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MERIMBULA. ARRIVED.—December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

MERIMIIt'LA. ARRIVED.-ItmUfBF.n I!. Hunter, steamer, rullivan, from Svi'iK'Y, , th mst. FaswirerB-14. niroRTs. Hunter.-I cheat*. bundle bedding, 2 tag*. Ham mond ; half-chest ted, Cu*iek ; ] l«g brti'y nypr, Pickard; S lupsugnr, Ilransby; 1 rase j«rt, 1 «*da, Jane ltiliburl; 1 !?« 1 packagc to Incea, Juggfrs; S Mid*, ale, ; "2 rases Iwr, M'CowlariJ : quarter orf: nine, I cane ginger *ir.e, 1 caw, 1 box qeras, balf chert tea, 3 lap) mg:ir, Covington; - tag* flour, Duncan ; 1 canf. Shirk : 1 jsr, I'eiTy ; I lockup, flrealv ; 1 case, Wm, Hil>- . bunl; 1 email Imx, M'ltiiv j 1 c.-isk Jotrt.'r. j Howard; 1 trunk, 1 'tiw, I/viiard: 21 m*tx Htigar, half ca«k vinegar, 4 lam to, quarter cask rur runt*, S bows' nUKinfl, 1 bag nut*. 1 do. rice, 1 esse, Kirk wood ; 2 tons, 4 l«ag» lock sit, 27 lags Liver pool nit, 24 chests tea, 5 kegs nails, 1 package, 2 parcels, 1 bundle baroe**; 1 VnV* 2 . drums tar, 1 tiundle I'utl-vk Imwa, 3 case*, 2 l«Uew, 1 cue saddlery, 2*1 lags l'.cur, 210 Hints MI ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

G. DOR AN & CO. SI! 11'I'Is'uil Commission Agents, ii'mral Lf., ii*\r WEKCOOff STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. w2<1 j* 25 £i()0IIE^VARD7 ?jj Gollj H:XS:5:2 & Gr5SH.S. OX 12 III'N TVIJ KD I'HI'MIS lli'ttrinl will 1.. I., tiny I'ABTIKS .11 "'Vfringn !'aval':f U<>U>.F1KLI> for Miu'i within .1(1 Milts F«r ^Ailirnl:ir^ : 1 j. (1. til ari ;uux uvwrrr, ll"n. jw, : A i;in-:s, IX) THE ELECTORS OF M ONAHO. f < JiN'TI.KMKN', -OWrvirj* tkit no other \l »»i' Lilwral vi*'tnt »n Ih* Lv»d timi hxs \it itTt r^ hi. >#df for lh»« honor *»f r^'r* y«w, <!h:Mo !*y a d<^h pn>jn«<u- ym;r Ini- iykU- am! to s»*nnr a josi and iVNirj- s- u].-m»-nt «f th* I-uid Qutwiivn, I l<rj t<> jiLut; U i'orc as a candidate. Hacin* waited to the la^l moment, lime will not f^rmit iiir 1m in.ikf » full KUitenuriil of my vic»>, I will »ln so at an Mrly^dj^'iltroush On* rnlnniusof the |«»vsa and j^ ivonaJJy th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH ARMAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

77/,7 FKZXCH AS!) t'XUUHIf ABM. 1 m:xf.\ Tii'- of AupiKt utii. y-'T1"T, <l»: suihi.vt vliii li it coininpnwd a fow ilays hack, mi-hrtlie title of " Un DirtcWfl 1'arallt-le, nrol m «hirii it proposed to Mcamine Hie pteva«««* wtii nlaincH of !,J- the English journnli-t* with reqwet I <4i Fmnfc awl licr armament. 3V prwipaS *mp, ' it >icUns h the dfeprojtmtifm during t$»? | list limns \tpars, has, wy^r-lins t'> tno nnjrot I writer* Iwrnnie inore and m^ru rrvlent «»<? ! lan.t atvl «.-» fori* of tho. t»» oomitriei. I.ut the ' rrmr <»f tlml wipjtoaitiim, it nSfirms, m .ici«t«ii* ! iilral.Hl l.y a work lately pnl'lisl'd liy M. tn.'lit-val i I'lari^ny on 1111' naval iHliiii.'il"*1 of Ittuiw ano ' Knplani. Our <-.,Mt"inpci|i>rj' fr",n ' ral i 1 W.irl;, I'lll miVv !lii> foll-mSuj! rewnrUon %hat li.n , | l.- Ti of late nuiii- on« at the oilier ».!<«« ,r| Hit' ; , ?hanm;) v- . , , . i " Wliftl u»w Wnglwh l«co floing f...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

