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To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

To 'the. Efl¡Ur>óf the Ciarme» and Richmond i Examiner. . Sin,-I beg to 'call tho attention of your wadera, .and .the publio of Grafton gonorally, to a duty I'consider devolving upon thom, viz., that somo assistance should bo given by tho in- habitants of 'this district to those 'unfortunate persona who havo suffered so severely from tho into disastrous -floods at Shoalhaven and tho Araluen. As no steps appear io linvo 'been, ss yot, talen for this purpose, I would suggest that a publio meeting bo called by tho Mayor (whioh I daro say ho would gladly do if requested), with tho wow of ascertaining what amount of money it is likely wpuld.be contributed in this district. ïhoro is vory littlo doubt tut that Mr. Jones would willingly placo the Assembly Rooms at .tho disposal of tho Mayor, for this laudable ob- ject. Trusting something will bo dono without any further doliiv. I romain, Sir, Yours truly, SYMPATHY.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. TO THE ELECTORS OF EAST WARD. (Per favour of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our.eolumns are open to\all witera who refrain , . from the me of virulent language or pecto naliiies, but we are not responsible for ' ? opinions expressed. - TO THE ELECTORS Off EAST WARD. (Per favour of the Clarance arid Richmmd --u,/r'[ Examiner.) ÖENMEME^,-You aro again called on do oxer cbc tho powers placed in .your hands of electing a flt and prop'or person to Topreserit you-in .tho Council of thoMuma¡pol¡ty;of Grafton. : = , Thero .aro now four, candidates;in .the 'field seoking your suffrages, and ono, of them you must.choo9o to fill tho important .omeo of Alder- man for your Ward. . ' Before' rcoording your votes consldo'r whioli of'those'four would bo the most likely to. truly and faithfully represent.your intorests, Moát of 'tho candidates aro pretty well known to you, and each, undoubtedly,'con- siders holms .tho greatest claims ito .your con- sideration. It is, your duty, as true citizens, to ohoose tho man with tho greatest amount of ability ...

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To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

To the Editor e/ the Clarinet and Richmond , Examiner. Sir,-During my Bhort sojourn in Grafton I lind that, two of tho most essontial rcquiromonts tondin'g to promoto tho comfort of tho townB pooplo .aro wanting. Tho first is, n markot gardnor, tho second, o dnirymau that will undor tako to dohvor milk in timo for breakfast. Now knowing tho Graftonites to bo puihing peoplo nothing need moro be Baid, saving that, any party undertaking tho first requirement, will not only bo conferring a favor on my fellow townsmen but, it will in n short timo onrioh liimBolf. Yours, otc. BENE VIVEEE BIS TI VERE. ^ S^JLiJ^wiao BOHÍO good butter nt n raison»

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COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

COMMERCIAL ÀNDiMQNETARY -Mit ---THOMAS FISHER reports -hitvirig sold during the past week, a Farm of 42£ acres, near Grafton, for £5 5a. per aeref also, -a lot-of household 'Fur- niture,;at remunerative rates. ; Business .on the whole is flat, money o/ery scarce. This being accounted for by the fact that the Fanners arc now busily .engaged in gathering their Crops, ????[i . :\-A>: ? ,; :

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NOMINATION OF AN ALDERMAN FOR EAST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NOMINATION OF AN ÀLBÉRMAN FOR . EASTWARD. i¡:v; THE nomination of an Alderman for tho above "Ward, eauaod by tho.retirement of Mr. Sho- . relier, took place oh Tuesday last,"ot the Court House, North Grafton. . .-in Tho Returning Officer, ff. E.' CáiPaAN, Esq., .after inviting ¡the attention of the electors to Clauses 9,10, and ll of tho Municipalities' Act, called upon them to propose any gentlemen they 'nught'fleenwiualUlcd to tfUUlio above vacancy in tho Council. ' ; Tlio Rev. A. SKi,wrK roso to proposé a gentle- man whom lie felt persuaded vats a flt and proper person to represent them. Having stated 'the claims tho candidato ho was aboitt to pro- pose had on their consideration, and expressing a hopo 4hat no opposition would bo'ottered to his return, lio concluded by proposing lAlfred .{Lardner, Esq. . ' '. Mr. A. HYDE seeonflod tho proposition. ?Mr. J. GIXMOKE proposed Mr. "William Archer. Mr. T. Mtrspitt seconded his nomination. Mr. J. BAÏËH proposed, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

