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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

MISCELLA:NEOUS: .," The 1Real Caise'"Wliy so Manyi are 'Uimiairiid'.A corresgonideiit ofr a:Mi'iicfchester p6~uji;dpo:rh' erd tie ldi iia-! tinBe of A father .df mainy ils sanys; " i?kdeplrable 'tlifit the'hiuiibei" of: fem`alea wli: desiire''to` nte6r:the t"h'Tholy: alliance;'. and ciannot, '(no one" asks 'or `e?ease ?id·ii 1` iHllht"':s'o-l thoroiugh, chlange fales iiSk'inutheoivomen thiemn selves: 'They h?we broii.ht flain? selves to this positin`' by 1t'ib wfn doi4;. and things wil g' bi'still doubtcdly iT thi ifdo ni't' hiidi If be leaver td? poire "otu-t?v or 0tee: th'tnli'that are gre?if" felt, oan-d airs= prod?ictive of tl't w+ cons?fi?isnets 1 Th:''deir c iducan Thiit ech lei educ. tiof.n is di.bidien ' .t, if-l, , iiiA 7-e fd'" aid lame4fie i "u r riP c l?'?.i insteai'ofofiYttaH thuriimfdr iwi4rs 14 o geer 'ifini thdfii: 'T' da~i Titers isf 'tlie o oi{' th i \it iireIef 1i fn dl cl ss a the "dai'h/ t ofri keeijeris' al1nd .n'i tradc ntInall manufactuire+rgd:"' !thi fif lie...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

no i sp'M Tr oprxe q, r.e;; Al pM . All ter. atioQ o e Y. a .or ,To Sa-s • Aglexal}cdefilh;ýý 'ýr3_y,3: :hý`te letterý i t tio wa.. ;the ne as that.h.ichfofI.e, the s}ijej ct,,forra 1prýo eeutioi .rgusi , r,-ýang,; (?id,,.bT!x¢d!dof t?e" 13th _nstanl ;)and..the.laqt,,sentences, cop mecing " Ani ,h ere;,no .remedy," ntl teripllnat g withthe letter-,mwere .a in Dr.- Lang s case, the. imndiate cAuse ,of .conpbuit. in r. . Biiker (of t'hebfirn4:Qf Nortonn, Son, and Barker -,again. appe red for the prosecution. i??incis,.. asop, deposed that he was the ipintei of the unewspaper called the Ey ien', 2f1i, o of rthe lth. istant, to' re?.r .to Mir... Alexander iB lepry,; the etter inserted was .a continuaton ol .one, .the first portion of wIh appeared in the issue of th. 14th,both inser tions being made by, order of :the defendant, Mr ýussell.' Alexander tBrry; being ~ swn, stated thdt he was upwards of sevenity yearsof of age Defendant pleaded that the letters had been nplublished 'with: 'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

[A:DVERT1SEMEN Tj:. . W?ords having. ccuirretl. betweein aiames O'Keefe; chief ,. constable ,of ,i agga ¶W agga, andi myself' relative to his Race Horse, Satalite, trained by myself .for ..the North' TYagga Wagga Races, during: which,, he de nied my right to take him to the races at Buffreys, Tarcutta; I feel it necessary, for my own character, to publish his'instiructions for: the same : -Dear.Heward,- As I have not: the opportunity of seeing' you this eve. ning, T have to resort to this niode to communicate.. I saw Mr.. Thomas Fennell, and he says that' he is going. to back my horse, to-morrow, to be either first or second; he 'is. an. old raeing man. and one whom. I can de pend on, have his advice on anything you do, he will see there is no black legging if. possible.;.-I, have given in structions tO? Mr.. Baylis to sell the horse after the-races, or before, pro viding the 'purchaser: pays y on what you want for 'the chance:. of.. your half at the winning post. Put your self in c...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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KIDNAPPING A JEW'S CHILD AT BOLONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

