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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

STJDA.M TO 3ICE.aOÏJItl»'E. *\ - Tim T.S N. Co's Steam ship <$r%j^City of Ttoimvt win "^Msä: leave for Melbourne Siiííll'iln^, the 12th instant. Chaut rs Toni, Manager T.S N. Co Old Wharf, 6 M vy, 053, i Tsák THE T-SN" Cos Stcftll',fhip VJr^O^k TaS»na»ia will leave for ^2eî3Ï32S35» S J 4Ï n O y on or about TUOSOtiy, the lath m>tant. Chaiilfs Tout, r Manager, T S.N. Co Old Wharf,. 5th May, 1855. HENRIETTA, FOR SYDNEY. THE above vessel, having most sM^of her cargo engaged, will posi "*" .tively sail on TUESDAY morn- ing. Has room for a few cabin passengers only. , . Gilles Bros. New Wharf, May 4. jju F0R MELBOURNE Direct. /f&f^THE fine first class brigantine ££3& SiUMIISMIA. W. hhephcard, master, - tons register, will positively sail for the above port on TO-MORROW. For freight or pas- sage apply to .Captain Shephcard on board or to Henry Lipscombe. Hobart Town, May 1. NOTICE. ¡His STEAMER MIMOSA. rriIE Public aro îespectftilly intoimed -L the Eastern Coa...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

Ii. G C Aï. NEWS. ~MAYorn'a CotinT.-The usual sitting of this Ccurt did not take place on Friday morning, but "?was postponed to Monday (this day), at 11 o'clock, when some infoi mations will bo disposed of. . Insolvent Court.-On Friday, the Commis- sioner sat (by adjournment) at 10 o'clock, in ordei «toprooced in the investigation of Captain Cooky's .insolvency.' Notliing, however, was done, and the meeting was fuither adjourned till Tiuirsday, the »17th instant. The Convicts of Van DiEarEN's Land. 'From an official colonial document which we have received, it maybe calculated that, by the begin- ning of tho yew 185C, thorc will not be one pri- soner of the crown in Van Dicmen's Land. Qn the 1st of August last, 10,17t convicts weie earn- ing their own livelihood, and 3282 were maintained by Government, making a total of 13,456 convicts of both sexes. Of those it has been estimated that ol0,000 will be released from their conv'ct condition by the 1st of April, 18Sö,and that on that ...

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The Hobarton Mercury. MONDAY MORNING, 7th MAY, 1855. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

?Ue ftobïxvton f&evtwca. MONDAY MORNING, 7th MAY, 1855. No. II. CiiASS-Lr-aisTATiotf, which in the instance adverted to in the commencement* of our former .article, was a .national concession' made to a,c1 ass for the purchase of a national benefit, when once applied to party purposes, and thereby losing ita national character, becomes an accursed engine of impolicy aud crueUy, Pat ty | spirit is at ¡ill- times a curre : it ia the grand antagonist of gérerai freedom ; the perpëïuator of class-distinctions': and, in truth tlic father of cla&sJcgislation. But it io over an indication of illibciajity and weakness. Truth rests on very broad, foundations, but no' man can love the truth whoso mind, is not enlarged,, his understanding cultivated to discern its excellency, and his spirit effectually en- franchised. In every public assembly, legialatorial or otherwise, there is invari- ably a large infusion of slavish ignoranco _ and selfish narrowness. When men of this stamp...

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PALTRY EXHIBITION OF SNOBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

paltry exhibition op . síí obb'e.r'v,. Thekb ' arc in society r certain Masonic indications by which every cultivated man knows almost intuitively when he has fallen into the company of a gentleman. And no less certainly, in the political world, there ai;c unmistakable signs whereby we may read the times, and form our estimate of political character. ! ,n Wc find in the invitations to the Govern- ment Ball, Sjr Henry Young has included the Mayor and Town-Clerk, but excluded the City Aldermen. Wc cannot but look upon this as one of the signs of the times : -we cannot but draw from it an unfa\]Qur_ able opinion of the atmosphere of ,Govern mcut-Housc. ;For, ,as this is a Govern- ment Bull and nqfc a mere private party of personal friends, wc have a right to reason upon it aminori ad majora; from a cir cumstanc» in itself petty wc draw conclu - ,i sions upon larger matters. . > One of the most marked characteristics of ii gentleman of unquestionable standing, is freedom from all ass...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

