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CHARGE OF HORSESTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

CILaRGE OW lfss?iTEcLts o-A cotdpoint hes been made to us, by the defendant in the case reiported on Saturday, that the ChiefConstable lnt himself toan artifice, more for the parpoa ofproenrieg the mare, than for fnarthering the and ofjusatice. Wiel-knwing that Price had parchaEsed the mare, the Chief went to him and pretended that he had apprehended the thief who sold it, and told Price to bring the mare with him. This was done, and the rare placed in Dewing's stablks, whilst Price and the thief walked to the watchhbunse. Here, instead of being called upon, as hlie expectel, to relcs nise the man, said to have beel apprehended, Price was hlimseelf plcel in dcrance. The pro ceedings at the policeiofic we have already re portel. The first owner of the mare (Lehinips) afterwards took liposesion of her, arid sold er to the ChiefConstable. Perhapis the Chief acted u.on the prirciple of the enld jastifyingtho means, and certainly if any individuaI has a ritht to plead that exlune in hh. ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

NE pound or five pounds rewar.- "Stolno r ntheed S on the evening of the 4th of irbt ro to e prCmies of tlhe andersigndI. a C t m"1m" h ands nnarl y e I , etni S rn tlte e ot iind thi h. Theaboe rhewart of ioe w '2il iCe p "aid to a"y wone who may bothe fre st, p ?eao i t er or Five Pounds on co.n. . tililo IiE ENGYPAtIEti, o the . LIctf stolen Milop-sleet Hent. SIfron 3r \"eeke?s seablN. at the rear ofM Ioora .ane ao DI a t ARE, ahut foerten hnas hiThhrat ienbd W otn near shoulder, elso two small sadrd a ot the offiT e near the shoulder, hitih rdande matlh tail. She was formerly runnina at Mtr -eC a src" silon, Cole. Any peraon bringing her SC l rt ~. .'s stables, will reeivo the aoore ,'a d . t oo39 pound rcward.Lost from the iBallret Die?nta RROA- tiORISE, acout 15:4 a high. hnjid IOR Gnear shioulder. (ltabeihler) hlack bnds h i.... t t and hbroe? mane, had on four shoea, ad a ile saddle alled. Any person delivering him to V06 - enairina c cite Digg'inga or an heato the Cecild, n...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, JAN. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

AIlSTRACTOFSAI.ES BY AUC!DIO T'uESDIT, JAt. 13. By J. Hutton & Co. at 12, C al,. By Carver& IDalton, at 12, Flour. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Furniture and Sundries. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Allotments. WEDNESDAY JAN. 14. By J. Cr. Carr, at 11, Dealer's stock-in trade. GoVERNMENT LAND SALE. Wednesday, 11th February, 1852. (At Forrest's auction rooms, Geelong.) SUIIBUBAN. Par'sh of Moolap, allotments 11 to 15 and 24 of section i, containing from 284 to 427 acres; upset price £i per acre. Parish of Barr4ol, a lots 3, 4, and 6 of sect 18, 4 and 5 of 20, and 5 of 23, the two first containing 27 acres each, and the remainder 25 acres each; upset price 40s per acre COUNTRY LOTS. Parish of MIoolap, allots 17 and 1S os sect 1, 424a; and 406a Or 32p. Cocoroc, allots F and B of sect 8, 320 and 63sa. MInrtcaim, allot 8 of sect 1, F of 2, F. and B of 3, F and B of 4, and sect 5, -rom 290 to 640 acres each. TOWN LOTS. Thursday, the 12th February. North Geelong, allotments 11 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

_ _ NEW IRONM3ONG1.ERY EST-B LISEI ESNT. P.YRIIE-,TREET, TRED 'RRICK E i..\UIR b-gs to inform th- prt,lie of Geelong and neigah .rlarodl, and the:1 Settlers and Patrness of tIe We%'rern District. that he ha, re cirv'd the first Ipor'icn cf hi supplies of fGEYERAL IRO \JMO . ERY, S sI'e, %ttrr'.s PATSr', s n., EX "CIIRIST ABEL." , WOOD STOCK." " CLAUD.'" '-ZET LANDI)," " A BERiFOY LE." and [having already built a large and convenient store, begs respectful!y to solicit orders for any' of the "rticles in these extensive departmenets of trade, either WIIOLESALE OR RETAIL. F. . hBaving had ex ensive experience in the bu-hiness niach he has conunenced h th .n England and ahr 'ad, and having mansde arrangemrents which 'sill enable himn to receive re¢nlsar supplies fromn the B1et 1 'enlr lJoa ;lanu/actutrere can with cou:ide:.ce slrc:t a share of 1;ublic patronsiae. Having se'ect d Geelone as his per manent place of residence, P. 13. is more desirous f obtaining the lasting pre ference of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. JANUARY 1[?]TH, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

