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Tales and Sketches. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT; OR, THE FISH OUT OF WATER. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

Culm UB&.'.ifofclfrs;. LOVE- 'AT 'FIRST SIGPIT;,./ O-B, TH.E: PISH OUT OF YTATEtH.,. , .' ? ' Chapter I. . ? -? ? ' -? P.&uLvPiMi?'ERN'Ei..was, a graduate 'of,1 St. John's College,. Cambridge. .' H.e,\vasrabout twenty; -two years-.of' age;,, was formal and reserved im manner,- and--,of a severely studious turn of mind, notwithstanding, he liad. every ihduceme.nts.-to be what is called '-anon-reading man.' for his 'Exchequer ?was in a roost flourishing1 condition,; -his,- father — -a, land agent and auctioneer. in the east oCJEngland, who had.risen from small beginnings -to a- state of. considerable affluence — having ^died but a short-time, before his son's departure for the University ,,-an'd left'hirivin 'the-uncontrolled posses sion of the greater, part- of! his -.property. , Having been devoted,- ever since, lie, ''could ..remember, , to the. study of mathematics — a taste- which the. elder- Pimpernel had. dili gently, fostered-) in the hope that his- .only\,chil...

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DEPRESSION IN ST. PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

/?DEPRESSION 'IN ST. PETERSBURG. \A.' letter- -written at St. Petersburg, of -December 6th, describes the depression in that city.' - The-writer says it is only now' people begin to think that the Russian arniiey are not always invincible, and the peasants cannot recover their astonishment. The Vo'si Ampt C 'alette, ,in a .letter from Vienna of the 2nd, says Halim Pasha has arrivedat Ezeroum, where troops are being. collected, by the Turkish Government.

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Original Poetry. THE GAMES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

'';;.;.v'''^(!i)Hgmnl |tofnj.. '? ? ,''' ?'.' THE GAMES OF LIFE. ' ' The littlo miss, at thieo ycar-« old, - , _' ' ? '' '' ' Plnys'trilb her doll and prattles; . ? '' ?' '-. :--t.'-. The'little master, stout and bold, ' ,. ?' ??*? ?:\_ ? t l'lays with his drums anJ Kitties. « ; , ? ,' The boy, detesting musty books, - . .' ''.,'' ' - Loves romping with the lusses ; !'- -' And mis* grows older, studies Io»k3i ' ' ' ?'' And plays with looking glasses, ., ' . , ' ?? ? 'Jlie jolly topor, fond oi lun,. . ? - '? . . , ,.' * ' Ulays'-irith his friend') at^drinliingj.^ - ; ' ? . . ,, , 9'hc spor.swan plays -with dog und gua, , ','..'' ? ''' ? 'An'l vi-e incnplny-at' thinking. ? ? ??? '^ Tln- buanty. full of liaughty alrs, '-,-'' - . .-? ?,? ' When young, plays ut tormenting.;- -. ^ r, ', B?t wrinkled, tuvns to other uaresr | , ' And Sports at last rupenting. ' . * Wretched from solf-created woe, ? ''?j '???' The miser's game is hoarding ; '*','', ; - ' m ' 33a;-e? to meut his country's toe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

Wollongong. '.. ' JOHNSON'S (late black swan) FAMILY HOTEL. PARTIES patronizing the above Hotel are assured of finding GOOD AND CLEAN BEDS, first-class Wines, Spirits, and Beers ; attention, civility, and. comfort, with moderate charges. LUNCHEON DAILY AT ONE. N.B.— Good Saddle Horses for Hire. 4S2 Kiama Hotel. MR. J. MAXWELL, begs leave to announce to his friends and the public, that lie he has obtained a license for Mr. Car ruthers' new house, -Kiama, as a Hotel, where he intends to pro vide accommodations of the best description for travellers and -others -who inay .patronise him. Every endeavour will be made to .niuke it one -of the best houses in the district. Best Wines and Beers, always on hand. Good stabling provided. ? ? N.Bi— Luncheon on steamer and Court day?. JOHN MAXWELL, 590 , , Kiama. ? '' . ? law. MR. ROGERS, duly admitted an 'Attorney, -Solicitor, and Procter, of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and for nearly three years past. Conveyancing and Equity Clerk in ...

