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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

PUBLIC NOTICE. TUIR undersigned, In'vinj rcHved tn ns'ign I business in pnrt at tlio cninnieiici'nient of the new year., lureby rcqiiestt nil parties in debted to iiim to pay tlicir acrouuu us early as possible. All dch'a outstanding in 3 month* ?froni M-iy -Ut., will bo sued for without further notice. ;?-?-,' , ?..;..? WILLIAM KENYON, . ,-? Saddler and Harness Maker. . '...-' William-strcct, Bathurst. 'April 30th, 185.. ORANGE GOLD, FIELDS. A MEETING- of. the inhabitants of the dis trict of Orange' is requested on Tuesda/ next, 4th of May, at Mr. Peisloy's Hotel, nt 2 p M., for tho purp.iso of taking steps for tlw proper prospecting various localities iu search oE Gold, .or offering a suitable reward for the dis covery of it, in such quantities as to yield an adequate remuneration for labour. Orange, 28tli April, 1852. NOTICE. I HEREBY give notice that I have appointed ?Mr. Thomas Smith, Saddler, of Wilriam street, Bathurst, to act as my agent,- ior tho col lection of amouuts duo ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To tlic Editor of the Bathnrst Free Press and Mining Journal. Sir— 'Wcro I to write you that a Murder is about to bo committed— yen, that sovcral mur ders will soon be perpetrated— wo naturally^ ns British subjects, but more especially as -professing Christians, suppose, that tho 'hno and cry' i would bo raised from ono end of tho District ill! tho other. AYcro I to assure you thnt, in all * H babijity, theso murders will bo nccompaniJyS special ntroeitics, methinks tho wholo w i5Ji would denounce you, if you did not civ jf« your author, and he his evidence. ? ° eH Well, sir, tho above supposition of contemrfPi tod and certain murder is not exnggerated—i -K^i true, and moreover, that which is abont mrSI deno, has already been dono in hundreds of W$ Stances, and in tho Bathurst district. ''En During tho last -week or two tho town has K- En more than ordinarily crowded with aborHii^liaj and I assumo thnt no one ever saw so lnr™'* T$M amount of hulf-casta child...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. CHEMISTRY. GENERAL PRINCIPLES.—COMBUSTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

ORIGINAL CONTRIJJUTION.1 . : CHEMISTRY. . ? GENERAL PRTNCiri,ES.— COMBDSTIOS. ? Tho instances in wliich case's of spontsnsj combustion of tho human body liavo occurredifl very rare, and from .this circumstance a gaKjJ disbelief prevails among tho scientific astoH possibility of such an occurronco being nawB Though it may bo doubted whether animates™ ter may not bo subject to tho laws of comta-M as much so as inanimate, yet under peculiar &? cumstances — certain it is that some lenrncdifl thorshave detailed particular cases wlicros« taneous. combustion had taken place on thoM sons of those who had been known to hareeB dulgod for many years in tho taking of tdwM drinks. Fodirfi, a celebrated author of seteM scientific works, relates a curious circumsWB an individual namel Bertoli, who was fofl alive, though presenting an appearance mudj sembling that of a person when struck by li|l ning ; still Eodiro affirmed tho fact of its «m spontaneous combustion by tho conclusive V denco...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. On the 21st ultimo the Magistrates of Bathurst assembled at the Court House for the transaction of the business of the Annual Licensing Day. There was a respectable matter of Worshipful gentlemen, and of course an extensive gathering of the licensed victualling community. As com- pared with the last meeting, the proceedings on this occasion were stale and uninteresting, and unless actuated by a most mischievous and ma- levolent spirit, or a disposition to play at nine pins with the reputations of their Worships, there was not half an opening for the perpetuation of a respectable label. On this occassion, therefore, and with a lively collection of past punishments, the editor deems it prudent to say "nothing about nobody," and so cheat the lawyers. In fu- ture he promises to behave himself like a decent christian and being of a timid nature ventures to express a hope, that if he should unintention- ally make a slip, his future antagonist,...