?Vyi§¿MV':' «AXE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, : GBx^TQN,:;»_ ,;'¡;¡.. ,",.;.Viu.^;: \ i ),,,.},' ;0N. WEDNESDAY. THE FOURTEENTH/ DAY' OT M k R,C'HR, ll 8 6 Ö L " ' . -, COUNTRY LOTS. " ,' AREA. PRICE PER .: ACRE.. COUNTY. , PARISH. SITUATION; .REMARKS. 1 2 3 I 6 7 m 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177' 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185. 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 73 a. -r, 1 p. 25 0 0 46 0 0 57 0 0 64 64 60 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 0 0 54 0 0 69 0 0 58 0 0 73 0 0 57 0 0 58 0 0 49 0 0 40 0 0 77 0 0 62 0 0 58 0 0 66. 0 67 0 72 0 51 0 55 0 65 0 69 0 77 0 59 0 63- 0 37 0 42 0 42 0 86 0 98 0 97 0 72 0 70 3 56 0 0 ¿E s. d. 1 0 0 Raleigh.. Clarence. 'do ' do . V ?do "do do .do do . do do ;do do do do do , do do do do do do.. do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Turville DuoluraDuekan do do do do Ulmarra.. do - ' do ; do do . do do . do" . do do do do do do do .do do do do do do -do do do do do do do do Southampton, On the.right.hank.oifl thc Clarence River", below, and adjoining ...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

Âïaàncc ÛÙ |litïjmonb ' .. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 18G0.. ' 'THE Municipality Act of .1858, like most Acts of Parliament, rejoices in: ambiguity, and cannot well be. iindcr .stood without a .careful analysis'; of its' clauses! ' ' ' The -object of thc Act is to give rpower .to establish Municipal Institu .tiohs in .the -colony, and the .-.whole'of the clauses, with the exception of the 3rd and 36th, deal with the; Municipa - lity as one and undivided. It provides for one; election for. the whole, and clauses' 20 and 29, with thc-,<leclara . tioii at the end of the Act, supposes but one election to take placer and the : declaration made by the voter, at the »time of voting^ that be has not voted At this election, must be tuleen to mean . . ¡jjíyb'at ? -cjíiusq, 29_: has already provided ipr,,.namely, that every, person who .shall vote, orofFer.to veto ; a second ..(time, at.the same election, for any îCouncillor, or for any Auditor, or *per-' .sonate any rotor, shall be guilty ...

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THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

'THE MINISTRY. WE stated in our last that the "Forster Ministry had been defeated on a vote of "No Confidence," hy a majority of 33 to 25. Thc following from -thc Herald, gives thc result :- _ " ' ' . . Ayes, 83. i Mr. Robertson Mr. Byrnes ? Mr. Ashor : ? Arnold . ,3îgan Byan Wisdom Martin Sir D. Cooper Parkes Lang Mr. Cummins Scott Pernell ? -Jamison'? Hart. Irring. ? Laycock Hoskins Garrett 'Campbell Jones .Oakes Gorden Weekes Terry Campboll Macarthur. Groy- WindoyorV Lucas Atkinson Wickson, j ^ . Tollers.' ? <?? " Noos; 25. Mr. Forster - Mr. Watt - Mr. Bussell * Black.' Hawkins ??. Plunkett . Samuel Hurloy Cape Piddington Lord Hay '; Hodgson ; . Laidlaw. Maolcay Wild 'Lyons .. Fawcett: -Hamilton .Broughton ''Clements') Jenkins . ¡Loder .Oxley j . Morris i', Tellers. Tho announcement was rcceivod with loud cheers and counter cheers. . This occurred - on Wednesday, JPeb ruarv 29. ?On Thursday morning, Mr. FORSTER tendered Ins resignation, and his EXCELLENCY immediately s...

