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Another Injustice to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

I Another Injustice to Australia. s London gossip writers for tlio Provincial, asImvo boon tolling nil sorts of ;storios illns m of11 Colonial " shabbiuo'ss and bad man i, One writor rolntos tlmt soma of tlio guests liorere invitod to Sir ThomnsBrnssoy's. country wongot impntiont waiting for luncheon and ■mleilnp « ladder to poop into tho. rooms where b servants wore laying tlio tables. Somo of 1m got drunk, and postorod tho host with ith t questions; whilst ono gontloman, bo «ging to ono of tho lonrnod professions, danced jig on tho billiard table, ;nnd spoiled tho cloth. Ar corrcspondont writes to a Society, pnpor: leu may well describe Princess Louiso's gnrdon «s nn " oinnium-gfttliorum," A nioro ^ing mixture of people u of all sorts and eon ton 1ms rnroly boon soon in London, and tho i3>11 mnlo and foamnlo,'.'. were remarkable. iHor thoiv glaring splendour, and' others lor |!t'1! ludicrous shabbiness. Many men 1S«4in shortjackets and " pot" hats.;, Tho I'fe class of tbo Colon...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

Social. Sin Thomas'and Lady nitAftiwv again ontartalnod pnrtlos of AuHtmlhmH, at Normanby Court, on Satur days, Juno 10 and 2(1, , * <; Miih, Hidnuy WniTia, of Oooan.Btroot;> Wollahara, Sydnoy, gave a danoo on Tuesday, July 27. " . Mns. O, J, Bonwimi, of Olmtsworth, Potts'Point, Sydney, 'gave a Olndarolla danoo on Monday ovonlng,, July 20, W.w rogrot to hoar that Oapt. ..JV.O, Bowan is suitor Ing from a sovoro strain of thomusolos of his back, and Is, In'oonsoquonoo oon/lned to kls bod, , • Tiria sooond annual Ball of tho Hssoridon Yoluntoor Flro Brlgado toolc plaoo on July 21) and proved a groat suoooss, 1 ; . i. ■■■■:. ' w- ■ J s—i J; • of Xa1 la stntod that Sir Thomas and Lady Brassoy," ln tend paying a visit to Australia intho Sunboam. . Wb again beg to notify, that all -reports Intended for publioatlon In Tadlb Talk, . should bo addrossod to »' Tho Social ..Editor of, Table Talk, 11)2 Bussoll stroot, Molbourno,!' and not to Individual mombors of our staff, This vi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

Engagements, Mias Minnie Rosenthal, o£ Raphaelville, South Kingston, grand-daughter of tho lata J. G. Raphael, is to be married to Mt. Edward Oohen, of Double Bay, Sydney. > The engagement is announced of Miss Myra Aimee. Tuokett, daughter of the late .Mr, George Tnckett, of Ballarat, and the Rev. George Walters, Unitarian Minister, Melbourne, . j

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Private and Professional Names. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Private and Professional Names. 1'V lu (v singular fat)t; that nearly all of tho loading wouiuh favorites of the, Australian stage are wives um'l mothers This fact, however, 1h but, little known to tho public, Tho popular actress or singer Hcildomj If ovor, changes hor stage uaino. She goes along and marries and divorces and marrloM again, but hor name on tho poHtor and lithograph iu always tho sumo, Tho following is a carefully prepared list of atago favorites compiled specially for TA'IWiI'I Tauic by a Melbourne gontloman, an authority on thoatrloal aud musical matturs, giving tho professional and prl vato names of oaoh ;•—■ Profosslmiul Nmiui, Private Name. Flora Anstoad Mrs, J. Dodge Kato Ardon,.... Mrs. W, J, Hollo way Holon Ashton Mrs, Ohas. Ofoswlok Emma Austin Mrs, Frod.\ Boltqn Etnllior Beaumont Mrs; Dr. Suvoster Jonnlo Benson Mrs. Fyslio Kato Bishop ......Mrs. J. I.dhr Adolaldo Bowrlng ,,,,,....Mrs. J. B, Stoolo Annlo Brlghtstono,,..........Mrs. Ohoovdrs Fanny Brown Mrs. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Tiirn-Voroin.; "ioi'lOI)' 'i'O MEMBERS. mniiiii Jfiwk lidll will htlca pitted S S l<>f tlioExhibition Hulld-! I^SiiAV, PHi AukuhI,, IHHfJ, to!| J'SfScst 'd'lVnlval l>r»0OHHi(in ovoi yinlWH'ltyivllltHkai.lmioiit 10 p.m. I£1 wiiMlJW "f I'i'liici! Unrnl vnl mill If, Tiliiiiilili Oim'IftKOS, I I'l'H'iiH, /fovuIdH I'Aj (fuldloffi. 1'olltlonl Olmmatoi'H, Itoiilwtl'o I'l'fMont ountury, ltnndn, ■ Motto. (Icrmn, llrllimnlii, Thu IwmliolfwMismul tho UIhu of! tho huh 111 "moon. 'I'h" iilnoplns, &o. Ijj( dale nt flm Clnlloi'loH will lb tpen tin' fljieotiUoiH. flokots for |,|/ i/nllwb nt 'M. email iire: to ba llilil Ilowlon's Stasia Wnrohouso,. 117 l/mjIoHtrcot; 0, Walter (lion, trans,), ■K Swniuton-stroot; unci nt tlio Turn pw'nllnll, 71 hntrobo.stroot East. i I fioieli for tlio Hull to bo obtained only J Ij/Msdi iaemliurn. Thu catorln^ 1h on ■TOferfto Messrs. IWIInKor and Gout'/., tho Ifdlinoivii C'ontinontfii Ooiifootionora, I IJii .vcnr'i Hull bulnp' cllll'orently nr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

