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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

St. STEPHEN'S, IPSWICH. rpHB KIRK-SESSION of the Scots Church, X Ipswich, beg to intimate to the Members of the Church, at a distance, that, if the Lord will, the Sacrament of the Lohd's Suppee will be dispensed in the New Church, on Sabbath the 2.1rd day of MARCH next. The following are the hours for Divine Service. Thursday, 20th March, 7 o'clock, p.m. Saturday, 22nd ,,11 „ a.m. Sabbath, 23rd ,,11 „ a.m., and 7 p.m. Monday, 24th „ 11 „ a.m. By order of Kirk-Session, W. L. NELSON, MomiiuTOB. St. Stephen's, Ipswich, 18th February, 1S56.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL NEWS. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. TASMANIA. (From the S. M. Herald's Correspondent.) Hobart Town, February 12.— The tJommittee of Enquiry into the abuses of the Convict Department bave brought their labours to a very unsatisfactory conclusion. The blame attaches, however, solely to the chairman, Mr. (iregson. When the tune fixed for bringing up the report arrived, that gentleman, consistent with his known negligent habits, was not ready, and Mr. Anstey filled up the gap by hastily preparing a, short report, which was presented to the Council and adopted. Mr. Gregson afterwards produced a more elaborate report, in which tho charges proved against Dr. Hampton and his colleagues were pointed out and their dismissal recommended.; but the Committee had not seen it, and the Council, having already adopted a report, would not receive it. Mr. Gregson then gave notice that ho would move a number of resolutions on the subject, and did so, but the Council had become weary of it, and rejected them also.. Referrin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

' ifc'T. BOWLAlbg;* - '» yTEMBEB of die Royal College of Burgeons, J3f±. England; Licentiate of the Society of Apothe caries, England; and formerly District Surgeon to the Liverpool North Dispensary, has commenced the practice of his profession, and may be jconsulted at the Premises of ME. REEVE, Brisbane Street, Ipswich. ON SALE, 1 Oafcraiffay, in «tt«D quantities Pi»H-- Awplflffi rJPF'?i!iMffj 'ft^tlTHWT ' Maize ' ? ' «?n6rftlfli^opry and Drapery Hs£r «d U« ftattww**, &c. .? : . FEHISTEB, ? ' - Kiehpto Street. 't CLEABCNG OUT BALE 7t)f \ gulps?* stock. . HAS resoVved to*oiw^o»t Ms entire Stock of Summer -Gort*»,«na-f sting of Muslin and Barege Dresses, PIMn BaregeaJiGiiigbains, Worked Robes, Shawls, and ;3iantleaji.Eibbons,3and other ArtMes too numorooi to particularise. » In oM»rl»dq^ii««peo(lily»ana completely he has Reduce* the Stock , tq-afraction alwye Cost, and some Goods to '#:.*'???:?'? '?'. ^ fender DoiA$tiai-r -..:.? ' i .. The Si)* Trill Commence on Thursday nes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

