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REDPATH'S PAST CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

REDPATIPS PAST CAREER. When the Peninsular and Oriental Company ww started, it being then rather a ptivats concern than a public company, Rcdpat-h wis tn^iged as a clerk by iu promoter*, Mr. Wilcox, M.P„ for Southacnoton, and Mr. Aoden»on, the present chairmm of tho Crystal Palar- Company. In this ucrvice nothing particular is remem bered of him, nor i* it known exactly under what cir cnnntancca he loft Messrs. Wilcox and Anderson's em ployment. Before, however, he ceased that connection he obtained an introduction to Mr. Thomas Fox, the ex* ten*tvc ana well-known upholsterer and o*tate agent, o! I3bhopgot*-*tro-t Within , to whom it was represented that he was a highly respectable and honorable young man, and that he was about to marry tho daughter of one of the directors of tbo company in which he wa- a clerk. Thero is overy reason to believo that this w&* a false reproientatiou, inasmuch as it may be supposed, that if he had formed suoh an aliunde, ho wonld never havo bee...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. (Before Major Grammar) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE* Satuiuiay, Fi:»ruaiit I t. (Hcforo M «ior Crnminor.1 Patrick Higgins wns chargod with drunkenness, and was lined 20 shillings or 18 hours in the colls. Dennis M'Mnhon was charged with having assaulted Ins wife. The bench decided that the defendant should havo his rrcoguizance.H forfeited should further com plaints be made, and should ho drive his wife nnd family out of tho house again, the defendant must allow bis wife a maintcnauco.

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BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

BANK OK AUSTRALASIA. This corporation held its ordinary half-yearly meeting at their otliecs, in Threndncedle-street, on the JJth of De cember. Mr. l-. C. Henrique*, tho chairman of tho company, presided. Tho following statement from tho directors to the pro pi 'etors was was read by the secretary ; — ' Tho directors have on the preuout occasion hut fi?w observations to make on thu affairs of thu hank, their statement, as usual at this period of the year, being un accompanied by accounts. The progress of improvement in the Australian colonies, ami tho further expansion 'f their prodnctivs resources, continue to bo subjects for congratulation. Tire recovery from the derangement of coiumcreial affairs in I8f-1 has not bo-ni so speedy as was anticipated ; but trade his gradually nnd steadily as sumed a moro healthy condition. Increased competition must havo tho effect oT diminishing the profi is of banking generally. The directors havo the ph annro to slate that tho investment of tho g...

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WEST MAITLAND. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. (Before Major Crammer P.M., and P. Green, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

Wkst Maiti.aso. Monday. FKniiuAaY Ifi. ( Before M »j «r (hummer, P.M., und P. (areoti, Kaq.) Honry Brady, wan charged with drunkenness, pleaded guilty, and was admonishod and discharged, llenry Shaw chargod with a similar oftenee, pleadeil guilty, and was fined 20 shillings, or forty. eight hours in gaol. Anne Grant bad taken a drop too much, and bad to pay f-T her whistle, or at least for wetting it, UOs., or 43 hours in the culls. Kllon Copley was proved to bo a vagrant by Sergeant Kerrigan. Constable Raphael deposed that ho believed thn i\ rnmimtn Mr. Million deposed that be had seen tho defendant at 'Mr. Baker's at Gleunie's Creek a fortnight previous. Admonished and discharged. Margaret Koddrn charge:! with vagrancy, was reman ded'to Thursday next. Uni.awkum.y at LAnor..— Oiitainmno aoons undkr rAi.sK ritKTKNCr.s. — Sergeant Kerrigan charged George F. Towtishend with tho above crimes. Mr. Mullen ap peared for the prosecutor. The prisoner had ropreseutod himself ns tho Marquis o...

