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To the Editor of LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

TO the fiDITOB 6f thtJ JJATrNCEStON AbvERTISER. SiE—l.be^/lo^cttll.. jour; ^t^ention ^o a. subject vrhicH has proved to myself and several other persons, a most serious evil: an evil too which might be very eBsiJy..Himedipdi ? I alludetothi; ? delay'ejcperienced^y. thps coo tractors for the con^. veyarfib between ih'^ jjlapespndjGeorge Town^ ih' gettiirr.theif, boats uiiipad^d^ at .Gieorge Town..' Thp^lflfit tr'lli .Vl/h'trh ihi» Cinntjrantnr'1^ MAat\-maAb she -a ift detained a, . »?hple day, Atjd night in^cdn- ' sequemn of the ^dilatoriness.of theogovernment hands^njplby^d fo ilispharge.her.- .Th^ tnen seSem to hav|'fcomp!f (elyjgot- the, mastery ov^rithewver.1 eeer apl ,storerk*£pe^ whose commands antyiot obeyed^ 11 ^jq^.firttre.lo notice? tfrfe, ipeiihaps'i the ovffm^r ^puld find it to his jnfcenestUo be a;; little rfdrestrjcJt'Wij^ the (pen. .,?;.. ^otn .^\ jr.* The Ibss of time is of consequence to the con Jtractorij, -wiip, ,are,,jp.aid4 fpfj?«0nve,yancev«ot€or, Waitln^'V .'.,...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

PRICE OF GRAIN. LA.UNCE8T0N. a. A., „ ?? d. ; Wheat, ../...; ? 4:6 to 5:0 Barley, ? 4 ? « — 5 : 0 Oats, .........;.... 6:0 — 6:6 Flour, (best) per cwt. 16s.— Ditto (seconds) 14§. meal, 12s, perewt HOBART TOWNj , Wheat, ? fc : 6 Barley, .....;,... ......... 4:0 Opitfi, ? » ? 0 ; 0

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

Now that thi' sci»r- ity of Town Allotments In . Launcexton J6 felt- by- the peT-pler'wTio r,aifnoT~get one H«iy wberfi, the fojjy of the old .system of giving aifray the land to aJi who applied for. it, w|th-*ut distinction, is become apparent: ~ Several of the most eligible situations in the toWu have ? :l-ejen, io the' olden time, given to persons who, were not, soor qould expect to-be, able to iraild upon them. The result is, that large tracts of .land are kept, out of, die reach of those 'Who would build and improve the town, by others' iwno swrer me tana io»e loie. many sues, me very best in the town, have had noihing^iyet -done ? upon them, although held by the locates ,^or years. A; rircumstauce occuri^d, i/ot long since, of a first-class (three acres) allotment (being sold by the ioifetee*— who never either put a. spade or. plough iotp the land,- erected ra single rod of fencing, or applied an' axe to* a tree or ?Sf'Jjp p,-r for £901, Tims' -individual* : wishing' to build ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

LAUNCESTi V RACES 1832. ON Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and l-iday, (he 6th, Ttb, '8th, and 9(h of March, '&- cortuntuoe each day, at 12 o'clock STEWARDS, — James Cox, Esq. j Thos. La no ale, Esq. iTW. GtEAOow, Esq. f Thos. Dutton, Esq. CjjErk op the Course— Mr. Burros. Assistant Ditto— Mr. A. Waddle. FIRST DAY. The Trial Siakcs of 2. Sovereigns, for two year olds, with FORTY SOVEREIGNS added from the Race Fund ;-Colts, $ stone; Fillies arid Geldings, 7 stone ] 1 lbs. ; Thoroughbreds to carry 51bs. vxira. Mile heats. ' ,Au, Age Stakes of FORTY SOVEREIGNS, two mile heats. - : . T_wo years old carrying 7st.0lh« Thr«*e years old 8 0 - Foufjws old ' l'^f''i8-jj'j!i'i: ; ?-?, ., g'w years old J0 9 £ix y^ars,/ and aged 10 3 Thoroughbreds (extra) 0 5 Entrance 1 sovereign. SECOND DAYV A Purse of THIRTY SOVEREIGNS from tlie Racp Fund, For all ages. Weights the same as .on the All Age Stakes; two rail? heats, Entrance, 1 sovf reign— winning horses excluded. P6N¥ Stakes of TWENTY SOVE...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LAND ORDER. PROPOSED ISSUE OF GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

