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MATCHES OF THE WEEK. GENTLEMEN v. PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. GENTLEMEN y. PLAYEHS. No match thia season has caused half as much excitement as the one between " the Gentlemen " and " the PJayere," which took place on the Melbourne ground on Saturday and on Boxing Day. Interesting as these coq tceis always are, a special importance was at facbed to the game in this instance from the fact that the teams had been selected with a view to bring, as nearly as possible, the best professional and amatenr cricketers in the colony into competition with each other. Opinions, of couree, will vary as to the merits of different men in the cricket-field, bat, taking them all in all, the Eleven selected to represent the Gentlemen could scarcely have been materially improved, and the Players included pretty nearly all the best professional talent. The respective teams were composed as follows '—The Gentlemen—Brown, V. Cameron, Conway, Gibson, Kelly, O'Brien, Phillips, Bees, Tail, Wardill, and Wills; and the Players—Boom, Bryant, Caffyn, Ch...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JANUARY. MONDAY, THE 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

JANUABT. MOMDAr, TBI 2md. Victorian Eleven v. next Eighteen, at Hel ton roe. Civil Service v. Richmond (second eleven), ■t Richmond. East Melbourne (second eleven) ▼. Emerald hill, At East Melbourne. Collingwood Commercial Clab Match. Harried v. Single of the Toorak Lodge of Oddfellows, at Malvern. Satobday, yhc 7th. M.C.C. v. Richmond, at Melbourne. East Melbourne v. St. Kilda, at St. Kilda. St. Kilda v. East Melbourne (second elevens), at East Melbourne. South Melbourne v. Civil Service, at Civil Service ground. South Melbourne v. Civil Service (second elerens), at South Park. Halvern-hill v. Collingwood Commercial, at Malvern-hill South Yarn v. Essendon, at Esseudon. Fawkner Park v. Emerald-hill, at Emerald hill. Albert ▼. Excelsior, on the Reserve at comer of Johnston and Brunswick streets, Fitzroy. Batusdat, thi 14th. M.C.C. v. Richmond, at Melbourne. East Melbourne v. St. Hilda, at St. Hilda. .St. Hilda v. East Melbourne (second elevens), at Hast Melbourne. South Melbourne v. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, DEC. 22. (Before his Hononr Mr. Justice Molesworth, and a Common Jury.) LABCENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Thubbpat, Dec. 22. (Before his Ilononr Mr. Josttoe Mbleeirottb, and a Common Jury.) L&BCEST. Louis Flschel was charged with having on the26th of September, fraudulently stolen the goods and moneys of a certain company for which he was agent. The information con* falafd five counts. The first, second, and third, charged the prisoner with "etealing certain jewellery, the property of his em •J-.— \rs^k>„l rinruln and nthaiw loyere, named Michael Curtain and others. The fourth with stealing the goods and chattels of the Equitable Loan Company. The fifth count charged him with stealing a gold watch, the property of one George Haydon. Mr. A damson, with whom were Mr, Daw son and Aspln&H, prosecuted: and the pri soner was defended by Mr. C. A- Smyth, with whom was Mr. W. It Wrixon. The Ceoks Prosecctob having stated the case, called .... James William Hines (examined by Mr. Dawson)—The witness stated that he was i secretary to the Equitable Loan Compan...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRICES OF SILK AT MILAN IN OCTOBER LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

