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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

•STirrPING INTELLIGENCE. XTIRIVET) (l'OIlT AT.nniiT). ' 1 " . M arch y15.—Maty Ann;-brigan ti n e, 1 1.0,tons, *[G. Graves ;from 'Hobaitt'Town.: \.''.L1iirii|juil:. anil > ;Co., ngcnls. ' ' ' March J] 7—Dobsons, scboonci, 112 , tons, -Cii.pt. McDnmjkl, v-JVoin '•Melbourne,--in v ballast. 'Tiirnbull and Co., agents. cr,j;Ai:i>r> orn. Maroh fl-7.r—JVfaiy iAnn, (bngantiiie, ;?Hfi.'tons,, :G. Graves, for ITob'art jTon n. Mnr6h>] 9.—Dobsons, schooneiy-1.] 2< tons, Cnjpt. McDonald, for Launeeslon, IMVOHT8. March 1 O^Mary -Ann,' 'from Ilohart .Town; ■one ease almonds, oneiboxjdo, one box ■ currants, one keg vinegar, one cratc crockery, one bale sundries,' one ■ cask:-nuts," one bag. do,, one box •raisins,lOnc case sundries,*1fiO:boards, Davis; 12 .bags ■ llo.ur, Hart; 42 ideal: boards, one -box-soap,.' •Williams; 2 cases sundries, 3 kegs -nails, 8 Jarge :pots,(DishcrV,2 cases glass, one. case jam,.Preston; 1 -2 enscb gln.ss, one 'cask do, one kqg goods, Mrs. iDlack. ...

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MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Tuesday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

MI3LB01TIINE PliTCES .CURttlitfT.' •CucsrlaV. March '11.*' At.k—"Bnss's, per hlul ....r.... X10 10- 0 : ^IVorthm^toivand-Jiobinson's,'Nb. .3 ■ 10 0 .0 Allsopp's»No. 3,pcr~hhd 10 0 0 Bin ton Brou oi y„Comp.iny 10 0 0. Other brands, pin- Jilid 8 10 0 ' Alsopp's, dozoirlls Oil/Bynss's,^dozenAOsiOil;-, to lis 0(1. ■ •rwrmi—Barclay, in wood, per hlul .C8 0 0 'L'i nm ill's X, clo do 7 0 0 . Truman's XX, do . 'dn - - 8 ,0 0 . Byiuss's,- pov .do'/.Qii, . iniiivts .I2s , WlutcbvoivtVs:. sloul, per do/en 12s. J5i7ti-j:u—Cork dbl. rose, 2nds, per lb Is 9d American butter, per'lb;-.best Is fid. Jamaica l id. liYouii—Town made, per ton '* £29 >p 0 jrirsts col. 20001b per ton- ' -...-..: ., - 27 0 0 < Chillian, per Ion 2G 0 ,0 Guain—Wheat, col. GOlb;to bushel'-10s• Gd'vto 'lis Ghillian !)s Gd to 10s Oats V. J). JL, 401b lo ^bushel, 5s Od to (is. fRicu—Carolina, per ton . 1 £40 0 0 Java, do 15 ' 0 0 1'ulnn, do 20 0 0 lo. 24 ' 0 0 •Suoai:, per '11)—Sydney .loaves .Gd-;English : loaves...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. The seed show of the Port Phillip Par (•mei^s'-siSooiety^tappointettu'l-to-ivbe-' held on the 19th instant, in the Eastern Market Melbourne, was open to "all disposed to compete, whether, belonging' to, the society oi- not ;V and the prizes awarded were fixed ,at a liberal amount, and given for the best samples of wheat, oats, barley, and potatoes j ' the wheat and oats consisting- of- not -less than, forty bushels, barle3r. twenty bushels, and potatoes ten cwt.' The .prize samples' to be sold by auction to .'the highest bidder after the show,, and-theqjroceeds-handed over to the exhibitor. An opportunity was thus ■ afforded to farmers of procuring- the. very best- seed the :■ colony has produced.. The South Australian Annual .Agricul tural and Horticultural show .was held on the Park Lands, on Thursday, SSfili February/ - There was a, numerous - and . respectable turn out, and upon- the whole the exhibition was -a :-very-good one, and ■ an advanceupon its pr...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

