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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT—PALMERSTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 25. (Before Mr. E. W. Price, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

IiAW COURTS. POLICE COURT-PALMERSTOK.JI Monday, January 25. «j| (Bol ore Mr. E. W. Price, S.M.) M'é James Scott was called to the" mation of Sergeant Bodman, c1 with h.n iug unlawfully kept at ¡ port a cet tain quantity of gunpowder excess of SOlbs. weight, contrary to UM Mariue B oard Act, No. 17, of 1860. : Mr. Smith, who appeared for Bfeü Scott, pie aded guilty. fi On the defendant agreeing to paj reîté for the gunpowder a» though it had be*»j in the magazine (£27 10s. Ud.) the pohW agreed to withdraw the charge. *..| Jus ¡met Jones was charged with t$ similar 08 ence ; and the decision was titi same on the defendant paying £28 fi*k for rent, &c. Wtllia >n Shoobridge was charged wM| two sep.i rute olfeiices of the same kind^ and his i tgent, Mr. Nicol, agreed to pa| £11 16s- 4Ä. in each case. The defendants complained that amd^-s Were very high ; and the pow5c$» hjad been allowed to remain long time tin the same place without notice lu ung taken. They hoped amounts \vo...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. «.' Working Man's " letter, complaining of the- mining inanagcnicut uj» country, de- serves ai tention : but it would be belter to lav it before the Directors-, who live in Pal- merston, than to publish it in the Press. "Shingle" i«; quite right. Ii is not safe to send a man into the bush with a party of natives on a wood-cut ting expedition, with- out allowing him the n*c of a horse. " Toad under a Yarrow " will see that the case between the sailors and Captain Ross is is still before the Court.

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LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. FULL JURISDICTION. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Fvll Jurisdiction. wj ¿dnesday, february 3 Cause List. \ppMCAVj ïo>- for Auctioneer's Licence Willlini n Falla- Clarke. Un.sai isfied Jgdömenv Summoss. Cartwt ight v. Murray. Cald\v? U v. Fischer, j, Arrî vL from Warden's Court. Jones " v. Reynolds. Defended Causes. Smith-Dove v. Nelson. Rudall -Bell v. Liseer-Smith, Smith- -Hyland v. Rudall. Smith- -Slowombe & Another v. Peta»^ -Rudall . " y Smith-Lindsay v. Ring-Rudall. J, Mansot » v. Colgan-Smith. : Smith- -Nelson v. Jone«. Ti iursday, February 4. Reynolds v. Gore & Another-Smith. ===== J'

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

/ N' jrvo!i-i!c-s. Debí ii ly. Loss >Ä Power. Sperma- torrhoea. Indiscretions oí Early Youth Syphi- litic Diseases. Ia ai! iii.- alune ease-?. .. arising from errors and the yielding to the passions."' no time should be Jost to at once arrest the pretax*«« ..fdlstillAtí. D R . L. !.. SMITH HAS dcvut"d hnnself for twenty year« in Hie colony to the practice of this ¡.»i auch of his profession, while previously. in raiirlar.it. he was the purni of an«! practised with the celebrated Dr. R. T. Ualvcrwell. the only medical practitioner who «.-».er exclusively adopted the as the sole b:aueh of his piofe.ssion. Dr. L. L. Smith hereby informs the public that '. he is the only legally-qnr.iiiied medical man in this speciality of his profession ;"' that all others advertising are unqualified, and that, therefore, in pretending to be qualified :ue obtaining money under false pretences. Dr. Ii. L. Smith also warns the public against the quackeries advertised. If the taker of any of these adve...

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The Tariff of South Australia. [Act No. 10 of 1870.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

