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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

Por.Ice o ddsi.-=A. 1. 1-tawitt P.,M., was iii atteridarlceto pieside at the moutnlj codit orl Wedne~day lnkt, but a clean shdet wais presdnted; and no applications ieiiig niadd, tlih coirt was adjourned. GnREAT Didrtih .--Ori aidvertising co Inmns give informantiori that Voughtlanrlbr's Grand Dioratit i8f the woGrld will be ex hibited in the fdecliiise' Hull this dvbn ing. An Exchange tlius spiaks of the Show : The Dilidnia isd dn admirable one, combin ng amusnmrdrit with initrudtion of a valuable character, anid ill the seener have beeh artistically pirei'ared. Sbberal of the sketches of sc:nrtry i varidrts parts of the fdrlhl are full of Grdndeir, drrid have been enebuted in a wdridedifrlly life-like style. TThe representatidri of a sdrtln at sea and a fall of snow id pi'rticldr are effectifely produced. phis shosd appears to attrict crowded houses wherever it has appeareid. Tlie teamn to ieprdsont Morwell iii the footbdll match at IIsaelwood, on 24th inst. will be chosen froni t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Narrow Escape. AT LEVEL CROSSING. AN INFANT NEARLY RUN OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

A Narrow Escape. AT LEVEL CROSSING. AN INFANT NEARLY RIN OVER. Another narration in all its horrible details was narrowly averted on Wed nesday last, at the Morwell railway gates. -the scene of the late ftightfil fatality. The child at the gatekeeper wandered on the line just before the approach of the ballast train, Fortunately, however, the infant was noticed by the men on the trucks, and the signal was passed to the driver of the engine, which was in the rear of the advancing train. The whistle was at once sounded con tinually, but the child did not seem to take the least heed, Several townspeo pie made a rush forward to rescue the child, when it was observed ; but they would here been too late to render any assistance. One of the worknmn jumped off the trucks, but the train was advancing at two rapid a speed to allow his service being effective. the foreman, who was on the nearest truck also jumped off, and snatched the child away. By the time this was done the train was brougnt...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YINNAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

YINNAR 149IS. -0 Jt Possu .X KcY. "Why! these rheuniatiz is just oreful," says Tim to me. as he painfully sat on the log hy me, where I 1was sunning myself in front of my camp, alongside a quiet cove as just lives near. T'hat's why you did not send the blacksmith's jelly pots along as you promised !" Who towld you that ?" says he. Oh ! he says, " I heard it at Yinnar the other day. There was a big row over there at that time, I can tell you. One big fellow had off his coat 'cause they called him Possum Jacky, and he soon showed them he were the other Thinks T, to myself, oh I if they would but setoke that really eicellent pig-tail, which, I thank my stat's, my benevolent feelings lel me to appreciate the true merits of, they would net he carried away by the haverings of a Ctlltttry Joskin, all because I happened t tlliention a faew little circumstances, which I was Colm pelled to notice. I have hiad ia touiclh of rhenmlstiz myself, says I to Tim, ias he rose to go. when it rushed in...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

(iT rhi EI6b TAI hitfI*LL ADiVETIBElj.3 BytS..-hh, Oiuth qgistatin se?~is to he; t'D16 a+6hb?c't of 1ilortrcnco. Cardinll tor?in, At Adeliad6, gbko Against the de. ermnined attitude of thle colonies, an:l the e'm. J. J. Lewis, at the Wesleyan Oonferi: %nce 0condemniling the action of the Ati tralian Governments as their dealing with the Chinese as opposed to Chuistian prac tice, and as a reprotcH upon ille honor of bur civilizatiop." I wnedir how the t' Itevrend Prelates wotild gef dn, if the white man, except perhapa a few opium herchants and large lanlhdlder. lid starioai but of this Island and New Zealand ? Id It not pitiful td spa our Spiriital advisers with few eiceniltiil,; riding against the interest of the strdtgling tilrisses? Let he read the histoiy of the past, Wheoi the Church ruled, and thean draw our conclus ions, whether we visit the tatile power to Meddle into our temporary affdir Ragain br not ? I believq in honie Ruolefor thld Eolonies, as Idoa fdr Irelasid, .nd if...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