There is 110 hotter judge J'or what is good than Germans—They always drink WOM'iJa Scnuxi'i-ci. (OPPQStTIfl EASTERN MARKET.) 0 r 3 1 M 3 HO 3,0 A M fI A N " ILLUSTRATED OALAMQ^MMS with PRIGE LISTS sent Free by "• •■■'■• • " ' ••'• ■ ' ■ ' I •' ' ■ HI ■ 1111-' f > n 1 ■ »:ifil iql-i .. -;■ SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition,3883; GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exh(bitioh, '1884. The THURMER PIANO Contains More Valuablo Improvements than Any Other Piano of its Class, and Leaves Nothing to bo Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetnoss of Tone and Eleganco of Design. None bub Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are Used in its Construction, and it is now Generally Recognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO 30LLINS-S MELBOURNE. THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. X OFPICK— 48 LITTLE COLUNS-ST. EAST. 48 One Dnnr J'rom, Sioanttbim-ntrout. Undertake the following, by Contract or otherwise—Carpets Taken Up, Beaton and Laid, Windows Clean...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boucicault's Divorce Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Boucicault's Divorce Suit. Tt Ih annoutioed says tho .iYcio York Iforald) that. Annua llonurtson bun brough t another suit for divorce against JJloti Bouoionult In London. Mr. Ilouolonulb \VfV8,f((ji'Vort with thu papers imnuidiutoly onhhia "air 1val'wlth.Louise Thorndyka, tho lady whom lio recently married in Aus tralia. It appears that tho lady whom call lio should onll Mrs, Bouoionult—thnfc in to any, Agnes llobortson—was, bo to spoak, foraod, into .this position by hor ohlldron, Tiioy hnvo bitterly folt tho slight*!,put,upon thom by their fnthor through,IiIb marriage with nnotbor wonuvn. 'J'lioy nboomp'anioa'him,'it wilt bo ro momborcd, Inst souson to Australia to not in liia oompnny. While thoro Bouoioault boaumd attached to and married tho per so.n who ia now olairaod by him to bo his lagitlmhto ' nnd logal1 wife. This only ..... „ plnaod his bhildron in a peculiar position boforo tho world, for, if thoir father had tho right to marry 'another' woman, thon lb was1 ovic1ent;; t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Brtuulicis nail Whiskeys nro not ut all 113 -\vd11 adapted for tills olliuuto 113 WOLFii's Soba'jUws,

Publication Title: Table Talk
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On the Scent. SYNOTSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Oq tge Sceni , By LADY M A J .13 N .11.1 13 , Aublioi'ol! " Dllii," " OuL al! bliulr .lOlumonfc," " »Sl«toi'8 lu-'Law," " Ouoo More,1'. &o. , i; , HY'NOL'SIS 0I.'A '.LMl'lilvi'OUS OllAl'TJOUS, pitAi"!'i!iu^ 1, unci .1.1,—Thu,imder:da Introduced to Doiistono Court, the homo of an IttipuuitiiloiiB who la blossod, wlth.n family oi' .thlrluuu children to provide,for, Que oil them, the oUlost, Itugy, ati Oxford exquisite, la offered a situation as elork lu ithusulllou of his uublo, a Liverpool morohaub, at JUDO par annum aud pays 1dm a visit, but tltu practical man In business Is so disgusted with Ills " swell " manners, as ho calls thoiu, that ha withdraws the oll'or, at thu same tlmo Inti mating that lie Is willing to take a humble-ndudud youth from thu Donstouu family if the father had suoh a ono, Arthur Doustonc aaoopts thu oll'ar, Auothor of tha ahlldran, Janet, advertises for a situation as a • lady holp, but tha answers alto receives aro so disoour aglug that alia Is almos...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

