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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Sydney Shipping News.; AklU VEO. OCT. 21-The steamer Shamrock, 20Ö tous, Gilinoie, master, fruin Putt Pu ttl ip the lölh. Launceston the 20tb,atid Twofold títfi the 23rd inst, wita sundi ¡es. .Ocr. 24-«The steamitr» Sovereign. tons, Cape, master, from Moreton tíay tu* 21stiostaot, with 31 hales wool, 2 j casks^ tallow, &c. Ocr. 25--The schooner ¿Martha $ Eliza I be hrSl tons. Devlin, waster, from Port! Phillip th.? .18:h instant, with potatoes, &c. ' OCT.. 26.-The schooner Sfiamrock, fc4 '?? tous,* Uro wu,'toaster, from Ausland, 28th aepiemuer, and the Bay of Islands the 9th instaiih.^wtth.pil, . OpT,;^6.^tue orig Palmyra* 145 tong, Griftjjths, toaster, from Launceston, tue 18th iostautj^ith gtain, potatoes, &c. Ocrv.26 - The schooner Eagle, 108 tons. Hodges, master, from Circular H/ead, with potatoes. OCT. 27-The barque Lmchester, 333 tons, Purchase, wa&trt, from Loudon tue 15th an i the Downs the 23rd June, with a, general cargo. OCT 27-The missiona...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Berrima. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Berrima. (From our own correspondent.) Tiro prisoner« of, the Crown named Nu» »hen Cole and William Ox lev, appeared before the Police Bench on Monday, 2l«t instant, on suspicion of being concerned in several robhei ira. Information had been received that the prisoners had absconded from the Tread-mill, Sidney, and that they had been seen in the Victory of Berrima, having a pistol in their possession. On . the Monday night previotH.constable * f Brien who resides about two railea fiom Berime, obsetviog two suspicious looking characters passing his house, called th«*in in, and questioned them, when they said they wer» f;ee men ; but doubting their statement ho wanted to handcuff them, which they re sisted. He then stood sentry over them with his gun. aud sent into the chief constable who .»hort!y arrived, and having succeeded |u handcuffing them they were forwarded to*the. watch-house and kept in custody. The bench committed them to take their trial. On Friday the 18th instant, the c...

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Supreme Court. Clfïfc SlDR. MovruY OCT. 28.-Ö«äfore their Hono the three Ju Ige«, Duguid v. Hobler -Judgment in this CB; wa« delivered by his Honor rh* Chief Justic ft w»4 ' a motion to «et aside an order fi amending the judgment roll on varioi ¿round*; one of which was-that the d fendant wan stated to have been sued J chairman of the Hunter Uiver Auction Co« patiy.,. instead of in bis p riv H te capacit which obj-ction was not borne out by ti »ecord . It was clear that every member i th'4t Company contd sue or be sued ; ar therefore all persons joining the same shun! have taken care to guard themselves again the consequences. The amendment a] p»ared to the court to be such only as.wi neces«i»y to render the record consister with itself. With respect to the ohjectio that the rule had been granted improvident] and contrat y to law-having been obtai.ne hv collusion-the court were of opinion tin there was nothing to support such an obj«i Hon; eire rv member of the company wa bouud by t...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Sydney News, : MASÓXIO BRKRVÖLKNT FtffcQ.-Agree« ably to previous announcement, a Charity? Sefrrron Itt behalf of this |»stitnt|oci .w*a preached at St. James's Church, on Wed. iièsdav, by the Ker. Chartes Woodward, B. C Í,., who is, we believe, a Brother or the Order. The procession to the church waa most effectually mganiied. ^Tn» military band, which preceded it contributed ma terially to the general fffect, »nd the .at tendance of the craft was at once numero»» ¡ ? and respectable Of the sermon too ratu'H , cannot be said -in its praise-; it was eloquent, detciiptive, pathetic, and historical. We understand it ia to be pi rn ted for general circulation, lt is worthy of it. The Lord Bishop of Australia, Colonel Despard, and many other distinguished persons attended. The collection was about £20. ; After ser vice, the procession re-Organized, and re turned to the Masoi tc Hall, where the Brethren, including the Parramatta Lodge and some from Windsor, sat down to a col lation prepa...