KIDiNAP'P NG A JEW' S CHRILD L ' AT B .OLONGA. (Erom 'the Press, Oct. 23. The: Mortara "casei:which,' has created iso p'rofound' a' sensation abroad, and given rise to such ' violent controvers in the joutnals of the Continent 'has been hitherto so little noticed in ;the British metropolis; save in the foreign' correspondence .of lour newspapers, that it may be desirable';before giving our. own view of this last: aggression .of the Papal Church, to state shortly for the information, of our, readers, the circumstances as they occurred.. .The son of some Jewish people; t Bolonga. aged six, years, has -been forcibly taken from his parents on the pretence that two. years, previously--that is,. at ,the age of, four- he had been subjected to the rite, of lay baptism by his, nurse. The child has been placed in an iristi tution .called the Refuge of, Catechu mens, and is still forcibly withheld from his parents under.the express sanction of the Pope,, who, had been appealed: .to, on the gro...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. RELATIONS OF THE COLONIES AND COLONISTS TO THE MOTHER COUNTRY. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

ENGLITSIt =EXTRACTS. ItELATIONS OF' THE RE LONIPS AN'D COLONISTS ' TO', :THEniMOTH}ER Asithes rolation, of, Great,iBritain1 to hei coloniies develbps itselfi dayt by day, it is found to'be" ob??ed bf"ihe strangest dnd most -aontialoUs bonds that ever iutedi dwxtaaitpeople unaer the same Or Ve believe it wuld be ', e n e emel i diflicut-certae ly so far as 'dwoluie'y sn possible-o produce any p.arallel for it in'i ancint or m"odern toryw e do nopt no saot nowf the mother country are, simple ana"6.om iou.s enougl; bu`t of theiei ss oloniesa ' lhich enjoy r$.. nati e assecmubhe, and respeonsiblth e gernd ments, . t u is maei ofeari rto ay What they. defend athn' tf e inaed t:hie not, o fare ano tiireapie'as the presidecies f in theda aren for their goveriientis not nowici Happily; for us alt, administered from' but in ti and by themnselves fo they Fareanortallies for thImperiasts no treaty betweenthe?'tl : ands, an d e thugate in case of' war 'ei are. bound to' defend the if nvaded the...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

POLICE COUR'It: TUERDAY, FEIBRUALY 1st, 18'69. (Before the Police Magistrate and John rTup ton, Esq., J.P.) ASCONDING r1ROM THEIRS HIIIED SERVICE? Edward A. Schletchtweg and Augiigta his' wife, Germans, were brought before .thu court charged by Mr. J. Strachau with absconding from his hired service. Mr. J. Ryall, solicitor, appeared for the defendants. John Strachan deposed: the defendants now before the court are the parties who hired with me for two years from the Ath Decem ber, 1857. (The agreement produced.) They were employed by my agent in Sydney for me; they left either on the night of the 4th January or the morning of the 6th January; they left without my permission; they were to receive £36 per year; I have paid £36 for their passage, which the defendants have agreed to repay; I have also furnished them with goods to the amount of £4 9s.; they are now in my debt abouit £3; they remained about 4 weeks after the first year had expired. The defendant, Edward Sdhlitchtweg, was ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. WOOL.-A fair demand for first-class clips has evinced itself, but the advance in prices is not such as might have been anticipated. Welf got up wools, of superior staple, are .saleable at from 22d. to 24d.; light ditto, in glcase, can be readily quoted at from lid. to 14d.; inferior and ill-conditioned will not realise the expectation of the grower. TALt.ow.--O od bodied in deihnd 'for' town trade; inferior and weak is nrot mch enquired for. The parcels sold this doy were 6 hhds. Moreton Bay (beef), at 43s. 10d.; 8 ditto Clarence Iirer ditto, at 44s. IIIDE5.-The parcels sold this day were inferior; good, well cured and heavy, are in demand for shitpmcnt at our quotations. SnIEEPSaINs have slightly improved. since our las? advices. .Sonz. SneeP are in fair demand, 1200 wetliero, deli verable at Liverpool Plains, were sold at 12so 3d. each. .