GT L4oNg. LAtO.R BEPO RT. 'sleri.d eropie, io. home ?alttor..., £I3 10 .fO per annum. a h ratirn.. iirned 'r'"uptre. ftr rut s tlone. taLing taotcthr, diet .i) to £.t. .:.rredt coup'e, for out :at0onr, taking cr.e fl-ok, ditto, £50. :,.pherd'. ilth rattion, £51 to £t per an.um. I:othe*pr.. with ratio.S, £22 Ito £A. l:.Iatck drivero, per yea, £0 to £'8 to. ? .?lock driver, per netk, wltl nrtion. £1 10a. ( .,?', Pr e?an, per annum, wrlh ratfonr, .20 to J'S. l,tLo, prr w.erk, dit.n, tos. :'rh aesrpeutor, diCto, with ration.. £2 Farm cv-ant., per year, diltl, £3. to £+0. ;cto. for rrapin;, per weet. ditto, £2I 0s. t:.spers, per anrt, lice,:5s. '.rtenersa per year, ditto.n £: ti £45. f'eekiy men In town, ditto. 3?s to 4 ti. Wool- jammers, on b,ard shir. rerd.r, ditto, ?o. Thormogh houe serr?Lou, per al.uom, £ 2' t £24. e oks, ditto, £24. S.sndrra.es, Itt o, £41. Sarnemaids, ditto. f£tI to £I). Lalreur durine the pst w-rk hue itto rather more i.rati?hl. tBrhrbitit rery- dticieer. R.tpett....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

SWAN IVIEi. Co`rtLI?srs are made here, that the English government, instead of sending convicts under restraint, is deluging the colony with ticket of leave holders. A 31r Abercrombie imported a cargo of timbher from Tasmania, for which he could get no sale. lie purchased tome land, set to work, built houses with the timber, and gave the westerners an ex ample of enterprise, which it is hoped will not be thrown away. The harpoon-gun is in use at the Swan. Ship-building is actively pursued. The crops are described as promising. A mounted police is in course of orga nization. The government purposes to establish model farms, to be worked by convicts. The proposition meets with great dis favour. A dispatch had been received from Lord Grey, to the effect that the expenses of the mounted police would, after a lapse of two years, be chargeable upon the colony. Western Australia is a weak colony, and the magnanimous British govornment will of course, oppress it. The sheepwash leaf tobacco,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

C'TSTAXDIG ACCOUNT..-A- it 1- dsi cnntln on the Prpepretr of the ADOnERTISE AD n INTI-:LL. OEXCER tn dlpenme with ltelErvieftos (Co'lectirIn futur., parties Inderhtd arm rcqt't?d to cill i tile ccr~, and make t rftlementc( th,'r scOrnnt. 7Tiow &ctroi. which hate teen ;tandin nin tnrescliable sIts wII be recor.red In a summary miuner. TUESDAY MiORNING, JANCUARPY 13.

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MAURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

3IAURITI S. We have Mauritius journals to the 19th November, in which European news extends down to the 24th September. Spain was about sending a reinforce ment of .4000 men to Cuba, where she has already 16 regiments of Infantry and 1200 Cavalry. The Neapolitan Government have pub licly responded to the statements of [Mr Gladstone, on the subject of the torture and cruel treatment that Government shewed to political offenders. isle of France sugar had suffered a reduction of Gd in the ewt. The 3larician complains that, although steam cor.mmnication between London and Sydney has been decided upon, not a word is said about the Isle of France, but, as the Cape of Good Hope will be the favourite route, they have every reason to consider the vessels will beindaced to touch at their island. On the 22nd August, a severe storm visited the southern states of America, particularly along the Gulf of Florida, destroying the cotton, sugar, and tobacco plantations all along the coast. The storm ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