PRICES OF SILK Aff MIL^N IN OCTOBER LAST, JU questions hire been, several times trans mitted to us as to the real market value at silk, we subjoin, tho, following liskoT the Italian and French prices foasarded. to ut by Mr. Martelli. The namea of the. several kinds, such as Stjafilati, Srome, &cn rettr to tha manner in which the silk lias, been reeled :— ^22** StraiiLWi taotw Rxfiuiu Andiurti prima vprtrm Vnuav buoua imctruui GregtfM cIam^ Milmuae Dopjrio Gregg* corm*te Itayylqbuooa4Utnr% .. 9->9tth Krlitii 16-*Snd 1442th Fr. n.ts 76J» ».0 «.0 OnrAiuitVEQeoTATOOTor 6il*< atLyon* 1600 I W.fl ] W1 ( 1648 OfcOAtfZlNL I Ft4 UtjietoonU traitttta «; lororo, Prwao medie; per kilo., 94-«6tb ..111—*.55 1H Beazda lavftEftti cm Fimudft, 24*86Ui ,Jir YJUKE. i BtUlU buonc ootJ trntin tt-Htit X>1 Ub» Uw»U Fnuwie* 40-45ttk OKEOOr^, DitalU br^cn^j rexttp 16 .ift?a tTHGUtoae t* An 4ro»,il-\8th Veoti'Mi VtfLondn, 10?—100 98—105 03—60 65—106 61—80 63-W;M—61 si—to i»—09 H-*>...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. APPELLATE JURISDICTION. OLD COURT HOUSE.—SATURDAY, DEC. 24. (Before their Honours the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. APPELLATE 3 DB18DIOTION. Old CouBT noDai.—SiTBEDLT, Dio. 21. (Before tbelr Honours the Chief Juitloe, Mr. JnBtice Barry, and Mr. Juitloe Wil liams.) The Court delivered judgment In the fol lowing casts, in which judgment had been reserved H0LE8W0RTB v. moleswohth. The Chief Justice delivered jadgment as follows:—" A petition hes boen presented by the wife for judicial separation, on the ground of cruelty. A cotdlng to her caset ebe had been improperly accused of intercourse with another petson-a suspicion .to that effect haviug fastened upon the repondent's mind— and, in consequence, a separation took place. The wife's statement is, that she never made any confession of adultery. She left the country, intercourse having taken place be tween her and her husband immediately before. She remained absent a certain time in England, and then she retained and claimed, not cohabitation, but an lncreaeel allowance. It appears to me that had the pe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. THE GUN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

open eousm THE GUN. TO TltK SDITOtt OF TUB APBTBAIiSIAN. Sir,—'Of ell sporting doge, none oan be brought to the emne perfection of training as the pointer; he is the easiee'. trained if used properly, but let him once get vicious, and he ie the hardest to break off. He may be taught to do many more things than point ; but the more various his training the less per fect will be bis principal instinct. The points of a well-bred pointer can bo seen in a high square head, full intelligent eye, narrow deep muzzle, short thick nose, strong muscular j limbs, thin loose skin, small whip tail, smooth sleek coat, and broad thin ears, with very little hair, and never any fringe on them. In choosing a pup from a litter only a few days old the best judge can only be guided by fancy —a proportionately small tail is, perhaps, the host sign to go by. As for looking for the intel ligent dog in the newly-pupped pup, there can he nothing more uncertain, as the organs to denote it are not yet developed...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EDUCATION IN VICTORIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

EDUCATION IN VICTORIA. TO TBB EDITOR OF THE A06TRALASIAJI. Sir,—I bare read in your paper of the lUth instant an article from yon on education in | Victoria. You estimate the annual cost of I each pnpil, including school fees, to amount to £4 7s. 9d. I think yon might make it more, but at this sum per head I think a j schoolmaster has a nice profitable billet, espe cially in thickly-populated districts, in spite of all the complaints they latety made about their being an injured class. Yon say that there might be 16,000 children more than there are at present attending school in the colony, which is, as you say, a lamentable deficiency, and which you principally attri bute to tbe natural Impediments of the coun try, and the character and apathy of the I people. Allow me to call your attention to another cause of this deficiency. Now T mean io say that this £106,035 of a Government grant is in a great measure turned over to pay for the education of the rich and not for the poor; for ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. WILLIAMSTOWN ARTILLERY CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. WILLIAilSTOWN ARTILLERY CORPS. Captain.—'Thomae Stewart Sargron.—John Wilkin*, lieutenant*.—1, 8. Bnaeell and W. C. fieea; acting lieutenant H. W. Douob. Non-oounnleeinned Officer*.—Knight, Mara ieo, Wool ridge, Percy, Wilkin*, Warne, Seddon, Biodle, and Gregory, ' Band-niMter.—8weetman. Bank and foe, 1M; tot*] abength, 170. Inriead of the "debing," Wlllianntowo wight well be c*ll«5 the "Tolunteer" Tillage. Oocupjrlng the poet of hononr—the portof danger—the volunteer apirit ha* bean ao etriklngly menUeeted In (he plaoe that at the preaent timet! it calmleted ih»t one oot o/etery four of lte adultmalee ie enrotted in the Naval Brigade or the Artillery Oorpt. Tbe town buaiwaya taken the laadluoon nexion with the volauteer movement. Here it waathattae jBMi^ttoMVjpfontearArtU letyOornpanywaeialaed. 0*ptaio,nowM*j»T, Tevdon w»e the oommancUr, bot,aahI( Par liamentary datle* lnrrreeaod,' hewa* a polled toleaea theWaaedementofhit oorpe to Ma two tleejtaoent (nor Cap tain) ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

