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FIRE PROTECTION OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

FIRE PROTECTIOSV OP LONDO., The 3ietropolition Board of Works, the public authority in London, have, under the advice of Captain Shaw, recently decided to add another power ful steam fire engine to the metropoli tion fire brigade. The engine is to be of the new Grecnwichpattern, deigned and patented by Nessrs Merryweather and Sons, and will he capable of de livering 1000 gallons per minute and upwards, aild of working four, six and eight powerful jets simultaneously with force suftlicient to reach the summit of the lofty river side warehouses and stores. The neces;ity for lanrge steamers is being increasingly appre ciated by the tire chiefs in the larger cities and towns throughout England. Two engices of the Greenwich type, each capable of delivering 750 galions per. minute, have recently been sup plied to the Manchester corporation, andi one was selected by the city of Montreal, Canada, in preference to eight engines tendtered for by the lead ing English, Canadian and American mak...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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WALHALLA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

IrA LLI4 LLA'1 RIFLE CLCJI-. That folloniug Lre the dwtails of firing for the trophies of the aliJOV c1 WuijLh tpool{ piece o0 ScC Ycai'0 1)M1. lttyphy value £2 26.-R.< U<~ct;e~.. 2nd £1t5S.-G. Jolly. 3rd LI73 fj*.-R. TpIO2m slta ) Elda id· 1 dT~c( 1°. Yame* 40 0 I.Doneann. 20 27 23 2 G.Jn1ly.. 271 28 20 I' It.' thompson. 0 07 07 -; P. Orchard 13. 23 W .IT Polkiughp no 2G 31 `3: 7 . R. Brpown 27- 22 27: . 7: A. Co1c~tq t j 4 12 4 - .Col 32 -00' D. Loutit- -2. 22. 19 05 P.Struss' 13 2S S 3 71 J. Treloar 1f 15 7 , y It. Noble 13 14 12 - F. C. Tricks 20 23 13 -3lathicoou 16 13 ltctirýtl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

Stud Notices. To stand this season at Loy Yang. the Pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, " HZGXLANDEB." H IGHLANDER is a brown colt, bred by the Hon. Henry Miller. icis by the celebrated Prince Charlie, horse Nugget, out of Julla, by Cowden Iad (imp), granddam Flower by Lord lilackleg. by Blackleg (imp) g d Gip, by 3enzie's Clyde. It will be seen by the above pedigree that Ilighlander is bred the right way to get draught stock of a very high character, having the famous Prince l'harlie and Ilackleg blood in him. lie is sure to leave first-class stock. Terms: £2 if led, £2 10s if paddocked. Grass free till stinted ; 2s id per week af terwards. Every care. but no responsibility. THOMAS WRIGHT, Proprietor. To stand this season at Robert's Farm I.oy Yang, HUNTSMAN. Tlus celchrated hunter was bred by Geo. Davis. Esq., Tinamba. lie is by The Gondolier,sire of David. Dalesman, Camerine Darg., etc. lIe is a rich brown hirse.stands over 16 hands high, with splendid bone and muscle. lIe has proved ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

Wantod. W aNLTE-· I O Ladies and Gntkle, incq to call at A JLFarlane'r. Hairdressing· saloon, Froklclii-street,, lHaircutting and Shaviung d. SANTED.-Horses and Drays and HumN hd.ivhrs for the M1oe and Nar, mcan Railway. JOIIN RO)BB. WAN'1'ED TO. SELL.-oSoOO Bricks, dalivered at the ltailwty Station or privatcly t2 per 100U, samples to be seen nextCnmpbell aund Price's, butchers,Frankln Street: apliy FRANQls -4NDLEY, I'or Sale or To Let. ,F OR SAIlE.-Allotment Land, in Church 1 Street.;i feet frontage byr :lepth of 132 feet, next the Ch chll of England. Terms one-third Cash, balance three anld six mo:thl, with i per cent. interest. Apply . RECORD OFFICE. T~',LET.-9-roomed Cottwae.with 6 acres Sof lan 1, gordell.undergroun I tank.and every convenience, wvithin 10 minutes' walk of post-otice. E. A COATES. IIo ose and Land .\,ent, Traralgon. Ltost anal froand. S . IEWARID.-Stolcn or strayed from JI aoe on tlhe 2lth December. 1886. One dark hay mare. branded It near hip, hIlotch brand o...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

