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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

MARRIED.   At Parramatta, by special license, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. H. R. Gilchrist, David Lindsay Waugh, Esq., Illawarra, to Isabella only daughter of the late Robert Hope, Esq., Rox- burghshire, Scotland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SETTLERS' PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

SETTLERS' PRICE CURRENT. Wheat-In 'demand, at from Os. Gd. to 7s. 2d. per bushel, Vcárying as to sample. Flour-Tho mill quotations are, £17 and £18 per ton for fine flour ; . and stocks on hand very bare. Maize-The best samples aro worth about 3s. per bushel. . English Barley, possessing malting qualities, is in demand. , Cape do. is more in demand. Hay-Plentiful, varying from £210s. to £3 10s. por ton. Butter has slightly declined ; lOd. to ls. aro tho present prices. Cheese-Scarce, and in demand. Bacon and Hams-Well-cured, in groat demand. Eggs-Aro worth about 9d. per dozen. Fat Piers in good condition and small sizes sell vory readily. Calves-Nominal. Sheep-Plentiful. Bullocks-The market is well supplied; but prime ones arc saleable. Tallow-In demand for shipment ; very little offering for sale. Hides-Well-cured and largo sizes, sell readily at about Id.'pbr lb. . , Tobacco-Sales improving and prices firm. HENRY FERRIS, Gommission-ngcnt, Pitt-street. April 4, 1851.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUOE CIROULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

COMMERCIAL INTBLtIÓBWCB, i .Thá transactions (n wool buring the week hare * been but trifling, I have no alteration to nota in , prices ; all descriptions move off readily at full rates. Tallow is scarce, and for good mutton very j high prices have been given, tho Chandlers being < quite bare. Sheepskins and Hides aro read/ of ' sale at a trifling advance. '-, The following is the result of my sale by auction . *'16^ bales, scoured. HH, 17fd4 ;\7 bales, SR, 15d. ; 8 bales,' hand washed, RF, ,10d. ; 7 bales, * TC. 14}d¿ ; 4'baïes, broken and fleece, F and F, 12*d. ; 6 biles, G, Hld. ; 2 . bales, TI, lOJd. ; 2 bales, K'arid Oo., 14}d.' ; 2 ' bales, fleece and pieces, BA, Hid. ; 2 bales, slipewool, CS, 12*d- ; 8 bales, LS> -Iffd, ; 3 bàlès/'NC, 15Jd. j 3 bales, scoured, mattie mark; lSfd! ; 2 bales, lambs^ samé roarke loid;' ''bales',-" pi'éces,* O, Oíd. ; 3 bales, broken,' KH, 0}d. ; 2 bales, skin,. S, 12Jd. ; 2 'bales, 0,18Jd. ; 14 bales, broókwashed, V, lOJd. ; 10 bale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

Íjltíft;; SALE, .by; tb« ¥Ä§i$«f, »í 'Çbatpu^ni;' ¡Apple scoop's Fancy bandies; áw. , fitflNAWABE Tlies; .varions' . . SoemVbottles"' Pomatum pots .. . Figure ornaments Pouts "Water bottles . Cream ewers Flowerpots, .Toy dinner sets M*tch pots CABINET WARE. Ronowood workboxes Richly bullied ditto, sa- tin lined Roíiowóod writing desks Brass-bound ditto ditto Ditto mahogany ditto Chess boards, various Money boxes, rosewood . »lid mahogany Oribbago boards .Toy chests of drawers Bagatelle boards gentlemen's oases Ladiea'ditto tHove boxes dressing BRUSHES. Sil vcr wire tooth brushes, very superior Ivory-handled ditto X*il and shaving brushes Cloth and hat ditto, (lomb and infants' hair ditto Hair brushes, a great va- riety of patterns flesh' ditto Vaste and crumb brushes «fcc. TUNBRIDGE WARE. Shaving boxes ..... , , Square and round alpha : . bets ; ?_ Fox and goose boards Cotton boxes ' Pope Joan, boards Vyee cushions Glove stretchers Knitting boxes Powder boxes Salid sets Dice cups, «...

