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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

rRtEMITIVE -NcETIfiDiIST. CHRCH,< ILA1M" ON. .1The anniivermany .services of the above: chirch were held ic Suiidiy lnd 3iucicdhy lastU. ¶he ILLe. J. Slihaipe "p, aVihed miornic.g naccii eveninig, tLie 11ev. i.. U. Wirird in lihe jfiter nioon, to l],'ge .,c',g regaiticis, in the eveciicig pcirticula. Oci ( lim iday n 'public tea was ,held ii the churli,, which was rather thici"ly attended. Acct ter a pubicle eitichg was hclll, the 1Rev. .1. lF,,cggoi. ijlini'd thu ieeting, rlid culled i ,icci ii. li,'h'ird ]lnll. tic lp eside d r:um on mucciiccg tihi; plncitrlnc, gave out, the, 1y11 ci W? cenc 1 cIcIv'cV thie cwoniidiriciru c(ic'sii, &e.,''"ci id lieu cli i.re-d cchice icecticig~ thi ii ;ihlauirie he ,.xjerii c-c ihc b-icig peicittcd t,, pcei-tie iiicc ccii .e at, Iiicilctpic, ccii grive cc slight ci?t-rv i.i tie church, and cuilc.gised ihw 11t .. J.:,.ch-rcle in the li.th,.,st and cftec i t ici c IermiIsc, w.lhcic ib? ntic tI Ilci cte cI lo i 'y. M1r. 318:th,:n T...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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[FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

CJJONI ANO~IZLER Collit ttONDF' T] Co . Tuesday evei ong tho fricnds .adl role-, tiyes "of Mrl' D'vaid' :P-hort o f thiv it"w?, who it leavin"g thu colony for his native Iand were enterteined at a socitl supper it i Mri. Daitty's htrigeftoro .roort,.wlitch' was,'fitted. u3p fiotl he occasion ---th'table [iing, laid :wit h all thna tho craiings.itaturo " could wi.h. About o0 or 60 pursonI sat dToiwn aid were wnited U?pfoi.by Illoedautcs i.atnty, Jolei'ot, Jiuttorwart hi, \Vtilliams, -and. ik host nf toi her kind ladies: A"" 1leo juinmcou, having boen done,<"tho cloths weire.tttoved, and Mr. ,lames Fishro prteostdellfr.t Piobei with a largo, copy of Casstul's Illustrated Fmnily Diblo oijabehalf of hi ,, olassituts,'inconutoe iitn witl tlro' Ptiiittlivi 1i aii;di t' Ou'el; .which was received and anktowloedcld with-a few bht ejlpr6'ria'tu rifiitltsk. "'Tlid fly?lbeaf .of tl., Bibl boru the following inscription : i tLauiliton, -]ebrunry.16th, 1874.e, . Prescntod to Brathoer ...

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

W. IIAMILTON%. - ? Sav obsor, vations 'on linmilton-: Council ap: pear to ]have created more than ordinary intoiesti.'TTel aolhoious artic1 aviis cairriied by one of t.he aldernen.Jntb..the precincts of thelCouncil, and placed carefi]ly beforoe lte Ma)yor, \he ?xudei&2iagatiofthe hearer re'stiiig on the piartieular para'graph till thoe c pye o1' the Mahor was trainslixed on tlio idnctical spot..., 'Ie MaIyor," ike;.a. goodanaturedi go'ntleintl,Lincdhulged the.Quunlil' lewith re?id i' l, 1"oud sntonetafter' sentence.ths inidig Un tparagraphi, Coinmo?titug, as he liroceCdled, on the inwtives of the writer, and. designated such action as hun.in ?f ,r ?dpilurity. $So long ats sch criticism is coni?iedll withii tie walls of the Chainbers,iaddispli?ha?edin mahl doses to.the assembled .'nldormon, for, their. s'pediai ofioekaiihi'eibt, - it is not lickly to linvop much' effect 'ozi tliothii'nds of "lhe rat'o liayers-r-,more esptociahllvkno-adilng the 'foul tain whence it sparings.po...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