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. TWO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

i FATAL BOAT' ACCIDENT. f; Two LIVES LOST. ! 1 ? A MOST distressing accident, by which; fumilylihave .been- plunged into dc«p grief/;'occurred; about half-past' live o'clock on Saturday last. Mr. Parfitt,1 coach-maker, of I William-street, with his two sons, duughterf a youth named Potter; went on the water for the pur- pose of fishing, arid had dropped their kellick about thirty yards from thc ;thejBhore - off potts' Point. While thercscveral sailing boats came up the passing between j Garden Island and the point, and amongst them was the yacht Blue Belle, with her owner (Mr. Watson, cordial, manufacturer,) on board; followed by another yacht, but whether racing or.not.at the time we have , not ascertained. As the Blue Belle neared Potts' Point, Mr. Watson observed a small dingy put off from the shore,,aud in. eiideavouring to avoid her he-passed close to; Mr. Pariitt's boat, and thc sail jibing at the time, the boom of the Blue Belllc caught thc mast, which,had not been lowered, a...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, : . WE beg to call attention of our agri 1 cultural friends to the following letter ' from Mr. BINGHAM, the great agri- j 1 cultural implement importer, of York street, Sydney, "Wo trust that steps will be taken to establish un Agricultural Society forthwith. In a district so i f intimately connected with all ngricnltn- ' 1 ral improvements ns this, it will say little for our energy if we cannot establish a society, which shall watch over and encourage the efforts of the farming community. Mr. Bingham's handsome offer of a prize will, no doubt induce others to mako similar dona- tions, provided wc take tho necessary I steps to establish an Agricultural Association. Mr. Bingham has also, forwarded a variety of English grass seeds in the due proportion required, for laying down paddocks. He is of Scrub, lands may thus, in timëj'bé 'eradicated, and'b.eautiful English sward reinaré iâie présent eye-sore ib'om the óieighbpmrhoad of jour dialings. We ihaH; be happy, ...

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CONTEMPLATED ABDICATION OF THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

CONTEMPLATED ABDICATION OF THE EMPEROR OF AUS TUE Paris correspondent bf the Times has received the following interesting letter from Pesth : " December 7.-A piece of nows BO extraordinary hos reached the high political circles of this citp, that it is not without hesitation I venture to communicate it, and yet thc said cir- cles have excellent means of obtaining ^e^e^^st^u^e^^n^n^Mn^^T^ news is that thc Emperor of Austria I contemplates abdicating the crown in favor, of hiS|8on, a child born on thc 21st'August. 1858, and appointing as Regent his brother, the Archduke Maximilian, formerly Governor of Lombardo-Venetia. The reason as- signed for thc projected abdication is*, that the Emperor sees with dismay that'Austiia is going to rack and ruin, and shrinks from the risk of figuring ^personally in history as ' the last of the lliapsburgs1.- ; .On thc other hand, being an ¡obstinate-and-wrong-headed' ' young mari, he will not consent .to - make thc (serious; concessions to ' thc . di...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. Gundagai, Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

[BY'ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ; 'SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. ;.; Gundagai, Tuesday, 4 p.m.... GOLD Commissioner ¡Lynch and his troopers'.are'.ngain. pnpae ''gold-fields.' Commissioner öloete, ¡' andyi Captain; ¿oucíi, superintendant of the Southern' Patrol,, left "Gundagai for the Snowy River'yesterday.: \ "r ? ';.»', ->--!: ? J Mr,''Frederick Moor,! of this ¿own, returned,'lust night from tlic Snowy ltivcr. \ ''. \ y I.'... j J.".;: ' '? Ilc'statcs that there is plenty of gold ihcre^ and that all thc j river j claims -arc heingjworked' with7gje'atj success.. ;¡ Thc surfacing^ good.' Flour was dB8U'.pcr tori, hut; some sales had' b'een .effected at Á70. ? ; Goods were pouring on the diggings from all dircc lions.^-. Collins' 'picks' wore' li«., and Jong-handle shovels 15s. jeacli-j v I?irst-elasB menjwcrei getilng' fol- iages'^Gy JË7,'ànd|£8 për:weçk. f>. . No'jone was on thc field lip.to Friday, last purchasing gdld.^ ¡ Storekeepers.; were doing what, little, they could. Therë was a gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

