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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

The .inuiiicijittlity of Citahia,' Sicily, bus j ust com pleted. th^erection^upon Mburit Etna of an observatory at the height of 9971 feet alore the sea level. It is beJieved that in the Eton Observatory spectroscopic; results will be attained wh-cli are impossible at all the p' eviously existing astronomicHl sta tions. throughout Europe. ' Tiib Mte '',of the observatory has been so selected ili»t, . in cas-1 of atVe,.ud:ion from the ci'ttter, a stream of lava wouid be divided above the building, and would pass it without injuring it. The structure' ? surfomids. 'an! enormous pillar, which supports.the great;refractor, and the telescope is covered by a movable'iron dome. In addition to thejtelescope the' building: is furnished with ai collection of metforological and fteismological insiruments. From the summit a Jovely view is to be had of. the h ilf' of Sicily, Malta, the Lipaai Islands, and. the part of Culab ia. -Scientific Ameri "cah. . v ' - ^ About the middle of Jauiiary Njha-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

"JOHN_SQmRj:Sr PLU3V gJlI TINSMITH, AND ID IRON WORKER, irifcb, near Mulgoa Road. Higlysti aet|q Orderp for fixing guthering, pumps, &c., have prompt attention. Trial Solicited! PEN RIXH, T©IStNL¥r»T -S3. w & LEOTUEE ILL be deliv>m3d on w the above date by Rrcv. jyC. STEEL, D.D., S><W on "Th<^^I.igMands of Scollanc^" with illustrative Magic Lantern Views. ^ Ohiur to be taken at 8. , Roserved S^ats, Q.s. j/iback seats, Is. .Proceeds in aid of C^.e Prdsbyiorian Church Building I''umL Gliib Hotel LITHGO W, - i" i l P WALLACE begs to inform the public , of» Litbgow and district that having' . a instantly Iniand a large supply of Wines, .Spirits! J^ll^rorkr, &o., of the choicsst ' r»ndsj\ lie yis prepared to accommodate his patrons their satisfaction, and trusts, by attention to business, to . receive a liberal share of support. , . . ? PRELIMINARY". PENIUTH. W, If. JTOCIES and Son BEG to intimate to their friends and cus tomers and'the...

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Correspondence. [WE are at all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] To THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

Correspondence. [WE are at all times happy to insert corres pondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time huld our selves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] To THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TTMES. Sir,-I see there is another Ribhmond in , the field. . Wh&n I attacked and slew one or two humbugs, I did not expect to have to fight the whole tribe. Had I called to mind the old adage " Birds of a feather flock together," also the fact that when a black mag-pie is winged, the whole tribe gather around caw-cawing in' stupid amazement. I might have known some of the clan would, have a peck at nit1, but I did'not expect such an array of talent to be piti ed against me as . appeared in the person of a celebrated local lecturer. But who's afraid ?. 'as tiie cockney sportsman said when, he met the rabbit. He first tells us that5 he dbri't; pretend to be a judge of' either bridge-building or letter writing, and then at once proceeds tu delive...

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MONDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

MONDAY , MAY 15., Before Mr. J*. K. Oleeve, J P. William Sutton was charged with,drunk enness, but did not appear. A warrant WHS ordered to: issue for his arrest, arid the de fendant was: brought up during the day. The police gave . evidence (.hat' he was hardly accountable1 for his actions, owing to 'the drink, and asked for a remand. He was ^ttaken to Pairamatta until Saturday,'medical U^Mtm'prit being recommended. Herbert Stuart was charged with cruelty to a cat, but in answer to the. charge he said he did not remember anything about it. . Constable Sylcea, sworn, deposed: On Sa turday laB.t I saw defendant, between 8 and 9 o'clock p.m./ at the corner of High on I Wooilriffe streets; had a cat, making- it walk.on.a piece, of string, and when it re-, fused to walk'he hit it several times on the head ; he also dashed it against ia post; he was then: arreted and locked up; the cat was a small one', and it got away when de fendant was locked up ; several people had complained about t...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

Sir Samuel Wilson is . going1 to erect a .window in Hughenden Church to eoinmemo rate the recent escape of Her Majesty the Queen from assassination. On Saturday last a lar^e party (.f gentle men, induci ng several Ministers, the ChW Justice, and a number of members of Par liament, passed through Penrith at about 9.3U a.m. on an excursion to the Blue Moun tains and the Lithgow Valley Zig Zag. It was expected that Mr. Archibald. Forbes would be preseut( and home disappointinont was felt at his absence j but he wrote to say that, feeling unwell that morning,- lie could not avail himself of the invitation. Ilis absence gave rise at luncheon time to a little badinage. The party spent a very pl.-asarit day, and returned to town by huli-nast 0 in the evening-.., , [A t,canister containing blasting. powd r Was, found outside ihe Mansion House in 'London. It js believed an attempt was uiade to blow up a portion of the building but the design has been filtrated.' The Channel squadron has been...