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RUSSIA. (FROM THE TIMES BERLIN CORRESPONDENT.) Berlin, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

' RUSSIA. ^ ' (FROM THE TIMES' OEttLIN COKRliSPOJfDENT.) J Berlin, Dccembcr .10. I The following intclligenco from Russia, wul, if true, be found important. It comes from a sourco vhlch l have gcnorally found to be corrcct, but I ona bound to state that t do not find It corroborated anywheve eUo/ and tiiat it stands in. a certain degree of opposition. to^ -tho Infor mation I, rlceive from otiier quarters on miJitiury ttovo ments in Russia. A 6t Petersburg eOrr-&l-'cndcnt of the Konijilcrg Jonrnal Btatca tliat is undc^tdod in St. Peteraburg tliat General Blrjalo2V who, commands tho. trnnna nn tho Russo-ocrsianfroatin*. has* rtc^IVbd orders i . to enter Persia with 50,000 men at the first requisition . made to him by tho Shah of Persia.; At,the5saiflQ Ume it is eaid that two corps d'armek ?|iaxo..^eea:ist' In^motloa' towards tho Austrian frontier. Xha''cbm^hdarit then, i say*, as a cotnm.erifc 'of his own oh 'tlib' gtatomunt^ that' ' Kiissia ctimbt' 'look' on'a1 pisavd' gpecta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

NOTICE TO PAID CONTUiUUTOHS. * 4 vdrihntions intended for insertion to be addressed to - - Kditor, with motto attached— the real name of the ' iter to he enclosed in a settled emieh)pet .which will not * tfifned unless the contribution is inserted. '-nn:at undertake to return fejeded contributions. TERMS V'll .WlV-EUTlSEMKNTS. »ilv words ami under* One Shilling; every additional Ten v - U, SWpcucc; One Incli, Three Shillluf.s nnd One nnd - .;---ncc fur every addition.il inch or part of an inch* t Kit ms or sunsrniPTioN. ?-- * t per (^untter when paid In ndvanec; and Nine ? W mil paid within Foihtkkn 1)avi utter ihe com' .? ..'in-emrtU of each Quarter. lolico to discontinue Adwrtisemonts must - ]|,ivfcn in writing on tlio day previous to '.-!ication. ?A1WTBACT OF SAl.F.S IIY AUCTION. T«»k*i-av,'19t»v-{ 'i* . 4 5 . '& Co., nt llio Knsf, Miilllanil Sritd F»rUs,.*t J2 o'clock; .100 V'nt Wollicrs. * I'iiihav, 2(-vit. ***? Tins A Co , nt ^ortlinmlipv'ivrol Y.ttril*. Wrat Mail - Ia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

1 1 CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. II * Addresses, Wanted Situalionn, and Adccrltxe !j |( v.mls under Itcinlj/ tcord.i, only One Shilling. :/§ THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' ! | literal fmfttg \TtTK l-cg to inform the inhabitants of West ? j| IT & aitl&ud and tho neighbouring districts, that we i| ore prepared tojcxccuteall orders at tlio abovo Establish ; x: inenV.aud hope, by strict attention, speedy ties jintcli , j i J{ .combined with a first-rato stylo of printing, to merit f 'h 'their patronage. J t Kvery description of Letter-press printing executed -with neatness and despatch. X liooli-viork, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads, Cheque i Hooks, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, j) and every other description of plnm anil ornamental printing in a stylo not to ha excelled by any other Es j-tablishmcnt. . 'v , Charges strictly moderate. , /; Iligh-^reet, West Mnitland. 101 1 i ? — ? / H Hunter Biver lfow Steam Navigation Company. %_ Morning Steamers to Sydney Daily J^jTHE St...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tun NonmrntJ TNcout.— Tlila cscurt ivhii'li nrrivcil In Miilt.lanil a il«y nr t.ivn npo, bmui;lil down 18o(j oz1!. Siltt'tB. 2 pn. of [Toil! ilnst cnnsigm'fl to llm Master nl' t.lu' Mint, I). Colii'ii & (!»., A. licvieii, IlioJninl Slock li.iuk, tlio Unnk nf Nnw Routli Wnte?, ami l,. l'otls 'fi; (to. Wo lenm that privit Ho mIi Ii.ivo occnrreil up the country, occasioning serious loss of property, ami in r.oiuo casus of i life. Accident at Osteiu.v Punt. — On S.-it, unlay lust, -il a lirny nnit'foiir lmltoi-ks enrryinp; (sixty bushels of wheat, wore crossing tho river in .Mr. uicucy s punt, nt, u.storiy, tho bullocks, wliich were ymm;; ones, liccmnc friplitoneil, ninl hacking out of Ihe punt with the dray, wore unfor tunately drowned. 'I'lio wheat and bullocks were, we hellove, the property of Mr. Mickey. On Smv'ny, w'lien tho information rcaclicil us the dray, 5;e.., liad not linen i-ocovcred, tliouyh a very active tieareh for it had been made. ]\1aiti.a-...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1857. CRIME IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