We have always refrained from pub Slibing rumours about gold discoveries which could not be substantiated. Ra mours of all kinds hare been premalent about the Wardiyallock, but until to-day we had no intelligence upon which we could implicitly rely. We now have pleasure in directing attention to the tltter of Mr George Wright in another column. People hlve been so nmuch ac costomed of late to startling news, that the plain matter-of-f?tt statements it contains may be treatal with indifference. We, however, attach great importance to the partiLu.ars, and vwe shulid not be tarpried to see, in a very few day?, nn rltensive migration from the old dried-up pold field to the feeders of the "Great a-'lt Lake" ('orongamite. As gold has lfn found to the S;,ntim of the Liake in t[e C('Op Otýay ranges, it is not impro lAbLIr bir tI.i t'hi intervening sliores of the I;Li,. i,- If. .-Lich is thirty miles in length, may become the s'.cne of was;ing rcrationca. , The Spindella Creek or Wariilyallo...

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POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 12th January, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

POICE OFFICE. 3londav, 12th January, 1852. inr,Ron Ills Worship the lnayor, Captain F. Frans, and J. F. Strnehn, Esq., 3.L.C. MtASTER AiD SERVANT. Thomas Stokes was brought before the magit trate_, charged by his employer, Mr A. Aitkin, of Mack's Hotel, rwith neglect of duty, and absconding from his hired service, as waiterat the bore hotel, being in breach of awritten agreement. Thomas Aitkin deposed to the circumstance of Stokes refusing to perform his usual work, and to his suddenly leaving the premises last Friday, his agreement not terminating nntal the 17th of the present month. M3r IBleher. who appeared for the defendant, kowught to the consideration of the bench the circumstance that Stokes was required not only to do his own work, but that of two other,'nund asked the magistrates if they considered it to be the daitt of a waiter, when two of his fellow servants hal left the establishment, to do their duty as well as his own ? 3Mr Strachan observed that the servant was bouon...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

CALI:FORN A. FoUL MuenDERS.-San Luis Obispo has recently been the scene of bloodshed, a faithful narrative of the circumstances being as follows. On Saturdav last, Luis R[ubio and Joaquin Blanco, two Califor rians, had a dispute, in the conrse of which they both drew pistols. Folipe Butron, a mutual friend of the parties, stepped between them to pacify them, and Rebio's pistol going off by accIdent, lie (Butron) was instantly kiiied. A crowd having assembled, and no one appearing to know who had committed the deed, the people cried out to arrest Blanco, who had left the house and mounted his horse. Blanco refused to stop, and two Americans who were present, named Brown and Hoyt fired three shots at him, two of which took effect, and after riding a short distance he fell from loss of blood. As soon as he had fallen from his horse, Victor Lenares, who with the rest of the people was pursuing him, de liberately placed the muzzle of his pistol to Blanco's temple, and blew out his brains...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WARDY-YALLOCK DIGGINGS. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

WXRD,.T-YALLOCK DIGGINGS. To the Eiitor qf the Geelong Advertiser. Smn,-The Wardy-Yallock gold having been much talked of lately, I take the liberty of making the following state ment for the information of the public, with the view of giving prospecting parties some encouragement to try the ranges in that locality, as I feel certain told exists there in considerable qiuanti ties. I 'was one of four who went. to Spindella Creek from the Emu Inn, 'Wardy Yallock, on Friday afternoon last, and found there sufficient gold to pay weil for working. A party, on their way to .ount Alexander, one of whom we met, determined to set in at this spot and go no further. lIe got with his tin dish a quarter of an ounce of gold while I was there in about two hours. I washed two spades full of earth, and found eighteen particles of gold in it; the largest found was about the size of a No. 2 shot flattened. It is imbedded in in the slate, which runs across the creek. many rich looking gullies, crossed ...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

