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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

TOWN TALK. Wood's Point his been, gazetted a place at which Petty Se aiotss are to be holden. ' The contract for surveying the telegraph line between Melbourne and Sale has been taken by Mr. Thon:as Thomson at forty.ire shillings per lineal mile. Tenders will be received until noon on the 2nd of October for supplying the Government dlepartments in the Sloe district with firewood in billets two feet long at per ton of 40 cubic feet, and with fresh water at per load of 165 gallons. Printed forms of tender and condi. tius may be obtained from J. L 3. Carey, E-q., chairman of the board. Tenders are nowe invited for the conveyance of Post.-oice mails from let January, 1864, to Dccemter 31st, 156t :--To and from Mel. bourne and Berwick, by way of Oakleigh and Dandeuong, sin times a week; and to and from Berwick and Sale, by way of Pakeuham, MIoe, Trer.dgon, and IRosedade, three timeea week ; and to and finrot the 3,e and Ilnell's Creek once a week. Tenders will be receried until noon of W...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES.     Sir,—I write to you because I believe you will insert any letter which bears the impress of truth, and i know there is little use in sending it to Old Bamfoozle at the Port—not that I believe that   the editor would not insert it, for he will insert anything from the finding of basalt in Merri- man's Creek to the dscovery of an eighteen- pound potato on Sale plains, but between the editor and the public there stands one of Profes- sor Huxley's monkies in a state of transmutation, who, not having sufficiently changed from his mischievous nature, would doubtlessly cut and carve my communication until it would come be- fore the world as pointless and vapid as himself. But, Mr. Editor, it is little matter through what medium evils come—they have come, and that is enough for me and my brother carriers ; and   more than all, it is attempted to be proved that they have come from one of our own fra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

n a TO M ELBOURNE. a e scrov Steamship. IEERA. ~ ill leave Port Albert every willbe carried to or from Port ma Albert at 30e, each. hi Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces,,,ld. . Id, forshipment, must be entered eaustaoms before 10 o'clock a.m. day of sailing. elurn Tickets.......... £d Available for 14 days. freight or passage apply to NBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., fY.street, Port Albert. 1 goodsJ at consignees' risk when All goods discharged, if not Sseefrom the wharf before 4 o'clock JP iil be stored at consignees' risk expense. FRENCH'S . IVI - HORSE COACH. FARES : Albert to Sale . £110 0 tAlbert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 to Bald Hill .. 15 0 EAVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, n. every \VEDnesDAY morning,, at 6 .,and returas immediately on arrival be steamer G. FRENCH, Proprietor. '.B.-All Parcels "by steamboat" nded for the " Express Coach" must addressed care of Messrs. Johnson Ilood, Port Albert. CONVEYANCE will leave the CLUB IIOTEL the BALD HIILL, on every EON ' morning at Te...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

polise'`large share of the popular interest in North Gippsland, we have had already meetings at Rose dale;, Glenmnore, and Sale, but as yet no definite boundary is fixed for any. Rosedale initiated the mo' emeunt by first calling a meeting to proclaim boundaries which not only included the main road to Sale, but also in eluded the main road from Sale to the Western diggings, but when brought to the scratch, they repudi ated their initiatory proposal, and were content to hide themselves in the doubtful maize of some fabulous degree of longitude. The Middle District also were anxious to cir cumscribe their boundary, at least we judge so from the advertisement which appeared ill the P'i,,rs of last week, but at the meeting on Wednes day, their better sense had overcome their intuitive regard to self, and extension of boundary appeared to be the all absorbing feeling. When we hind that a district possessiun 70,000 acres of sold land out of 1;30,000 acres, willingly extend their district...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

ROYAL EXCUhAI;OE HORSE B ZA A., Livery and Bait Stables. T SEWELL begs to inform the inha ) , bitants of Sale, and the district of Gippaland generally, that he has taken p lease of the above stables, and trusts, by conducting them on an improved principle, coambined with civility, atten tion, and cheapness, to merit a share of public patronage. N.B.-J. S. will have constantly on hand Horses and Vehicles for sale or hire, at lowest rates; also, Horses broken to single or: double psarness. SATURDAY; 26Tr SEPTEMBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL isinstructed to aell,with *J eoat reserve, at the Exchange Sale Yards, on the above date, 15 First-class saddle and harness Horses 10 Do do Colts, unbroken 1 Superior Spring Cart, nearly new. Sale at 12 o'clock' noon. WEDNESDAY, 30Ta SEPT. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL is instructed by Mr. .O ,s Ro??er StnaosN to sell, at the Exchange Yards, on the above dste, 10 First-class Hacks 5 Good Colts, &c., &c. Remember, no reserve, and sale at...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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[?] MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