# iiipjiinjl jkpnrt . .»KtUVALS Ma\ 4-Schooner Gem, 12Q ton«. Baker, from Melbourne, A/ml 25. m balhst/ Passengers Messis IticJMids, Risby, Toole, Sirs. Toole. Stcei agc- II. Jicadng. * _í-Brig Jane, 150 rons, Dall, from Mel- bourne. Agent-C. Lovett .-4-Schooner Red Rover, 90 tons, Lead«eil, /loin Melbourne. Agents - Gilles, Brothers. ^.^.Dfci'AitaunEs. May Í.-Schooner- i'lyijig.JSquiTrel, 90 ton's, Walker, foi Geelong Passengers-Messis. Shoit, Elli», Gouch, G. Read, and D Hebden, Mesdames Short, Ellis, and Gooch, Miss s Shoi , Ellis, E. Gilles, G. Gouch, and J. Gouch Steu.igc-Win. Blown, Isaac Grceunwny, W. IJjough -4-Schooner Smf, 123 tons, Abbott, for Valpaiaiso, in hall ist. -4-Schooner Biothers, C2 tons, Marr, for L luuccston. -5-Barque Pet, 278 lons, Campbell, for Mauritius, with sundiies, -5-Schooner Surf, 123 tons, Abbott, foi Valparaiso, with sundries. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. lMPpnTs. Per Brig Jane, fiom Melbourne-C9 water casks 19 coils rope, 12 oars-Ordet. Per Schoonei Red R...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS, Munay-street, Hobarton, « WILL OPEN THIS EVENING» ,7th of May, 1855, "WITH the BEAUTIFUL STUD of HORSES, And Lilliputian PONIES, Admired alike for their Symmetiyand high tests of Ti arning. Mr Henry Burton in introducing his company to the gentiy and inhabitants of Hobarton, feels much pleasure in announcing that each pcifouneris an artiste, and that each performance produced in ' the Circle will bo of that high oidor of manly dar- ing combined with classical delinialions and giace iul achievements, which le trusts will give at least, sitibfdction to the most .fastidious. 'To the heads .of families Mr Burton begs to stale that the Diess .Circle .md Boxes will be fitted in a manner to cu- sin e their comfort when they favour bim with a visit, and that neither w«rd or gesture will bo in tioduced calculated to offend the eai of innocence or cause a blush upon t) e cheek of beaut; . To the elite and to the million, Mr. Burton confdontly asseits that from his lo...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.   We are in receipt of a file of the "Perth En-   quirer," to the 27th March, from, which we tran- scribe the following intelligence, relative to that interesting settlement. The new Governor, Ken- nedy, was expected to reach that colony by the stag, convict ship. In alluding to the expected ar- rival of his Excellency, the enquirer says : - " Governor Kennedy may be expected in the course of a month; therefore, if our present Go- vernor intends calling the Legislative Council to- gether before his departure, he has not any time to lose. We are of opinion that he should do so,     otherwise he places his successor and himself in an unpleasant position, as, if the former disapproves of the measures now intended to be placed before Council, he has the inviduous task of nullifying the intentions of the latter ; and on the other hand, if he approves of them by their being settled prior to his taking the administratio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

TMBART TOWN & Lanoeestou MARING Insuranca ö Company Capital «0,800 EhtaMisliid lbJ(, Office Stone buildings. Hobart To« n ' Director« Askln Morrison « I Henry Hopkins AU» «rd Goldsmith 1 Tuomas Giblin John Foster Thomas Macdowell, Manager *~ Mlchaul iiVnns, Accountant John Dobson, Solicitor j Andrew líale. Surveyor Agent at Launceston, John Munro W Humlker, Ski «¡/or /«.«I a( Jl/ittoui ne-James Raven, Collins-street Affe«« ai Geelong-Thomas Üglh y Agent of Jdetoidfl-MesarB. r J Ucek&Co ¿«nts o« iowfcm-Mcssrs Fenwick. Laroche and Co, * St jtfaryat Hill , THI9 COMPANY having mau« arrangements for tlie »aymont in London of claims for loss or uverageon policies effected by them to England, are no« prepare.J to Issue polIclf«pi>abl« In London if required, the same being eran ted intiipllcnto, T Mao Dowk'I. Manager TASMANIAN Fire and Life Iusuranoo Company Capita £02,300 Established in the year 1S35. Oßce, Stone Buildings, Maeguark-street, Hobart Toan. OIREOTOBS. Henry ...

