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The Old Patchwork Quilt. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

The ; Old, Patchwork Quilt." An old patchwork quilt has Its romance, after all,, little'as moderiiH woilUlthink it. No uno over makes n piilohwtirl- quilt now j hut uvt.ry hoiiaukeiipor has'oun who over Inn! n Kraudinothnr.- , Nont, dainty thing* woro tho patchwork quilU; raoro carefully done than any of thu fanhion tililo " art uooilleworlv ;" niirncloH ofovur iianding and Hiiioliini;, of tho " tako two threads ami Kmvo uno " etvlo of cowing, tiow purinlioil for orer. - Oh, t)io thought that wont to the componitien of Uβ pactorii'i whother itelmuKl lib " rifllug sun "or " gooea ohaeo I" its clow prodactiotil Oh, the day when- being qiijtu/finishi'tl, tho mat over tLo qailtitig , fr'.imn, nn,l thu pr?inl?n>eli oanio iiii the evuiiiug to thretid ooe<ile?' and drioktea.! '??? ? ? . ::i . : : ; . .. " . ;:;?/ i Often it was mnde for HAHnahV wedding, orMirthaVj'or Eliawboth'e—for , a -wdll-reuroil girl ?xpeoted' to- t^ke,'ht lea?[, i?' dozeii' to her now home.' l And , ' i...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Banquet to the Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

to thePreitnier.; |\ On Saturday evening the. Premier; iSir Henry Parkes, i was entertained by his constituents, the electors of Canterbury, in the Oddfellows' Hall, Ashfield.' The Mayor of Ashfield (Mr;> D; Holborrow) presided, and upwards of 100 persons' sat down to the banquet 'provided by Compagtiohi and Co. .-" : The loyal toasts/ proposed "by : the Chairman,'being duly honoured; The ? Vico-Ohairman (Mi\ John Woods) proposed " The Ministry/; and Sjr John' Robertson, ; in responding, said he wob undop' the impresajon that the effeot of tho'last session would be moro beneficial than anything we'had' before in the history of Parliament in this colony. Perhaps the cause was -the union ot sets pf men who had been for' many years' apart, but who commenced their career by. fighting' shoulder to ajjoufder for ?;-the liberties -of the people. (Cheers,)': ! ' .>-w? t ' WUdora and Mr. Watson blbo roaponded; after whioh the toast,'" The hoalth of Our gue?t, Sir Henry Parkas," was pro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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John and the Ballot Box. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

John and the Ballot Box;-; A cobbespondbnt writing ; to the 'Mel* bourne Age from Bright on tho 22nd iiiyt.'j duscribea.' how the' Chinose volo ' wao ulilisod in that district for tho purpose'of returning Mho two Goneervative 'candi dates for-; the Ovons. ?' He etatoe eiiinoao ihterprotor'was'sent from Boeoh worth a Jforthight .before thdoloctlqn to iuitiato:.Colo?tiale into the "myeterio?.of choap labour and dummy votes.' On pre eenting theinflelvos nt the polling booth' the questions wore put in' the; following mannor, which will show with what little deconoy tbo oharupiona of- the law and ordor party will manipulate the ballot box iwheu' they have.'the power; '??< One: Bcenein the Freeburgh'polling-bocith may! bo given as a -caaerin point. '. Rftturriiog , OHicerito a Ohinoee :—"?onr name ie Ah Mong,;'iait noti'!'- Celestial :>" YtiS''-> Returning Oflicor : " You are a'natfve of' HongKoog I-belioye.?". fleply, '?' Yes, , ' Belurnirig Officer :'" Yoa [wish nio'to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Newcastle. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Newcastle. T .(Froin our ,o>en correspondent.) <;,.,,;,; The Weather.—As the/ weather, ia! an. aU-iroportknt'Bubjeot just now, .Is: will give it prominence in- this! my re port; A Flong-looked-for 1 and 'moat , i welcome -change-occurred ; yesterday,", cndingiin several - fours' : steady: raini iWarm.days'and.coldrrPsty'nignts have; ruled for a cohsiderablo time;; Yester-. 'day (Sunday) wa?-so Warni'that it.vfas. difficult :to -believe,'-that 'iti was , not .summer.<> Towards the evening'the air beoapio' heavy'and thunderous, and 'there: wasiovery appearance of a ; storm brewH ing.;' Shortly-after dusk the wind; rose,', and was quickly followed' bjr the Tain in heavy showers.- To-day ! is quite] clear, again, but the wiadia very high. jNow,'; : however, .that a 'break 'in 1 has taken place, it is to be hoped; that' more rain wili follow; not only here.but throughout the country-. I ."'" ? . ~,.?, ,i ?. AMDSBJtENTB.—-Thbre l( appears 'tp ; bp no lack in'th...

