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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

NEW SOUTH- WALES. We rave received our usual files of the Sydney Morning.Herald and Empire, to the 29th ultimo inclusive. STOHET MARKETS-Faioar. : The Mills-Messrs Barker and Co.-There is I little or no «heat arriving, and prices quite nomi- nal. Flour is without alteration, fine being quoted j at L21, and seconds at £18 per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran ls 9d to 2s per bushel. Mr Breillat-Small parcels of wheat are gra- dually beginning to arrive to market, and are readily purchased at 7s6dto 8s per bushel. Flour ! still remains at £21 per ton for âne, .and £*9 for I seconds. Bran is 9d to Ss per bushel. I Mr smart-1 he transactions ia wheat this week j have been limbed, and prices are nominal. Flour I has been in demand at previous rates-namely, j £21 for fine and J. 18 for seconds, per 2009 lbs. j Bran is without altération. I Gold dust and nuggets px oucce, £3 Its 6d to ! £3 13s 6d. .. I The following is the latest Commercial In I telligence - ! Since our last report we notice the arriv...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, February 10, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

ROSS'S SHARE LIST. S. ÏXCSASO-S COLOHNADE, .... . Febrnarr IO. 1853. &rirras~-£ÎS5 cash. Daring the .past «eek about ico abares have changed hands from 1281. to Í.1TKJL, the demand being lor foreign account. . co t» vaszaz. Gobi, tí IS*, héjérs Mwej-10 per cent, on freeholds. DUgo^t pereeai. on other stçarUiev ,,, ' » f F. BOSS,

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL.) Tuesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMIT CD JÜRISDICTIOH (CBtUIXAX. ) Tuesday, February ft. WVJiam Henry dark, brewer, appeared by bxs I attorney, Mr M. Smith, to a sommons, taken out ¡ against bim by Stephen Wasley, for £25 9s 7d, ¡ dee to him for wages. The defendant was sued as a manager of the Port Lincoln Mining Company. The complainant was a minor in the employ oft Be Company. The Crown Solicitor appeared fdr the complain - ant, and submitted that the imprisonment of Johnson, the Secretary of .the Company, was not a discharge to the Directors who were primarily {?able. Mr M. Smith, for the defendant, said, the Master aad Servants' Act was an alteration of the relation between master and serrant, and Wasley having adopted a remedy against Mr Johnson, the agent, he must abide by it. Mr Johnson was certainly discharged from the debt, as he had suffered incar- ceration. Wasley might proceed either agaiast the principal or the agent, and he having taken his remedy against the agent, be could no...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PftlCES. Brejui 6dpar Sib loaf -J* , ^.-J|i^^|>erlb;;.:-:^:^'-^;... .? - , Diiiir mopers. Bntter, fresh is ïd per lb Cheese ls to I s 4d per lb :£ggs'U . " Ham ls Sd to ls Sdd« Bacon isto ls ¿3 do Geese 8s to lOseaoh " . JíóvWas i» ^ per pair -r- ' - r - Pigeons 3s do ¡ Docks 7s ed io 9s-do - \V9d ditto; as per brace ' Teal 2s 6d do Quail ls do .... TuriceTs lOsto lSseaoh ,. ?? . v "**" " " 'TEGOTisasa. Potatoes 2d per lb '*" " Cabbages 3d to ?d -each Tarnips tr per dozen - - ' Carrots 4d per bunch Garlic ls to ls 6d per lb Gâtons 6d do Slialots4ddo Coeumbers Sd to'Sd-eàôr. Vegetable marrows 3d tc"63 each W atercress 2d to 3d£>er bauch Lettuce none Celery none- - Spring radishes none Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radish Ga to 2s per «pck Parsley 2d per bunch Peas 2s 6d per peck * French beans fid Broad beans none Jerasaiemartichokes 6d potab Pumpkins 3d to 5d each Taorr. - Apples ls-6dper lb Apricots ls to 2s»per dozen Colonial lemons «one Figs«d to Is doz ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

MISCELLANEOUS SHn>PH?G. fëhe Charle* Carter was advertised to leave. Sydney on the 27th oltimo, and the Perteoeranee and Tharne on the 3?th ultimo, all hound for this port. The Queen of Sheba, Dreadnought, and Mary. Clarke, from ihÍB,port arrived at Melbourne os the 2nd instant, and the Eliezer on the Srdânstant. The Lord. Moniyo/fte/¡y cleared out for this port, on the same day. Tiie Robert Clin«, fttiibo; Anna Dixon, Chatham, and Merope vere also amongst the projected de- partures to leave on th« 3rd iiistaut.