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. In the House of Lords on the 1st of February, tho Earl of Aberdeen rose and «aid that, after the vote of the House of Commons, on Monday, Her Majesty's Ministers resolved to place their resigna- tions in tho hands of the Queen, and her Majesty had been graciously pleased to accept of the same. They therefore only held office until their succossora were appointed. Although her Majesty's Minis- ters rfed opposed the motion of Mr Roebuck as being unconstitusional in itself, it was not their desire to oppose any inquiry into their conduct. He behoved that an impartial inquiry would establish those facts : that no indifference to the wants of our army in the Crimea had ever existed in the inindt of her Majesty's Government : and that no exertions had been spared to supply the wants and to-maintain the efficiency of our tioops in the Crimea. He thought that tho Duke of Newcastle had met with great injustice. It waa impossible for any Minister to exceed the noble Duke ...

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MAYOR'S COURT. Before His Worship the Mayor and Mr. Kilburn. MONDAY, 7TH MAY. 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

MAYOR'S COURT. Before His' Worship the Mayor and Mr. Kilburn., [ > Monday, 7th Mat. 1855. The following informations were heard and disposed of. ' ; Fane v. Brittain.-This was on information by' the CitV Inspector against Henry Brittain, 'churgiug him with causing to lie placed some filth or rubbish on the footway in Collins street, on the 25th April, whereby he caused a nuisance to the neighbours. He was fined 10?. and costs. i Fane v. lliithrull.-This was an. information against John Hathrall, fishmonger, charging him »ith having caused to-be thrown into the Hobart Town rivulet, on the 3rd of'May, cer- tain lubbish,-to wit, ashes and sheila. He was fined 03. and costs. Fane v. Maddock.-This was on informa- tion against Samuel Maddock, charging him with suireiingotie animal,-to wit, one pic to be at large in Brisbane-street. He was lined 5sj and costs. Fane v. Druin.-This was an information against Terry Drum, charging him with neg- lecting to ki'cp his yard and ways clean, on r...

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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. (From the Morning Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. (From the Morning Chronicle) It is rumoured that Lord John Russell had had the option of trjiiig to form a Ministry. If he succeeds, farewell to the public morality in England,,and should he, sp lnuch/a s make the attempt he will lose another large hlicc of his remains of political 'reputation. Jf he ii really anxious fur the.vigorous prosecution of the war with a view to an honourable pence, lie will do-all'that in him lies to promote the sheedy formation of a Government under Lord ' Lansdowne, Lord Palmerston, or Lord .Clarendon. The advantage of having Lord Palmerston for Prime Minister would he, that we should thereby secure the services of Lord Grey in the VVar.OfBce, and avoid overweighting the noble viscount, who would be sufficiently occupied in leadingthe House of Commons, without having to reconstruct a department and discharge its complicated und laborious duties.' Moreover, the people havo obviously set their hearts upon the appointment, and they ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ITALY. The greatest activity has prevailed of late in the military arsenal in Turin. On the 19th tilt., IO Minie rifles were distributed to every company of the gai rison. A, similar distribu- tion was also to take place among the different coi ps of the army in the provinces. No com- munication had been addressed to colonels of reuiments relative to the expedition to the Crimea, but preparation» were actively pro- ceeding, and warm clothing was being mode up with all possible haste tor the soldiers. A. few days before a'deputution of officers waited on the Minister of War, and requested to form a part of the expedition. The Minister re- plied that they need not he afraid of wanting opportunities to distinguish themselves, and ref'ommende«! ti,°m not to be too impatient. A letter from Rome, dated lOih January, says-At the hist consistoriuin, the Pope stated that nil his advice, exhortations, nnd notes to the King of ¡Sardinia and his Ministry hud proved fruitle...