SALE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The first meeting of the Municipal Council held at half.past seven on Monday evening in a house in Foster-street, kindly lent to Council by Mr. J. J. English, until a suitable place of meeting could be found. The ??a of the members were present. Upon the motion of Councillor WATSON, seconded by Councillor PLATT, Councillor GUTHRIDGE was elected Chairman for the current year. The CHAIRMAN thanked the Council for the function conferred upon him, and said that   he would not exhibit that mock modesty fre- quently shown on such occasions, by saying that "others were better qualified for the role," and so forth ; because if his experience and opportunities of seeing the workings of pubic bodies had not better fitted him for the role of first chairman, then it was to his shame and reproach ; but while he thought he could discharge the duties of the chair better   than others for the first year, he had no doubt the chairmen for future years...

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THE NEW MUNICIPALITIES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

THE NEW MUNICIPALITIES ACT. Since our h?st publieati.on, woe hvot recoived a copy of the oamernded Mulnuiciplity Act, which will coet into opert+tio on the let proziuq. it is presumed that every member of the muni-   oipl bioard is to- mak' liiinseel ithorolhly D ;cqnquinted?vith nIll the p"ovisions of -ii?t nt b befroe the, third Wedoesday in Octobedi it, e a eno find 'thiio thti daytel . t' i to .. s lipt in fortce bj the laien Couincilloro,' who are reqlired; at 'apeeial imeetiog ied tfot l at purpose, to pledg the e themeles o ldeh other that they vill adoocifster the ici aod execWe d its poers fatthfilly.' The' not itself ie the most volhininus of ill tho nott of th Vioiotl Iioa .egoIlaturo. It contains no -less thaitn 3 otoginol claisee, besidea 113 clauses from the 1 iEnglish Land Consolidation Act',;dl i uuedry. colonial note, all otf shich aots t ill hse toi be reod carefouly nbefore athorouglh acquutinbio c with the amended lMu iniipolitias Actl ct ibe obtaine...

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THE "IRISHMAN" AT THE MAYOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

TH'E " IRTSIIA," AT THE MIAYOR'S BALL. From the Correspondent of Hamilton Spectalor. " I h ite left my botrotter to the last. Hiis real name is ?,lanseith. his character -Ilandy Andy, ini la right good char icier he made for Mr Andy. It is ae knowlelged that, iin anrst every affair of life where m.niy people are cotcernled, uli where mt!ch incident arises-',ut of thie action of tho-e people, that there always is-always must he--uile person, or one itncidlent, noticeable above all others. Great events give opportunities for great characters to assert themselves. Now the great event in this instance was the Mayor's ball. and the great char.' tsr wiho rose ouit of the evenit was Mr Handy Andy Manseith, Ane lihe was in all respects equal to the occasion. Perhalps never amongit si many peiople did oune perein engross no much attention. He was literally the ob servel of all oib-ervers Dressed as a imodel emigrant from the green isle ticed boots, short breeches (tied very carelesaly, if ti...

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THE SCOTCH CLERGY CHARGING THE QUEEN WITH HERESY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

THE SCOTOTICLtERGY OHARG Ir ING HIED lf QUEEN \WIfTEl In HERESY ,:b - bt An extraoediury :peech :h?o been de Hivered at the meeting of the Ooonal,;As; u eemlly.of te: Freo' Church,bi . D iir.: iehuit hi a On reconiviog the report'on Popery, which expressed some lamentm att its .illcure:i in i Scotland, chiefly from the lnflux of Irishh'al denounced the cmllse crf leglilutio relative, to 1 \Myneoth, the Prison Mlinistere Bil8,&o. D Cendlish took notice of what ie called. theo PoTpish inscription on the !~,ci n"' creet.ed neiLr hnlin,,J i i to t?? ,einemo'y?of the- Late Prince Consort. The itoiptltih l ,wat s taken from the Wisdtom of Slimniit, chap. ivv.: verses 13, 14 :-" He being made perfect ill a short time, fulfilled ia long time. :For his seoul pleased the Lord ;' tlerefore hipteued' He to take him aiway from among the wickedu . Dr. Caidlish saMl lie did 'ntot att?.ciobnei tlhtdalw ifetpilscitionf ,blame to her Majesty t oritny if the Riye l ffmily. t""There eiii be nio...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. PER FAVOUR OF THE "GIPPSLAND TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