The Tariff of South Australia. [Acf Ko. lo «d' ]S'7o.] ' Ale. porter, spruce, cr other beer, cider, and-perry (in wood), per gallon. i)d : or '.\>r six ri'pufed quart bottles, or twelve reputed pint bo! ties. Oil. Jhi'-o». carraway vectis, cheese, choco- late, cinnamon, cloves, cocoa (manufac- tured), colic«* (raw), hams. hops, macea- ron i. nut megs, pepper, pimento, spices, úni.vcd. and other kinds not othcrv. ise cminieraied). vermicelli, eonieotionery. jan»-!, preserves, syrups, per lb., 2d. Arrowr«vit, candies, dried fruits, al nue-ds. dates, currants, nuts (except j co..-'«:hiu'-s''-. an«l all «Tried fruits (not other . wi:.-j enumerated \ maizena or corn fl«»ur. j on tin cal. sago, ¡¡cr lu., id. ! Chieorv. «roiice (roas!, or ground) per j lb.. J-I. ( »ils - Castor «ii! in bulk. Chinese, colza ! kerosine. li-.:s.*e«l. parafine. ali other ¡«-\ c.'pt. Tii< diemal and perfum.-d) not other ! v.-ioc citumcraieii. per fallon. 3d. ! " s. d. j îjiinejuirr. per trallon . ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

'7s*,'- »Mflße-: IHAVE'appointed'ïrB. H. FIVEASII my COLLECTOR,-and All Accounts doe to me, must be PAID to him forth- with,. -1- J. STOKES MILLNER. ¿ter January, 1875. " 61-tc Notice. THE:' Undersigned intends VISITING - ADELAIDE by the next trip «£ the Gothenburg, and appoints his sons, Messrs. T. F. and S. E. Reynolds, his ATTORNM* ''during his temporary absence. ^*W T.REYNOLDS. January 15, 1875. 63-65 I THE UNDERSIGNED, Cing about ^ -to LEAVE the Northern Territory, hereby Appoint V. L. SOLOMON, Auc- tioneer, to i,cs as my ATTORNEY, to (¿Mietet--«tia Recover all Outstanding Ac- counts dttc to me. His receipt will he suffi- cient discharge. J. A. F. HUNT. Palmerston, January 28, 1875. 65-66 X HEREBY gire public notice that George Johnstone is no longer iii niy service, aud that he is not authorised to receive any moneys on my account c. harrison: ¡BridgeCwet Hotel, Jan. 22,1875. 64-65 TWTOTICE is hereby given that the S\ PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between us, ROBERT HENRY TI...

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CALENDAR FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Calendar foi^ 1875. JANUARY. FEBRUARY. S un (hi/ ..'. 3 1*0 17 21 31 Monday ... 4 11 18 25 Tuesday ... 5 12 19 26 Wednesday. 6 13 20 27 Thar-'lav!.. 7 14 21 28 i'rîilîH- ' 1 P 15 22 20 S. 7 14 21 28 M. 1 8 15 22 T. 2 «JIG 23 W.3 1» 17 24 T. -I 11 l8 25 J-*. '5 12 HI 20 Saun.lay 2 1! IO 23 30 S. 6 13 'Jo 27 MARCH. APRIL. S it n//ni/ ... 7 14 21 'J 8 S. 4 II l8 25 .Monday ... 1 8 15 22 2» ?? M. 5 12 10 2G Tue-.l:iy ... 2 '.» 16 ¿:i ::< i ? T. 6 13 20 27 W ed in-".day. :i io 17 21 31 ; w 7 It 21 -..'8 Til«ir-day'.. -1 I ! IS 25 ! T. 1 8 15 22 2'.» l-'iiduy ~ ... 5 12 lil 2(5 F. 2 '.! 1 G 23 30 Saturday ... 6 i:i -20 27 s. :; IO 17 21 MAY. JUNE. -._ - -_ . - Sunday ...2 «JIG 23 3u ,S'. « 13 20 27 Monda'v ... 3 lo 17 2-1 31 M. 7 l-l 21 28 Tiii'silav ... 4 II l8 25 T. 1 8 15 22 29 Wr.lnes.diiv. 5 12 Ii» 2« W 2 9 1 G 23 30 Timr.sdav... 6 13 20 27 T. 3 IO ¡7 24 Fri.lav ' ... 7 14 21 28 V. 4 11 l8 25 Sai'-rday 1 8 15 22 211 S" 5 12 19 2G JULY. _. AUGUST. S >in ria y ... 4 11 l8...

