in our report of last week. The same may. be said in regard to bones and horns. Breadstuffs.-Flour is unchanged, but wheat is about ata standstill,the price realised by auction at Messrs. Mort and Co.'s sale was from 4s royd to 5d, bran I4d,.and pollard .Iad.. Feeding Grains.-Maize is easier,, the supply being better, we .quote 3s per. bushel, oats are'wvorth from 2s jd to 2s ird. Potatoes.--These still inmaintain their price, we quote from£'3 z5s to 6 4 5s per. ton. Dairy Produce.-The market: is not over supplied, prime saniples are eagerly sought aiifter and are worth frbm Is to Is 4d. Eggs are'easier; wequiote from Is 2d to Is 4d per dozen, cheese from 5d to 7d, bacon 5d to 6d. .Poultry.--We quote as follows: Turkeys 5s to 7s, Geese 5s to 6s, ducks 3s to 3s 6d, fo...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Goulburn Prices Current,. Flour, fine, £13 ptr ton.; seconds, 12 Wheat, 4o 6d. per bushel . Bread, 3d. to 4d. per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Gd. to 2s. 9d. pei bushel Maize, 2s. lOd. to 3s per-ltishel Barley, 2s.- 6d. to 2o Sd per bashel Hay, £3 5s to £3 12s Gd per ton Straw, 35s. to 40s. per ton Potatoes, £2 15s to £3 5s per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. IHams, Sd. per lb. Butter, fresh, 1s. to is. 3d, per lb. al nt, 5;d. Sd. Lard, 3d. per lb. E~ggs, i s. 7d. to 1s. Od. per dozen Chleese, 4hd. to 5d. per lb. Bran, Is. 2d per bushel Pollard, is. 2d. perbushei : Onions, 13s. Gd. to 14s Gd per owt. Fat Wetlers, prime, 7s to 8s Store Wrethers, 5s. . Store Ewes, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. Store Cattle, 22s. Pegs, 3d. to 36d.per lb. -- ' : Beef(retail), 2&d. to 3d. per :lb, - : Mutton (retail), 2ad to 3d. per lb. :: . Hides, 7s. 6d to lis. .each: Sheepskins, 41d. to Sdq per.b . :l i'allow, 21s to 22s. per owtf.' WIattle Bark, £2 10s to. £2 15s. per ton Poultry--Fowls, 2s. to 2s. Gd: per pair; turkeys...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

CROOKWELL. (From our Correspondent. ) THIE WEATHER.-At this time of the year sunny days are few and far between with us. The few fine days we have had are now past; and the first of July comes in with rain and snow and cold winds. Coming Events-To-morrow we are to have a monster meeting held in our Tem perance Hall, to consider over the proposed tramway from Goulburn to Crookwell; also we are to have set before us the advantages of the Meat-frezzing Company, and this meeting is to be favoured with the presence of our energetic memberfor Argyle, P. G. Myers, Esq. We Know How to do it.-The good peo ple of Crookwell are a little more practical than their neighbours at Collector. No fear. that we shall sit down with a tear and a frown. We believe we have got good men to represent us, and we shall make good use of them. What is the use of good tools to indifferent workmen. Let all croakers put their shoulders to the wheel, and help our members; then we believe good will be the result. Ju...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

TARALGA. (F rom o uri doerespoi.ent.) TRAMWAY MoVEMENT.-According to ad vertisement a public meeting was held at Cliftorn's Hotel on Thursday afternoon for the purpose of initiating steps to secure the bene fit of tramway communication between Goul burn 'and Taralga. The meeting was respect ably, though not numerously attended. No doubt.a mnuch larger attendance would have been secured had greater publicity been given to it and longer notice. All who did attend, however, manifested a lively interest in the movement, and passed every resolution sub mitted to the'ii: unanimously, and a mbre orderly nieeting ','e have never witnessed in :Taralga';. 'Mr. Charles Ross was voted to the chairi who briefly stated the objecti of the meeting, and called for' Mr. WV. Ht. Whiting, J.P.,. to move the first riesolution, as follows: -?' That taking into consideration. the im portance of the. district of Taialgi, connec tionr with ..the ':Gret Southliern Railvay. by tramway is urgently required." ....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