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CHARACTER OF SIR ROBERT PEEL [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

CHARACTER - OW Ä ROBERT - BY - PRINCE-ALBEBT. In a speech;at the grand banquet given hythe Mayor of York, in October last, Prince Albert spoke thus of the late Sir R, Peel :-There is hut one alloy to my1 feelings of satisfaction :'and pleasure in .seeing you here assembled again ; and that is the painful remembrance, that one is missing from amongst us, who felt so warm an interest in our scheme, [the Great Ex- hibition] and took so active a part in pro- moting its success ; the last act of whose public life was attending the Royal" Com- mission ; tho admiration for whose talents and character, and the gratitude for whose devotion to the Queen, and private friend- ship toward myself, I feel a consolation in having this public opportunity to express. Only at our last meeting we were still ad- miring his eloquence, and the earnestness with which he appealed to you to uphold by your exertions, and personal sacrifices, what was to him tho highest object tho honour of his country. He met...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

' VvjiXSpUy,*? Of DlATH BT BifRNIWK agorae of your reader* will bo suruised to Jearo/timi, within the memory of witnesses still alive, » woman wa« burnt to death, updér sentence, of the judge of .assize, for the. mur- der of her husband. This criuie-petty trea .son-was formerly.'punished with fire and faggot; and the repeal of the 'law is. men- tioned by Lord Campbell in a nolle to. his life of one of our recent chancellors, but I have not his work tb refer to. . The post to which this woman was bound, stood till recently in a field adjoining Winchester» She was con- demned to be burnt at the stake; and a marine, her paramour, and an accomplice in the murder, was condemned to be hanged. A' gentleman lately deceased ..told me the circumstances minutely. I think that he had been at the trial, but Ï know that he was at the execution, and-saw the wretched woman .fixed to the stake, fire put to the faggots, and her body burnt. But I know two per- sons still alive who were present at her ...

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MISCELLANEA. [FROM RECENT PAPERS] [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

MISCELLANEA. frnOM KfiCßNT PAI'EKK] The Popular JSncyclopocltu gives the fol-, lowing estimate of the pecuniary condition of thc Christian world : Tay to their clergy. No. of Catholics.. 124,(172,000. ,.£G, 10(1,000 " Protestants fi4.000.000.. 11,900,000 " Greek Ch. 41.500,000.. /o'O.OOO Total.. ..220.1/2,000 .?18,772.000 Grand civic banquets appear to be the order ot the tiny just now. in England. The mayors of L'uuion, Southampton, and York, have recently given raaniiicent entertain- ments to their brother 'mayors from nearly "c\cry considerable town in Britain. Many members of the ministry and nobility were present at each. Gre** nctfvít;p i^; ^ education is j^ág^ni^iffsié'd' by^tie. various denominations of Christions in England: ïhe Free Church College --in'feEdinbi]tt^U'' has .been completed ' at> an« expense'uc|f .¿630,000. There is a new ujaivér^it^^^ lished in Glasgow, in whic]iprayisiorinisî'mïVjk», for the highest -culture qf. bb¿j) at thc cheapest rate. The new ' Inde...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

CHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, .1.viii ' , r ' \/,-/?:>£.'>) iv..!.:';. ,.jr Vi:n..YA-JHHVAj,g;,":. ' .: . . 'AprçMr^Qmngton;' brig, 108 -{ons, Captain P^AMk^firôtiai'NeUen-thèUTth March, > ' ^priP4:-^liéffi[íra,.-:lMírquo,v306 tons/1 Captain Ralph lt. Udd)p, from tho Downs tho 27th No- vember?^* .'? fc'-:>,V,"'<: .-VU V.'.>'rtii-,,:j r_ " ApriF^.^CorH(^!âeïip^ér, . ? 92 ^ohs¿<'. Captain Parki ^irbni'i-liehtöißthe 25th - Mjiroh? ' Tassengers -Mrs. Cork and son, JallövStöwart.'-Äignea Dr C'urT; ^d.. &«<» 4 fit >-j>ac.cj -bioxjiui .-.'.n.v.v. :>»;. April 4.-Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain'R.-F. Pockley; 'f~rèm &(?b'iik>Tc&ñthè^Tth'Mhrcli. Pas sengors-;;^*^r-^eiîëraÎ Wynyard ¿ndlady, Miss "Wynyard, and^two^ servants, Captain Wynyard, Mr. and Mrâ'5^*éns6n; two Children; "and servant, Captain .lArinstrohgv-. Captain' M'Kenzhv Mr. It. Tootíi. MrsV and Miss Swann, Mrs. Brown, Mr. I)ownjvard,-ihrce soldiers,, two wome...

