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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY, JULY 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

COLLINGWOOD-TVsuDAY, JULY 18Trr.' Before Messrs. Templeton,.P.M., ,and Marsdori. An old woman named Jane oJones as brought up as being drunk and iicaIable, She was discharged. Four lads named Richard Howard, John Howard, Edward Howitt, and Henry Isaaes worn charged with stealing tins;.of tallow, or rather of having them in theiir posiessioni. Richard and John Howard wore disoadrged as there was no evideonc to show that they had boon' implicated in the matter. The boy Edward Hewitt, who latoly'frocived a sentence for stealing loaves, stated thiat he found the cans of fat on a flat and took them to' a butcher's and sold them. Some boys met him afterwards and thrashed him for soelling the tallow. He blubbored'con sidorably, and stated that if the magistrates would lot him go he would not appear before them again, lie was sent to gaol for one hour and then to the reformatory till he reached seventeen years of ageo. Isaacs stated thathoe had not boon out the whole of the eveningj but, be...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, JULY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

POLCE.; FITZROY-rMoIrYle ar, 17Tr .: Before .Messrs. Marsden, e3onnetta,.and T. Kidney. ... I A boy named John Puflett was `harged with' the larceny of sheets,'&o., valued at, 30s, from the premises 'of Mrs.- M. Woods, Webb street, Fitaroy. Prisoner pleaded guilty and was sontenced to three months' imprisonment: Richard Doherty, John Brennan, Robert J. Cobra, and Patrick Molloy were charged with being intoxicated and refractory. Some proved incapable, and they were all dis. charged. John Booro was fined 10s or 48 hours imprisonment for having taken too much beer while in charge of a horse. Town Inspector summoned. a man named Hogan for allowing his closet to overflow. Fined 20s with 6s costs, in default 48 hours imprisonment. The Inspector also charged him with having a disgraceful yard, and according to the Inspector it was disgrace= ful. Rate Collector summoned John fHeinzlo for £2 6s 8d, John Buckley for £7 10s, and Morris Ellis for '£8 6s 8d for rates due. Verdicts for a...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXECUTION OF THE LENNIE MUTINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

EY tTUTIOiO Ob TriE ;LENNiE MUTT. i EERS. , (iRoM Tis TraES AY 224.) Yesterday morning the four men-el;iefly, fnodt ?i~ll, Greeks-convicted. at the, l st sespions of'the Central Cirminal Court, be. fore, Mr. Justice Brett, and sentenced to death, for th'o part they took in the mutiny; and murders on board the Lennie, were exe outed within the prisonof, Newgate. 'TIheir names, as may bo remembered, were Matteo Corgalis, aged 36, better known as ' Frenoh Petr;". Pascalor Caladis,: 33, otherwise "Big Hary;" George Kaida, 22, otherwise SLips" . and Giovanni Carcaris, ?L, ether, wiseo,'Joe the Cook." After their trial, and conviction the doomed men werorepeatedly, visitpd in prison by the Greek Arclinian drito in the City of London, DrHiironymus; Myrianthops, and by the Greek Vice.Consul, M. 'Lasoordi. Eventually, as.,the brief in terval after conviction began towear away, the,convicts are said to have. in effeot io,, knowledged their guilt 'ind the justice of their sentence, adding that...

Publication Title: Mercury
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

J6 dflialt'intico wiiwi pbii'shod In tho Gauclle otLMRi 23, etating that hor Majon. ~ty''QbGvorn~iont has given-iodore to sir. V. Hfowott, the naval oomnianido on the ` Vost Conat of Afrloa, that no 'blockado eof the ports of Dahonoy is to be nutablisho4 until aftortili NOth Juno. ''he blookalo was to have oounlnnni¶ul q'i the 14r of 4Jiuj1o.` WnEN ra laity f lautd. wtiIn Iigurc. Hood she need ?-Yu U'14y. briub 'r 1. k

Publication Title: Mercury
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

TO OORBRESPONDENTS.' Rejected communications cannot be returned under any "circimstances whatever. No notice can be taken f anonymous comr munications. Every letter must be, accom panied by the name and address of the .writer, not necessarily for publication, but .as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons 'interestsed we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements,. orders for the p¢per, and remittances, be'a 'd dressed to Grnsrrai & SPAV5N, and not to "the Eniron. ADVERTISBEMEw'P in all cases to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for Sinsertion in the news colulns should be addressed to the Editor.