i A.R.A.M, VOIOEPflOOUOTION') ./'illSrtr "ailoUir'(0°' 3'ill I lid f I(If Jn 1«» of"Aul« "Mil ualiituu"; IVi'isi \ IllMMtUIW f-IWrioKH, Vi'lviltu II,"" i,S on iVn.t itftor TI/KSDAY, IftrJ W'li«.«inut koiHIuimoii wishing for I*,1 I Milfoil imy twHIlllOllllllH nt Al« W<K««I " Awlo-ati'aot fWiiiKhAiHimll''" Advortbuir " of ffuly 23, r .\< I'olyiihoifiii), Mr, (lorilou (lociuli Wi\h 'iWi iiiitil llio itli'iit ti|i|>(wrs In tllO HOOOIkI l,i!ii tho lviinl* I ' I rn«o—I iuolt--t lilifii,1 ,*i, mmvuIiih ilonolu tlio H))lrlt inwllluli nllero'l, HIk clour, full, ilooji, mill otll «»ifimilokly roiivliKjml tlio iiiiillouoo >t|mt I iii el Hi" vocrtl urt wild liuforo tlioiu, mill I iV Miwulvo roiiltiitlvo tlio Hli'lklii/fly mfiUfiii, '0, nulillot' than tlio oliorry,' wus '.nil wlili ii fiK'Hu W'uoo Hint won tlio nlii|,|IHoftlln IfHtOIIUI'd, Hilda Will tllllt lor mi 1'iicoro, hut tlio l'o;mtltlou whs VKiltvlliai'i'i'luotor, who know, tllllt tlmo Wit wruill "f tlio ivlal...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

CHAPTER VII. Arthur's coulldonoo In Tommy Was nob misplaced ; the boy was only wild,' ho had an excellent heart, and iudood Arthur was much astonished as well as . pleased by the result of a serious talk with him. Ho found ' a depth of character, an honest wish to get on, and 11 shrewd common sense for which ho was not altogether prepared, and which made him see that ho had; rather' misjudged his little brother, in not perceiving that his mischief and. fun was the olfervoscenco of want of employment—there was tho making of a lino follow in the monkey-like boy. 'vTommyj on being prossud. poured out his longings fox' the sea, and as Mr. Don stone had left the choice of a school entirely to Arthur's own discretion, ho determined to send him at once to a- preparatory school for tho navy 5 and Tommy's delight was such, 'that, as Janet expressed it, it was like.;having a wild oat in the room the wholo opening, and there was no peace till lie had betaken himself to bod, going upstairs outs...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

A groat revolution in tiio use of spirits lms taken place—WonrK's Scuit.vrrs has taken the place of the boat brandies. Co-Operalivi ! 'Opnti'Ql,Store and Oiiioosl !80:OO|(|;iNS.St,-]iiA8T, MMl.uoi ; !m''_ »>f,>- Brdnohoa : . J,' aittipoi-Btroot, i'mhrntv i 2. 878 Bruhswlok-strout, l-'Hziov fl ! 8. Bay-street, North Brighton, I ■4. >Dunous'Plnoo, South Midboitrl , 5. Burwood Road,'II aw thorn, ' (I. -Nloholson.s trout, Footsoruy I Objoots of the Sooioty : .Tho Objoots of this Sooioty are i ; (a.) To enable tho Public tod Itsolf with Pure Food, Clothlni nil other Porsonnl uttd Househal quiromants. j (b), To Mnnufnoturo or nsslstj Go-Operatlve Soclotlos in Ing wlint the Society soils. (<i.) To lessen tho Waste of tlon and Manufacture of Good! thoroby Incronsu tho legitimate fits of Trade i and j (<f), After paying Shareholders; oont. Dividend on their (,'apf divide tho Net':Profit rcnliscu Sooioty equitably amongst tlni tomors, and tho Employes, id portio...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER-VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