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Our Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

"Oiir Police Court. ' , -FIUDAY, MAY .12. : BEFORE J\ K. Oleeve, J.P. ,L.4 ,Charles Buckland and Henry Carruthers, two boys, both about .9 years; of ;ag'e, were charg (I "with having* wilfully and inaliciouely i thrown a stone through a railway parriage winlow on the 24fch, March last; | George T. Evans deposed : I.am Super-./, intend':nt for Railway's in New South Wales, ?s and am the prosecutor; the signature to the information is.mine, and refers to tfye defen dants before the court.; I laid the informa tion "by instructions from; the Commissioner, of Kailways, I produce his. authority j I know nothing about, the,case myself; 1 have witnesses to call; saw tbe break-van. before ic was repaired 5 the carriage referred to in tl\e information means the break-vap ; I.saw it at Sydney three days after the damage Was d6ne. . , - Thomas Daws deposed : I am a guard on the railways, of New South "\\Jaleswas in' charge of No..40 up goods-trainremember a stone coming through the break-van wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

GREAT :. A. COLLESS' Corner HIGH and STATION STREETS] f HE premises having- been let to another party in a different line, Drapery] Grocery, &c., and Everything must be sold. F O R O A S H O N L Y.' ,, No Reasonable Offer, Refused.

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South Creek—St. Mary's. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

Scutk Creels-St. Mary's. From our own Correspondent. -THE weather still continues very dry, and - mornings and evenings very cold. Stock are gradually becoming' tinner, and a great . quantity;around the district are dying. We were again visited with a few windy days hut not of such a serious nature aa on Sun day week. I am very sorry to inform you that the wool washing establishment started here, L."SPjne"f<iw..mQ ing to pome mishap in the machinery, the proprietor was unable to carry on business any longer. This seems a pity as I hoped *o see at some future date this branch of trade increasing, and perhaps other branches of industry cropping ,up. I believe Mr.. Fowler is a considerable loser. ,< .The township is at a dead standstill, suslhe'ss is very slack, and shopkeepers and all business people are complaining at the , dullness in their different branches. Ow ning to the closing of our centrepiece of in dustry-Mr. Alcock's tan yard-a consider able number of...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1882. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

Published every Friday Mornin g. ?;IPRIDAY, MAY 19, 1882. ;: 'On account of pressure of advertisements, ' a quanity of local matter, besidt s our leader, which, is; in type inust be unavoidably held bver. >r v ^ 'f. . K' ! ; Peter Hughes was charged on Thursday, Wnra Mr, .T TC. Cleeve, J P.» with being drunk in High Street, Penrith, and plead ing guilty was fined 5s'6d or three daysin . Parramntta gaol. The Rev. Dr. Steel D. D. of Sydney will deliver a lecture at the Temperance Hall -Penrith, on Tuesday May 23rd. The subject will be on " The Highlands of Scotland," and will be illustrated by magic lantern views. The proceeds of the lecture will be used for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church Building Fund. Owing 'to a typographical error which occurred in our last issue, relative to the Frogmore Hill 'land sale, by Messts. Mills, Pile and Gilchrist, the price appears as L20 per acre. It should have read L30. We are informed that a few more lots have been at satisfactory prices...