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Crown Lands Offices. Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

.. ;Crown Lands Offices.-; . Miirriirgan-JI. /i/;;:?:.;.-/^. There wore ,uo ;soloctions';takon/,np',oh Thursday.last.;, v ; :.v;£:::;i :/,ilw 'bo.-s.-'siihi.!'!'-

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Gunnedah. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

/ ! , S '/J,r Vj',7; ; .-? u'-jV oj.ib'ii' i '.iNonb/ircpbrted; 'hi',-'.-, ?',*¥?&?&?$ fejliiiif' ! ;;ii;.;. ; ftfc;Ki,!;;i <iv;'.'i'. -/j^i!^fridj!h';jfflJ

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Essay on Jam. BY THEOPHILUS GUFFIN (AGED 7 YEARS). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Essay on Jam. By TuEorim.us Guvpin (Aosu 7 YeAns). ?i"un. TitBfc is thro kiiida of-jaln;! ! 1 : ie 1 nice, ahothor is narsty, - and the ather 1 ho nothiii' ahmit. The nice jam, i like to out, hut not out of a ; apooii, ; as mnrpoota narsty stuff under tlio jam sometimes,' weii I anvil. Won mar is out, I'sum-' times get onaichair andtnko it oiit of tbo p?ifi mi I, ain't It nice then. ? 0 must not tell mfir thin, ori will.-got wigoil, ne mi big bruther,: bill sos. hill novor oetn jam l ; c bob it's owuly for babies, bills'a big man, and Glono yoer old. Tho other .boys sea ho pootson jam. Aniithor jam lis the narsty one bil nod wood i like sum jam, and i md hi golli I yes, o sod old ono ami whim tho.doro Rhuts, ami shut ybro ?i'a tito, so i did, nnd ha banged tho doro and'hurl mi Ouper? soi' o sod that was ?jam. ' Tlio jinn i no tiothin' about, par sei? Huratiiium ? Urst tit to o oponed a tin', and tho nifo aliped, and o sod jam it. Mar sed it was a hud word, and 1 must never sa it. bi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Sad and Fatal Accident at Broke. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Sad and Fatal Accident at ? ,.-; ?'?-'? -;" ; : 'Brokfi,. .".,. ? Whilst,a coursiiig match was proceed-' ingnt Brokp, on (Saturday -fast,, a fatal acoident happened of a very distressing charactor. Tho victim, a bright-eyed, intelligent boy-of cloVen years old, was the eon of Mr. .-.Folix Tliistlethwayte, ' tlio respected Public school teacher at Broke. It appears the little follow was .riding one horse and Jeading another, ?belonging to Mr, James , Brownlia, Public school tenchor, Wollombi, 'The horses were cantering, and on approaoh ing n trco the led horse bpcaine. some what'contrary, and persisted in going .the. oppoelte side. Consequently the rider was,thrown and draggdd Dgam?t the. tree. The rest can be ooeily ima ?gined. When Constable Notterfield . and Mr, Tiorney reached the poor boy,: the death rattle wae already in hjs throat, and he expired shortly after. Tho coursing match was. at once stoppedj in coneequonco of tho accident, and tbo stnke's divided. Great sympathy'with...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Politeness. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Politeness. .--..-; In n<> branch of trade, and in no condition of life, can wo afford : to dispense :with politeness.. U wins hearts and injures attention. It is said of ;lha -atateNiuaii,- John C.. CjUhorn,that no p?go over per formed a err Woo for him. in Guiipoia j witliOMt-rccemiiK i? return tlio kindly and oourtoonn, "Tlionl* yon, my aim." Thn pjl'ocl of tl)i? coiiltl bu Boon In the iaagDr anxiety (hot thoae ? young , mce mili?or< ovincod to borvo him. Wo are nil familiar with the ptnry.of thnt grout mnn who, oii'lioiii? rnprovoil for taking; off hie hat in rce|iouH? to thu botvof a n<irvan(, Bitid ; " Do you uuppmo I; would nllcov ? norTiuit; to biii-|>o?? rao in poliiunes? ?" '.' fulitunuDK is i\ p?tl of. my religion, , ' Hiiid aqlurcyuiAii, whom) [iulil?uos? of monitor hud lieon fomatltud upon ; and vvull huil Ihirf portion ill lu'k ncrvoil liiu). It lioTifr fnilrd to Uriiw money from Iho ptireo of-the nuiet miaerly when bo uppeal?.l i...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Local ft ews, etc. ?It may he well to remind local sportsmon that the *'close season" has now com menced. From August 1st to t'-n next Februarv '20th it will bo illegi.l .1 .-h^t nearly all kinds of imported and native garao. ? ?'?;??. -?'.?".: Local songstors should tako'a.hint. Mr, Beaumont Head Informed us Inst week. that bo seldom suffers from hoarseness or a cold iv the throat. The reason ia that ho breathes naturally—if., through his nostrils—instead of through his month and throat, as many vocalists and publio speakers do. It ha? been asserted oft and. again that Mr. W. G. Drowrie, M.L.A., is a good local member. ? Proof, of this was afforded at the N. A. Association's committee meeting.on Saturday last, whan the secretary took up one lotter after another until ho reached No. 15, all from " the member," reporting tho pro gress ho had mado in his 'endeavours to obtain various railway, telegraphic, and educational concussions in favour of the Singleton Show. 'It is rnaiuly by M...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Sydney Art Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Sydney;Art Gallery. ?Herald, /';.'/",: DuniNO tho past fortnight the trustees of the Art Gallery of Now South Walris havo had their pictures and statues removed to tho temporary National Gallery in the- .Domain ; and this under tlie'fliiporvislon Mr. E. L. Muntofiore and' Mr. E. Dii Fau'r Is being carefully prepared for their proper display.; Tho ''trustees Intend lb liavo the oil paintings shown in tho long gallery, and to dovotd other chambers to . water-colours, studies in black and whito, and piaster casts reapeetfully. One room will bo not Apart:'rs a board-room, niio anothor is being Subdivided and "other wise prepared for the iise ' of' the care taker. At 'present tho ceilings are being pointed in light soft tints of silver grey and stone colour, and -It is intended to drape tho walls with dark crimson bang-' logs'-to a height of about 16' feet, the space between that and the celling being panellod. Tho rich tone of the hangings will ndioTD and throw-out~therpictur6B effectiv...

