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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

' SUIPMXU iKTEIiL1»GNCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. 'September 10 ? Monarch, from SyJaey. Su|iuuiiiMr l«.— ».s. Wellington, 150 tons, Capt. R. Tnplin, from Sydney. 1'iuuicngera— Mrs. Wond 'luiuls, and 2 for the Bellinger. Cargo —30 tons ?poncral merchandise for Port, and 20 tons for the Bellinger. nupuinuer vu. — ]-.«. Ayou, 12 5 tons, (Japtain J 3?icbnl(on, from the Bellinger. Sentemlter 21.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Capt. Taplin, from Sydney. IVseiiRers— M rs. McLaren, ?ami Messrs. McLaren-Mid Wailburg, mid two in the -steerage. Cargo— 20 tons for l'ort Macijuarie, and :20 fcomior the Bellinger River. 'DEi'AurniiER. Sdplnniber 17. — p.a. Avon, )25 tons, Captain J. .'Kioliolson, for the Bellinger. * September 17. — Kinprcss of India, 'for Syducy. : September 17. — Victoria, for Sydney. September 17. — -5 corona Davis, for Syducy. ?'Si-pteuibor 17. — Julia, for Sydney. . September 18. — Emily Ann, for Sy3ney. September 18.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Cap 'tain R. Taplin, forSyflncy...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

STAK HOTEL, HOB.TON-STREET, Port Macquarie. * J. M'DONNOUCH, . PROPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is replete with every jnoderu cou vt-nience. The Bodrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS. K2* COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, 4c., Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. 7ate Sros/ Agency fi Tr&ding Company, (JAmiled.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under tbe Companies Act, .17 Vic. No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AND AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. JOHN TATE } 3lASAGI-° Dhhmwiib. Consignments of GRAIN, FARM PRO DUCE, and LIVE STOCK rpoeived, t and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. Auction Sales conducted twice each week at their rooms, Sussex-street ; every day (ex cept Saturday, atDarlinp Harbour; Tuesdays and Fridays at Corporation Yards ; Wednes days and...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

Port Mncnimric Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forstcr & Co quote— Maize, 3s ; li.irlcy, 4s to 4s Gd ; oats, seed 3s to 3s (id ; wheat, Tts 9d to 4s Gd : potatoes, 4s -M to Gs, early rose 9s tolls; onions, 8s fid to !)r 6d ; tallow, I7s to 20s ; oaten hay, 7s to 8s ; chaff, Gs to Gs Gd ; lucerne hay, 6s to 7« 6d ; fowls, 3s to 3s 9d : ducks, 4s to Gs till : geese, 5s to 6s : turkeys, cocks 9s to 14s, hens -in to Ss RA ; hides, 2d to 3d ; cheese, 4d to ud ; lucon, Gd to Sri ; hams, 9d to lOd ;pigs,2Jd to3Jd : ?eggs, Ail to 1 Id ; sheepskins. 2Jil to 4jd : beeswax , M to Is ; wattle bark, -Jus to 50s, chopped SOs to 100s : bran. Is Cd to Is 9J ; fat sheep, 10s to I2s, store 69 to 8s.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 Sfdncj^ Market*. * [Bv Electric Telegraph.} & ? Friday. Mr. F. L. Barkerquotcs — Hides — ttio market is ?-without Alteration, shippers operating up to 2gd for fair conditioned, local tanners, however, competed freely for the better 'descriptions, and HJil wae paid in several instances for heavies. One or two lines -brought this figure,' but eloppy srtrts sold as low as 2{d, (iAniagcd Idto2d. M&rsupnlsicinB — kangaroo, extra large 70p* to 90s. exceptional lots to 100s, large 48s to G5s, medium 25s to 44s, small 12s to 24s, verywnall 3s to 8s, wallaby, largest to 15s, fair sizes Ss to '8s, small 2s to 4s, -goat 3s to 10s ; cat 2k to 3b, water-rat 3s, kangaroo rat 6d, bear :ls to 6s Oil, opossum, superior, 5s to 9s, good Gs to 7s Vn, lair 48 UU W OS UU, Blllitll flkUU (JUUIiy lUUUU OS fill to 4s 3d, rumped Is 0.1 to 3s, platypus 18d to 3s 'M. Maize — the arrivals during the past week iiavc ocen/ficavy, owing, no^loulit, to the improve ancnt in...