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TAMBAROORA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

TAMBAROORA. [From our own correspondent] It was with great pleasnre I perceived that you had taken up the cudgels for us with regard to the post office question, and I have little doubt   but that the appeals already made, and the Go- vernor-General's visit, will settle the matter. We have had beautiful weather since my last, cool at night, and not too warm for working in the day time. The want of rain will however soon be felt at the Dirt Hole, where a fresh supply would be seasonable. An annual licensing meeting of the magistrates was held here on the 20th instant. The magis- trates present were Mr. Commissioner Miller, and Mr. Templar, of Blackman's Swamp, when six licenses were granted; two for the Dirt Hole, and the remainder for this place and the Bald Ridge. It is to be hoped that the establishment of these licensed houses will put a stop to sly- grog-selling for the future. One of the appli- cants,.Mr. Lucas, having transferred his business from Sofala, has alre...

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LAST AMERICAN DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

LAST AMERICAN DOG STORY. ; The advantages of advertising are ad mirably illustrated in the following inci dent which we find recorded in the last Sandushy Democrat : Mr. Luke Horton, of South Eight street, keeps a dog called La Vega, an ill-favoured, fierce-eyed brute, whose un tidy habits and cross-grained temper cause him to be hell in detestation by thefESl ily in general, and by Mrs. HottOD-@r mistress, in particular. La Vega li'JBIi ever, is a great favourite with his mJii About a week ago Mrs. Horton betjlil exasperated on account of some n^H durable offence committed by La y|PP- and privately bargained with ao ol/B lector of soap fat named Abel Wins! who, fur a dollar fee, agreed totajlll dog off. and ' render him up ' into'iKi low, or otherwise relieve Mrs. IIorton|Bg| the annoyance of his presence. ffi§E Mr. Horlon, on coming home to&mfr inquired for La Vega, and was cliaRri«I, with the information that his troub|ejffi' pet had absconded. For some 'ViJBJf absence of...

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ENGLISH INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

?ENGLISH INTERFERENCE. The 'I'tines,' in an! elaborate article on the dost and ' inutijity' of English inlervcn tion in the affairs, of' btheiv';nations,saj's; the EngUih ought tpjtnow something about intervention, for thev have' had some expe rience.; We interfered in behalf :.of:.Roy ality and order in France. /;We have inter fered to deliver her and /Europe from anar chists and ' military: adventurers. We drove the French out of Sicily, and restored it to tlie '.King-of Naples. ;-;'.O,ur fleets gir ded the shores of Italy, and by that and other services we earned from the Pope the memorable declaration that George 1 II. was llie best of his subjects. , -We helped to drive jthe .-French out :6f Portugal and Spain. - ..More recently we have kept up a long course of interference in ? the affairs of the Peninsula, and have helped to set up two constitutional Queens. Russia, ? Aus tria, Prussia, and other Slates, have to thank us Tor, the immense subsidies, and- for other assistance; ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

0 llIGr LN A J, GO II LI ESPO N. J) Ji N U Ji. ^ To the Editor of the Bathurst Free ' Press and M ining Journal. Sir, — -That my position n3 -ono of-tho^six charged with ' contemptible trickery,' in, your leading' article Of Saturday last,' may bo 'fairly' laid before your renders, I have copied tlio follow ing from. -a memorandum -of the proceedings of tho Committee of Stewards appointed to present tho Turon Address : — : MEMORANDUM OF rROCEEDISGS OF COMMITTEE OH1 STEWARDS. Mr. Middlcton in the chair. ? Mr. W. Hardy (being admitted by courtesy into the Committee) submitted ithat tlio Address to His Excellency would stand better if the fol lowing words were omitted—' Although we may not r.s . a body aeqnicsce entirely in the policy of the gold regulations.' Mr. WhitelaW' objected to any alteration being made, and 'questioned whether the Committee might not be doult with criminally for such an act. ? After some considerable discussion, tho qncs ti n of right to niter tho Addivss was ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. A NEW PHASIS OF INTOLERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