(TO T R.R[)'t~b ýlORWELL kt)VR87't~f.6. Sin,=I thusing 1114 GaveeLte 'bif Lti: 15th inst.. 1 AM h ?lettr ?frotii ah 'un Thahly ihis~c~ell~ 't @hllids himiself r' 'os sun JaAy," WjtO., it ýk WfL 'tinding his 'own bfitRt€ ;" *O 1 ?i 4t 'aW3 fintice to The rrdihiiki ftratedA `bf A ¢i61h Trades iian,'6r k ltsiihf irtdii3idur,1,n nstch . snelanihtly deASlia1t. if '' Jacky" ca'ad YorwhJ ,indrit here'rbhble "WAriie c ond i~be Ioi thb iraders if the M'r'idll Saieife; it is tithe he hdfdled1. tir l'h qhill to "oith 'eh'tfrh I~iafjIn Yonrs, etc,., SENTINELL:

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

- . ~v..H.otel Notices. . ,,, ,MORW ELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE OF THE CRICKETERS' HOTEL.) EG to inform ??hi, n aureou Friends and the Public ioenorally, that le has Purchased tl4 hbovo well-known Hostelry, and has tlhoroughly tleno'atetd and newly Fur nihad it Thbmugbhut Hie now otfIe FIRST-CLASS ACCOMIIIODATION for Travellurs, Vimiwas; mad Othms: ' FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINNE AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HIORS.. AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. AS.. , PADDOCKS FOl CUSTOMERS' H[ORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY 'GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT PAID FOR I ANTONE MAT IIAVB IT AT A PRICE. :CRICKETERS' A RMS HOTEL, MORWELL Henry Breed, Proprietor, AVING just purchased this famous hotel, Which for comfort nod order all others excel ; My Patrons will llind I amn willing and able .. To keep thu best Drinks and the very best Table. My servants a?e civil, attentive, and kind A quality n elom in selrvant yolu'll find; But when uo on obtained will but add to the charms, That nt...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. THE TRAMWAY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

VOX POPULI. PUBLTS|IED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. THE TRARWAY QUESTION, 1VE are glad to be able to congratulate the poor struggling toilers of our forest lands on the rift made in the dark cloads l shadowing the future of their fertile n homes, won by them by yeats of weary toil. Oat contemporary would fain t have them hang up the device 1 "' Aban don hope all ye who enter hrce'' at the muddy avenues leading to their forest mountain homes. The reception the deputation from the Traralgon Shire met at the hands 'of the Premier, however, will carry the cheering gleams of joy to the heart of the hardy mountaineer, and I jocund laugh and song will again cheer him on, as he thinks of the motto. slum spiro spero, which had sustained him in his light against the dreadful odds that had been cast upon him. It was pointed 'out to the Premier, that in America on one of the main lines, an ascent of is made of, 406ft in the mile which is equal to a grade of 1 in 13. In reply to a qu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

TrtIde Addresses. John ]Binsmead A ND SON'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS As Supplied by Her Majesty the Queen H.R.H. Princess Beatrice H.R.H. Duchess of Albany His Majesty King of Prtgl. and His Majesty King of Bavaria. . Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The Legion of Honor, The Order of Villa Vicoza. J. Esdaile & Co, CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS. Awarded Gold Medal and Special Diploma, Calcutta, 1884-5, where The Esdaile Piano Gained 66 points out of a possible 70 points. Agents all over Gippeland. MAFFRA I MAFFRAI IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have have taken the premises lately occu pied by Mrs, Gersand, and are now offer ing for Sale a new and well assorted stock of GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS! NEW TEAS! Kaisow Bads. &e., Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been personally selected and bought'in the Lowest Markets, and will be sold at Prices never ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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AGRICRLTURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