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MORE FIGHTING IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

MORE FIGHTING IN THE CRIMEA. The following1 despatch respecting an affair at Baga - -'Orkousta Skrada is as received by the French Minister ol ? 'War from General Pellissier : — 'Sebastopol, 8th December- — Between :' 2000 and ?3000 infantry and 4000 and 5000 cavalry have attacked Baga Ookousta Skrada. After an hour's sharp firing the '?enemy beat a retreat, leaving in our hands about thirty '?prisoners, of whom two are officers, besides killed:, and ?wounded, the number of whom. is. unknown .at _ present.. .-.O«r loss is insignificant.' Baga Orkousta Scrala are three villages situated -at^lio eastern extremity of -ihe valley of Ba-idur, and to;the-ekr' treme aight of the French position as -wtell as that of the, allied-army.. Our allies are posted very strongly here, and there reserves are close at hand. ? , ,'- - . f ' _ . ? i

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European News. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

' ?' ;? ;\ ? ^ xfejMitt Mmn -? K * ?' By the arrival. at .Melbourne of the 'Walmer 'Castle, ? ?.'?f.OEai-r of - Sefton, and' Oliver '.Lang, we have news from i''-'-.::.-l£ui-ope to the 7th January. 'We -extract the ? following r.! 7- items of intelligence' '.from the Melbourne and Sydney ? . - ,! papers :— - ' *'- '-: ' '\ ? PROGRESS OF THE WAR. SURRENDER OF KA-R5.— 5,-000 -PJIISONE'RS -TAKES. - ''..'- '-' ? - ? Ezeroun, December 11. ' Our- firstaiews- of ?'.the probable falling of Kars readied ??xis through' that fine 'oia-'soldier, Gen. Kimetti, riding in ', ' '-hot. haste to reach this: (Ezerouiv) on the afternoon of the - ..? :-28th ult. -The 'intelligence -lie brought simply amounted to this1: that -the provisions being all but exhausted, ? {.-General -Williams had- sent his aide-de-camp, Major Teas ? dale, to' Mouravieff to propose the opening -of negotiations. TJiey were as'-'follows \ — -That all non-combatants should ? lie allowed'to leave.; that private property should -be...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH. ?Marseilt.es, Sunday, {January loth. — The Lon'gsor, which arrived this- day /from Constantinople,' brings the ?'following news: — ' \. ' [ '' - 'v ' '' '' ?-».,.?„ ?- 'x .M'arshal Pellissier-does-«o^Ieave,'tlie'Cnmea.;' ~ . . - ''No ship of war was l'^st in tbb-late^s.torm. ' ' ' ' * , ?Omar Pacha had arrived at Batonm. 'His replacement' was 'discussed but decided to be impossible.. 'G-eneral Martrampewill hold his place in Paris. 'There-.had been a thaw a Sabactopol. , The Russians had increased their' fortifications 'oyer ?Jnkerman and have unmasked their5 batteries on- the -left of the Tchernaya. , . ? - ',''':' The army wiien near Kutais, was' for two 'days without ?supplies, on account of , the overflow of the, rivers. .,? ..' Seventy ships are loading at ? Constantinople -with -isap- ;.plies and -munitions of war. ' ' ' ', ':-'',:'-? : s': ^ News received at? Constantinople' from the 'Turkish Mivi-, sion, -under Sel-im Pacha, which had been sent o...

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ANOTHER VICTORY BY OMAR PACHA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

'AXOTHER-VKStG-UY BY OMAR, PACHA. -vMahshilles, ^December It*, — Ly advice from Constan-# tinople, just received, we learn, that after a battle,' Omar Pacha had taken possession of Khoni, which is five' 'and' a half' leagues from Kutais. He found at the place 1200 furs. He had pushed on to the banks -jof the Rion, and had made preparations td attack Kutuis.

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

? ?' ;CimMrruil Saftliigjiat . : '-SYDXBY MARKETS 1 ' ?SAIUBDAY EVKXING, i]4 O'CLOCK. . - £ ,s. d. ?£., s. d . ? ' -Flour ... ? ... - . ... ... 20 0 0 to 20 0,0 ?Wheat, per bushel ... ' .... O^SrO- 0 9. 0 ' ' Maize (advancing) :.. ' ... 0 3 '9- ? *0'4 0' 'Oats (Scotch) ... - ' -, ? ,--0 -4 --O ' '.O'*o,0 Ba-ley. . - .... ... ,.,... .0. 3 ,3 ? . 0 3 6 Potatoes '(looking upwards) i .... '3 3 0 ' l3'lo '0 - Onions, per cwt. (drall) .... ,... ? 0 : 6 :0 -.. 0 S 0 Hay, per ton ... ... , ? S 0 0 '10 0 0 '? Bark.. ... - ' ...? t. ?-'..' .i5,-0'-.0 '600 Pigs, per lb- (70 to 90 in. demand) ,,0-0 S 0.0,9 .Cilves... ' ...' ^ ,,..- '... , 1-0 0 - '-1 iol 0 ; Fowls, per pair ... ... -!0 - 3 C , 0 4 o ' ' -Bucks ' ' ..: ...' - ' ' ..: ' ''0 ? s o ': ! -o o 'o' - Geese '.'.'.? ...' ? ? ...v '. , , .'.0r8',0 .tO.10 ,0. , -\ , Turlsoysj-oock bird,', if large —,.',0.8,0 0 10 , 0 , Butter, 1st quality, per lb,-sca.r-:o V/ 0 ,1 3 . ' tO', 1 3 ' Ditto, inferior (unsaleable) ' ... 1 0*0-10 \-0-l-l' ' ?Ch...