'BRITISH EXTRACTS. .A NEW PHASIS OF INTOLERANCE. (From the Economi&t, Dec.) 'The Morning Chronicle reminds the work!, in order to siiport the favourito 6chcmo of providing industrial education for the people by the State, Chat Bishop Berkeley nsked in his Querist, 110 ^ears ago- ' Whether an academy of design ?jjfpuld not greatly conduce, to the perfecting the manufactures of law, carpets, and tapestry, among. ii3 ?— whether Trance and blunders could have dra'\vn so much money from England for figured silks, lace, &i\, :if they had not bad academics .for 'designing'?'-. Tor a Free Trade journal, tlic Bishop's question, framed on the old-fashioned notion of ? a wrong balance of trado drawing' money out of, the , country, is an unlucky quota tion. .-For the canso it is 'quoted to support, it is more damaging even than to the consistency of the Chronicle. Without an academy of design ': the English have so far surpassed the French,' that they now export silks, laco, rin...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

'SrUNEeNKW^ ;^-:: _ I'RODUCE CIRCULAR.. \ The nmonnt of wool offered at auction last Thursday, was rather'iargdr than usual,, nnd al though somo' of' tho lots wore withdrawn, being held for cxtreme-ratcs.'tho bulk went off at jn-ices fullv cniinl to those of the nrovious week;:Md. to' 14-Ad. being bid for wools of good quality,- where free from burr anrt seed. : It may notrbe,ont. of place hero to remark, that unless somo ; measures nro iin'mciliutelj' tnkon to prevent the spread of that great enemy, the burr, our flock o\vn: rs will have to snbmit to a serious ?yearly roiiuction in' the price of -their ? 'Staple, tho principal .buj'ers only purchasing burry woul at.a? lieayy reduction on 'what they would give if freo from burr, whilst many ; refuse to purchase it at all. Surely tho muro -intelligent of our settlers can devise some plan by which the evil can be stayed, if, not altogether overcome, and thereby 'save themselves an animal loss of at least two psucc, and in m.iny instan...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. . VICTORIA. ^omo idea ' of tho':. stato ? of ,fiocial .nnnycliy, in JPictoria may bo formed; from the: folio wing '.(ox*. ? tract from -a leading : article- -'of the ''^Melbourne 'jlrgus, .. .- ? -.-.. ,-: ,u; '? ? v . ; ? Despite the cant of those '.who attempt to cover down- the fire; and cry that all is pafo, we .assert tliat the. present condition of this colony is at once 'desperate and dis graceful. We believe that' there is.scarcely anything like it in the world; We have spoken .with those who have visited Cali fornia, and they all agree that in that so called lawless country, at its very worst ftagc, life and properly were more, secure than they now are here. Both they and other very intelligent mon do not hesitate to advocate the introduction of Lynch Law, as a vast improvement upon the present system. At this moment wo have letters lying in piles upoivour table,' urging us to become advocates of that code of wild and savage justice. Men who wish to share the...

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

PRICES CURRENT?, ? WOOL. 9. d. S. (1. Superior clips ? .'. 1 ' 3 to 1 4 1'air to good ? 1 li to 1 2} Low to middling ........... 1 0 -to 1- I Greaso ? *0 5k to 0 8 Locks, pieces, broken ) 0 ' x Q wool, &c. 5 llandwashed and scoured . . 0 1 1 to 1 0 -TAM.OW. - Hoof .......... £25 10 0 to 0 0 0 Mutton ? -:.£27- 0 0. to 0 0:0 Station tallow .. £22 0 0 to 24 0 0 Hides, each ? '.;.... 5s. to 7s. Cd. Sheepskins, y? lb ? 3^tl.toS^d. GOLD. Dust and nuggets, w oz., 37. 4s. Od. . THOMAS S. MORT. Circular Quay,. Sydney, April 23, 1852.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

WEEKLY OALENT-An. w w a It. M. H. 1 M. 'll. SI. JMay. 5 W. 6 . 39 '5 . 1 j 15 . G C I'll. 6 . ^40 '5 ? . 14 l(- . -- G 7 P. 6 '. 41 5 . 1317 '. G Y 8S 6 ? 42 5 . IS 18 . C f VOJJe.' 6 . 42 5 . 11 19 , G 10 M. 6 .42 5 . 11-20 ; 6 .V HJT. 6 . . 43 5 . 1021 . G