AGBICRLTURAL LETTER. Tlie remarkable proposal dih the part of the French Government, ainoenced by cable, to ithpo'so a duty on Auhtralieai wool. as agilinst the proposed duty h' the Bri fish GoVernment, of 5s. per lddzei on im poeted bottled wines-which 'drn chiefly sent frOet Francen--oven if cehied into 6ffect, is not at all likely td operate asainst the interests of Asstialid?h wool growers. France cannot prodlice anything like what it requires of the raw tsaterial foi hoIih consumption, and 'the quality of the fidtl Australian wools is schi that the Fronth manufacturers ai6 comeplled to use them in preference tl' any 'dalier in brder to maintain their supremacy in the world's marketa for filBe oods; Though they l?nce bhaI hit internal WMonopoly in this dlass of'godds, they riow have to coin pete against Englith, GGrerin and Belgiumr ltanufacturers, diho, of late years, have Irl ii dntered iititd th0 trade in fine 2dohiots, and coulpot'h kconly against the hstablistid nmaniifdidt...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

Atrttm to. e Edititor o do $e dtat ismeniff oursreles wsilt The pieCdie5 ?lZ seUd by osr 'Correspou dint's.. - Utitrth'koRwldZ' kDVE'Z5TI5ER. Ssa,--ths apprecia6tin df 'he out -spokes -shhly tone of dep'fith'hstiad "iess wit. W~hich ydir coliitihs have ever =adroeted thb claims i if?,various as pcts, relat'tig tO Ioih pi.tiction, We' feelthat my.?~E hJct bijbO a3hscep 'tible to the''l"frge ot f hod od'r.sehi less 'ingratitd., re wh 'to allow this'6ppor tunity to pass, without offering ttiy tes timony as an nhdorse itht ofyo?bi enti 'ments; especially it its~'p?tc't'lrn to Morwell jellies, as &h ittractive, feliable 'table adjunct to hsoiusehold domestic economy. O( iorse, my dear Mr. Editor, whiltt Thogt cordially soliiiting "the ittentidS 'f "'those whom it ina concert," 'y bfr fdtinhate sistsr itoa.sef wish it to be ?iH rally underst??d y 'exhibitos of pdabr tidilardistedt, tht in taking' ~ih'r ofe d such uieful, yit small iteu?m, as jirs of jelly, wlth whih 'our'namip hbe...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Maffra and Briagolong Line. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

mlafra nud BrIragolong Line. Tendie~ foe: thoeast of the North Gippe Ind line es aithorieed in the lait Roailway Con.tr.ictio. r Bill vere operedoou'Monday' last. by t?? railway. tender, hoard;. Thi line: which ir froin MaffrC to Bri olong, a distance of 11 miles 60 chains,. tape thew very rich ipsnforal and agricni.tural country lying. betoJen the. M'Allister and Avon' Riveors frmoi' ?hich tle rnan'mtnth bullocks. 'weighing a tri lind: oer"h~y'ecceanionally' heen forw?'diled. The line is through conm paratiove l level ,cioiti?,! ilthalgh the earthwrrkld necessitate t6s removal of 181 000 cubic yards. "The ieepet putting' ihi 2ft, rind 'he Iiliest ha ?'3ft. There' are .1i bridgee. the largeto? which is over' the'Air mit' aBoi?dRle T" miles 65 chaini from Maffih, has 23 opeonias of 20ft each. ,Befnoq'rei'thing.the r"ieir;ar?6ckwater of the Avon is covered by a' b?idge of 27 openings, of lIft each, ?6t' there are ms voral; ,sm?l.? '. bridges i the vicinity to' carry the liib over the ...

