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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

TBHEATRE ROIYALz, GEELONG. Mr )Deering, Sole Lessee. Open E ery Evening. ASTOUNDING SUCCESS OF TILE LOUJSISAS4 IHARlIMO UISTS ! THILS EVENING, 29rOt APRIL, The performances w II commence with the very laurgh?ble Farce of S031EBODY ELSE, Ernest...... IMr James Flitterman........ Mr SheMrcroft MortZ........Mr Hydes Louise............... Mrs Stubbs Minnie........ Mrs Ilydes Dance .........Mrs. Stubbs. To be followed by the Inimitable Con cert of the LOUISIANA ITARJIONISTS. Characterislic Song, I'm Ninety Five......Mrs Ifydes 'he whole to conclude with the very laughable Farce of fores Chanaes; or, a Day in Paris FOR THE BENEFIT on S 3RS. DAVIS. 11iRS. DAVIS, in announcing ler fret BENEFIT to her fi'iends and patrons, beas to intimate that the Pikcesselcted on t is occasion and thl Estertailnments geznerallut, will be of suc/I descrip ion. as cannot fail to aire perfect steti faction to all who honor her with their patronage and luljpport. ON FRIDAY, 30th APRIL, The Performances will co...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AU',: 104 TiinURDY, APRIL 29. By J.G. Carr, at 11, Chronormers, Sig. nals, Charts, &c., at 1, Town L:t. By Carver and Dalton, at hdf i a-t II, Sheepskins; at 12, Tea, &c. By J. B. IItton & Co., at 11, Stl5u aad Fixtures. FRIn.D, APtIL 30. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Steers. SATURDAY, MAY I By J. G. Carr, at 1, Land at Kilda.e. fMONDAY, MAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at 1, valuable IHouse Pro perty. TUESDAY, MAY 4. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Land in Yirra street. MON'DAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern. TuESDAY, MAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crich on Estate.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

ELIGC r L1 All.3IS. N\. 1. r',ENrY ACR ES teeutiful Land, i price £CO'. N . 2. Twenty do do do opposite, price £1cO. Twenty-four ucras a little further removed from the main road. but having a frontage to a road of 66 feet wide, price £96. No. 4. Twentv-four acres adjoining the above price £96. Terms-? 25 p'r cent deposit, and bills at 3 and 6 months for the remainder, with Bank Interest. The~e Lands are select spots and ad mirably adapted for country residenees for men of hnsiness, being only six miles from Town, and situated on that heanti fnl declivity between the properties of Messrs. Arden. Dlnsfoid, and Har rison, and the Lake Connawara. Apply in Town to RoneRr R.E.vrs, Mr. ITitchins, who teseides - t Duns ford's cottage. beig on the spot will shew the Land, N B.-Noabatement will be mace from the above terms. FOR ·SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. The Proprietor, Dr. Clerke, Ciltrcell preqaring to leare thle Colony. Lor 1. '- HE estate of Windermere, near Point Henry. it hasone and a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

S)UTII AL?STR1AL1UA O?i: advices from this coln ar to t instant. t * ate the 2 Oni the previous dai there wer, . Assay no less than 3521 oz<. rl d 1 fed rol, Whic,. T;alned at £3 is i r . wl "tf to £12,501 1Is .1; a.!, .a i; ." e, ar.l'n,,. vions leposits, viz 210,17. 7, 41 A, re sent total of £222G7,S ISs 7. I ri. A pul lii dimner had hi,.'>n -ira to Mr rain:itart, o:n his departure fle,.! th.e co~' i The R-egistcr (21st Anril( recor.is the fo0e! oin outrae :-" As Dr. Iever ,as retu horne from a professiona.l attn,>,dar al C o'clock laqt cvoninll, he Wis sface:l lz r,: ralliaiis at the bottomn of Pirie.-r-.nte, ri rr terrace. Oneol the asaillants w. s crite.a s.-ui,? :and the elder of the two, Ihalvn.- lipped in water I;o!e duringi thle scuffl, t:e Dptor amcai.s of his areat per?oniIl strn'n h ws eO', !l to get rid of his assailants, 1,livin ? firt' 1' one of them, however, by servral bl. rs f" stick across his fr.c,, bli wvhich. i iis ho,{ ,t police may be enabled...