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LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER X. Melbourne, 3rd Feb., 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTE» X. Melbourne, 3rd Feb.. 1653. I have several times thought-of .writing to you respecting the erroneous notions of this place formed by those who merely pass through or visit it for a few days. It is not f-ingular thal their report should almost invariably be unfavourable, and this arises simply because they are in a strange place, probably idle, white all around are busy spending money in place of making it, without friends or acquaintances, away from their old associates, and not knowing how to enjoy themselves in any rational way. The publie of South Australia should be very chary of trusting to thc random state- ments of such persoBs because they are certain to be led into error. I see that even the experienced reporter of the Registet has not escaped the common fate, for the remarks made by him during a flying visit he made to Melbourne are full of mistakes. Andeven when he 6tates facts his inferences 6ure to be wrong. He gives a very gloomy accoun...

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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

HAT M*KKET. I The6upply this «eek has been small. The price has gradually advance!, and yesterday waa from. 121 to £26 per ton. Van Diemen'* Land bay of good quality is worth £14 to £15 per ton.

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LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

LITE STOCK MATKET. The «market has been fully supplied -with-cattle daring the «eek. Sheep-Wethers fit for "the ¡botcher hare-ranged from «Hs to 16s 6d each ; store ehwsp from 3i *d to IO*.;-bunba 10s. The sapply <ba* been more than the demand. Horses.-Large numbers-continae tobe offered, most-of which find purchasers at a slight advance on the quotations of some week« past. -Some idea -may be gathered of the extent -of business done when we state as a fact that one firm alone paid Government auction duty of 5 per cent on tales of horses amounting to X65,000-ibr the past 6 months -irom 1st July to die 3 Sst Boee m ber.

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The Morning Chrurnicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Friday, February 11, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

VThujutraelïbe^ Adelaide; Friday, February ll, COMMERCIAL ÀSPEOÎ? OFV'^jJHK Wu BM a casnal observer^ ia} looBÍng "dov^K the streets pf Adelaide, »ees iVerë îa ^;' ready market for".erny dea^ptíoi«f goods- . -that though prices ajne hi^i they are readily paid, and paid in cash-that toase and land property» wbidi received stich a fearftrl-blow during the gold panic last year, - bas risen superior "to titefihó^ and is nov in greater demand than eyer, and bears a higher value-he ia apt to tíiink that , sadden as has been fte revulsion in the commercial aspect of South Australia it mast be sound, and is likely to prove last- ing. The grand feature of cash payments and the continuing abundance of money, seem to stamps in with security and per* ' manence j but let ns look a.'íitúe .more closely into the mattel*, and discover why all this money is changing hands! A great part of it goes tb import goods from Melbourne, which- we cannot want and for which we are obliged to give from fifty to ...

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MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. The demand for labour has during the (reek been ; unusually brisk, but servants, in many instances,1 continue te ask higher vages than masters feel in- j dined to give. The folio Wing ere th« carrent rates ' af wagest- *.-» . ' . «? Harried couples, withbtrt faintly, per afinan, with tarions, X60 to £70 ; , .i* -1 Ditto, with family, £45 to £50 Shepherds, wjtb rations, per annum, £30 to, £35 j Hntkeepers, per so norn, wini rations, £80 ! General fara servants, with rations,' per ann om, £40 to 156 Shearers. 30s per iOO sheep Reapers, 55s per acr e Bullock drivers, with ratieni, per ann am, £60 io ' £70 j Ditto for the roads, 60s per week, with rations Labourers for the roads, 10s per day, without rations Carpenters, daily, 42s to 15s, per day, with rations Ditto, 16s to 20s per day, no rations Bash carpenters, with rations, per annum, £50 to £60 Stockkeepers with rations, per annnm, £40 to £50 Cooks, male, 35s to 45s- per week '. Grooms, with rations, per an...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—Jan. 28. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-Jan. 28. PBICES OF FLOTTS. At Alison's and Knight's Mills -Fine flour, £25 j per ton. Seconds, 123 ditto. Bran, 2s Gd per j bushel. At Dight's Mills.- Fine Boor, 4 24 per ton. ¡ Seconds, 123 ditto. Bran, 2s 6<î per bushel.