STEAM TO SYDNEY. ^IIE well iiioTm-' Steamboat' , toking, m engo;mj^'|Mn^;wlto«^ v'iPör fuTl'partionkw'as tôïif^litjWo.^àpply to, tlîe Captain, on'board;:,' . .; .; t Y; inhïi'S'''^ .Aj^raiiàn''Joint ;.;s'tack 'Batik.. THE iÔItÂÏTÔN^BEANCH' of tho AtTSV .TR ALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK is' ;::i:¡ opón'for tho transaction bf dU customary banking, business.;; . . ; ¡::,! » " D'ttiWHÍo: ACCOUNTSaro opened' for 'Ous to'nWs'oh deposit pf funds, and' OheqúoBóoks and'Poas Booka aro'supplièd gratuitously.'! j BANK.yo^i.Bn^Staro issuod to DopoBitora, ;witii'in'tóréfltaddcdj'aá foÜo'ws, námbly':-' 1 'i ! At'3 por con£ for'3 moñtíis, \ .? ^ ..V-r.V'v -e--:,; 1 !.. ;::?.:-< ,v -5' ,,) .. ¡12,.;,,. ,, ? ! and tho bills, being payablo to.order, aro. nogo-; tiablo at Wy'mb'menVand aro th'ùs'à'grcat ¿on-; vonienoo to tlibpúblio^ .; .JiJ :.'¡: w'tí j ?:. :.-:BBUns, aro. issued on tho Head., Officio and BranchcsVf ¡ thoí Bank, namely :-On. Sydfaoy, Brisbane;''Ipswich; 'Wost Maitland,^Áímidalo,-; ...

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ARMIDALE ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

ARMIDALE ANNUAL RACES. FiiisTDAY. THESE races began on. Wednesday last, with a fair attendance of spectators con- sidering the threatening appearance of the weather; on the previous day, which deterred many person residing at some distance from Armidale from being present A very fair proportion of those on the ground were, ladies, and saddle horses were numerous. There was some rain in the afternoon, but not sufficient to cause many to leave thc course, though for a time it filled the booths, of which there wera eight. There was also a passable display of fruit. ,, , ' Shortly, after noon thc undermen- tioned horses drew up at thc half-mile post for the First Race-Thc Maiden Plate of .?35 for horses that had never won nn advertised prize previous to entrance ; heats, one mile and a half. Mr. Armstrong's br. g. Ivnnboo (Bennet) 1 1 Allinglmm'a blk. h. Kejooted Member 2 2 Ï). Starr'B b. h. Bolivar . 3 a Jns, Stair. Jun's e. m. Kato .,, ... 4 1 J215, for all horses ; heats,, one .mile ...

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THE ROCKY RIVER. [FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] From the Armidale Express. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

THE BOGKY"' EÏVER^s [mOM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] Prom the Arnxidalè Express. ' Düving {last week^had avckäiige in tte weather.: Í .lOn^Tuesday^afteiTioon a smart thunderstorm, accompanied by heavy showers of rain, soon filled the water-holes, and caused the creeks to run, Since then the weather has been rather cold, with high winds and nuz- zling rains, or what the Sassenach, on visiting the " Land of the Mountain and the Flood," would bc apt to de- signate as " Scotch mists." Having said so muchiin my last re- garding Dodger's Bush, 11 will^ only now mention that since then two "par- _ ties have hit upon thc wonderful chan- nel. The certainty of earhing'for some .time to come from. £4¡ to £G a week per man certainly makes ample amends .for a few weeks of artful dodging. Thc .other dodgers^''renüdiating the' name, sïnkm^'ùi^I èarnest.- Thc face of the ridge as far as the Post-office ? Gully is one busy scene bf shaft-sinking. Even the young devil of the stump himself is now at w...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. . -TnE GfriLMÄNDTKR.--Sinco ow íast notice wo have recoived .but lfttlo. additional intelligence front-thèse diggings, and'that little is still of a conflicting character.'' '? Tlireo"dray loads of Chinamen passed through Bathurst on their way thither yesterday; '" By a party, of four English- men on> Wednesday wo were told'that'the-e wcro not more than forty or! fifty Europeans left on .?tho. Gilmandyke, and that' at tho timo thoy loft, some of them were pnoking up preparatory &Qf 'leavingJ' They ¿Iso steted that the Chinamen had a placard posted np, written both in'Chinese and English, warning diggers not to throw 10s. away in taking ont license».-Bathurst limes, .1 ' Auriferous Qunrtz.-Specimens of auriferous quarte are not uncommon in this neighbourhood, and since tho heavy doods sovcral hove been, brought to light. Tho other day constablo, Fletcher picked .up a small specimen, with gold plainly Risible,-on'tho banks of tho Mulwarree near tho new bridge ...