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LORD JEFFERY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

iv:IÍORP "JEFFERY. The following'passages with reference to this "distinguished writer, lawyer, and judge, ave from the new number of the North, British Review : " The Parliamenti House probably never saw, and may never see again;' such a brotherhood pf legal talent as the whig lawyers of 1815 ; Clerk, . Cranstoun, Jeffery, Moncrieff, Cockburn, Fullerton, formed à phalanx, who for years kept tho ring against all comers, and neither feared nor found competitors. Each liad his own peculiar walk ; but none shone with greater light than Jeffery. Clerk, Cranstoun, and Moncrieff, who were profound lawyers.; though, even as a mere lawyer, irrespec- tively altogether of the forensic part of the profession, his knowledge and power:of applying it were eminent. He possessed, with a power of subtlety very rare, a lucid and quick apprehension of legal distinc- tions, which his discursive fancy illustrated, but did not disturb ; and was capable of pursuing with the closest logic - the most abstru...

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WHY THUS LONGING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

../*>:. r« -/WA*, THUR-unsoikar :-; yf#.t)M&i^íw*ttíútiBáj pasWimt '?.; WhiMboítoaUtlful,-^ . ; .P^rsjup Jtstyw, pörpetJuai'byro«^ >. \ ?-. ?' ? . >y9^Íd%tl^V)U'ten to iUgentie teaching, <Âli'thy restless y.earnjngs'itwóúld'stüi ;' Leaf an.d floVfëri'àfid la:ä>n-boe'aj»*pTcachingt .. vTh&oiaUpín tyhfâ;*îati$*hmiteïffàt'pcrMT Poor indeed thou must.be/if around thee . ' . ". -"Thou itc^y^ligbt7 and joy canst throw ; If no'silkepifcril'ófndTb^^hdtu:bound thoo To^son^üttiö "world* *;. ' . :; : v;yvGÜolI featf.t^.i- .-r.-« ... .. . .. ,.: If no.deaii eyes'thy fond love-can brighton^' Xo fond-Voices-answer'to thine own ' Jf no brother's sorrow thou. Can*st lighten, . 33y daily symp&thy aTid'gentte tone. ' Not 6*y deeds.that win tho crowd's applauses, . Not by works that give thèo world-renown ; ' . Not by martyrdom, or vaunted crosses', Canst thou win arid wear thoimmortal 'crown. paify.struggling,-though unloved and lonoly, ''' % : Every Tda...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

. CLEARANCES. '.Apríf i.^Massachusetts, U. S., whaling- ship, Hor tons,; Captain J. T. Chase, for the South'Sea HsheVje3»' ;.' . .', . -April |4.-Mary Jano, schooner, 83 tons, Cap tam-David Gourlay, for Melbourne, Passengers -Captain -Tanner, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Brom, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Jones, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Mitchell, Mf> J. Roii'sQ, Mr. J. ITydo, Slr. J. Edwards, Mr. «ind,1 Mr;'McDonald:';

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POLICE OFFICE—-FRIDAY. Before the POlice.Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

POLICE OFFICE.-FRIDAY.;. .Before tho Police.Magistrate ' . .*'.; THJJ . SUMMONB LIST this morning contained a: dozen pases; but thc majority of them, were post-i poned: until to-morrow.'.' ' ( , THE . SPANISH MAN-OF-WAU'S-MKN.- ModeHto Salmon was again placed at tho bar. Jose Barego/ the man who committed, tlu> attack, -was .also , brought up.' Two.' officers Of the Frigate attended at the'Court to. watohîtlic case. Dr. Butter stated that the wounded man was fast recovering, and thc case was remanded until Wednesday ncjçt . Tho two prisoners were handed over tb tho Spânish officers, who undertook to produce them when required. .,. ... : ... Thursday night,;and property to the value of £20 was abstracted,-namely, a bay horse, several : bridles, a pier glass, and a number of other ar- ticles. James Sweeny, lately discharged from tho 4th company of the'll th regiment, is suspected ; to - be tho thief. We have, been informed, that tho horse has since been recovered.

