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MAITLAND ASSIZES. FRIDAY, APRIL 21ST. 1876. (Before His Honor Judge Davis.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

.MAITLANI AssIZes, FWin*w, An? 21T?lsT. 1870. (3Beforo His Honeoi Judge DBais.) Tnu Maitland Assizes wore co nitlenced yesterday, ],oforeHis Honor JudgelDavis, when tile followinig 'casos agninst lereons. cinildiittod by the Newoaptle ]3enac canio' oai for h6.wu·hig. " , ? :.,~nd~cmv- 'r'"t, Froderick Bono, late second male of the b1arque Veriuii~i, for stealigtleisnm of, r;4O .0sp d;d, frols.'tlhe capenterif the veail,' receivod a sentence of 1,5 onths imprisinlneist inaaitand Gaol. . S "FOEOERY,," """' COharles Bird, alias Folks, was clanged 'ith" havisng foiged, and utterbed' mrtain cheques. "Prisoner had .forged the '?ceque in lhurnirundi, but had' bieen nrrcoshd by, tlhe Newcastle police, He uyas sdlnceed tq two yeashnopilsonmnel .'Onia: tend ?harge if asimilar natine prisoner rscived a lilk"~seqttce. -' Seilto?nes to b, con. csrrent, . The followiug cases also were lid d P. M'orrisey, charged with rap was fomnd not/ gilty and discliai'bed. Robert 3lloon,. for larceny, luaded g...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

PARILIAMiENTARY: (Fonront or Sject Conrespo,dent.) LEtJSLATIYE ASSEM]3 LY. - 'TsoursnDY, "APitIL 20. Tls. Speaker tookl.the chair at 30 uninustenpaet 7 o'clock. • *Iinisters laid on the tableretnmua with reference to money expended under thoeVoluntcer Force Ioegulation Act, and toea selection on Coomos Cousmoo station, Liverpool Plains. Mr. Robertsoon ,reseutod a petition from the Municipal Council of Hay, praying forincreasod mhnicipal endow mont. On formal motion, the petitions presented by MtIessrs. S. 0. Brown and Farnell, relative to munuicipal endow ment, and the petition presented. by Mlr. Sutherload against Sunday traeic in intoxicating liquors, wore.ordered to be printed. - Mrh'. Long moved that this Ionsoc, at its rising: this day, do adjourn until to-morrote, at 7 o'clock. M [r. Gray seconded the motiou, which was then pat and negatived by .20 'to 17. Mr. McEihono moved the adjourn meat of the House to complain that wlhile cheap trains wore ran on the Southern and Western...

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PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

PATEL'RSON; EASTER MIONDAY RaoEs,--4 first. rath)da!s'sspor tfokl pltjib 6n tle a..tor ion iaicCourse, on 'Monday .last (aster Monday.) The day was fine, tho attend ance largc-eoniewhere abont five humndrod persons boing on the conrse. Mr. Hlenry Moir's Bosher won the'Flying Handicap of five sovorsibus, boating . Mr. T. A. M.foore's M'lvipia, Mfr. W. Collins's Kil irilThly,, 'ansi Mtl ."M d ntagato's: :Maid 'of )dllodaldl---Mr'," W." 'Sherwi od's ROsa bolla wqin the Hanidicani Es'ac'o f ?vgn svoverigns, lbootlng M;. B, M"ooro's The Ace, Mir. I, C, OCaspboll's Caclby Dodd, Mrr. Hen1ry M[oore's Bosherl, and"? Mfr. M?ontagnue's MIaid of Allonidalo,?. -M. Henry Moore's Boslhor won the Hack Stakes for throe sovereigns, beating MrL. Thomas MvIooro's Malvinia, Mr. Jones' tFiailly, anid Mr. Duggan's Liseguage. Dlu'irin? thie afternoon Mr. Hall's 'ah." "(?'it. boitthl r. Colhinse-lKillarney, in a .haslf-mile rac', and 'Mr. -Hall's" Fairy; Queen beat Mr. hyT's Jenny also in a imile race. ooor...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

