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BRIGHTON RIFLES' BAND FUND. (16th Regiment). [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

BRIU?lt'ON .r"]lll :S' BANDI FUND. AIQount(? previ -- ?3 ko 3w ledged .... .. .... . C £32 2 3

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

AL 1110 meeoting of tlim I(uifldn1~ Muoorahnlubl As;sociatiomi oil \Vedzmesday it wntS rcl)or'tcdth lat C:layton werc~o \\Vit~hdi'wig rctltheE l'de Mm rumbeonaL ai~l~lji~l Loin a Ilerlinnt to lIbmY d' Tablesll, (A Easct Caulfeld, was lus;t gL'II ogo I c!i;cic red i a ui LW Eas~t Cauulihid V., St~. (beoige's' Oshleighl v. CIloytoim, (nncamarie v. St. (leolrgel'S. 13eatleigh play MAiitonl this after noon0 at Mi('11nto, .whcn the team ?W\ill bo chosen on the ground firon the following?.:--2) , loughlety, 1), Jones, J. Edtward;, N, I'altsque,,I, SteOvens, C. Orchardi,, I ,hll erg, N. L.,inber;, FO. Nicholl,, s,. (,orrick, J. Thyune, II. Dodson, :. Ilodseon, , ldwards, Players and sull)liort?'?l aro reqllcsted to catch the train leaving eutleoigh at 2,15 p.m. on Satlurday for Men tolle,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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The War THE BRIGHTON FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

THIE IlBilllT11'ON FUND. The Mayor of lBrightoin ((Cr. S, )ut tou (I ireen) nlekno\v\l(e(rCs recei)pt of th'o follovwiL subslcriptions : -|.Amo) 1t, lprevious1ly acknow ledged £273,3/9 of which has hFLtin rcn:it ted to the Lord layor - - - - . 306 t 5

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Valedictory. SMOKE NIGHT TO CONSTABLE G. J. WARD. FAREWELL BY BRIGHTON RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

,51111Kl,. NI({iIT TI1()C()NST1'A IHI 11. J. WAlRl). , 'AIt?W,111 3,I, it1i ' I'y i (0ll (1Ull N 1 illtI. A Complhientary :smi(oke 111,h11t was 'elulere(1 to (Conltable (i. ,lJ. War(d by ta nlnlbe(r of his Ir'irlhtonl frienus lit the ()ribtn ('oill'et l ?utl(, lBay dirett, BIlrigliton, on Monda( y even3ing (o1 the o)'.',io0) of hi s te'nIsfer to Oaklei glh, Sx"~~ 'rgean(llt i ohinlio)03 occlupie'd 1 the "hlai 3', li3d( tli'er3 were thirty ('persons33 lpresent. After the to1a3st of t'hi (ing hbad 1been hoo101l'ed, ex-H80rg0eat H-obill (o '0l 13rol((411l the toa31st, o ( Conita11ble Ward·l, litd(1 at the s111e( thi3c31 p1)':11e0 1te( him wi ih 34 l1)t3:H'' of sovereignIs, it i3 takel(.i of olt'Iebl f'rom his (com(1 r,(de and w(ell-w i;h1rh. ?e said1 that ('onstablo Ward was w'orthyv of any pl)re10(uttii:in t1hat Blight, he madeil(, for he Iawvy11:( (carri(ed ou(t his (hlty fear lessly 1and 1ho1(Itly. A con(ltllle had1( n113' dilli('3ul3 tallsk t() l)(erforl'), 1lut .Constable 1Wa(1'd ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Golf. LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