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CLARENCE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. TOOLOOM. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

CLARENCE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. , 1 TOOLOOM. " ' 'rXñtOÚ "OTO' COHltKSPOXDENT.] THE yield of 'gold ;'on these diggings continues nbout tho same, and, on th« whole, affairs may bo. reported as prosperous-; all parties regularly engaged; in mining are doing wei), and tho floating population, those who wander about with shovel und dish bro ablo to make a liveli- hood. , Still, wo havo notliing now, tho' tho for- mation of4he.country for many miles (indicates the probability of a now field, ¿io ono has been successful in Anding or créatinga "new rush." M'en aro'contented to rc-work -old ground, and, it is ' astonishing with what success. Last week, «two nuggets were found in an old claim, ono 'weighing 8i ounces tho other, 11| <ounccsJ¡ tho largest was obtained by a Chinaman whq, ofter 'patiently washing tho sand some time for o few' specks, carno ¡ unexpectedly on tho .treasure. Those meek and careful catctt'atmg children, of tts ¿in».. Signing petitions has been the order of th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL.   MARCH 10—Fenell (s.) 200 tons, Captain Or e, from Sydney 7th instant. Passengers—Messrs.   Potts, Tindall, Small, Avery, Rusden, Miss   Smith, Miss Scott, and thirteen in the steerage.

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EARTHQUAKE AT YASS. Sunday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

EARTHQUAKE AT YASS.   Sunday, 9 p.m.     At ten minutes past eight o'clock, two tremendous shocks of earthquake oc- curred, which so frightened the congre- gation assembled for Divine service, that it was immediately concluded. There is great sensation. FoninKATB ESCAPE.-A little girl, daughter of ;Mr. Stone, publican* residing near tho Parra ronttii' Railway station, while playing near tho houBO, a few days since, felt a Bnnko twirl itself nrou.id lier leg j sho immediately ran in lim lioiiso onrrying tho snake with her, wlion, striking lior foot on tho floor, tho reptile uncoiled itself, and glided oil' through a ororice of tho building, without having dono any injury, further than .thoroughly startling those who wcro present. Pan ama tn Chi aiud(, . AN IMMCNSE ICEUERO.-Captain "Kirby/of the ship Uncowah, arrived at San francisco from-New. York,.reports that he passed anJ immense floating island of icc, about »fifty miles south of Cape ' Horn...

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THE DOUBLE MURDER AT HOBART TOWN. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

THE DOUBLE MURDER AT HOBART TOWN. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser.) THE neighbourhood of the upper-end of Adelaide-street, and Davey-street,   were, on Saturday morning, thrown into a state of excitement and alarm by the report that a double murder had been committed upon a man named George Tickner, and Mary Tickner his wife.   The house in which the deceased resided is situated in Adelaide-street, a few yards distance from Denison-street. The premises are entered by a Iarge   gate near to which was chained a savage bull terrier dog. The body of the mur- dered man lay on the south side of the house with his head towards the building, and against an old cask that stood near   the wall. The cask and wall were     sprinkled with blood. The unfortunate man presented a horrible appearance.   He was lying in a pool of blood, with which his hair was clotted and matted. His face was also streaked wit...

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