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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 31 July 1868

Si. CptaUphotol', 5ah',,. SALE BY AUC'TII5?. MR M. RAPHAEL H AS received instructions from MR SPINKS to sell by Publio Amutrion a itRST-CLAbS DWELLING HOUSE, containinin- Parlor, I initllil-,om, Htal, anll four 'ed-rooms, with VzaUndahl round three stilts, fitted in tihe bist style. DE rAr;RED COTTAGE, Cont'sini.hut large Bed-room. Kitchen. Rnd Ser vall.',E B-rotom. Spouting all round, saud WVater 'lTank. Also, DETACHED OUT'TAGE AT REAR Lined and --Papered. The whole standing on two allotments containing about 1t acres in thj township of Alexandra, with fruntages to DJwney-street and Creek Rleserve, and Fenced. The property Is situale I in a most salubrious and eomm.nding position, close to the centre of the township of Alexandra, and the oct:upier can re cline under the spacious verAndah and enjoy the delightful view of the sorroundling scenery, from all sides of the building. The house is sufficiently -+-- -l·-i|fle, andJtl th-e itligs -sad aplointmente qui.o suitable to the requi...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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MAINDAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 31 July 1868

MA I N D A M P L E. -4--e-- (FRONT ovIi OWN COIE.SPOPND.NT.) Duke of Edinburgh claim crushedo 4 tons, yielding 17 dwt per ton. Evening Star had a yield of 5 dwt per ton from 6 tons crushed. Empress Eugene had a crushing of 5 tons, the yield being 3 oz. 19 dwt. The Bonnccord crushed 5 tons, from which 2 oz. 1 dwt. of' gold were obtained. The Achievement Reef gave a yield of 8 dwt.per ton from a parcel of 12 Ions of stone. 3Mining cncidents 'have bnn rather nume rous with us here owing to the wet wearther which renders the ground unsound. 'I wo men were drilling out. a missed shot i d ty or two ago when it exploded, injurin. onre of them severely. The other escaped with a few slight bruises.

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 31 July 1868

WOOD'S POINT. ¢. - (PnO oUR OWN CORnRESPONDENT.) A rather elderly man named Alexander Thomp son, was received intotho Upper Goulburn Hospital, at Wood's Point, on last Friday evening, suffering from violent injuries received through having fallen off a high bridge while trucking quartz to the machine at which the stone is being crushed for, thlie ranklia Coptpany, Gooley's Creek. The fall was about 18 feet. Both logs were badly broken, and one ankle dislocated; his loft forearm was also broken. His chances of recovery are very small. A public meeting was held at the Reefers' HIotol, on Saturday evening last, to present an address to Mr A B. B. Hornbuckle, lato clerk of courts, at Wood's Point. Upwards of forty persons were present. Thomas Vincent, Esq., J.P., in the chair. Mr Vincent, after a few introductory remarks, read the following address . "SIn,-We, tile undersigned residents in Wood's Point and the vicinity, desire on our own behalf, and on behalf of the residents in thile d...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 30th, 1868. (Before J. Peterkin, Esq., and J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 31 July 1868

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. -------0------- Thursday, July 30th, 1868. (Before J. Peterkin, Esq., and J. P. Bain bridge, Esq., J.P.'s. C Dockendorff v. Richey.--Debt, L2 10s Mr Coster for defendant. Order for amount and 2s 6d costs, one month allowed for pay ment. N. Whitelaw v. Triggs.-For detaining property. No appearance, the case having been settled. Mark Wells v. Robert Ayres.-Debt of Li 10s. Mr Emierson for defendant. Case dis missed, with L1 13s 6d costs, one week allowed for payment thereof. Asenath Jennings v. Warwick. This was a clarge of assault brought by the plaintiff, a youn, woman who is deaf and dumb. Damages were laid at L1 0. It appeared that pl:intitf was coming out of a store with a plate in her hand, and ran against the defen ,hint, who alleges he only attempted to ward off the colli- ion with his arm. This, how ever, was dlone with such vigor as to most mrnatrially damage the eye of the plaintiff. Deinlar,t. was fined L2, with f5s costs. The evidence of the plainti...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