[?] PROPOSED 'ISSUE OF GRANTS. Toe Government Notice of the 3l6t of Jiinaary^ fites us unbounded satisfaction. The tenure of lands, hitbertb ^ueVfcbmpiicdt^and unc'eriain —in so many cases neia by mere p^^esforyj^^|, '^'^ f li%il% fnM^f I'fMrtwA «neq^|)ta1, direct, abd, for tbe^Pit ty*rt we ?hould .ritnaRine,. ^fecure: aiiU ^IftleWKWffleJ' the great cijod thus e^ected^ jcailDpt betoo/jnucjj ap »reci|teilHftid lliWiiuthof ttf a^itHdW^feitJ1 W4' feel tomjdto «ayj, ha^re ^||l eifrn^d ffi^{jg«ib%i ?nd tile' thapki i of the community. Wtie'y have discaided jninpr poihts- bf con'slde'ra^M-Tiave waiv^ rifehtW ^It^^n^l^JyuS: fcnras^H^ to have jealously, iosisted upon ;— end, * contemplating 4n an exteoded View' the general interests oV the colony, Jiave aloae considered thajt vyhich, as, it tends to .the security, must simultaneously tend Is the contentment and hap piness of tbe colonist. But thejGovernment No tice requires a little more than general thoughts j and we proceed to examine iti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

aQ01[$RN ty ENT$OTl$ES. { Colonial Secrptar^^ Office, Feb. 16, 1832. .S-%5 %*%#?* A|ie CqbaieSi haVitig iSRtfifed that it is the determination of His Majesty's Go veroment to send. s put ,fbi*bjfg$ tostbiSidolpny from Agricultural Districts in England, four huu-i dr|d.Jiaaales,j»f4io, -haviHg been-bronghtap as Servants in farmers' families, haveJojjod.ijt diffi cult *o obtein-:emptayra-wt-at homey -bneinoiety efS^! ^IW»M*^e*q .pfeMidB) for. tte^Wsage 1)f these females is tcLbe^ejjjrayed in England, and the remainder by this Cojony. .,..,, ? 6 -^he Lieutenant Gfrvjfernbr 0^rftone request* ,tM P«^ons who afp de^^ous of obtaining free fe ^BJajf servants of this Ascription, to make appli cation in writing {o. the Colonial Secretary,^ ^narked ' Applicqtiba for Frfci^Sefyants,*' for any number they 'maV^s^ to obtain, ^atin^ particu larly the athbun't of assistance , which jthe y are wHiiotf t-.^nerh-ute/fowara8 defraying the ex fteSfce^f theft pWaVe. ,\, ? ??? J ';*_ ... . ™ # c«Aald orth...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

Married— On Wednesday, Mr. Sherwin, of this town, to Miss Taylor, of Sydney. Same day, at Norfolk Plains, Lieut. Dyball, R.N. to Miss Parker.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

Freight and Passage.   FOR LONDON DIRECT. TO SAIL from Launceston with all possible diapatfch, the fine new British built ship, Princess Augusta, Samuel Hawkins, Commander.       As this ship has only room for a few bales of Wool, early application is necessary. She has the best acommodation for Passengers, and carries a Surgeon.           Appty 4o CApta-n Hawkins, on fcoactf, or to T. WILLIAMS     Launceston, Jan. 12, 1832.                                 FOR LONDON DIRECT,     ,J(j& nr^E fioe faet-sailiog Sbjp 'Rf- ^SBt * ^arc/r^ Capt; Ogilvie, daily e*f$c$il «ftre, vl* Hobart Town, from Sydney, As the ...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

DOMESTIC. The Colonial SscaETAHT.— The whole Colo* ny trill rtgret to hear that Mr. Burnett has been compelled, from indisposition, to solicit leave of absence, in order to spek die restoration of hit impaired health, bv quitting for a time, a short one is the general hopp, the laborious duties of hiii important offic. We understand Mr. Burnett purposes, in order to a change of air, to visit Lnnnreston. In the mean time (he duties of th» officp will he performed by Captain Montagu.-* . Tasmania**. ' ' Last evening one «f the soldiers who were supposed to have been drowned at the Cataract*. , some months bank, was brought up to Launceston*. in custody, as a deBerter. He was taken, it ap pears working as a sawyer form person down (to river. Tub Settlers to the westward are suffering: considerable inconvenience in consequence of the tnjlls not being able to Work for want of water* Our informant, recently from the spot, tells w, that the JnhabilanU In that *icioitv «nnot get a pound of ...