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POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, 28th April. Before his Worship the Mayor, and Captain Fyans. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

POLICE OEFICE. WTedne~!av, 28:h April. Before his Worship the Mayer, and Captain Fyans. OBECErE I.ASGUAGE. D?ni.l 0'Brien, was placed before the bench, charled with making use of highly obscene language in the public streets, on Tuesday last. C.?stahle Norris, deposed to overhearing the matn whilt Uargainingaboutsome cettle in Yarra stree, and warned him of the eonlseque:ce; upon which he cemmwoeed his foul vocabnlary upon the contable. lie was Sned twenty shillings with a caution. James Smith and James Kilfoil, were each fined five shillings for drunkenness, the preceed ing day. YALICIOUS I JUar. William Bean, stoodeharged with wilfully die troving certain property belonging to IMr. Huris the loling huso keeper. MIr. Ha.rris, stated--hat the man was a weekly lodger at his place, and Sunday afternoon beinm4 ensiderably the worse for drink, he conduete, himself very improperly in the house, and was forel to be ejected ; about ten o'clock the same night he returned to his house, and w...

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SUPPLY OF WATER TO GEELONG To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

SUPPLY OF WATER TO GEE LONG To the Editor of the Ge.iong Advertiser and Inldligencrr. Sir,-It has been lately stated by a writer of eminence, that the first step to sanitory, and other important reforma tions will be gained by supplying the people with a sufficiency of good water. In consequence of its close connection with so many of the necessities and con veniences of life, water must ever be a subject ofuniversal interest. It is indis pensable in the manifold requirements of every day life-as necessary to the roam ing tribes of the bush, as to the settled inhabitants of our now pcpulous towns. Among the various appliances of human ingenuity, the supply of water to a com munity holds a leading position. Civili zation, in its onward progress, becomes more ..d. more interested in the subject, as a consequence of extended enquiries and additional practical experience. Unfortunately it sometimee happens, that on matters which vitally alfet the well being of all the greatest apathy ex...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 27. (Before both the Judges.) CRIMINAL SITTINGS. REGINA V. HEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

SUPREM3E COURT. Tersuar, Arn.Lr 27. (I,.r. - tl?h the Judes.) CRItIIl NAL SITTINGS. T!G.Xx V. nEaTIItr. In this case the lrisner il.d Ieen ronvicted eofriterin' a tfrd ch!q.ie oen Mr Hlailes, with intent. todiranui Wilti ? 'anith, at Kvneton. Mr Thonnmon enow moved an arrest of judg mes'. on the gron::! of the indictment v.arvin, fromnt the finrm lait down lb the aet, but the C eirt decided that it w-as n?t a material variation. 3Ir Thompsonn then went on to argne that there was no evienco of any guilty knovledlg on the part of the prisoner, andl that the verdict was against. evidence. The Chief Justice-In an arrest of judgment yea eMnnot move on any misdirection or want of evidenee. That eunld only have been reserved antler the net, and it was niw too !lato. If there were any circumstances tending to throw doubt on the lrisoner's guilt, a memorial could be for warded to the Erective, and they would give it every consideration. The prisoner was then sentned to two vears' imprisonmen...

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AMERICA.—ATLANTIC STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

AMERICA.-ATLANTIC S'TATF. We have received Newv York news tu ILe 10:h cf .anuary. The C~l~re-ational banquet to KoE::th n, off on the 7th of that month, and waHt:.ir,. by about 300 persons. The chair Was ec , by the IHon. W. King, President of ti:e qe t. The first taast, 'The President of the Uii, l States,' was responded to by Mr. Weteirr, i; the following speech: "I an here to night, Mr. Presilent, ;th or headsofdepartnents who belong to the Ex.r:iri Adtiin?str.tior of the Government,- ...:: o a. the confidential counsellors of the Pr-it. I rise in their behalf, as well as mv ow,. to te,:r to the compan our thankl fo r tlhe mineri which the sentiment has Ixen reeiv.,l Ilv tha meeting here assembled, and to assure o:. Sir, and all present, that in killnei .and iu 'l iol:A' towards the guest of the ocea!i,, :,and i;l :,!tah. moar to the greit principle of polat:.l lit-1 i (applause), and national independence ( ,I l.u.en there is no man who participates i: a Ii-her degree than the P...