MA1UUA.GES. •Poll. '19, by special .-license,- • by • tlic Rev. P. IC. Simmons,. lit ISarnesdalo, Wimjam. Tisnnent 3X\wson, esq.. tO.WlUJAMlNA ISABELLA..cal\li' 11131,1. -Maomjod,' third-daughter- of'Akohihald, ^Lvoi.isoiv'Esci., of Bnvnosdalc. : : - l?eb. 28, by the Key. P, K. Simmons, at the Ridge, Mr. JajiusMinentt, .of .Stratford, Eng land, to Christiana Macdonalt) of Scotland. : ■ March 11; by the Rev. P. K. Simmons, at Stratford, Mn. iroira MrroiiBLi,',' of Pavramatta, to Ann Dotoiko, of Ireland. » • • .

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

VARIETIES. Calling for Help.—Dick Alriiaz when he took lodgings in New York was tolcl hy his host that in his house servants were called "helps." Next morning-the whole house was alarmed hy ft loud shout ing from Dick, of " IIclp ! help ! water ! water! help.'" In an instant, every one equal to the task rushed into Dick's room with a pail of water. " I'm much obliged to you, to be sure," said Dick, "but here is more than 'I want to shave with." " Shave with !" quoth my host," you called ' help!' and c water!' and we thought the house was on fire." " You told me to call the servant 'help,' and do you think I would cry water when I meant fire?" "Give it "up," said the landlord, as ho led off the line of buckets; JiXECUTION OF A liuSSlA'N SPY.—A letter from Bucharest says:—■" A Russian deserter, named Pawlow, originally from .Bessarabia, who had played; rather a prominent part in the bariy events of 'thd war, entered the service of Turkey. After _ having' abandoned the Turkish service ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

ggj" We take the: present opportunity to inform our readers that our No. 27 " will he the first of another quarter, and: .. at the same time respectfully intimate that the subscriptions for the samv should be punctually paid. Owing to the non-arrival of the steamer, ■ by which we expected to receive paper suit-J able for printing our Journal on, we are compelled to/issue the present number on a colored material.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. A RUSSIAN FRIGATE SOUTH OF THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

COLONIAL 'INTELLIGENCE.' A RUSSIAN FRIGATE SOUTH'OP.'. ' THE LINE. •. v;!v.. The following' important, piecp of .intel-; lig-ence is, given in the.GJapo Town Com-: mqr.cial Advertiser of the -/15th > January;-. If Captain Brown's suspicions are . well founded, we have a powerful frigate inithe track of our/ g'old : shipsj and may hear of the worst apprehensions, being' fulfilled " The : following' extract from the log book • of.' the bark 'Dido (belonging' to Messrs. A. and. E. De Pass, of this city and chartered by Messrs. Phillips and Kin"- to take 300 tons of copper ore to England from Ilondeklip Day direct), is published in the St. Helena papers received by the Cicely " ' Extract from the log-hook of the British barque Dido, of Gape Town, W. P. Brown, master, from Ilondeklip Bay, towards Swansea. " 1 Sailed from TTondeklip Bay on the 10th November, 1S55. " ' November 17.—Latitude by obser vation 29'0'3 S. at 5.30 a.m., made a large ship running N.N.E. at 0.20 a.m., she hoiste...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 21st March, 1856. THE ESTIMATES—GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

ilanfr ^uariJtait, Friday, 21-st March, 1S56. THE ESTIMATES—GIPPS LAND. Gipps Land is unfairly ,treated by the Government. Whether our district be un known or well known to the colonists generally, it appears to be almost an un known land to the Executive, and they seem determined, so far as they are con cerned, that it shall remain unknown to everybody else. While every other portion of the Colony receives duo encouragement for the development of its resources, Gipps Land is either treated with contempt, or thrust aside as unworthy of notice with a beggarly pittance. Never was gross wrong* more glaringly displayed than in the 'case of this district in the appropriation of -the ■revenue for 1850. It appears we are to have some ;£S000 or £9000 expended on roads, bridges, and other public works over the entire district during the whole of this year. Nay, we are not quite sure that even the trifling sum voted for roads and 'bridges 'will be expended in Gipps Land at all ! It may.every ...

