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A Splendid Mansion. VILLA ALBA. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

A Splendid Mansion. "Villa Alba. At Kow, is the residence of Mr. W. Groenlaw, general Tnanager of the Colonial Bank of Austral asia, and one-of Victoria's essentially representative inen. Arriving in the colony over 30 years ago, Mr. Greenlaw had little capital other than indomitable Scotch perseverance, keen foresight, and a determi nation to bo ever pushing onward. Hp is now the proprietor of a handsome ^mansion at Kow, which was rooontly viewed by one of our representatives by permission of its owner. The following description of the interior of the house, as well as its exterior surroundings, will bo acceptable to all who take an interest in the decoration of house property. The fjrounds are about an acre and a half in extent, and n f?*ont of the house arc tastefully-arranged flower beds, the whole ."forming ••• a very.. pretty design'of ' landsciipo gardening.wQn the left* is stlui conscrva •fcory,• which was designed by. Mr. Greenlaw, who Sr. fact acted a- his own architect lo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Anno[?]ments of Concerts, Balls, Entortainments, Moo[?] Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be inserted without charge. FRIDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

gocietij, Forthcoming Events. AnnrmnoomoittM of Onnooi'tn, llnlln, UrilortulimmomIh, MooMobm, JJumiai'H, mul Jjjchlbltloiw, will bo liiHUi'tuil without olmi'tfO, ITm bay, Jun:r 110, Lecture,—Dr. Taylor, Athonroum. Ball.—Mrs, T. K. Bonnott's ball at "Windsor. SATURDAY, JUNE 27. Musical,—Concert by Horr Kruso at Molbourno Town Hal.1. Theatres.—Oder A House ; "The Squatter." Bnrou Theatre! " Marltana." Theatre Boy at, s " Ha - Flllo du Tambour Ma,|or." Nueciet Titi-iA'iMtJij i Christy's Aorlal Boautlos. St. George's Ham, s Hmorson's Minstrels. Monday, June 20. MusiCAL.—Conoort, Metropolitan Llodortafol. Tons DAY, JUNE iiO, Must oat,.—Concert Metropolitan Llodortafol, Town Hall. Ball—Glvon by tlio Mayor oJ! Richmond. Richmond Town Hall. "Wednesday, July 1. Musical.—Oonoort by Horr Kruso, at Molbouimo Town Hall. Concort, Catholic "Young Mon's Association, Athonroum. Theatrical..— Amatour Thoatrlcal Porformanoo : " Bohomlans," at Tomporanoo Hall, Thursday, July 2. Social.—Annual Social; A...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The King of Advertising Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Thq King of Advertising Agents. Mil.' AXiTikut MAtromis, our advertising agent., . deserves great orodit for tho aeal ho lias displayed in 'obtaining; advertisements for this journal. Tho success \vhicli lias attended his efforts may bo cstiiuatod on Iroferenoe to our advertising columns, which already* contain advertisements to the value of £700 for tho first quarter.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Entertainments. A OoNOKKT wna givau, undor the aitaplcoa of tlio South Yrvrrn Tonuia Olub, on Monday laab at tho South YaVra Town Hall. Thoro waa a largo audlonoo, com posed of tho dlito of ,that faaliionahlo suburb. Mr. Oamoron sang two songs with taato and expression, and was dosorvodly applauded, Mr. 0. "VY. Miloa of tho Grammar'School sang a comic song 'For Ever' adding spoolal vorsos with sucoosa. Tho offorta also of tho Modlcal School Gloo Olub woro also woll rocclvod. Haydlna Toy symphony was a ploaalng porL'ormanco, and much is duo to Mr. Ernest King for his duties as conductor and for arranging tho samo, Tho entertain ment concluded with the highly diverting farce ' Taming a Tiger' in which Mr. Miles and Mr. J. Laury and Mr. L. S. Parlcos, all of tho Grammar school, worked hard and successfully. Mr. Bobortson proved himsolf a slngor with a good voioo and oxprosslon, his efforts boing ' Tho Quoon of tho Earth' and Skipper.' Miss Howard acted as accompanist. Wo understand tha...