aitAPTE'A-filOf M03A;18 vv ? -j" t'~\ a ■ n « ' / |lb was early^spr I ng'^111 an old Monsiaur lilgatid 01100 moro returned to tho« longod-llov^o^Vc)^jo|l^vliab hp [qrillod Ills second Ufo. The country round iibout the little tovvu of .Gotioy was thinly -w!<gido&£ .llWoi'efwoi'o.: .liir'go :foro8t& in"whloll even now men hunt wolves, ivnd aluiraoal burners'- huts-warp,| p^to^fljor tmilcis the only signs of human habitation. •Mjotisiour.Rlgp.ud still jplungjtoj tho|belief|thf|t ;Qouoy.remained.,altogether. unchanged by tiio' waves oi olvlllsatlori( .which ,passod o,vart,tho ,vyo;rld j bub tho railway liadroaehod lb, and 'a new spark o£ lifo had rekindled In tho little ploturesquo old! town*} lrub^elvllllfiJtTcln had nob.yob dostroyod its, » f 4 If! J fUf t it »tf )|Ft I 1 ' .1 • «i D 1 - 'I ' i I *1. • • 1 I boauty, ' Tho' stro'ots woro still so narrow that tho over .hanging,gablos half llllod thorn up, and tho gablos were still supported by grotosquo oarv^n...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

On the Wing. Thb ontortnining inoldout tit the Misses Jornn's concert at1 Sydnoy, on Friday last, related in tho daily papors ia oxplainod as follows, by a Sydnoy private correspondent. Mr. It. M. Symtlie, tho popular ontorproneur of entertainments, so well-known in Melbourne, ongaged Madame Booma to sing at the Mlssos Jornn's oonoerts, Madame Christian be ing tho loading singer. Madarpo Boeraa, howovor, was so very heartily applauded at tlio previous concert, that Madame Christian considered that she would have to take second place, if Madamo Boomn was allowed to sing again. Consequently on the night when Lord and Lady Cnr rlngton wero to bo present, Madame Booma was informod that sho would not bo required to sing, and notice was quietly inserted in the programme that owing to " indisposition," Madamo Chris tian would take her place. Madame ,Boema .found out what had been dono and contradicted tho notice, by appear ing at tho concert in full dross and ex cellent yoico. As accompani...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

IflVW Watches Watch Co., , Oh" IMLTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., ..,s' the Importance) of the Vio [ trim Trade, lmvo mtido apooiul atranuemouts with |l ELIZABETH STREET, MEliBOURNE, amble him to soli tliolr Oolobratocl Jslsat prices from 15 to 25 pot acnt. Kllunftnyother house in tho colony. |X»iiiUMUc(!3 (ivory watch for ONM iUh.itIs—Warrants tho propor por W:o( the watch, and under tnkos to lls«ea»ry repairs during that tirao ■tor cost,ami in addition, issues tho ■MY'S SPECIAL OEKTIiaOATIS. Vitiki/tirwrii'dwl to any part of tho |lj(P03T PUKE, ItEOTSTEUKD.) WltlG SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS |l![<;lil Jhkc. Extra Heavy Quhoh. is? Silver, oxtra strong oaaoa, I luting nmlo|ien faco, full plato, IMManco, 7 jowel.q In sotting -£8 0 0 hPMWmco, 7 jowola - - 8 10 8 futaijciicitloii lialanim, 7 jowola - >1 0 0 ltMnteiaatlua balances, two pairs luirijawelr 4 10 0 4fbte, irolil balanoo, 7 Jowola - 4 6 '0 SfMwtiMiuu, 2 pairs oxtra Jowola 0 0 0 VapMition balance, 7 Jowols- 0 0 0 \ storoinntlon bn...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before-the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Before-the. durfain. FionouA la jtiafc fcho kind oC society dviirrui aultocV to tho atago of tho Bijou Thoatro, No auoiioroquiroa largo Hotting, and groator point is^givbn jto fcho dialogue booauao tho actors aro not obliged to raiao tholr volooato a about," SXdNORA MAtfiijliONl'B roudoringof fcho Princess Fodbfa Itomar.ofi! waa porfoe tlon. ' Hor droasoS, ohangod with |ovory not, wore mar vols of good taste and rich design, Tho death aootio waa no crude Imitation, of a hospital oaaualty, but aug goatod rather than carried out in all Ifca details, tho terrible agony, both of mind and body,'which Fedora had brought on horaclf in aook'lng vongoanoo. Bignor Majoroni would havo maclo a bettor Loria Tpanoff if ho had looked loaa like himaolf, Thoro ils no oho knows this bottor than tho Bignor himaolf, but unfortunately tho throat 'alTUotion from which ho suffered years ago provonts hia saori/lohig his board, With this drawback ovon hia suooohs waa vory groat. It is only a truo artist who...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Model Wives. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