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ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

! ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY QF TASMANIA. TpIIE SECOND EXHIBITION of the J- above Society wjll be hold in the NEW MARKET, on the 24th MAY. Doors open to the Public from 12 A, M. to 4 p.m. Admission to'non-subscribers Is. Children under 12 years of ago half-price. Any person on the payment of 10s. to be considered a member for the year. REGULATIONS. 1.-The Judges will bo empowered'to withhold or modify the prizes in any of the classes in which specimens nie of infenor quality ¡ also to recom- mend additional prize* for specimens of extra me- rit; and their decision in all cases to be final. '' '¿.-All specimens must he the property of tho exhibitor ¡ and the discovery of any false state- ments of proprietorship of the specimens or their ages or otherwise will nallify all olaims on the promotcis of the Exhibition. 3.-The ages of the Chickens must be accurately stated ; and it is desirable that the ages of the spe- cimens should be stated as far as known. 4.-All specimens must be named wit...

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Commercial Intelligence MELBOURNE May 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

«?I«ÄT1fivtr!tfsntfe jua«« !iv ioY/; liJÍvf .hï ¿r .., _...i" »: -,;, »...WÇ,l<$?utt-NE May 4th. Tft'ë'prîcé'of "goliTI-ëinnins at'£3 14s 6d. with scarcly nny ' bpsiness doing. The 8W#î4ihef"T d'ty 7"8¡ vuryTiiiilnbTlie first ony of its operation, nnii^Ä^Ißel^ÄL Another Red ^acleÎWP'wbWafoid a welcome haul to th customs' collectors,-1-the duty now payable on such u cargo exceeding £Í7,-tnm; ' Dight's MilfsJATilt«'flour, £43 per ton; seconds, £41 do. ; Gallego, £45 í bran, 4s. per bushel ; wheatjfeojjght at l<ls. to 16s.~ LONDON MARKETS. Fr^íívy*.-OiWMftSiït Traue ' was somewhat stea- dier this morning, ncaiIy*Hte\wholc of the English whoet left over from Monday's market having been I disposed of more ifK)(ly,}l'Í4¿L0n that dnv, ut prices | wiiioh weie scarcely then ohtainahlc. Foreign was only .¡R^^i»?^^óV^ms^(l>iJJllt, holders were much fume^^odJj>>iy.cM,|coa}{l¡ ntájMipply themselves on as goöfter-ns as yâfo.fei r The qnotations of flpur remailt'ffnl...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

Sliippiug Htp-irt SAooner Mary" Ann, 437 tons, Gi aves, Allerl:, with cattle and sheep. liifmeY Eclipse, ISO tons, White, from ith sheep and cattle.1 ner Cecilia, with coal from Doug ner Marion, l63 tons, Mac Lean. 5ne, 4-h instant. Passengers-Mr Littleton, Mr and Mi s Meredith nnd child, Rev ftfl'JfttlTlT""jiM'' Clark, Mr Marsh. Steeuiso 3 rank and file 99th regiment, one prisonei, three adults. , - r-, - 8-j-iJetM S. Page, from' Port Albert with cattle. CLlAUrD OUT. May 7-Schooner Henrietta, 150 tons, Devine, for Sydney. »dftMrengcrs- Mrs Rosh,Mr A Young. Steerage-Biidgct Sauce (2), Maigaret Cleary, Jïiriës *OTôiiïson and son, James Watkins, John Hogan, DanidoCostello, John Tongue, Richard Barton, John Sievcwiight, James Madden, Win S!e\\mrtt.R fipvlo, John Travers. 7-Schooner liuphemi.i, 150 tons, Shepherd, for Melboyuif., .Passengers-Air and Mrs Munt/, Mrs HfWy,*Mf8 Lnng, Mr and Mrs Leek. Mr Valian't.-MxaoAMis Seal. Steerage-Bcniamiu \i¿ Peace, James Nicholls, David Sinking. CVI...

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POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate. Monday, 7th May, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate., Monday, 7th May, 1855. There were twenty-six cases on the sheet, comprising the free and the bond, from which we make the following selections. Drunkards' List. - Catherine Wylan, Mary Mitchell, James Cain, James Kennedy, John Chamberlain, Alfred Marshall, and Thomas Jones, were each fined £1; Ellen Muir, t.l.,   £1; William Linnum, p.h.. sentenced to two   months imprisonment with hard labour. Out after hours. James Fitzpatrick, p h., a tailor by trade, in the service of the Govern- ment at the Cascade Factory, was charged with being out after hours at eleven o'clock on Sunday night. The prisoner said he had met an old friend in whose company the time passed so' pleasantly that he took no note of   it; this, he said was his first offence, and hoped the circumsumce would be favourably considered; he was sentenced to three days     solitary confinement. James Moore, t....