1.JNA1%111; lPARK., 'I'T-dtuy thu mnllnt?l?ly ntedal will be played for it trophy pcreiAnte..d by Mr A. 11ht I ii, t In1 the 1,lnocko..tult, fotll'itrav 1o ('0.111l)(1 Lit ion 1)ilpull. nI tl Molntfot Iobeat .I)r 111w a nd C(artwrightu.. Ntext, Mutt.irthday ta igitl tirck colm ptbili nit wtil I pliity?d fi' Mir. J. "lird', Irodelh,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MOTOR DRIVER. RECKLESS HANDLING OF CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A\ '! I U'ilI IIIkl1'II i (.',SS II.\NI)l.IN( O (AR.ll NoUl I It,',,t siuin wa.u tiharg(d with heitl? ul!(II'r tihe intluhence of -at8lriitbaiin ,hool, :aid that on Thn'sday mIorniII ho wal:( cycling al' ,l!g St. kilt ia ti't4,, \\'hunll niearu'i lhl c'II'' al (Il rosvor t trl ot he no tired ta ntuorl e:' ccmill' toward; hin at ht elwrel Ill 10and .It milt's lir hour. The (Ca' i,' m ;\'ervint froml one side of the road (o the other. Timhe ( went for a :;hort dliitanc('e ,ol two whels, ouI e' thouight it wiutil topttle ov,'. lhe had to !et, out of the roind( of tlhe ca', which o?wverved (,)I to it Vea('nlt allotment, and rail.hed intoi a sio ithl r. ltolt t u titl.'d that lofemlnduli' wa.(S Iul(l'r tl. ihllu(nen' of ,l'(ink, 11I0 reportl th' matt.er the lolict ' . ('ontahhl, lhil, Said thao he a\out ((1 the svle of the ý.i,?ideh t. ])ifend (it, who \\a und(l'r the inlll'n'lt of hl'lllk, ad1iitted )'(in! tih d 'iver of thl ,ot', AO he "VaS ine'pallle of Iri'.'inng the car \\it 155 rr-...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brighton Court BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Brig ton Court T1,11(l 11WIn'llrIi of folt ?1OIl(llllolne, \\'(t tl ItliiIot\uol Il('aIo ooo Sunday, sodllo tonll0,2o 'illt tin a m rri,,eoibeutý ((Ii' te fetoce. eII N 'p0JI; e to by ((tIeNN ((I 100(1 th6e louiwiiiige ennol(i!,oiru of. ( ooi"'tuh(;iiill\ ' evo~iell" I\L'IN giý'll lIV Ilefeoelnoot (h1`oov(1 the l harl1'o. A. line of 10/),- \\ th (1/6 4 ist N, \\i(N 1001 l~oc (I.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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OPENING OF GREENS. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

B?IG liTON. The 1resioient of the Ihighton lowl ing- ('ITh (('r. W. PI, hr?nci.) and (c'1 - fititeo will entvrtait tlheir lady f'rind: at the ('lli's Ipa\'ilion, 1alte street, lBrighton, this nitrtnooii, when the clubl's senson will I; oIlicially oIpenIed. Twelve 1mlllbell1t of ]I tetil l1lcet oil Tuesday oveniing, and solected Mlesrs IToduon, (nrahimn, Box and P'aa?e to bo skips for the season, The ekiptp selected the, following rinki : Tlodson, HIoldsworth, Kermpster, Iook. G(raham, ]Burgin, Miller', Sleight. Box, Sampson, lloxburgly, Molo, Iasse, Dowler, Northe, Watkinsn,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

MO111fA ILOCU, Theo Alortdial c Bowling aotl Cro quet greens presented all aniuated sceneC last. naturdty, \hen, in the p1'resenco of a large gaIthering of lenllbers and frienld, the la\'Vms were Ollned. rl'esilent iMacartney, in ex tendiug a welcome to tlh visitors, referred t.o the succ¢ess thatl has at tended the club since its formation, and mentioned Ih tli, With .ls o many playersl to (hlaw uIlpon, ithe pIrositjcts of the club during the opresenlt fsea son were exceptionally bright, The opening eOrelltoniy was, pler fornmed by Mr, . T. IRogers, in the absence of Cl', V, T. 0, K, elly, vice presideont of the Ilowling Association The first kitty was played by Mrs. Alacartney, and the first bowl by Mrs . T, Anderson, ' Mhr, lacartnoy. also playing the hirst stroke on the croquet lawn, Mrs, AfacartHey alho hit the f11t, ball ,of the croquet lawn;, After the ceremony the visitors werItl entertained by the plesildent at afternoon tea, The proceedlings were (nllvene(l by nituslcal se...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