COMMERCOIAL INTELLIGENCE, THERE is no change to report in business matters, excepting perhaps that there seems to be a share of the same dullness charac teristic of other towns at this season of the year in Goulburn; but notwithstanding this there is a considerable quantity of produce leaving the railway station for districts that recently secured railway communication. Wool.~-We have nothing to note in this line. Sheepskins.-The demand for these is in creasing,: and any arriving in good condition and well-woolled, are eagerly bought. Prices are firm forall classes. SHides.--These are in demand for local -use and export, and realise from 7s 6d to Is; the value is decided according to the condition they are in on arrival. Tallow.-This commodity is enquired for just now, and prices are somewhat firmer, We have noticed. several small lots having changed hands. Wattlebark.-A few loads' have been brought in recently and quitted at. late rates. Breadstuffs.-Flour is in good demarid and ma...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, June 29. EIGHT thousand pounds is the total amount subscribed to the Land League. More sub scriptions are solicited with a view to defeat the landlords. The cricket match between representatives of the Oxford and Cambridge Universities, concluded to-day, resulting in favour of Oxford by 135 runs. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 29. Of the ten persons convicted of being im plicated in the murder of the late Sultan, Abdul Aziz, nine have been sentenced to death. Izzet Said Pasha has had a milder sentence passed upon him. LONDON, June 30, It is officially announced that Captain James E. Erskine, private secretary to the First Lord of the Admiralty, has been appoint ed to the commandfof the Australian station as successor to Commodore Wilson. Captain Erskine will fly his flag on board H. M. S. Nelson, 7000oo tons, 12 guns. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 29. As already announced, the trial of Midhat Pasha and other persons, charged with being concerned in ...

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Sale at the Land Office, Braidwood. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1881. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Sale a8~~Pt~ !the:Lau gOfie, Biaidwodoi .'wEONESIDAYr JULY 27, t88f'' ''' ~ I:l diCointiryLotsh Lot ::A, 37 acres; couniity of St. V eiincent, parish of Bettowynd, on the left bainl of Tellowar Creek, anid .adjoining theli'north bbun'idaiies ':ofHas?isall Roberits and R)oyds' ortt'ion: 1No. 204 o' ac'4cires, :anrid J6hn Hylanid's: conditioinal puiclasell, portio no 6o'0 f?f 20 acres ; VOid conditionial puirhase pbrtion of.John Hyland,:'.: ':':' - ,':-!· Lo :t:- B, county of! St::Viri cent, piSfish of Marilowe on itheli: right bank 'of'th lie:Slihal hiaven Rier adjoining part of'the .western boundairg of ;R.!:Travedr ? -coniditional: pur chase, portion INo. £I 4 o'f "4 acres ?exclit sively ofa roadi : chami wide.'..i!: , SLot :C, :o acres";'county 'of- S. Vincent, parishi- of :-Seyrnitur; j:adjoiniing' :tlhe eiaist bouindary 'of' A"S:. 'S ., Lees' icdniditioflal pirchase iportibin Nd. b7 of :40 aicires:""~' " : .,Upset prie £ 5:s. per acre. .. :..y Pr'?ited: an publishled by. Thomras...