"W'AI [k£IITA "LqDqE MIOETINGS;---E"or sonoee the establishliient of timopreoent ilinors' Union," tfie Woratnhi Lodge ias boon hold op ns a model of good management, nod tile intelli geoce of tiho members lns ebeen coosidered .equol if not superior to any otlior lodgoin the district. This has bbon ito ehbraoter, but it has now gone, ond llnless somno chongo is 'mode, ond that quickly, all chance of redecmp tion .will be gone, for the mbst intolli gent pnrt of thie meonbore will get no thoioughly disgustoted tliot they will 11ot attend ?the mIbetinog" I lihvoe hnd con o-ideroble exporionce ii minoers' meetings, but t.le meoting of the oramtalh minors held on Thursday evening serpnasoes niything I over nsaw. The conidiiet of one moembor especially wao most diogrcefoul. Evnry peioon who essayed to speok worn iitoroupted by this person, ond the meeting seemed eintirely powerlees to reostoro order. lhoiwliole meet ing woo eet at dlinneeo bIy one moon, nod tlht man in hie.sober soenes, an...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

NEW LAlABll'ON. CORONEiR'S INQUEST.-An inquest. war held at the Sportslnan's Armsnn hotel, at three o'clock on Friday, on the body of a child uamed James Thomas, who .was drowned in a crock on Thursday,-2lbefore F. 3. Shaw, Esq., and the following jury: James Marchant, foreman, John Elliott, Edgar As:lby, John Jones, John F. Jones, Charles Miller, Otto wang Bowers, Alexander Mills, David Godby, 'homas "Howll, George Williams, Charles I.ileer. After the jury ilnd beou sworn, and ern -ody viewed, the following evideuce was akn-- atilda Thoinns deposed : I m the mother of deceased, James Thomas, whoso body is now dlying at my louso; at about a quarter past three o'clock yesterday afternoon, I left tho deceased in the houso, and went to my nearest neighbour's; I was away about a quarter of an hour, an th child ta child m left in charge of my daughter, aged 1 years; whlon I came back, I missed theo child, and directly went to the tanks, and could not fid hin; I then got a clothes-prol an...

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E[?]ection[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Ejetiess -lls TUE strike w le*s four ;iat near tYe.t St day in the to:e turned out of in question 1 Dickisoo. in oportoti"o prior to tih diop tliat at he outoc tile rate of 5s. lours. This sy Give satisfaetim?, a two o1t0hs' tri duced by tile vie tilag the work us the narrow l per yard, while ">, per yard wao fixed menet, after a shor tr to an introduction ott ment, and 9o. per sCore price from July lost. 0 the men workel alite the owuci reduction us isri The alounut of rqdul and on the 18thl of ,ion from the Esc~u the Durham .Miners' up,,n the viewer, a!t oeduetlosnor 2.1. per sarniaga.. T'o this and offered to question, but thlit to by the owners igo' tllh ovorl?a o aoked tiiem to, a prices, but thejy ag asked that thi q settled by arbitraio eiolined, the nan. only terms theyt e upon woilsd lie score. Tlhe totn ployed at tile colt ht\iors and Fix putte whom are unanlrl 1? more tian a* fortlig men holding houses notices eitler, to 1: br resume work, their non-oontplii 5co taken ...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

° ..(BC ELETR'I, TELEGU.API.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. AOIL, 20. I . elade, brig, from New Caledonis "" Irognet, snhooner, from Townavillo "Lady Bowen, steamer, from Brisbano Olaronee,'steamer, from Grafton, MJr. A. Newton's new barque, buil, at Pelican. She is about 400 tons, and ih really a smart looking veseol--stiorrg and faithfully built. Adverse winds and heavy sea detained her somo days bebind tbe bar. On th? B0th ultimo: at noon, a light breeze sprinl nip, with all ,ail set. shi croesod oat opleindlidly, drawviri 7 feet of water. audl, although the clinnorel is: very.erooked, seo ilid not buoh The pilot, Co:~tain Muir, aeeorpanrrel ter aomue distalnoe outside, anil on putrting " Tlu Father' atood unlt to tie eoaathliarl , aiiiil iii very lioit tine was out ofoiglht. I believe thiis is tile largest versel ever built an tiro Ma~hninig and certanrily refiects greit credit oprln her spiritel builder.r hIehera. A. Nawton and Sons. Well aray thu riatirae of thio Manlning bo proud of-a f'...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