The foUowtofMj»(U<>*<Jer, wbW»glfM the peoew^'lai^ti^/bt^^^ hMtwrajmUUbftf trrf • ■ ;•■? • Tin riliijli#^iii^«wfe*r-:« ewi^<iSSv!^^^^tu^r!S5rtla. pJXL ,- t ;,i f ..i,-4(55f.'"S'"-i . ■ ;'• V.t. •:/<•' i Th» ** *» u Mnotljrwwcrntafs*As*-;,--l :,. . •; „ ■- • ! Tbt J0Nw>i)«k> -BMpbiM,. iMaal^ 1 ' :, v : J ' . . ^ Kyneton, Costlemiiine, and Sandhurst Troops of (ho Prince of Wales Volunteer Light Horse, will leave their respective districts on Friday, the 30th lost., as already Intimated tn officers commanding troops. Tho Cavalry will march to Footscray at 9 rum. on Monday. The 1st and 2nd Bsltarat Hides will loivo Bnllarat at 6.15 a.iu. on Monday. The Ceelong Artillery will leave Geetong by the same train at 8.5 a.m. The Bendigo Rides will leave Sandhurst by a train at 7 a.m. The First Cutlemaiqe Bides and the Maldon division of tho Second CasUcmolno Rides will leave Castlemaine by the seme train at 7.60 sun.; and the Kyno ton dlrisi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PENTRIDGE RACES. MONDAY, DEC. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

PENTRIDGE RACES. Mosvlt, Die. 26. Stewards — Messrs. Keady, M'Guighan, Tonne, Grylls, Hughes, Dolling, Bea, Buzaglo, and Chapmans judge—Mr. Butaglo; clerk of the orane—Mr. Chapman: starter—Mr. Ben. Tint moon aim wootpaon pron, Of 10 son. The winner to be sold for £25. Wejjjht for age. Heats; about one mile and Mr. Young's ch g Pick Turpin, aged (West) 1 1 Mr. Oeffijer '« b m Lassie, aged ... 2 2 Mr. Youngs b g Lightfcot, aged ... 3 Both beats won easily. TBI BO HOUGH STHJCPLlCnaSE, Of 20 sots. Over about three miles. Tbe winner to be add, &c. Welter weights for age. Mr. Young's eh g Pick Turpin, aged (Weet) 1 Mr. Young's b g Lightfoot, aged 2 A Hack Bach, for a saddle and bridle, was won in three beats by Mr. M'Pheraon's Star of tb$3£sst.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

Skcohd Day.—Thursday. On the seooncl day the weather vu ae favourable, bat rather warmer, and everything passed off moat agreeably. The first race of the day, the Hopeful, proved, aa waa prog nosticated, agift to Mr. Wilson's fitly Miranda. There waa a good deal of betting on the Handirap, Ebor being decidedly the favourite, and he won even more easily than on the previous day. She £30, aeoond money, Call to Mr. M'Donald's Bellona, who ancoeeded in beating Musidora by two or three lengths. After this race, Ebor was becked for the Tasmanisn Champion Baee at somewhere about 100 to SO. Some little money waa | pulled off by thoee who had backed Ebor for the two Handieape, the odds being about 6 to 1. With the public, Musidora is such a favourite that it seemed they oould hardly ' behave in the reality and honesty of bar defeat, but die certainly did not run wdl. Wando, the winner of the Maiden Plate, also won the Hack Hurdle Baee, end was bought in by his owner at £28 over bis entered p...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS A PASTIMES. FULL COCK AND HALF COCK, (FROM BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