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THE ALLEGED INVINCIBILITY OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

THE ALLEGED INVINCIBILITY OF RUSSIA. [From the Time's.] The strong' point of those in this country., who denounce the war;consists*in ascertain" use of the word " Russians/v not'., without f its effect on weak and uninformed, minds; The Russians, we are told, will meveiv give: in. The Russians will never consent i to : any limitation of their maritime power. It is out of the question to think of beating-, the Russians in their own territory:';^ The v -Russians are inexhaustible, and»theyyhave> only to call in their hordes from the-Asiatic provinces and all Europe would* be crushed * by the very weight of the 'torrent, i' Then, the Russians are devoted-tdtheir Czaiyahd regard him both as .the head of their -reli gion and as destined to .drive ou't;:the Turlc and conquer the world. - ,We have been told by an actual flesh'and blood statesman in tliis country that it is'in.,vain to.think of resisting- the paramount ;■ destiny - of' the Russians. These are' some of ■ the shapes in whi...

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POETRY. THE TOY OF THE GIANTS CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

POETRY. THE TOY OF THE GIANTS CHILD. (Written in German by Pounce albert, and translated by the late G. S\ Richardson, Geolo- ■ gist of the British Museum.) - • j It is tlic lofty Insclberg—a mountain high and ! strong— i ' ■ "VVhore once a noble castle stood—the giants held : it long; Its very ruins now are lost, its site is waste and lone, And if we look for giants there, they arc all dcrtd . i and gone. • t i The giant's daughter once came forth, the castle gate before, . > And played with all a child's delight before; her ; father's door; Then sauntering down the precipice, the'girl would gladly go, To see, perchance,- how matters went in the.little world below. ' r With few and hasty;steps she passed: the- moun-■ tains and the wood, At length- 'approachingnear the ;place--wherev dwelt mankind she stood;/ And many a,town-.and: village .fair,'iandfjTiany a ' field so green, Before her ■ wondering;:eyes ^appeared,', a ;strange v, and curious scene. ' And as she gazed,in wonder ...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT IIOBART TOWN DURING TIIE MONTH OP FEBRUARY, ibdO. I 200 sheep, ex Ant - 100-colonial sheep ex Ant - M2 ■71223 sheep, ex Tasmania - •251 „ cx Mary Ann 8 49G „ ex City of Ilohart II 22 head cattle, ex Flying- Fisl •12 .67 cows, ex Glencoe 133-sheep „ • • - 69 „ ex Emma Prescott, 18 220 „ ex Ant 19 42 cows, ex Macqnaiie - 47 .ex lletriever - 500 sheep 21 02 cpws, ex 'Eclipse . • ; - 229 .sheep, ex Tasmania 22 .70 head cuttle, ex 11. S. Page - .3 cows, „ '26 38 ,colonial sheep „ 29 ~(G0 head cattle,'ex Mariposa - 342 sheep, cx Dait £ 1 4 ,0 • 17 3 . 13 9 17 -6 to 18 0 15 G „ 10 0* - - > 1 2 G „ 1 3 0 13 15 0 „ 17 15 0 - 8 7 6 ,,-H 10 0 Average & 15 8 12 fi1 > • 18,*'9 '1,0 9 1 ' 1 0 ,10 ,J5- .0.,, ,13,35 ,0 ' ,/ 12 6 6 8 5 .0 „ 21 s0 -0 „ 11 9 0 <,-11^0. - ■ . , D 15 0 ,,"''12 10' 0„ . „ 10 11.. 5 17 0',,.- -17 1 3 14 5 f.0Vl8, i5 '0. „ 15 14 8 ,12 ;0."0 26;<f5 *0 .. 16 15 0 'JO' ,0 • 13^,0 ,0 ■„ 13 -17 ,6. , 13 3 4 'G: &...