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tieu 'BUcKINGIAM FAMILY.---Master Wal ter:and Conrad's benefit came off this night week, and as we expected was a' crowded: house. A great variety of what appeared new music to us, was performed, much to the satisfaction, of, the, audience, who testified their approval by immense cheering. The Ethiopian Quadrills and the Ladies' Schotisch ware very tripingly played, introducing a gentleman who appears to be a first-rate violinist. In the vocal performance we thought the comic duet, between Miss Rosa and her brother Walter seemed to be the most successful. Mr. Buchingham's comic songs about' the Chinese seems to be vastly amusing and always tells with the audience. The picaninny, as usual, was vociferously encored in the adventures of " Billy Crow," and the song of the Digger and Chinaman, The "'T'roubles of Matrimony" wound up the evenings entertainment. On Monday even ing they gave their farewell entertainment previous to starting for Albury. The room was crowde...

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A DARK PICTURE OF MARRIED LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

A DARK PICTURE' OF MARRIED LIFE. (Front the Maryborugh Advertiser.) A'case was heard inwhich the Dunolhy Police-court, on Tuesday last, offers? i lamentable picture of social life in V -': toria-one which, we are sorry to sa yý is not sufficiently exceptional. A person of the name of Cross sum moned her husband for deserting her children. .It appeared that they -were married in Adelaide, in September, 1850. After an interval of about three years, during which they did nod da happy life, Mr. ,ross, with the ire of getting rid of his wife, paid r passage to Er:lanhd, besided givitng a liberal sum!'6f :money in addition. bhat compact or agreement was ar ed at between them does n6tappear,; hether it was understood they were ly to be separated for a time or al gether, is only to be gathered :from erence. In a. little more than a '-,Irs. Cross returned to Adelaide, ".she does not. seem. to have active search for her husband, ehad left the colony. She received .small sum of money and a. fe...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE -g PUBLIC LIBRARY. (To the Editor of the WTagga IVagga Express.) ScRs--Some time ago there appeared in your journal a letter, signed "A well wisher to the moral improvement of the townrhip," proposing the establishment of a Mechanics' Institute in this town, with a library attached. I am somewhat surprised at the want of energy displayed by the inhabitants of this township and district, particularly the young men, who seem to have taken no notice what ever of the suggestions put forth by your cor respondent. Now, I am of the opinion that the establishment of a public library, with a reading-room attached, would be one of the greatest benefits that could be conferred on this community. The cost of such a library would be but trifling compared with the amount spent annually for trifling works, &o. For a small subscription the subscriber would have access to the reading-room and library at any time, for the purpose of selecting any useful works that migh...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

*MELBOURNE S OCKR MARKET. PAT CArrLE have come forward conslideralily in excess of requirements; anda frtherreduction 'in prices has resulted;: Prinie bullocks fetched from £8 lOs. Sto BTT, cows AR to £8 TOs. STORn CArrILt are little enquired for, and transactions remain unimportant. FAT SexwP.-Thisu market was considernbly over-sup plied, and prices receded YR. to Is. Cd. per ihetd. First quality wethers fetched 13s. fo 20s.0 ewes Ils. to ITs. STona Sus??--ln this description of stock I have: to report an almost entire absence of business. owing it would, appear to the very extreme rates asked: HoRsEs.--Useful stock for dranght, also good hlitks light harness.horses, have metra ready sale. at improved rates, but inferior lots quite unsaleable. CH \S. BROWN, Stock and Commission Agent. 4 9, Collins-street Wrt, Melbourne, 3Ist Janitary, 1859.

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DENILIQUIN. January 29, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

DENILIQUIN.. [FROM OUR OWN CORRETRPONDENT.] Janiialr - 29 1859..... On Monday, January 24lth, a splendid din ner was given .ntt the Royal. Hotel; South Deniliquin, to P. Brougham, Esq., J.P., who is leaving this colony, for. England, after having resided in it for about 22 years, and in this district 14 years. Most of the settlers of the district were present, to the number:of. about thirty. J. Cockbourn, Esq., J.P., was chairman, and was supported on 'the right 'ly :P.' Brougham, Esq., J.P., and on the left by the Rev. R; Barker, .who, with-.P. Brougham,. Esq., were the guests of the evening. J. P. Phillips, Esq., J.P. filling the the vice-chair. After the usual loyal toasts had been given and warmly received, the Chairman gave P. Brougham, Esq., .J.P., in a very eloquent manner, which was heartily responded 'to with great cheering; next, the Police Magis trate, who was warmly received; the Rev. R. Barker gave the health of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, and said he hoped.soon to see...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