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Fashionable Marriages. Batinet—Mabics,—A fashionable wedding took placo nt tho Sydnoy Synagogue on Tuesday, the 10th inst., wlion Mr. Nahum Barnet, architect, of Melbourne, was married to Miss Adah llosc Marks, niece to Mrs. Hoffnung, who sont out tho whole of the tronnaan from London as a wedding gift. Long be fore tho hour appointed for the ceremony a number of persons, both guests and spectator's, filled tho seats of tho beautiful building. Tho briclo's magnifi cent costume consisted of a petticoat of the richost wliitq satin, trimmed with flounces of deey lace, and a train of splendid white brocaded velvet. Tho bodice, which was high, was of satin, and a plain white tulle veil foil over a wreath of the usual wedding flowers. It is said to be one of tho handsomest wedding drosses ever worn in Sydney, and was also given by Mrs. Hoff nung. The bride herself, who was really a voiy beauti ful girl, was led to the altar by her betrothed, and was followed by six young lady bridesmaids,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Small and Earlies. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Small and Earlies. Hirtoiiv doos not givo us tbo immo of tbo man, or woman, as fclio oaso may bo, who first Invontod " suiall-and-oarlios." It may have,boon Sooratos on tho orio hand, or tho mofhor ol! tho Graoohi, tlio typical Boman matron, on tbo otbor. But it is 110110 tbo loss truo that, whoever sho or bo was, tlioy dosorvo as muob credit as tlio gallant officer) who first introduood tlio 'bounties-of lawn tonnis to tho pooplo of England. "That graoofnl gamo baa boon sinoo rooogrtisod, all tbo wo rid ovor, ns tbo bbsip medium for tbo practioo of atblotios and flirtation oombinod, and tbo inventor lias boon socially oanonisod accordingly. Tboro is sonrooly ■ a young woman in tbo British Empire,-'' from tbo " sbiros" to1 tbo iippor provineos of India, from South Africa to any pnrt of .Australia, wbo , does not, inoro or loss, worship at tbo sbrino of tonnis, and tboro is soarooly a young man wlio doos not follow hor oxamplo. It is, in abort parlanco, a " jolly gamo," and host of a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Peculiar Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Peculiar Literature. It has boon dooidod by tho prosont Govornmont of Yiotoria to ask Parliament to talco .such stops as ay ill onablo tbo jtidgos of tho Supt'omo Court to prohibit tho publication of ' unsavory ovidonco in divorco nnd othor cognato cnsos. AY both or or not tho judges liavo tho .power to do so at prosont, is a dobatablo point, bub thora can bo no doubt that it is highly dosirablo thoy should havo it. Thoro "is no occasion to rush into hystorical pioty in con noation Avith such subjoots. Neither is thoro any roason to sit in tho chair of tho Consor, Thoro liavo ahvays boon those AA'ho like to road this poouliar class of light literature. Tho idiosyncrasy that onjoys it exists noAV, and AYill continue to exist so long as human nature has its moral ocoontrioitios. But thoi'e is no good roason Avliy tho woaknoss should bo oncouragod in tho Avay it has undoubtedly boon. Thoro is no nood to .par ticularise offonders. Tho London Times out Iloroded Ilorod in its details of t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Speoial Notioe. 'J?1114 ICdltor ronpootfully rorpioHbM tluit Hi.ank tnvltiitlon ourflM of wuddlngH unit othor hooIiiI ovontM limy lit) mint to Uia olllon of 'l.'A ltr.14 TAI.K, 12(1 HiihhoI bHtrobt, Thin Im iilwnyM doHlrubln til ordor In uiihiii'o iioouriioy, ; Vv , To Correspondents. T/HT'i'MliH onil onnuuuuloriblnuN Intoudod for luMnrblon In TAlii,11 TA l,l< Hliould lio liddro.ixod to—Tim EblTou, OontrlbUtloiiH ,do-. ollnod1 oiiuunb us n riilo lio roturiiod I 1iut Hl.UI. uvofy roiiHniiiiblo yoquoHt ln.thut nmpoob will bo otirofully nttoudod to, . ' Xo uotlou oiui 1io tukou nf lUinnynuuiH uoinnuniloiitloim, Tlio uiuuo nndudilroxx of bbo wrltor inmtb bo glvon, though .not noooMHiivy for. puhlluiittun, , , , • , ■ ./ Notioe to Subscribers. Tiim following nro tbo HitbHorlptlon niton for TAni,i4.T,w,K In oludiug poHtngo to liny part of Vlotorln, or to any of tbo ooIoiiIom i— . Tbo Tour • : .. ,. .. 