DAIRY PRODUCE. _ 3'Caw, 3L-Ulwrick and Co. report :-We held our usual sale torslv and reppri as fol lows :-tChese.-ALbout our uusua'suipply and market steady. Prime ranged from 6d to SId; lower sorts from 3d to'5od lb. PLtted Butter.-In the absence of shibpping, orders are still hard to effect and quotations are nominal at about late quotations. Fresh But tLr.--A full supply, the greater portio!l being out of condition. Prime lines ra?ged from 7;d to 101d ; medium to.good, id to 74d per lb. ; inferifp~l wer. Eggs (regular sulp ply), lliid to li?d per doz. [By wire, Thursday.] Pigs.-Short suplqly,,stores in good. de mand ; pork, a large supply foranurd, sud prices lower; bacon pigs, "ogwing to the heat, prices are lower. Messrs Wood, Dusn and Co., Market street, report under date January 5th : Rliecse --ew cheese continues to come forward freely, prices remaining about the same as k.st week, viz., prime, Gild to 8d, and medium quality 4d to 5d. FreshBut ter.-A cousjderable quantity c...

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[?]OW I SPENT MY HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

HOW I SPENT MY HOLIDAYS BY C. I. The exigencies of business life do not leave a large margin for holiday mak-. ing, and as there are many, no doubt, this district who are as ignorant as I was within a few day since of how a very cheap and pleasant holiday may be obtained as it were at one's door, a notes I made during a five days trip on the Gippsland Lakes, may be of use to them. The strange thing to was, that I found so few Gipps- landers enjoying a lake trip, and so many from all other parts of the colony. Perhaps it is because we do not suffi- ciently value that which we can so easily obtain. Anyway, on boarding the Dargo at Latrobe wharf, I did not recognise one Gippslander among all the crowd of passengers. I should mise that from the railway terminus Sale, Messrs Clues Bros. omnibuses y intending Lakes travellers free charge to the steamers deck at the wharf, and a very courteous employee theirs takes charge of your luggage places it on the steamer, so that most nervous trave...

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CAMPING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

Br MOSQUITO antLe We werefour---..arthe so?i?t debate was thý fjrrnesr in " .ew Year's. Day should i Let us go, -fishin. 'Ah! thil just the thing," waid we, and a' by the.spyadid lying usuhal-;.i? i In about the imumeLse hlI?u; h from the. Latrobe River we d to try our fortunes, psc- torial i t ;ht picturesoue, b-i and mosquito ri.itedstrem, aria p upo. its lrurks .ut tls n?te - getting there--that? wa the r scarcely raijshed the idaL of trD u on foot throug.h count, l: sneaky- snake winds Iris siL through the tall gras, an. " reflected tlat "sha k'ss Imoe ti frequently a "good iho r- e.n.'" ets le aearv. One of our oay volunteered to.get a horra and transport our pan ro t7tihe gropunds. But what ! tir I h~: tbp.general question, bearr I~ - like John Gilpin's tn .. i '7 pleasure bent, like that estiraiI.l , we had a frugal mind, in fact put to fine a point on it, we wat . "do it on the Cheap." Tis lar resol:e was general; aird t . things compl-te, we decided t. tent upon the same ru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

Auctions. M4ARRIA-E, QRR. AND :COY. .tTQGI * _ Iq ESTATE AGENTS1 HEAD OFFICE-TRARALG QN. G IV-E careful atention to all ?usines entrusted to them. Periodienl M.arket Trarnlgoni. M[orwll. Ter,n_-ahie. 'arrarcn. 3irbo., Trafalgar. L'Lnd ard CL-arinigSals properly conducted. VALUATIONS male. LOANS ueSriated. r.nd Life and Finre I SIU.tCE ffcEct . A G13s FOR A tionalof ear Zalaud.F ire Inmarce Co Colonial Mutual Fireard Life I nsu-aneeCo. Mew York Life Initrane.oCo. 'ew Zealand ?iec -ntile Agncy Co. AXCIOnEEn.s; Ia. JACKSON OR(R. & 31n. CHAS. SO3MIEPS. WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. TRARALGON, SAT., J.ANUARY & WE wrill -ll Pou try, Cheese. flutter. F ;iT, r~etabk s and all kin's of Farm Produce. 2 Chafftctters and new sa4dle and bridle. S MARIP.AGE, ORRl & CO. MIRBOO, WED., JANUARC 12. A.RIAE; . OiK. x CO. will sell Cattle. Hors. Pigs, Sundries. TRIARALGON MONDAY, .lA. 10. " PART.\ E. O it .t CO. will sell at 3 1- 'their yran. on ite ai..re dare I Coxr and 1 Heifer (eile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