ELEYTION M3EE'ING. On Saturday night lanst an election meeting was hold at Robeits' Hotel, Alexandra, at which a large number of the inhabitants as ,=embled to hear the views of Meslsrs Coster, Perkins,'Cooper, and Cronin, on road board mnatters. MIr Thomas Simpson, a miner, who evi lently Ihad the entire confidence of the meet ing, was voted to the chair, anti called upon tlMr Coster to address the mnenoing. Mr Coster said the meeting had been cal led at that place in order to accomnmodate the miners of the district. It was the miners, who kept flowing those golden strea:ms, which wore the life-blood of this distriot, and he wished to address that portion of the coin amunity first. Hle had objected to attend at thei pice indicated by an anonymous ilivortiser, and had determined to hold ihe meeting here insteadr. ie gave a dos eiption of how matters were managed in a Borough Counc;l of a place where he had resided, and said that to prevent such rnal-practices in this place he now of...

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Original Poetry. THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

* rigitl an1tttq. THE DEVIL. Oh I have you hoard the news my friend 7-the latest on the board: the Duv:l we have miss'd so ,ong, is now at Darlingford. ' Pwas in the Alexandra Times I spied his tail and hoofs, of Satan's dai]r identity you'll there see. sundry proofs. LoJk in the" Poets' Corner" of July the twenty-flrst, and you will see that into rhyme old 'BI3lzobub has burst. The authorship:is plain enough of "Times in Darlinglord;" altho' ho does not sign his name, he wishes that ignored. HIo montioms there his old ftiend Job (perhaps the' rhyme to patch), 'tie straugo he did f)r, after all, old Job was quite his match. See how against t to minister he vents his spite and spleen-how plainly there the venom'd tail and cloven foot are seen I - A coat of tar and feathers ho awarids him in hls ire, anud doubtless if the Devil dare--would set it, too, on. fire But, is Ue Devil Ist, L0s wit-or, is (he growing old 7 wily writehy intolsue iiu thisT ain7 Tf pirogrieii and of gold ? A hun...

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ELECTION MEETING AT THORNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

ELOCTION MEETING AT THORNTON. Pursuant to advertisement bearing the namoofTyndal IMacintyre, a meeting of rate payers was held at lennings's hotel, Thorn ton, on Friday night last. As there had been a meeting called at Merton'for the same 'night, only four aspirants for Road Board honors from Alexandra attended, I here were also present Mr IMacintyre and MIr Jeffrey, the latter having had a requsition presented requesting him to stand as repre sentatiyo for that portion of the district. Mr John Rodgers was voted to the chair and called on Mr Molcintyre to state the object of the meeting, who said that he was possessed of a property qualification as a voter, that Mr Knowles had asked him to call the meeting to prevent Thornton oeing trodden under the foot of Alexandra. He objected to the view taken by Mr Iigin botham, and contended that at Thornton those who had rateable property should vote, while at Alexandra the roll of the Mansfield Shire should be the only basis of voting. MIr l...

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ABOUT THE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

AI3OUL' T'IIi SrWLhE L'S. " Who's going in ?" " Who's going in ?" "Not he," and " That he will," are the queries and answers that assail the ear, morn, noon, and night, "under the verandah," in the public ho ie bars, and in the streets of Alexandra. The fate of nations seems to hangmon the:answer, and all are on the qui vive, oech striving to make it appear that his own particular fancy is most decidedly " the man from Galway." T'he entries for the Road Board Maiden Plate have filled well, and I only hope there will be no jostling in the race, and that everything will be square and above board. Some of the knowing ones seem to think the race a dead certainty for ".Perman," while others assert that " Pet" will be the first to pass thlujudge's chair. Of course there is a great variety of opinion, uan some long shots have been given as to the result. However, the 13th will set all tt rest, and till then I hope things will be carried on with good hunor, and that potty jealousies will be...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

WOOD'S POINT, (nrm?t OURI owN COI1Les1ONDNT7.) if`:l3usinoosis rather dull at Wood's Point, but ivery one seems hopeful, the signs of return ing prosperity being so evident. In our mining affairs there is a healthy tone, and the coming season will n?, doubt put this district on its legs again. The Franklin on last Saturdtly took from thie bnxes 250) oz of amalgam to about 200) tons oflstuf. lThey are now operating on stllffwhlich it is ex pacted will go fiom 1 to : oz to the ton. T'he (lCharleston awl E. D. claim ilnay been t:aken on tribute by C. hMontgonmery ant parry flr, I believe, ei;hteen months. They have Ihiven the tninil nearly thlroi?ghi to the shalt. 'T'hre is a snmall plant in connection with thO rlimi, anol rho trihiurst anticipate pay:bh, r,,?ults. The tribuntr ,r Novr llndl i- norw :crlhirng lay ini ni:hlrt with t, lve atl iof ttlmpsl s. T"?, tnsr who wa ao , n, tI ch IIut by I;,llu?g. ltn, t e,. l.',;,nk·.. hn t.'anit ?y is p,'nrSl sng :is invoral?ly as Calih i o, e ...