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For Ever True. Chapter IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

For Ever True. Chapter IX. How red was the reign of tlie roaes Over the rose-crowned land. Niglit had fallen ; outside the trees moved to and foe iu the soft breeze, and delicate Wooins drank in tUo refreshing dew, the sturs -shone out of the dark blue aky iu fullest fimjesty. The heat of the day was dead, and. -*ta uus'jiuie -liiuuit; guuincu in Birengbu aiiu ?silver light, the List of the revellers left Kip stone Hall for their homes, weary with tlie |-leascrn which had fallen to their lot. ' It Jms hesn« success ; yes, 1 really, think it has been a success. But oh ! how tired I am !' yawned Dorothy when the lost carriage had rolled away. Nancy you look as frosh as though you had just got out of lied. . They were all assembled in the hall, Sir 1 Jlimnlirptr wtfll nM.fiioliinnaii irnllnntri* in. sistinj; ou limiting the candles himself, and CHOorting his fair guests to thoir chamber doors. Nancy received his good night kiss and -ran fleetly up the stairs, leaving Dorothy, ?after sh...

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The Man with the Musket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

TJic Man -with the Musket. SuMiors ])as» ou from tliU mge offt«noWD, This nut-hill, coimiiutiuu anil strife, 1'nni liy wliuio the marlilcs aud bronzes look down Witli tlleif fimt-fluziMi gestures tif lifn, m Oil, out til tile UHllluluna tvlio l)u \ieutll till) gloom '?' Of tlie yiitviiiH cypress aud nine ; . Your man in tlie nmii uf tliu sword und tlii^pluuio, ? Hut tba mail uf tlie musket is mine. 4 I kuew him ! by all Unit ia uoble, I know This cominouplaoi! liero I titme ! I've c^uipefl Jvith him, mulched with lilm, fought with liim, too, In the swirl of the fierce battle-flame 1 Lau^lied with him, cried with iiitn, takou a pait tit bis cauteeu aud blanket, and kuou'u Thut the tliiuli (if Ilia chivulniua prairie buy'a heart Was ui anuweriiij; stroke of my own. I kuetr him, I tell you ! And also I knew Wlieu lie fell on the battle-swept ridge, That tlie pour ualtere.i body that lay thoro iu bluo U*ua«uly a plank iu the bridge Over which aoiue ahall put to a fame That shall ehiue i...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Camdea Haven Police Court. SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

Cam&en Haven Police Court. Seitkhgek 15. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., l'.M., aud Messrs. A. E. Ellis and .1. Fagau, J.'sP. Harry Robinson, of Camden Haven, was sum moned hy Constable Mahoney for using obscene language at the Ferry Inn. Ho pleaded guilty, andJk wjta uiiizu jus Mii'i vn ivu uuowj m ucinmk ht iiuuio* ~ The fine was paid. SMALL DEBTS COORT. G. P. Adkins v. Dr. G. Taylor-Claim £9. 18k 6d. Mr. Best appeared for plaintiff. Taylor put in a set off of L12 las, and objected to bo dealt with at Camdon Haven as ho resided; nearer to. Cuudletawn, 'S\\a Bench had no, jurisdiction, An unsuccessful attempt has been tno/fc to shoot the Bulgarian Minister for Finance. Mr. Dillon, M.P., has been released, from gaol on, aouount of had health,