SPORTS A PASTIMES. FULL COCK AND HALF COCK, (nunc bell's iir nr lobdok.) A coneapcmdeut of Tkt Timet, in allusion to Captain Bpeke'a recent moet melancholy ao etdent, eeem* to be of opinion that meet of the fatal results under eimilar oircumstanoes arise from tbe practice on the part of eportamen of carrying their guns at full-cock, and strongly reoommenda afi incipient sportsmen to en- j dearour to habituate themselves to oeny their | guns on half-cock, putting their locks only on full-cock on the ruing of game before them. We differ entirely from thia opinion, for although we are ready to admit that many fatal aocidenta hare arisen from the locks having been at full-cock at the time of the undent, yet we do not believe that it arrived i to those who were in the habit of carrying their , guns at full-cook, for we make a wide distinc tion between the gun being at fall-cook know ingly or unknowingly. The man who is in the habit of carrying his gun at full-oook, in variably places it ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

CHILTERN RACES. lbs following nominations hive been re ceived for the Chittern Borough Elite Han dicap:— Mr. H. S. Bowler's b h lord Clyde, 6 yrs. Mr. M. Cusack's grg Huntsman, aged. Mr. J. Johnston's be Bushman,aged Mr. T. Beefs br g Uratoatoher, aged Mr. Bentley's b g Virgil, 4 yrs. Mr. B. Porter's b m Catherine Hayes, 5 yrs. Mr. 8. Porter's br g Creole, aged Mr. M. Cuaack's ch f Iaoline, 3 yrs. Mr. B. Warby'e br c Cicero, 4 yn. Mr. B. Warby's b g Donation, 6 yn. Mr. E. BotterQl's b g Albury, 4 yn. Mr. 8. G. Bowler's b m Sweetlipe, 5 yrs. Diktliqci* Back Mxetihg.—The com mittee appointed to further the Deniiiquin raoes met on Tuesday evening, at the Boyal. There was a very good attendance. Mr. Iron occupied the chair. It was resolved to invite eight gentlemen named to act as stewards, but it was thought advisable that no names should be published until stewards had agreed to act. Mr. Waring was appointed treasurer, Mr. -Tfojes starter, and Mr. J. Taylor clerk of the course. The fo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME [Corrections of or .additions to tbe subjoined list arc respectfully invited.] To-Dir. Victorian Eleven v. next Eighteen, on H.O.O. ground. Richmond (second eleven) ▼. Fawkner Park, at Richmond. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Hawthorn, at East Melbourne. CirU Service Departmental, at Civil Service gronnd. St. Hilda v. North Melbourne, at St. Hilda. Do. (second eleven*), at North Melbnerne. South Melbourne v. Prince of Ktla, at Colllngwood. Brnnawlck v. Alexandra, at Braniwick. South Yarm v. Malvern-hill, at Ualvern-hltl.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATICS. LEARMONTH REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

AQUATICS. LEABMONTH REGATTA. Tbe extra half-day's sports provided by the Uearmonth Begafcta Oub came off on Friday laat,andwasin every my successful. Owing to the unfavourable state of the weather at the annual meeting, held on the 25th Nov., several events arranged tor did not come of£ which enabled the committee to offer a very good programme for competition. The attendance was not large, but sufficient to enliven tbe eeene, a sprinkling of the fair sex adding con siderably thereto. The weather in the early part of the day looked threatening, and a few showers fell, but those merely laid the dust. Towards the afternoon, however, the weather cleared up, and a fine south-weeterly breeze set in, w hich was very favourable for the sailing match. There were seven entries for this event, but only six boats started, the Stag having been withdrawn. Mr. Brown's Mys tery was the favourite. At starting tbe Great Unknown took the lead, but she was soon overhauled by the Mystery, who took firs...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE V. LANARKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

