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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

THE V LAKGEST SALE I2T XtfSTBALIA.' _P_____b______h____S_____________i_____ i !!! BEWARE OF !!i j j GERMAN Jk BIRM.MCHAM j THE AUSTRALIAN r ' "HOME" SHUTTLE AMERICAN LOCK-faTITOH SEWING MACHINE l The Best and Most Ea?ily Worked Sewing Machine iv the Market without regard to price yaffi ?--yj__a_ iTO l' hand Maohine bbdcced to N.TJ.—This is also adapted for use on Tablo and Treadle, whielrwc win fnnW ?? nny tiino of Blciranr Amaionn ni- ntifooturo, for £3. 3-TO 52 MACHINE, for Treadlo usoonly having . tHa very great adrnntogo of being set level with tho tablo, complete, with ElegantOrna mental Iron Stand, with handsome polished tops.ooinplctc. BiIDUCED TO tN"O S MACHINE, ni nbovo.wlth polished covet to loolc nnd protoot machine. REDUCED TO ?SEW'-. ? ??> ? AUSTRALIAN v SEW-g.G Letter from the Manufacturers; MEBSUS. M. MOSB AND Co., Sydney, N.S.W. : Gentlemen, Our attention having been called to advertisements inserted in oho or more of tho colonial papers, worded in such a niannora...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Peter's Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

St. Peter's Sisters. T. F. Crane, in the Academy. ST. PETER'S sisters are the subject of a popular story found in the Italian Tyrol. The tale (Schneller, Marchen and Sagen aus Walschtirol : Insbruck, 1867, p. 6) is as follows : Bt. Peter hnd two sisters —one lorge, tho other small. Tho little ono entered a convent and became a nim. St. Peter, wob delighted at this, and tried to persuade hi? big sister to becojne a nun ulso. She would not listen'to him, however, and said," I would rattier marry." After St. Peter hnd suffered martyrdom he becnuio, as is well-known, porter of heaven. One day the Ldrd Baid to him, " Peter, open the gates ;of heaven to-day as wide as you can, and get out all the heavenly ornaments and decorations, for p very deserving soul is going to arrive hero, St, Pet?r did as be was told with great joy, and thought, "Certainly my little sister is dead, and Is coming to heaven to-day." When everything was roady, there came the aptji of **-ii,'hi? big Bister/who bad d...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Love and Vitriol. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Love and Vitriol. ANOTHER case of love and vengeance came before the Paris assizes recently. Some time ago M. Edmond Lecrique, a nephew of a woollen manufacturer at Rhoims, formed tho acquaintance of ono of his uncle's operatives, a young woman named Marie Moyeu. Tho liaison went on till tho manufacturer failed, and then both uncle and nephew came to Paris. Tho young man forgot all about his mistress, and was on tho point of mar riago whon Mario Moyon suddenly appeared, and tried nil sorts of schemes to regain possession of hor lovor. Not meeting with success sho resolved on revenge, and got a friend named Julio Bida to carry out her design. They purchased somo vitriol, nnd .Julio Bida, disguising herself in male attire, called at the young man's lodgings, and whilo ho was reading a pretended telegram which she .handed tP him, sho throw tho corrosive fluid in his face. Marie Hoyen was arrested,.but her friend es caped to Belgium, of which country she was ii native. Julie Bida at onc...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRICKETT AND ROSS. London, Doc. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

TRICKETT AND ROSS. London, Doc. 4. The sculling match between Trickett and Ross, for £200 a-side, took place on the Thames to-day; ? and resulted in a victory for Ross by five lengths. Trickctt was not in good condition. Ho still Buffers from tho effects of the sovere training ho was put through to meet Hanlan.

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European Cablegrams. (from the Sydney Papers.) London, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

European Cablegrams. (from the Sydney Papers.) London, Dec. 2. The majority of the persons arrested for an attempt to intimidate a number of workmen at the town of Liconry, near Balliarebe, were released. It has, " hS'i' However; been determined to prosecute S? */ o*6 ringleaders in tho move t ms.?t?*jnaent. Great excitement has been. created in tho neighbourhood. ' It is now suggested as a probable vi?rent tbat'the ytaei "offered by tho Hop "Bitters Company for a regatta on tho rP! will be rowed for on tho Tyne A (Instead. The wholo affair has occasioned >t & innch coromont in rowing circles. Thoro ' | K> fa nothing positively settlod yet. Deo. 3. Ai reply Bos been''received from tho Bassian Government to tho circular by Earl Granville, proposing comblded .sqnndron should not be "dispersed. The Russian Govern aent intimated its adhesion to , tho British proposal. No reply ha? yet ~ the 9ther Powers, bnt ?'i if iaetjjeoted that they will also ogreo 1J- to the suggestio...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

