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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

.HI Dot.) llf.ll : JR. U -.1 j 'Registration jof" Parltamentary .HI. <7 i j>. ELECTORS.1'''""1'"' ' ; .bonJiJi? ^- EMERALD HILL.' .''' nfi ' Embiuxd HILL DIVISION-CENTP.al PROVINCE. (Legislative, Council.) Also, EmcioeaIi Disxeici OF, Ejieeaid SILL. i (Legislative Assembly.) . ' I THE aboye Lists tare boen printed, and'aire now! in my' possession. The Lists can be in-' «pect«d during office hours.. : ' By Order, V frs.-'-t ; .' ' '': : JAMES EVILLE, j . .. i - t . : . Electoral Registrar. Dorcas-atrect West,.. ; Emerald'Hill, September 14, 1870.,: i j Borough, vof., Emerald^EHIL. . ? TENDERS will'boreceiyedijntil 7.30p.m., on: Monday, 26th September, 1.-For ^carrying out certain drainage ivorliB on land, the property of the Hon., J. W. T. Clarke.',,". - ,, . ., ;; j 2.-For Works in Clarendon-street, at Little: Raglan "street. ~ . . . ' *** Specifications, &o., at the Council. ! JAMES EYILLE.r n Town Clerk. ; 'Offices!-Town Hall; , ? « Emerald Hill, ! September-...

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"OUR OWN!" [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

, : "OUR OWN!"; 'till -111 . ? .-;>( '/(> i Ml THE meeting of the Emerald Hill Ar tillery 'Corps' 6n: -Monday* evening'was', as-'we1 'anticipated-^-under?.the^'alter'cd circumstances'of the c'ase;by tiie'retire meut'of1 Maj or'liiiONB^simply Janj'ex* .f»'ibition"oif',^eniBw!etl» loyalty an'd.csjh'it 'de 'corps^t\it> old-,:m'emb'ers;rtb''a man declanng Iheir reaidinijss to' serve,"with "a"' reservation :as!:t"o ?' th'e:better1 defining bf':the:(.civil''and raiiitary! business 'O'f ?the'; corps-and so5 with three' cheer's for the ;Q,u!een,' three' for the1 chairman of the meeting, and three for the;Mayor, Mr. SANDILANDS, an' ex-officer, they separated; and we trust that in a few days the re-Orgariisation of tliecOrps will be completed; and we may again feel proud of one; of the most loyal and admittedly the most efficient corps of the volunteer force. But while we congratulate ourselves upon the happy solution of the/ difficulty we-', have to regret that sensible inch should ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

' f Blrthsj JVlarriaffes,' and Deaths. ^ j .[ Notices .fof Birth's! Marriages, and Deaths arc inserted ynRK.oF CUABGK, and communication of sucli,events arc respectfully.solicited.] ''r/ . ' .. . , yiliHr.JlJ; ^V777^7-rr-ihf.i r.Uh ' J.-o;; . , EpwAS.-r-On'tlio 15tli mill., ntSer.^ioc^pycscpjit,' Emerald Hill, tlic.wifo of Mr. p.Boivun. of a son. . 111 ,'lt .!.:. ;j(i tlOIUVf , v/olf-;-//?. i .; MirEiiJKT-^ViLB.yj-pn thpj J^tji ,,in.sfc,. nt,,St.j Luke's i!^urc)v !Ein®ml4 iCU, bj^t!ip.-iic»v B. IB. DiekiusonfiSftViuiel^Muno^i/'Tjoolisdilor, ^dr.Stcl-! bournc;'(tor Willidlminn'rAVildj iiaughfceriof M.| .Jenn'JaoquosiJVikljfenginqei', Ziu-iolii Swifczerliviul.: .M'Ciuckbx-SI! Wii.HAJt.~Qni Uie.i/rtli insfe,' by, | sj'ecjnl ? licence,,by tho, ,11'ev. J)/ Macdonnld, i Presbyterian''mimstcr/ftfcxtho "Manse,' Emerald HnyKob^rbrM'Gva6K6ii?of ';tlic'HVi6tbria' Ment proserTingOCoiupanyvr; to o ITui-riotf 3£'\Villinm,: formerly qf.HobgrtjTojvnfjf - -j' j Jj(;r> J-o -r,;n .! 1 ?2b:'f^on?J?A...