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FRIENDSHIP. To S. A. M., Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

FRIENDSHIP. To S. A. M., Fairfield. The rarest gift that Heav'n bestows Is a friendship true and strong - A friend to cheer us in our woes, S Throl this world of sin and wrong.. * The friend I love is young and fair- - S .- -Bright truth dwells in her e?eos; As the falling suowflakes she is pure, And her heart is warm as summer skies. But it is willed that we must part, My treasured friend of yore, And sorely it will grieve my heart To see thy face no more. Nonein this world can e'er replace That friend so dear to me That girlish form and'handsome face I loved so well to see ! But the' fate part us for a time, And sorrows come between, Believe (whoever prove untrue) I'm still what I haveolbeen. The' dearer friends forsake you, 4nd lovers fiokle be, S.' Believe that you will ever Find a constant friend in me. : - ': MAUD WILMOTT, Golepie, Junde 28.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

UOULBURI POLICE COUIlT. FRiDAY, JUNE I. "BEF6RE' Messrs. Voss, Meyer, and Rossi. Richa.rd Westcott'was charged.with steal ing a vheelbarrow the property -of John Johnson. Conistable Cochiane delpoed : I arrested the pirisonieir this miiorning by viirtue.of a war rant.I produce; I told liim the clharge, and he'replied Johnson is my employer Senior-sergeant Fenton applied for a re mand to Wagga, which. was granted. " : Si rhomias Carroll wds charged witli allowinig a.horse to stray in the court-house reserve, and was fined 2os. and as. 6d. costs. ' J. Carroll was 'charged with allowing a horse t stray. . Plea nsot guilt)y. Constable. Marshall deposed O'n thea6th. June I found a horse straying in Montague street, I put him .in. the enclosure at the -back of the court house, and afterwards took itlto the pound; the horse .was of a chesnitt colour. 'I To defendant : The street wlhiere the aniinmal wvas straying. was not the same, street as you reside In. William Sibson, pound-lkeeper, de...

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Defeat of the Victorian Government. MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Defeat of the Victorian Government.,, *· : .:, " : : . , MELBOURNE. -Thursday. '' IN the Assembly to-night, Mr. Miramsr con demned the Government in unmeasured *terms: He said they had donrie more than any .of their predecessors'.to reduce politics to:a mere system ;of scheming and' intriguing, 'and showed that the rewardiofa politicallife, wias ?bt for: faithful service, bit; the rewardi of tricksters anid: bullies.;:i After :this tirade r:he :said that he would v6te for!.the Ministry;,but he never:gave a' vote with mbore 'regret;i.? Mr. ,Longmore' was-also: very .severe on thieMinis tIry, inidividually ?nd collectively, and:acci'sed the Minister of Railwaysiof. beifig a ifree trader< sitting :with protectionists. - He .said he would vote for:the h Ministry; or rather for Liberalism. These announcements were re ceived withisomeifi'Cconfuisioh'6h 'both sides of the'House':' Mr. Murray Smith .summed .ip the :indictmerit;on :the part ofth'e Opposition, and said; they haid n...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Telegraphic Inteliigence [ifRoM oUn ooRRsruPoNON.S.l. SYDNEY, SATdnIjAY. THE Californnianl mail' s'tearier :City of Sydney arrived yessteringht. The quarter's revenuiereturn is the subject or great congratulation .throuhout the country to-day.. A telegram from Adi~iral :Clanwilliam announces that the squadronv will leave. Mel bourne for Sydney on Friday next;. : . The Military :defence Commission con cluded their labours yesterddy; their" report will be ready for presentation to..Parliament in a few days. The tradesmen residing at Brickfield Hill held a meeting yesternight protesting against the tramway being taken down George-street. The attendance was small and the procedings were not very elthis?liastic. TIhe Victlo'ran 'Iinistry Ihave decided to recommend a dissolution; it is not tlhouglit probable that- the Governor will consent. The Victorian team won the Intercolonial football match with tlhe greatest ease, secur ing nine goals over twventy behinds, Sydney only obtainin~-ffe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