IHOBOLoar.- Special nttcntinn is oal'cd to ' "tbo prioe-littortbo?odaUowManufacturing of Boston, published in theso columns. Ali'of those wishing to Becuiu nn excellent ,nd correct timekeeper arc recommended to address themselves to this old and reliable firm No further evidence of the invariably ffood quality of their manufactures will bo reonird beyond tbo following facts: The firm wns established In 1849, and sinco then have coined prize medals nt the Exhibitions of London, Paris, Vienna, etc:, for escellcnco of manufacture. They nro appointed, by warrant, watchmakers to the Queen of "Eng land Prince of Wales, tho Emperor of Russia, and the Bc-y of Tunl?— [Aovt. 1 VTTANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Mrs. J. VV R. DiQHT, Blllingsloy House. n A AHA TO LEND, in Sums to suit gj<t\)\J\J Borrowers. Apply to R.H. Mathews, Surveyor, Singleton. r oST.—PairiLoatbor Leggings. Finder re- Jj warded at Mr. HuiIPHEIKB', Singleton. lo¥t; r\ft SATURDAY LAST, near tlio Rncc i) couri.e, A YELLOW AND ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

tiSTM Free Gifts f—The rrophoinn of WOLFE'B ABOMATIO SoiiIEDAM SCHNAPPS, to: induce the destruction ami ? prevent the improper use of their wrappera and M>Wi and thus further proteot the Public againit fraud and deception, hove enolpeed Iα tne wrappera, or undorth'o label on the quart bottles, since let OctoberlB7D, end conttaw to ondoeo IS EVEny : DAV!B PACKIKO TUBOpaaouT xkb yeah/ THREE *i ORDERS, which ere drawn upontho under signed, and which Will bo cashed by tnetJ on presentations To secure those Ollte, tne Publiomust bae&roful to ask for, and ??" oapt nothing but the Gencinb Udowhu WoLPa'a Schnapps, with onrname upon the label. M. Moss and Co,, Wynjard Uncj Sydney.—Advt, ' ? n HOLLOWAY'B OISIMEST' AND : SIUA-" Diseases of the moet formidable and ohronio characters have been oared by .Holw'Vj remedies,' UlceTntldns whloh have ptoveo them?olves incurablo by' any other known means have honied kindly nnderlhe pun'r ing and regenerating inUuenco of thuexcel; lent Ointme...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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"He Did Swear." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

" Hβ Did Swear." The Ciunpbolltown Herald relievos its rnind in iliia way.— " Wh&t is temperance? wo asked ourselves the other .night while riding in a railway carringe between Sydney nnd Marulnn. Before starting wo hnd filled our flask at tho " Jolly Millor" with a drop of tho real thing, and at 20 minutes to nine p.m.. wero on tho road. Soon after ten, we thought a " smile" wonld be about tho beet thing out, and of course presented, the " pistol". Tho gentleman next to ns took a drop, and pronounced it as good rum iib ho over tasted in India. We then offered it to anothor gent, and said'" Have a spot?'" " A what?" demanded the injured man. "A squeak," answered we, ofloring bottle and glfias. Then you should have seen" him—and heard him too, "No, sir, I never, drink j I cannot pdMBWI "toff '?*3y 68n?il?Ia ; mw wu partake of.'what lie knows must da him hsrth." Ho wont on at this' pace for a long time; but the inconsistent part was that there wa? more" intemperance in his low...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Protection Run Mad. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Protection Run Maid. I Writing of tiie now taxes on Boer and 1 tobacco, tho Geelon/j[Times saye:—| "??The'tariff of Victoria, when brand up, I will in a f?w years, rifctliepri'SonfcTatoof I increase, make a volnmo almost as cora-p pendions as the "London Directory."| Thero is scarcely anything that then or -i women eat, drink,- or wear that is not y ?taxed. The pap-spbonbf tlio baby, and '4 the cloth that' covors the coffin of tlio \ octogenarian, are alike under the' Berry $ ban. The bride's trousseau, the shower! | of rico ' that pive delight and.hurt not, 1 j even the old slippers thrown ntfistiyals,; havo contributed something towards tho support of Mr. Grahnm Borry,' a person j of known ability. , : The ten and-sugar of the poor widow and'orphan is laid ; under contribution by the' three hundred | a yenr gentlemen' who takeiv the colonj 1 under their special protection, ami at | last, in order to further protect naliro ?] industry,-nativo-grown tobacco is.to 1)8 J made subject ...