GncovEfiTowr-- -In yestorday's Mr. _wroto'rof.tlho'dalnger nod iconvniM on tlio pit falls oil tihe north oidoof the IHii ship. Sinco writing thle abovo, a horge fil Stic takeoi-plaeo ot tioe nortlh-cost corner r Tlcoi towniohip, which hoes lt docwrn a lorgo p, Fo of M-irohoad-otreot. J wonder wiu, Don Counoil' will say to tlhis Itmust br pileasacit for tlho'?coplo to hae a y a Cohaioo, Sovorol loot doep, witllin two or half yards of thdir doors. Quo -l"EcII\oItClob IlBTITUTfl--The Iltle bore o[ tho' bliooetion 'Olaso,' in co w.ith" the ,Ieoho;lc.! Intitulo, hield "pe peild fortigohlly'mooting on Tl?orclday Oboe ilg. Theoro ws a- voy fair otoeudance tho .plce.onuanoe s of 'como.of tih ne , was very good indeed, . - :?'UIIOIPA15 Or UNCIl' ?OrCr Co hos at loot as e wicento thle neo iPI ongagiilg the services ofa conpoterg voyr to do tlioir wprk.: Up to the icicA the Ahldonnrn, with tho.oeossiotaoce Inayer, lobvo11 0l0 thoir qown. rorvey Ilo ijdiof c i1iil?dq llds 1i.1oiiflnahl. Tiitl t...

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Prince Bismark and Journalism. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

P·rince Iismarerk mnd Journalism. At his last parliamentary reception Prince Bismarck made soene rather eerp'ricuarks on German jourialists, ob.elcing among other things ·that they 5mro t? apt to draw on their imnagina. tiontA?;'." sencateonaP' articles on foreign pohitcs,'"sI?.thsu do not allow tLhoem selves sumcient tiib 'a"r-'epac' for .th thonghtful dis.ussion of home"n sugir? This criticism has called forth a Ium ber of replies in various Prussian papers "If," says the "Volkozeitung," " any German paper ventured to eritlmise the conduct of a county magistrate or a policeman with as much openness as is done with regard to English Ministers in the mmeost respectable papers and on the most important questions every day, its editor wsould bt so overloaded with prosaulltios timat he ould have to pass all etis time in the courts of justice. WVheu an 1Esglish paper calls attentioez to any offioial abuse it is either thanked by the head of the de partmnent concerned, or, it the charge ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald and Advocate Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

COMMERCIAL. .her'aftl ser t Artvocatc O e. Fridlay Evening. DUsrNo tbe past week, business ans not been brisk, tire Easter holidays haiviig caused a'slglgt dliminution in eommerce, Neat week, bewever, se fully anticipate a chbnge for the better. The mereet is, generally'*peaking, firm; no greant demand is erade for breadstlffa, but a tirmnesa oelsto, and tihe market is fairly sepplied. No very recent iimportations ere reported, the last arrival witlh breadstulfs being tie Italr, from Hobart Town,'with bi'ii anldpollard ;shre also brings oaten hay und-geneinl produce. In fleoor Adelaide fine rules at, £12 to £12 5?. per ton. Tihe Firth of Olyde, barqne," from Adelaide is enipecterd daily with a cargo of rhaff, bran, and brendatuafE. Tbis, though nuguienitieg stoeks, is not likely to ceuse'naiy diminution in prices. Han, onitea and lucerne, re emay state-to be nrot very pilentiful, 'aid notwith itandin - tire general .rreaking-up of tre'rdrought, no alter. alain in priee appears to ha...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