STEAMERS BREHEB AND HAWK. fSSUyL Thb undersigned beg to notify that 3^Eg9k they are prepared to receive WOOL, JHNZ&mS^' &c- for transmission to Brisbane, or tS99«B Sydney, either by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at rates as low M those charged by any other party. THOS. BOYLAND & Co., Agents fob Bbemeb and Hawk. Ipswich, Oct. 18th, 1856. SHEEP FOE SALE. .^^^Mflt OAAA MADDEN EWES, ^?M 4/\J\j\J 18 nufetba, ??? 2000 HOGfffiT&.^inixed ages. ^?^«S^^ WALTER GRAY & Co. Ipswich. 29 Feb., 1856. 8T/\ r\4~\f\ SHEEP Wanted, TO lU.fJiJLIontenns.ononp of the boat runs on the Darling Downs. . Apply. to WALTER GRAY & Co. Ipswioh, 11th Feb., 1866. A r\ i~\f\j~\ BRICKS FOB SALE, *kKJ.\J\J\J Applyto WALTER GRAY & Co. Ipswich, 16th Feb.. 1666. . ? . ? -^ ? — '- FOR SALE,. AN Excellent SPRING CART, adapted for travelling in the Bush, quite new. ? ? Applyto WALTER flBAY & Co. Ipswioh, 29 Feb., 1856. To Butchers. 1 (\(\ FAT CATTLE, in prime order...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. February 2i.— Gazehound, barque, 888 toifc, Alli son, from London 6th and the Downs 9th November February 2C.— Kate Kearney, Bchooner, 84 tonB. Punch, from Valparaiso December 15. February 27.— Chance, ketch, 40 tons, George, from Morpeth February 15. Passenger— Mr. Biggs March 8. — Shamrock, steamer, Paterson fh»n' Sydney. ? ? . ' ' ' ;. DEPARTURES. February 85.— Palermo, lirig, 184 tons, Gold, for Sydney. ' - ' ? February 26.— Don Juan, schooner, 150 tons, Ltnflo, for Sydney. ' - . ^^Kf'1^ 28— Boomerang, steamer. 400 tens, O*ReiUyv for Sydney; Passengers— Captain t-aJey. Mr.' BreWBter, Mr. W. Hoyd, Mr. lindov Mr.»Hengs ler, Mr. Davidson, Mr. J. H. Aeher, and 24 in the steerage.' ? ? ? ? ' ? February 28.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 250 tons. Sholl, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Costello ana family, Mr. and Mrs, Reid, Rev. Mr. Hanssman and family, and 12 in the -steerage. ; JQBPORts; Boomerang: 80 packages, Aberdeen ; 81 do., Bor land ; 85 do., Buckley ; 20 ...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

C0MMEEC1AL REPORT. Trade has been rather dull during the past week, ind we have nothing of consequence to report. The following produce has been received and for warded for shipment -— Prom Messrs. W. Grav & uo s. stores :— 18 bales wool, K&M ; 19 ditto, T in a diamond; 9 ditto, 1 bale skins. Turner; 20 bales wool, C over McK in a diamond ? 21 ditto, GRE ; 10 iitto; M ; 10 ditto, AB over WG & Co. ; « ditto, M ? m ditto, JI ; 10 ditto, TBS ; 4 ditto, S in a diamond »ver WG & Co. From Messrs. Borland & Coi. stores :— 8 bales Wool, M ; 4 ditto, O ow M.Birk man; 19 ditto, HLover Y; 2 ditto dippings, same brand ; 40 bales woo), M & D ; 7 ditto, PEDL ; 18 ditto, H B Fit* ; 20 ditto, 2 bales skins, Bracker. Floor is Uio same as last quotations. Mepsrs. Mort and Co., in their pircular-ofAe4!2nd ?ltoj, quote superior cUps of wool from Is. HA. to BtAM ' ^ to 9°°** ls- Zid- to ls' *W- ; low to middling, ls. Id. to ls. 3d. ; grease, 6d. to ls. Eal...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. New Can dt date. — A requisition is in course of signature calling upon Mr. Macalister, solicitor of this town, to allow himself to be put in nomination as a candidate for the representation of die Stanley Borough b. Anticipated Failure.— On Tuesday last a meet ing of Messrs. Kent and May's creditors was held at Messrs. Richardson and Co.'s stores. Tbe statement ' produced showed the liabilities of the firm to be about £5,300, and the assets, the value of steam engines and machinery of the ttawmills ; over which Richardson aud Co. hold a (till of sale for £1700 ; the wood in logs on the premises, value about £350 ; against. which there exists a claim for wages and rent to tbe amount of about £600; together with the household furniture, which is secured' to an. Ipswich creditor for near £400. To meet the chums of the remaining creditors there seems to be literally nif. No statement was . produced accounting for the disbursement of the large amount expended, but th...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. CROWN LANDS' OFFICE, SYDNEY, 11TH FEBRUARY, 1830. TRANSFER OF RUNS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Cbown LkNEB' Ofpicx, SrDKEY, lH4l FeBECABV, 1SSC. TJIANSFEB OF RUNS. It ]s hereby notified, for general infonnatlnu, that tbe Interest of tbe previous occupants in the undermentioned Runs of Crown Lands liu been transferred, xvitli tbe sanction oftbo (lovern ment, to the persons hereinafter particularised, in accordance with the Hegulationa of the 1st January, 1MB, during the , period from UtU September, 1854, to tho 31at Dooember, 1855. I GEORGE BARNEY, j Chief OoDjinissJouer of Crown laa&t. Previous Occupant. Name of Hun. To whom Teinsfireld. WIDE BAY AND BUENKTT DISTRICTS. Broom Thnmas ? Kullogum ? ..Union John Oardcw Pollll ? Wooroolin ? Haly C.R.&W. O'Orady Corficld UenryOox Tcebab ? Baton John Ditto ? Wycalba ? Ditto Ditto ? Yarounimll ? Ditto EUiott G. aud XT. ...Aranbanga ? Herbert H. & T. Ditto ? Joiinboom ? Ditto Ditto ? Tjowcr Jolmboom DiMo Korlier Goorgo ......Mungftbulloo ? Walsh William Farqharaon A. &R. Auburn ? Mont...