.WEDNESDAY, I'liliRUA It V IS, 1.S57. CHIMl'V IX lONfi l.'.VNl). '' ?' . r.RY succeeding mail . fiunislu-s ti-t with an ?mint nf some new nnd sl.nvtling cviminnl. poisoners have no. sooner expiated ' rir murderous cowardice on tho sciiflbld,! r ..hi tho perpetrators of gigantic frauds slnrt' in ? ?(] uiok siiocc-sion, nixl'liy thoir reckless ? H and ingenuity hecome tlio living wonders of »j ... .1..'.. Pol.,,,,.. o,wi „ ;ii, - -.vising thoir fiendish craft upon individual . .. iins, but lliP'V'illanies of a Sadlier, Kolison, ami ? V-i:d|-atli, will-find numberless sullc'reivs 'whose t ' -s will become emhrttered from the' loss of their ? --- 'ildly nil. It would seem' from 'tlio nature and ' ' cracker of the crimes lately committed in ling 1 1, that something mors Mian the usual inceii ?- ' ?. must ? hnvo luxsn nt work to mould the ninals wlio-havc lately filled such a deplorable vi in public litti ulion. '1'ho highwayman and ' f forttpad 'have been driven from thoir midnight tints...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. ?GOLD CIRCULAR. 'Wo are now practically under tbo Gold Tax, for al though Sunday is tho day on which it nominally oom menoes, yet the day previous iB but an imperfeot one for business. Tho heavy rains havo no doubt given an ad ditional damp to tho miners, and but little gold has come to market this wook. 'We look with come degreo of earneitnoas to tho future, and heartily wiBh that the latter cna oi xuib year may ub rouuu wauucu wm moDComont in the production of the precious metal, as tho latter part of 185G exceeded its former part. BYDNEY PIUCES CURRENT ffOIt GOLD. Per oz. Mcroo ?? «« .« ?? £& 15 6 Adelong .. .. ?? 3 14 6 Tambaroora .. .. .. 3 14 6 Stoney Creek .. ♦. .♦ 3 13 6 Sofola and Turon .. ?? 3 13 0 Braidwood . . .. .. 3 12 6 Hanging Rock 3 12 6 Rocky River ?? ?? ?? 3 7 6 Ditto ditto (clean) .. ?? 3 12 6 Omeo ?? ?? .8 5 6 Knglish Sovereigns ] por cent, promiuin American coins at a premium. Chilian coin at a discount. French gold and s...

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FRANCE. Paris, 11th December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

FRANCE. j Paris. 11th December. I Among tho changes which have taken place in the ad ministrative department of the Home .Office, M. Giraud, chief of ono of the most important divisions, has resolved on retiring, m consequence of the fatigue causcd by his very laborious duties, and which has affected his health. M. Girand, who is still a yonng man, resigned a subpre focturo when he entered tho Homo Office, when ho gave prooi oi nine u intelligence, umiriug mwuugii jnobity, and independence of character, and won tho es teem of all who wcro brought into contact with him. It ii said tlut he has declined, for £ho present, accepting employment in any branch of the public administration. 4i It is already known, * says tho MoniUur, 'that tho Emperor in his solicitude for the army, some time ago ordered that the snb-oflicers or soldiors of the land and rca force, who had undergone ? amputation' In constqucnco of wounds received during the war with Russia, or in Africa, should be admitted to...

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IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

IMPOUNDINGS. I At Gresford Pound, on the 4th day of February, 1857, I from Myall Station, for trospass ; damages 34 each ! red and white cow, cock horns p with o in oentro, on milk ing side, aged ; rod and white bull calf at foot, unbrnndod ; red heifer, apparently ML conjoined over 2 noar rump, 15 n onths old; hridlo heifer, H near ribs ; bluo bullocK, II near ribs. Notice has beon sent to the supposed own- 1 ors of the last two. If not released on or beforo the 8rd j March, thoy will ho sold at noon. I At New Freugh, on tho 29th day of January, 1867, from Kirkton ; trospass and driving 2s (jd oicli : — bay horse, a stripe down the face, black points, saddle and col lar marked. No. 2 or 22 over T near shoulder, RF con joined (the It reversed) near ribs like LO or LO with P ovor near thigh.; Also, on the 31st, from Doclira -bay mare, star in forehead, olfhiud foot white, switch tail, saddle marks, front foet shod. C over K near shoulder. If not roleuS'-d, will be sold on tho 20th Fe...