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South Australia. Time Table for Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

iïontk A uHralhi. Time Table for Inland Mails. PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT LINK, Up Mau.-Palmerston departure, Satur- days Mondays, ami Wedneedavs at noon ; arrives at Southport .sam«: days'at li p.m. Down Mail.-Southport departure. Sun- days, Tuesdays, and Tluir.-dav- at r» a.m. arrives at Palmerston same day.; at. 12 p.m.' SOUTHPORT AND PINE t'HEKK LINK. Ijv Mau* Southport departure-Sundays. 5 .-».ni. Stapleton Creek arrival-Sundays, <I p.m. Bridge Creek arrival (meeting the Dovv."> Mail)-Mondays, i) p.m. Howley Creek arrival-Tuesday. S a.m. Yam Creek East arrival-Tuesdays, -1 p.m. Sandy Creek arrival-Tuesdays, 5 p.m. Yam Creek Station arr.-Tuesdays, ti p.m. Union Reef arrival-Wednesdays, 3 p.m. Pine Creek arrival-Wednesdays, 6 p.m. Dows Mail. Pine Creek departure-Sundays, 5 a.m. Union Reef arrival-Sundays, 8 a.m. Yam Creek Station arr.-Sundays, G p.m. Sandy Creek arrival-Mondays, 7 a.m. Vam Creek East arrival-Mondays, 8 a. m. Howley Creek arrival-Monday, 4 p.m. B...

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Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Postal Regulations. Post Ufiic«:, Palmor*'...-,!. Rate« '?-.: postage-Letten; I'd. per J. oz. Parcels--fur the first 4. oz., '2d., for even additional oz.. Id. Newspapers pub- lished within Hie limits of t!u: pusl town, and posted within 7 days after publica - {ion. free : otherwise, Id. each. Kxample - A newspaper published at Port Darwin and posted for Adelaide would he free, î>ut if posted at. Somhport or Yam Creek would have io pay I *i Private lía «is-Persons living near niau routes romiiring the ae<-omoda<i«tn «.if a private hag eau ohtaiu the .-iaim: on pay- ment in ail vanee «>f two guineas per .-umurn, and on providing suilab;e leather bags. Ship Mails - For -Adelaide (either ' direct or ria Timor, Java. or Ceylon), .same as inland rates. For Victoria, New Si »ni h Wales, Queensland, Tasmania. New Zealand, and Western Au.slr.ili;i Letters for every h oz. 2d. Pareéis not exceeding 1 oz. ... Id. << «( *) «,»(| " " 4 .'.. 4d. A...

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Pigeon English. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Pigeon English. I The newspaper enterpiise of the ^Neir York Herald in sending in i search /JJ Livingstone has been to I some efcf nt imitated in little by the ! I/lust>afed London News, which sent ! out a special artist to far Cathay to sketch the ceremonies attendant upon the marriage of the Emperor of China, and " Meeting the Sun," by W. Simpson, is the result. Un- happily for the artist's success, such affaiis are conducted very differently in China from what they arc in Eng- land. "When an Emperor is mar- ried there is of course a grand pro- cession. I he Chinese, however, Mistcad of calling upon alf the woild to look on, have their procession in the middle of the night, and barri- cade all the approaches to the street in which it is to take place." Moit over. Mr. Simpson found at die English Legation a letter from the Chinese Foreign Office rcquesti ng "that all Englishmen should remain within the walls, and not endeavour to see anything of the nuptials." A Mr. Simpson had ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

BIRTHS. BEDNALL.-On Friday, January 22, at Adelaide, Mrs. Bednall, of a daughter, prematurely. BEETSON.-On the' 28th January, at Palmerston, Mrs. David L. Beetson, of a daughter.

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Dr. Livingstone's Last Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Dr. Livingstone's Last Letters. There was a crowded meeting at the Geographical Society's Rooms recently, to hear extracts read from the last'letters of the great traveller. Sir Bartle Frere presided, and among those present were H. M. Stanley, Captain Glover, Mr. O. Livingstone, Mr. Jacob Wainwright, 6cc. The following account we take from the .. Leeds Macurv. Sir Bartle Frere announced that the letters were addressed partly to Sir R. Murchison, Sir Henry Rawlin-, son, and to himself. They were necessarily of a disconnected charac- ter,' as the Doctor never knew' whether his letters reached their destination. Me announced that Mr. O. Livingstone had given, up a lucrative position in Egypt in order to edit his father's papers. The following aie extracts from the very intcie-sting letters: " Mamuema Country, " October, 1869. " My dear £ir Bait le-I am in the country of Manvwema, about 150 miles 'west ot t'jiji. As soon as 1 wa« recovered from pneumonia 1 went up Tanganyika fifty mile...