GEIR;.nGN .annirY 12.-I. crwe d, ýrlthný;~". 51t tons. Jahn Kenneil,mtastcr. trin 1elbourne. IPIP.TS. Per Iierp~ool -1o bmýOthea.l hrnvulV. ^0 b1lf-tehe.ts:d 2l b xh.e te:, 1 esAk sampler , 10 C-Itesrk**v.2 vicheet, 15 enseS, lhd'ety. ;.are an Cl.: 25 ca:?e ;in. 45 cask: beer. 1,lod :i 18 er', 3 hoPheaCIs, anil G quarter ,st!i min-. 34 a bt beer. Na;te : 53 iias ".,?ae, Thor, , Sprkl anlt Co. 11 hic suzar, 'mnvninn : 4I ho,,e-!;;l.e eroker, 5 bals hlags, Seeass ,it"h, 5 racsa tar. 20haus flour, bohnee: Seas-es Ixo!., I)nafo?rd: I cask crockery, S c~l;s -!;s. ?iynce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

bo ao y DNEY 0 DIRECT.--A regu I, Trader. The Alendld Clipper cshronie 1rf tDiE, 8r? tons register, D. Gourlny, oam Ar si poit.cE, sal forthoe ahore port on 'me taUsd trs. wll tstal January. ter aeeomotlati? t, ayn taPt,[hn for pa lye. . hare reuner Fo h in trod nonera? r-m? b. PTAIN OOURLA on board, at the F nhDOiN.-· The A1 ship , O .E, 1iOi tons regitsterl?. Fnon RHoycr mm .Thi magtnrlfCvnt ship is peirrfecrtly new. oers a rdt.rste opportumnity to shIippers of wool t ulio Ier om todainmodations for pnsaergepp a d o. er any '? tlat. Persons about to Tpro ot pand are h inpt to loslpet the cablns. , ,csab n il e rerP attrntion toroo, the ultoern of Se[rhon sit ' ree ie crreJ. For faeig'.t or pnsare. h Cdto.Cr iorc0, or to H1--20 Tuoxr?so, t., Woo2n lat IPt ohen on poard the "F.g!e"' will -oaM T* (a writen guarntO will be gitoa to shipren· to thisr'erec ot. -R I - NND0 N.--The A 1 ship i..COGtILY" Dotrant. commander. has rood ,ccaccn for p re..ttn oo FO rghbt or p10se0 an Srynet o., ...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

MEI.LIOURNE. ARRIVED. Jannary 11.-Alice, schooner, from Lqun -s.tnn. Poasengers (callin) - Messrs Arthur, iobertson, rrumble, and Brown, and thirty in lhe steerage. CLAr.ED OUT. JIaaarr 10.-rSift, schooner, for LiAneston. ? bllast.. Passe.naers-Elias Green, Martha Green, and Felix M'laren. January 10.-Mellborne, brig, for Holart "own. Passengers-Alfred and Rieh.rd Hall, ;!rs Hall, ahl ten children. January 10.--Eizlbeih, .schooner, inlballat. P'assJenIr--Joneph L.cahy, William Dawmon, and *hn Payne. Januarw 10.-Anne. schnoner, for Adlel:ide, in :;id!a.t. I'.lsener; (cabiin), 3r and Mrs Dicker :nith, and twelve i: the steerage. I!PORTS. Per Ai,;l.-1 17 bags oat, B. Crocker; r-k.vCes furniture, Powell; 2 cases, Casper: 13 packages, 18 bugs liscnit, Cropper: 4; :akaZes, 23 bags nats, Trnumnli; 40 hag flour, :,orr.ran I iale, 31Kay ; 2 bW!es canvas, Arthur 'id Son; 4 casks beer, .0 1 ogsheads trandr, 5 * *'to rn!-. Grifi i, FKaninn a nl Co ; G2 cases ;.ene-, Hatch ; I 11 bags flour, .9 ...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