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The French at Tahiti. TO TBE EDITOR OF THE HAWKESBUBV COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

TO TBE EDITOR OF THE HAWKESBUBV COUBIEB. Tmj ton« of the French wfar party-the doings at Tahiti-the recent steam pamphlet -and the great "naval gathering*' in the! Eastern seas induce a belief that the accora ' paoying authentic statement will ootJ»iH-i timed ' ' jip Comparatif)»force ofthe French and nntitk ¡ ? squadrons at present in the Pacific. FRENCH. gun«, men. L'fJranie, Commodore ßrnat.60 600 ii« Heine Blanche, Admiral Petit Thouars ".54 520 Lamana*.-52 450 Lu «arpóle (csu mon ut 34 guns) 30 235 L^íeurthe. ditto..30 235 L*Auihnsoadel ditto .30 235 Ufcomme; 1 .,.22 190 (J*Triomphante ................ 2i 175 Leonis ..V...... * v. 20 130 f>hale ^.......16 U0 La Siirene..'.¿i..54 500 < La Charte (a ship of new construction and very heavy metal)..46 400 Three steamers (6 guns and 170 men ? each)...18 510 454 4290 BRITISH ïDublin, Cspt. J. J Tucker. 50 500 Thalia. , " Charles Hope 42 300 Fisgard, " John A. Dunf se .... 42 300 Carysfort, Lord George Paulet.. 26 175 Ta...

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On Manures generally found on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Oil Manures generally found on the Farm (By Cutbert W. Johnson, Esq., F.R.S) ALTHOUGH there are few farms in < Ulanda whose profitable culture cam be assisted by additional artificial n nure«, yet it is equally certain that il rarely found that the fertilizers which I land itself produces are used to the es;U to which they are profitably capable' These means of agricultural i ni pro vern« therefore« will be the subject of this r per. Of the many neglected sour« of fertility pommonly met with in m< districts, is the mixture of the soils tl^e j|;enderins the sands and gravi more tenacious àhd more fertile» «in more retentive of moisture, by th« a dition of clay, marl, or chalk, and t addition of sand br ashes, or lime the clays to render them more fria*>1 This source bf improvement and of pe pianent improvement too, is one th hardly any farm of any tolerable e lent is entirely without ; ot if the,d sil^l easily manure is not to be ibm f)^ 4he aurface of the fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

T TERMS. Th' HAWKESBURY CourtiErt will continue to b» pub' tithed svcy Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to alt part* of tfu Country, The terms of SiBscrumow «ir« 5» per Quarte-', and SubscribTs not resUenlin eiiher of the obavi loans must pay in advance. The quarter* end om \ the last Thursday in the months ot March, June, "?eptember. n»d Derembe> ton which davspn'y or Vieviout to th' following V outlay can resignad ms be receive I, which must b$ aCcom¡ttH¡i d by pay« ment of all monies dus. The chtges for ADVFRTISHÍ£KTS are: Fun* the first inch 3».; a "rf for every inch of'.s voce.after, vt the rats of 1« fjr each insertion ; a d the n«m« fier of times tn be i uilifhtd must be written on the fare rf thi manuscrit)t, or the adonti<,emr»tswill be continued till c untermanded Son-suhtc-ihe11 must fay Ve amount previous tn ths inss lion of their adte litsmems, whxh must be snit bfors Otelve o cio k u wi. OH U'elnesdav, and odirs to trithd- aw not l...

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A [?] T[?] [?] [?] [?] [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

\ : tmsgmm ap^re» &yÊ$k »P^$ííkÍ»ff¿ílírafJ now lililí peirce ; ít*a.t peace lias need of soldier*, even ais proudly replied A mm iel. ** Le! U be to; morrow,-let it be this hour : : C-am ready lo départ." *41^ô~.WAmmîtf^ ed FVla; «'leave not thia roof. Choose fome ofhcr profession Mian the crud onè of war. «« Woman !" thundered] Hophin, <* give' your advice when asked 1" Th« silence which succeeded the loud and forions words weighed heavily «ven on the staves crouching- in whispering groups al the other extremity of the ter race. Eaefciel, the captait» of the £§ng% ¡ frtiards is my friend and kinsman. He i ï-mïl receive''you tomorrow tn his corps. Ammiel, you depart to-morrow." , - T# morrow ?*' involuntary replied *}0ß^*^M. "SS1 * f*rayjcóníip«e. This may he the last opportunity:** and Hophin «mfled maliciously. ' v - 44 Vou tart me. ray lord/' said Ezela. in alow yoi.ee (his poignard hilt pressed rudely against her side)-'* you hart1 me and she endeavoured to d...