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Off the Shears. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Off the; Shears. (jFVoiii all Quarters.) Two school girls, Carrie and Hume* Dalby, were playing on tb,e bank*; of the riyor Para, afc Gawler, during the recees, when Canio aged nino, fell into a water i hole, and Harriot, agod 11, jumped in to .tho' rescue of her sister, bat was f un [ sucqesaful and horrbtvly escaped: being drowriod herself..' Ail unaccountable delay ' seema, to have takenplaco in connection with iho roturns for; tlie Bburkb: election, -ft wob assumed that Mr. J. B. Oltiffe was elected; but tho returns from Oobor have reaohed the' retnroing-qffior,. and they unexpectedly turn the 6cale in. favour ol Mr. BuBse.ll Barton,' who is therefore, the member for Bourke.' Mr.. Barton lias a majpirty of 150' votes.—, : JE. Mies. \ 'A\';[ ; ,->.:?: -' Doubts' bavo been expressed in politi cal circles aa tp the eligibility of , ljitajor r Holborrow to sit for Argylb as a mombor of Assembly, for reasons arising' oat 6f the circumstance that ho . is an officer in the Volunteer...

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Scissors Snips. (From all sorts of places.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

iScissors.eujps. (From all sorts of placet.) Messrs. Riley Bros., of Sydney, an-<*> nually spend £6,200 in advertising; and they now have the most extensive soft-<*> goods business in the colony. . Tho late Dr. Botlin.no asked a'moros'p and. miserly man how ho. was getting along. Tho man replied " What busi ness is.that of yours?" Said the Doc tor: '.'Oh, sir, I am ono of those who tako an interest oven in tho meanest of God's creatures."' :' What.tho editor printed: .. Thp Hon. Luk'o; Letlierlung, onr-, distinguished, representative to the National Congress,; has vory kindly favoiirod us with a copy of his ablo arid.masterly speech on the ' " Improvement . of Bobtailed Frogs." What the editor, said: What in thunder does that fool send his rubbish hero for?' The.misrulopf-Berryierii has' plunged' Victoria into a most deplorable condition. . There."is', now a deficit of over one mil lion, sterling in the' public treasury of that colony..' . '" : ; The peri...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Commercial Intelligence- SINGLETON PBIOBS OUEKENT. „ . , .*' s. d. £ s. d. If size (new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Capo Barley „ q 2 2 , 0 2 4 English Barley „ 0 8 0 „ 0 8 8 Oats ... „ 0 2 0 „ 0 8 0 Bran ? 0 1 0 „ 0 1 2 Pollard „ 0 10 „ 0 I 2 Adelaide Wheat „ 0 o 0 ,, 0 G 0 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Flour, super., per ton 12 0 0 „ 13 o 0 Flour, seconds „ 11 0 0 ,, 12 0 0 Lucerne Hay... ,. 1 15 0 „ 2 0 0 OatenHay ... „ 2 10 0 „ 8 Q a Potatoes... ... „ ? 0 Q „ a 10 0 Tallow ,.. ,.. „ l)QO „ 10 0 0 Better ... per lb. 0 0 4 „ 0 0 o Cheese ... ... „ 0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 Bacon „ 0 0 i „ Q 0 41 Lord ... ... „ 0 0 i „ 0 0 4} Honey ... ...'.„ 0 0 2| „ 0 0 ? Beeswax... ... „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 6 Col. Tobacco, fig „ 0 14 „ 0 1 C Ditto, leaf ... ,,.0 0 6 u Q, 0 & Horsahair ... „ 0 H „ 0 0 10 Hides, heavy..."„ .0, 02J „ 0 0 8 Hides, light ... , 0 0 1| „ 0 0 2 Ci.lves ... ... „ 0 10 0 „ 0 12 6 Calf-skina .... „ 0 1 0 „ 0 1 6 l'i?" , 0 0 2J „ 0 0 3 Suckers... ... each 0 4 0 „ Q 6/ a Efb's per dot. 0 ...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