SANI)1dN4 11AM lit! .1. A. c~'[ho, Pr11 \Y4ideu, sM l\·i ,. Non tititi' gtlitic cit I ~olritiwic.c~ Il fc.c itiC itt fIlet! t~'jltc :il~l(t ott1( t'~e Icictuic i I\ ht(Vl tutu1 ittilt, Ictut tc( Ihtti ttitec i vc~~ s.p·l i. i Nut~lnicu cciv t ie Bit ItII J Tl1'O.N .LBEAUt.L Thiu rigliton Beach liowling and Crl'O?ult, Club.re-opened oil Slattlldai lBst, tlanld ,I thlle \weother wasll' oud a pleastnit afternoon vaI lws Cpet by those prjesent, In the unavoidiblo absenco of the prelifdenti, Mr. lntlyre, Mr. A. Wallace, in a tow words, declared tlhu green opoenet, Mrs, J. iHardy (vico-.precident) throw the ilst1 Jack and howl; Mlire 11elu (vice-president) put the firsth croquet hall through the hoop. Itinluk wore (lher formed, l nd ntelucilirs and Iriends, engaged in lday, '1'owarddt the close of thi aftlernoon .lt, Ne villo, on behalf of tmemberst', ldtleo IL prceetnttlon to Mrtn. A. Walllrco, who hasi resigned lher position tan hon, secretary, which pos? t sh hail; hold iincIo the foun...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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SECOND GRADE. October 3 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

October 3 and 10. St., Mary's v, Elst, Mothodists. Sandringhanl v. 1Turlinghnm. .L.J. v. vEllinldale. Oct ober'17 and 21. Elst. Altethodists v. Sandringluham, St. Alnry's v. IEtllinIale, ITurling'haill v. P1,1.C. October 31 and Novemlber 7. Ilurlinghan v. St. lary's, E,,lliinlalo v. .Ilst. Methodists, Sanidringihamn v, 1P.,1.0. Novembeor 14 and 21. Elst., Mathodit s v. l urlinghallni, tI.', , v. \ i tv. , S ita'y'tl llindalo v. Sundringhnal . i November ' and Decem1ber 5. .Ilst. alethoddista v. S1.. y' L,.. l?'l ry's v. lSundrinhantI , I;,llintlale v. l ltrlinghant. JDttlenry 12 and 10. llst,. lMethodis't v, St. Alr'y'n, HulrlinFhall v. ,Anhdringhali, I,]limtblo, v. P.I .(1. Janlluary 9 ald 16, S?adrin'ghunt v. 131lindalo, P.L.C. v. St. Malry's. lIurlingham v. llat, ?Metholdilsts, ,January 23 and 30, St., Mary's v', II tlinghatn. Ellindale v. 13lst. Metthodists, "l'I., \ll. v , Snudringllhnlltll. Februalry (i aut 13, St.. ?hary's v. Ellindale. P,1,.0. v. Iflurlinghai.h lElst. laetho...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Cricket. B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. October 3 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

B,D.CA, FIRST' (GRAI)E. October 3 and 10. 1Elsternwick v, Sanidlinghall., Ilighoett v. Congroegtiomnds, Union v, Cheltenhanl. Iamlpl, ton v. '.'rinity, *lliilndalo v, A,N.A, ,O:tober, 17 andi 21,. Ilighett v. E'lternwick, hanudrin ghamu v, Congregationals., ''lrinity v. Union. E1llh?ahlo v. Ilnmpton, Cheltenhaml v, A.N.A, October 31 and Novni?bor 7. Congregaltionaol, v. Il1stOrnwick, (On I,I).C),A, ground), Union v. Snnlringlham., 1I11Iaml)tOn v, Highett, A.N.A, v'. Trinity, Chcltonhufni v, EIllidoalo, Novemher i 14 and( 21. Iliaternvwick v, ,Union. Sandringham v. 1Inuapton. A.N.A. v. Ilighett. Congrogatiolfis v, Ellindalo, l'rinily v, Chelltonham, November 28 and D)ecembor 5. Hampton v. ElIsterniick, nandrioghaim v, A,NA. ITighett, v, Cheltenhanl. CongregationalH v. Union, ''rinity v. 'Ellindale. ')ecenembe 12 aMnd 19, A.N.A. v. 1l?sternwick, Cheltenhlm v. Sandringham. 1lighett, v. Trinity. ITailnpton v. Congregationals, Union v. Blllindile. Tanuary 9 and 1(1. Elsternwiick v. Chelt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Motor, Carlriage and Lorry BDuilder. NOTH!NG JET TER ONr HEEL IN & Uqq) h 0 The Prize Lorry tBuildr-Molbourno Show anc All Prinoipal Shows. LOlUil, E u a PEOIAI TY(built; ;o suit any plurpoys'), DOUBLE1 & SINGtlIE LORRIECS, IPAlttlKIR8' ,M[?lKIt' (lfAllI)EINIR'se W,)U3NS, FAR DR)IAYS, TIP.I)ItAY8. "'iONY IINKEIt?, Ti'IlRERIIQ,UATl'IER S1L.\F SUIKClES, D)OU II)LE. SAT'l'ID) IUOIIU 1ES, Or any class o0' Vohiloes kopt in LSook. Send for Catalogue and Price List. Cash or Tornms can be arranged. 559 Church Street, East Riclhmond, Melboiurne. P:rivate acddress :'203 -,IIII(ox Stl'eet , Richa a. du kuddileýar°ýy. rt.ddleraPy. t a 4lXryo a . T., A N Y a hRa H taker Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own uupervialou at Lowest Possible Prices, Repairs Neatly Executed. A Trial Solicited. Collars Chambered and Refitted. Horses Carefully Measured and Harness Accurately Fitted, A Large Ltock of every descriptior of Saddlery and Harness t...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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CHILDREN'S MINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