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TUESDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

TUESDAY, MAY 16. Before Messrs. Singie. and Lethbi'idge, J'S.P. ." '"; ; ? Robert Miller and William Gannon were charged with trespassing-on lands belonging'' to William Gfitrrier, butcher, of St. Mary's, on the 7th May. I John Mallet deposed: Defendant came to Mr. Garner's slaughterhouse^ 'and Miller came into it; tbey set their' dogs after the pigs, and when I told them to go away, Miller said, "You old b--, I'll' kill you" j they then threw stones clt me, and I had to clear out of the road because I was in danger, of losing 'my life; this liappened on a Sun day. " . Mr; Garner said that he wanted a caution to be niade to the defendants, as they were showing a bad example'to many other smal ler boys wKo were with them, and whose parents did'not know what games thej were up to on a Sunday. Each boy wa*'fined 20s. and 4s costs, levy in distress, or, 14 days in Parramatta gaol. James Barlow was charged with having allowed a cow to stray in High-street, Pen- ( rith, on the 14th May. i...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

c^Ou5?''Sy&iiDy^ettqr. BY THE .TOWN BELLMAN.' i; . " 'yi. ! THINGS political'''are1' qiifet?,, Some .of our lion, members' aye\i'very 'quiet^, Theprim mental me.aber for Central Oimiberlatfd John Lackey, is 'nofc'allbiy(ed*>to",be (juiet. Willi all this gi«efri*M''ar<»wd', . tKe* Political and Protection Reform' League' 'are trying' to makethingsUnquiet. They fetcli^d over Bei*ry in the off se&soii and 'Graham made 0 speech. Then they '£0 tliold1 of poor Michael Fit zpatrick's successor; Dr. H-eydotf' M. P. jor Yass, and he made liis maiden ' efiort the' other day to the admiration of his friends -r and the Daily Telegraph; The:|Gree]diig Six footer woke the p ople'up a bit. He'prpYedv conclusively that1-while we'posed as aIkee trade country, got Cobden: club medals, find all that sort of1'thin g;'J we! were a hoi low sham, arid had Protection in a sneaking un derhand kind of way. ' Half our tariff con sists of protective!! duties and has done so tor ye...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER IV—CONTINUED. RORIE COMES OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

A SPOIKT 'CHII/D.^ f-I CHAPTEtt IV-continued.^ ^ EoKIB 'COMES op AgE; $ . ft There never1, perhaps, was "a happier chiftl^ hood than Violet's. She was daughter and heiress to one of the most popular men in that part of the country, and everybody ?loved'ber;-- -She wa,a not much-givea-to-' visiting1 in a methodical way among the poor, and it-had 'iifiVet entered i'into her young (jmind that it was her mission to teach older people, the 'way'toTie%vefi^BW trouble in: ^enpjgljl^qui^ipod^ii sick child, a husband in priso^^r rabl it snanjig, a dea(^*Jbal)y, ';a little* boy's pinaforq^et^qii fii;e -'\Hxen "and * her ^poriy^wasoalwaysv-ft) the fore and* it; was-^anf.axip.m -in;, the -yilliagja that, where Miss Temppst did' take,' it!,wajs very good for tlios'er>^lie took to. Violent/ ~never~witlidrew"ber hand when-she-had-put it to the plough. Y-lfjshe mtfde!arpromi8e,she always kept, 'it? 'Howeyer I6nlg the sickness^ jioweveK^cire the"pover'ty'j Vixen's patience and beneyo^ence lasted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

§k limctf, WGASF i FOE THE PEOPLE. H>! j Published every Friday Morning. CONTAINS leadingmrticles on the prominent] questions of the day ; the latest local news, and general telegrams ; " Doings of the Day^' by " Puck " ; racy and humourous extracts from American journals ; special correspondence.and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. 6d. per quarter, in advance, HEPEAH TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Penrith. S&* ifrjTO ®imea JSpeciil Jobbing Department. THE proprietors of the Nepean Timet are pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, tkn., turned out at the shortest notice with neatness and dispatch. Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished, £ w \5 The London and Lancashire Eire Insurance Company ILL take Eisks of every description at lowest current rates. D. J. WORBOYS, . Agent. New Zealand Accident Insurance . Company TNSURES ogainst accidents of every kind at X Lowest Rates. Capital, £1QO...

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The Gardener's Guide. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