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EMERALD HILL VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

"" EMERALD HILL1 VOLUNXEEES>' Ili^i'eapouae .to an advertisement a uumboi'of' thb members of-; tlio above corps inot on- Monday evoniiigiiat MooroV Railway Hotel, s lAmoHgtb the ;ollicer» present were Captains Shepherd, and Snudilandi),' Lieutenants.Cowper;aml;J3uohuuan; On Ui'o motion of Mr. Wallace, Mr. 1'orteus took the. ichuii'j and stated that it was ibis first appear ance in the dispute which had taken place between the .oflicorsr-ran officer -and /the' men.''; Ho 'was glad-to seo so . many of them prosent,'and hoped thuy'would; bo ias unanimous ? in their;conduct tlmt evening as they, had'been on other occasions, atiguuidvill and othor.places, when iUiUniform. r Mr, CroHy^boforo. the business was . proceeded (,yrit]i, called attention to tho ?aet that , strangers, ^members.of She presB, Tvoro in the room, and I, sotoyed that they should be excluded. I) : Alr.Xano proposed that the press bo alloTred vto. remain in the room. .V>.jMr; Grotty thought th»t as * body tlio mem...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

;T0 CORRESPONDENTS.' We-have received: a;collcetion of fugitive pieces (1of .ppetrj^by ?, The . sentimont gen erally conveycd in.thom is of .a somewhat' lno.'an ch'oly!character j' the composition is, However, so faulty, andtiit variance"with motro'or rythirt, . (that Ave,; inlist ,withl jregrct ? deelino r thorn, , but .trjwt /)hr ^iir correspondent; will try again,: tak ' ing time and ','giviii'g' more' 'attention to quality ' than qu'nil|iity.',: '' ?''' 1

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GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

3iTnnr~TjiTra--Trrr^trnTjii oiir^ -tGOyrEENlM'EN®);ADyERTISE-J aj|« riadT' .3ffM,EN!L1Si''w;wo.} $aiim ? v.,t--- «, r . lft ' ii.,»«.,i -^V®''have,Ybef6i'cJiioW'a'efeiTed .ito^the' shameful or rather sham eless& manner | iri^liich'the'funclsii&ff the" public,' 'set! apart "for* ftotifyihgi'sertairi' 'necessary ~ -fects^to'the^nlblicj are'systematically; .niisdirectfed-{iiul^'itJ now; becomesoa?' iriatter^fo'r' thoseuiriteres'tecl in1 local; newspapers ^tofyake^i'ciibn'in, unless it. ; is''prop ose d! 'th a t'-'this1 '-w h'b 1 ft Sale'dila tion shall'-! continue to! the ? vrio'St'Uin ffri r ; p'r ejEidice . of-' the;smaller ? papers'.^ AWe (are'frtfe to'admit'th'e propriety o'f/soWe !aSvert3semerit"s"v appearing5 'irfff lie lawn 'p'apers, but''can hardly .'u'n~derstan1dc£he necessity of notices'1 of1 a UoGal JiiatuVc{ 'as7'lofcaT:bye-lafrs; being''J'publisiled m 'Melbourne papers. ;'We'dtf5 n'ot^wis'h 'to 'impute motivieSj'but'il; 'ldoksslikethe ru'njust-' steward' bu...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1870. IS SUPPLE MAD? [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

.... ,, EJiERAI.H 1IIIA : ,y.,v.,. \ ?UTliUJtSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 22,t 1870.' ! ;? ; IS SUPPLE MAD ? v ' SOME-time since, whether as a' mere clever puff for' certain; theatrical cele ?brities-of the hour, ©r; to afford some: of1 literati' an opportunity to 1 trot: -out' ? their acholarihip: under-' assumed names-^- the key to which' was '.given | at every street1 'corncr-there was'aj -large controversy as to whether H-AM-! LET was or was not mad ? at'the' ?best mere speculalion or deductions on, the part of the controversialists as; to j the author's intent; but at' the present i time1 . a matter of far more! i'mpor-; tance is presented in* the question-is: SUPPLE,mad, in that'acceptation of the, term which represents a total'irrespon sibility- for his actions ? It is a ivery delicate1 question for mundane judg ment to decide upon, and with the con tradictory features it presents must giye us pause ere we admit the doctrine of irresponsibility. It now becomes a moot point for u's to con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