Acr.4 a P:. rnrrrr. h:biT.tin., 4 tz', It. Dilton, master, front Il.b:rt Torn. D. %i. nzaz.-t. lAa.9 nretr.. bar-er, Ape i oie. J. MP'iiiian, master, Ins;ina- fr L.oncn3, will axil wint dispttl. William Txxm'. na:nt Caocrrre. xch ,)xn.a -3 tns:, ). F. . onhn.ston, master, fm n ynxen C. . . . Dnnesrr. an Ca.. tretJ. Fr'CniA'Tr . I'q:,oa. 4t1 tonx . R'. lntllie. mater, dxchaniine inharde carxo. tr?m Lr.tdon, Strachan andi Ce.. .z na. 3anex t^. bhk. 20 tlanx. lia! n"N. GAsettt. . <'.ow iir, teonx. L. Garnant., master, ftn Hnbart Teoxx. tIr. OaLT.'rip, 4Mt ton', TKoxe D':, nt, master, tixi on for LoTndon. Diac?ry. GOr nndCn., e?tii. ila?ar £ielawi.' h-i-ttitl'. S1 tonl.. John Diet'on rliatr, fr.l flix?i -r Tl..'w. J Gf. 'aLr, mIeIt. .!ea n Cans. he.x, 4T72 tnrx, Canr' Kixierek, Inater,. lad:n: flir Loa:d3n, wI1 sail with dip'ltchi. ft. 1'tiar Ju?S, tlrigalne. F2 tnis, D. Gourtar, ma?ser, fri' Seydery. D. Gourlar, fent. Txr.oi, h.bar ''., r04 tanl. I. Weright. master, leasing ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 January 1852

VARIETIES. " More than one change," says the Daily News," in the composition of the present cabinet seems probable, if not inevitable, before the end of the year. De clining health, it is believed, will indis pose a prominent and influential occupant of the Treasury Bench in the Commons to resume the laborious duties he has hither to performed; and the increasing in firmities of two of his colleagues render it daily less reasonable or polite to im pose on them once more the toils and re sponsibilities incident to the coming par liamentary campaign. The Duke of Norfolk, accompanied by the Duchess of Norfolk, and the lady Adeliza Fitzalan Howard, attended di vine service at Arundel Church, on Sun day, September 14, and afterwaids re ceived the sacrament, the service being most impressively performed by the Rev. G. A. F. Hart, chaplain in ordinary to her Majesty and vicar of Arundel. The London Standard say, " A con version that astonishes much more than the conversion of the Duke of N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

NEW ESTA iSH-i iENT. RYrTE- .CTP REET, GE!LO" G. 1REDERICF- RI U!LR begs to inform the pubiic ,'f (;elotng and neigh oh.au:ci. and ihe Set:lers and Farmers of the Western District, that he hat re cerited the first portion of his supplies of GERERAL IROMIOXGE RY. lre,. \!FT·LS Pc\,"r., &ýL., EX "HIRISTABE L. , "WOOD STOCK." "C,.AUD," "ZET LAND," ".ABERFOYLE," and {having already built a large and convenient store, begs resrectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade. either VFFIOLES LE OR RETAIL. F. R. having had ex ensive experience in the buciness which he has commenced b th in England and ahr ad, and having made arrarngemenrts 'which hill enable his to receive re?ular supplies from the Best Enalish Manufacturer,, can with conridence solicit a share rf public pat:nna:e. iaving -e'ect d Geelone as his p-r manent place or residence, P. R. is more desirous f ihta;ning the lasting pre frence of purchasers to the less cer aitn 'x ec...

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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

'fl7-TAN-DiND ACU -.-.I, ;iit ulinsln,..nof i e P.nprlet. r ofr te .I)VETISER AND INTELLI GC.ECER to disp;ns- with thi eroici s of Collector as f'r a o ds) K:,.. a;.is icl.it re reques:ed to call at the cce. ani makr nliemati.tr.i Lir accounsa . Thow I sc:?- wh!rl ha:e b?en snuixln an unreaomonle tI, a3il be recor, r- ii a sumlmaI r mtaner. PWEDSNFSDAY , ORNING, JANUARY 14.

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GROANS FROM THE DIGGINGS. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

GROANS EROI THE DIGGIGS. No. L Oh, no! we never mention it, No liqnor can le got ; 3v lips emay crack with b?ning thirst, B fore I get a tot From tent to tent. I hurry me, No nrhhlers can I _et; For, ai ! each .lyv hvy hakes his head, And how can [ forget! They ray that Sturt and Dana, now Get stricter every day, And bone the drays upon the road, Before they get half-w.v ; Perhaps, no tlnnt they seize them, with A feelinr of regret; But, sh ! that little comforts me; And how can I forget! A. dezPn nnstr tasteless drinks, Recall the past to me, The bitter c?.free hnded to dregs, The wishr-?.tshv tea ! 3fr former 'wigs of Murphy's ale, And Cuming's heavy wet, Are changem to mnddy water now, Then, how con I forget.? Forest Creek, Jan. 7,

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