iii 1VAI~3EIL ·IEND - IIu? ITs,-- We?T in"eo,'Ct tO ?' t.hWalleond Collieryi hac not boel [ ha?-tininreentlyfl, linO'tuh the al.". . -re there brcig scarcely anyv .F' io-to load Aiallsend coal. "-TI :'}. greet many Iorders oa hiacidhwvl',? atnipate doing theirnusunl etdensoivei?. ese durinci tihe cnaninig wiiter. Trlu o aleefmtic, lies worked fall timi for the woel~ :mtI-hae ?sufliciont ordesa on hand to keep thef in~ell swing during the conilng week. - - PROOalrcaS 'mg! ()PENINOcG OUT "OF \nViaEdl i VOLominj.-TTi wors io neouirse of pr ogr ess ?\ tlh ,-Vallsend Coinpin y's new:. hmlnel hluo ;i"c>T ptihed forwnrd so 0igor. • iouly by tceu annager, Mr. Noilson, "lint~th ' railway wti l be .1islied in about two wrek, whilst the reliatinary work required to soin: coal to m is also nearly completed. WVa may menioen that twenty-i'eo new hopper waggons lis just arrived from I'' -"mnl, for tlie eomlo~y, ox Tasnniia, aNe& sothhrs are oxpectji by niiothier sailing ,\cela daily, wh...

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Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Advantages of Gas in Private Iloalsets. Br J. O. N. BuruTna, ;F.R.A.S Tue superiority of ooal.gas, as colnpored with every other material for produoing light, has been too long aoknowledged in this country to require either argu ments.or itlustrations for the enforce meet of itselaims. Oneofits properties which seems still to be imperfectly understood is its general, applicability to domestic purposes; and which is the result of defective information rather than of prejudice, or of any well founded objoetions. There are thousands of families who would rcadily avail them sclros of the comforts and onvenieoces of gas, if its cheapness, a'md safety, and other advantages, were properly ex plained to tlnem. On whlom does this duty so appropriately devolve, s on those who trs engaged in its mann feaeture, and .wio are, therefore, epo. dially interested in itssale? Although !hl use of gas in dwelling-. houses has already made considerable progress, stud is daily increasing, many of the l'r...

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Coal Return. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Coal Jicturs, Tue following it a copy of the oflioln returns shipped during the woek: - .Imo......oo 70 7 .... 17..2.124...*.,,( .(... lileleeced .% I Manclecyl 10. Ilciobeno. Col bow. 7...,........ Adelaide..... 57 0. 8 eine. . . .. ...... 270 240......1 a....:............... ..,.. I. ta uae2r man ha. olved 2rs. ivormoro'a qeuery--"thau elelleel w. do with ou~r €]aughltora ?" He Istrells rched two washing . c10in0s, and will t1ke in lhing. iis x4ifo 24 d 2 evea n dn~au270t102 CaeIo to do tne wlork, .cd eao ewill ieaoian 12nd tlhe buCiueas. "AQua right, Ola hsllow--all has ov hand l' iver toe reply of snly-"buyo Wth whalso]"we1-' toeted to be huoigco.

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

CITN &_DISTR\ICT. NEW~CASTLE. 8nocKINu CAcA OF RIIUTALITY. Oe of the most fieodish acts of cruelty was ~pctroted" a few days ago on a horse -ploycd at one of the Bullock Island jetties. WAspesro that the horso hod, ono night Rlring last week, boon tied in tile stabhle over at tho dyke as soual, anit in the morning he was found loose. se e as worked at ordinary hauling, but when feed time came round, he refsued to cat. This caused some suspicion that the horse had something wroeg with its mouth, and, on oxamhlation, it was fouid that the tongue of the poor brhte wos cut completely out st theroot. On Thursday the hoMe was shot, to put it ont of misery. It is to be hoped that the polie will endeayour to not allow the villhiinous perpetrator of this fiendish work to be long at large." Cnscm-rl.-A. cricket naltchis to be played on St. Johh's ground to-day, between the Alberta end 2nd eloven of tho Burwood C. Club; play to-commenCe at 2.16 p.m., ohaip. The Atelbrts are: B. Freemcn...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