1 i. Mm. Od. Six AlontbH ., .. .. . .. ■ . . aM. Ort, , OutHldo tbo ooIoiiIom...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Visits to Melbourne Studios. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Visits to Melbourne Studios. Mil. DowiiiKG, who ia still away from town, lma sovoval works awaiting his finishing brush. A large sized portrait of a lady reclining on a rustic garden seat is painted in this artist's well known vigorous stylo, and with perhaps more than his usual dolicacy of tone, es pecially in the flesh tints. Tho oroam draperios are softly paintod, and some blue larkspurs skotehily intro duced in tho background contrast harmoniously. Another unfinished picture, entitled St. Valentino's Day, is a domestic intorior. Two young girls are perusing with groat delight a message from Oupid evi dently just rocoivod. The attitudes are good, while a window just behind tho figures concentrates the light on tho girl who is presumably tho fortunate recipient An old woman busy at the firoplaee, and a man enjoy ing a foaming tankard soated besides 'her, seoms to have but little interest in anything but creature comforts, their day being evidently long past for " Love's young drea...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Tea Table Talk. My friends havo gathorod round my libblo boa-bub1o in groat numbers this lttHb week j tho (Irat Inbroduo felon bo conversation bo lug, ol! oourao, tho woathor, for oaoh ono on first sitting down glvoa oxproaaloh Co hor thoughts and foollugs about bho cold, AmitTTrsn bhab oold la houlbhy and Invigorating, lb certainly bukos tip a good doal of blmo gobbing warm; bub kooplng so la alao bo bo bakon Into ooualdorublon. So oomforb suggosba Ibaoll! In making uao of all aorba ol! warm clothing, and ono main faobor towards this la fur, Txru Indian approolaboa aablo and buffalo aklna, bbo nabivoa of tho Norbh Pacific almoab olobbo febom aolvos In obbov, and bbo Norbb American native likes, bbo ormlno. 3?or bho woarlng of aklna la bho mark of bobh primitive and olvlllaod human naburo, and bboroforo ono aooa lb la nob only women of fashion who know bbo valuo of furs, Vory llbblo la known about furs, wliobhor feboy are roal or 'Imitation, and bboro is a vory groat doal of bbo lat...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Passenger List. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Passenger List. JPnoracn'MJ) Djopaji'i1 mim '.IMia following purdnn* havo ongngod pnaimgoii Hoi* .IJngland and olaowluiro ilurln« tltcj riaat wook i I'm' I'onluHulnr uud'Oi'lnubnlStoumaidp Oompnny'a, ' iH.h. 11 Itonu)," to Iouyo Sydney 6ti bth July. Tor TjOMiIoii.——Alrl'l?, V. ftucdd,'Afoadninos Tnrrand » (3), Al.laaoa Turrnnd (3), Id', AV. At. Uorrudallu, I'or TuolHu mull atouiualdp " X.oUuuUa," louring ■ .< Syduoy. on thu Ifltli July. Mr. AV, H. 'I'uvorlll, iron. K. TlUguruld, At cm,' Billing nud am., and Air, J, A. lluuorrou. Ate, uiul Atra, II, H, Kbt'iuut'o, '.I'lui following poraona liavo ongngod puaaugoa by bliu a,a, " Tdgucla." to loavo Syduoy ou -ltd July i ' Tor Loudon,—AC fa, :U, Smith uud uhlld, Atr. Soulthorpo, Tor a,a, " Llgurlu," leaving Atulbouruo on 10th July, Tor London.-—Alt', Wood. Atr, CI. A. 'I'lmtohar, Tor Tnoldo inull Htuuuiflr " JJuhuidlu," to Uuvvo Syduoy on 10th July, Tor Sun Trnnolaoo,—-Atr. and Atl'ii, CI. It, Soi'ouold. Atr, J, \V, Tjyou, ami...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Bye-laws Martyr. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