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GENERAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

GENERAL MAUKETS. A large number of carts bare entered our market during the week, and prices have fallen in propor- tion, bat are still very high. The following are the prices corrent Cabbages and cauliflowers 6s to 12s per doz. i Turnips 6s per doe : 'Carrots 6<1 per dszeu I Parsnips 6s per ditto ¡ asparagus !s per bundle I Spiuago ls per ditto Lettuces 6s per dozen Plums 2s 6d per lb French beans lcd per lb Pears Ss per dozen j Apples 6d per lb ' 'Gooseberries ls fid per quart Cherries 4s 6d per lb Greeo peas 8d per qaart -Jv** ; New.potatoes 4d per lb Butter 3s per lb Eggs 4s 6d per dozen Geesie and turkeys 10s each Ducks and fowls 10s per pair

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MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. 28th of January. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BANK OF AOSTBAXÁSII >*» UJSIOK Bi** or A POTHANA. Y j. . 28Íh'ófí*«ñ»ftrr. ". >, . Purchase BdlsrfOa Iiïnàùp,xt, 3b;dayV*igbt. 7 J percent discount \ , . * . ;. ^ .For every adoTitionàl SO dara. J ger cent.; dis- count. - . 'J :" On Sydney,-Bathurst, and Maitland, at fight. 1} per cent discount. ^V' Every additional 15 days. £ per ejtjht diaconat. OB AUebude, 2 per cent discount; r ; ; On Portland, at sight, I per cent aisconuV " On New Zealand, at sight, 1 per"benz discount. On Tan Diena's Land, al sigh^ cona t. "s . .>-.'",' '-Vf.--Vt " ., . .. . OnO^ong/atsjghV^peroeptpreiBraa. Issie l?rafte-^On Sandon, 30 days* sight, « peroeirL ó*iseo«Bfc. - ,. r-.~. Ditto, nader £20, patv i ' On Sydney and Maitland, aiahjht,J pst cent SWsftHUBa ''"A. '' '&f" ' ;t ^TtVijïtjfc i^i^|r jjjM>-jsaii iwiiiffiii;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

stationary, u^unm^ated j^o-^-ae^^^ru-tíej^: manufactured.,;r V~ - ? *- \ ."^ '? *y '¿-rei,ív: -I.:'?-.**??-. 7 í- ; :7.' '{'..i:3 i"'r .:? «.. -.-;S^REXtçjgrrti. ..ÇVi y¡ ,¡¿ _ Apparel and slops; cutisry and bárdV*re; jdray -P^^rh^l'^^^^ôsièVlr, milHnerf Ï m*TOfáfcla ¿rés-bf sflkiinen, ¡eútt<m,#oal, iaí hair J ;íeártfcén-f5 war» and chiba ; grindery j iron ^nufactfiréf, »pt., enumerated ¿, iniplemente'andJ^h^ -Mired ;" leather, ' inànùEaefatfèa ' unebiuTi'erated^ saddJéry and harness ; rîn ware i.ud?li£^&&'} -*äpc^ and manufactures of ditto , inanhíicljíreaOof'wwl'î unenumerated aiaicles, r^tr, :. ;.; j. ; -Î < )Y .SCRIM* TO ij-öÖTToi? fiMs'GEthr;- * l" Copper, iBanafàcture6 of. ' " Í .:«.': . ir¡ ? -*BEIÍisB-p." 9? J; v;i-;i * Animals, ÍÍviñg^ baggage of r«»çèogêrS; bookflf primed, i-nllion-and-ísoin ; -coa)»,, coke^and bother toe!; pJants-and «rees4 -seeds, and n>ot% galnden; specimens illustrative of natural hislorj.; picture« and prints ;...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