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A MYSTERIOUS ANIMAL DOES THE BUNYIP REALLY EXIST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

A MIYSERIOU8 ANIMAL 01 DOES t'Iti BUNYIP REALLY EXIST. " All old edlonists ??1o, i theo early days oamne more intimately in Cddtadt With the &briginals tllan it is nose pdstible to do, Yill remetitber their many stories Concern rig sorrle large, ferocious, and nitsterious animal ?iohidh, in their tongue, they called i the btiylp. Ore atd all they Wer: in most abject fear'ot this Creature, Adtd tlSoigh t none could be found wI?o had1 ditilally.seen Sbite ?ip, they could all give descriptionsi of it, dri. strange to say, these descriptions I were ivery iearly always similar, though the blacks who gave tltent were umeiteiis Of tribes occupying tiaCts of land ihulndreds of" miles apart ; speaking different dialects and haidly likely to have hail any born autnicatiOn. Int it?tltltli of detail they might diffdr bitt on the nimain featuk-es their descriptions of tlhe supposed tuenster and its Itabits singoilarly agreed.. They all persisted that the lmnyip fieqltlUltdd btkes, lagddn...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Indignation Meeting. MOE. (Special Report) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

Indig ition Heeting. , OE.: (apecial Report) An indignatidn meeting was held in tih Meclianics' IdTltitlte bloo on Thursday last to protest agailist the proposal to change thelnmal ddrfieo from Moe to Walhalla td the rdad fidld irnualgon to Waslalla: Therld heid ? thout 30 influential residents present, atid afr Bell was appointed chair ian. A lottei iid| been forwarded from the. postal dapdrtinent, through the agency of Mr Grooim ?; P, which stated it was in tended to clldnge the mail toach service to Walhalla from Moo to the fdad from Traral gon to Walhalla, unless dhflicient .cause were shown why this shddld not be done; The reason given for tld thlange was,'that 'the'road from Traralgdl. *as better; rid served a greater populatldf Thed se?'ral speakets indignantly dedittl this t6 le thd case. it was pointed odll that the p~itent road was bldtter slited td the requirementd of thle .foti?iarra peoplt than that of Traralgon, and that a distance of 35 miled was sasied liy the Moe rl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

rrovernment Advertisements. SVICTORIAN RAILWAYS. SCPARATE TENDERS are invited for the Erection of goods sheds and plat forms at Coalville, Narracan, and Warring ton. on the oce and Sarmraan line. Par ticalars at the Engineer-in-chiefs Office. Spencer street, and at Warragul. Moe, and Sale stations. Preliminary deposit in each ea?se, 10. Tenders, accompanied by the necessary -re'inaxry deposit, andndotced " Tenderi tor?oods shed. Ac. (at the case may be) moust be deposited in the Tender Box, Sec retary's Office, Spencer street. Melbourne, at or before Twelve o'clock noon of Monday, 21st 'Mar. Noa tatdee.will necessarily be ancepted. Bv order of the Commissioners. .. P.LABERTOIUCIE, ,, , Secretaeyfor Railways - VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. S EPARATE TENDERS are invited for 17 the i'idermentioned 'woiks, stc, Tenders. accompanied by the nec?ssay preliminary depoeR. and enlaorsaed " Tender or - (as the case may be,) must deposited in the Tender-box, Secretary,s Office. Spencer street, Melbourne,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

FooTrnLL.-The commencement of the football season was made at Mor well by a match between the local club and Hazelwood North on Saturday last. The day was ushered in with a steady downpour of rain, which continued until after the arrival of the North Hazelwood men, who, nothingdaunted, but contrary to all expectations put in an appearance. It was resolved that the game be pro ceeded with, and an adjournment was made at once to the ground, and on agreement conclusions were to be drawn from a bout of twenty minutes each way. This resulted in a win for Morwell by one goal and five behinds. The Hazel wood men shpwed undoubtedly good form. The men are all 'of grand phy sique, with all the requ sites to become adepts at the game, and we predict that with the knowledge of the game acquired in the match played, they will be able in their next attempt to hold their own with any team in South Gippsland. The colors "adopted by the Hazelwood men of blue and white gurnseys, with red stockings, h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Girst Excursion to Bairnsdale [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 May 1888