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THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

. ' ' ; -;THE NEW LEaiSLATIVE ^AS&JSMBLY. 'MnilHERS ELTiCTED. -The-followingis a'correct list' of the election rcturns'up to this date. Those with1 an asterisk- are' new members. Sydney Hamlets ? . . ?';'. - -. . - ; . D. Cooper. ' , 'S. A/UonaJdson. -'Gity of&ydney - ?. . ' '. . '.-. '-;. C. CSwp'er. ?? i ' ''HrParkes. ' 11. Campbell. ?''J. R. Wilshire. ' ' Prua'ASlATTl - . . -..'-.. -.. --.. H.1 W. Parker. - 1 ' ' Geo. Oakes. ? -Nourn-EASTEUN'BoRouGns ... .. E. Flood. : East Oamden .. --. . -.. ..'.-..- ,H. Osborne. ;J. Marks*. ' ^Yest Camden .. -.. -../... -.., '^J. Macarthur. ' ' ' . J. N. Oxley*. ? Southern Boroughs '.. v. ?'. . ;tlT.vA. Murfav. . ''AVertern Boroughs .. --.-. ?.-. '-A. T; Hoyroyd. ' NoRTuuMBUKL'ANDJBottouGiis .. ' G. 'R. Nicholls. !B. Russell.* Argyle- .. - ? ... .... 'J;-H. piunkett. 'NoKTH-Rrr^ifG of Cumberland .. 'J. Bi'DarvalJ. ? , - 'James Pye.* . \ County b'j Bathurst -.. .. -.. ,J. H. Plimkett. ' Cook, and -Westmouel'and -,. .. 'James Mar...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

IJripfhig Sitfeitigenti ?SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April 5.— Aclolph, TInmtuirgh lirijj. 120 tons, Jfyer. from Hamburgh. Nov. 14, arid Tslc of Wviiiht Bee. 8. Camilla, schooner, 201 tons, Uoseitcr. from Mokinnga, Nmv Zealand, the 25th -ultimo. Shamnn-k (?-.), 350 tons, Wilson from Morcton Buy, the 3rd instant. Telegraph (s.),650 tons, Gilmore, from Melbourne the 3rd mutant. April 6.— II. M. S. Juno. 28 puns, Freemnntle, from Ilobart Town. Gipsy, (s.), 9« tons, Martin, from the Manning liiver/thc 6th instuht; Yiirra Yarra (s.), .')60 tons, Boll, from Wide Bay the 3rd instant. Highland Lnd, schooner 100- tons, Msnsdl, from Mclbonniethe 17th- ultimo. Loudon, ,(s.), 700 tons, Watts, from Melbourne, tho 4th instant. April 'th.—Tssjibella, barquo, /iOO tons, Tngo, from London. December 1. Walter Hood, ship, 900 tons, Douaid.'froin Southampton, 2nd January. ? April 8. — Oniida, American sliip, 420 tons, Grepsy, from New York/lhe 20t.li Nnvenihfir. and 'Pin 2SHi .Tdnnarv. Bluo Jacket, scho...

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KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

-'.''' ' .;:KIAMA. , .' [FROM ? OUR'' b WN CO RBESTOKDElf T.I ExpoRTS.^^The- exports' by the' ' Kiama' for t'lfe' week endiu'g no the- 12th April, -were 154 'kegs' butter, '38 bags 'wheat, 19 bags onions,. 4 -bags- potatoes, 2 kegs billow, 2 bales leather, 2 bales skins, 1 case eggs, 4 hides, 7 calves, 14 pijrs, and sundries. A Public I)ixxjjk. — It is'in contemplation to give a public din ner, to1 Messrs.' OsKorne and Marks, on Wednesday; the 23rd in- ^ stant.' Mr.'dohn Maxwell,'has undertaken' to provide the dinner ;- and,' that lie maybe enabled to accomodate as many as 'will conie on that occits^ion to dine; he intends to give the entertainment in a large marcp'e, dapable of accoiriodating two hundred guests. It is to be hoped, 'that the social'' intercourse1 of political partisans, will remove- any ill feeling 'lhat'may' have a'ri'sen during the late election. ? ? . l Iiie SALUBhiTY- of our DisTjiTOT.'-^It'if worthy to be recorded, as an additional proof of tlie salubrity -of o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