OASTLEMAINE V. LANARKSHIRE. On Tuesday, the let Castlemalne Rifles provided ten men to fire at ibe local butts, In competition wllh ten of the 19th Lanark shire County Rifles, who, according to arrangement, would shoot at the same time at the butts of Ihotr battalion. It unfor tunately happened that a strong wind was blowing, and hence the shooting was ma terially interfered with. The results will he forwarded from both 8ootland and Victoria by the outgoing mall, and will be known to both side* in Hatch next. We snhjoin the scoring, premising that the match was five rounds, at 200,600, 700, and 000 yardsI Private Allessln... Private Rowlands Captain Coachman Corporal Cocksem Corporal Hare ... Private Stewart... Corporal Bythell Private J. Gain... Private MyrlngJ... Corporal Cairus...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Major-General Chnte and Colonel Ander son have anmnged the plant for the field-day, and there to no donbt hot that an tolerating and Instinctive day will be spent. The details of the operations are at present ] known only to the authorities, bat the feature of the proceedings, the point upon which the scheme to founded, to the forcing of the parage of the Saltwater Hirer. It to anticipated that 2,000 men will attend the review. Tor the particulars of the arrange ments made regarding the provisioning of the foroe, and for the hoar of departore of the virions corps, are most refer onr readers to the brigade orderto which wehave given publicity. Many of the Melbourne oompentes have dabbed together, and will join in a homely lunch on the ground. Thoee who have not provided for & mdvn in this way have the I satisfaction of knowing that Mr. T. Grim wood, the Volunteer caterer, will be on the ground. j Bnt little work has been done on the metropolitan drill gronnd...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

ENGLISH NOTES. An IntusnMsl committee has been formed of the com minding officer* of oorpe to pre sent a handsome teethnonfol to Colonel U'Knrdo, the inspecting field-officer of tbe volunteer force, whose tern of service ii about expiring. The Ooort of Lleo tenancy has ordered tbe diebsndisnnt of tbe tth City of London Bide Volunteer*, Crserally known M the Foreetoi' corps. Tbe company had for tome time been in as nnmUsfecton state. Its numbers had fallen below tbe minimum complement, and many of Its offioert bad aeot in migration* which could not be aooepted, owing to tbe uwtiled state of tbe finewow, Tbe Secre tary of State for War directed an inquiry, and tbe court, after das ootisWrntloc, resolved that tbe oorpe be disbanded, and It has been disbanded accordingly. In ttb Instance the crriteHlaHon of the volunteer movement had taken place rocnd a wrong centre. Tbe Forester* utterly failed In tbe attempt at military orgaalmtlop, sad all that could be done was to extinguish sootp* ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

NEW SOOTH WALES. IHTIUKiXIOSAl. RirtE MATCH. The re tern rifle match between renresents thm of the Sydney Battalion Volunteer Rifle* end the Beoond Hstito (Southampton) Battalion came off at tho Volanteer Rifle Ranee yerterdey afternoon. It may be tn the recollection of some of one xeadari that the first match an shot on the 14th May last. on which oocaalon tho twenty repreoen Utives of the Sydney battalion eooied an aggregate of 662 point* In Joly Captain Raymond received a letter from the *eotie man who acted ai omplra for the Sydney Volnnteen in Southampton, stating that the matobon that side wm ibot atabonttheaame time that it wae on »ht«. and that the number oi points tooted was 493. ThirgavetheSydaey men a victory by 169 point* The EngUab men asked for a return m*tcb,and this was shot on our tide yesterday. The conditions were twenty men a tide, each competitor to Are fifteen shot* five at each of tho ramooUve range*of800,600,and600yarJs. wUhBofield rifle*. In Hytbe position. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

INTERCOLONIAL TASMANIA Br the City of Lounoathm,we bin 7a muUo data to Dm 24th lait niZ» cmhm Mrminu of that dateuyi:-'"Abttr waa ncglrtd to the EoootiTS OmaWtt bom Mr. Hargrevee yeeterday, tmt they «ny jjnyrly f Mb it( OOOteOii fVUb, beyond elating a fact which alt will regal b hear-that Mr. HargraTcale vary m,nCalv wtoJj from liiliftt Weuadentasdtel one or two meobern of the ootnmlrtm n •boot to gay a rielt to Mm, and ate hire y» eided with akiUed nodical aid. asd elite attention hie caw enealnm Aftneiajnibrf cold baa been obtained by Mr. MoWi pub, nam n creek aiLong Swiuap, at the bote Mount Arikgr. The digger* bad to lid aboot four feet before they came to the «nk dtrt A» Md, tbe labour MntU to value of (te(3d obtained; bat if* tap body (of men wen employed in that fact Utytta would be certain to dieoortr ptybl ground. - .. Onradrioca&om Hobart Ton ate tote 23rd inxt. The Mercery of that data aeyii *rHif»rtrT manner; aod (Bo expeinok m*y now, therefor^ be looked npoe m t...

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