Bonding Societies.. TUB' VICTORIAN PERMANENT PEOrEETY INVESTMENT, AXD BUILDING- SOCIETY. (Instituted August, ISC.'i.)' Registered under the Friendly Societies Statute 1SG5 46 Collins Street East, Melbourne.'. : Shares, £25 cach; Entrance, ITee, Is. per sharo j Fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing share; 6s., 4s. 5d., 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2s. lid. per Borrowed share. , o I -This society is tlio, largest, most prosperous, . '' and most equitable Bnilding'Soeiety in the South ern. Hemisphere. . The shares oxcood- 40,000 in number, and they represent invaluo upwards of -ONE MILLION POUNDS STERLING- (£1,000,000). ^ ;Tbe-Advances to Borrowing' Members on:rreelioid Securities exceed £200,000. No Premium charged to Borrowers. KTo Bidding for Advances. Eight per cent, per annum guaranteed' . i 'to lnvestors. - The surplus profits divided every five jrears.-' Tirst'divlslon of profits In 1870ti To Depositors. Stuns of Money received on Deposit Receipt tf fonitheifoUowirig terms r-Eepa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

== i ' Window Blind Manufacturers. Established 1823." J. W. MITCHENER & CO., From Dean-si reet, iioho, London. VENE T I AN and overy description of WINDOW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Workers, 118 CLARENDON ST.* EMERALD nTLTj. Tlic only practical Blind Makers on tlio Hill. Old Blinds re-painted, toped, &c. Orders by post punc- ' tually attended to. All work gimraulecd Tailors, Drapers, &c« WILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor and Clothior, _ 128- CLARENDON Stkeut, EMEHALD Him,, ' ,, (Opposite St.r Luke's Church.) Gentlemou's.iReady-made Clotli^ig always on ^ fiamUchcap.; <? ' " 'u.. .^isARGrIiIA.ra"T, " TAILVR, " 16 CfiARENDbN STREET; EMERALD HILL. Tweed Suits, to measure, from ,..£3 0 0 Tweed Trousers ... ... ... 0 17 6 Suit Black Broadcloth ... ... 4 0 0 Gentlemen's own material made-up in superior style, j Milliners, Dressmakers, &.c. MRS. STEVENS' Millinery fie Dressmaking Establishment 'A'first-class assortment of Diapcry at tlio lowest possible price...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. DESPONDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

Laomoal .tAur/ .'"» .?. y-» .." in!I 'xwh-skJC ^.'DESPONDENCY.' .F.-I;-. "IJWhonrilVo: iiekrir is s'acl and trouble^'"' How the spirit's.droop and'lail; Ev'ry woo on .earth .seemsjdoj.ijjled^. jf urfl ; . -And.most,gloomy,parp5,asspilja'['"f^ _|_ AU the past with'tears is blotted,'""T5 Pull of sorrows, arid regret; Time, indeed) $cems but allotted, : Jii6t to harras's and to fret. Disappointment and contrition.' Come to Trorry and to,Vexj Aggravate our sad condition,'"'' 'l0-' And unsparingly perplex. - - ? Minde'diseasod, tlie bbdy'cumfio'f;^ Cliasing health and nerve away ; Granting rest not e'en in slumber, Teasing both by nightfdayv . ;:i il]0~ .'irishiioM. . JL Hope is dimmed, the future dreary, " r Comfort.for tli^braiu^lle^e's'^ionej And tlie body Wan'anil ffeary' 'f" '[2 ' Feels disabled and undone.' : >. . V: -i(ul,iiO'ir.r.) <;i --.i-m-U ?ta'i-.'X Still there is a pang moro.grioyous,',,,;}! Which no^h\iman force canscare ,v e Once possessed 'tWill'hever'Uare^...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 September 1870

?JS&NDfow'ibi&Enfc OWOWGW -moo iii ;w v<C'0 &NGZL\ 3fi.lt WiHoo ' Present':-'THe5Mayor "(Al J. Johnson,! ;!il 'EsqlJ'^and'' Coancfllors'^-Pluinnier,' ''''Curfisi0Swallowi'1Moi-l'ey, W'estall,: "noP6oImari;!M'ay"^n'd'Joyce.lu' »*".«« , ' yvr ovjrioci; rrrr oiod ?i .1i has; -j ?j til 3jhe 'iiiiinutesq of lastnJiieeting-i.tiv.crei ir.eadf3and>confh-ined,.!>«Io to ,yaino',j;oi S «Bnot'ff"'f>^wniil . 'io f/isvi-jof- t>y[i:vr.vi -]'ot ! r3 : , CORI«S8POJf.DJBKCB-.;-iw j » l-csr, .Jiiaai-.i^uiiu em ?'.u i-.m i:rro briri j i3i)yEe"jTo®n-,Clerk r c.iid*;thejjfollowingi ^eiieVSiSiir 7-In'Btn !>ii* .ofdiMouoif-'oiit «r j *> 11 i)ro,ni;jMr. j 0r 111 e, ..Aloi dc?.jnisk- . ..ing .th e, ;8c ttlemen t s o.f; h is "po r lio.n; o!i j .the^pren^iuinnay^ard.ed-fQrj^tlieuIjag'ooii' "iplaja j;iaiid i frpm:yMiVvFii^^ncis[(("iGi\o(),| .stating.that 'he;> could: gi>;e(fno?definite? .reply, ;(bo,th! ,of/,w,hicbj .jwg.re (postponed; .fr;onv las t&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