W il T^Owdeaiier's Guide. I Tlfosel who'*' lutend vto plant fruit trees? |his||a|t>n sboufijlose no time in preparing . tbr tfiem, as the sooner the preparations nro, ^ complete the better. Lot the ground be f' w or keel deeply and thoroughly^ and take care 1 ^ar^FfdVitto^'V'''"tfecesBiSry^fainage, so that| the trees will be able to get the best possibhfe' start. The success of an orchard den^d^! a great measure upon due aUentiosJeyant^ ^lidrto a'nVimtj'er of details, and many j fruit-growers have much, to learn in tho 'kaWemeht octrees,* ,A» orchard,requires 'fairly° good soil, well woiked .and effect Itivelyi drained, Jo gua};^tble ^eeslagainst the ill effects of excess £ of moisture and long droughts, and ^'sufficient amount of shelter, eithlsr^n a,fural' or artificial!, to afford protect tiQu from harph^ strong winds.. It, is also \ - Ue'trees^vith enough ' food for their want's; when, the jSoil. .from ex- \ 'h'austW; ir not1 able'to^furmsh them with f *wHat 'tti'ey 'requireJ...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 19 May 1882

r tit I 'Selyictortnn Wrrin^pib meeting was ,oA&d ouffFridaffoTrr ** Derbyj^ Mr. H. -Pa fcbrtfoii S* Pirate II, by Robin' Hood from Nemesis, beat J. B. Wilhs more's Storm water, by Lavenden Water from Rose, and won. . The Oaks were also de rbidedr^^ W B, Rounse.\r<jll-s, Reseda. AUj& :the i''BWt#: Australian J.C. Autumn moeting'.^pn . Saturday, th^,Hurdle^_rac.e?^'a8r Voii by Jack, Acrobat, 2, and Revenge,j 8f /The Corinthian Gup was $on by Misalliance* feir Peter, 2, ar d Bound To 3. Won easily ^ fby three ;lerigtha. Th q ,Goodwood Handicap was won by Result, Spectre 2, Baron Vjon Mueller 3, won k a nose. -The Steeplechase ^as won 'by Stay! Chrysalis 2,^-nd Liicy 3, The S.A. J.C. haneicap was Von "by Pollis, he Cza" 2, and Baron Von Mueller 3. Worthy ft Tv:?S St|p|- ar^bein^tWni to arrange for, *. hearty ,-welcome (fpr;;,Ed>vard#&tejk ett, the. ^cullerpwhen^he returns tolfd&y. Siibr , scripti'dns p.j'e being distributed, and no doubt' A...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

«>Y V'.t hWiUH. U'VJti Dl.iU i ii'.J'il.'i'.:) -'Mill , ro" Cuair ./;yii-:I!ori;;the.Xadie8i!')'/ -Vff? in1! | ^i,'iPftle "Jrbse' is^ tlie- leadin? tic'olori~-^earlj combs.- are ar Parisian novelty.-Qiiben fVicfoiJia?1?Remains;'''''-'faith'fill'1 to/( ifcllat! ideal materialnof ielderly' ladies,11 'llilkclcJ! 'sillf !^A comb;- of ;ro8es 'fastens u'p low coiffures.! The 'okatldeV is'ii'ow^ a fashionable 'flower1 for parlor deeoratioris^The'' ''jreajHng; .of 'IjrencK p'ays at-private h.ouse's'i^':fche lMe'st fashfori . 'able freakV-^At ' di'tiberi^' onspj Ipttuce and strawberri(03',\\u'l:ll be'1 served' with the fish.-The-newest thing1 in walldecoration this spring is- papierfmaohe.-The Ohipene Ministeivat ^asliingtonr does '-not fallow, 11 !iV wife, to .receive, .cards ,ori. oal le.'ts. j f iTh'wfQ.- < are , np .'a lies; at; )his rreoflptionSi-r-S.ulpliur ,lade 'is' a new importation.-Mrs , Maol?ey,,;/the Amelicani,<:^mUlipnwireRSj'^'.is' gtfing'to/give;^ ,fn...

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A Bundle of Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

? " ' - » .' - iw ?y : ;. 5 , . < " , A. Buttdls .of, Wants. j ' .(WfNTED a Free .Public Library for. fcbistowo,; for* which purpose the Government will gfyve about . £200; also, wanted' the' citizenp to contribute a like amount whicli would pur chase about 2000 volumes of various boplcs, < air.fi'jr the . direct. benefit of.: tiie residents- j young and old.' J '? I ', .Wanted a Municipal by-law (to - enforce v^biole ovfners to curry lights on, their, ve ,lii<$es after dark, which would give,, more of $ business aspect to;tbe toyyn, and . tend; to, .the safety.of aU who travel m,vehicles, ii RantedaPublicPark,s'othat, amorously inclined couples may doitheir. promenades on S^pday afternoons as- quietly as possible; also, as a resort for all residents. I ' I i Wanted- therAldermanvc.< Councilto talte' :a'istroU to tbe Nbpean Riv,biSbyiwalyi'bf'liig,K sfreetj and probably they . would see I tlie necessity ;of- the-lb'vver :'bbd of that ! .'"...