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SLAVE INSURRECTION—VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

SLAVE INSURRECTION—VIRGINIA.   The insurrection commenced on Monday, the 22d August. The following particulars are given in the New York Gazette of the 29th :— Captain Degrauw, of the steam-boat Swan, at- tached to the Philadelphia Union Line, called on us last evening, and furnished us with the annex- ed chilling intelligence, as furnished to him, by two passengers who came on with him in advance of the mail.   On Monday last, in Southampton county, Vir- ginia, the negroes commenced an insurrection, by an attack on family of Mrs Whitehead who, with her five children, were massacred, and their heads severed from their bodies. On Tues- day, the insurgents organized themselves into a body, amounting to two hundred, armed, well mounted, and headed by two white men. They were receiving constant accessions, and on the close of that day, the number of burials of the whites had reached fifty-nine (One report said two hundred.) In every case the head of the slain w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

?|T a WWmJIC MEETING, tteld at ~» iperth, on Tuesday, ufae 17ta day --f «Ja*m iry. '1832, for ;the pappose of taking Snto Vconfiider^tion the 'necessity which «vists for the iinKnediat^erectfon of ?» Qhurch, to that neigh ibouFhoed^ ifcev. Howl***©1*!. Dames, io the chair. ^Resolved— isfc—'lUwit 'it is the miMinoos opinion of this Mneeiing, that » Church is much required . in ith m populous district; and as many faniiies ia« prevented from attending pivtae Service 9rom want of accommodation, it is desirable that the building of the said Church be com menced immediately. *3dlj.— That a subscription be entered into, and thai ilia Excellency the Lieutenant-governor be requested to givejuch pecuniary and other assistance as His Excellency may deem advis able towards the furtherance of so desirable an object. . .'? _ .'. . . ''; .'. ? ,.? Sdly.— That a Conimittee be appointed for repeiv* iog spbscriptioris, fixtng on ft site for the Church, and other purposes connected there* with. 4thly...

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LAUNCH OF "THE THUNDERER." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

1 # _ 1 ? \ ? t-t '21 t~i I- i\ 1 1 t '? fi ..\ *t '-?? '* ^ ? *- *. ?- *J * 4». r, f .1 li , . , (, : - Thurfedayi (Septf. 22) ibein, g ihfesday *ppoin(;edi jfer.the1 lauocfejOT .^Thp T.hundererff ^nabfP&wAfy^ of;S4^nT-fe, from the hew, slip ?at Woolwich flofck yard, and the .opening of the Mew Basin, capable . of containing ten 'ships of tthe. largest class, the towu was crowded at an early hour with vi&Uftrs /rom London and the surroundiug country, and at jten o'clock, the gates of the Dock-yard were* ^thrown open to respectably-dressed persoDSi — |The river in front of Woolwich was covered with sailing- vessels and other boats, filled with com* - jpany : and in front of the slip from which the; ship was to, be launched, and adjoining the (entrance, several government steam and other vessels were fitted up in a tasteful manner for the reception of the company, and decorated with' the colours of all nations. When all the vessels jwere tndored in their proper places...

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ELLISTONIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

[?] f FfiOMnTUE SAXIBlsttl i '., ? „ ?- ? ?. ,? JSb^iSTptr, whije. peff,qrfflinfiin^ borough town, w*, belie ?e Sedfpra, {w#a, .unfaypu/ab\y; nefUffl/. ©naccoflttAof^nififSti^M^^ftfirt^filiehaUfak^^ «MteriMHb.(^riRUy jp^iU^ -fltt|e, j , Afyu; [ ,'nefborc. tl||tflf^-Ptt|)tirf-ftlAnfl«My^.ir^ MeB^,j|bei)op^uj|%,pt».a!a4r^g-)ffeiIW-, ♦- Iiadiee and— -ffenrtf roe«'^--said he, laying - no very' irJfling eWph^is -Jn the liilter,— *j1 heye befeft ^eaWff,' in this Xtdwii, fittft munilprib wti'ibh 1 am quite «hStdu6tbmed,''aHd-whtt-IV*reft«cit6 4flfi'i- riffe^ tiisWfd it u'^bn yob.' ? I stiniVnrtt vlfe^rit}e%in- fUl'tber trie 'riaKlckitiir fi'pecifK of inbUlt whichha^, be^nflVdisWtfcefulVoybuiil.' t S - ? ?»'«?? ? y*- Ay,' continued BUi6ton,^-» there Jt is; there isia repetition of thtf sanies vile confddCU ^I^haye been hiwdiri this town. It is'A disgrace of whicH yoo-wtll not easily get rid^'i '':J jurf* -..?.; vi^ '?-? ifH itiSf^fi^a^onSequejncej1? pursued] rlUieJiiJtrc- pid oratbr^M it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