eville's Grand Junction Hote Acknowledged to be the oeading Hotel in the district ample rooms for Commcrcial Travei-eU Horses and Buggies always at hand. Te!e grams promptly attended to. Parties patronsing "the, above hotel will receive Civilityl Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. - CORNELTUS NEVILLE, Proprietor ,. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAN, Proprietor. irst *class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Horses and Buggies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, a now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE e district, and the Proprietor, while thanking the Pablic for their past pport, assures them that nothing shall be wanting, in the future,~ t secure a continuance of their patronage, ROBERT MILL, PROPRIETOR. Horses and Buggics on Hire.. ~ - Firastc...

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

'AR. PRODUCE REPORT. Wedn.esday, t'Grath, Son and Co. report: Cheese :-Prime lof, to 6;jd per lb; medium1 to 4d per lb.; large size, d to 6d rrlb.; medium, Ad to 3d per lb,. F .4ipt tcr-?No sales were effected in this line liams.Prime factory cuad, to 9d per lb; tLim,-.t9 d, per 1. Baco.--Faetory, te Sid ..rlb.; farm, to Sd per lb. Carcase porks 3jd to d per Ib ; lard, to d per lb; hod?r, bpsi, to :?d per Ib prime gar den, to 4 perlb ; bee rx, to 9Jd pr lbl; fowls, e to. i p.2 pair ducts , bs to 5s per iagi; ,m . as to. s per ~s i.; turke?s. to ?5Sd per pair; guinea fowl, to jp "per patir;,.on fuwl, 13 to 3?to pr pr.; pio rqps? to d i;1'r pair; robbits and lare, to is per par. otheat Pnme . 3s lUdtos S? bushel; edium to . 10d. Oats.-Seed p - uar ,to" 9,1 per bo . stot feedp, tos. S.iler.-Primehbcalier, ,o3s.Jd per bus?el; medium maltiug, as to 3, 6p d per bushel ; f0,ed, "d toe ld per buhdel. eas, to 3s Gd per bushel; maize, to 3. Sd per bushel; bears, 4sto s per bushel; rye, to s p...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

".MOoER?TE, IFUr PrROGitESS?IV.' (Publish-d every Tnsday & Friday morning.) FRIDAYL) , JAN.UARY 7, 1557. Tins morning a legal traigedy will be enacted at Darlinglhurst, Sydney, when six criminals who were doomed to death for their complicity in the shocking :iaflir khown, as the 'Mount Rennie outrage, will suffer the capital penalty. Their ease is one which hIs been sur rounded with dilliculties for the ad ministnators of justice in the sister colony, in view of the fact that ?horrihle and brutal offences of the description for which these wretched' culprits will suffer, have been so numerous as to give rise to a widespread feeling of alarmn among the law abiding people. Flogg ing has beein resorted to again and again as a means of repression, but with little if any effect. In view of of this undesirable state of things, it wa;s felt that when the young men who comnniteed the outrage against the girl Hicks, were apprehended, that their doom was sealed, especially when it was...

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WALHALLA TRAMWAY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

)iALAILLA 1R 7IWIFA Y'LEAIGUE A meeting of the Walhaltla Tran w'ay League was held at the Mechanlics' Institute Glengarry on Thursday evening last. There were a good many erepresentatives present from Toon1 gabbie, Searne, Tcers and Latrobe. 'Mr I. M[ackay, who was ealed to the chair by the unanimous vote of the umeeting, explained the nature of the ag.itation in a lucid speech. ?Ie con tenidd for the rilght of the inhabitants of G(ippsland to object to the public revenue being applied to the construc tion of costly and illlproductive linse when there were nearer routes through highly productive country. Letters were read from the ion. Wim. Pear san, M.L.C., M1essrs 31'Lean, Harris atnd Groom, M.'sL.A. and ot.hers touching on the business of the meet The following proposition was un?amimously carried on the motion of SMnr lUerlingham, seconded by Mir Semmens " 'That the secretary be in structed to write to the municipalities and shire councils of North Gippsalhmd, requesting theim t...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