T.ls Miners' Picnic Cmilittee linld a rnfmle or lottery rnrr londay evening at M r. )David .Jcikiin's with the prizes. tl.hat were .not con lietidi foi ait lthli" picnic, on account of tlhe lengtli of the progranmmni. Th'l following is the list of lprizes, 'lnd iiiios of tl;e winners : Ist pjiz. : A pig-John I'icenp. 2nd prize: Lady's ung-lobcrt Thornitoni. rt prize: I'air of liudies' boots-<,hdin Hill. tlth prizoe Cruet standlO-. losrl Cloleman. 5th priza . Leg of Imutton-Miss HIorrit B3ioiin. GlCi prize: Sboulder of muttou-Jolin' W'illiiams. Thel prTuc.eds of tlle nabovo was nliout £3 8s. Gd.; whIicli skill hi'lp in making the fineces liure .faevoiratilde townarls the -Ait i nt ]nzild. Our townshlip is not one tflit furnishes muchli local ncows; the Advocate lihviig cor respondonts in the adjoining towns renders it more dtiffliult fpor the localto. mako up his weekly lbdg'et. -Otur--Aldertn<;n have fairly got to work ogain, nf'tr the two lively skirnilshes of...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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CONVEYANCE OF GOODS ON G. N. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

ERONVEYANCE OF GOODS ON G. N.. \ RAILWAY. THE following official letter has been kindly handed to us by Mr. .Jlon Wright, the con tractor for the Public School at Plattsburg, which, we are happy to infiirm those who are in the habit. of receiving goods from Mlait land, will remedy a defL.ect long felt, viz., that of beiig obliged'to pay freight right on: to Newcastle from WVaratah and back again. instbad of allowing them to remain at ~aVra teh, and then be"-ngfirwarded to Wallseno direct Department of Public Works, Italiway Branch, Sydney, Feb. 20. 1874. ,gis,-In reply to the letter of .Mr. John Wright, dated.the 28th ultimo, ,forwarded by you to thi, Department, stating, that in consequence of the Tratine Manager at Newcastlie having refnused ti allow hiuni to land a consignnent of bricks (for wiuded fam East .Maitland to WVara?ah, to be for warded from thence by rail to Wallsend) at Waralalh; that they were carried on to Newcastl.. adid returuled back to Waratah ; and complaining ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE SYDNEY IRONWORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

THlE SYDN)EY IRtONWORl&ERS. Mi. 1\ooD has kindly favoured us with the following letter, received by him from the Secretary of the Sydney Ironworkers. Eight Hours' Conference, Sydney, 21st Feb., 1874. Mfr. J. Wcod, Dear Sir,--n reply to. yours of the 17th inst., I beg to inform you that I received the money (£100), and can assure you it is a very pleasing thing to know that the miners are so staunch in sympatbising with us in our difficulties. I can firmly say that the ironworkers will never forget the miners for the noble manner in which they have taken up our cause. The u'en at our pulblic meeting held this day wished that a vote of thanks from them he sent to the miners, for the generous way in which they are supporting us. There is one thing we certainly regret, viz., that we are so for anart, for it would he a pleasant thing if we could meet and interchange ideas, &c., over the matter. 'T'ho different branches of trade are hblding sepa ."ate meetings for more uni...

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Meeting of Miners at Lambton. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

Mcetingof Miners a Lamnbton. Last evening (Friday) a special meeting of the Lambton miners was held in Mr. Stoker's Hall, Lainbtun. There was a good attend ance, and Mr. Enoch Davis occupied the c~:.air. 31inutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The meeting was called principally tasettle 'the levy for the Sydney ironworkers. ?dis cussion tools place on the subject, in ulir'cuse of which the bad pay this past forthi'Jt ns' alloded to; Lnt, on the motion of Mr. ItaonAnosos, seconded by Mr. ',V. S?an, it was carried th.t 8d. in the £ be .the levy for this pay. ' Mr. W. T. DENT, the secretary, read the following from the Evening News' report of the ironwokers maeting, held in the Tempe rance Hall, on Wedicsday last, at which. 500 men were present " The Chairman said the Conference had thought it desirab'eto call a meeting of all those who were locked out, and that another m"-eting would be lield to-night when a ballot w'onld be t'aken.. In an interview between the Cwdffreii...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