CIIILDREN'S MINDS. Children conmmence life, not indeed as shelot of blank paper on which we nmay write at will, but with every viariety of temper and inclination for good and for evil helquathed to themn by those who gave them birth. 'lheo education which fails to recog. nice this is radically defoltive. The ox ternal force employed to train a child are uuecnao ful only as they are adapted to dram out, to guide or to restrain the internal imn pulses. Unleoc we discover what theose ir. pules are and are likely to become, unleas we take pains to acquaint ourselven with their origin, their nature, and their probable roeults, we are not lit to take part in the guidanco of a youthful mindl. Most of the failure? of edu?atora procoed from ignoring these facts.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPARATIVE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

COMPARATIVE MATTER Ago, like beauty, is a mattor of individual opinion. To the girl in her teons, the riper maiden of twenty-livo neeomu quito aged. Twenty-two thinks thirty-five "an old thing." Thirty-iivo droads forty, but eon gratuhsat? herself that there may still ro* main somie ground to be poossossd in the fiftoen years before the half-century hi at tained. But fifty does not by any meanu give up the battle of life, It feels middle. aged and vigorous, and thinks old ago a lonig way in the future. Sixty renembore thouo who have done great things at three score; and one doubts if Paer, when ho was mar. riod at one hundred and twenty, had at all ~egun to ?sel himnollf an old man. It is the Bhiro of life within us which malnkes um fool youing so long. If we loos that, old ago soon takes possession of us, mind and body,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAPAN FOR TIN WARE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

1. Oil of tirpentihle, ei:ght ounce; tC, two ounces; camphor, 11l|O ,r?1)hiln. 2. Con|. moan cop,0l varnish. 3. Tar varnih:,. Eithli of tho two first nilty ho coloureld iiit) lamp blicl or vermnliiicn. To thli fbrit, iomnie ro. coiptL advise onl ounel of oil of laviendr to be addld,· but thi is t prelpo?teroum. irst, bo oanue of the eoxinll?e; and, scoirndly, boo?u?c no nosential oil is ulsOfuli inl valrliih. A eolebratod wino imllorltr recc?tly ha?, hie polcket-.look, containiizig Itarge inui of mnonoy, cut from hia pcelot while etorintl church, A few dayc afttrwardr; ho received the pocket book through tho pod (poesto tunpaid), acconmpl.nied with a lote, in which tho writCr btatld that after en)iAli1ng theo m(o. ney, he discovered to his uOtIs- horruor thlt he1 had been ,making utl of lmoney obtJilledi lni the infamensu wino Irarlic. 11 o thorufotro ro. turned the pockethbook, and would do the same by the money nhoult, ho bh able cGiaiºn to lay handl on it, We ere told that ' brea...