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

GARDENER? í¡ FARMERS? CALES OAR. OCTOBER. The Garden.--Hi\\ and olean potito-a j eoif peas und heans, cabbage, French beans ; traes» plant capsicums, chill e*, an<l «>gg plant ; guard against insects ; dean the garden throughout. . The Orehard.-r-V.xrtaiBe and trim young grafts.; thin the fruit on peach, nectarine, apricot, and el» mond trees. T/te Field-Plant msjae without dela*.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hewkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Original Correspondence« I Tothe Editor of the Htmkeabury Courier. ^iR,--Your able correspondent4' ANTIIÍOCOS** in your last Number, baring not only Invited contributions, but put in practica bia tseorv ' 'nd a -r a good example, it would be a pity should , it not be followed up. .Therefore, however unejua.. to (ha task I may find' myself, 1 cannot but nuke; ho attempt ; and my hope is, that aboiild thai attempt ba found " «tala, flat and «nprofitaUJb.'í still, that it may meet soma recompense, tty nducing otbere to ¿step into the field. ij " Aiitliropoa" exhibited the origi l of many ? surnames, and it is my intention to nirodiicea; kind of sequel tn bia letter, by illustrating a^ few cases in which may be perceived in some j common and inexplicable title« a villall n from be im« tigthle original such for example, i* Ut* wei .known EngUth tign 1 Tue Hull atti Momh,' winch however I«minar to every Cockney, had ?ts origin in a Fiencb Purr, the primeval re presentation beug " The Boul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

«ËSBiï COMIER," Général Printing Office LI:TTKII-PIII->S PRINTING pf-I every description performed with leatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. Anglist 8, 1844. Stationery. ? o- - ? ©SS ' BAIMB AT THE OfPICJi OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING OF, I.HÍI! Foolscap Hlue «rove du. i).i colored do. Folio Post Q lano do. i>o. do Tinted Plain and I'interl Cards Memorandum books Qnlls Bia. k L'a I Pencils Ink in Hollies, >ea'ing Wax til £ #w|ft, comfórteble,-w»d »»fe Emu ANO Çoineth hiving underdone extern*?» r»p«ir», will «om* .menos oa THURSDAY, TBE 24TH OCTOBER, I »o run for ll.e SU Sf M KR M ON TH S st follow» ; from Parram*!'» at h tlf-»«vt 7 morning, lt noon, ,.,, and half-port 4 «f ariiopn. 0 iV 5 UN D AV S, From Sydner, pt 9 in wing; «nd from Parra» watta at half-par 4 «fui awn. An Omnibus witt tte in attendance st Parramatta' lo conroy Passenger* beiwen the Town and Wharf at the irnvsl and departure of the steamers, vithput ar y additional thar ¿e. ¿¿¿-i VV ol, tali...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES-With refeienee to the pd ve rt werne nt ia the Government Ga zette of the 13th ultimo, notifying a sale of certain Occupation Licenses, which was to have taken pl «ce at the Police Office at Ba thurst on the 17>h instant; -notice is hereby given, that the sale of th« License« in que* lion is necessarily postponed to Thursday, the 21st day of NoVember uext.at ll o'clock CONTRACTS FOB THE COLONIAL SEKVICK FOR 1845.-- Votice is hereby ¿iven that Tenders will he received ut the Colonial Secretary's Office, until Monday, the 11th November next, at. noun, for furnishing for the Colonial Service in the several Districts, the USUMI supplies, in such quantities as may be required during Twelve ('alendar Months, commencing 1st Jan. 1845, upon the condi tidus hereafter specified,. Further patt icu Urs "and information may be obtained at the Colonial Secretary's Office, or to the Auditot <yeneral. The parties tendering or an \ Agent for them, ...