lie Actio Amenace IÄWS of tfae^asfcmsfe So^¡ Aáistt^a harjHg.Tecejved «er "MsjB'^ft^fiSj foltonngiTariff <¿^.>vfN#e.»|NiM 4r*:*.&lk:¿fy. -december. |fi§2 \-; - .-?>.;;..--i. ; ÍS h ii ABtSOLES.; fbi«; RsconuñaT&árasi'í».. .i*,-...tïï 'Bags «nd sacks, corn .¿... ... . Ore, gunny, .and retained ... Skies'far:-worá .'. f..'..... Beef and p01^ Vi... ï ¿ ...... Li Beer, p*rT*T, ale, <nd«r, «nd perry i Biaíking.liquidv ... ?** ^>ásteíli .... I "Boots and sbbes, s». --Boots, dozpnii Hftifditto .»..v...^. ^Shoee ..-.<«.« ......... Childrens'....... . r.read and bkcnit............... .Bottles, glass and-ctone .. Bricks-JFiie and 1 -a; h... ** oilier kinds. .-.. Butter . J'..."..........,. Candles -Ta.lów. .. . . " Wa»,-spenn,&c. Tan VAS ................. CH rts and drays - ......-v .... Wa ggons and timber carriages . .. Casks, empty...............? i ement .... ...'.< H3beese ........_........... Coffee. Confection...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

fTAKÍ\lÉm'1 a^^OCKTOP^ii inj *- . a^uatùtingr their. friends*n4 therpubltc/j ÎVstkanV Stopcw ¿;sd'fáning ; Botraii> OJ^onitv] their chóire»s*e>Vdf.-* - .- : . ^ldgflriä,rBrowliriñg*»0 r *' ; " 1 ^Cbampagn^TTöntigoac ' "Claret, Chäleaä Margaux Sau terne, Hock, Môsella, *&c. London bottiecLPerJer and Ais "Burton. Ale-AUsgp**, in boíüeé Bass's, No- 3, in hhás &c. &c. &c -None but genuine and good articles. * Terms-Cash on delivery Carrie street, Xov^27th,.lS52; ^COLLBGE EDUCATION. ALBERT HOUSE ACADEMY, Victoria square; under the direction of Mr; F¿ H AIRE, A.B., T.C.D., assisted by Mr J. Rysn,; late Science Scholar, 'T.CiD-, «nd ?J. Sheridan, MJ>. TEEMS-: ' Bcvtrd '^with Instruction ia Greek, Latin "-French and English Languages, Mathematics and the necessary branches ef a liberal educa- tion. - Under D years of age .. 30 guineas per annum From^ to 12 " 40 " " Above 12 « .. 50 *l Day Pupils. 8 guineas per annum. Day Boarders -.14 ** ?iT All-the ...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. January 29, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

; j.(^nsiJerabÍB;' «ctuîtyijsonthuieB--/in ©arsiriarfceiB; ^n'erltlyfr and saies to^âil^é extent ihäTe yateo: place.'"-. ;4 tm¿ Jiï..^tiiiè.-i^çt-: ';«.. H>4ai.fc*t..'s*-,!HU>: ¡ ' Spirifs eon&trae high.-^räflffj^-^arteTTffljrffn'dk ^aje reausin" l^sto 13s; otbèrTrfk^'froâHn* ¡ 12s. ^dfôSÏÏtyinks »fé^láa]PB^S^i»nelNUNMIS'' -r raog^Lt Porter is paV^ñIatqy^M^i-Í^wrA(^ .^It is T%ry^fc»e4?£tV ^'tWîcisîd W«Wlsed>< ti any qtiaiitity.^^^WD-^BS^a downward ten- ney -Teas »re uo|^B|nc^eaa^redJ^;«p-OUman^« éStçres are scarce, and "man v descriptions would «élise high pdeef.ç-Erovis;oçs of. all kinda ara *8 «eb .lower. «V-w 4* l"" î.e.'»;r.i\'»*- tí^-í':.? J ¿i «. ,v '3'[-^< i.î,.vrdf * sttia»«?*»'*; ^SEB-^Burton Ale, bbd. ?.- ^i£?$M0r8 ,° .sfîettîeJ dbtdor ..r* 14 .0,... .« 0 . Q * Tajloi'â porteri Lhd;*».. . none Ctefaerdo, bhd. : 6 >fi 0 ' trS rattled do,^Icz,. , ? -none SPÜMTS-Braudr, iiurtelj«, in bond, gallon ..... 0 leneva, cnse, 4 gallon do; t E...