vrnr.ic su-tr/xc. On Friday evening ft meeting was held in the i Courldioiipc to deviae means for the Ktijiport of a I tninhfrr in thin district. j The Rev. Mr Leishrtian delivered n very I effective nddrcas mi the matter of rrlipnn, at | the conclusion of which he withdrew, find the following reflations were unanimously apved to, rtt>]*osed hy Mr. Martin nnd seconded l«y Mr. 1 Prescott i Iklieviiiff that the reading - hut especially tlio jircarhing of the Word-an effectual mean* of ennvenuon, in the opinion of this meeting it is highly desirable that we have ft stated minister in this !»}:»<*<;, who will mgulariy di*peft*e Amotigal us tlie ordinances of the Christian Religion. Prn|iosi?<l Jjy Mr. M'JIaiiie <iiid Aecondcd by Mr. JohnsUiu - Iic!ievln;j tlial tire Eev. Mr. Jieishmaft is Ktifli nent'.y gifted, as well as duly approved and call^l to lh* Tnii)isl»jria! ofmnj, that his raiuLstrations w far a.*: *r haw lieen aWe to jud^ are ve...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

M7).\7.T .V/.'IIX | Tlio iwomnts from Kiamlra, and oilier goM-ficlds, I although conflicting ore, upon the whole, Katiufnc ' lory. At Little IUver the Chinese seem to Invo lieen peculiarly fortunate. Among tbtm tliey have fnuml two nnggetK, one of 884 onnees, oud the other of twenty-eight onnces. The Chief Jiabhl, in London, halt Appealed to the meinlicra of the Hebrew faith in Australia) for I'M to the sulecriptions in relief of the sufferers by the late Syrian massacres. UE.SU.T OF THE KLECTlDSh. Elected. Defeated. Votes. Votes. Argyle T. A. Murray (unopposed) Mumimlridgee William Modety ...(unopposed) , Paddington .. J. Sutherland. (unopposed)' (loulkurn C, II. Walsh (unopposed) Neweastle James Ilannel 374 PaterMin Hon. W, M. Arnold.(unoppoiod) A. Holgson IOC Ilathunsl J. Iliirt 311 It lioUon 113 J. 11. M'Uuigan 37 East Sydney...Hon. C. Cowper 2283 Ileniy rarkes 2181 James Caldwell 201)1 Bobert Stewart 1925 James Martin 1 .151 PetCrVatteMt..,. )30f) f. IU DoIAji 327 Gold Fields,(...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

BIRTH. On the 3rd inst., at her residence, Rose Hall, Bega, Mrs. Jane Hibburd, relict of the late Mr. John Hibburd, of a daughter. Mother and daughter doing well.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] DISUNION IN EDEN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.       [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Corrsepondents.] DISUNION IN EDEN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER. SIR,—I perceive from a paragraph in your con- temporary that Messrs. T. C. Thomas and W. Shaw, have had an interview with Mr. Cowper, the Colonial Secretary, in reference to the general con- duct of our Stipendiary, P. J. Murray, Esq.   Now, let it be borne in mind that Mr. Murray   has a very critical and responsible duty to fulfil, in   the proper and impartial discharge of which, he has, it would appear, given umbrage to a portion of   the inhabitants of Twofold Bay. Allow me, how-     ever, to remark that, in my humble opinion, it would be much more creditable to all parties con-   cerned, were such petty animosities and unworthy   jealousies lost sight of in the more laudable and   ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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The Ob[?]. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11TH. "Nothing [?]nuate, [?] down sught in malice." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11TH. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice."     RELIGION and its accessories are subjects that scarcely come within the category of matters for newspaper controversy, but there are periods in the career of a   journalist, when he is compelled to diverge from the ordinary beaten path, especially       when the subject for discussion is one that by being consummated is likely to impart a more elevated moral tone into society, and ultimately tend to make the   comnmnity happier and better. This is   our apology for the present essay,   No one, except an infidel, will attempt   to refute the importance of perpetuating   religious worship. There are faculties implanted in the mind of man, that   acknowledge the existence of a Supreme   Being; these faculties naturally seek   som...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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ORIGINAL. MY NATIVE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