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GAOL DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

GAOL DELIVERY. Their Ronors scent ihrounh the calendar, and discharn~ed William Jones, Charles I)Davis, E. Col linwgnood, John Howard, and John Johnson, who had been in enstodv for three sessions. MrJ?nsice Barn said-Although there was no douht that these men were entitled to their dischare, the public should not suffer from the contemstuons non-appearance of persons who enterit into recegnizances to come up and give evidenee. The Chief Jus:ice said-The facilitv of nutting dld seened t? prevent persons from doing the dunt they owed to the pullie. Peter CIsrke, Francis Tennent, Thomas Grilfithn, and John Horton, were remanded till next session. The Court then adsjourne? sine die.

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

51VInnj ýntellitserzrz. 31FLTIOIiRNE. ARRII.D. A::il 27.-T?rd Montgomerr, bri,. from A .:addo. P-.seng.rs- .r.srs W\'ribt,Stn:ekev, C('.XA, Mr nid Mrs 'tirold, an=d twent vothers. Cam'elia, ship, from Geelong, with part of orig.,al tr.o from London. T.oro,, sconner, from Circular leIad. Pas ,sen'ers-Four. .. rine Plant, from XNenvstle. No Passen gero. Tom Tonah, cbhnoner,-from Adelaide. P0 sengers, alhin-Messri Waller, 31eeke, Sinto, and twentvy-hree ethers. Flyinu Squirrel, schooner, from Hobart Ton, PAssengrs---Mr Ilarriss, Mr Gracie, Mr Beamont. Mr and Mrs Hornbr, Miss Wilson, Mr Marshall Mr Sinckir, Mr Petrie, and forty others. CLEARED OuT. April 27.-Limra, turque, for London. P.swen ga---Mr Goilbe". Jane, schooner, for Circular Head. In ballast. Pali?r.er-M- r Rolston. M3lar"ret, sehanner. fhr Sydney. Pas<engers -3lr Brnee, Mr Lister, and Mrs Robinson. SAILED. Usartin Lu.nther, for Adelaidle. Panch, for Adelaide. Ele andnl M3ary, for Crculrr HaI?1. tpswi:>g, for ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

STE!'. TO MIEUmTTR NE, DAILY, .[''DAYS EXCEPTED. HT E NEW STEAMIER VICTORIA, Jou?N vI'L.tx, Commander, TWill leave the Queen's Wharf, Geelong, for Meilbourne, every afternoon, at One o'clock. ANSD, Raleigh's Wharf, 'ielbonrne, for Gee 1lna, every morning at Eight o'clock. ,IE APII R. ASI A, steamer, Wm T Hunter, commander, having com pleted her repairs, will leave Geelong, for .Melbourre, every Mlonday, Wednes ray, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J B. Hu'rrox & Co. Geelong Agents. April 10, 1852. _ STEAM TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. ALTERATION OF TIME. ON and after Tuesday, the 27th ina stant, the VESTA, Steamer, will leave the Wharf, Geelong, at nine o'clock, on the morning of Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays, and from ie :onurne, at nine o'clock i the rornin-s of k'onday, Wednesday, and Thursda; s, until further notice. S. Srrrwnr, Agent. Geelong, 21st April, 1652. FOR SYDNEY, With imsaediate despatch. S THE fine fr-t-sailing schooner LILLI ;S, Capt. Hannah, awaits on'y tt?e shipping...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

Io Be Let. I AIRFIEI.D HOUSE, -containing Sfour uomsi, pantry, and detached citcher, ailth lage garden; also, 50 ,icos of land with it if required plea Ia,,tl!' situate near the river. one and a :ialf miles from tuwn. Apply to SEDWN WooD, k House Agent. OR, TO Ma. Scorr, On the Premises TO LET, : -ULCHAN COTTAGE, with garden S and grazing paddock attached. -or particulars, apply to Mr H. Mercer. it FV3:: ,' joI f. March tl:h, 1852. TO LET, A GOOD shor, and premises in hcor i Sbool-street, adjoining Di. Sydel'-. .ent Moderate. Apply to 27th March, 1852, ATH OL FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, .;, riHE BRIGANTI-NE T;'^ 1 LIBERTY, S.;. Las excellent accoino' alion for passenger-. Apply to the Captain, on b:arJ, or, to C. J. DEENys & Co. SHIPPERS OF GOLD ARE reminded that the s arque ABB 'R' STON will complete her loadi:. This Day, and sa I hence on oIunday next. Cantain James will attend daily at the Office of the undersigned to weigh Gold" for shbtmeut. DALnETY, GoaE & Co. Geelong, ...