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AN ENGLISH EYE-WITNESS'S ACCOUNT OF THE PASSAGE OF THE INGOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

AN ENGLISH EYE-WITNESS'S ACCOUNT OF THE PASSAGE OF THE INGOUR. Ban^s of tbe Ixgour, November 5. — Having heard that the avant posle of the army was encamped within two tours' march of the Ingour, I determined a week ago to leave Shemserrai, where Omar Pasha still retained bis bead quarters, and to push on to the front. At about seven miles from Shemserrai the road crosses the Godava river, and finally leaves the coast. The country is flat, but for the most port covered with a dense forest, where swamps frequently occur, which are calculated seriously to impede the progress of an army on the marsh, J found myself surrounded by a miscellaneous con course, straggling by devious paths through tbe tangled underwood, or ploughing their way through the deep mud. There were infantry and cavalry in long lines winding between the magnificent oak and beech trees of which the forest is composed — Abasians, on wiry ponies, dodging in and out, and getting past everybody — mules and pack-horses, i...

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PUBLIC FEELING AT ST. PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

PUBLIC FEELING AT ST. PETERSBURG! A letter from St. Petersburg, of the 12th, in the Patrif, says ; — It is really astonishing how much dis trust has seized on the population here of late, partly in icpnsequeuce of the continued success pf the Allies, and partly from the dreadful condition lit which many of the superior officers have returned here from Cronstadt, when the blockade was raised by the departure of tlie French and English fleets. These officers are absolutely worn out with long fatigue and illuess-r-tho inevitable result of a long blockade. It is, .rumoured that Prince Dolgorouki, Minister of War, is about to present to the Emperor a plan -lr£wn tip by some foreign engineers, and intended to Bufrouud St. Petersburg with a double line of forti fications' and earthworks. No one doubts that the plan in. question will be approved of by the Emperor; and in that case the works will be com menced immediately, notwithstanding the approach, of winter. Count de Wielowski, who was ...

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WAR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

WAR MISCELLANY. Amenities of Wae. — The Journal it Constan tinople publbhes a letter of the 14th, in which we read : — ' The French troops ere opposite the Russians along the whole line of the Tchernaya. A tew days since the Frencu soldiers, who are always ingenions in finding means of passing away the time, put themselves along the line of the advanced posts, in direct communication with the Russian soldiers placed opposite to them. The plan which they adopted was this : they hoisted on the ends of their bayonets some small white handkerchiefs ; the Rus sian soldiers, not to be wanting in politeness, did the same ; thus showing that they were disposed for a conference. The French soldiers then showed their bread and coffee, and the Russians their guords of brandy; and then, with common accord, they ad fcneed towards each other without arms, and took their coffee and brandy together. It appears that the kind of recreation went on for some days without the knowledge of the French and...

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THE ARCHBISHOP OF KHERSON AND THE RUSSIAN MILITIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

THE ARCHBISHOP OF KHERSON AND THE! RUSSIAN MILITIA. Archbishop Innocent, of Olessa, whose fanatical addrosB to the Czar we lately published, hns just harangued the militia of Morcow, on their arrival at Odessa. Tlie following are the urmcioal nassaces:— ? , Behold yourselves upon the shore of the Block Sea, in face of the enemy. . After invoking the pro tection of God, it remains to prove by rft'.-i* that which up till now has been in your heart and upon yonr iips. . '... . Yonr valor will be worthy of yonr words, and you will do ten times more tiian -yon promised to do to Ihoss who sent you hither. .?'?-?.: To wiia to excite yonr valor against the ennmy, would be to forget (hat since roar infancy yoa have had before yonr eves Borodino, Toroiithio, and. Mnloiaroslnvetr.. Oh! such men will never flinch before an enemy, whoever ho may be. To recall to you the obnepatmn of the warrior, wonld be to. suppose you to thmk no more of the holy ashes of Moscow which yonr fathers with their ow...