WILLIAM DAVIES & 00C, Tailoring Department. Special Purchase of Really Superior Tweeds. A PORTION of these on view in our d window. We offer the whole at the fo ow ing low rates : IIen's Suits..............2/ 0s Youths' Suits .......... f, 5s Boys' Suits ..........2 ... 2s TO, ORDER, AnD THOROUGH Y SHRUNK. Guaranteed Perfect Fit, or need not be taken. W?ILLIAVIE DAVIES & CO., AUSTRALIAN STORES. rpHERE is a Pie d /PONNY running in my . Paddock: Shod 11 rouud, branded like diamond and I, blotcheh bnd; between 13 and 14 ihands high. The o ner Lon have the same by paying expenses. " ERY BURGESS. SNotice. A L rsons OWING MONEP to AY M9RE, (late of Goulburn), are requsted to AYIT S AME at ONCE to MuV.IIITE Swhose receipt will be sufficien. (Signed) W. HAYMURE. For Sa or Lease, THE PREMISES w\v occupied by . R. herriff, situated i, YASS-STREET/ UN FIN , coprising 4-R1o m Cottage, it)en, Buher' , Stable, am other Outhn with . For partien ars apply to, W.R, REYNOLDS. FORi SAL...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

S,,^,OBBI ; AB,:2ENDS. , " Foiurteen waggons, containing nine tons of goods apiecefinished their loadiing on Mon day last at'th'e:Narandera railway, station'for Wilcdiiaik;" The waggoners exp'ect to reach" their destination in about twiomonthis lihece. The pce pid' for carfiage^ from Narandera to Wilcannia'is .'.4 '.p'eir ton.; , Oi Suinday. afternoon there was a disgrace ful scene in .thie'Botanid: Park, Adelaide. A fight took place between 'two mei;i'wliho were stripped,in ra .secluded part of the ground. They mauled 'each other in the miiost un scientific fashion and 'w&re streatring with: blood. A gentleman who, was passng;.went for the police, but.when they arrived thie'con-. batants and their friends had disappeaed. During the last fe days 'iti",habe'?ben re ported 'that ' Chilinmari: a;living i;ii Wi;gga Wagga, was suffering fromi small-pox;: The. mitter vas rep'rtd-' to'othieoie oi:n'd the'y reioprted tlie:'circimstancEs'to Dr.: Wren, who hasminade a most.searcli'fir...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

S ' MARULAN. (From our Correspondene.) A FAIRAm muster of sportsmen put.in -an ap pearance at Emerton's to take.part in the wallaby drive, as advertised. About: seventy head of.the iselector's' natural enemy met with an untiniely, death at the hands of: the hunts men. The p~roeeedings generally: .were heartily enjoyed by all-comers. A somewhat ludicrous incident occurred owing to: the shortsightedness .of one of our mosti. en thusiastic sportsmen. It :appears that Mr. George, Ranken by some means got in the line of fire, and wes rewarded for his temerity. by receiving a charge of shot in his leggings (take off the last syllable, and how it would alter the meaning), which'he .had donned for the occasion. Tihe gentleman of ,defective vision had ittistaken Mr.. Ranken for a kangaroo, and accordingly let drive in.that belief. Orange Bodies.-Several of this order came down from Goulburn last Saturday evening to .attend the meeting of this .body, the'occasion being the taking of the "purp...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

T:: :::Ievanian ! Peter Quin's grand-daughter did not want for :tact: she .affected not to notice.his im pertinence.:. Besides, she had other emotives for not'quarrelling with him. S.. You.were in my grandfather's confidence?'. she observed,:fixing her eyes upon his couhte nance. H?.'-is confidence, Maitha--that is, .Missi iMartha !i' stammiered the man. .?I thouglit you sknew the old un better thai, thlatl i:.He •employed ,many-)nyself, Bet,?. the ,captain, and ,Fogle Jem; but heitrusted-0orie i' ' o :, Where. isthe man-nyou name?' - - : Which one ? ..demanided .Miles, with a .certain.degree of :liesitation. :i: ' ,-..'The one you calkthe captain !i answered : tlhe woman, 'sternly' 'it:w-as from his hands' : that :Ireceived my child, l'and he doubtless .ivas eniployed to tear heirfroim me ! Do not trifle'with mei!'.she added; '.my wrongs have ,made: me.: dangerous-I.. am no longer: thie :p ,atient, suffering :creature -you once, knew, - but armed vwiththe means to crusli.those who ...

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