ORIGINAL.   MY NATIVE HOME. I think of thee, my native home, And heave a mournful sigh; The days of childhood paint anew Their scenes to fancy's eye. Although along Australia's shore, 'Midst untold wealth I roam—   With all its gold—far better still,   I love my native home. That old fireside where oft I sat, And saw my mother's smile, And listened to my father read, Our evenings to beguile; Few troubles past to grieve soul, Nor dreams of more to come—   My heart throbs high, my bosom swells For thee my native home.   —J. R. EDWARDS. THE LADIES WHO HAVE DANCED WITH THE PRINCE. What an event among crinolinedom—to have danced   with the Prince of Wales! We are afraid he will have   much to answer for. Young men who were formerly considered paragons of perfection by these same young ladies, will doubtless be subdued incontinently. A hand that has been grasped by a live Prince will not be bestowed...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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VICTORIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

VICTORIAN NEWS. By the Wonga Wonga we have Melbourne papers to the 6th inst., the following is from the Herald :— A special meeting of the Exploration Committee was held yesterday, at which Dr. Macadam read a despatch just received from Mr. Burke. The lead- ing facts contained in the despatch are, that the party left Menindie, on the 19th October, and reached the 45th camping place, on the 29th October, being in latitude 30, having travelled in the interim fully 200 miles, which is at the rate of twenty miles per day. The party were all in good health and spirits, and the camels and horses had improved in condition. By the report of the surveyor who accompanied Mr. Burke, it seems that one hundred miles of excellent sheep-grazing country has been passed through, and that the country is improving every day. Kangaroo grasss was found up to the shoulder, and spear grass up to the knee. For the first seventy or eighty miles, on the other side of the Darling, the country was very poor; b...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. By the Maria Johanna we (S. A. Register), have   one half of a Perth paper containing news to the   26th October.   It seems that this colony is in a state of some   alarm lest the Home Government should put a stop   to the usual supply of convicts, or, as the newspaper   delicately calls them, "our humble settlers in grey." The Independent, from which we quote, ridicules, it will be seen, the idea of the other colonies having   any fear lest these settlers in grey should migrate   eastward, and "gall the kibes" of gold diggers     and others. However, some of our contemporary's   phraseology on this subject is so peculiar that his   remarks had better be given in full. It is said— "What we say upon this subject is, we perfectly   know, of no more importance than what we do not   say, ...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

TASMANIAN NEWS. We regret to announce the sudden death of Mr. John Davis, of Brighton, which occurred in Hobart         Town yesterday morning under the following cir- cumstances. On arriving in town by the Green Ponds coach, Mr. Davis proceeded to the office of his sollicitors, Messrs. Pitt and Watchorn, in Stone Buildings, but not finding Mr. Pitt at home, he went away and called again, when he said he would   wait; he then sat down and commenced reading a newspaper, occasionally talking to some of the clerks. Suddenly he seemed seized with a fit, the symptoms of which were so alarming that medical   assistance was immediately procured, and Doctors Agnew and Doughty were promptly in attendance, but ere they arrived life was extinct. It is believed that the cause of death was disease of the heart,   under which the deceased had suffered for some time. His remains were removed to the house of ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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EL[?]CUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

ELOCUTION. A correspondent of the Launceston Examiner         writes as follows :—     Sir,—As you have published a letter from       "Thomas Alcock" against that "trashy thing,     elocution." I hope you will give this, on the other side, a place in your columns. "Thomas Alcock"   et hoc genus omne seem to have a pious horror of eloctution; and no doubt he makes this sufficiently   obvious on every occasion when "he preaches,"           his hearers being of course highly edified by his style, which, for the sake of consistency, I hope sufficiently sets at defiance all rules of elocution and good taste. Untrained nature with him is the proper thing. Man savage (in the pulpit at least), is the beau ideal of Thomas Alcock's preaching.   Civil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 11 December 1860