First Excursion to Bairnsdale By Sightseer.) Being one of the favored 7t free passenr gers to Bairnsdale, I hastened to the Rails way Station on Monday mrorning to join the r longest train that has ever yet been seen in & that land of hops and maize. It was evi dently unusually early for some of my fellow travellers to turn odt, as many of them came without breakfast. ,uit before the train n moved oil a musician rushed into the station t in such a state as precluded any mesicfrom at least one instrument for a tirde ; and an- a other managed to tumble into the van. How r ever at 6.55 we were off. I had half expected sodie ringing cheers *ould mark our depar turre. but found that such were reserved for another day. The cold morning and the want of a good ' lining , had for once damped the aridour of our Traralgon throats. Onli a small number welcomed our train at   Glengarry, how could it be otherwise when ont' half-a-dozen bits at card-board had c feotit their wa...

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

AUSTRALIAN lr ISI.VES·,--IIII1) \IstrDli inl Ielnvol Ilayo .dnfclutcd Ytlrkshlire comity1( :.Inver by m rll ltln ngItIR and 64 runs. Thisl~p

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

AgriculturTal Slhows. The following letter appeared in last Reek's Leader. Sm,--The show season being over, it •ay Ie found profitable to look at stitne of the doings and the results of agricultn tural shows in general, and to inquire whether they are being conducted entirely in the interests of the agricultural industry. I will in a few words endeavour to show in a plain way that, ccording to my view of things, they are not being conducted in a manner beet calculated to educate the agricultural mind. Large sums are raised annually for prizes. Country farmers are waited upon andi asked to offer special prizes. Business men in Melbourne are badgered tile whole season through to con tribute to the dlifferent shows. The money given for prizes ise subsidised by the Go vernment, and altogether a very large anount of money is offered for comnpeti tion. But, sir, I would ask, are the ro stilts obtained commensurate with the la bor and money expended I Nine farmers out of ten are in no way ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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HAZELWOOD NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

HAZELWINONO N ORTHII. I Queen's birtlllay warmile the ncca1ioo of the oplsing .f thel newv Mechanies" In stitlite there. The peple havl e long felt the nIoI.s.ity of this iintitlltion andl a vigotlloi sert sueeledl in tihe stabl sh mnent of a neat little hall, which isa credit to tlh pIlae, It is capable of -eating about 160 pt-ople cotomftably and fully thiat 1lllnumber were1 presellt lt the concert on Thurslav night. Tie Mtorwell people lent a willing lhd1r to Itmake every thing pass off melrcelfullO-. About 1 o'clock te tlown seltlnedall ag. g O ith vehicles, which started oil' in pricession hleaded l by the .Morwell brass hand, wnicl enliivened the journey by tlheir lively strains. The early startl was lmadea in consllequence of a football imatch arranged to le playeOd bettween the Morwe l L IIaz00clwoud North 1teals on the latter's groltill. The ground chosen wils oi tthe land Of Mr Tihoo Gooding, who has kindly placed his ground at the service of the local clubl for plractice....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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YINNAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

YITNAR MEMS. w --+- pl By PossuM JACKEr, T _ T By Jove! says I to myself-Noot much fur to-night. Those troublesome Javyces are on the rush and disturb all the possums. The cause of the rush of tlesc animals was soon apmarent as I heard the voice of old caledonia say "Ah no ! There's as good fush i the sea as i ever cam' oot." I id inot hear the re. ply of his companion, but I think that's true enough, hut the bait's likely to get somewhat stale, and maybe someone may still have to live ' All alone." Now, is it fair ? The Country Jos- t, kin blames me for not leaving young A people's affairs alone, I would be sorry a; to interfere in this way. and I am sure la the young indies will never blame me, f( because the young follows here dare only cI look askance at tile girls, and cast i, sleep's eyes across the road at them. I 0 am surn if this is the case, the dear c, young ladies will send me a wreath of ii flowers to reward me for ridding them of tile attentions of such as these, who t...

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