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FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS. 25th April, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

FOREST CREEK DIGGI.NGS. [Fao.3 oU owx cORtESPONDETr.] 25th April, 1852. Arrivals from Melbourne and Ge long hare been unusually numerous for the last two days, inducel no dsubt by the few days rain. They have been disar pointed in findirg that the rain has not extended to this quarter in nearly saueient quantity to affect the supply of water. During the past week we have had showers cccasienally and while I write it is raining slightly-but it will take a great doal more to make the creeks run, or even to fill the waterholes. A s-ad accident occurred on Thursday in a pit near Montgomery's Hill; four men were digging (nndermining) in a eeep hole; they had ceased working for a few minutes t1 rest, when they heard the earth, for a mere instant of time, giving way; two of the miners sprung a few feet from the spot and had a narrow escape; they were thrown flat on the bottom and buried in loose sand and gravel, but had room enough to breathe; the other two on whom the entire mass fell wer...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

DIED. At the residence of John Stoneham, corner of Yarra and Corio-streets, Geelong, on the 28th of 4th month, Edmund Thompson, formerly of Syd-   ney, and a member of the Society r:::i:;el   Israelites, aged 68. His funeral will take place at 3 'clock this afternoon.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

MELBOURNE.   CRIME AT THE DIGGINGS.-Nine prisoners were brought to Melbourne gaol on Sunday even- ing. One man was under sentence for sly grog selling; a female under commitment for larceny, and the rest under commitment for highway robbery. Five were committed at Castlemaine, one at Kyneton, and two at Bendigo Creek. These men, with the addition of seven brought from Geelong under sentence, make the total number of prisoners now in Melbourne gaol 279. - Herald. 'i a-rirI Rlon~nr.-Four men named Thes. haiw, John 31'Crea, William Norwood, aid Frderick Ingram, were charged at the police ffice- yterday with a-saulting with intent to rob nider the fol'owing ircumstances :-Constable a-h?iigan provle that he was on duty the pre ious night in Queen-street, when he saw four men mrh a fifth person, and one of the prisoers (ora'Ml) strike and knock the person down : fter which he kr.elt upon him, and attempted to ro him. The other prisoners were standing by bt tading no part in t...

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MR. BUNCE ON THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 April 1852

Mr. Brunce on the Diggings.- "Inde   pendently, however, of the high price of prov- sions, and the absence of water, it is evident that, generally speaking, the diggers are not dis- heartened, hut are building, comparatively speak ing, comfortable huts in the immediate neigh- bourhood of the creek, as a shelter from the hard- ships to be expected from the approaching winter. The weather, until the 22nd., was showery and dull; but the 23rd and 24th, the days have been   like summer weather, and there is no more ap- pearnce of rain than there was a month back. A live toad was dug out of sandstone, at a depth of thirty feet, in the Adelaide Gulley, this morn- ing, where we may presume he has been imbedded for ages--probably since the gold was first de- posited in this locality--but this is a question which I shall, as usual, leave to the investigation of the learned in geological matters. It was about an inch and a half in length, and apparently not perfectly ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