Miscellaneous. .WHO'S YOUR HATTER? MORG-AH 9 70 CLARENDON STREET, Emerald Hill. Ht lias the largest stock of "Workingmen's IIats» ancl the cheapest in the colony. Established 1S50, Try Morgan's 19s. Best Slack Satin Hat. V. ALMAO, HAT & CAP MANUFACTURER, 62 Little Collins Street East, MELBOURNE Every description of Hats made to order. Hats cleaned altered, and re-shaped in the latest styles. NOTICE OF REMOVAL w. maTHEWS, First-class Pianoforte Maker & Tuner, 227 CLARENDON STREET SOUTH, EMERALD HILL. Pianofortes tuned in six hours after receipt of tho order. Letters attended to punctually. A fine tone Cottage Piano for sale cheap. T. W. SMITH, LEATHER SELLER, 83 Clarendon Street, Emerald Bill, Near ilic Jioyal Hotel. Stout Crop, Is. per lb.; do. Kip, Is. 9d.; light do., Is. lOd. to 2s. Uppers and Grindery at lowest rates. W. F. .VAM3NTINE,, . Practical Straw & Felt Hat Blocker, a*-d BLOCK maker, . Swanston STREET, MELBOURNE, Opposite City Baths. Straw and Eelt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

IVZerticnl. LONG- LIFE & HAPPINESS I Head tho following Works by Dr. L. L. Smith. Means for Prolonging Life, And How to get Fat or Thin. The Two Books in One., Is. 6d. j by Post, le. 8d. Impotence and Sterility. 4e.,(id.; by X^ost, 5s. (Stamps or l\0« Order.) Obstacles to Marriage. 4b. 6d. j by Post, 5s. (Stamps or P.O. Order.) Sold at 190 to 194, Bourke Street East) Where also may be proowed TiUDE HARK. A NEW AND VALUABLE LOTION! In Bottles that can be carried in the Waistcoat Pocket, 4s. Gd., with full Directions for use. Packed and sent by Post, 5s. (Stamps or P.O. Order.) Prepared only by the Discoverer, DE. L. L. SMITH, WHO MA Y BE CONSULTED DAILY. Fee by Letter, £1. N.B.-Medicines carefully packed and for warded, to all tho Colonies and India. DR. L. L. SMITH Has been in practioe in Melbourne 18 years, and in the Diseases which he specially treats, has lmd a larger experience than any other medical man in the Colonies, or ovon in England. - xgo, ig2, xg2£, and ig4, Bou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are   inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communica-       tion of such events are respectfully solicited.] DEATH.           SHIPP.—On the 21st inst., at Emerald Hill,   Martha, the beloved wife of Thomas Shipp, aged sixty-one years.

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NAPOLEON III. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

NAPOLEON III. The following excerpt from a letter ?written by Louis Blanc in August, 1869, to one of the .?'Parisian papers, would seem; from recent events," io have a prophetic truthfulness, and evince a perfect insight into conti nental policy, and it is singular that its general verification should take place within less than twelve months : "I have often thought, and I-have written it, that' if one could read . the heart of Napoleon III., there "\vould be found what, perhaps;; would not be ill .expressed by a soliloquy - like the following : ' My power was originally established and maintained, at,least in part, by the tie which, in "the eyes of a considerable portion ofJthc Erench : people, connected the existence of a Napoleonian empire with military glory. and national grandeur.? France would never have submitted to lie at the feet of a man had. she not been, led to be lieve that it was the condition of having the world at her feet. It was necessary that the chains should be ...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870. REVENGE—NOT JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