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WOOD'S POINT WARDEN'S COURT. JULY 31st, 1868. (Before J H. Alley, Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

WvOOD'S OINu'i waniui'. CoUant 'r. JULY 310t, 1868. (Before J II. Al!ey, E'q. P.2L.) Richard Mullins v. Mc?Sweeny an I Alant.--MIr V. Smith instructed by ,Mr Butler for plaintiff. The defendants were charge I with unt Lwful intrU. sion on plaintiffs claim, situ tedl at Goulhy's Creek. 'The case was diismissed as the anreemunt between plaintiff and defendants could not he proved. Oriental (*. 3I. C.v. Fenton.-Mr Butler ap peared for the comp any, and applied for an adjourn ment, theslnm:ons not having buen filed. Applica tion grauted, without costs. Saoe v. I) mald. MBr futler for company made the same application, which was grmtted. Lo MI v. Wekey,-Mr Smith for the plaintiff. This was an application to to put in possession of ground 'between Gamtffey's and Canno,:'s (:recks, The TWarden stated that It ha:,d n.s jrirdiction and dismissed the case without costs,

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ON A BABY SMILING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

ON A BA1I Y S\iiIANG. What miovcs thy spirit, lovely child ? Sweet smili1ng onl thy mother's knee ; Do fairy visions flitting wild, Bcguile thy Inf, tut he irt to glee ? Does heavenly music gently stoaling, ' r moutrnfil cadence in the air, Bid innoconce for man be feeling, Or warn his vices to beware ? Do wing'd seraphs from abovo Thy spirit bind with mysti spell, And tell thee ofa Saviour's love, And homes whero esols lilke thine shall dwell That realm wholo ageo doth dwell in bless Of infant souls the pure abode- Hath not our Saviour said, that these Comprise the Kingdom of our God. Sweet babe, as through this world of care With light heart bounding thou may'at roam, May angels guard'from every snare, And take thy s?ld back to that-hli....... '. -NI5ANINGOULAH?

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MERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

M E IT N. A public meeting of the inhabitants of Morton was hold on Friday evening at Nolan's Hotel, convened by Mr Perkins- for the purp"ose of 'idiplining his ,views'" with regard to the working of the Alexandra Road Board, Messrs Cronin and Coster, candidates, were also in attendance. Mr Haggerty, who was voted to the chair, briefly explained the olject of the meeting, and called on Mi' [t1 Perkins to address the electors. Mr II. Perkins, who was received with great applause, stated that he had long resided in the district, and had always taken an active part in all matters of public interest IHe know the district well, and thought that as a member of the Alexandra Road Board he could be of some service. He (the speaker) then spoke of the general advantages of a Road Board. He thought that between Morton and Alexand ra there should be a good road made. Their interests wore the same, and lhe did not think that there was any opposition one towardi thelother, and trusted that they w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