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

SYDNEY. Weinesdiv. At the New Lambton mine rioting toot place. A thousand rioters surrounded forty policemen. Tlie Permanent Artillery, with a Nordenfeldt gun, were sent up to restore order, but their services on arrival were not required. At 5 this morning Alderman Pirth of Adamstown and Thos. Sioane were arrested on the charge ot having taken part in riotous proceedings at Lambton pit. Bail was refused to Firth and Sloane, who were remanded for one week. Thursday. Seven of the non-associated mines will be at work in a few dnys, and they will give employment to 1000 men. The Hon. J. N. Brunker, Minister for Lands, uaa re-elected for East Maitlaud yesterday unopposed. The Steamer Alameda, from 'Frisco, will arrive to-day. Tlie firemen sent on board to replace the Chinese will return as passengers. 160 men, trader Colonel Roberts and other members of the Permanent Artillery, left for Newcastle last night. In responding to the toast of bis health, Mr. Brunfrer explained the terms on w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

b ^jg - ^Mv- flff ?? JB bH : hK \b1 ' Aft' JB jUJ^Hr * ^1^ bhI fl /Hi ^^hI In tendering Ms thanks to the public of fort Macquarie and the Hastings District for their Literal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of &oods now on sale at, the West Fort Macquarie Store. No Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading: the public — everything: advertised is of reliable and sterling: quality. He is now opening a large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of the following : — Drapery. Fancy Prints, at 3d per yard Prints, at 4d, 5d, 6d, 7d, 8d, and lOd per yard Striped Zephyrs, at 4d, 6d, 9d, and Is per yard Fancy Drillettes, 7d, 8d, and 9d per yard Fancy Beagle Stripes, 6d, 7d, and 8d per yard Fancy Plates, 8d, 9d, and lOd per yard Plain Sateen, 7d, 8d, and Is per yard Printed Delaines, 83, 9d, 10d, and Is per yard Zephyr Embroideries, Gd and 8d per yard Dress Embroideries, 2s 9d per yard Irintcd Lining, Is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

INSOLVENT ESTATE OB JOHN EDWAUDS, Of Wright's Crook, Near Port Nocquarie. By order of LANCELOT T, LLOYD, Official Assigkeu, SAML. LA.TF.AM WILL BKLL on the premises ss above, tlie Household Furniture nnd Effects, on. TUESDAY, 2nd OCTOBKK, Ht U a.m.' Terms Cash,

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Dr. Grace on Modern Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

Sr. Grace onlCodcra Batting. Da. W. O. Graok ba» written for the July number of the Mtujnzinr. of Sport &U article on 'Modern Batting' which is' of considerable -interest. He agrees with the Belief that the game of cricket is pretty much in the same position to-day as it was ten or twenty years ago as far as fast bowlers are concerned. IJut there has been a great improve ment in batting; so great, iudeed, Jtjiat bowlers liavc to keep peggiug away with straight, good length balls, or make up their minds to have every thing shortjpluyed to midon or square-leg. It used to lie conifflered a fair performance to throw up half-a-dozen ?oid balls and then risk an indifferent one in the hope that the batsman would hit ont nnd give n clianffcto tho fieldsmen. But batsmen soon learned tliatirom a scoring point of view it was quite as effectivoto set well over the ball and make it travel low, and thecliaueo of being caught ont became a very small one. Bowlers slackened the pace and cult...

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The Installation of Lord Carrington as Master Mason. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

The Installation of Lord Carrington as Master Mason. Tnc installation of his Excellency Loid Carrington as Grand Master Mason of the United Grand Lodge of New South Wales took place at the Exhibition Buildings on Tuesday last. About 4000 Masons, holding the necessary rank to entitle them to be present, were in attendance, and the cere mony was one of the most magnificent pageants ever witnessed in the Southern hemisphere. The most brilliant part of the assemblage was the foreign consuls, judges, and others deputed to represent the Grand Lodges of almost every civilised State in the world. No time, trouble, or expense had been spared by the brethren of the numerous sub-committees who took charge of the different branches of the undertaking, and who had employed the best skilled artists to assist them in carrying out the plan as laid down by the ceremonial committee. The building was beautifully decorated with suit able emblems and Masonic devices, many of which were in themselves wor...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. SeotemW 10 It is expected that President Cleveland will veto the Chinese Extradition Bill, oa the ground that thn treaty entered into with China had not actually been rejected. Uhrkbuke, the Zulu relwl chief, who made common cause with Dinizulu, has yielded to British authority. Senator Sherman says America Bhould tnako overtures to Canada to establish a political and commercial union between the United States and that country. . Palmerston, in Northern Queensland, haft been created a Roman Catholic Bishopric. Cardinal Moran leaves for Sydney at the end of October. 'Plia V.MfTlicliman'c caAnnd inninm «4r Hastings closed for 175 runs. The Aus tralians want 50 runs to win the match. A Russian warship has seized a Canadian sealer in Behring Straits and fired upon Mk another. ' ™ The trial of Mrs. Gordon-Baillie lias again been postponed. English Chancery funds may be invested in colonial stocks after October 24. Arr* ngenjonts have been made for shippi...