EMEKALD IiILL : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ; 29, 1870. ' . REVENGE-NOT JUSTICE. WE must confess to an unmitigated surprise, not unmixed -with a stronger feeling, at the course taken by the powers that be in reference to the re organisation of the Emerald Hill Ar tillery Corps. We had hoped that the amnesty proclaimed-for so we inter preted the offer of the Government to, again accept the services of the mem bers of;the corps-was a full and per fect or.e, and that the conditions and reservations-as to discretional accep ! tance or. rejection-were> merely, very reasonable provisoes,- never intended :to be made use of ;?/ more especially, when the old members^ the backbone of the corps; submitted,themselves and services foi;-the benefit of their coun try, una/ as ifar as we understand, without any " combination " whatever, more than' that which must ever exist amongstyVee men, whether soldiers or .civilians. Tho contrary, however, seems to have been the case, and the " hypocrisy " charged ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE STORM AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE STORM AT SEA. A calm reigns about' us,-a rest for tho waters, Since scarcely a ripple glides over the deep, Tho wind softly hushed, the nion lounge at their , . quarters, ? ; Our ship, "without motion, is tranquil'as sleep Deceptive repose-for a cloud in the distance, To the master's trained eye' soon some dangers l'oretel j ^Each "sail: quickly furled; thus' preventing resist-; ance, The bare masts alono now the vessel propel.-. The sea, just before a smooth mirror rosenibling, Soon foams as if boiling with petulant rugc, And the ship on her broadside, both lielploas antl trembling, . , Awaits the stern baltlo Bhe cannot assuage. The crew Bliako with terror, the shrouds creak and groan, The masts topple ovor, the planks strain and bond; Tho waves bound still higher,-the storm blasts alono Are heard striving wildly their force to expend; They now sound the pumps; oh, tho water is rising! ' , ' And death would appear to be coming oil all; The fate which attends t...

Publication Title: Record
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THE SANDRIDGE PIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

, THE . SANDKIDGE PIEliS. THE recent heavy ^alcs have had the effect of affording another illustration of the necessity for docks at bur seaports. During Thursday night, and for some days afterwards, those shipmasters who were unfortunate enough to be ioadirig: or unloading at the Sandridge piers had a bad time of it. Chains' or warps creaked and strained, fenders grated and crashed, every now and again something went, and there was work ,to do in further securing the good .ships -which chafed and groaned in .their exposed position. Possibly it may be argued that this kind of thing " makes good for trade," but we ques tion® if some dock accommodation would not make it still " better ' for 'trade j" and we still sarigiiinely hope to see something, done to utilize the local advantages, of Sandridge,' and raise it from its present trade-fallen condition, which, we xnay say, has been induced entirely by the patronage of the Melbourne and Iiobson's Bay Hail way Company. We had. at. one t...

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FACETAE AND SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

FACETJE AND SCRAPS. Life is a girt all around with a zodiac of sciences, the contributions of men who have perished to add their point of light to our sky. - Some pleasures, like the horizon, recede perpetually as" we advance towards them; others,'like butterflies, are crushed by being caught. In some couples you may see, by mere inspection, the number of their conflag rations and eruptions, as in1 Vesuvius you can discover his. Many-persons fancy themselves friendly when 1 they are only, officious. - They counsel not so much that you should be come wise as that they ,should be recog nised as teachers of wisdom. , What'is. done from habit, is, done with out; reflection, and without recollection. This explains why-we are so little'able to give the reasons for our past career, or to revivo a remembrance of its incidents; What key- will unlock-'most men's minds ?-Whisky. People run each other, down as though they thought, they could make pedestals of their neighbours' characters, and l...

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NAPOLEONANA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 September 1870

' \'' NAPOLEONANA. A/NrAroLEpKic^era may.besaidto have concluded, and a comparison between: the first and third Buonapartes may not be>uninteresting. iNAi'OLiiON (the first Napoleon) was' elected first consul for life 1802, ascended the Imperial throne' 1804.T abdicated 1814, of battle Waterloo:iri 1815 decided his fate, and' he 'died in 1881 at St'. Helena,.aged 52; .his terni of wearing;, the Imperial purple being; ten,', /years'., ,The " third NAPOLEON (Louis Napoleon, Buona parte) was born atjP.aris.lSOS ; 'in 1836. he ,';made his attempt on Strasburgj wliicli was. treated-, leniently, aiid he was-simply, banished France; in 1840 he made his celebrated descent upon Boulogne-sur-mer with a tame engle, from the steamer City of Eclinbro and was taken prisoner, being sent, to ,the fortress of Ham,.whencehc effected his escape in 1S46, and came to Evig land; in 184S, the great changc.which caused Louis PIIILLIPE..to ? arrive .in England as , plain f MR. SMITH#* opened to the-.late...

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