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PRUSSIA. Berlin 11th December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

TRUSS I A Itcrlin llih Opremlier.. I It is Stated to-day that the Neufebatel question will not be referred to tho flew Paris Conferences, but to the representatives of tho Powers resident in London, who ^ .signed there tho protocol of the 24th May, 1852. Prus sia, it is said, would profcr the Emperur of the French as arbiter to Lord Palmerston. Letters from St. Petersburg say that the Bolgrad and Isle of Serpents' questions will create no difficulty, and that tho serious point of discnssion will be the reorga nization of tho Danubian Principalities. Tho statement that Ali Pasha will go to Paris as tho Turkish Plenipotentiary is described. A delegate from the Russian Government has arrived to settle the plan for conncctiug our railway system with that of Russia.

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GEELONG MARKETS. Saturday, 7th February, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

GEELONG MARKETS. Saturday, 7th February, 1857. Gold has fallen to £3 18s. 3d. for Ballaarit. Imports, &c.— Fino flour, £10 10* to £17 for colonial ; £14 to £14 10i for Chilian ; for Adelaide, £18 ; Haxall 50* per barrel.; bran, 2* 3d ; wheat, 0* Gd per bushel ; oats — colonial, 9s to Gh 0d ; Scotch, '6* ; maizt, 5a -to 6a ; cracked ditto, 6s to 7s ; potatoes, £7 to £9 per ton ; three-buahel sack-1, 17s Od to IS* por d -zen.; woolpacki, 4a 3d to 4« Od; twine, Is 2d.; bottled alo,ll4Gdto 12b Od.; porter, lis Gd to 12s; draught ale, £8 to £9 ; porter — TrammV XX, £0 104; X, unsaleable; Whit oread's £0 ; Tennent'u £0 10s to £7 ; hysonskin tea, 4/ 10s to 5 1; congou, tine, 0/ lOi to Gl 15s. Sugar — Zebu, 30i ; Pampanga, 3M; Mauritius, 38J to 41/ ; loaf, 562; tobacco — Barratt'a, Is 5d ; Albertifl, la; Kcn^, 1* Id *, Shollard'H, Is; keg, 8d to 101; sheopwash, 7}d to 9d ; cigars — No. 2, 21 8* ; No. 3 21 5 havannabs, Ul per thou sand-; candles— sperm, none : patent ditto, Is 4J; ta...

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SYDNEY MARKETS—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

SYDNEY MARKETS— Fridat. I [Unleii whore otherwise stated, tbo prices qnotod in this article aro those of transactions botwoea tho producer and the first purchaaor, not the retail prices, nor ovou the wholesulo prioos between one dealer and another.] Wheat ahd Flour.— The market remains without any alteration from last wock'n prices. The following are tho miller's quotations : — Messrs. Barker & Co. quote lmo llour at j£jo, and seconds Xlo per ton ; wneat, us per bushel and tho supply but scanty. Messrs. Furlong and Kotinody roport that their pricos for tbo finest Syd noy made flour, from colonial wheat, is £17 por ton, and that tho demand is good ; wheat, from 5s to 6s per bushol, brand Is 9d ditto. Mossrs. B-irklomau and Bate uuoto flue flour at £18, and scconds ,£10 per ton ; wheat 0s to Ob 3d per bushol ; bran, scarce and in demand for shipment, from Is 9d to 2s por bushel. Victoria Mil fl, Sydnoy, February Oth, 1857.— Mr. Buckley roports, fiuo flour £18 per ton, for seco...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET.—DECEMBER, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

LONDON WOOL MARKET.— Dcokuoxsr,' 185G. The last sale of colonial wool for the year commenced / on tho Oth, and closed on tho 29th- Novomber. -Tho ? number of bales comprised in catalogues ^onslated of — 13,144 bales, Australian; 8937t Port Phillip 5502;. ? Van Diemon's Land; 2781 Adelaide; 3HI,' New' 'tfea'- ' lano ; 410, Swan RWcrj 18.200. - 'Total,; 50,005 1 bales; of which about 2,G00. balca wcro from, cccond ? hands. -? '? ?*-'??? '1 ? .! ? ; *»e auonuance ot buyora nc ' tue opening 'taio was largo, and a spirited competition exlitcd for all descrip tions at an advnuceof la to Iju. TheprlripipaV.bnycrs for tho worth, who had bcea lookinff , for, recent ral&j'- scarcely being maintained, ^yerp eufprisod st tho tone theioom and utld elbof for tlio first Tew nights, anticipa^ . ting that, immediate -ants beiiiR .supplied, consumers would be less anxious, nnd that the rise established would ?bo lost. This anticipation waa soon dispelled, for our own manufacturer*, nnd tho co...