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A Rotten Round. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

I>i 1:?;ot ii.:!«' >w Uli'-'W1'' ,1* W ii:. . .ff;§hine*isirj shine oilv oi*ju nin;d iiilThe; man addressed, nowJlooked'dowii an ;'Bfrbdfoing-lesjij&-U»uH j* ln««fiiv/''<'. - "Will your blabking'dastiirmorertUan > liay^aonriy t'f ) r,ri!?.<.'!H :. Jti;;i^i> /. adi -lA i if. fWell,'' i isiaid 11Bnty -att'dtxa! furinyti'^iin ! started ion>'i its way;from1 ear<tb eaiv'.making .as',quick i ti m e< as; poss ible, fjifch'itud<Men:dk o^'' : what f'ypui :do/.wiithuni$ blackinl'i rtlMou5 teiiir .'^ i jumpantO/the'doekand havd it'-ktay'shoriy.'' iivi('iNV.iSil ithat test.I guess.Lwori't'^mateel" i/i<jy Itl wilL rlast- ets long,'as any/blackini,''sir/ "All right.iMPiriust be i toff if yotr can't PK^a^rant.it .mpi;p.ihan, a, day Off wen t the stranger.^ Bob took li is picture as He wore a till' . > stoyd-pipe < hat,': a* bro\Vn t b'6aVef 'r ttvei'coat, ( and heicarried in 'his' ing'lit . 'haLi...

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Little Children's Watches. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

wa, ^ . t i ? V «9!<f^^i1;tlo7Childreh'S^.Watch0S.'^ I I old11 mdii' etitered: , a1 Little >'©6bk fttiirej'a'nd'Mlciiig' 'from' 1 liis $6cket ''rin >;ftld"btitik-skifc froublv,' he' ^wo11 cdingi ion thfe counter,'and'theri/after .'regarding the1 'Bilver for a feW moments,.'stiifi'.ji!" i Mister, -1' want to' buy'so^e good^ttt1 'mkke-a'dress;"-.-''-''i fifty-ceiitj' piep'e1 hap 11 >puhdhed:,; 1 You1 sfte;;tHey''ha^eMl}een 'kb'u^edf vl'fcatft* take'them.'?.<<\|'UV'V:U1 I .'1"v >-'j:i^busb'd,^ skid the1 old'inanl "Abused\v" aridi!he: fcpokJ; .<B'b! fifty,-cetft.'1 *pibb&\ arid' >'lobbied ati't t'end^riy. 'ii"'A:|tid1yoii1.1wMi^ tjake' at ofl afccbunt ' oiP'lthb>l4i6res.' l ^eaVe'n' ,jgi-(lrtt' itliat !I did not; bavb; to oftei/ it1 t'b1 you'.' 'Teams' a'gb, wh'eii iiiy fiitetj child'tfds' a little ugipl;!P ?^iuii'cbed nble in1 this ;'cojir: aiid jlirlris* -it ^'rb'uild'hbi* heck;; :'It was her co^stan^play-* ftbil%I'...

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Correspondence [WE are at all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

Oowespcadpao,?,;. ,i f [WE ure at.all times happyto insert corres , , pondence on, matters of interest to: ,the ? fi public, but at thei samei i time* holdfour-; Bflves iiri, nohwoV'. responsible 'for'the : ; . opinions' o£ ,tbe correspondent^.] i i To THE EDITOR OF THE NEIPEAN1 TIIHES. Sift,--WillyoU kindly' permit'me'through the columns of your papery to say a' word or two to "Abti-iFiutnbug" by way'of ! apology for attacking him in your . issue of; the. l^th f inst. I'have no desire to >'ehW further 'into an angry Altercation ! with liiin, .' simply because, in the first place, I feel' that11 am , | not justified in'doing1 sor-Hfe'^o'^dUbfe' -to- ! wards me haa' always |beon of ihe1 friendliest nature, and then again, Iwvirig^aftd withoufc any provocation1 -crirVlerisly' flunderbd" into matters tlmtrli'dnot coii'ern lire, I'feer'as if Iought to be well"'astitimed'of:tnyself1 f"^ 'the part11 took;'arid I ;now!!take 'the 'earliest \4j opporUinity for expressing to ^Anti 'Hnmbuli...

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