WBi nALn.ln3U&VVl ? gf, -'/:tt:.i;V 3nnn9in'?iJ iilr®ii3i-8 Jft .ht:( ::??;.' r:- -s jn|Kb fa i H h fine fostrsuilinff .coppered ?W8* ^s/ iaD' cbpber ^mstenm sbip O^yfoAtn .|oii sin twA7R-& Ijuj: jil^i.i .bom-io'h 'f f^iiirtlog^Wpifc«fjpa8-Af«»; .«pp1f7to-fcfi*H?qot«; '^Pfcr-* Burthett^^ R^iMerr4i) ton«. jShe carr?** ft 1ar^»* cargo, aitd sails fast; P»f»/be «piit to gt^WSfffrw^ays. - f«r p&ttftaiBtf S|Tp!y to Hk Hat, on board. ITERMS-Ajprprbvla Kltcm ^m^ .«ffd .* moot**, ?;? ?*':'-' #Uh secttrity if required. ? ?? launceeton, gist FebTl83?T''' .?if A- iii-uoar.Sfe. %tiir 4h^-- iii'-^ i J A M J ? la TJIH^ .tmdewi^ped Iw^iog. commenced ; »i '^Niiif'bBaniwg^wilictbef ftb&ppy^ to supply the I'nMte with the best quality ol Llftif*1 jfone tibW ling per bushel} as a| the other Lim-5 iWotlib in ^bv sahte '^^iSbbourhtood. The above jQ^fri^i^-^iWS^-^t 4»ie.obtfi* Mo^tt^r RtTtHifeia arid GiuibNfcR- Gfijub; and ton l«»^ 1-!*M» MSove1 «tt-- D^ «W*sO»'h ^tttl-k^Hr...

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THE STATE OF INTELLECT IN VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

. i: ?:-..': jnof--;riiniljU?ft IiANO.. ; ,'- : ? -'. ;;r;; ; A oaaAEet-WNDCWT aignin^ timself *' Y' hai- jfawed u»s\^MUli fiiarery? long idlscontse opon. Ithis subject. We regret our limits prevent onr {giving it pttblicity'enffre, but' ntcestiiat non htbtt i^rm; and therefore^ puJr]friend m4»t excuse bur giving a mere review of, and extracts from, his valuable communication. _ ' . rf'' The pamphlet, for it cannot be called an arti cle, opens with a moral reflection upon the close of one year : and7 the comben'ceinent of another ; then follows a retrospekt' ol events during th« ' late, year, which, is succeeded by a ver- , high coiupliment: paid, to . .the ^' TaBmapian . §-tcif ty^f; introductory of the subject, which, after a j-ow ^ -1' Uiiis- -*- 0 .»??.?- .; UTi) -i!jic^V- ?- *u, ? ;j : ; -;:u .» erful exordium and sucpiiict definitions is opened *.'T.ii *'???'?* ??'?' ?- . - -: i * -T' n !;-?. lii *.?n:;ii i -?..? ?' '?; . thus :— i « The peculiar constmctbh 'of skciety inthis ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MARCH 7, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

[?] ! We nave been given to understand ithati Tamar, are about to be brought ckoMy u iderthe notice of tbe auffio§ili-@Hf^ct. in is notnSein~a1£Bady done: 'HilswrfeiJbii siper a wise and pftntftttiMbi^ich i^ uiuch td ^tJredit «r tbo«e tv!,o *rMH« i^- If evil wiiioh r^qufres tobe fitrodc at, ' ««p-' p98ing*n officer of »oy.dep*l-tnie0t)-obfea»ii sudttoij|ieilM4o be ai fca^%#fth^y «p%e^*5 * ? it; is useless to censure Aim. llytfir-» the .; |mn to his office, wbere! : the toendR^i shbuld - & measures, not men— not personB^nt jprio-,' ^ ^iplftSM* a-*naUid-Jal (ab«se inwyl-!&i\q0&; *iftftw aod fearlessly to la&h the government for the oondu^t -of its; wfficerff. ,By this rfteans we itaay^et'our-affeusesrfemovedi but'bj no blher* ?ji.-o ?-'* :)t:i~li ttltnVi laa I-'.*': '*l? '-???; ;/','' :'?: 5»tlw .*:?;!« i-,i';-'.' '} 5 ?':)?. ,'f'f* ,TT^i^v,;i » i-U. q Js ...:;:??; liWa vtouldiffito ftlfil the doty' which we d^'fdlW6t3r;*^^ew&'1iiiaX''rov#airh- ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