!ELT:Ol:i-NE. Ai ril 2S.-DIplume, clhouner, from Adelaide. Ikrua.t :'--SMr J[orn linama, brig, f~rn ortl.nd. 'Pasngers Mr Hitskastle, Mrs Graves, Mrs Goauden, Mrs W-illiun, and two others. : r :5 . CET. .:: 1i5i.-Ra!tler, sclloonerr for Adeldile, in 1,.,i!a-.. i'.'mn.,~er- messrs. Talbot and Lock ·*, I. andt eight others. Almeda, schooner, far Sydn'ev, in ballist No p.·selSgerl. M'dIwr, ship, Sor Lnlon. rassengers Me.-rs. Wiite, Ihlifips, C:ddiell, ;3r and Mrs SitFh.erl?ud. Iram.llrs IPink, MIr snu Miss to bi:lsun, Mrs. Alrew and l[r<. Freer. \\'arath!, steamer, fitr iSjlner-P.;<senr.ers Me,.srs John O'Shnmissr a;il A!ex-hder, Mi.scs A'ixs.ler, M?s?rs. Grvils, I!arti, \1ade, Camp Kh , M.iss 'ade, o.'fers. Frris, Marsh, lrown lih:.t, Perr>.-iall , M3'.Arthur, BlYlte, Chishohn, B.t.ihrw.n Catisi., F.deoner, Simeon, Rilrtson. Orzanne, Crncrir, Antill, Reed, C.shmore, Arm sm;nug. lii ,i, .ity, Goldllronlh, Wood, Harper, I.ar,.r ani Nsfiln,sn .d thirty--.i otiers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

TI A31 TO 311ELiFPTTE, DAILY, et'NDAT S EXCLTED. E NEW STEAMER VICTOR IA, .ToYn MI' rt, Consnnnder, S11 l'lve the Queen's Wha rf, Goee"rg, f er ?!elource, every afternoon, at One 'c!cck. afeich'n Wharf. Melhourne, for Gee 0ns,' every morning at Eight o'clock. _pg AP If RA SI A, steanme, Wmi 'i rnter, conmmander, hasin cornm rle!d her repairs, will lease Geelonp, si:r ~~-eo rne every Monday, Wednes •y, and Fridjly, at Nine o'clock. , J. ] . l-rTox & Co. . Geelong Agents. 3pr;l 10. 18-2. STEAM TO AND FROM S MELBOURNE. AL TERA TION OF TIMTE. aN a- fter Tuesday, the 27th in stant, ,he VESTA, Slteampr, ' ill leave the Wharf, Geelong. t nine a'"lock. on the n orming ofl Turesay, Thursday, a:d Fridays, a?d from Me3c crne, at nine o'cloae i," the irnrin's of 'end'a , Wednesday, and Thursda?s, until futther notice. S. S.rnI, Agent. Geedonr, 21st April, 1852. FOR LOMDON, farisn the areater part of her cargo es.aaenen, will meet with quick des patch. i Depatch being the object, Wool in...

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TRANSRORTATION QUESTION. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

TvAeSttolrvATIO N QOESEtDx. (Communicated.) L the present state of public feeling, excited as it is by the atrocious tyranny and mendacity of Earl Grey, transport. tion becomes a rather ticklish subject to dwell upon, unless the party who expa tiates upon the bearings of the question, floats upon the favorite stream of popular opinion. From the year 1838, when the first great change took place, in Van Diemen's Land, in the destiny of the unfortunate people who were deported to her shores, by changing the good old as eirgament system, into the infamous and imaoral plan of congregating hundrtds of human beings, in gangs of three or four hundred, day and night, without the slightest interruption. from year's end to year's end ;-from this time, the inha bitants of Tasmania were ever and anon exclaiming, in vehement terms, against the continuance of the horrors that daily came under their observation. Meeting after meeting was convened, and petition after petition was forwarded to the fo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

'FII Ar r. ofye starjda dechres that the a ftIrs of t!e " Colonial Church" are in a " dis.v.raicd'cc;nditio ;" that there is C i:astrpIhe ab.;ut to happen to the Co i;i.ial Cllnrch, which even the heads of i:e Churcih erceive to be inevitable; itl' there is an avowed opposition be t-eca parrties in the Church, which th.:e-itre to rend the " Establishment" ia t:ain; that it is time for the Colonial Chnrch to awake to a sense of her true pVLion; that the fabric is audibly crack inl and s-litting; and finally, that the rcquirements of the Colnial Church re quir.-s iuother word from, the Editor of the Argus before he dismisses the sb ject! Perhaps we oaghlt to wait for the " rther word," befr we cue quire what all this means; but there are certain F.ints which require explanation, as we read. na the firt place, we have to ex press cur ignorance of the existence of such a church as the Clonial Church There re plenty of colonial churches, but no ColonialChurch PAU EXCELLENCE. TI?: .:-le o...

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