t.N10r O' 3iAN1( UT' A U541 'N L!.-. LI.1AHLLIlX'I'I . I It il'l). PAI.D U1P C.II A l1I tItCE'. r( itIEiEILVLI FUNDI 2n'f~ i;O1,D I lUlt.G [ I AL' 1I L1ii)UlN II'4I iCIA.: ?iju~rint. , A u+f IntereL AIIo i Il~ijj:i1', aull trAK M1ANSFIELTD A(1i\CY. g''IOLD1 PURCHIASE:I AT alti"fIlOL'flSE N1'JInicLS. Gent:rall lJIinrini tIII;izie-: l' 'fnsnctud, LEU .l7t. SQM ME11 C I A r, 1 AY K 0 1' A i " 'xI' t A r. I A :ALIMiANlI:.A I:RASi/I-f. This (Iro n c · i )I o TTAN5AUTII11N OF CENETAI L J:LA'IING DUSTNESS. GOLD I'TJI Lt01iAS D At Cnrrr'if Rotes.. 11. NOItMAN r'nO wf NE, A-··-, lnnnger. July 1601, !r68r r C0 I1 C(COLO TALI I 3 NI(O F A'US'IIltAI,IA.. An AOENCY of th0 R TNIi will bo OPENEl) at JAIIISON on Thnurrt-'v I13th August. 1868. J)L{UJ2IIr N. B RcK, 15Jonager. W1lrn,''l Point, }0~th .July, 1 oc.i' )IPI A. IIA N It LIJ)C OP, SURiI(EiN, ACCQPSCIIEUfl, e., (I HA "1 P ;;''R FEhT, ALEXANDRA, h:iny bie Conrultld ])ally at his residcnce as above. M 1,11) 1 VI1 Y F 11iS M2cr;liral bIiiJrce /r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

IZ.L r I 5I GL :T M1USTA NG INL I MEI E T, A' A I 1 1- .I :L L S ---t,,l- ;. te Clc . C er.. I"r Est, 1lbourno. ' S ' .,dl- 1' I, " LitLVl , Womll Store" CRA' T-"Th' L T, A LiE X A N 1 yIt A. GENERAL NI:'VS AGENT, lItAPr~l t, truIlAtClcON i.', silATIONE.i, CiIP.T-a-mn eG CIIoidBIN G 11ElmiV1N''. -0 7Hf It ANIKS. in returoning thanks to his O friends andt the public foir th,. liberal ! tlrt Ihe hn. Iadl tineo open ing' Ila - bulie.s in this Lown, begs to call attention to his FIiral.-IClns Tobtucca, CIes r*a, W ncy Goods, nrll i's lt.r ,e Assirtmi entl of DRAPERY AND CLOTHING lavilng been Ioallglt fir CASHMI, he is able to compete with the largest stores in the district. BOLE AO .EN[' F I~: THi EI"AGF." Licensed to S?ll P.stage Stamps. J. H. 31 ' M A H O N , WVIIOLusAL? & IIIITAIL . 3 U, ' C7 H E R . aOTEL5 and lamilies supplied punctually, on reasonable terms, COOK'S IU' TEL, ALEXANDRA. T T .11E proprietor of this IIntIl hIs Itld nmuch experit tce in his husiness on the adjo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

.a edstcal. T IIE O(RIG INAL t1IILORODYNE, invented by IIICLAI(D FREIl?lMAN,pharmaceetist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely used by the most eminent medical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts of tho glo,. It ra.pidiy relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of lever, soothes the system under ex hausting diseaees, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise fronm the us- of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitie, asthma, tiooping cough, liarrhau. dysentery, choler: pasms. -r.Unps, rhcuntat"c.lb tr c .a o :.,inmedtately relieved and in meeot cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrllcea. and dysentery is aflorded by the follo' ijg from the IHight honorable Earl Russell, who t.raci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr RI. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physi ciats of London. Ixtract of a despatch from Acting-Consul Webb...

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The Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

B3ritannia Prospecting Claim, Spring o Creek.-There is a lot of stone stripped'nnd ready for raising, from a depth of 35 fIet, besides there is a 'lot of good stone being taken out of the surface coef for crushing, The roof is about 15in. wide, but varies from -Oft. to lin. Nos. 1 and 2 flritannia.-In this claim there are about 20 tons of stone i'aisdl Iraliy for the mill; this stone was taken tirm a depth of 501t., and from a+ part wlher, the reef varies from 4in. to 2ft. The yield fihum this lot is expected to be about ,an ounce to - the ton. Nos. 3 and 4.-This claim looks very well just now. Abont 20 tons of stone have been raised, from 12 tons of which a yield of from | 8 to 10 ounces per ton (if not more) is ex |l pected. The remaining 8 tons of stoea and mullock will yield about 1 oz per ton. Some splendid pieces of stone were brou,:ht; into Alexandra on Saturday from this reef. The - best stone is fbund at a depth of 100 feet, " in No. 38 shaft. In No. 4 shaft. at i depth of ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omn[?]a." TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