Publication Title: Mercury
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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

.CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinionsf f our correspondents. TO TIE EDITOR OF TI Mi MiEOURT. Sin.--I was callod suddenly the other day to accompany the Collingwood Board of Adviceo in their inspection of the various schools in the district. The reason alleged for pressing me into the service was the absonco of one member of the Board, who had received a certificate up to the standard of education taught in the school, and that it would be awkward for the Committeoo to talk about any subject beyond the scope of the third book. I saw the fix the Board was in, and knowing that I did not graduate at Cambridge, and expoecting to be handsomely paid for my services, I consented to schaporon" the aforesaid Board. Bning invited to take a seat in a cab, we rolled along to Hoddlo street, where some enter. prising individual had erected onoe of the old buildings belonging to the Immigrants' Home, which formerly stood in Collins street, (I know it well) and the old, associ ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. (FRASER'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

TaE tigri` re??Hi' is t'e'iin?l'??"' of thferkin'd;: a~nutl obtaidsa tlie' hpeltt.t 'n Hdf 'i vs l !,, u:.? : Y! .}its ' .i u l d?I basla widge.g ogripi ma.;ranlgQ,ntlKugQ7 it(is limited ;i'tirely ItdIAiAl:, Ja,:,romi Airi'4 taddthe'piitiid·!s cl hetl fl land .of; Thibet n.extonds~ :thtdughi,'thae lengthland' breadthfof'Indtl* :hd'roufhd lii'M9'liid i i l dtbPe ij '1ttji instawico of one tlm?1twhesshjdtlast Ifearr t10: fe t::'libd?e .th' leol of't'' d..?)y, and ' ,netrat'' tli?lbam i"tb 'i Javal and, Snmatra.! ii ,Ast.mighb' lr exeeted, i it' oAaries 'greatly'«in 'cblobr: thiidklidil .of2 ' h irl t'tO',i t 'di'dB' t± 'fBiit ' laidetat co.i,?.u:; ?ro , gog, tiem t flid havoeaw yeatibeen idnnd itAgs., ti'dliai or Madtýgdscdr: "r fReedhit! dapt'r "moolahb!' , whichwasliia sapes ~an size,r he" ~telld us, Ilike. arBengab atiglrifbutt deli'.' hatididniffr, 'tlii? "'skliin:"liei d ii wto roua, wt'h bit ack ak d T6 t; rippoa,", 6n pbs'ich ·'eAlipýl},otývgase seg feet eight: inchoes hfronn, ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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EFFECT OF THE REVOLUTIGN ON THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE. (NEUE FREE PRESSE.—Vienna) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

,FFECT, OF THtE "RE" VOLU TaGN ON TIIR NOtTHiRN..ALLIANOE. .(: i ?m ,F?ri?i.PR~ss?5.- Vinna)" . TIRE eituattgon : h" Europe '1has .be0i completely changed by the recent events at Constantinople.' Up to the moment when the nos :oi the deposition of the Sultan Abidul AKiz reached the 'vrious capitals, tthe position', of .Individual Powdrs and' their views and resolutions wlthl togardto 'the East; were in a certahi measure involved in''mist. Now this mist is gradually' scatterig, 'and,, like na mountain landscape omerging, from the morning mist, the picture of the political situation is unfolding itself? over more clearly and distinctly before' our eyes. Certainty is'takingthe placo of doubt. Russia, which oily a week; ago might have thought that she had1 reached nearer to the object of liher Eastern intrigues than over before, is: completely driven' back, and- Prince Gortschakoff is like a captaihi whose ship founders at the very entrance of the harbor. His whole tissue of in trigues ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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MR. CARLYLE AT HOME. (HARPER'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

