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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

VAN D,1:i\MEN'S LAND. WI have received Van Diemani's Land papers t to the latest date.. . trial had comne off be twceli Dr. Pugh lnd MIr. Gillies forelibel and defamation of character, by the former gentle mai.against the latter. The damages, thouigh laid it £2,000, I niost respectable jury after a few miniuties consultatioil, returned into court., with a vei:vict "for the plaintiff (Mr. Gilles) damages o.uL rainriN. The position of their names on the records of the Supreme Court, Lhas given rise to some witticisml, and 'ugh, Gilles, &c,, is.now beou iot;.. The annual meeting of shareholders in the Union Bank of Australia was heldonl Thursday, and the relort of lie directors exhibits a pros peroe? state of atallrs. Although ill New South Wales and Van Diemeu's Laind many exten, sive failures had taken place, the local director andi managers, had guarded the bankt from loss. "As regards the general state of tihe Aus tralian.colonies, your directors confidently ex Ipct that:tt...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

GOMMERCIAL & M-ARINE NXE'WS. Intelligence had been received, by the under inriters at Lloyd's, of the loss by fire of the ship Georlia, of Newcastle, an Iondiaman, Captain ?iitclhel, boiund to London, attended by a deplo r-itleloss of humnanlife. This ship was near 000 tgns hurthen, and was valued at £7, 000, otcing. splendidly fitted upfor aceaonodation of passen gers. She had a rich cargo of jelvellery and misrchnahdize on hoard, which perished with the vessel; a lo;s in f6tal of £20, 000. The unfor tuhate event'occrred on the first of April, while on'the passae to England from Calcutta,s which place she le't early ir· February. IsororTAN.r TO VcLsse5LS ?oNsD To THE EAST soatip o- TIre C?,er; OF GOOD IloPE'-Passid c:li;e Iby the Island of Tristan de Cunda; saw plenltyof neat little white cottages, plent- of cattle feeding., and a great deal of cultivation, rbt:hnlance of potatoes anld vegetables,&c., and a fine water-fall, so that water miight be filled .....wits; ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

For Melboume. K TTH rI1HE clinpper built sch.ineri SA.LY AsI, Cunming'i mioa trr, ha.i:g arrived. 1 ill s.il for the ao.ce port inafr,.: . For freoiht or pasear a p,: t. IIENTY BR1OTIIEiRS. ',rthtnd, Nov. 1I1. Presbytarian Church, Portland. i r IT I the ewof being ptlaee.d in cire-e:nitac~'s il to ni tke application to .g.?rn l.nt for aid to ,trd. the e'cction of a .f eca.iclnt pltam of cTr':I i ao Ia site fa;r theid builie to.. a thers •Ci Ctlrch1 are respectfilv callel uto tto secin ttir i i iisllcritn j to Dr. Sother! r Gs..tr. trete e of r on ti? ic hik C. u D. r t?errt it~?seito'i io~ 'tl* rJ::.' ea.o ...iit"ttio o "i Suu! th.: the time steciree't r. ..-..ir su-o-rit-u p tlr', s as late as the ies.es0r .t.,ro, ,ttt asill -a nt of- ay y dila bheri' ti*i- r: 01, there:ore, il cLOTHse great CLOTHESl ! CLOTHeES S t G.11 ot ALE Aler.D R REtSP.to ecicF'ULL' o ti hate ttot tet subicribtc it't, heie. coitnreter etresed t theirr silignses to -, "o --re!:c-" .r e 1 opportunn.ity ofersc ,...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORT LINCOLN AND THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

PORT LINCOLN AND TIir ABORIGIR?ES. Tl'he intention of government to resign Port Lincoln to its fate, is. rendered most probable by-the following extract 'from the minutes of the- council :-Ilis Excellency laid on the tablc.a letter from the Protector of Aborigincs regarding" the salary of Mr. Schurman, the Gorman Missionary at Port Lincoln, who as deputy Protector had hith erto only been rcceiving £70 a year. . Com mittee resolved-That it is expedient that the ofice of deputyProtector at Port Lincoln should be no longer cdntinued; and that the sumn of £50 be added to the estimates of miscellaneous expenditure for th'e aborigines departmnent, to be appropriatcd in aid of missionaries to. the aborigines, upon such conditions as the Governor may direct. Exam,tier. The South Australian Magazine had fallen into the hands of Dr. Cotter, the engage- ments of the late editor rendcring it beyond his power to pay that attention to it that such a work requires.  