. ? ?? ... .NOTICE. .,'?'. 'il/fR.-T. ALLEN-shaving ? resigned, the agency of this &?*- journal at -Jamherod, Mr. T. TEMPEST, Store ^keeper,' 'has 'been ' appointed - his lf successor, ' to whom all' debts accrueing -? after this .date are to be -paid,, and who', will ' also receive. -.advertisements ,^for -inseition Niu the, Mercury'. ?? - ' ? '?--.. ??-.??'

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

'', ' SIDNEY MARKETS.'' ? ?1J»ElCE.S'fpF..FLOU*.'' Messrs. TJarlcer-an-l Co:: The market is without'.aUnratipn-Bince o-ur last roport AVliiMt as modcratoly supplied, but not to the extent usually looked foiMit this f eason of the-yoar. 'Good samples fetclifrom Ss. to 9s. per bushel, lj'lour J3 quoted 2U1. per ton of 2000 lbs. for first .quality, and 241. for nec(.n '. Uran,. It:, to Is 3d! per bushel. Mr. Bieillat: Fhere i- no alteration to report in the fl.our -market this week. J5 tic flour '.remaining Jinn at '201 and seconds 211. per ton. Good samples of wheat are jmrclusod at from 8s. to Vis. per bushel. Biaa Is. to Is 3d. ner'bushel. ' ' ' BUTCHERS till! AT. The market is well supplied with sheap, aud i tkiye isu»vory fair stock of cattle.' Calves iindi lambs uru scarce, the former i'etcniug from 'lis. to 45s.j and the latter from 10s. 6d. to 12s. each. Pig-! aro,vworth Sd. to SUd. per lb. Th« caicaso butdiors are ..supplying beef at 1]4A- to'l^d., and Wiiuktoii at from lJ4d. ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 7. (Before Messrs. Ellis and Davison.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

?':.' '-, ' SMALL DEBTS COURT. Mondat, April 7. (Before Messrs. Ellis and Davison.} Mrs. M'Kenzic v. Vincent, for Smith work done by her late ?fTiusband, £1 19s. ; 9s. (id. -set off- allowed; ''??verdict for the balance. , W. James v. Hugh Gorman, 'this' was art1 adjourned' case, Mr. f Owen appeared for Jauies,'i-.ud Mr. Kogers for Gorman. This '- case possessed some interest, as connected with the appropriatioi of reserved roads, hi. rough ground purchased 'from Government. ' James and Gorman1 liad each been purchasers from Government, - and their farms ?adjoined each other. Between two of the lots a road or a cluiin wide passed, but which,- hue -others in the same neighbourhood was not used. ? It would appear from- James's ? statement, that he ploughed this road -and so yed wheat upon it, and that when ripe, Gorman reaped it, for the value of which he now sued him, £1- 15s. Gd. On the other hand Gorman and his ?wife both stated, that the -wheat- lie -cut was not on the ro;id, but ...

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THE ELECTION FOR THE COUNTY OF ST. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

THE ELECTION ..TTOR /IHE.-COUNTY^OF 'ST. VINCENT. v'., ,' 'IFIIOM A CORKRSl'ONDENT.l ''?This election. took place on Thursday. We have received infor mation of the numbers polled for,. the'.1 respective candidates, at Numlia, qml Juryis ,Bay. ,At the clpsa.of the election at Numba, Dr. Alley^ uttompted to, address .the electors, but he could not get' a Hearing!^ Mr. Thompson and Mr. Roberts both addressed the;-, electors', but from' the 'noise and uproar little could be heard. Thompson.; . ' Sadlier. ' Roberts. Numba ? 91i v. r '-., t 95 , 16. . JAityisB'^y 9. ,' '? . ' - 2 0 '' - - ' ?' ; ? ? ? ? - ' ? 100, . '97 \ l6-.;- '

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HENRY OSBORNE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