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOLD DIS ' COVERY. A few of onr townspeople have lately been dis cussing the propriety of eclobrating the anniver sary of the gold discovery by a general holiday, and something in the shape of a puLlic dinner, and it -has been suggested that the day of tho an nivcrsarv should bo that on which Mr. -Hnnrraves announced the discovery to tho public meeting at Mr. Arthur's— namely, 8th May. If tho propri ety of somo such annual recognition of an event which has already exercised so powerful an influ ence upon our social position, and ' which must yet produce immensa changes in our destiny, wo entirely concur j and in no portion of Australia au'rifera could such a movement bo mndo with so much appropriateness as in tho district -of Bath urst — tho seat of the ;. discovery. Onco started, wo doubt not but tho examplo of our littlo town would be copied throughout tho auriferous por tions 'of'-the colonies' of New Sjuth Wales and Victoria. As regards the day of the annivers...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. " MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1852. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA AND THE EDITOR OF THE" PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

?| MAGNA' KST( yERITAS BT ,1'R/IJVALKUIT.' ... -????? 1VKDNESDAY, MAY '5,-1352. - : ''- a'HBGpyERMOli-GENBRAL OF AUSTRA LIA AND THE EDITOR OF THE 'TE0: PLE'S ADVOCATE.'- j ?Jt:, is; a. well-known ; fact that tho' inspiration of laughing gas operates dffcrcntly on different con-; stitutiQns,; and ? that under its operation somo of the most prominent traits of individual character aro displayed. As indicative of. constitutional good naturo, ono man smiles— perhaps ' laughs; immoderately, or shows tho kindness of his heart in some other way'; another, in whom, phrenolo ; gicall V speaking, -. tho organ of langungo is fully developed, becomes vastly . loquacious, spouts and' speechifies j whilst a third, in whose cerebral ?dovelopcrabnt tho organ of combativenoss towers -above the rest; liko Mont Blanc over his brother 'Alps,' displays his bellicose nature by pugilistic . attacks upon ?: everybody and everything which ? ?comes within his reach. ' And thus wo might proceed through tho wh...

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COUNTRY NEWS. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

country news; ? MORETON, BAY. . ?; .' EtumunnT. — The following- letter np l|iii the Moreton Bay Free Press ! twjsir— I Imve ascertained from Ihe hlrvks M Mount Abundance,:Fitz Roy Downs rate of Dr. Leichliardt and hisjpnity |||e truth of what I am going to, slate.!: ||Ut tho least doubt, as they all agreed ?Bring Ihe same account seperately and efferent places. It appears the party of Mk men travelled but a short distance mji g the day, which gave the blacks an ii'limity of collecting in 'their . rear. \ ii! they thought themselves. stronir M -li, they rushed them in the night and M every ono, without losing a single Win Hit! attack. The ..glace n where, they -; ml murdered was -'oh the' bank of ,a large M culled Btindenibella,- bearing N.W. m Mount Abundance, about ten ... day's ?Roy, which I reckon to be about 150 to H nitcs. One of- the '/natives who .had Hj on tho spot offered to accompany: me ?pr, but I was unable to go with him, as I ?root the means. The bones of the mur Rjjf...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

SOUTH. AUSTRALIA. ( From the Argus.) We have Adelaide papers to the 15th instant. The deposits of gold at the- Assay Odice on the 13th instant, amounted (o 11,792 ozs. IS dwta. 22 grs., which, at £3 Us. icr oz.'is . . -. ? * . a. (i. ?Witf!li ? ..v. ....... ...40,107 0 0 And adding the total of ^previous' deposits, viz...... ....'.....,... 153,479 0 0 Gives a present total of... ? £193,580 0 0 Yesterday's deposits, it will be noticed, were again considerably in advances of any previous day's receipts ; but it 'must be remembered that last Friday was a dies t ;-.'. at the Assay Office.— Register. '' The T.iBGrsi.vnvE Council. — -/flie meeting of the Legislative' Council will be further prorogued ,»'e believe, to the 1st of Juno. ? . The GoVBitxoa — His Eseclloncy has left town on a visit to Mount: Remarkable, a part of the colony which he has never yet visited. . * , ?'? ;; The papers contain communications from South Australians at the Mount, wiiich, of course, are . only interestin...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