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

TER-PRESS .PRINTING Y DSCRIPTION, INCLUDING P'AMPIILTS, CUI.ARS, BILI-IIADS, LAW ORMS, IlAND-IIILLS; CADSI RC. "eC.I, ed with .neatness and despatch, SAT TIMI GA'iLEII-STIIEET, PUBLISHING OFFJIC OF TI[ TLiAND GUARDIAN, For Sale, T IIE vcell-known, fnTast-snil . ing schooner SALLY ANN. Terms liberal' Apply to IIENTY BROTIHERS. tland, 1 rr 1t, 181.2.f WOOL. Undersig~wd are purchascrs, or will ad, tee on Wool consigned to their friends, Bick!le and Co., London. IIENTY BIROTIIERS. reet, Portland, st 18, 1842. -J r, at the Stores of the 'Undersigned, UIi, first, scconds and thirds llard glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12x 1..I ed, greet, white and black Is, turps. oist and refined awces's 3Muscatel and Cape s, figs, prunes, dates d fruits, jams quart mnd pint, (in cases) Illustaril e and coarse, in casks, bags nall baskets s and camp ovens.of sizes English anul Dttcli, colonial butter sale, kip, kangaroo and drtelsed shleep skinis this vices fitlen, olasp and ecloit, of sizes ingle, hurdl, spikes...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 November 1842

AUSTRALIAN LYRICS. — No. 1 THE BOWER. Idalia, in thy favorite shade A pleasant bower I've made, That thou, what time the sun is high, Mayst shroud thee from the casual eye, And by the bright brook gushing by O'ersprinkled be: Emblem of purity and thee. -~; t.·::r· ·-·· .-. t '_i. ;-. i.i:2il..i 1'---:~..I.~ l~~_·t :I·

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

PORTLAND PRICE CVRRu WHIOLSALa PRICEY. Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - draught, per barrel, Ashby's -a --------per hlhl. ditto - al1 .- -per barrel, burton - . Beer, Truemaa's stout, per hhd.L"' '. - IIoare's, - 6 - bottled,. Taylor's, ... 011 Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch . 01 Beef, Ilambro', per barrel 511 - East India, ditto - 6 I Bran, per bushel, - 0 I Bricks, per thousand, - I 1l Butter, per lb, - 0 Candles, English, per Ib, - . Colonial ditto - - 0 Cheese, English, per lb.' . - 0 - Colonial 0i Canvass, per bolt - 211 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from ? I Coffee, per cwt it , Corks, per gross 0 I Deals, per foot - - 0 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. - - I - seconds, ditto - - I Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - 0 - currants, ditto - - Grain, wheat, per bushel - - t - barley, ditto . - 0 -- oats, ditto - 0 Gunpowder, per lb 0 i llams, ditto- . l1ay, best description, scarce - - 9 1 Iron, assorted, per ton - - = 21 1 Litharge, per t. - 4 1 Lead, per cwt. - - - 211 - shot, ditto 2 Oil, l...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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"SWEET SMOOTH-[?] MERCURY." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

T irrt anut Jr . t:is J 0o: :oeu to ns to 'shra :i~t: ? r "?ro.r, i:.,n. a?.e. front" thý. usuai. I:-e S3llie.t for:h mith mtoe .:tha? vonted esiri.; and w-.l it is to b2 provided :ith a store of thi' foran enr;_necy. Alals! PCoor lc.:lesnt wight, we haie :a scrt of dclred about us leot, likie the flbei Phmton of old, his elevation should be ilder him, and ac celerate his end. However, we will try to refrain our feeling of contempt, and treat him serious!y for a moment. Frpm the enviable eminence as'igned us by the public voice, we can well afiord to smile, in pity or in scorn, as sympathy or indignation dictate, but wouldrather inhpose a mitigated cratigation for the culprit's good, Like Mercury of old, this ape began iis course with villany ; he stole not our oxen, our quiver; or our arrowu, but he mnade an effort, as from a spasm of desperation, to filch our perennial heritage of truth andpro bity.. He " 9teal our purse ?" No !--like. apractised sharper, first our reputation-then...