HENRY- OSBORNE' (?From the ?Errinire. Avril 1-1.1 --w -M'r. HEiiii-T Osborne,' who'' represented the Eastern. DragK^oT Camden in the late-, Legislative Council, has be(*n eleyterM«^ ' he new Assembly as one of two members liow alloted tfi^JSbonsLitu ency under the Constitution '-Act. . -tfw|^ Mr. Osborne was born in the county of 'RstiPfe^n Ireland, on the '8tli of'Tebruary, 1803, and is consequ^^^Sfl'ty-thre,- years of age. He'is^the son of Archibald OsbiKHfy^bq ,' of Dirnaseer in that county, and the youngest of teA^jlfSuren. three of wh'im emi grated, to New .South'W.iles, an^^^itie settlers in the fertile dis trict of. Illawarra. Mr. OsM^^n-rived in this country on the 9th May, i829, and may,'- theffisspf be reckoned amiing the old colo nists.. In those 'days,' as iSTvellMniOwn; it was the polieyof Govern-' ment-to' encourage emigrants with capital 'by free grants of 'land. On making the usual application, Mr. Osborne received -a grant to the extent of 2560 acres, which 'forms t...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. THURSDAY, APRIL 10. (Before Messrs. Smith and Gordon.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

? COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TiiuiiBDAY, April 10. - '''(Before Messrs. Smith 'and Gordon.) MAs¥er'A'nd13ervants Act. — Samuel Onions vas cha'iged ty ' Mr. Thos.' Wholohan with disobedience of orders, to which chatgp Onions pleaded guiity— his reasons for this disobedience .'was -that; his wife was sick, and tlii.t his 'master had given him notice to quit his service, to which ho agreed provided he was paid the wages due, thus by disobeying the order ho hoped to brinii; the question to a close before tin ir worships. Mr. Wholohan stated that- ho had expressed his willinynesjs to cancel the agreement, and pay 'for t,hev time the defenda'nt had been in his service, but that he wanted the'whole six-months pay — his wife had done no work for him, for nearly 'three' wefrksjand ? that the last1' week Onions 'had nought rations tor her. 'As both parties were willing to cancel the agreement The berclv ordeved Oriions to pay-cost of Court; and other charges.-amonnt'ing to 30s.,'and the agreeme...

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THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

- ' - ^ ? :THB[KOA.-DS..m- /--,-'. '' , '* Ar careful perusal,, of ,the J-add^esses-'and'.'.speeclies'.of-, thex -candidates, for. legislative-, honours,' not only 'in' 'tliis dis, 'tricf-b'utjn' nearly ,all'parts of, the colony, 'willsatisfy. any,, ,one that some plaiv is necessary v whereby, our roads .may be fo.rrned and \j-ept in a r serviceab'lejstate of.jepair.' ' It. may be...,said;JWji safety, that we, , have!' no , roads., as' yet, for, wi'th Jthe solitary .^exception- of a,. few, miles, in 'the 'neighbourhood;'., of , Sydney,, they are -mere tracks,, were worked, down in very, many' .instances td.gulleys. ' -There, is- .no 'more sure ..evidence of the, advancement 'of .a country..in, ats- material, prosperity, than : good *roails, affording speedy;- intercourse,. bctweeaMts 'Separate '.parts,, free ? access ^to given; centres, ;'for the .disposal ,of the labourers ,pro,duce ;^but w,e, lack all these. So juniv4ersal is -the evil, that nearly cveuy- candidate that has issued...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 April 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ' '?' ,,- ? ?'. . ,--a S- rg .' ;o f MIIGH,.VTATER AT % ^a;s '- ^-, -?ff »'vj?- -y s ;-g -moc^ eve*. g?^%^ '' h..''m. h..'' m.. ? * n. 'm. h. ji. t April- - 14 M.J.. 6 . 23 5 . 38 '8- 4 . '2 4. 2fi ??,-; 15 T .-. '6. '24 5 ' ?. 06' 9 :4 .\50 -5. 13 „ ? 16- W.-. 6; 25 ? 5 '. 55. Jlj-, 5 ..37 l6 . 1 „' 17 T':; ,6 .. 26 '5;.?;4!. l;l .'6.25- 6'. 48 .„'. IS; E .-.' 6 . 27 5 '.33-12 .7-512' 7 . :36 . „- 19---V.. 6 .'27 '5k'VC2-. --18' 8 / '0 ? ; 8'v 24, „ ,22 Sun. '6.. 28, 5 r.. '6\\ 14-. ? 8 '. 35 ? li9^- 'lr0r -', i ?'.- ?' '. *-'.' t , * -: , ' ?' 'MEASURES, NOT jrB^r.»'-; ( ' . ' ''. *-.''' MONDAY, APRIL 'U,; 185,6, {.' ./'.'' ''. -

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