PRITCES CURRENT.-;.SYNY SYDNEY, oo,.-.Scoured ....... ..... lb I. 10d. to 2. 4. Handwashed ...... 4d, to' is ltd.. Superior Clips .,. ,, Is. 10dto :2s. ' Fair .... ..... ' ., I: 8 to .Is i0d. Inferior ..........s... d , ls. d. to Is, Gd. Greasy: ...... ; 8d. to' Is.' Id, Locks; pleces, ke.....+, , d. to I3.' Sheeapsklns ...... .n.... . " O 6d. to' 9d TALtt.o.-Mutton. .. cwt none Beef ...:...... ...: %.-42s. to 47s. Station...........?... ' ,, ,36s. to 64s... , Hinss.--Cured and heavy ... eachl10s. toi13s. l d. S Inferior . ..to8 Small and light' " I ' -. to 8s: Bonas.-Shanks ............... ton £C5. to £7 10s. -onNs .............................. IO 20s. to 30i . PAT CATrLE .................... head £5 .o ,0. PAT SoRiEP.................. . . 6. to 20. 'STO2 (rlA s ~.... 6Os. to 75s. STo Sr EP .................. 0s. to t13s. " RESULT OF SALES. Wool.-HNL, 16 bales of -fleece at 21d., I bale locks at 10d.; "D, 8 bales mixed' at 16d.; H, 1 bale greasy at 13d.; E, 2 bales skin at 18td., ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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FRANCE. SENTENCE OF N. DR MONTALEMBERT. Paris, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

FRANCE. (From -the Sun, 25th :Noventbar) *ENTPNCE OF M. DB MONTALBMRsaT. Paris, November 24. The case of Comte de Montalembert and M. Dounagre, manager of tho journal, was tried to-day. From nine o'clock in the morning a considerable crowd surrounded the" doors of the Hall of Audience, which - was soon filled with persons provided with tickets. A great number of ad vocates in their robes occupied the benches reserved for the bar. Proceedings commenced at twelve o'clock precisely. M. de Montalambert, a peer of France, who. is said to intend speaking for himself, was assisted by M. Berryer, his defender; and M. Dufaure will plead for the other defendant. The Procureur Imperial occupied the seat of the Public Minister. .The accused have been sent befoi? the Sixth Chamber :of.: the Tribun?" Confectional, on the charge of having, by publishing in the Correspondant of the 26th of October last, committed the four following offences : 1. Having excited public hatred and contempt of the Gove...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

THE 'WAGGA WAGCCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA.! THE PROPRIETOR-begs to inform the Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of the District in general, that his Office is now replete with the most Modem Type the Sydney Markets can furnish, combining all cprts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, ejnaments, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present day. lie hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair share of publicpatronage, pledg ing himself to spare neither expense nor exertion to give satisfaction. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every variety and style, with the utmost "despatch. Ladies' and Gent's Address or Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice Handbills, Business Announcements, Mer chant's, Auctioneers, and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis played. Druggist's and other Labels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Articles,...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

SYDNEY. [rsKoM oRi, owN 'coaRESPONn T,] .'r Tuesday. The great event of the week has undenia bly been the cricket match. Parliament pitched legislatioiroverboard to see the wickets pitched for this great inter-colonial battle of sport. Every person who could manage to absent himself from business occupation, welidedhis way up the Domain to look on this interesting struggle. On the ti:st two davys the weather wis very disheartening-- still in spite of rain and wet grass, thousands was assembled on the ground. The score you will of course obtain from the Sydney papers, and some surprise will of necessity ;be felt at the extraordinary manner in which the Victorians snatched victory when defeat seemed certain. (lerierous peiple admit that. their ultimate snecess---heating their ladver saries with two wickets to go down---was attributable to their pluck and steadiness com bined, whilst, ill-natured gossipers aftirmuthat a "draw or sell" has been practised on the Sydney sporting community...