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LINES ON THE DEATH OF A BELOVED BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

LINES ON TI`E DEATH OF A BELOVED BROTHIER. Partners we were, in early days, Of every childish joy, E'en in his very infant plays, Sense matked this much losed bay. I watche3 how quick he grew a ma1. In height though not in years, In thought an. wisde n he c'ull plan. To meet this world's sad cares. I tr-aed in this dear cnuth etch day, Unsfoldinz powers of mitd, Yet teared cite poison of decay Would leave its sting belind. I saw him laid noon his couch. A father's trusi and stay, Diecaie his mealy sframe had touched. And helpless thus the lay. It was a grevious sight to see A father's help cun dounn, To sit:aes all his agony, And hear the sufi'rer's man. I s:ltd beside his bed of pain. lie saoke, his voice was low, " eath would," he said "to me be gain. Oh that I soon may go." l iHas death no terrors for you then!" " None, near." he quickly cried, " Theblood of Christ hath made me me c:er For me h: bled and died." This, only this, could conrfert ing, To mounoirng hearts behind. To t...

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NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

s\NEWSPAPEiRS. Tae p,,",poses of newspapZr literature i.re dci' '-eri to ansvwer, not merely those of conveying general infobrnation on topics of hbsrinecs, and to act as records of passing events, bat, in addition, they are desin rd and eminently fitted to become the advocates and GArurns; s " of the civil and religious rights of their supporters, and to reflect, as a faithful mirror, the opinions of the pubie, to whose interests they are professedly de voted. .When they are condnaetd with candor, and but a moderate share of ability, theadvantages derivable frtom their circuna tion, both to the subject and the magistrate, can scarcaly be estimated, but by the evils arising from their absence. While, however, they confer priveleges, they impose duties ; and while they are suited to benefit, they require to be regulated, There is a proneness in iany to leave cn lirely to others what they ought never to allow to pass out of their own control; aris ing either from a consciousness of in...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

COLONIAL 1MARKETBS CAREtruLLt CORRECTED UP TO TlHE LATOT DAEATL.? Flour, first:;.; 1 2 0 Bread, -41bs.; .0 1 b Seconds::. 1 " 0 0 Potatoe, awt... 0 14 0 Ratioi....;.... 0 17 0 Beef, lb:.....,0 0 Wheat, bushel. 0 6 Mutton' .,,0:.;1) Maize .... 0 ..0: . Pork:;.:..'.. .0 0 4 Branlpero01b. 0 2 0 'Veal ......... 0 iOt LAUNCESTON. . Whlcat;ushel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb . .0 0 0 Barley;. ...0 5 0 Mutton; ....'0 5 I Oats. .. ..0 4 6 Pork.: ...0 0 7 Flour, firsts .."18 0 0 Veal::.; .. .0 0 9 Secohds'.'...:16 O0 Butter :.... 0 1 6 Thirds'..; .';. 4l 0 0 IBread; 411ft ,..0 0 10 SADELAIDE;I "Wheat; bushel;:0 8 0 Flour.firsts, .'- 0 0, Brati..';:...0 . 1 4 Seconds ...... 20 0 0 Barley.0.:.' .'iO 4 0 Beef,perlb....0 0 4 Oata,.,"' "..'..0 7 0. Mutton ....;..0 0 4, Maize: '.'..;. 0 ' 0 Pork..;,;... 0 0 f Potatots; ton .10 0 0 Butter ....;.0.2 : Fin flourl00lbs.?1.0 0 Beef, pe'rlb .....0 0 15 SeConds :......0 17 0 MAuttotuiu . , ..00 0 4 Thirds .........015 0 Runt, inbond..0' 3 13 Wheat, perbushel 0 0 6 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