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ENGLISH SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

ENGLISH SCRAPS.' . Tins Queen of Spain's present to the -Pope.—It may be remembered that ,at the beginning of 'last'year the Queen of Spain sent;to Pius IX. a magnificent tiara enriched with diamonds; this year she has ;sent to :his??Holixiess a celebrated .Muvilloj representing- the marriage of Sainte Catherine,.which hung- in her bed-room, and to which she was in the habit of pay ing her evening devotions. The above .picture, was accompanied: by; anotlier by the same great master, representing the Prodigal Son.- The Pope has had them ■ both splendidly framed, and placed' iiv-tlie Museum of the Vatican, with an inscrip tion mentioning the donoiv Mii. Haynes, the Colored Preach er.—A ' fast young1 fellow said to Mr. Haynes, " Father'Haynes, have you heard ,the good news?"—" No" said Mr. Haynes, "what is it?"—" It is groat news, indeed," -said;-, the.: other, " and if;true;-jwm-. business is done."—"What is it?" again-inquired Mr."Haynes.—"."Why," said the first, "the, devil is .dead...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Murder.—John Hughes, apprehended on suspicion of having been concerned in a murder in Gipps Land, in May last, was brought up at the District Court. Mel- bourne, on, Saturday, but was discharged, the evidence of identity being wholly   inadequate to justify his detention.

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

tost . office notice. ;i | Jfrom arid after •. this■' elate, 'mails *pcr1 steamers I for ,the undprmpntibned lout^ports of^Victoria, will close at this office at; ^ho^-timos ;(spcpified against'each rcspeptiyely, and a return mail f,r6ni each of those places Will b&'aue by the same con veyance.once raiweek in Helboiiifhe, viz.;':— ' v ' Port Albert and Alberton, per.'\0bor6ri •'•(or Storm Bird), every''l\iqsday,iiit ip45!(ijn;j!^ ;: Wami'ambool, Beltiist,- v and /., I^ovtliind, "ipcr. j Quoen, everyf iAy^ddnjcs(liiy,'' at 10^5* h.ini Per i Champion;'cvery:l,ridayi'at- l'l.-4'5 a.inl!!. j1 u 1' All letters,; ]io>vsp'apers,l'l&c;-^in.ioflicc ;atiitlie; time of despatch of these ,imails,- will] be vfonvtir-j ded by tliem, whether marked. " per steanier" ' or not. ' • . " .• Due 'notice uvill be givon; of'ariy1 alteration'inv, the abovementioned tunes ofc dcspiitoli."': 'i i • (Signed) t , A. MoCBAE, ,i, , . Postmaster-General. G cncriil •l'osl.-o'flicu, ■.'■"■■■ ■. M...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Monday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

COMME RCIAL, JNTELLIC 1 JsCE MELBOURNE PRICES'1 CURRENT. •Mondavi'March '2«1- * Ai/k—Bass's, (per hhd i £10 10 * 0 Worthington and.ilobinson's, No:'3 10:.0...:0 ; Allsopp's No.'3, per hhd : >9 0 0 Burton Brewery Company .10 0 . 0 Other!brands,iper<hhd ;.v.<• • >• ^8 10- Or Alsopp's, ;dozen lls.Cd Byass's, dozenMlOs Bd to Us.', , 1 „ I r Porter—Barclay, iirwood, per lilid £8 ■ 0 ?0 Ti'umun's'X, 'do ilo -7 0 '0 Truman's XX,: ' ' do do 7 10 0' Byass's,;,per dozen,;.quarts i 13s: Whitebread's stout, per dozen 12s. . i.. , .■■■ < i BuTTiiit—Cork dbl. rose,; 2iuls, per lb Is 9d. American butter, per -lb; best IS/Id. ' Ganuuss—Bolmonti/spenn,' siScs, •per ib 2s' Composite, per lb ,1s 3d Mould,:t;illow,!por ]b OJd.t Cbi'TUii, per lb-—Ceylon. plantation; 1 Ul -Tava'Jd. Jamaica lid. • ■ . 1 Fi.ouu—Town made. por ton ...... .£26 0 0 firsts col. 20001b per ton ■ ■ •< 25>'0 0' Chillian,;per ton » 23 "0 I 0 6ms—Wheat* col. GOlb to bnsholi 8s Gd...