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THE CZAR'S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

THE CZAR'S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY. . Under date of Simpheropol, Nov. 12, the Em peror Alexander addressed the following order to his troops. It is, it will be easily perceived, more grateful for the nast than hopeful of the future ; at least, if there be hope expressed, it is not in the defiant and unbending phraseology employed an terior to tiie fall of Sel/astopol. Tbe altered tone is not unsnggestive of a desire to ' back out ' prepa ratory to peace negotiation. The Emperor says : — 'Brave Soldiers tof the Army of the Crimea,— By my order of tbe day of the 11th September, I ex pressed to you my feelings of sincere gratitude for your services in the defence of Sebastopoi — services which have acquired for you immortal glory. But it was not sufficient for my heart to thank you from a distance for the heroic acts of courage and devoted ness with which you have supported, to the admira tion even of your enemies, a terrible siepe of nearly a year's duration ; it is r:ere, in the midst of...

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ELECTIONEERING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

ELIECTiOKEERINg MEETINGS.. Mr. A. Forbes, ope of tbe candidatef for tin Stanley Boroughs, met the electors of Ipswich lit the Bed Cow Inn, In Bell Street, on Thnrsihiy evening, br the purpose of explaining his political principles. The room was densely crowded, and numbers who were unable to obtain admittance occupied the verandahs. Pie beat vj-as intense, so much so, that it had Jhe eame effect as a vaponr bath Upon the auditory, many of whom would have been ghw) of an opportunity to make their 'escape t bat us thls'was all but ah trripossibility, theysubmilted quietly to the - inconvenience, being forcibly reminded of the old adage that 'what could not bp cured, must be endured.' \ ?-.? , It was moved by Mr. 'Charles Wheeler, seconded by Mr. Jones, ftttd carried unanimously, ibatMr. Henry Kilner -lo toke the chair. ' ' :'' ? - u ;.V , The Chairman said, the object of the present meeting; wa«^ to obtain from Mr. Fortes an cxplana - tion pf his pj^fefl yiewB, and he wished it to bb ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Yarra Yavra yester day, we have received our usual files of Syd ney papers to the 11th instant. There had been only two days' later intelligence from Europe received by the Chimera from Liver pool via Melbourne. A report was generally prevalent that the Russians had taken. Ears. Rumours of peace were also gaining consistency. The trial of the Rev. Vladimir Petcherine and John Hamilton, fpr Biblerburning, was being proceeded with in Dublin on the 7th of December. After an eloquent speech for the defence by Mr. O'Hagan, the case was ad journed until the following day. The Imperial Commercial Bank of Odessa had suspended specie payments — the premium on silver being 12 to 15 per cent. Consols had advanced to 90 l-8th, and the bullion in the Bank of England bad increased to the extent of .£87,000 sterling. The London Post says definitely that no oouvention has yet beep entered into with Sweden. Deserters confirm the reports that the bulk of the...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

Aunr alter au partem. Pin. — As our lonul press qf Jfqiwton Bay has for months hack published qo winch a.ga{nst '* religious endowments,' I think every impartial journalist in tliH district is now bound in justice, if called On to do so, ti- give the public an opportunity of geejng something from the '?'? gther side.' For the tnfonna? tion, tln:n, or rather correction, of all those who, iu this district hut scarcely anywhere ehe in the oniony, 'MH now loud Hn declaiming against tho Churclj 'Act of tbat moBt liberal, impartial, and flliUght&nuT statesman, the late Sir Richard Burke, and t«- afTprd, airqoaqswcrable answer to those who arc charged' with inconsistency and injustice to some religiqus denominations in trying to maintain that Act, I hope you will have the goodness to give insertion to the following in the North Australian. I lay it down as a position or first principle that no Christian having a Christian tpirit can object, to the endowment of a Christian Church by...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