£.E.if. eOHFAKTS STEAMERS. REDUCED FARES,-35*. INRHID-INFJ PRORUTOTI*. STEAM T 0 S Y D X E Y, The RANGATIBA, To-night. STEAM TO MELBOVBSE, WONOA WOKfli, To-morrow Wednesday. STEAM TO HOB ART TOWN. THE TASMANIA Steamer, John Clinch, Commander, in due at tliii Tort PATtJEDAY, lfith Dccemlier, and will nail for liOBAST TOWN shortly after her arrival. For freight or Paasige, apply to GEORGE BARCLAY, A«Tt LIVERPOOL fe LONDON FIRE AND LIFE Insurance Company. "jl/TESSRS. S. & H. SOLOMO X XTJL having been appointed ££££23 for Che above Company, ID EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY, are authorised to receive Applications for Insurance in tath the LfPE tod PI HE Dejartmenls, which will be dealt with 'hy the Directors in ftydney as j liberally v in any other office. All Claims settled in the Colony. Tables of rates for Life Insurance, in nil its i Hrancbcs, and every information may lie obtained from 1 fi. K H. SOLOMON'S, 26 oc alt f Agent*. NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £1,259,700. EDEN AGENYC....

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TARIFF OF DUTIES OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

TARIFF OF DUTIES OP CUSTOMS. Under the Art {or granting Duties of Customs, 19 Victoria, No. 14, the fdlorring Duties are payable on the undermentioned aiticlm, imported into the Free Warehousing Porte of New South Walo*: namely, IWt Jackson (Sydney), Neweantle (Hunter Hirer), firisliane (Mcreton llay). and Kdcn (Twofold Biy). All other articles arc admitted free frotn all c^untrie^ and from and under any flag at peace with the United Kingdom Sriiim. e. Brandy and gin gallon 10 Whlakey, rnm, and other apirita ... ." 7 8piriti, oordiala, liqueurs, or strong waters, |£«weetened or miied with any article, no that the degree of atrength cannot ltc As certained by Sykcs** hydrometer ... gnllon 10 Perfumed spirits , 7 Wine, containing more than 25 |>er cent, of Alcohol, of a specific gravity of '8£r>, at the tem]>eratttw» of 60 riogreea of Fah renheit's thermometer, for rvery gallon in proportion to strength ... ... gallon 10 Wine, not containing more than 25 j?errant, of Alco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

G. DORAN &CO. SHU'I'IN.'J :ITIII Omiinissiun A U-u^r-.i 1 i;i|f'Urns, I*' , \7E2C00N STREET, EDEN, .TWOFOLD BAY"/ ne *28 ja -J 5 TO THE ELECTORS MONARO. GKNTLKilMX,- -**lwvrving that no other I/t'&l oi L'.livr.il vifw*. on the Laud 1,'um t.«*i luts u*t off-r^d for the Jittwr of n-jirtr renting jt»u, and }*»ing urjjed thereto by & dettfrc 'to jtnmiot? yuur iiiienrt* and to secun- a ju*l ,u» 1 iwtis* f.u-tury HeUltmc'tit of the Land I Injg to place mjMelf U'fort' y«m a* a candidate. waitt-J to the ia*t moment, lirue will not jtertnit ine to tnak" a full statement of lay |»oliUsU view*, 1 will do hu At ftit earl; day through the eoiiiMiis of the ]»re.-w fend jrr*mii31y throughout your district. I will wit? «tal*% however, that I am a firmVitp l»Tt*r of th - ^V^TKM OF FUKB SELECTION" liUPOUK M'UVKY. I'ntil I yh.tll have the p'cusurv of |*r*on&Ily meet ing you, au.l you of the vatft importance ui tin: ifivstiun yuu luive to corvdder and decide, I remain, Y...

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LATEST FLATS OVER THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

LATEST FEATS OVER Til!-: FAUX XIA HAM. I The Coitr'rr jrin^s the following a/wiuit i of lli#1 la^t vt of foVharrlin*** VPNnrmfl ujion a | rope at Niagara. Falls by one Villtanj IHnt, other* j witte known a* ^i^nor Fariiii '-?" Al«out 4 «V|<K*kp \ F.arini appeared in thfc in»*lo*ur»\ On either side of | tin* riv#»r p*rhaj« two tltotnand jHrwrnn awaited the | fjkvIic}*. He wa« drwi>I in tights, m u»t&!, but ! lia-l on n»iw>-in* itistrad of whiter*. So»n^ prind e 1 r»wm wwd to koep th^ from slipping on th*» Itcfarp vrMMrtnc on the gr^t feat, Farini went out a fa* buDdrfi feet on 11'* oaldi% snd examined it and its guy* firefnlly. A'-out an hour wa< occupied in tight**iing it and patting w-ei^bta on the guy*. Since wo w*?r*» down last, the end on the 1 Am*'ri**ati sid»* ha* lieen foUed Mm» eight f«t, no j tlmt the ItatonHng jtole i* not so apt to ra>h in the i wide rojwR, TSiis however, has addH to the | n^M of the d'^liritv, and the rojK\ w«th Ia ...