C) It RLt?PO ND EN CE. We do not htodd ,urselvers resposible for the Opinions of our eorrtpondeots. I'fE FAVOY10 OF TIIO " O1irsLA.' T'1.vE3." To the Chairman and Gentlemen composing the Meeting to be iheld at the Turf Ilotel on Mon day, the tth day of October next. The inhntitants of the district )aving as yet fixed no boundary line for their intended Road Districts, I trust they will duly consider what they have been called together to day to discuss, and not permit a large portion of the largest lanud holders north of Melrimau's Creek to quietlyslipl out of paying their share towards making and repairing our main roads. It is the duty of every namn poosse.iug properly to pay his duo share of the expenCse of constructing a main road to or through his property. But when I find that three or four of our tar,;e.~t l:anld.-ownera hiave held meetiuga for thla plrpoisa of making nice little reavl bo.ird- of their own, anti leaving out the qoain line of roads, taict I tlhink it is tlim f...

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SALE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

SALE MUNICIPALITY: On ifondy evening thie Cuncil net, puronant to advertisement, for the purpose of electing a competent peroon to fill the situ ition of Town Clerk. All the mnembcrt, with thi exception of Councillor D.tey, were pre3snt. The Chairmnn openad applications for the situntion from five applie:tn;i. 11: daid, as there wsea no other ba3inf3l before the mineting he would ask tho ptblic to with ltlr, an hei d1 not think it woul:l be fur to the ean li.lC?t to discuro their sapermte merits orlemner t publicly. The election wao then candatetd with closed doors, when thel rnea of three of thlc.to.lid:teos were chosen no fit portie to hold the situation, and circulars were slhlressed to them pointing out the duties required and theantount of salary proposed. The meeting then adjourned until Wednesday evening, awaiting the replies of the candidates, when the fital choice was to be made.

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. 23rd September, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

) DONNELLY'S CREEK., , (FR A COnI?EstOnDOeNT.) 23rd September, 1863. We have, at last, an escort, but we want more dolice, now that the Celestials are coming this way. On Sunday last there was a meeting of the miners, when it was agreed that they should be driven off the Creek, next Sunday being the day appointed to put it in .force. I hope the autha. rities will look to this matter, as the Chinamen t have come from Omeo, Crooked liver, and other places in Gilpsland ; and I believe that if every European lad as good a character as some of these Chinamen can produce from the store keepers on those diggings, we should see less rowdyism and more successtul enterpriso. lThe miners here, it seems, are like the dog in the manger. I can assure you that in an extent of creek commencing at the junction, and thence to tie head of tihe creek, a distance of nearly ten miles, there are only eight or nine parties at work ; and should this precious mob drive or attempt to drive out the Chinese, we...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

WEDNESDAY. The Board met this evening at the usual hour. n Present- The Chairman, Messrs. Watson, Bcn nison, 3?'Cole, Patten, and Platt. The CUInrstan read the tenders for rooms, as c follows i- J. J. English, cottage in Foster-street, at Its. per week- or with certain improvementa named, 12s. per week ; J. Jamns, brick house with four rooms, in Desailly-street, at 15s. per week ; F. Webb, two rooms at southern side of house in Desailly-street, at £25 for six months. The Chairman said there was'also an offer. from Mr. L, Jenvon of a large and small room, but the large room was sometmeis uased for other par poses, and asked if they thought it worth while taking the proposal into consideration. Councillor WATsoen remarked that the room was sometimes used as 0n Assembly room, and that he did not think it suitable for holding their meetings. Councillor St'Cotr said it was too much out of the way for Town Clerk's offices. CJuncillor Part?r moved t!hat esir3t. M'Cale, Watson, and Platt be...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

rO TEI EDITOR OP THIE GII'I'SLAND TIMER. Srt,-I cannot expect Town Councillors to be about evcry whcre or at all times, and it is consequently no harm to give them a. little hint of things oeing on in our new-made borough which want putting a stop to. On Saturdays you generally find a continued system of horsc brcakin~ and i atock-ridint; curried no:in the tile streets to the imminent danger, of all her The5 Majesty's subjects, but more particularly to the wel junior portion of them. L~t Saturday appeared was a day of continued sport in this way. Two uck- 30tl jumpers'were successful in quitting companion- road dhip with their riders, and more than one race her occurred in driving mobs of ihorses to sale-yards mac livery-stables. There was one, however, while a lesn number of children were at play in the street, hav whiich would have encouraged my risibility, if it the were not for the hairbreadth escapes of techliil- sai dren. Two horses, who seemed sadly inclined to ais have a gal...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