Sitihribers failiik: to recoive their copies will oblige uM by makicJg application at the office, or to any of nr, Agents, whose names are notified on page 4. .2 (yiTIIM84rLAa T D RECOR DERi. 1AiTURDAY, FEB3RbARY 28. 1874.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

.TO ORRItSPONDENT2. C. rrespondenti e-~r requested to adihere to the , following ao:gt:gtions to ensure insertion : Jo write ,. ly on one side of the paper, to write in idear sard distinct charactetrs, and to avoid all isurrility or offensive personality. faclsh writer will be required to forward lhis or - ulii me'rue, not" necaearily for publicatiui, but , as s n a~btee of good faith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

ENLARGEMENT ON THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE." l'HE Proprietors have r iuh pleasure'in announcring that through having made EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS they will print a SUPPLEMENT with EVERY ISSUE from SATURDAY S _XT, 21st Instant, when an Interesting -A~LTE, of absorbing interest, will alsu appear, and be continued from week to week. Interesting items of HOME MIN ING ?EWS will also be regularly selected from the best Loaie Colliery Papers, thus enhancing the value of the AlvocArE as a READABLE and lIELrABJLE JOURNAL. NOTICE TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. , TN CONSEQUEN(JE of the many COMPLAINTS .5tha' .ve been mead respecting the ON. S RY ,f the "ADVOCATE, ' we beg-to "annooco that we have appointed "MiR. ROBERT TODD AGENT AND COLLECTOR for the wholeodistrict. He is empoweved to receive all monies due, and his reoeipt.will be a sufficiert discharg.

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CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

CO-OPERATIVE MINEIIS. O.t Saturday evening last the usual monthly meeting of No. 5 Lodge was held at Mr. Lunday's Grapes Inn, Wallbend,-, r. W. WVonders occupied the chair. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The fullowing motions were submitted aid disposed of : That the flue of sixpence be imrnooed on those who are at',cn, on the monthly meeting night when the roll is called, unless they can give a satis factory aIsrlogy; and that it be.placed to their arrears in the contribution cards Jf not paid. That this Iodge exonerates Mr. Woods in going to Sydney. That this Lodge is in ravour of holding a demon stration on the 21st March, to celebrate the new agreement. That .Mr. R. Ingramn and 1W. Laing be the speakers at the demonstration. That our Secretary he empowered to invite our Manager and all the officials of the Co operate Colliery to associate with us at the demonstration. That a committee be appointed to serve for next quarter-the same comrnittqe4 to make arran...

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MINERS' MEETING. WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

MINERS' MEETING. W'ALLSiEND MIŽEPS. ' O. Friday evening last a well-attented meeting of the mi-.ers of No. 2 Lodge was held in the Assembly Rooms, 1Vailsend. Mr. Hnmnphreys occupied the chair. The minu:es uf previous meeting were read and confirmed A. discussion tok place respecting thI, demn,,stration to be held on 21st of nex' month, alluded to at length in our last issue, when a motion was unaninously carried that the General Secretary make the best arrange ments h? ?culd in the matter. Moved and carrfed-'" That a train to leave here at ten o'clock will suit the ,Valisend inhabitants." Moved and carried-" That each person attending provide f.,r himself " That the following gentlemen act as a committee to carry out arrangements here: Messrs. Patrick, Mitchell, Turner, Beard, Brydon, Anwick, and the secretary (Mr. Lewis). - That the balance-sheet be read.--This was done, and adopted. It .-honed the income fer the past qcarter to have been £274 15s; expenditure, £24G 5s.; balance in...

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THE PRICE OF MEAT. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

-THE PRICE OF dIEkT.\ , PTYBLTC MEETING. •Ow Thursday evening last, a public meeting of those interested in the price of ntekt was held near the °Wallsend goods' shed. There were about 200 or 300 persons present, and .Mr. D. Mitchell presided. The CuAttisA- stated that the committee had held several meetings on thesubject,.nd, as requested by the previous public meeting, had advertised in various papers'for the pnr posa of gtt nug meat suprlied of a better quality and at a cheaper rate. Their secre tary, had received, three letters from persons willing to serve, them, w ach.se w il4 maend. Mr. LzEwIs read the l terl %'hch was from a .person at Newto n-.one om Lochinvar, and the other from ,,ir. John Johlon, Clarence Town, William' 'Rivcr,0 which latter, he stated, the conimittee had considered was the most suitable one for them to accept. The list of "mrices Mr. Johnson had sent in to supply th , 'k~as 'ia follows: Rumnp steaks, 4}d. 1 l, ice entei 4d.; legs mutton, 4d.; ah ot ercot...