^Tb% P0i4 AoAtN— In cotiset)uence of thfe'eoin -tinucd and colpabie ;delay in the arrival of th«- - posj oiessenger jn . Lauhceston, we understaua that it Is proposed -as subscriptions are «k fill the go,' for the purpose of doping public works whiph ,,, ought to be flone. «;Mhe expense of the revenue cofiecied from the p^opfe,) to open a %ttbscrip- s tion, *or the purpose of *dvaRc1pg to the govern- - menu on loap, at ^moderate Interest) « sum uffi cient to p'rovKde the messen^Vr with a hrtt-^e, tak- ; iiig security oh the p'ost offiqefeVenoe, T^his pro nosition has originated in a desire to lighten tke ~ Cur.U. which th, ,xtrabrdin4.[^«Vrtia P«b lio Wdrk^at taubMstoDk entail Afflonfthhaovem- - i We TJii»K%U»tt a barrow or two might fee weflP ?' ii-mployctl eVer* inoWlnjr in Te««»ln^,tti*' dead i idoisincM^jfgftffift^Otfj-iulher toatlerat whick , ?#w«Pf toW8i i-ofW lUajlsty's ^ wibf^ti. rt ! would W ugood eunjlpymettt for BOfafi, . usel«8» } ; inembjers of the thainrgang. ? . ' ' ....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, MARCH 7, 1832. No arrivals or departures. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

^?^T^ippm(^^^a^c^.;. :??£ : ' tAUNeBSTONt MARCH 7, 1832?' ? ; - T ; / No arrivals or departures* Remaining — Barque, Princess Augu^ta.-noa^ing Wm London direct); brigs, HinaVndM^rq.CorawMks; choonere— Farewell, Mars, ah9 Henrljr,' ' ' i -Ci HOBART TOmSfMmCfk 3, 183$. . iff: »2 .Tgjtft HP l^^aSM W'^; f«-/--.uM' : m|{ Mr#iViiti« ? boa ^jt'B3afcn5(»'«si^'1.fj^i'' if ?'-??% \ Barley, ? «U*i*«rift *djfct«.t*-»1 b:-ul j Oats, ? vttf^M ? «-? ? ^ 6 : , 6 Flour, (b^t) p^ ewt 1.6s.pittoXPm^4#liI4» | ' ? - -,,^ZM^p 18fc ^rwfcV,,- ft ^t Barley, ? t* ??MfS^e .if r-dftn:n(I { Oats, ? *.... t) :??????

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WARWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

WARWICK RACES. ?' A$ the Warwick. Summer Assizes, (1831,) an action was broqght i-y Sir Mark Wood against M*. Atkins, the clerk of the Warwick race' firse, (6 recover the sum of ^600, the amo-dn( the Clay Stakes run for last year. It appeared that the plaintiff and a Mr. Beard* worth (the real .defendant in this action) were the owners of the two horses that bad come in first sod second fa the race for the Guy Stakes; ran at Warwick, on the 7th of September,, 183$./ Tfiere were thirty -one subscribers to these stakes,, of SO guineas ^adm, several of wjiona beca/me de faulters, and paid forfeit.; Nine horses, raw,; and the produce of ilbe, subscriptions aod. fori^itti, which amounted to nearly j£1QGG, had bfien paid, to Atkins, whose duty it was, as' clerk, otfche course, to receive , the subscriptions, and hand them over to the person whose ihorse was declared by the stewards to ? be the winner. Mr. Beards wbrth's horse, Birmingham tame in first, and. Sir Mark Wood's horse Cetus cam...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

r--;''.^.1:^*^^'-.'' Wne frofe'ffi? fco^ntrV foSM; atfd |A»|r-' iroaifl^ W^™111 vH»*e^nie ^ during the/pa^t we^^, ?fo-wWss mmr rareB,natiU tour little town m&y ? iTulttf^rhe ^eaihfetr'duHnf/ ^ster^a^Vwasweol pjt|$jB^^ highly^gmtifiid. tJAkan early hour the coWte'was r; .,? ,???? ?:?? *??.? ?'!?? ?;? * c-\-:

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