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A Deliberate Man. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

< A Deliberate Man ' Ma., Watklna, of Cincinnati, is'probably? ! one of, the most deliberate men that over went to eluep in ohurch. Ho has away; about him of saying and doing things that paves the way to a couooptlou of otoroity, and -makoa tho .progress: 'of a> funeral seem liko theflight'ofa lightning' express. Ho is always yawning and rttb- bing hi?i eyoa as though ho had; 'just' ornwladiiout of ? bed and hadu'l got's : fuirly awake, and -Mrs. 'Twig loy, tbo next! ; door neighbour, has been froquotitly'hoard; to fomark that if it Wasn't for Mrs. Wat-' ;kins,:. who gives his clothes a thorough: (.bundling now aud thou, tlio moos would 1 have takou'doop root in him.long ago. ; Evon a boy on an errand has been known! itoOvortako him....This can ba authonti-' icated.; "Early last Tuesday; morning Mr. (Welkins' wao Been,'coming down .the: (street in' his usual duliberato and unpre cipitate manner, pausing ocoasioually to: rub his oyosj pickup a. pin, or hu'&'rkeu...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Camberwell Road to Jerry's Plains. SIR THOMAS MITCHELL'S LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

The Camberweli Road; to ::!.!> : j;-! ?"? ?jh<. SIR <THbMAB t -MITCHELi/S';LSNE.:yN BEviiRAL '?? "days ago' an'' advertisement appeared; in .theBe; columns/ signed by Mr.; W.; Pearse, ' J:P. ; convening 'a meeting 6f all parties. interested J in- the' Sir Thomas' Mitchell a line of road to' OamberwellJ . This meeting Was held on '?last Saturday week",; at 'Jerry's' Plains. It may be remembered tpat'some, time' ago a petition was forwarded to the Minister for Publio rWorke, asking fora subsidy for, this road. .To.this petition tho following reply was/received, by Mr. Pearee :—"„,./ ~.,- ~;; -~, - ,<„, ??'..-, ?""' " :** Department of Publio Works; . ~: . j; i-'/illoads under.Trusteesiv i ':" w ' y ' v ??.???!???:?? oiir" Sydneyji June <18,>1880, '.',, to tbe.pe'ti.tion.": presonted by you at this office, 1 reapect ing' tho statd of roadifrom the Raven Br wortlv?ailway;lStation; to-vSir Ijhoma? :Mitohell'Biline:of.Toad/- ! iand request...