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TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SYD- NEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. GENTLEMEN-I feel that un apology for addressing you ia hardly needed. Any one who, at what ho conceives to ho an im- portant crisis, refrains from tho expression, of his opinions, whether from falso sensi- tiveness to thc opinion» of others, or false delicacy to intinulchis own, has a very im- ; porîcet sonso;of tho,' duties which ho owes io tho Society, of which ho is a member. That, mich ii crisis bas arrived in the. affairs of our ¡ institution* it iii. impossible to ;dis guis^fromj ourselves'. Whether thaf tn stíWltón i^ ib rise'tö a<higti äcatiiiy iii,our young community/or; to sink irretrievably into the slough of despond, are questions which we have now to determine for Our- selves. . At the same time I would gladly haye been spared the task of making this ap- peal to,you. I had hoped that our Now Committee would, by an energetic and well considered plan of reform, have ren- dered any appeal unnecessary.- I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

' ?"? .? THE «NET TBSSELt» : FOR WIDE BAY DIRECT, .^b, TT) H E fine schooner, VAV ?fJ^ilf^'-X GUARD, J. T. Smith, master, 4j|fiffl|Í^ lias been detained by making sotóte femM repairs, beyond the-time formerly advertised. Having part of her - ' Í; cargo engaged alie will positively «nil on. Thursday next, the 3rd April (wind and weather permitting, ) . For freight ,or passage apply to tho master, on board;'or < THOMAS CROFT,' ?583 ', ' ; Commercial Wharf. FOR'SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT. >^Thj^ fpO : succeed the Adirondack, jt&mßk. JL that fine Al Ship, JuÉSEm^ '?' ." E D, GAR, 43gj¿jBÍM Captain Smith, GOO tons burden ; ^^TT'has ali her dead weight engaged, .will sail for the above port, with dispatch. ' For freight or 'passage, apply oh board, at tho Circular Quay ; or to . .. F, W. CLARKE, 530. ' ' .Jamison-street, ~' FOR CALIFORNIA/ i~ rri H E fine American ship *$>$i$£k .JL , ROBERT BOWNE, . ^j^^^^^ ßOötons, F. G. Camelon, commander, aT^jTM will succeed the Mart...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS, WR uro noir fairly embarked on the-ó^Oád quarter of our existence, To takov,M|> tho figure hero suggested, outviittlovb^y though short-handed and supplied with! rio second suit pf sails, is sound in her sfcand ing-^gear; and tight in all her timbers ; abd ßho has neither craven heart nor fal- tering; hand' in. her adventurous crew. P¿#ii£'n:u^h^í*tót''óf 'B^h^hjr soul, we of tho Empire, have looked steadily at the toils arid perils of our enterprise.. Wo lmvo before us a wide sea, and no port of refuge, ; for pur . course is right onward across a world. Wc have signed articles with Liberty ; and henceforward, for many a day, ... . Oiir mardi"ia on tho mountain wave, Our homo is on tho deep ! Thc stillness of the calm, the concussion of the storm-tho spirit's weariness, and tho midnight watch-the conflict with the wave, and the war of winds ; these will m ah o'up the sum of the new life which we have chosen. But we will drop the unprofitable fancies which had f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

LKO18LATIVK COUNOII-.-Tho Council mot yes- terday,- Mr. Nichols' motion for an address to tho Governor) praying that ^h'e, will direct a sum of. £2000 to ho placcq ! on ¡tho , Supplementary Esti- mates tp, defray tho , expotiscs of an ex- pedition in search,', of Dr.' '"'teiphhardt, was, after ' a short' 'discussion','.^ tyaríjed unanimously. Thc rèmaihdef 'of tliiî"sitting, «¡as occupied with tho Colbùlal' Ôccritary's' exposition of tho priuci ples'Tof ' tho Ä, Soutlf AVales Electoral, Bill, jwlil^h'was;/read ''a .first'tinto, ai)d ordered to bo [road nisi'cpnd'«hie roh Tuesday next. Wo regret ¡tb' bd^inpóiitó/to, pos'tpon detailed roport" mftttorj.1' [ .Ju,'.'¿ , ! . ; MÜnpiUxr. SEAMEN.-IBS Excellency tho Go ryct'nór directs it' to bo notified, that a licenso has bo'eri'granted to Mr. Isaac D,. Nichols, of Syduey, under the Act of Council ll Victoria, No. 23, to enable h'm to hire, engage, supply, and próvido seamen to be entered on board; merchant ships, duriiig thc year commenci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