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Pennith R[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

a. treiice £»}; heat* two milrK ; three ertö^ of uo race ; fur bot ses of »ii ages ; weight for ag«. . .? ' The first heat wa« won by Mr. Biee*f«on*tv Jorrö-ka-the second and third by Mr,"Ito* berta* buttery This raçe was .weif con tested the Ust two heats-the owner of Lottery having changed bis Jockey after the tint beat. "'? - The SECOND RACK was for the MAIDEN PLATE of twenty sover^tjjns, with a awe<>p< staTies of five sovereigns each : entrance £2 ; heats one mile and a distance ; three eu« trances or no race; weight forage. This waa taken in gallant style by Mr. C. Smith's Crucifix. Th*» THIRD KACB was for the TALLYHO STARRS of five sovereigns each, with £15 added for all horses carrying ten stone ; heats one mile and a distance ; entrance £2 ; three entrances or no race ; the winner tojAa sold by auction to' £15 ; any dr fi. caKt-v to be made up or any surplus to l^ndded to the funds, wrl'here were four entrances. The race wa« won hy Mr. Bailey^ Escape...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1844. Cottage Farming. NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

tSDAY. OCTOBER 81; 1844. Cottage Faming. wo. 2. IN pursuing this subject vre shall ctnb dy ÍSWrenVarks which are extracted frcra paper by Mrs. Davies, widow of a late P« jsidept of the Royal Society, in whic ehe describes an experiment she - iiad mac tn the sub-letting of land, and wherei «he states that from what had taken plat tinder her own observation during a fe years, she felt persuaded that t»y -du management, the frightful causes of povrt and distress in Fngland nvgbt be soo removed. It had been stated in the Hous of Commons that the average producec Land in Great Britain was twen y-si bushels of wheat per acre. If, therefore it were possible to increase this produc . to twenty-seven bushels per acre, by an improved system of cultivation that irjfi not involve additional expense, there wouli be an annual increase, taking the averag price of wheat, equal in value tb £l,200;00l But Mrs. Davies states, that iri_3iBC owi experience she" had found, that hy carefu weeding, manurin...

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The Israelites. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

The Israelites. DEEMING the following extracts inte* resting to some of our readers, we have much pleasure in copying them from the la est English papers. Baron Rothschild, to whom the Emperor of Austria has recently granted the privilege to hold land in Moravia, has, with a view to enable polytechnic studies to be prosecuted in th« propoiod Moravian University, given 40,000 fl. (£400) to the chancellor, Count liUighy. asan endowment for that purpose. To the Poor house at Brünn, with a view to provide therein for the maintenance of de rayed Burghers (a design cherished many years bv the Burgomaster) Baron KothschiM h*4 presnute.1 60,000 ll. (£600 )-Voice of Jacob, Juna 7, ÉSTlkAtlON OP TÄB JEWSIX PRUSSÎfà,-* A prboT hal tecsTitly been fcíven,*tíáV0Ws' opinion of the Prussian people iai&Xfüß inimical to the Jews, ai hat so often híT»r critically, or else spttefuilv, asserted, fw* da hw been «lecteá Town Councillor. though he continues, without iutermi*ft|£w his efforts to thr...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 -Before their Honors the three Judges. John Hodges, Richard Webb, James Slade, and Thomas Sullivan for conspiring to keep a witness out of the way, were severilly sentenced as follows: —Hodges, twelve months imprisonment; Webb, one month's imprisonment, and to pay a fine of £50; Slade, six months imprisonment; and Sullivan three months imprisonment. Waller Hollowill, for shooting a mare, to be imprisoned for three mouths. W. H.pms, fot forgery, transportation (for life, with an intimation that the term ol eentenee would be commuted to five years. John Healy, for an assault, three'years imprisonment in Parramatta Gaol. Terence Fagan {or robbery, fifteen years transportation, with an intimation that the sentence would bp commuted to seven years James A* tolan, for fraudulent insolvency, two years confinement in Sydney Gaol. IViliam Larkcy, for stealing from the person, two years imprisonment. George Robinson, for rape, iK-ath recorded...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 November 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. OCT. 31.-The schooner Marian Ffaison, 146 tons, T8ggart,master,from Hobart Town the 23rd ult., with wheat, potatoes, &c. Nov. 1.-The barque Dublin, 429 tona, Jones, master, from London the 2ad, the Downs the 5th, Plymouth the 10th, and St. Jago's the 25tb July, with a general cargo. Nov.2 -The «ie imer William the Fourth, 53 tons, Wiseman« m ister, from the Clarence River, the 30th ult., with wool, tallow, ftc, SAILED OCT. 30-The barque Greenlaw, Edgar, master, for London, with Colonial produce. OCT. 30 -The brig Annie, Potter, master, for Hong Kong, with sundries. OCT. 30-The American ship Ianthe, Woodbury, master, for the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, with sundries. OCT.30,-The steamer «SAawrocé.Gilmore, master, for Boyd Town, Port Phillip, and Launceston, with sundries. Nov. 1.-The brig Louisa, Tucker, mas , for Hobart Town, with sundries. Nov. 2-The brig Emma, Foi, master, r Adelaide, with sundries. + Nov. 4.-The schooner Coolangatta, Nnp. *...