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POST OFFICE SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

POST OYPICIE' SAVINGS' IANK. WE are in receipt of the rules and regula tions of this useful institution, the absence of which for the use of the industrious and thrifty in the colliery townships, has 'long been a subject of complaint, and tho time --has -now arrived when some steps shouild be taken to supply therequirement. Every SSaturday evening great numbers flock into Nelvcaistlo. jrmn WaIlsend, Waratah, the - two Lambtons, and the neighbouring towns, ' for no other purpose than to deposit their 'sviings in a place of security, and a glance .at the Savings' Bank in Newcastle on those I ' occasions will suiitice to convince the ol= server that the majority of the depositors -o .are from the various colliery townships. .It j/,.is. difficult, to. conceive 'why these worthy people shoulj-be put to'-tte expense of giengl into Ne\ef'istli;.aind\ iconvenience of travelling so fhr in discoifort, to carry out so laudable a purpose; and.,we think the Governmaent should meet the" necessity...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

Whe" Ha:milton Omnibu.sses, r HOS. TUDOR ,-ir ? i- th,,,k the public of H.. Jtmnilton i and ( r libtT patron age 'Tie has receivetviih" f fh g h Lu 'J3n.er, and as ? uch gen ?ar as been giv,, he will cootnune sin n, Leaves HatniE>ntut $ n.u. daily, and at 7 p.m ., eUd every i. or av <luring te day. W" \Vedding p ,ies asan pi nt s attended on the most reasonable tresim..O..R. Agricultural 1Jotel, -67 'lHnilt ton. LIEL.11UlRL WORKS. fIHE ....er-,AED the premises S.1 known ats th BIEL.IIl SOAP WVOtKE andlh.ving sec the services of a First-claim •omraker, i a n, in . posiLiout to suplmty the tialde with an :rticle at will give eveoy i'atiafaction, at the loesal marke q uotatiozs. WILLIAM ItlCilAltDSON, lielmore r'oa'sp Workq. To Qutrrymen, Miners, and Others. / "1 IOICKS.-Shovel ups-lasting Powder, 25 . a tnt-28 lb. lt.,i , r itigle and d able iFuae. To it-event disappoi ciineuit o no accontat will powder be suld by gaslight. T. G. ALCOCK, Ironumaiouger, Neweait tle. To Pa...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

MfsELLANEA. -AT the Police Court, Iurrlem, on Tue.? day, a collier inmed John Hnicock, was charged with neglect of work at Bank Top Colliery, belonging to Mr. Ashlworth. D.magis were claiied.-.--The uiniiergroind managebr gave evidence tlhat Iiancock left work on the 21st ifi August, anoi, in coine queice of tn unftunded charge made by Han cock, the prop'rietor had been damaged by ith. wiorkiig of the pit being interfered with. M ir. iticharir.son, barrister, was engiged ,.*y the Mjiners' Assci tiort to detenil. Itichar, M1tther, a wiir'k'iinni, said thai I he coal scan, was driven. 0O yaris, antd there were a " stoppiligs " intrudnced. The ventilaliil was baitl the lplider smok enuhl not ge: away, arid the place was not ,it fir tieia t< tork iil. A nian got hurt at the pit, aniil then, when it was kkown the insplme tor of mines was cooling, sone little preparation ti imitlrove the state of the nihle was nimade. Mti. T. Wynine, (Ioveiirtnerit iniSpectitr of Iine for Nriit...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Gardening and Agricultural Calender for February, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