TOTICr i Ieeb: i~er :1: k'-4 Tpr3 _ IN w·nt r ir:1o:, nor e, : h' ar" n r''r . ' the W ;mior.no '"I e an' a", iý o!eaa a. ta: asa to iwtbt1 :- onI t !-!r a.. ,a ... \3fifrEl "ROTHI"E5. Val 1332. CLOTHI2! CLOT;HiES! CLOTHW3!:! amMhh-ta 1113 111 ,Sopn thct. b: a3 conl·-:·i i 17 :: 5h. h'' a ?; 1 024:131 CH cn S-: ca: j, he· cl- .crra :o Open tn :: r._..' for can, Ii i l 3 C""::":"':' c ... te X c '0j1 1:.C *-: '!n 1i ... 3n: N.B. Gna;:a; don:. t~n Shat l~Stimtofr ti" '5'1C!, r31k323 rntzz S'--1S "'b-i ha i, .chi N ,li :fltot^. G 3a: ; of 233a : '331$: 03 Ittrlll 332C o:. tic Oi'oiaZDI.eý EnOT:.La::

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SOUTHERN MAGNETIC POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

SOUTHERN' MAGNETIC POLE. The celebrated Antarctic Expedition, 1 which, in 1840. made a fruitful theme ofde scription for the c'onial pren, was enhanced in interest by the circumstance of the explo :ation and discovery having been divided be- l tween the English, French, and American I navigators: all of whom put into Hobart Town and Sydney, both before and af:er sailing. As yet, we believe, no very full accoant of the French expedition has appeared in the colonies, we subjoin, therefore, as a matter of general literary interest, the following of ficial report, has addressed by Captain Du mont d' Urville to the Minister of Marine in France: I hasten to transmit to you the results of our second excursion in the polar regions of the South. These results are, I trust, of a :.? ure to ek.e general interest; and will, in particular, I venture to hope, be favourably received by the king, who himself directed my researches towards the Antarctic latitude. HIl? Majesty will see that, in fulfi...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

-. 2' - ^-,: ^ reltrr WILL WaTes, 53 tans, I ':: ner, f.-m Lanresaton. 'rse:a:cers S. G- ne. t, els-i Crt:i?n Saunders end MEl lan r .-r, fre:n the wrec:i cf the Duaty hller. i Eo-j-. .-T-:eschooner L?st oos,oTnllh, r.ma ter, frnom Leumnccesto. Fassengers-Mr. and hiris. Cox and two children, !Jr. "Wallis, William 'air; Jan:era Weihs, George 3ILN'amara, Joseph H1arditg, Daniel ailns, Gearge Beard, Samuel Jlarricon, Pa:re: Wallin?, Joseph Tvlist, Iarto rset Co::,. Willia.e Eir:3, Juna Harding, Pete, Ca.dell and Fatrick Cail. SAILED. N?:c. . 3.--T'he rc':oanr Patt:nE or D::::tn.:, for h-b?-at Toawn: 40 sh:eep. Nov. 30.-The schoaner SALLY -Ar::, Ca~nmmins, master, for Iaelbo:iaree, via Por: Fa'i.-Passen-e"rs, cabin--Mr. Wil'ausan; aiCsrar -Patank nd Miary Ca.'ler, Col::r.. wif aned four childre'n. iieo. i0. .T?- The sco-cr Ess:::tora, Talloch ra:ter, for Elacke an's Sac, yVia Fort Pair. iNov. SO.- The rcheon:r MtIscrnva, FawLthrop r..r:-e:, fbr Las.::estcea. Paosengere, c.bi---alr. ?t'c...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

i SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AnsTn.ACT o RTCEIPTS AND EXPENDITUR.- The statement of the Receipts and Expendi tare of the Colonial .Government, for the quar ter ending September last, will be found in ano Sther colmn. From the doutmnent it will beceen that the ordinary expenditureis £8740 I e1 5d!: which is £1?00 10a Od, loes than the the quar ter before, while the extraordinary expenditure which is.2317 lUe, is £140 0ls 6d., less than the former quarter-this lattor item shows that the emigranta are getttig into employment, which ismostsatisfactorv. Thiire is a deficiency in the ordinary revenueof £277 181. Gd., which is in consequence of the fllling off in the amounts for licenies, fines and fees, and the Scab Act duty. A SPLenDID COUNTRY Dtiscovaer..-Oar renders will be gratified to learn that Mr. Depu ty Surveyor General Burr has discovered it splen did tract of country to the northward and east ward of Flinder's Range. Mhr. Burr was out with the party in search of Mr. Dutton, and duritg th...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