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Mining Matters. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Minino; Matters. {¡."rom a t *«»rrc<j«md«-nî.) Long f'ípi-nehce in working mines in the nest and south-west of Eng- land has gradually produced at: economy aird eve! le nee of .-vstem ti» which the (.'Dinnies are perfect; .stran- gers, at iea>t iii practice. About the year Ifvj't was begun a sy.item ol' management which developed ia a few years a grear, fact, viz., that general mining had been carried on roo bing hy the " rule uf thumb,"' and that immense sums of precious capital had been wasted, tittil good mines wound up which have since been worked and are still working with considerable prout. Two brother*, managers of .-nines in the great mining district between tin» towns ol' Redruth am'.I Camborne in ( umwall, and known as Captains John and Joseph Vivian, had succe-.-fuliy de- veloped, in the very teeth of the opposition of almost all I heir mining neighbors, two poor scare.-rows of copper huies into valuable alni largely dividuud-payiug mines-the old .North and...

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Our Cemetery pros—The Treatment of our Dead. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

Our Cemetery-The Treatment of our Dead. TO TUE KOITOR. Sir-The above subject has occu- pied the attention of the public for some time past, and occasionally we have heard a voice through the press. A Southport correspondent speaks strongly-on the neglected condition of the cemetery there. The press itself has spoken of the disgraceful condition of the Palmerston"Ceme- tery, but admitting its inability to say which was to blame-the Go- vernment or the District Council-r tor such neglect ; at the same time informing the public that the District Council had refused to accept the control of the Cemetery, because they would have to go to the expense of fencing it in. And we have heard the voice of our good and respected minister (Mr Bogle) in the press, condemning the wa it of respect to some of the dead buried from the Hospital. I perfectly agree with what has been said on "this subject, taking exception, however, to the state- ment that the Council had refused the control of the Cemete...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

TOWN TAJiK. By Grumblkii. The talk is that Mr. Bundey'a retirement ' is no more than was to be expected ; because he had been " rushed into " the politico-ministerial Eosition which he occupied without eing prepared for it; and that there- fore, like the gourd which grows to maturity in a night, he was sure to droop and wither in the broad glare of the noonday sun. (Poetic idea, thrown in gratis.) Also, that by and-by, when Mr.'Bundey has gained knowledge of men and things he um v be a useful Member of Parliament : but at present, like many other " young members,"- he had better stick closely to study and business ; for Parliament cannot possibly gain anything by having its ranks filled up by erude orators and essayists from debating societies and elocution clubs. Injudicious advisers, however, are more to blame than the young men themselves; and many a politician who has lost golden opportunities hy having been hurried too early into colonial Parliaments, might well ex- claim, " sa...

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Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

gûiilhçiîtt afçrritorçj Simes. Pai.mkrstun: Satukuay, Jan. 30, 1875. The Government Resident-.has re- ceived a telegram from the Agent General in London, statin«»- that the father of Mr. Borradaile, who has been so long- missing* iii the bush with Mr. Permain, is willing- to defray the expenses of another expedition, so that a full search may be made lor, the lost explorers. It would, how- ever, be quite useless and even dan- gerous to send out a part}- at the present moment ; for the wet season has commenced, and no bushman would think of going- on a journey to Port Essington at this time of the year. In March or April would be a proper lime to start, and no doubt volunteers would gladly oller them- selves for the service, if the Go vermont then announced that thev were willum ti) carry out Mr. Iiorrodailc's wishes, which no doubt they would willingly do if proper securities worn given as to tli«* payment of expenses. A suit- ably leader could then he obtained ; and he would of cou...