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Public School Districts. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

-C Public School Districts. His Excellency the Govoraor has, in with tho provisions of th? -Public Instruction Act, and with the advicoof tho Exoculive Ooune.il/ divided oortnin portions of tho colony into'public school districts within the moaning and for the purpose of that' Act! Over these districts tho Governor will horeafter ap point pnblic school board?, caoh consist ing of not moro than seven porsons, whoBC duties will bo to regularly; yisit, ! inspect, nnd report upon tho schoola placed under their supervision, t6 sus pend any loach, r for misconduct in cases not admitting of delay, and to'report immediately tho eauso of suoh suspen sion to tho Minister,' and to' udb 1 ; oyery onde'nvour to indnco parents to- send thoir children regularly to school, and to report the names of parents or guardians who'.'rofnfti' or fail" to educate their cbildron. Wo undoi'Bland that the Government nic sending 'circulars ??throughout the colony inviting persons known to be qualified to act as...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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WILKINSON GRAVES, MINCHIN AND LAVENDER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

WILKINSON, -.OUAVES,' MISOIIIN AND LAVKBDElt's llEPOUT. Fat Cnt'le.—7f)S cattle'wero penned up and sold on Monday,* ;nnd 11H0 to day a total of XOiH for tbe weck'it supply,' all.quaiiUc? being represented. On. Monday the majority of tho trade had killed out and this caused a brisk uiaikct and prices rose fully 10s per head, and !o-day tho bid ;dings wero not quito so brisk, but tho ?advance w.-m fully iii'iintuincd. Quota tions ;— £0 to £5 10s j good ditto, £?! to £i 1.0s; .useful ditto, ,io : ii'*i 'XOs,' ?? ? ? Fat Calves.—SOO forward ? for the wcck'o supply, oiid the market remained nbou'l the aamo na'laafc wook:—QuoU- : lions ?.—Best made, 5d to £1 li>s ; <'there in proportion*'.; ' ? IPat Sheep.—-8167 shwp forward for Urn' week's supply, exclusive of conic 8000 that .did. not pnse through the yards', the quality wive chiefly ? inferior to 'middling, noreallyprimq'sheep forwerd, and inronding the quotations tbie should bo horn? iii.tuind. Quotations :—No crossbreda...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1880. What Shall the Watchword be? [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

ftlt* ffltttjletOK glrflUfl. .WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1880. \ '/What Shall the Watchword he? ' THE Assembly is dying, and the atten ''tion ,of at least tho intelligent portion ' of New South Wales is likely to bo lifobre'or less absorbed during tho noxt few months by the approaching general elcotiob. It is not often that a Purlia ? "ment expiros by effluxion of time. The " 'troublod Boa of politics is too. much bo set with tho Buddon Btorraa that lead to 'summary dissolutions, to make it at all "? safe to predict for any Parliament tho 1 easy and unexciting domiso by what may bo tcrmod old age. Yot such is to ' ' be the fortune of the prosont Assembly. 1 l At tho approaching elections the ' 'country will have to decide no particular 1 ' is?uo. Tho roigning Govornmont iB both strong and popular. It con appeal to '" "'tile constituoncio? with thnt confidence which is bom of a knowledge that it ban not—in tho main—abused its trust. It can present those good testimonials which nro the reco...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR AUGUST, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. Outward. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Time Table of Arrival and ?' Departure of English Mails FOR AUGUST, 1880. VIA BAN FRANCISCO. Ontward. .Leave Sydney, I Arrive London, I 12th August. | 28th September. j Inward, """"** Leave London, j Arrive Sydney, nfilib June, 2nd August, 16th July. I 30th August. I~T'AMEI?HOOBNE, OALLII A. lil'.lNM?f. w ,,,, ?, i Outward. (O --.Leave Sydney. ) Arrive London, '. , 3rd August, 18tli Hoptcmber, 17th August, I 2nd October, 31st August, ( lCth October. i ii n,r Inward. ?i ti i Leave London, I Arrive Sydney, . .., , . 2nd July, 13th August, v J 16tb July. 27th August. v "'' ' >^????????i??? ' f . VIA BBIBBANK, TOBBES BTHAITB, .-: ~<.., AND BHINDIBI. I fjiii i < Outward. - 1 .?' Leave Sydney, I Arrive London, ,?, >, ~ 6th August. I 2nd October. i „ Inward, ~ ' Leave London, I Arrive Sydney, ?18th June. | oth August. ti. i,i i' '? > LETTER BATEB OP POSTAGE. "" ' Via Ban Francisco, 6'l psr half ounca ?I ? ViaJ Melbourne and Brindisi, and Torres Ptralts and Br...