JO1a IElRCIAL. M1ELBOURNE L hARKETS. Dem!ohy uCanpbell and Co s 1teport. Fat Cattle.t On lotouda ati ut 6,50 u are penisdl, besidelabunut 5,tss teing podockeld outside, thei'btchers conseqoleutly looking for sheavy qsplyi weore shy= itlidding, fnu I prices re. ceed.' On Tuesday. however, it beig' ksown thit no, fresh lots were to arrive for 3elsises. py'sy asale, prices r.dJiet again, the alo.ing rates being fully 20s per head highdr than the opening. " We quote prime bullocks from £7 to £9,; mediumn do. from 5 to £6 10-; i£ - ferior. from £3; prime cows, from £6 10s to £7 10s'; 'oielillm from £4 10 to £6; inf riotr, from' £ 10s. We sold, on ilondiy, 823 head fr Williath Rohertion. Esq., of Colic. the best lot of the .week, averaging £7 ?s 6,4 for bullocks, and £6 9O for cows. Fat Calves - Onlyr48 in; good ones are in request, a fiw of which description brought 50s: We sold 86 forGeo.' OCghill, E-q.. at from 21i to 400. Store Catt!e.-The delmand is limited.lbut good lots Over three-...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

SISIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POItT ALBERT. AnnltRo -September 24. Keera, .s., 114 tas, S. S. Patrick from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Ill, deu & Co., agents. 13rPoarO.-September 24. KFera from .Melb.oune, 12 qer ctsk and 1 etse Wbhikev, 2 qr cass rom, 2 blob, 2 qr casks, 1 Leg and 4 .,ses himdy, 172 b1,,gL sulaIr, 25 pkgs tea, 25 cse' gin, 45 plkg beer, 21 b]gs rice, 5 bags mahlt, 2 plkgs dried fruils, 2 pkg h11p1, 3 coases coldi.ds , 3 qer ?ks, and 0 ca0ses wine, 2 pkgs coffee, 7 pkgs tobacco, and sundry free goods. cx roTs--Se ptemlbee 21. Glencoe. for ldart Tuwn, 90 behd cattle 20 h11,1s, 1 cask t.lls., Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town, 84 head cattle, 37 tierces beef. Septrmber 25. Hiargraves, for Hllbart Town : 74 head rattle. KBera, for lMelbourne. 3 ounces gold. Sep:ember 26. Eclipse, for Dunedin, 6 I horses. September 29. Bengal, for Dunedin, 210 he.ed cattle. cl.E.A.nlnto r-cSelptember 24. Gleneoe folr llolart I',w. Hlen0 S. Page for Ib ertrt Town. Septrtoler 25. Hlargravno, f,,...

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RAILWAYS IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