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PUBLICANS' LICENSES. TRANSFER DAY. Before Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairmin, the Chief Police Magistrate, Messrs, Barnard, Forster, and Garrett. MONDAY, 7TH MAY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

PUBLICANS' LICENSES. TRANSFER DAY. Before Joseph Hone, Esq.. Chairman, the Chief Police Magistrate, Messrs. Barnard, Forster, and Garrett. Monday, 7th May, 1855.     The Justices met this morning at 10 o'clock at the Police Office, for the purpose of hearing and determining the applications for the Transfer of Licenses, and other incidental busi- ness in reference to the Licensing Act ; the following transfers were allowed - To George Banning, from George Wickins, the Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray-street. To James Bowdell, from James Newton,   the Crown and Anchor, New Town. To George Chase and Samuel Chase, from Robert Wilkinson, the Duchess of Keut, Col- lins-street. To John Talbot Cockram, from William Guest, the Butchers' Arms, Argyle-street, To William Cousins, from John Thomas, the Ordnance Arms, Liverpool-street. To John Guest, from Henry Edmonds, the Rainbow, Liverpool-street.   To James Newton, from Charles Wright, the Br...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

, TUB TASMANIAN DAILY NEWS , i ' Will be published On MONDAY NEXT, the 14th hist. rriiE Advertising Office is completed, and .li is now open for receiving advertise- ments, &c. , Advertisements - 16 words, one shilling ; one inch of «twee; two shillings; every ad- ditional inch," one «hilling and sixpence. Subscsifttioas--Annual, cady *2 ; credit, £t los.; «ofile copy, 34. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE. ' FOUNDBD MC 1827. Fpn Instruction in tho Piinciples of trie Arts and in aU Branches of Science and 'Useful Knowledge. Patron : Sir H. K. P. Youno, K. N. T. The Committee of Managers of the Van Dieiuen's. Land Mechanic's Institute have' great pleasure ia stating to the members and the public generally, that the following gentlemen bave already promised their valuable asistance at the lecture table during the present session :- , The Rev. J Lillie, D.D., President. E. S P. Bedford, Eso,., Vice President. E. S. Hall, Esq., Vice President. The Venerable the Achdeacon Da...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

LOCAL HEWS. To oust Rr.ADins.-The great anxietv whieh naturally prevails to receive the fullest English intelligence has, induced us to omit our usual lead- ing and local matter) in our next, however, we sholl amply supply the omission. ' ExCLVSIVENEBS AT GoVEnNMEltT-IfoUSR. It gives us unalloyed satisfaction to'hear that the most praise-worthy exertions are being made to render the parties at Government House of the most exclusive and recinche description, and thal only the very purest aristocracy are to be invited. We.rejoice at this for two rearons ; first, bee,iuse a tono will be given to our society by the "exclusion of all those whose position, character, and conduct do not como" up to the exacted standard of Sir Henry Young'» aristocratie morality ¡ and second- ly, beeauee it will enable nt§ >after the Ball pn the; Queen's'Birthdav is over, to enter into a. Bingra, phieal History, interspersed with personal anec- dote's, of the Lives and Adventures of a few of those ladies...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

STEAM-BOAT MONARCH, AND) COACH MONARCH. . .Speed, Safety, and Ckeapnesê. MESSRS. BROWN & THOMSON, being determined to render the tra« veiling of passengers and, the transît of Íoóds to and from Hobart Town and Ireen Ponds, the speediest, safest, and cheapest line in the Australian Colonies, beg to notify that, on and from the 9th instant, their New Coach, MONARCH, which has,been built expressly for she, comfort ana jçpnvpnience of their support- ' era, will be pintea on the Jme of road be- tween Bridgewater and Green Ponds,' and that, on< aid ..from th&Vdate, all persons Ïroceedtag er-re'turning to and from Green 'onds and Hobart Town," on the payment of 4b., will be entitled toan ¡aside place in the coach to Bridgewater, and a cabin pas ange in the steam- host to or from Hobart Town ; and oil persons, on the payment of -3s., will be entitled to the same convey- ance outside the coach, and in the steer- age of the boat, Those who prefer the coach from Gree...

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