BOTTLED ALE AND PORTER. IN Three and Four Dozen casks, and by; the dozen Champagne Cyder, Lemon Syrup, Lime Juice, and Cordials S. PEEK & CO., 210 Wino ^Merchants. ; WINES. ' PORT, in pipes, hogsheads, quarter-casks, octaves, 1 dozen and 3 dozen cases, and by tiie dozen. Sherry, ditto Marsala, ditto French Wines-various. . . S. PEEK & CO., 202 Importers and Dealers. SALE BY AUCTION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 15 PACKAGES GOODS, Now landing ex Achilles. OHN G. COHEN will sell by auction, tl on an early day, as soon as landed, ... The following goods : 50 Kegs China images, large assortment Accordéons, tintinas, great variety Flutes, violins, and bows Cutlery and ironmongery. , Terms at sale. . CU ~ ~ PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ¡ 30 PACKAGES MERCHANDISE, Landing ex Achilles. ' JOHN G. COHEN will sell by auction, . on an early day, as soon as landed, The following extensive assortment : Platodware, plated jowellery Cutlery and plated goods Rackcombs, spectacles, percussion caps Elect...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE CONFERENCE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE CONFERENCE BANQUET. This important and really sumptuous demon- stration, held especially in honour of.tho'.Deto- nates from Van Diemen's Land and Victoria, _ came off, as stated in our yesterday's issue, on .' Thursday evening, in tho spacious building known as Messrs. Älort and Brown's Produce Salo Room, on tho Circular © uay. That portion of tho im- mense room occupied by tho . banquet was parti- tioned off with canvas, lined throughout with a brilljant variety of flags, so as to present tho ap- pearance of a regular pavilion. Tho gay walls of the apartment wcro rendered still more accordant with the fostivo scene, hy a profuse and elegant display, of greenery and flowers,'/tastefully'ar- ranged in bouquets and festoons, whilst tho wholo had been lighted up . with'/Jàyiiâi^blô^eiicet'' 'and ' judgment. Nearly two./liiVhdred 'gbntloiheh sat down, and among them a'number of our' most in- fluential merchants. Charles" Cowper, Esq., tho President of tho Asso...

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THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1851. MRS; GAMP. AND. LORD ASHLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

:; THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1851. 5iÜ MR S;í GAMP. AND. LORD AS1TLÈ Y.- > ¡. j 'Äijtötö^ Mrs. Gámp-^nítJt tho real original ;. G amp, of ' Chuzzleicit, but ouraöwu.Mils. Gamp, of Sydney---was told-By somebody/that somebody had told a newspaper,; ¡ihat.'Lprd' Ashley had told a public mooting somewhere, that Sydney was a very háiigíity .place, and hot fit for good genteel omigrants to go to ; 'whereupon, tho irate' old dame waxed more than usually ' garrulous, flourished her big umbrella in his Lordship's. face-as New- man Noggs used to spar at- an imaginary head of old Nicklcby on thc office door and concluded à torrent of Caudleism by pelting him with one hard word and one harder ''fact." Thc word-we depre- cate tho terrors of thc libel .law, but it was Mrs. Gamp did it, not wc--thc word w-as " slanderer." The " fact" was that. Sydney-according to the old lady's own calculation, and she beats even Cocker all to, nothing-has a very largo proportion of clergymen for i...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—-WEDNESDAY. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA V. FRAZER AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.-WEDNESDAY. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA V. FRAZER AND WIFE. In this case a judgment having been obtained in this Court by the Hank of Australasia, against tho then Manager of the Bank of Australia, for a debt due by the latter to the former establishment, a [ scire facias by leave of a judge was sued out against tho defendants, as members of tho latter body. It appearod that tho defendants, never having been in this colony, could not be found ; and that the sci. fa. had been served on certain parties, who were sworn on affidavit, to have acted in the colony as the defendants' attorneys, on pre- vious occasions, in executing the deed of co-part- nership of tho Company and receiving the divi- dends. Tho plaintiffs, moreover, caused notice of tho issue of the writ to bo inserted by the Sheriff in the Gazette ; requiring thc defendants (in terms of the 88th Standing Rule) to appear at a certain day and show cause, according to the exigency of. tho writ. The defen...

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