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From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 November 1844

. .*& ... - ..* . ..J» Br #i» Ewsflfcncy ^Gewçe (X^IP. C«pttin-Cenerat »1i*;Oov«Ttat>r-iii CUitf »ftU* ferrçtory of N*w .South Wales and it« pén&eucíes, end Vibe>'£diMral ot the same, Ste, fie*. . Ii* p>rsáancf of the àutbarijty ré sae vested, by a certain Açt of ttelmpflrUl.Parïiamentof Great liritam. and ii^Und. pasaed id |be 5th and* 6tt» year of ber Majesty's R«ign, inlîtuïeâ. " Art Ac» for regulntlng the asia'of Waste Landa belonging to the Crown; ih tbtí Atiinatiin' ^©loriies?' 1 do hereby notify and proclaim, that at EteVen o'clock of Wednesday, th* 87tb day* November next, tue f »'.lowing Town and >ubutban tots of Land Will be off - ed for Sale by Public Auction, at the Po lice Office. Brisbane, Moreton Hay, at the npse't priée affixed to ¡eaou lot respectively, oh the tenn« and conditions, and under theprovi-ions of the above recited' Ac». ( Deposit 10 per cent TOWN LOTS. Upset price, £25 per lot 1 Brisbane, 36 perched, allotment No 10 or sec&...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 November 1844

Police Office. ToMDAV. OCT. 5.-Before William Cox, and L. D. Whittaker, Esquires. Joseph Phillips waa charged with hawking gooda without a license. Mr. Carrington conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Johnson the defence. By the evidence it appeared that the defendant waa in the habit of selling goods by samples, which he carried about with him ; and having received an order, would then supply it. Their Worships de cided that that did not come within the meaning of the Act ; and there being no proof of the defendant's having at any time actually hawked any property, he was dis« | charged. A man named Murphy was charged with i ; committing a violent assault, with a pair of tongs, io a house at Pitt Town. This ap pears to have been one of those regular rows for which our friends from the Emerald Isle are so noted ; and ended rather fatally for the defendant, who not only got a good bating, but was also committed for trial, and not allowed bail. A man named Moran was charged with stealing...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 November 1844

5»¿^ wppiJg^iri-4^^Drj^flgr, and Jfer '? Thorne,, %h0; Mjicqugríe Wwá^Mr. John Henderson * Brisbane Ward-Mr. Thomas'J Sroidmore;| ?|PbUltplB!f**rd--Mr. Ioho Neale and Mr. George Wilkie ; Cook Ward-Mr. Launcelot Iredale and Mr. J. F. Josephson, We perceive that Or. William Richardson has succeeded the late Dr. Harnett as Co* lonial Surgeon. THE MAYORALTY.-On Saturday next, the ?election of* Maror for the City of Sydney is appointed to be held. The candidates in the field are Mr* Alderman Macdermott and Mr. Alderman Allen. The latter gentleman, it was . rumoured, will fill the cirio chair without pay, in the event cf his election being secured f

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