Gardening and Agricultural Calender for February, 1874. Exrcec.GA GaD4 : Celery must be earthed up -s require.I, and more may be planteh out for a uac cession. Continue to sow peas, beans% beet, turnip-, broccolic, &'., anid plant out whatever naay be left "in~te seed b.gA. L'arefeily attend to cucumber plants, watering well in dry.weeather.-FLowEut GAnDns :;Thin e4dahlia buds.. Plant out perennial and triennial *foer p!~ntr, such as stocks, sweet willianms, c., in cloudy days, and give them water. Keeo all heds and borders free lrom weeds; remove all decayed blooms. -Onet?w.?o ArND FaiT GAit DEN.: Attend to all fruit trees, removing all ripe fruit. Clear grape vines from all useleds shoots and tendrils; see th st all branches are expoed to the sun ald air.--ICL, OrguATio.s : Sow Cape Larleyand turri/p. Plant potatoes. Keep mai?e .cropc.lesn. Cut tolmcco. Gather all ripe cotton pods, taking care not to injure or break the plants.

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

NEWCASTLE SHl1flNG.. V:SSZLS LOA)ING AND TO LOAD. (allerrn, ship, 67,4. Rea; to load New Lambton D_..-war, ship, 1300, Freebody ; to load Wallend H oatsa, hi, 0-27, Snelden ; to load Co-operative .P.:terdi.e ship, 1200. Gunsoo; to load WVal~send 2loma, Step hen, ship, 1507, Iichards; to load A. A. Co. Wash nguon ibbry, American ahip, 1047, Hansen; to load V,°Idlrend Comdo, bIsrque, 270, Lam?ont; to load Co-operative - small Don licardo bharque, 275, Harris; to load Co operative John WarV?te .-America barque, 612, Fish; load ing %ew Lear~bton Jolibb, barque, 334, Scoler; to load New Lambton Moan.amn Laurel, barqne, 690, Agnew; to load Lambton Alice LM. sonet, American ship, Sawel; to load Con-,er, barque, 520, Alston ; to load WaIlsend Esa_, barque, 4135, Irvine -ernlam, Si.o, barnzue, Whiting AIb.-ura, ba-.ue, 774. T'omas; to load Wallsend Ahoyne, barqtp, 444, Swan Armintice, Learqo-. 354. Gregory ; to load Wal1iend "5rrire.' "-.misage, barqua, 203, Mailler; to load "Gret? 1alny. s?...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. LABOURERS ON THE QUEEN'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

NEWS -_ TINE MAIL. LABOUREERS ON TIlE QUEEN'S s iat-os - STATE. in? ?donal ~hboures' Union recently 19 a ineeting at Ngwport, its the Jsle of ght. at which Mr.. W. Herbert. who was uniced as a late worker on Her Majesty'n &'4.p .a uZlrne, seconded a petition to th, o*., " one for the asnimilation of i " ' h and eounty franchise. In doingj la. ,, oF h had worked on Her Majesty's .aX. oeven- -twenty years, and was dis-j irgul, with six others, by the steward, Mr.I '!cplaeraon, for asking for an increase of ?... The obairman, Mr. George Mitchell, ,tr m the plough," put several questions - 'bert, of which the following, with i.. " 'isens :-" It has'been borne. have half nu 'acre of land- e icn. Isa that so 7_A.'lt is nSiuclh th'ng. Thele's not a?qnarter'of.an acre,'to some cottag-es. Otlhers -avi notbret)hmn "twyve or four teen rolts\heavy, bad soil, which we have improved'aid- made what it is by working early and lat.e. TWhat were your wages ? 14s. a week, but 2s. a week was de...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Wallsend, February 13th, 1874. To the Rev. Father Grassi. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

S Weallsend, February 13tb, 1874. S To the Rev. Father Grassi. T DAXt BoTninR r THB Lo D Jsusa. Knowing that a expression of holy, sincero love. emanating from a ikofound feeling of sympathy, is always acceptable and refreshing to the spirit, as well as cheering and\encouraging to the soul en gaged in a great aud h1ly work, we humbly venture ia forward this expreiion of love and sympathy which we feel, and in felt by all the true followers of the Lord Jesus in hose colonies, and to make known to you the delght with which we read the news of Father Gras 's conversion. - Again, believing tht an expreseion of sympathy emanating from so rote a region as this (which only a few years ago as a wilderness and a solitary dplac) but now inob ited by many of God's chil dren, who are made rejoice by learning this ii portant and graci event-believing, we say, that a letter, emana ng from so remote a quarter as this, would be both .cheering aad encouraging, we forward this expression of love. und...

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