puIrIl.rlrI) l I0'VirlY T,'I:R)1?.Y ANh) |'IIDAY MO, IN1YG ·'V c i r t Incit i? h (lnl." T'I'UESDAY, AlJGUST J4, 1808. 2ocal and rmeratl genus. ihie lUr.ni.?, (','ueI of1 ,i.J isson inte?d applying to tr (i ,vrumnIrmtt thr L200 to widen the ai rlis-- or t!r., (G-;tlhiuru beyond Dnrlingfird, rt arIuit of the p.assag.o of a dray. 'IlThis i a nrst important matter and lhould be warmly supported by our own R-(oald IBoard, as thera is no other available road during many uo)ntdhs of winter unless by going round hv Manslield, which is more than double the ditr.:ncr,. A few days oince a rather arusing practi cal joke wtst prpo'ltrtoil by it mischievous waN in a tiwztnship (Iln (ii of the lower gnld. feldts, of whtich1 one of the le:uling store keepers and an intenlint o uistoin(r wero tlhe victims. ''lTh , ll wiis fp: iptratoel in the follwing mnnlmr :-Our wag being in one of the hIrvo s?tore, hei;rd a:n iltentnding Cutlner who i ?Itl,,rrl, al gloodl Iil, etnuire for cuorrutid iron. ,lhingl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 August 1868

? m. Ilapdtal's Sales. PRIVATE SALE MR M. RAPHAEL H AS received instructions from MtR SPINKS to sell by Private Sale a FIItST-CLASi DWELLING HOUSE, containing Parlor, Dining-room, lall, and four 13ed-rooms, with Verandah round three sides, fitted in the best style. Also, DETACHED COTTAGE, Contaqininlng large Bed-room, Kitchen, anl Ser vnt's BIed-room, Spouting all round, and -Water 'rank. Also, DETACIHED COTTAGE AT REAR Lined and Papered. The whole standing on two allotments containing ' about It acres in the township of Alexandra, with frontages to Downey-street and Creek IReserve, and Fenced. The property Is situated in a most salubrious and commanding position, close to the centre of the township of Alexandra, and the occupier can re cline under the spacious verandah and enjoy the delightful view of the sorrounding scenery, from all aides of the building. The lhouse is sufficiently spacious, and the fittings and appointments quite suitable to the requirements of a private family,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

J. B IR O O K s , BE It FA T) A'D I) I S C U I T I A K E R 1Veddhing 1d other C?Lkes ,nde to order. So Nr snttI:rT, A L E X A N 1) It A. T H E0 oD R V E EN, AI,EXANI) IA. Msnufac.tirr r of Sad l \Wirer, Lemonade. Ginger ler, S.raparilla. liittrs, Gingerwine, (inV.er Utranmlie. aril G.eneral ss.',rtcntrt ot Cuorlials of the w eat Quality in the .Market. -o Publlcaul arln l'riva'e F:amili, supplied on the shortest notice. T II E O .LI) REEFERS' HOTEL, Wo4oits8 POINT (JOIIN FELIX, PROPIUETOIR), AFFORIDS to VISITOi'S the nmost comfortable nec Imnodatirn and the best table in tho snages. - EX'TENSIVIE ''-TAIILES, Fine ('lean iloroe fied, and ,thorough grooming. Splendid Billiard-room, with two First-class Tables. LARGE CONCERTI.ROOM, With Stage, &c.. free to professionals* GOLCONDA QUARTZ CRUSHING 1ACHINE. UNITED KINGDOM.. -0 ATES for CIIUSIIING : Ten tons and under ... ... £1 O, 0 Over tell tonls per agreement. GEIRARID PENDLEBURY,. Mlanager. TIE WILLIAM WALLACE CRUSH ING MACHIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

FREEMAN'S CIILORODYNE. T HE ORIGINAL CIILOUIODY)NE, invented by RICHARD F'1EltIAN,pharmaceutt, ist, rine of the greatest discovepies of the present age, and is largely usedl by the most eminent medical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts of thu globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of lever, soothes the system under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise trom the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, Influenza, lronchiltis, arths , hoo?s:ing roegh, di r.:l,-. .1 euLoni.y, tha:le lpasms, cramps, rheumatism, gout, &c., immediately relieved and in most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhwa. and dysentery is afforded by the following from the Right Honorable Earl IRussell, who craci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr It. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physi clans of London. Extract of a despatch from Acting-C...

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