TELEGRAMS- [THBOUGH OISEVILLE'S TElEGBAll CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. MR. JAMES PUNCH, the well-known publican, died this morning. The Mayor of North Illawarra, Mr. James Anderson, appeared nt the Wollojigong Polico Court, charged with assisting'a contractor under the Council with bullock teams, and was fined £50. and costs. The charge wns brongbt by a fellow-Alderman, and, being_sustainea, excludes Anderson from acting as an Alderman for seven years. . .In the Dibbs' divorce suit, a scene occurred- in Court .yesterday. :Mr. Dalley referred to . ns ; tho wretched attorney, who instructed,.tho opposing counsel. Mr. Darlcy . inter posed, saying that Shepherd ;was a respectable man;. Shephord.tlierbupon excitedly exclaimed, "Air. Dalley- ia 'a. coward," adding, after a ; pause, ""' ho is. twice a coward." Tho judge ..ordered, "'silence," saying, that Shepherd mast withdraw if unable to restrain himself. Mr, Dalley took.nq notice of the inter-, ruption.,... a - , ..." The great Cpbar Company,...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSES, BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

MAITLAOT- MAKKJltB. ; I ME38R8, BRtlNKEB AND -WOLFe's EEPORT. ; Stationfl.-r-Notwithfltouding frequont inquiries and a; disposition to invest in lightly stocked and: ?! favorably: eitn ated runs beyond tbo limit of eeleotion, ouiyn niu uiiijr ? uuuiuuvuauj wm^iuucui Tho?:plethora:pf/capital now awaiting Bterliiiginro?traorit??houldinducesppcu latibn, afford increased facilities to pur chase, : and assie't in tho more remunera tive working of station .properties.: v ; Fat Cattlo.—Business yesterday ex 4 hibitod no improvement, and'advices from theintorior are not indicative; of brighter prospects. It is plairily appa rent, that somothing beyond local sumption is essential to increrisa the demand' and render returns more re munerative. Quotations—Prime Quality, 10s to lis per 100 lbs. j medium at lower prices. ' Fat Sheep.—The supply has, not been heavy, yet ample; to BtttisfytUe dpmand and: sufficiently . large to prevent the realization of improved valoes.': Con signments consist pr...

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Informers and their Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Informers and their ?Victim.. SOME officer of the Government took upon themselves the part of informers. They Walked up Barker's Creek as far as the Mount Alexander Gardens, and, Tfhilo speaking to some childron there, Mn Bithell came up, of whom they made the request to be nllowod to sco his garden. ? Hβ readily granted thiaj and accompanied thorn through, whon they till engaged in conver sation; which eeprns to have been of n friendly and interesting character, for Mr. Bithell at its close kindly invited the strangers iiUo his lioubo to have eonio refreshments. Hβ entertained them vfith'Bomo gin, and 0116 of the guests tittering to pay for it he declined to receive', tho money. One of them, called lor raoro liquor and paid for it j then his companion did likewise; So in. this Way Mr; Bithell was trapped into a fiiio of £25, or oiio montb'e imprison iuent.i+-iLE. A. Mail,. —This may bo very smart, and very meritorious in tho oyes of some'people,, but most honorablo men would prefer...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, rtUNOE AXt> tiO.'fl WMt!Jtt.t ' MAMIBT IlZPOUf, The arrivals of hay during the week h&T6 been 'ntineoalty large, groatly in cxcedB of requiremente, nmi to-dny prioea allowed a coueiderublu declino on proyioue sales. Hoy.—The new hay is coming for ward very freely. Best old oaten, in bales, bundlos mid tms-rCB, 4s.fld to 6s ; medium qualities, 8s Od to 4s; oaten and wheaton bales of good quality, 8s 9d to 4s Od, the higher quotation very difficult to obtain. Now hay, in bundles and trusses, 3s to 4a 6d and 6s; oaten and wheaton sheaves, 2s 4s to Bs, ac cording to quolity nnd condition. Lucome,—Market overstockedl; quo tations are ns follows ; boat trusses, 2s 8d to 2s Od ; medium, 2s to 2s 2d ; on tho wharves, very primo hay, 2a to 2s 3d ; othor sorts, difllcult to sell at Is 6d to Is Od. . Chaff is very dull; imporlations from Victoria and Tasmania, still como for ward freely. Best local sorts, 4s 3d to 4s 6d; medium, 3s 3d to 8b Od; in ferior, 2s 9d...