RECEIPT AID PAY OFFICE LEASES. 1'. Georman, N. Stevernson, C. O'Connor. J. Nuttill, J. Bermingham, 11. Crisp. M'Cauley, J. Dwyer, J. Frazer, W. S. Cuthric, J. Grele, T'. Hllghes, J. Has thorpe, W. Hardy, E. Keo?h, 11. Kjer gaant (2), Waltcr ).arItin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley semn, Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whallevy, W. C. Hlensley, J. Wilson, WV. rBryson. C. Coclrane, L. Illarston, A. F 1'Donald, .. Pryde, T. Richardson, R. Rigg.ll, 31. Savage, II. Whittles, II. G. Briggs, T. C. Grcaves, If. G. Salter, C. Smitl,, C.: ..r dtoch, E. Sanders, .A. G.I. ar.er, W. Geale, W. G. Hensley, J. Drathn, W. Hensley, W. Rice, J. Charman (2). GRANTS. R. 3.. Chepnell, .IL . Derham, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. IIandley, T. M'Na mnara, A. Najenbousch (2), Thomas Needham (4', T. Newman, E. Pentridge. W. Russell, E. Scarlett (2), W. Scarlett, C. Silcock, O'Gorman, II. Hampton, .Joll Dodd, W. 11. Veen, W. \Viddis, W. Danes, W. Allen, '1T. J. Cos, J. O'Connor. J. Peterkin, G. Pentland,...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

EBUROPEA X TELEGRAJLIS. -. (From Melbourne papers.) London, 7th January. Great excitement was caused by the intelligence thata Cracow newspaper has Iublished a letter from a! corres pondent at Merr, in which the' writer asserts that the Russian Government are vigorously making preparations to invade Afghanistan in the coming spring. Their plan is to proceed towards the Persian Gulf via Helrat. Large numbers of troops have lately been transported to Merv by rail, and the total' mumber now massed at that point is about 100,000. Further reinforcements, to the numl3er-of 40,000 troops are expected to arrive shortly. The English Government, have received intelligence of the movements of Russia, and are actively engaged in preparing to meet the attack, and orders have been issued for the pur chase of 40,000 horses to be used in opposing the Russian cavalry. London, Jan. S. The Lords of the Admirality are causing inquiries to be made as to the number of naval pensioners willing to voluntee...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

CORRESPO NDE X1CE. -4-- To th, Ed;Ior of the 7mrrylgn werd. Sir,--ln your issue of January- the 4th, there aplpeared an article frozm your 2Mir boo correspondent stating that owing to somes little jealoulsy was induced, to have othling to do with the tea me.ting held in the Mechanics' Institute on the Cvenrin of the 27th ult. Now I wish to state that this assertion is wholly without founda tion, and without the least tenstlncy to wards an egotistical display I would in form your correspondent that there is not a nmln in Gippsland" crpable of inducin, 'me to deviate from what I b-lieve toi ho proper, iust and upright,, or to do any tsing 'ihich might foster a spirit of jeal ousy between my fellow-men. My reasons for not taking nrt in the tea meeting above mentioned were, in the first plsec I did not consider that a proper pro gramme hadl been prepared ; secondly, I understod.tlhat some of tihe inhabitants were not properly made acqnai:uted with the afilir; and. thirdly, I was informe...

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WATER FAMINE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

Sl TEl RI 1.ill VJ V a: if sU '_*,'3 During tic last tw e t-r a. quite unItis ic l r a hite; 1' perienlced in ac:u ar.a-ul :,I,:`" The heat haI s bee inten' , :l.l fact thii any exp-.:rd l. :. past. Acc?cr-in, T t,,i s.-ar- , l at the 0c-.or -:c- r :. t-::::' shawel 102 "1'..°n t s!n l elearne.l with re~ 5n.:', ,;uliF, grateful c le ii in ,,,,rir n is to le hoiecd ti- : t-;; ci.er phets.will not i, '. -a t-. tions. e lnt the.:: r:' i: the water fac i: e.,"c'c pea'i. a of the hig-h Iyi' iul·rh=. t "I from nearly tIe w,.;le. de are to the -i--,t :!it f ,r ". householers ",:," a: e to ' even a drof o. w-r fi, uIl ta- - pipes Inf . i:: I s , : water suc!pl" !L.- ?:c a h :.. ticient duri- - t: ut 'i days. It cu: redi-y 1e rc that such ca cu,:cltio : a..' mtaret than t ual -in to ?i! the untfort:lac;t' a Ir :. F trwere to be s. :a witj a'.'j on errands i din cc:cr c . cauld cat a acuply of watIr .: private weill t e f rtc:: r e .- ? of a rtain-wuctc ak : ai to ipass h:,l i::rters come t:h...