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DR. LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

DIt. LIVINGSTONE. This celebrated and enterprising African traveller ar rived in London on December 10, after an abscuco from England of seven teen. years. When ho was taken on board Hor Majesty's ship the Frolic, in the Mozauiblqno coast, ho had great difficulty in speaking a sentence of English, having disused it so long while travelling i« Africa. Ho had with him a naiivonf tho interior of Africa. This mail, when he got to the Mauritius, was &o excited by the steamers and 1 venous wonoors oi civilisation iuat ue went maa, anu | jumped into the sea and was drowned. Dr. Livingstone bus crossed tho groat African continent almost in the | centre, from west to oast, has been where no civilised bo | ittg has over been before, and has made many notable I discoveries of greut value. IIo travolled in tho -double | character of missionary and physician, having obtained . a medical diploma. Ho is rather a short nun, with a | pleasing and serious countenance, which betokens tho most ...

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SURRENDER OF HERAT. Trieste, Thursday, llth December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

SURRENDER OF HERAT. Trieste, Thursday, 1 1th December. Wo havo news from Constantinople of the 6th. Herat has surrendered to the Persian General Murad Shaff. Tho English troops aro alreaJy'oporating-m tho shores -of the Persian Gulf. Franco has offered her mediation Io the Court of Teheran. ' The Conference between Fernk Khan and Lord Strat ford do Itodcliffc at Constantinople continue. Tim TV,,.* .Vflri* nt t,f f--wnrnW kf (nvx 'It 'was on tho 26th October that the town waa taken. I The tchapar (messenger), who was immediately sent to Teheran with tho news, only took oight days to cross tho vast plains which separate Herat from the Persian ?capital.'' The same journal announcos tire departure from Te heran of all the -members of the British Consulate. Mr ?Stoveua had g«»nc lo Tabriz and Mr. Abbott, with tho -oilier members of tho Consnlaie, hal taken the road to ?1- inbay.

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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 10TH DECEMBER, Before Lord Campbell and a special jury. CAMPBELL V. CARSTIE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 10th Di:ocmiii:ii, j Before Lord Campbell and a special jury. 1 cAMpni.i.i, v. UAUVriN. .Sir F, Thesiger, Mr. Wilde, and Mr, Blackburn, wero counsel for tho plaintiff; Mr. lluddlcston for the defend ant. Sir F» Tliexiger stated that this nas an action for criminal conversation, but ho was happy to say that tho Jury would bo relieved from tho necessity of trying it. His learned friend who appeared for the defendant foil he conldliot resist tho plaintiff's elaiu. to damages, and nau agreed io an amount. ?Lord Campbell remarked that this action belonged to n class wliich he hoped would not much longer disgrace tho law of England. lie felt ashamed of himself when, in convomation with foreign jurists, any allusion was made to this topic; if thoy ask him whether the law of England allowed a husband to sell his wife with a rope round hor neck he could toll thftin such a notion was unfounded; but he had ho answer when thoy spoko of the action of criminal conversation...

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SINGLETON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

SINGLETON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. ( From our Correspondent.) A public meeting was held at the Court-howo, on Saturday evening, the 1 1th instant, for tho purpose of memorialising the Government to placo onlhc Estimates for 1858 a sum of money equal to that alieady subscribed towards the advancement of this institution. J. C. S. M'Donall, Esq., J.P., occupied the chair in the unavoidable absence of Dr. (ilunnie, the president. W. K. Collett, Esq., vice-president, proposed the adop tion of the memorial, which proposition after a brief and appropriate address was ably and eloquently secondod by Walter ltotton, Esq. The memorial was unanimously adopted, and now lies for the signature of those who were prevented from at tending the Electing by the flood in the Hunter and tit her causes. We expect a favourable reply to tbo memorial and shall feel gratified in hearing of the success and progress of this institution, which having been formed asfarback as tho year 1632, may claim a place as ...

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