A Bye-laws Martyr. So Mr.-Bowie did not attain the wreath of a martyr after all, A little martyrdom seems to go avory long way with this noisy zealot, and although in the first in stanoo he struok the attitude of a man who was going to ho burned at the stake, yet a few weeks in gaol cooled hiB ardor, and the whole affair has ended in a miserable | " fizzle." No doubt, to the minds of his followers, this man has played a noble and heroic part, and no amount of weakness can alter their opinion of his charaoter ; and as those who are not Dowieitae never had any j opinion regarding either his professions or abilities, his throwing up the sponge can have little or no effect. His ! sufferings in gaol may bo a good subject to agonise upon J with a view of receiving greater favor at the hands of his admirers, and this is the most valuable consequence which will flow from his incarceration. There is, un happily, a class of people who like a minister of the Gospel to defy all human institutio...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hobart Liedertafel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

wm Hobart Liedertafel. tK inaugural oonoort o:C tho Hobarb Idodorbafol '''*\yj|ftglvon in tho looul Town Hall on tho 21st tilt. closely paokod audtoiiuo, who assomblod by atloii — tho oards boarlng tho roquost that tag dross should bo worn, Hvorybody of unto thoro, and tlio assemblage nuraborod 800. Tho singing was voi'y orod liable 1'or a " first ap ;anoo," and tho solol, oonsidorlng that thoy woro all l>y amatours, wore fairly exocutod. Two piano rt'tots—a limit ■maiwK, and a (luo-oonoovtanto 2>our In <w—k qwartvo tnaiws from " Q uillamio Toll," made ;tho programmo. Tho oonduotor of tho Society 'iViiBfir Ir, M A. Packer, who is an organist and oomposor own throughout tiio oolonlos. Tho ladlos who sang jp Mrs. Arthur Watohorso and Mm. Goorgo Huston, tho pianistos woro Mrs. Arthur Ciibbln, Mrs. Huston, \ tho Missos Hunter, Moronco Soott, and Mablo Tho society is to bo concluotocl on tho samo ' 11 ribs as tho Molboui-no Liodortafol and tho Metropolitan ' lortafol, an...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
English Theatrical Items. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

i English Theatrical Items. At fcho PiinooHs's Tlioatro, Loudon, Mr,. ,< ifhlson Burrott has wlsoly yoburnod to \ ludora melodrama an tho staple atbruo« ,, on. No doubt thnb stupendous failure; ,on'l Lytton's 11 JiniiuH," has taught, Mr. <!»,j liiiTHbb to bo aural!id what lio produces In Ito way of pootloal plays, Again, at this . d ouso, "Tho Bil'vorKing" hasbooh revived1 A ritii all its formor huooosm, and Is llkoiy to fflHolcl tha "boards" :l!or somo time to como,' tor this a revival of C+, B. Sims' " Lights London" is announood, to bo' followed ■Mgy a now play, tlio hiutio of whichluis not ,K*ot transpired. 1 i Mb. OliMmmnt Scjott lias written to ui Thilly Nun.w to. stato that his name ■as moutlonod; in ooiinoobion wlbli 'tho uthovship of "Had Boys" without ids lonsont, and tiiat tho credit oi'adapting ho play in duo to others as much as him olf, Bad tho ptooo mot with the on ti ro pproval of tho orlties probably Mr. Boobt on id have poolcotod his modesty (...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Science and the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Science and the Bible. The old controversy bo two on Science and tlio Blblo is starting on its rounds again, and, as usual, a flood of! light is bolng thrown on tho subjoot by tlio eorros Ijondonts of tho newspapers. Ona gontloman writing to tho Age, outs tho Gordian knot in a way that must prove satisfactory to all parties intorostod. Ho thus romovos tho dlfllculty as to tho story of tho oroation : " By regarding tho account as a literal ono and tho days natural ones, tho sanction of tho Sabbath is pre served in all its foroo, to tliaso unacquainted with geology, and rotninod symbolically by those acquainted with it." This is an idea wbiolToomes nearer to what ho has boon searching after for tho last thirty years than anything he has soon, and it seems to him to " clear*away many formidable difficulties that besot all othor systems, and to lcavo tho saerod record standing in its sublimo simplicity and litorality. Further, tho symbolic principlo gives suoh a liborty of interpreta ti...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sydney Liedertafel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Sydney Uedertafel. him last Llodortafol oonoorb In Sydhay was (owing |tho Inolomotioy of tho woathor) not so wall attandod jib dosorvod. Undor tho able aonduatorship; of Horr fgrioh tho sooloby lifis nutt'lo rapid strides, and this last iaoi'b was, us nil tho abhors hava boon, a decided lm-' Svomout upon lbs pradooossors. Tho gom of tho ovon waa undoubtedly tho oouoortod ploao in 13 (lab, by blhovon, which Horr Vogrloh accompanied on tho luo. It was a'musical tronb raroly to bo hoard in jfchioy, and was rondorad with a1 skill and 'finish so deed that it oxol tod rounds of appiauso, Madamo fefi'lch, woll known as Miss Alloo lloos, sang two tabors. Blio was in oxoollonb voloo, and aoquibtod /soil! admirably, B.ho woro a vory handsome whlto costume, with a yory long and full train, and tho itlonut was ornamontod with tassols of gold-silk. Tho Bob of tho oonoorb was marred by tho fact that num fs of pooplo loft early, in tho vain hopo, as.it aftor rds turned out, to gob a aab or somo mo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Auckland Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Auckland Choral Society. The Auckland Choral Society's third acmcort oC the Sanson was hold on Tuesday, lGtlx ,ult. Tlio work soloctod for iroil'ormnnco was Mondalssohn's " St. Paxil," and the Choral Hall was crowded, as usual, by an expectant and fashionable audience. The singers comprised':—01 sopranos, 20 contraltos, 21 tonors, ami 85 baritones and basses, whilo tlio orchestra numbered 87 instruments, tlio grand' total thus reaching ltd 'voiaos and instruments. It is almost needless to say that the performance) was a complete success, and much of this success is undoubtedly duo to tlio ability and energy of the conductor, Horr Carl Schmidt. The soprano solos woro tastofully rendered by Mrs, Upton and Mrs; Judson, whilo Dr. Oobbett and Mr. Burnhnm with the tenor solos; and Messrs. Taylor and Stuart with the bass solos, acquitted themselves very credita bly. Without exaggeration, it may be said that these concerts cannot bo excelled in New Zealand, and those who attonded the one on...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Latest Thing in Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