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Church and School Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

Church, arid..School Lands- A CHURCH and Schools Dedication Act has been passed by both Houses of the Legislature, but was reserved for her Majesty's decision. The Act not yet being law, of course the question of deal ing with these lands practically remains for the consideration of tho Governor. It lias now been determined, as tbe views of Parliament on tho matter' are to bo found in tho reserved Act above alluded to, nnd as the interests of the estate aro likely to suffer severely from/ non-action, that tho loast objectionable courflo will bo to deal With" thoso lands in accordance with thb provisions of the reserved Act, so far ns the Governor can concur in those*'' provisions. Aftor tlie reservation of tho Act, there were Bovoral;' petitions from churches and from certain persona interested in tbe disposal of the money; but all theso petitions referred exclusively to the disposition of tho money, and no objection wns taken in any way to tho management of the lands. The question ...

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The Dubbo Shooting Case. (Abridged from the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

The Dubbo Shooting Case. (Abridged from the jBarjjrwj.) On Friday, the 26th November, before Mr. G. FuUarton, P.M., Catherine Wnrren, alias Catherine Wilkie, wdb, charged with shooting, nt, and wounding with intent to murder, Mr. ; Norton, P.M. ? Mr., Ryan,'?.-. solicitor,: Dubbo, oppeared'for the defence; Tho first witness called rwas Sergeant M. Eeogue, who deposed to the circum stances attendingthe .arrest of tbb-pri soner. - On attempting to enter tho room where the. occurrence took place,' Mrs. Wilkie said " This place is private, you must not coino into it;" I said " I havo to get in to perform my duty ;" after some remonstrance sho allowed mo to enter, and she came in as well; as goon as I ontered, she said " Jtshot. him; he accused mc wrongfully, and I , did it;" some five or ten minutes,after tie said, "I shot him ; he accused mc of dunking, etc., and I shot him, and I did not mean to do it; 1 meant it for myself;" at tho same time, pointing upwards, with her finger, she sa...

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The Poet's Corner. FORGOTTEN THEE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

/Xhe Poet's Corner. . [ F0U(30TTEN THEE. FonoOTIKK th?, oh I li to dream about thec, : ?: Ontll tho?! dreims.my -very llfo have bcon; il what was happlnoa bo Brief without Dice, ' As -without sunelitae dark the ftdrrat accim . , II other vow and homage still rejected,' I turn to bless tho memory ot thitio; 'tt sudden wreokotjoy so long expected,," ' ... Conld work no changa ill'thls fond. Mart of mine., jj none.on earth can wean my lovdtrom tboe, , And this beriaught I bavo forgotten thee ; , II to recall with fondest recollection. ???,--.. Bach hour of Intercourse rcflncd and puro: f X M endow thee with cadh brfght portectlon, "' rrom strangers'lips thy praises to secure j Iltancy'strutly and truth delusion ba, ,: And hatred lovo,'l havo forgotten thoc. If eTery look and smllo In memory hoarded, A - : Bt?al on my eouv with all tlielr former pernor ; Ifovery tone within my heart rocorded, , -. ; Become the miislc of Its otter honr; . :?','?'?? .tt. none on earth can set my spirit fr...

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It Takes Them All. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 December 1880

It Takes Them All. ExcJiange. ? It should be a sufficient; Argument with any reaeonablo man to'know thatinteni pei;ance.ae nn onemy to man, wounds him.-, wherever he can bo wounded. Sickness is an evil, but it wounds only Ins health i misiortuno may take away his property, it wounds only l-?i? property. Slander m.ny take away Wβ good name, it wonnile only Lie character. Blindness may take away bis eipfbt and doafne?? his hearing and so witb all bis sense's/ but afflictions touch not bis true manhood. Death may take ins life, but be dies Bound of mind and in tho hope of hearen j ond thus it is throughout tho whole catalogue of natural. and social, ille ; thoy all corao single and alone. Intem perance strikes the whole man ; it'takes away health, property, friends, manhood, character, liberty, eight, . hearing ; bmtalize? nil moral instinct, dogrnde? tlia intellectual .faculties, natural affec tions, destroys .every talent for good, takes life and destroys tho immortal soul. ? By acci...

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