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Tamworth. (From the Tamworth News.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

| ?i^i^amw^r^i&^-^di^ |\7?#£#?T^ \ ? ."^o.^eleetiQu^werOjtaken^p.on^u^sda,*-).

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Crown Lands Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

,'''t i iri&&^^ t Tin? .following ealos ofc Crbwndandslliavo beou advertised ij-in ftho^lGouer-iifidni Ouxdlle'. — ,\< i, b tni'irt J-.;: Mi-ow lw r> .. ,- ,„ i. MUBRURUNDiw..d t .dst.i— j H'WBDKEBDaT^!JSTiSIte ; :"r- V 1 >hiH/.";-,-iT ;irH-.: a j'-av.' o.iia-jnai i i LuJhv,A>.tpiP, i .^ ( r6od,;(4gi; Mros' R 3^rob.^ (tive.ly.i'.cb^i'^ ; riilla,;:"' ailjaceiit (q thbi'aiii'alilj?quydaries. (of (Sli.an?iian's.coii'difion'iir piVrchaso-pprtiqiii (No, 143,.an'd r within r tl(io jdary'bf.Mur'r.UrA^ |a(b'rq for Jbt.A',.:i's-£l (.fJQs,' jf.^jotjP''iis7ejf.; iclu'siyely.qf;^ I .'? Lots'P.ancl E„,t(w.o,.p(Vrtionsj;|bein^ l .62i: lacro?'laifd' 44.,"acre,8 '2,, roods', ,Bucklam.l s- ,..pa :Bide.s,'of. the bbiiiidiiryv.'feuco ibottTOon, Gunnadilly ami Mp'oki : boUypon T. J, Skinuor'eycp'iiditional (purr., chase, portion No,', 98,. and (.Messrs. ;ohrisi, ;tiftii Brofj. portions Nos., o'J...aVijl ) 'C3.''afid'i ll.(Miiiiro's-coiiditioiial ptircb.aHapbriibnn (H...

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SINGLETON. WEDNESDAY, 1ST SEPTEMBER, 1880. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

SINGLETON. I n WKDNESOATilST! Sl:'rTRM'uER/18gO'; : ' ??'? j jiiiiv.viil >l 'country LOTS;' C'-- ''"' ,'?''?'] I ,'Iipts'A' .t/>"K, fiW.porticmf\ .'f.oiir' of.40. 'acVos/aiid'pnoof 38 ( a9're8 each, cutinty-of lyiiig'.hetw-epi/.tho road '.from' , Waik worth ,td'Rri'kV>,'Hnd )hi oust ty)imn!iiry. of .Jamc? it/KloVflpl-tlhu jiF 300; ) .a<;r(j(s"an|V'n.Jjoi?'.''' , ill)} tli'q'aftuth lioiinVljvry of, ; Ric|)ni;(l bArMitiiiniil. p'urcliase portion 'of. 202 aijr?a , ;' in?t'olTcrud 3lst, Jan., T870.-' , l ' ; '"' Lot , F,.' .portion 33,": 1C acrciJ,?. enmc county ,'jiarish of Ovingha.iij '; lying biv' t\*eon ..Tamos' Lynch,' jiiii's conditional purchase portion No. 37, and MeWs. .J, arid .A.. 1 Brown's. (310 ocios ; )ant offered', 12th October, 1888. UpeotpHeo uor .'aero, £l;10s..; ! ; .'. ?', '. ; . . ? ; "LVit! 0, portion,227,' 35 acres 1 rood county of Dnrhnni, parish ofII B rnchell; oil botli sidcH of the.road from lliivenv,' worth to Sntidy Creek, arid lying halw...

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