?-^-'??- /___ Bin' . ?-? GOLD CIRCULAR. ' Kiev The receipts of gold dust from tlio mlJBBi week have boon- much more important ?t^VE cort, by tho mails, nnd by private handi'il^Bng than 8000 ounces have reached Sydnev I'HI'i ?parcels wliich havo been .offered have iin'm'tiBcv found buyers nt G3s. 9d. to G4s. Snm.'MBm Banks have purchased at tho latter wflBp Tha intelligence from the diggings is inXHtv of a satisfactory character ; many panics .H:] ing exceedingly well, though from tln-f«^Hci their operations aro cirried on much inorcrl^B'' than in tho earlier progress of onr miuin4[^Dcr! try, it is extremely difficult to obtain nccVj^ff1 reliable information. Instances of tho disMB1' of valuable nuggets in tho western dkrwBKml been reported within the last f»w days!bMB'ls ccpt on such occasions when the sml^VHB ° fortune of some lucky digger outweighs t.lB|t. cretion, thero is, allthrough the mines, tlg|^H-ui taciturnity, with regard to tho success oft^B' duals and parties. This is o...

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. Thursday, April, 29, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

MR. MOllT'S PRODUCE SALE. TiitJKSDAT, Apui l, 29, 1 852 . T. and Co.; 1 bale .:brccch,.at Gid j A,;l balo washed, at 8id ; UH, 5 grease, nt Gj'd.j 7, lambs nt 8£d ; DW, 5 greasy, nt 6.^d ; G, 2 locks nnU black fleece, at 9jd ; 1 skin nt lljd ; T, 2 fle^v.0, atlOd; C, 3 ditto, at.lljd ; PC, 49 ditto, nt 14^d ; X, 7 ditto, nt 12-M ; B over ), 11 at 12jdj CxC, 3 ' broken, nt Ojd j B, 1 handwnshed, at 9jd ; 0, 2 greasy and locks, at 2jd ; 13 greasy fleece, at 5 jd ; UR, 1 fleece, at l-Ul j 1 black and fleece, 9^d ; B, 5 fleece at 13^1; ^B, 5 flggce, nt — — — ^ssgaa,- 13d; 15atl23d;.JPconjuined, 8 nl, JHr' 6 at 13^d ; GB in diamond, 2 stcJ. 3lBi overS, 2 mixed at 8id j PC, i c L^'Hfji 7Jd; C, 1 locks and' fleece, at 7.1, Pi,« flecco at- 13d ; B in heart, 13 nt liu,,1 ''ffij- lid ; Bin heart, 1 locks at 7d ? Jim. at '7M ; S, 3 -at lljd i bundle' St;;l,WE^ ?ditto ditto, nt 3Sd j 5 dittd at5d ? s, 'Hk lot ditto at s|d ; lot ditto nt id' ^K ditto at aid ; 1 1 ditttf, 4|d j lot dttto, 4]H» di...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

SYDNEY MARKETS. a CT ,K _Mr. R. 0. Burt's .sales for the i1''';. Intro n-imlierod 76 hand viz. :-10 at S' ''?'.? ,,r IVO'II 3i t0 £'°'ll-h: 3Gllt Pr'CeS ml:i i'tr^o i/o icli Tlis P «f Jour months oftho if' !,','? htve shown u demand' fur horsos to » V lc tho extent ot liw.reiiuivuiiiBiiis i»r fi: '''',!,„., uariods of previous -year* ... This is Sf'Wtnbutablo to tho increased inland Iraf » I l,n Urge circulation of money amongst ^' orders, caused by tho gold discoveries. | ''touuls'havo also increased, more private ?? W- t « ' kept,' an increased city truffle, com- . WiJS1-?' f ,lv. t][0 saino mumher for shipments, i ^SSandins tho high price cf fodder and »& to maintain a largo consumption of horses ^in'erciisa tho prices of animals well bred and #ect!y Wi««| Br wn- 10Q llC(l(, . 550 lb3. ®*% Sullivan , Tlousol 95 hoad, 700 lbs., Etfcdcnnd Argent; Bank; 240 head.'GOO XI \f 11 W Nenlo and Davis ; Eccleston, 52 Hi BJ3 lbs' at £l 15s., Sullivan j Burdokin, i'j „. £i 103., Sulli...

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