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GIPPS LAND ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

u;\:: ■ 'GIPPS LAND ROAD. 'lavwas, well and truly,. observed by Dr. TIedley at, the late McMillan dinner, that in'consequence , of our secluded situation we feel the want of >a convenient overland'route 'to Melbourne. --, This want, lias^ been keenly felt ever- since .the district was inhabited, and during- the .time Mr.rjOole was-our, re presentative the subject , was 'repeatedly 'pressed upon the. attention. of, the Govern ment. "Indeed,. so.,.urgent .were, the (solici tations of . Mr. Cole to, have ,something •done,: tliat, even :tlie . Government seem to have'thought of the matter, for, we find, from a return moved for by .our then repre sentative,, that the survey, of a line of road liai-been,-; cpmpletedjn 1854. ^A.report on the ne\v .line of road had been presented to,, the . Governor by the Sui-veyor general in; July, .1854, in which liifvsn.vs' '. ".Tiio lino of communication from Melbourne into ' Gipps' Land hitherto !in uSo haying been found, fromuts'Tiatnval' obstacle...

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LAUNCESTON. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

, LAUNCESTON. . March 15. I The Mills.—Union—First flour per ton, £24; seconds ditto, £22; bran Is. Cel.; wheat, bought at 7s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel, for prime samples. Cataract.—First flour, £24 per ton; seconds, £22; wheat bought at 7s. 6d. per bushel; bran, Is. Gd. Tamar—Flour, £24; wheat bought at 7s. to-7s. 6d.; bran, Is. 4d. There appears to be considerable shyness in the grain and flour market, and wc have heard of no transactions of importance. Both flour and wheat have been reduced in price during the week, the 'former .at least £1 per ton, and the latter Is. per' bushel. The nominal quotation for flour at the -mills-is £29, but the articlc has been offered and refused ai; £27 for a good brand. Wheat may be quoted at 7s. to 7s. Gd.,'it will probably touch £20 ■ per.ton before long. Is. 3d. ' 'Farsi and Dairy Produce.—' Outs, 5s.; hay, £G to £7; pressed £7; potatoes, to £7 per ton; apples, gootl, 7s.; plums, 8s. :per bushel; pours, 10s. to 12s. ditto; peaches 8s. •to 10s. Ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ON 1st January, 1856, the Gipps Land. Guardian Subscription and Circulating LIBRARY will be opened to the public, consisting of Works by the following' authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt. Marryat. Gait, <fcc., etc. Storms* TO THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY; £2 2 0 .. ..per annum." 10 6 .... per quarter. . TO THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping- a book longer than a week will be charged one shilling extra for every three days beyond that time. UgfiV.-Z?. Parties receiving boolts will he held respotmble for their good keeping. Any boolts lost must be paid for; arid 'if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. A Catalogue may "be seen at the Office. Port Albert, 28tli Dec. 1855. •ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PEINTING. 'Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING FOSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS,"CIRCULARS, &C., 'executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE 'CPf N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

ggjfi ;T Ve. tfoheMeipresentiOjiportmiity' rto inform our, readers :thaL'0i(,r- 'JNToj^Q? , ,y. ,wUltbe\theffi'st-qf:'another-quavter} anil at the same. time rcspectfhdly'iniimate that themibscviptionsofor^•tlte iscmhe : should-bo; punctually paid. - • notice: >We bejj to intimate -'to' our 'MMbourke ■ 'friends ■ •that Messx-si":: G orclon;:' Grotcli, • and Co., 99, Collins-s'treet-west,' a/re-the ■authorised'-Agents, (for-this Jdurndl in ■ Melbourne,

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 28th March, 1856. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

Friday, 28th March, 1856. ' . IMMIGRATION. In bur issue of the 15th ulfc. we alluded to tlie apathy displayed by. our member when opportunities were . nffoi;ded him of: shewing the Executive the want of improvements, of various kinds in Gipps Land. .,On this oc i casion we need not travel. iar for another illustration of the systematic ; manner in : whicli.everythingconnected with the pros-: : perity of Gipps Land is nipped in the bud; and burked in our so called House of : Representatives; and when we .find, a tacit II connivance on tlie part, of him, to -whom as |i a%atural consequence .we should ,look for, ! tbe^rem'se/we ara at a; loss jior-words to i express our regret' at that want of .political I discernment amohgjSt Sus, which, placed. so, jimfifc an individual ;in power5 to ^vielcljpur, ! destinies—whether for weal ,or woe, • arid ^ | who . .is protracting, by, his misrepresenta jtions and utter absence of..genuine-^patriot : tisiiiji tlie 'little measure, of .real good .wh...

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