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Civil War in Samoa. Auckland. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 September 1888

Civil War in. Samoa. Auckland. Snndav. The Apia correspondent of tbe JVmo Zealand /fr.raid, writing under date September 3rd, states that a civil war has broken out in Samoa, and that one engagement has taken place, iu which several were killed aud wounded on both sides. At the time of writing the forces were mustering in all directions, aud a deadly struggle fur supremacy was inevitable. Since the deposition and depor tation of Malictoa bv Germany ten mouths ago, and the placing 6f Tamascse in power, the two par ties have continued hostile ; but the presence of German forces has prevented any outbreak. Malietoa's party has now rebelled. For some time past a Bmall porty in Upolu has refused to pay taxes, and have openly defied the Government. They were lately increased in number, and on August 29 they had made arrangements to attack Mulinuu, but were frustrated by their plan being disclosed to Tamasese. Next day the Government sent a strong party to capture the rebels. Fight ing ens...

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Ennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

?-..?:*- Suds: i ? jj-' '. ,£ (FROM OUR C0BBEBPONDENT.1 Lectubb.— The lecture notified to lie holden in the Eonis Wesley an Ohurch was delivered on Monday -night 'Beforftthe commencement of the -lecture the 758th hymn was very Iheartily sung, the Rev. Mr. Macdade presiding at the harmoniumj after culii/tli It a aiimirran in nrnvoi* %\\r faniiafit. *\f the Rev. Mr. Lane. Mr. II. J. Perrett, of Wduchope, was then voted to the chair, and after thanking those present for conferring this favor upon him, he introduced the lecturer, the Rev. G. Lnne, President of the Wesleyan Conference, to the meeting. Mr. Lane at once gained the full attention of his audience, and, owing to his forcible and attractive style, retained the same during the whole of the time he was speaking, which was about an hour and a-half. Those who attended will have something to think and converse about for some time to come. I am sure, to say the least of fie lecture, it was most interesting, edifying, and excellently...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

SYDNEY. * Thursday. Dr. Oortis addressed his constituents at Bathurst Jast night, when a resolution, ex pressing want of confidence, was carried. Judge Mein, of Queensland, has beec sus pended because of holding an ofhco of profit under the Crown as Lietenaut-Colonel of volunteers. A bill has been passed to vali date all his judicial acts. Matterson won-the boat-race against Neil son by four lengths. It is reported that the. Greta and West Wallseud collieries intend joining the Associa tion. The Municipal Association unanimously decided that the country and suburban muni cipal councils do not obtain a fair proportion of endowment from the public treasury. Mr. Abigail, Minister for Works, proceeds to Junes on Wednesday. Friday. Some important proposals will be sub mitted to the miners' delegates to-day, which, it is believed, will be accepted, and lead to tlie beginning of the end of the strike. The Hon. James White's Ensign has come well forward for the Melbourne Cup. A number of mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