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EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

rUl^TfAT. AM11»A^ATMN^A«^Í.EA^] S A NT Sx».Tdä; JOF+tíTm&W?-: Pniíér^er^ ) " What's the irater, Guard?" ' j 6twrdty\\b présetnsi ô£ th!áa>»^0!íV nothln^^rlteäiar^fr.^,^« traï£ rvsh : into an'ExcUfsibn Train f*' * - ^ ¿*$s*róo»^^l¡argoc# thèreV a ^Ä|M^S1 Guard s Yes, . ^it* %itj£i4í¿©$, jfias^ gene do wnjibje. iiue »itu, a, eîgQfl*^,,$nd çt's^ Tery iíkelydtíoV'J^seeiibí" k^:- :«( "THB^DîïYOTBfNG I&EMEST.^^P^ry a-LfnçTB harç«îôâg * bëéû^in tKfe^tertW caUingVfir^ ? the ??lí>^i^0éijÍ^ÍéM^!i bu tti^firé willi soon "he jm&^fo 3*P *r*îSK*( fey £t£*m,. ?.Oaj^.iookt'at the^ accidents; on the American ! steam-boats, CBDA; the .j daily accidente, that occur: on ^onr beautifully-'i managed rafiwayi^-^U cajised Îy-Steanfî We hope, therefore, for tho 'future, that when pentíy*a-ÍHieTS" are describing any casualty of the above sort, they will always allude io Steam as being. " The Devouring Element." Considering tlie?" beaps of pennies they must :haya" cleared,, by th...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

i Our files extend to Oin ¿tit iî»sà»l"In- : cklsive. ;-.vV.-.:,: ? ? ' . " 13tà/priée of ?*blï^?'»B?:"^-*i^^?...Ä!i?tónár;"^? £3 13s 9d feeing given by bweiAtiii^ thé 8nL instant. .. .} Ur*;r.c= . V;?' ? ^iv'H^'-' ' Tb* Jíryit* of ^ 3rd Instant thusáiotioñnces, the d»covery, at ßallarat» of a gold 6u?get weighing One Hundred'and-T wen ty Pounds ! .^Jtinofit splendid djwT^; «£ nngget of gal» rrer vet ;ïbiuîd-m the vrorid has taken plsee lo Canadian-Gully^ Ballarat: The ^nan is quite pure, anà thew*b^«b5IesV than-one hundred «¿.twénty :poup^liiTba sews arrived, yesterday tn Melbourne, but farthermrticaiars have-reaehed Of^bOg, «nd tlie ASmrtiter published?¿\-mm>0:'*WU^ yesterday. aSternoon». i^aîn^lh* foUoking statement. The-discov^^lf^tti^ apleBdid naas J^ff doubtless cheek, Äp^feoK* «Pf of those who would faur p«u^ade%s &at ail tíui goW |b» been taken ont«f^heTOÍL^ On the aíterhobn bf th'e -Srd deputation of gentlemen, consisting of nearly , the «hole of I the legal prof...

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POLICE COURT Monday, February 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

POLIGE COURT Monday, February 6th, Hugh SoierU yms charged with attempting to j «cter tb» premises <of Edvard Martin, ia Leigh-' atreet, on ifieprevioiu night \ The prosecutor sta'ed that as hé «as goiag to bsd: ? he was^ofonned that a man -bsd entered his mom j by the «¿ind .w ; prosecutor went «p ' to him 'andi turned him out. Hi* opinion was that the prisoner: iras in iiqaorat the time and bad been run after by some parties when he^enterèd his house for pro lection. I Discharged with a caution. Janes Bromleir&ui JamesEdward Tiramlcy shoe- makers, wv« charged :-with a felonious assault on Michael Ji^ily, at Saüsbnry, on the 6th instant The compiauiant stated tbst on Sunday after- noon be was-walking on. the Catholic glebe at Salis- bury, whea the abler defendant asked bim whether be bad used' opprobrious terms towards his wife. Told him he had not ; but. Bromley challenged him to fight, widen he refused to do, aa the day waa Sunday and the place too public. The ...

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