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Vessels loading in California for Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

IV *$fh twti! in 'I in l\i!ifyrn»ii for ByJacn. J'oiiifum, liilwi.ri K'iU-, anl ^aklnO'ls, wit'i ; a!innt *UM»u t<«us flour, wh«K;t, nn>1 oaU. j The fiffrreti to tlits colony jo theso con- i tinuom wrivata are fnr fr»n erw\>uraj:in£. Wo ? l?ani ftlnofrnm the Aik-hiiik* ttat ttlw.tl fro;n j the plains *.,*» Uine ilrlivfred at thr i'nrt, and tlut | tlipir )tarv<*L wni q«-ftoral ami alimj-laut. Account* j front Victoria «»f lh»r crop* l!i *ro ta vv,y for- j uard, anJ in ^<v«1 condition. It i* imjiosHth* to ! mTvn the fai*l that rwry v«Mr *i.\r n>;ighl»mrK aro j UfN>m»ng tea ^ejH-n h nt upon f«rri;m supply, «n<l j j flint t!;«» coming *;as.jii prc«ctit* no hop? of | Slr.-arin^ U now puml, *«»'! we nrr to ! l'^rn tint in thi.< proiu-'t the Hip Is eonvi i^rvl, pj I far, jjrw*I'rices ba*'<\ however, fi'.ark rn"l pin-0 last reason ; there are no lmyon over j K fcj'l. for thti U?5t flocks. Mo^rs. I'Jl Mil i VTurthr...

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AUSTRALIAN [?] THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

! M-KTHM.IA.V MIYM/.S. TI1E J)I'Menus. j Tiinn»-!i MmjitiT oaluj oii'i winter Mrife, ! VVli ti il.iinirj «liL* ntt'I rosM f.i!!; ' tsliiJ full ni ^nn'ii and fftii 't lift', | Tile Unlidi'N oulgru*w tlioiu ail. I !J.: li: i ]i!faaant arms aimut | The KUUlv or ruin-l ah'.*!, i Ati'i the l»urn];i£ sunlight out j \V;.;« vctie iiQ i orc-r^rcad. Tiie vj'.'-.v lie tik'i-i i>f litV i* this 1 " The j'»v mo *e j^oo-Hor all, i Trw fricn^hhin netvr coins amiss ; j I'll liv« anil laogh with great apd small." * | A*i'l SO, v.J)pn,'t-r he finds himself, ! At iniririt* j*>rch or cottage door, | lie nevt r tliink^ #>f \ oritiiy jidf, { ]»i:t an i hlosoia^ taort ami more. N'iM-W'n*!, N'»v-et.ji**r 1, I8»»0.

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ORIGINAL. A FROG IN THE GUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 14 December 1860

friaaiXA L. a KiUlij IN TUJi GUTTER. With ««yw ItlooJxlwt and red, Au't puM out un<) hhtcIIo), A fn»s »*» « u«lt«'r gat otwking Ion 1 (A tiling in which lie excelled.) 11 I'nijLinl of the roud'ly realm, " l'in Kin.: of the ba&Uuq crew ; ^ " Ami woe iHtide the ailly c!f ^ ** Who questions wluit I do." " Hnrrah! f«»r the gutter and «llt«h9 " J?MTali1 lor filtli anJ ftliinn, , *. Wlut care I for all th« worM " White tott-1 ix-mains my tlhn?. " Tli^y at my Moatad p.iunrlt, " When I L-ruak they only aay P'hatr " Iki fch.it cart 1 for all their buutir*, " I revjl in rnu.l and tUiitoy. M 1 hive »«t in the gutter for vcm-h, " I )I; vl' livH in n liquid homo ; " llw:i u« I to ijirt of nil degrees, " Aii«l will have it for years to coiuc. ** I'M chkiI: till iho day I dis, *. I'll never for^-iku thv dirtt - " And im iivnt hour fdiall U' in tin* intij, " Mv epitjiih liinr ! Dint! 1)I*T !" rim 11 in in Si'LitJiH'uiu.

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