RAILWAYS LN-'NEW ZEALAN?-D. The S-?utlacn3 \-e- of "the 1oh oe A .?: has the ftlh r"ng: " O=e of the tns of pro.eso which s yvin, co rmtry ? n preent, is : -:e pr o F.:t:le it.-o e:i,,n of the " iron-h orse. A'.-h.lh we ware rocs in pusrsslan of a ine of raia, we are i te temidst o pre:.rat:..n? to care th;t end. Tihei er :i, n of :he rad:-say piers at BIuas Harbo r a.d the .jI. -u alm i lhas alreadyl !".-' con:r c:e- .1 ,r an-i a lar'ne am nint ." t:he riilvs pl,:ant fr the Bluf liar :,ur a:.d I.aercar.-il! Railtwav must nw , .n i:s ray out hb-e from Home. The am;ni= summer mi:-t neessa:ily be a Iuv o, hne ano a larce amou:nt of lal..,r wili be required. We have to n,.tic. the imup-rtatina intno this province of a c,:nplete rail.-ay plant, in a Irinciple rtrente.? by Mr. J. R Davies, C.E. of Vic:.,ria, anrl .ahunitted to the S-,uth land G vernment f,,r its anlipti ,n. Th.. trial of the engine and the principle of the railway took place on the jetty. The rails had been very hastily ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. ·"Which nreethe hyieis, end which ar-o? &th monkeys '!" inquired a phild of tho : ahdwlnin. " Whichever yeutplenP se, myy little. dearw-you pays your msnnneyiand takes your choio.'. , John J enlecnn, .treho. burnhuger, who h:ls been siefitenced to fifteen 'ears ont the reads is heir to LS?.000 hy'the recent dolthi of his father. The 'iineiy iltpass tithe Crown.' A strong iltritest aoginst tronsporiation to Westernt Atstrolia warwatgspted at-na sleclil mneeting.of he CO.lbinetei ah-ltri·iIwrsero leb lthe Nrolrthanm's inail, fo.pprea~ntatilon to the Duke of Necvastle.--Argoi , 28th September. Lime Jimn Jlonee says, when he was in Ssutth Clroliln, one summer, it turned very cold, and a snow fell nin the 0th of August, at least Cix inches deep,t nld whntsothe eun came ,itt, it wae s!!o.hot that tho.sanw steaer gota chiltet to melt, ? cooked a broene rust on ilf .ove .--At ih~ree yetreip:f age we Ive ,ur mothtra; hrisX, moir ftlhers; nt ten,holidays ; at 'iteen. :d...

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OPINION OF THE ATTORNEYGENERAL ON THE NEW MUNICIPAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

OPINION OF THE ATTORNI1 GENERAL ON THE NEW 3MUICIPATL ACT. "'I i.e n o. :i-ivn :h?: the ' ".~i C ..-.,- --_sti.s Act, 1?'3,' will c me i:t . ,-~iit r.1n if O c:,?r . -:?: on 2 -t: co'r,.r. e tFhe C ,?c-i" a.r to m : aoi p:-ce-e-d i", p=1 . e Ac: it : ex :: r:. ,. I think «i :. er, t..t ,: e e.. . C .^ ." anot.r i ef to be t-`l in the 5:h ;.e imo, r_.n.: b e c :;id- ri t, e a wa:ter -a .' d-ne '.e=,re the c:m e:..:-?: ,: toe Act in _r-:- _- _ ,,f the r-e'. - r·v:i-iotr. Th:: if it 1" he:1, it .il: have no les1 e:-. The o-e-in a= to wT: wiill be t-e c.::s:it; n of t6:e Fitz-rv cu?n:.i saftr the I;: ,f O:ob-r is on-e of ca:-=iderT!e d: ub;: - I am dis p-se.t" t he rp::iio, that the coun:cil a i t i Us r.T o-,n-tir:e-t a-ill c-.nti nue t, - : t-e council a':r the 1st p-c.ximo, as l that the three c -:r.cillr-s who were to re:re in ratati-'' will, uncerthe r:ew; Act remnain in , -:e :::itl Aun.t, 15'4 With resppct t" :he ctairman of the -n:ci there is n-:. I hti:, sd o mo ch !,':!tI : hi...

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EXTRAORDINARY STATEMENT ABOUT [?] PILGEIM'S PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

FSTa oaznisa!T STErr -T de' T r lnrsrac's PnGnrt's Pcocen=a-- T: Lr.doan c-rre-:-,.-l-t of t:E D_ D-li" Freemaa's Jour-al rays :--An iat- ret ing literary d.ii.ve-ry hes j-t b'en rytht vlizit. Ih t s? ,: sa.!e time al that J.lhn Eno.;anana, w rote the " Pilrim'e Pro-re-a- " wa an im p-.r. and thatr the wh', .e to-rr wez made up from en an.ier.t -sa ure. Several er-a.ite memi.er; of the r-:'r meel chur -rc - rte letters, to the Ew papers deonrrtcin the libel, e and c'ai: in; f.r the h?t?ect John Bunvan the whole credit of hadind cnne·ive-i -., written the famous " Pr?-rete." W'. Ostherine Isalella Cit hia. h-war-r. taken utp the gaantlt thrown '!own by Dr. Cummia; and other admirers of .Mr. Banyrnr and has shotwn, bevynd a]. rsfslilitv of doubt, and , n th- mt rrefrtaible evidence, that Johin 13--Yan . theiitarof Prntettntisa.,·" was a re aifte, and a shabby oaprinip:, a dl .f into the bareait. She hay pnh!i-he. i transaition from the Fretnch mn=:r- Ip: ripy itn the British 311a. -m ...

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