DRAYTON. [FROM OUB COBBE8PONDEKT.1 I fear that you think I have entirely forgotten you for the last few weekfi ; but not having any particu lar news to communicate, I imagined my epistles would be stale, flat, and worthless. Electioneering matters seem to be the topic of the day here, not forgetting gold, which no doubt you have heard has been found in small quantities at Warwick. l] At the Police Office, on the 27th ultimo, Thomas Lewis appeared before A. W. Manning, Esq., P.M., to answer a charge of drunkenness in the streets of Drayton: convicted and fined £2. George Bock, for, a similar offence, was fined a like sum. . On ths 28th ult., before T. De Lacey Moflatt, Esq., Daniel Corkill was fined tn. for drunkenness, being his first offence, and having borne the character of an industrious and sober man. : On the 29th ultimo, before A. W. Manning, P.M., John Watts, T. De Jjaeey Moft'att, and .las. Taylor, Esqrs., Charles Barrett appeared on summons to answer a compjaint preferred ...

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COUNTRY OF STANLEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

COUNTY OF STANLEY ELECTION*. On Saturday, the 15th inst., Henry Buckley, Esq., Hie candidate for tho representation of the County of Stanley, met die cluctorg at the Spoiternan'tr^Arms, in Little Ipswich, for the purpose of explaining his .political sentiments to the constituency. The meet ing was very respectably attended, notwithstanding the inclemuut state of the weather, aud the room was wellflUed. It was moved by Mr. Cockbnrn, seconded hy Mr. Southerden, and carried, that Mr. Benjamiu Cribb should take the chair. ? ? ? , ? ?? ' ' The Chairman said that tbe honour conferred upon him was quite unlooked-for, aud that he wos quite unprepared to offer any lengthenud observations. Hp would, therefore, content himself by saying that he bad great pleasure in calling upon Mr. Buckley to address the meeting. ; ,- ; ? ? t. ?? 3fr. Buckley then came forward and «poke for. some time in his usual fluent arid oblfe-manne* ; but we regret tilat we have room rtftty for thft'sabBtaii* of his rem...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

WARWICK. [fbom ode dujltton and daust correspondent.] Present— A. W. Manning, Esq., P. M\, John Douglass, Esq., J. P., A. Macarthur, Esq., J. P., John Watts, Esq., J.P. Having bad occasion to goto Warwick, and know ing you would be glad to hear from tbat locality, 1 took a stroll round the town, which I can assure you is by no means one unworthy of notice in our northern districts, particularly the many substantial and superior buildings, constructed of the best timber, in all parts of the township. No doubt you heard of the discovery of gold in the district, on the estate of Canning Downs, the property of Walter Davidson, Esq. I believe there are some 30 or 40 persons at present at work; with what success I cannot in the meantime acquaint you. I hear Mr. Manning, the Commissioner, will visit the spot, and. no doubt, remind some of the diggers with a gentle hint, that a small amount of cash will be required of them in the way of a license fee. Christian Monk, Anthony Khon, and Phili...

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FRIDAY, MARCH [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 March 1856

'eptiDkY, JtAlU3Xti!l( Ofl ?yi3ay evftuing A. MacB!5stor/Esq., one of Hie candidates wf the Stanley Boroughs, 1aiet the electors Rtthe ftueeii'e Aims' Hotel, lu'lSttet-Btrcet, for the .jiiirpM^ of explaining Li« jpolitieaS' i'ehtihjtents. At ^the Appp|ntod hour, a large conwnirseof electors nud ^tbor.|ieiipns MfsembleA nVthe lioicl, When it was enoDikacertaiheJ that It would tioiriiprnOticsbie to address them In the large roping il bdtiig ifnmcdiately jjlled. It was tUcrerqre autermbeo Vaei the candl 4ate shpuld Aellyer his speech from the verandah. 5i»is part of the building \tiii ajso Umnediately ^oWded to exocss, so much srt', ttiatlt was with the greatest. difficulty Iffr, MaCaliBtdf liuiiiislf could ob Siln gtan'ding room, as every one W«mcd to think that th« table iatended to tha'icooaimbdationnf tile Cjiirman, the candidato and tho prtsS, was plnood thwo tat *lii»tti»e «f *TpfeScy pauoii present:- The consequence was, that the crushing for a place near: the speaker was very s...

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