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Local Weddings. ADAMSON—LARMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A.I)AMSON*Iý.1,,1111 i'N 'lb' Iit'' ( of 111'. 111,1 1y AdoCii r.oil, eif(M\t ýoii 1) , I. Au mlolu, of Iiriluoi, (l(1c1st. (lilUrhtfi of ?,, \V. Thlie cluurh \Vtt-. ºi 'ttil}" I-t rei h,," tlii lhrictuuu; friends, Rlue C . 1t [. 1y~. n~oilcl it l)ui tlut u'l thluu ee(' lllmolV, lull tln, \V ((lcliat~r tunare~ al " played by' Mrs. :iln \tVcl , r,rfuuo jet, 'lle bridel wa(s givlen away by fhr fathe?l. Shle no Va itl 'et iful gown of (r10001 etttin, with a bj o ove r(V'e1 it l1 ?.?urt train?l, llin hled with onj),ys of ornI'II !e 1) I I,?:lI 111d Irlle lovr1'H 131o1l1. ff01 veil wai' 0111-ranged over n w ltroth of or'a11t .0 ]),losso)lll, 11(1 sh11 carried 11 ho( 'u,,elt of \\hit ,+ 1iarni ition tid s 'white c?mlellinl and gSjlr.lg?n She wgs ah tended hy four hbideo mnidohs, 1101her lwo sisters, ,Mis;: Anni1 mand i sVictoria Lmn1111, M[iss ,lil lie liritt u0, friend of the brfile, and lis Viole.'t J1)ohllnul, ni(c of the bridleroolm, nd train-Ieta'er, M1is lily. Jolh;:oll. 'lIl h))rid...

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AN UNGALLANT PROFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

AN UNGALLANT PI'OESSOIL. A savanttta out latt ? ocll Ig:l athering the otlher evening, where ho was so unfortutnato 0. to becruome seated behind ia party of vivaY cious yuuug ladies. (!onv'ersato turned upon athletio subjcuts, when one lcprt young mni04 inquired: "Professor, what is your favourito oxer oeo Y?" " Oh, I have Ino proforen? ; but just at present I ihlould prefer dumb bollea," way the rather curt reply. The follow who took offenco har not ydt roturned it. 'helo man who raw the joke, it ia r?id, usted a epy-glass. "! t it true that wll;n a wild gooso't matt dies it never takes another?" askls a young widow. ' Yes ; but don't worry about that It sets that way becauto it la a goodo."

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

COO KE;1.Y. Clo(iue:N O.tUrT,--'To the plain o)uolet add a c1upful of chopped white meat of ohiekoen, which has bcon previously cooked in a cream Fulaluce, made this way: A hpint of cream )or milk, thi kened with 11, past, ? f Ilutter naol tablespoonful of Ilot' ucno:;l d well with Calt and pepper. YoulellSle P)IIiuIlN. -- hi\'O tabllospuo linl of tlhur, pinch of Balt, and pint of newv mill, two eggs. Put Hlour and sllt into a bowl, add slowly the milk to )maho a stmootlh butter, then add the eggo, plrevioluI;ly well beate,n. Fat houhld bo put into thle lin Ild allowed to come to hoil; the batter isj then to be poured in and hbked twenty ?imintes in a hot oven, C(au be ilnishod u)ldor the joint if det:ired, Jr:ua, C)3:is,r--. -Two ,et)) of pigs' fooeet p)( into hot, sal?ted waLter, s?llicient to cove\ them ; boil slowly until the meat futlls front the bone. 'l'hen put thli foot on It dishl aind take out all theo huones; cut the melat iuto rali11l piecels and return to the kettle in ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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A STORY OF THE BASTILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A STORY OF THE BASTILLE, When the Bantillo was tal?n only seven wero found there, as Louis XVI, upon his accession had seot mny at liberty. Among;t those then released was an old man, wvlh had groaned in conineoment for forty-sever, years. His locks, white, thin, and ctattered, had acquired the rigidity of iron; whilut hir frame, shut up so lung as in a stone coffin, had grown stiff and paralysed. One day the nunrrow door of his cell was thrown wide upon.' A voice announced his liberty, and bado hiui dopart. Ielieving it to be a dream, ho hesitated; but at length he rose up and walked forth with trembling, tottering steps. The stairs of the prison, the courtyards, and the bridges seeumed of endlces lengthb. 1[o stopped from time to time, and gazed around him like a hewildored traveller. ii,,s whole Iervous system wa\1s so prostrate that his tiumbs almost refuAsd their ollices. When he entered the carriage provided for him, he felt the motion of the wheels so painful, that he screame...

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