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TELEGRAMS. (From [?]our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. ADELAIDE, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

VE L E G RA MITTI! ffr^ .j Von i our own (Jorrc,ponde,|t^ |t SOI JTÍÍ AUSTIUMA. i Adelaide, .lanuarv 29." j ' 1'};," ííot henbury left IVewcastle «J Sunday. The We. t:o:i« are causing but v«i little exoil iiooi.t. &£ Some di.- îlricts are going begging. Sir J ann * Fi.-,i»pr is dead. Tenders ure called for the erect« ol' the "vVe «ern Australian telegraphic ltlMi. EUHOI'R. Russia i« adopting a scheme conscript;'on. fe%¡ Cari bul li lias taken his seat in theft Italian Pr.rli: inomt. where he has bee»'! curdiallf i ecríived. Wb hav« roc rived the following letter^ * the subject, of 'tending firearms' to native« .íK but it doe« i mt explain in what way Miranfcj ( ' becastiP po«í csscd of the gun with which \¿ \ shot «he ott iel- blncktcllow :-'. .Sir-On nj? ! arn val in E 'ahncrsioii on Monday from Mt.\ { Cox's stat ti >n on the Peninsula. I saw ¡fcj 1 your ¡-arno t <f la«u Saturday week a remark seriously n» lee ting upon mc, relative to the' t evident!; gi- .-e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 30 January 1875

^^ OTK. AM FRO* UTI 'ORT DAR $¡¿¿0^ O WIN TO NI ¿WCASTLE, 3IKLHOURSK. AND Al )EL/ VIDE. , B. M. S.S. GOTI ¿El ÍBÜBG Will sail for tlie above port s on friday, 12th february, 1875. al « ».'».. sharp. lWetigers are rcquot- »I ti > lie on board "" at 6p m.. on Thursday, 1 l«i february, for the purpose of being: musti »ed. Intending passengers : »re requested to jnake early application and pay deposit. Fares to Newcastle and Melb mrnc : taloon. ... *21 Steerage. ... -£13 fares to Adelaide kaloon . .'. £2~ Steerage. - ...X16 10s. Tor freight or pnssage, apply: co K. DURAND & CO., Palmerston and Î tauthport. A LL ACCOUNTS against tt.e ?reams!n'p I\ Goihe:ibur<r r.mst be rent 1er id at the . Office of the Undersigned bcf«»ve ' thursday, Utli february, at 12 o'clock. . 6.-.-G3 * K. DURAND. Notice to Consignees E.\ S.S. i.'OTIIGKItl'R«i. TT1HE lîndeisigned, :is heretofore, tv iii JL attend to tiie DISCHARGING of the CARGO of the above vessel. Ti.iy. Chaff, and nthcr lig...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1875

>-&i£Á. <w "v i» Mitchell Street, a 'X x a_>i xYx T2A H >o x v_y o ? ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF l?ltl W W I If ?1 PLAIN OR FANCY, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. (Pinara fainting <Paáme, The Latest Invention in Pointing yViACHINEI^Y. CÛLÛ.1EB IHKS, PAPERS mu CAHÖ5, NEWEST DESIGNS IN ÍJteJ & Uift.ft UÄÄlo Workmanship not to beHUcelled. POSTERS, HAIïTD-BILIjS, (perforated;, CARD S, C A ax Ä "~ xSC TLJ" ï S ¡3 &C*, fe i r9 Licensed Victuallers Act, 1809-70, clauses Nos. 65,66,67, ready printed. All kinds of Mining Printing and Scrip, executed at the Shortest Notice. Orders from Southport, the Reefs, and other parts of the Northern Territory, promptly executed. SEASONABLE CHARGES. The, Greatest! Wonder of Modern 'Times. H0LLO\|WtrS OINTMENT! Bad Legs,. Ulcers, Abscesses, Wounds, a ad Sores of all kinds May be thoro ughly he:ded by the appli- cation of th\s Ointment to the parts affected, aft'sr they have been duly fomented witla m arm water. Under...

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS ACT— SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LICENSING BENCH, PALMERSTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1875

LICENSED VICTUALLERS ACT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LICENSING BENCH, PALMERSTON DISTRICT. COTICE is hereby given, that the -*-^ Meeting of the Palmerston Licensing Bench, in and for the Dis- trict of Palmerston, in the said Pro- vince, will be holden at the Local Court-House, Esplanade, Palmerston, on Monday, the eighth day of March next, at eleven o^lock in the fore- noon, for the consideration of applica- tions for Publicans' new houses, new applicants for old' houses, renewals, and also of applications for store- keepers', wine, slaughtering, and pawnbrokers' licences ; and all persons intending to make such applications are required to lodge such applications with me, on or before Monday, the first day of February now next en- suing, between the hours often o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon. And notice is hereby further given, that no opposition to the granting of any licence will be entertained, unless the party desiring to oppose shall have left with me, at my of...

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