/V'Hl. ii i'M ' j TifJfy.,nnyy Uljngnqss, fco.(jtiovj^ hIio^viv .by^arii^jrJ mon, iia'vo forinod bho toplo olbfra'quonb articles' in onr, ddiibamjHii'arlos.' Sii'dli an'u'nimtui'al 'aiiVto'o'li" aocloiy ,) trihy' li'o1'callable of axplan'iibldhY'iuntl}'! II" oiitiA" ft'h'dcir stoodi< dmi,y -possiblyI bo.»iromodiodwi;i>.iDorbttliuly,.itatiiiiy I'lcjlnmon^aro, .dotorrod from ■, mutrlmouy.ibJbi tlvorw.qa^ ;shoNvn 7 In.tho ^nirsi^b, jot' ^tjwm ■ by, (tnosb' parents •ypncl; guardians.'. / .Tha lumtud' quarry, trot unnaturally, ! amMtso ''those wbrldly-svlsb oktoiVwitli'thu girls'iliom-1 jsotVb's,11 anil1 wlllMritrugglb'1hll tli'61' mb'ro feu1' fri'dflbm', j Mon wlioiaro lac'l toftlilnk'iany jjoat'oiisy fco ui'ttajii'^lir i i 110,1,1/11 Ink') lb w,c>rbh,winning, nndfowl wlllioara toiwad i wlioro. no wooing ,l8/raqulrad',u, .'i'lpor^ino^q^nj^j^p jOthpr,. I iluind, frowned upon,by,bhnparonos, and assurad on all i , jn'MioUfi i .Sim' : ,,i.11 v'i.i o ■ -■•/ ,n« » (sides that...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Tho FAT CHILDREN, at tlio Waxworks, in Bourko-stroot, is the Now Attraction, and ]ls drawing Crowds th Day and Evening.

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Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY TEH CAVALIER SERVENTE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

i., . i - ' OV . .. 1 -Mir ' iuSfilALUH SOCIETY (11Y Xltm'tiHU.) TFT JO OAVALOMl Slfl LlVEN'm Ai/i'txaucfu there la no distinctive title Hot1 him, Uila oi'QfttiU'o la as familiar to Australian Society na to .Italian, whore ho la more commonly styled, " olclsboo.' Ho la oi that order oi nton who willingly place them selves at tlio book nncl oall oi any woman—axaopb the It' own slsbors or wlvoa. With thorn thoy bohavo as potty tyrants, 'i'hoy pro for to asaoolato with'young rharrlod ladloa, or those who liavo boon ''out" long enough to understand that tholr assiduous devotion must hot bo'takon for "serious Intentions," ending In mnttimony, Still, all Is fish that oomos to tlto oavallor sorvonto'a nob j and rather than bo without aotno woman to aaroaa, I havo known him submit to bo tlio laughlug afcoolc of a young girl In tho hoyday oi her flirting porlod, or abjootly fotoh and carry parcels for a sprightly matron, wlioso grown up daughters aro too ooouplod with tholr own sweethearts t...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 August 1886

Table Talt I saw a telegram stating that tho '' Hon." John IbiitS, cousin o£ Lady Cawing ton, la at present a [ratit at (lovernmont House, Sydney, Unless Mr,, [brag's father has vory recoutty boon created, a poor, [l till to see why ho should bo styloid "Hon." as tho jlMtLady SnflloUl (Lady CJarrlngton's mother) was [bulla Cecilia, daughter of Henry Baring Esq. Mr.; I shortly nlso pay a visit to Melbourne, IHahnti boon asked what relationship tho Hon' liMes Nelson bears to tho Hero of 'JDrafalgn, I. give lbfollnwlng for tho information' of my renders. . Tho Itauadmiral leaving no issue, all his honours (oxcept [Hnonelcy and tho Dukedom of -Bronte), bocamo ,anil in theso two ho was auoocoded by his only, lumng brother the Itov. William Nelson who nfew phlater on, wns created Earl Nelson and Wiseou'ntr I Allowed Lady Hamilton to die of starv'a ' a garret in Paris. His only son Ylsoonuf Mer-. J'ftwleccased him, and tho next holder of, tho title,, bThomas, son of Mrs. Bolton, of Wells, ...

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