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OUR TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

OTTUR TELEGRAPIIS. : , r, ec regt that all our endeavours to rouse ipilli 'iitteiitiiif tlo""he" necessityj for direct' t(oeler'ba:hic comuirinicatibn :,with t'h capital, live, as y~et, been iunavailing: and while it is mortifying to us to acknowledlgelthlat our appeals upon the lsubject lhave been altogether fruitless. it is no less derogating from our prestige as a township, to find that I califies still more remote from Sydney, and with itill less population and recognised significtance tIlan ourselves, should have anticipated us. in realising so desirable a consummation. The c mnection of Albury with thi'W ietro polis, it is true, has not ieen ;ilie result of local eflOrts or privzate enterprise, but lisa; "ief the ý;:tirtliitous' tlfough' fortuhiate consequence of the ri.and design of.. inter-cqlonial telegraphic cominuiciation. But. the still niore remote towri of Deniliquin .has, .byits own unaided, energy and res.liuyces. succeeded in establishing a special supplementary lin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

MARRIAGE.   At Gundagai, by the Rev. Samuel Fox, on the 29th   instant, John Jewell, second son of J. O. N. Rutter, Esq . F.R.S., F.R.A.S., Brighton, England, to Cecilia   Sophia, second daughter of the late Robert Cooper, Esq . of Lake George, New South Wales. THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1859.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 February 1859

W ANTED, TO PURCHASE, 300 to 500 Head well-bred young Cattle (equl sexes). Address, PALMER BROTHERS, Dedarang, Yackandandah, .Victoria. WANTED, Two steady Lads, as Appren tices to the Printing Business. Apply at-he office of this Paper. October 30, 1858. LOST. ROM Stockinbingee, four horses, the pro JFperty of William Howell, Esq., branded as follows:---Chestnut horse, W off shoulder and check, blaze down face. Brown horse, same brand. Bay horse, writing capital T near shoulder, G near saddle, star in forehead. Black pony, JHL, the HL conjoined, near shoulder and rump. Any person delivering the above horses, either to Mr. Howell, gmurrowa; Mr. For syvth, Wagga Wagga, or the undersigned, will receive £5 reward. CHARLES M. LLOYD, Yarrabee, Yanco Creek. THE above Reward will be paid to any Sparty giving information that will lead to conviction of the person or persons who is constantly interfering with cattle or horses on my run without giving due notice before going on the run: in any...

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SELECT POETRY. THE WIDIOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

E- TH WIDIOW. Look on that 9ouch, whore a maiden tair, '- " In li hibedity.ls lying, " . ' :..-' 5: q aSrhe xt.ril h tlatU 9f the? ettiIlg s, .. {. Will find.hoer To'olv buat ooi?lee't?snp: or: " othatfairyosmng glhrl dying. 'it S:Scarce mqre thana Rchild, one sought hor IpvePj To her that lovevwas life, :; tat Irf o~ti sh Uort hlour by db tlithered; i · S .Of, all the loved poAr Alice a lef . ' i ..... doa, ore sca?c?h a wife. ? ? ?,". ,* oher chiildoo a ''hoie ,i~s uth.s e idear l Shei.-, 8horetiarned the enotasof yore, ., :.:,i.?.. "Vi th silent step,"anid, apjow see cot," ", •.: She mournodi for the idays that an soon.ad .""That would come to her rionor ? ,;I '. The moutlier kneolt by her dying childI,,i i' : ,The laat unto her given? ... ... * A d pray d r n tdr n o otleihiell- i i: o yield that eforTi so loved,so patill, '3 p di Resigning her to Heavsn. ? e' :" i she eiatded tihe dreobpie irll-: .: ¶Iohiiaeo nway:lirce la aIl ,I a "i i ~,i Tail with a Isat sigh end cies~ni~Ceg...

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