SMR.'CARLD LE :AT ý-OM; E., Ciz, , Li'si 'iloniPitsn 6 ca>'i i' ,' ?.o -1 fashioned! house built iinthejragg:of, Queen Ann; but though now cloged'in' othder building,; it still ,ilWins !I its linquding:, pr.imrQisos 'and,,bea fir',t.ht. came all the way fromribonnie Scotland,r were plaited by, the hand of Mras; CGr' lyo.' . Her,, if 'his'pleaszBeit, sha'de~l gardern,\.? tie, great' ,wr',er', 6on 'lsunnyt morninge,,smokes thepipe .icoitpmpla-, tibo, andh eijoys:. haulfhour!s conver., isatiop with- hisl friend' 'Frdude, -who,' when at hoii,, vt almoIst' daily the1 midest pld'u 'i-aq nCheyne 'OWakl Daniel Maclise, who :;pinted:; hiQ ;por-. traiti, was another of-his nighbors' w'th Whoi6? e hwii6isn termthe 6f,'rdat' 'irdtiiL macy. Leigh ',T 4ls&" ,..''nt sameo trept, anid.foun4d in.,;arlyl prono, of the most considerate ofalihisjfriendsa His study is , an apartmn6nt'bof, goodly size;'"n one side ther bi'ar lbook shelves, whi le) the., othr.., .thIee'.,,r,.,pirtiajly coveed.,...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ARCADIAN SCENES NOT FAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

?Ai,9;.o ,gp, fi'o lm no th-oastren4cof) th:e City, we would, not ,think .itwlis such;' forillhe'nw got'?lpathe 'Mudh-I 'talkIdLbf TJohilsl6:o st'ýrfoit 'riet l"ula'4 to got piu:s1 t"' t.present i'tsk , \nt , vIy/',' -a n11i100,1iopen,,, undulating couintry ,.liuabkibefore' usi; kinown to 'theal eadors' asl't:'tiudly Park"!' -. 'AY'i4tW' do 'n top"bf"'of oi fth'oii lan lvaions i nepssp,, f I ift i ite, nonuas Aii: weo ierio transported into a differedt oilmu.7 ''"W') britthe'/otip iiet' attio 'lidi-6e',lht'd 'lt-' ga4Pe,,o ?jo=t ' aod| i are many. thiig.lial-Ct?att t ibur!na:ttontionr;l,,',Orn 'th6 rightthoe Oorivent,.o' o' tlh'.6di': ,iSorirl"is s-'ittirdtd ; 6hi iK'silil"luifi' there wo can sce the orpliip,bqluinging ,to tile Slhool fp tij',Db~tituto, in con nexion with the nboveiintirching up and dow' i thd spuio6tisiaIhrds, all cleanliness, anoJlsinging in harmony;. ho sound is' .,aft dd (tbwt, b(l;,na4tlong tlafn till ,'t' falls with a bbnigalndl plpasiint svet ness p ip0p " an...

Publication Title: Mercury
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

NOTES AND COMMENTS. , BY cosuorOO1T~; WHAT a strange world this is to be sure, and what's stranger still there are a number of strange people and strange places in it; but' stranger than all is it for a stranger to find himself in 'a strange locality-every body is so strange to him, houses, shops, rbade,, streetselanes, and yards are all out of his reckoning, and it takes him some time to get used to things as they are, and drift into the ordinary everyday groove of society. 'It is, or rather has been so with me. I came here a strangei:?from a neighboringcolony, and as such was led to'make sundry obser vations'on all I saw and heard. M'Melbourne struck me at first sight as "considerably big," but I had no idea of its size till I visited its suburbs, and made acquaintance. ship with Hotham, Richmond, Emerald Hill, Brunswick, Fitzroy; and Collingwood. In the latter locality I am now. resident, and taking an interest in all which concerns the town, intend to contribute my thoughits fro...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, JULY 21st, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

COUNCILS. FITZROY, JULY.21st, 1876. At the ordinary meeting of the above Council, there were present:--Cr, Mahony (in the chair),Ors.. Rowe, Evans, Ewing, Showers, Woodhead, and Hackett. OBESPONDENOE. Mr. WILCOX, on behalf of the Melbourne Omnibus Company, complained of an adver tising vehicle being driven about the streets, much to the annoyance of drivers of horses, which shied at its unusual appearance. Referred to the Legislative Committee. Mr. T. P. EDWAnDs complained of the drainagoe of a right-of-way between Rose and Leicester streets. Ho had to raise his land in consequence thereof, and which made his house considerably lower, he had no alternative but to pull it down. In con. sideration of. this he thought his rates ought to be lowered for two years. An answer was ordered to be sent stating that the Council could not comply with the request. A communication from the Town Clerk of Essendon stated that the Victoria Racing Club had obtained exemption from rates of their raco-c...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