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FAIRY LAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

The various c.ars and duties3 of a newspaper office are severe anflh.uxrass ing at times, and anything in the way. of an outing is always acceptable to the pressman. It was therefore with alacrity that I accepted the offer of a drive on Saturday morning, made by a prominent gentleman of the district. I had not had the. pleasure of inspect ing a representitive. QiIps!?iud f;u-? I and when iiy friend suggested that we should visit one, I thought myself for tunate, and my guide having mention ed Fairy L*.awn as a good sample of the unany fine farms in the province, it was decided that we should visit t!hat place. We left Trarni~oll shortly before seven o'clock, and after an enjoyable drive, during which I was much, struck with the splendid scenery through which I travelled, we reached the. property of Mir I. Holt, lwhicl is about fou,r niles from Tralgon. 'rThe wayfrom the road to the farm is reached by a tortuous hbt p'l ures lue bush track, over some very high ground. As somn as tit ...

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A FRENCHMAN STABS AN ENGLISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

A IF'IEXGCILIAL - STABS AS E'G LISIIMAl . When people were returning frlom church on Sunday morning, a quarrel took place between an Englishman and a Frenchmnnn at the corner of Wcllingtn and .Swan-streets, South Richmond, resulting in the former re ceiving several stabs of a very serious nature. About half-past 12 o'clock a Frenchman, who gives his name as Alfred Ducroft, was proceeding along Swan-street, when on reaching We! lington-street, his attention was at tracted by the noise made by a num ber of small children who were play ing about the spot. It seemed that his temper was slightly ruffled, and that he was in the act of speaking harshly to and ordering the children away, when a young man named John Graham remonstrated with the man for his conduct. The Frenchman in return picked up a brickbat and threw it at Grahamu,striking him below the right eye. Thereupon a fight en sued, the Frenchman getting the worst of it. During the struggle Ducroft drew a knife from his pocket, and...

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MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

A spccial1 Ineetlna .cf bers of tlheIO ll 0 was held last ni.'lj i: 1 of thLat building to for t-t oidaucc of ·,l .' . institute, as ifllrJlj._ e her be allo'rr'I to take ciii! Or genieril l~eucC r~ft, - be eligible fa or. hav well a4i -s:,- if t5 C for at least the r There was a 01 ,,r, presentr, whro ! ai ixg ,i«, proeting lIaypost cciiPt ! r!: \Ir Joucs the p e,, under discus aol euein bcis hta-i to tllnc, ~ t IElOt gomuery ,Holed ci sod r that it cl out i j:lrltedvl lutiSn. corrl UIlii,,5.nt TO o' ccedin_"s tot-millated"

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A STRANGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

IA S',TRAX(GE CASE. A strange case is at proseit going on at Pincenza. in that city there lived the IMarchioness Fanny Anguis sola, the heiress of two of the oldest noble families of Nortli Italy. The ma:rchioness possessed a fortune of ten or twelve million frmncs. She was always vesr extravagant and irritable, and the early death of her husband and onlv daughter, who fell a vic?tin to unhappy love atlitr, in:eatsed the ce centricity of hier disposition. There remained to her one son, Fillipo. With the pride and exelusiteness of a feudal lord, he combined a fanatic love of socialism and great activity and delight in reforms. He was crushed by a threshing machine whilst super intending his agricultural afltirs, and lost Isis life in consequence. Shie shut herself up in her palace, which she closed to all visitors, and lived in a miserly fashion. Her only friend was her lap slog. HIer servants, linlinig themaselves tleprived of all perquisites, revenged themselves it is alleged, by r...

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