The Latest Thing in Advertising. The age wo livo in is a much-advortiscd one, and the mania appears to bo on the inoroaso. Every portion of available space, from the immense placard boards in Swanston-strcct down to the melancholy "sandwich" men, who eke out an existence by wandering around the principal thoroughfaros between two boards, on whioh are chronicled the glories of Jonos's toa, or Brown's tobacco, is being rapidly devoured by rapacious trades men 5 and all the ordinary channels are approaching a stage of repletion. Under these oiroumstanoes it is natural that some daring innovator should come to the front with a new and ingenious design for relieving the strain, and opening up another wide sphere of action for the lovers of publicity. The proposal is to " sand wich" the telegraph poles at the height of eight feet from the ground with ornamental boards, the beauty of whioh is'to be further enhanced by bills and posters, or painted inscriptions. The originator of the idoa i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Metropolitan Liedertafel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

The Metropolitan Liedertafel. PS m Tum inotuboi'H of bills society gave their looth cc,e oorb last Monday night in blio Town Hull, ||; Jilxoollonoy the Governor and Lady Loch wore | aonb, aa well aa tiio Mayor of Melbourne and mMl. of blio Minlatora, and an audlonoo which filled tl, capacity of blio Town Hall to Iba utmost Aiiiongab blio Invited guests wore Sir P. A, Jonnliij ■and Mr. Hugh aoorgo, blio proaldonb and vlcu-ime clonb of tho Sydnoy Llodorbhfol, who catno oapoclnii, to attend the ovont and tho celebration which (<| lowed lb on Tuesday night in blio Ablioiuuum .1 [n-;' Those who havo followed tho forbimoa of tlda HodttJ ahioo iba early buglnnlnga, and havo aeon how fiirfepl ambition, musical and social, liaa advanced It, well understand the fooling which brought Logotlisli;: ao groat an audlonoo. Tho members of blio cliolr wtJ In great force, and well filled tho oliolr aoata, wltlutp addition of numbers of boya'trained for tlila occiihI'J by Mr. G. Groonwood, b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Model Nurse. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

A Model Nurse. |i S ltAUMfl oil Salvoy CI amp I What Is tho profoafdon of nurnas oomhig to In those lattor days'/ A talon tud mambor of tho i'ratornlty mado Ivor nppoarnnoo In court rooontly as plaintiff In a anno In wlvlali, Hho olultnud tho amount of . hor professional oliargo for attendants on a lady. Tlib clafonoa was itvoro novul than polite Tlvo clal'ondhTitrollUHod to pay on tho ground that tha nut'HO -was "a low, beastly blackguard, and was not (It to attond on a I It tor of pigs." Wliothbr tho bonoh on dorsod tills vloSv or notw'o.do not know, but tho i'onmlu whoso ohnraotor was so sovoroly rollootod on did not obtain a vbrdlot, <

Publication Title: Table Talk
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