? ?: ? ..?? , v,''.' '??' ? ? f i ilia MafciiaaSs 4f fort lacpane i:;b taut. ' ' ? SUJWGUNJMm DISTRICTS. W, A. FORSTER & CO. ♦ KJKJI toTtrrrKK tfiamcb to tlw UiliaJ»5taot« Of JE5 'fort M«aj«»ji*!isni4*lieSinrooiiVKo^ Dititrcct for tlieii'Tilieia! support *m«i* tin? altort turn- thny BrAvy Ik??k i-i luiMiir.«, -''-? «elieitac«iitfciauioe»Sf fj-«-nnie; -ami tag *» iufarm their fiwuAn mai «tt;ipurtei«ttiatsiiy«ooiMav. filocK -stru«tod to their cure vil! «a.i« thufr wipoKtf.jtenraxwK. * «'. A. f . & Co. j^pase Mhliug * lU&Vm&Y SAXES -Ofill «1r«eriptioim of UTKATORK KtiJrcir jotIs, ? J'out .M»o,i!i'*jjre4ViH-i;oj}ilic*Uirt, Thursday ill ' vac!) month, 5em'«iiiu-clMg*onTLur«1:iy, tlw 2Gth day of A,i)ril,nt II^S0»Jn. By this uuans owners of stoit u Im intend -sending Uieh- upases, ciftfuz. Mc;s, Si;., f«r HtAe will fcaVe an jgbiortuuity of laving' flic subc }w»|wi!y EdreitKedrftij giving us timely iii.tic .') so Slut Ulcers may Sie iu .alteudmucc on hJi: day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

General Post Office, Sydney, 8th September, 1888. mENW.RS FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF JL MAILS to and from Coopernook and Harrington, via Cattai Creek, twice a week. will lie received at this office up to noon on Tuesday, the 23rd proximo. Each tender must lie signed in the presence of a Magistrate or a Postmaster. For full particulars see Government Gazette, a file of which is kept at every Post Office in the Colony. CHABLKS J. ROBERTS. SHOPPING BY POST. OKVOTNE HODSKI1OLU AND FAMILY DRAPERY. Heads of Families, Householders, Squatters and Hotelkecpers requiring these goods should send for Samples and List of Prices. Our Drapery is the best and most reliable imported into the Colony, anil residents in the interior will find our Qualities and Piiccs hear favorable comparison with those obtainable else where. We send all purchases at £2 and upwards, car riage paid, to any Riilnay Station or Seaport in the Colony. DAVID JOKES & COMPANY, OPPOSITE GENERAL POST OFFICE, SYDNEY. The Celeb...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

Local and General XTewa. PitOTECTiON Lragdi;. — Some good many months iijro a branch of this league was formed in Port Mac.qun.rie ; and it started with bright prospects of becoming vrry strong, liut owing to misiimiin^iiient the interest taken in it gradually censed. in which a branch of tlie protection league would bo largely supported, a meeting was 'held at the Star Hotel, Port Macquarie, for tlio purpose of forming oii«. The Mayor, Air. Jas. Mclnlierny, J.P., oecupind the chair, and briolly cxplaitu-d tlio object for which' they had met. Mr. A. Jennings moved, and Mr. Gaul seconded, that a league Ik! formed, which was carried. The subscrip tion was fixed ntone shilling per month, on the motion of Mr. W. A. Spence, seconded by Mr. J. Hilihnrd, sonr. The election of officers wns then proceeded with, and the following gentlemen were elected : — Presi- dent, Mr, Hilibard and Mr. Gau! were nominated; but ns Mr. Gaul withdrew ? -'tlio former gentleman wns declared ?duly elected ; vic...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER. X. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

For Ever True. Chapter X. Out of the day and night A joy lias taken flight, Fresh spring, aud summer, aud winter hour. Move my faint heart with grief, but with delight, ?No more— oh .' tierar more. A whole long day lias gone, twenty-four of tht! long forty-eight hours which must expire Iknfnri iijtrrv'R \nvt» tvmld Iwno f.n kha him again. It has been a very long day, aud so Nancy coufessed to herself as she came slowly downstairs the moruiug after. Everyone seemed to be unsettled and out of'borls, except Mrs. Darnley, who, despite the illness which she professed had prevented Jjer from attending to her business, still inauagod to cujoy the summer sunshine in her own peculiar chilly way. Dorothy was undoubtedly out of temper, and poor Lord Meroficld was almost worn to the verge of exasperation by the Honourable Ella's attention. ' To Nancy's intense delight Mr. Crawshaw had taken himself off to the manor-house before she had left her room, and following Derry 's ?example, it was give...

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