auble aompeaies. EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COi PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. ' Chairman--Rihard Twentyman, Esq. Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq. J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Offce: No. 1 Market-square, Collins st., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Compaw? covers the risk of explosion from Gas. THE. PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, AND Investment Association. Registered under "Friendly Societies' Statute" 1865. SHARES £25: EACH. Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly, Subscription, 1s.' per Share. Offers remarkable inducements to INVESTORS,. The most liberal terms to BORROWERS, . And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITO RS, In sums of Al and upwards: 12 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6 ,, .. 7 ,, ;8 ... 6 ,, Pay-day--Every alternate Monday. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET WEST, Bran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. DARLING WARD. PRACTICAL ENGINEER, is a CANDIDATE For the above Ward. COLLINGWOOD' ELECTION. TO'THE RATEPAYERS OF VICTORIA WARD. LADIES and GENTLEMEN,-Although I consider that I haved done a citizen's share of the public work, and'at .one time fully intended retiring from the conncil at the termination of the period for which I was elected, still, having been urged by a respectable deputation of my fellow-citizens to stand again, I once more place my ser. vices at your disposal.. The three years now termiinating have, perhaps, been the most eventful in the his. tory of the municipality. When I was elected three years ago, the council was over head and ears in debt, and all progress in the shape of new public works was com pletely stopped. This unpleasant state of things has boon completely altered; the accumulated debt of mismanagement has been cleared off, the last penny of the drainage loan paid, and the council now in possession of sufficient revenue to push a...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SCHOOL BOARD OF ADVICE, COLLINGWOOD. OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE BOARD TO THE DISTRICT SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

SCHOOOL BOARD' OF ADVICE, COLLING. 'WOOD. OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE' BOARD TO TIIo . ". ' ' DisTILIer SdoIIooIs. The first visit of the newly elected Board of Advice to the various schools under their control was made on July 13th, 1870. Punctual to the time appointed, ten a.m., the following members met at the chair man's residence :-Messrs. P. J. Petherlok, John Fisher Batt, James Levens, Councillor Smith, and Mr. L. P. Aumont, correspon. dent. The preliminaries having beeoon got through, such as appointing a captain for tthe occasiin, the choice fell upon Mr. SPothorick, who steered away in a handsome brougham provided expressly for the occa. sion (bbear in mind not at the Government xponsoe) to State school 312. Head m!:asteri, Mr. Thomnson; No. on roll, 5600; average attendance, 287; attendance day of visit 1066. The head mnster is assisted by, throe assistldits and three pupil tdichors. iThe children all looked clean and heidthy, and well uhder the control of their respec live tea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

Pirofesional. MR. ALEXANDER GRANT, ttorney, Solicitor, , Proctor, S and Coniveyancer, 9 TEMPLE COURT, MELBOURNE. 'denco--3.. King William.st., Fitzroy .MR. SAMUEL :LYONS,.: Iforney, ' Solicitor, 'Proctor, and I Conveyancer. COLLINS ST. WEST, MELBOURNE.' i (Next Commercial Bank) SesiCence. -18 Moor street, Fitzroy.; HN EDWARDS, the, younger, Attorney; Solicitor, Proctor and. Con veyancer. cofLLINS ST. E., MELBOURNE, '.:eit Bank of. Victorii, idenoe-BrookviJle, rainswick street. EORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL,' No.282 (held in Mr.Horofall's premises)' Free Night School held on Mondays,, ednesdays, and Thursdays, for Boys.,, On esdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for Is. An efficient staff of four Assistants loyed.'` The school commences at seven ock. P. K. O'HARA, Head teaoher N water tank for slej cheap. A:liply oflice' of this paper, dr at Mr. Griffith, 'er of ' Michael" and ,MKea. streets;' delberg road . SLETltwo large 'ehops (new)) 42 x lft.. Light. dr 'cellars and good living accom tion to ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JULY, 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. L rabor Omnia Vincit.. SATURDAY, JULY, 22, 1876. M~s .MIass, one- of the' members for Collingwood, has given notice of his ntentio, tto move the insertion of the following clause in, the ".'Education Amendment Bill" now before the House: "That no person shall be employed in teaching in any school other.than a state school or Sunday school who has not given. natisfactoiy proof of his or herqualification for the work to be, undertaken.,. That for the purpose of giving effect to this provision the private schools, colleges, &o., in, the colony shall be divided into four.oclasse?- est, infant schools; 2nd, preparatory schools; 3rd,. grammar schools ; 4th, colleges; and that the necessary degreg of qualifioation for the several classes of teachers to be em ployed in these several institutions shall be fixed and certified to by a board of examiners `consisting of the professors of the Melbourne University and the Inspector-general of the state schools. :A...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday IMorning. Persons wishing to have the paper r'egularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged Is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post is. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for. inform. ation-more especially relating to local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel. laneous, Missing Friends, &oc., Os. 6d. Notices' of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... is. Od. To ADVERTISERS.-Notice to withdraw advertisements must be given in writing. THE Mercury can be obtained friom any of the following agents :--Snbeoription is. per quarter. G. CAnnrLL ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. Woonunar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