COLODSTAL ZNTEELLGOECCI. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. English intelligence by the Marquis of last ings, and Derwent, from London,-has- reached Hobart Town to the 27th July. It is expected Parliament will be prorogued the second week in August. Major Cotton is gazetted Deputy Surveyor General of the colony. Notice of an act to enable the Lieutenant-Go vernor, by warrant, to pay-to the new Episco pal Bishop the sum of eight hundredpounds per annum out of the customs' revenue, and the ob ects of an amended Marriage Act, are pub A meeting is called at Campbell Town for the 6th December, for the purpose of applying to, Government for a probation party to make' the road from Campbell Town to Avoca. The Hobart TownwaAdertiser, on the authority of a private letter, says-" His Excellency's conduct in the suspension of Captain Montagu has met the-most unqualified approbation, and that there is not the mose remote idea of Cappoint ing a successor to Sir .John Franklin." The Greenland Whale Fishery has -...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

L.OCAL -ii T'LIGG:.00H. SArsLY ANN AND Esi:tCaTo.v.-These Vessehl encountered a very severe sqtll shortly after leaving the Bay on Wednesday evening. The Sally lann being made "snag," etcaped without injury, but the Essington lost her main-top-gal lant-mast. Both arrived att Port Fairy on Thursday morning, and theSaollyduan left, in the evening, for Mtelbourne, witha spanking breezel Loss Or rco ' "DuTY Mes ILLCtn."-We regret. to announce th lo3t Of t!he D:'st' MillZr, Captain SanmldTer, bound to thispuort, from La<uu ceeton, at half-part eleven ocloc' on last Friday night, off Pott Fairy. She sailed from Circular Head, where she she had,put in fron stress of wea ther, with a f.ir wind. When within fertY miles of Portland, the wind suddenly changedl frdi' the N. W. to-the S. S. W. blowing a drendfil gale, and the vessel, in conseqet:nce of the sea, could not carry her canvass. When Capt. Saunders saw lis danger, he attemnpted to put the vessel about, for the purpose of ru...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

W n are indebted to the kindness of friends' for the completion of our files to the 27th July. We glean from the C]hronicle of the 25th and 26th July. On the 'ith thel House of .Comn.oi solved itself into a committee on ertaitin solutions respecting t(le South Anistre' government. In consequence of. the cial embarrassments of the province, Stanley proposed that its govermnent".?h be placed in the hands of the crownd res ing for her Majesty the prospectivep0 of Inodiiying its present provisions. ThI atmospheric railwjay anpparats. likelv to be laid down in the Thanes I, nel, and it, is proposed to apply it to ascent and descent of p'ssengers, hoe carriages and goods by means ofthe exids. pascsngr' slhaftts, so as .to obviate thse~ pense 'o fatrther op'snings. Sir Robert Peel stated, in his place in House of Commons on the 18th.,.that'e cis wouldbhe transported to themost pend the convict colonies ; which, we presumes Port Arthur. Sir Caries Metcalfe, late Governor ofI maica, had arri...

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COMMERCIAL & MARKET NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

S.e.irL7hoG r1.1cr:o-.Er c n ??:Lr : Ni.- . r', 17 nI.ALs.-Vo to aCound e to Ne:;7 iHt ven. in i -,Tan:snan's Gc'1,! , if, .-h :n :he arrive oil' Cape rinewel! or, itchan's I!sland, the ,:.thor be 1ne, shoult run f'ron the cauten' 'core oF the rt;ul-ha and ni:-ke Crexil?? H-arbour, which is :: few iiles to the couthward of the entrance of the French Pass, and 'ill b" eCsi:l ..o.n by thr'e islandso being in the certr cof the ba;. .wthich leads to a creek running up E. N. E. mid W. S. W., with i:x or c'ven f"athoms for two cr three miles, and n.iite laudlozl:ed from the o ea. Afcr passing Croxilles, they may run boldly down to the S. W., within a mile of the shore. :Aout eight miles from Croxilles they : ll -Snake Pepin's Island, ; hich, lho'eve:r, does inot show as all island but a's a point, with scre ral small roeks off it. Froni t'hence tihs cour-e i s omething tir'e t ttherou-thward, about ei?ht miles to the commencement of the flats of lelscn I-aven, ind .nine from the entrsao e...

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