WOLI WOOL-! WOOL WOOLWOOL R. O B3',3M?d,.F " ' , Largest Variet o l ''at r. 218i8. Sw. W Vilit t}"ý.1:'.lCollh ood. MRS.' HIGGEN'' FANCY . REPOSITO, Y, S49;18MITH STREET,. FITZROY, ,1 r Ifraiding blocks iii greatvariety'-Patteriis StambFd'oi'" every' Material'. fr ~.' Braidihgl' Pinking done. Berlin Wool inT grat variety of colors. 'RegistryOfflce fd ServaA'it. Agent for' Coutts' guaiante'ed Acetic A'idy also Robinson's Universal Cement. WHOLESALE AND.RETAIL, TINSMITH, - 389"' 'MIi' 'STREET," "F lZRdi, .,FPpositeG Easey ;street. All .kind- of "Jbbhig' eiected. Orders - untually'attended tb. . .G.'::iN. "RAMOND,' FASHIONABLE.. ,BOOTMAKER,, ' 1l' SMiTH STREET,; FITQZ1OYt ,:'I? :,. :Ppposi eOArcade: Er descriptIl' of Boots and,Sieogs 'iad9 to orde .on the'shorte'st' notice.. , . A combination of eolgance,' durability' and comfort? n6t.'- ftRn'obtained'l elsewhere is guaranteed by G.N.R. IByon wantfirst-class 'Boots and Shoes, ,SMITH STREET. OOLLO INDGW, ,, ",I~ 1t Prices for similar' g...

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THE PEASES OF DARLINGTON. (CAPITAL AND LABOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 July 1876

-, ni , ,^l J f* it 'LON.mi t noitutl 'nl. 11 i 7ov : I:i tI(?TIAlDANDOiABOl Olu'irI?' ,'';;' ;NN?diflirbnt parts'ioffitlo adtti ntpy'isthot'.d fi ti.aditigtt; ayti' ti'tdýrtllitf' ub'P t h'el (pi igs, i u, as.1. m 0e "sý,;9,ýl off Masi..;l pl,theeo npt, ,t?.,; .QJ!},.stRP8; ential ist tatiof tlreaease-4iODarl Ing,v. iti Whoa'ro, ndot only~i'itg/hatbs ir?,onh, rade but. ip manyjt, nft/ild Mti +C'ii 'lie&'8i S trIe b' ;,,, li'e.,?44 ' J ' i- "i"tj, Ii nines, and in as largp,aim easurna s1inllnlg hed:outoe'o'f .thoeiron, tradd :by thehugb p?byo ?'tiohs'of' 'f' le' r!6ti.dbVl'aidl .limd tna,trl. ' eº 1, If l- s1ti, Oý, , ' Jlll . hankersa andowner off largo woi.iaand wdtirstdl 'lillsththe .iinflideneathe, edms, ifjpedigr ? ,. ti.o, 1o.'1 .ej,9At , , be iteopth coAntly, I J , ift4Qj siltd,,At,. Fishlakeo, in the county of Yorl,.k'iibTite many branches.of: thhe,Di;llingto1i9t irp ily trace their .lineaigo'·'to;,Edwdrdl Pease, born about 1'711,l'vhb 'rdttled in Dar ýing'tbhi: heWl...

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