To Vorrespondenlts. "'O facilitote the transaction ot busionte in tcnne| . tion with this oornal, concspoud.nts willpleas itieiid to the followting iistructiois :--Addrct hlettci| or qucestioos, inteiled for iltio n, to the ELitor; a?dvrrtismoento, to the oflico; nnod other letters ot a private noture, to the p.trtite for vheom inteondal. r.ar?.?TIox to thit will fIrlaently save trouhlc, ind catuo snattees of a hloeittes natire to bo moree Ipromptly attended to thaa wvould othtrvi'e ho the oaj.. Ae An i OfceJ. 3I. SWEtET, t?'KH.'LD ArD ADvocATK O?{K? . " 9Lh Alpril, 1876.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

NEW ZEALANoD. - WELLINGTON. Weodaesdy. , Thooubjeetoftho prohibitinig the importa I tlion ofoa ttlo will be relegated to a oeleen cornt mitteo of both Hlouses Iltot Beoion. rq A'lawyer's clork, from Melbourno, hbs been committed for trial for abottinga child named Kellot in forging a nicnoturo to a convcyanco of land at Woodslook, Viotorfa. Arrived.--At Auooland,-lloro, a., from Syd n?o, 1audo. ABtDonodin,Eaanby,o,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

otice to Con stituents. W? wilh to inforrm our Fiendla in Wnllsend, * Lambton, and other placea timt, notwithstand ing the ostensible tcmoeing of our rrintil Office the rPUJLIS INO WII,t BE DONOE IN WALLS END, AS USUAL, and our l41. TUILNER rwill receive orders for ADV.EUTISE3IEI?TS and JOB PRINTINO, up to 1.30 p.m. daily.. Mr. TUiWEI'B STemponrty Office %vili be at Mr. ALN WICK'S, N'lsoun-trcct, next the Northlunmbr land Uotel, wlhere all Advertisements, Ordcrs for Job Printing, &o., maiy be left; and copies of the " c N o\VcaS M [onsl dnnZcte non) M.seoo' Anvo CATE" obtained. j(- Job 'rinting of every description will be concuted with rneater diipntch thin hithlerto. Proprietor, Atrch, InS7. E - AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 22ND, 1870.

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

- . -' Wednesday." Isbellan Smlth, a gr'l 10 years old, dJled flom: a shot tpiwittingly fred ly her brotlhor. " . L'l:e Soutll-nsaters Cirelit Court is postponed owing to the illness of Judge Gwynne.. . , Wllet is dull at 4s lOd afloat. Atrlved.--AlhtndS CantloF .I,,h ago immilr grants. :' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

SO[IETY. hrairman nton, Esq ey are allowing ecrrnt. Sper cont. per cent. n he paid in a ag-streei, New tVISON, Secretary. ~ING AND SOCIETY. above Soelety desier to of INTENDINC PUR l110OI,) AND LEASt' or l s rho aro abou to lat , ADVANCES, 1 Se?nrity, TO £2000 ced Premillins; OrEol EsRY INDUCE ser., REDUCED TIHE eE FEE iased, AIE OF £50. - nt of 'purchase for S%, chlrges almost roive onms on Loan. i. at 6 per cent. per niclte from MIessrs. IOR1,, Direetoro, ed, Lanmbton and AHPItR, Chlnirman, 1)1 L, Secretary, anlly of the Direotors. ERN PERMANENT ISTSIENT & LOAN Sjt25 EACH, oiabsriptions of 2o per of, Is per Share. sire, lI.mens Wolstenillme l[eekett. Jolhn W. Pender latln Leo Clirles Hy. Prentice citar : .nMullen oSanml. Owen, Juo. e?tory : Uriggs. nitr, Ware*AITLAND. iP'tyablC thle First t Each Month; I vtages are oflbred to T'n vesrtors : titable Investmeent lt at the rate of £6 o10 per lI~t'liia i?ionterest and prolits, eon be . o rrowr. BOR1OWER?Sl : est chlirged only ...

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FRADULENT INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

FAIrADUtNwT IsNOOlVENCY. - • olor. d(ay Mr. John ThOmpS(I , 0 draper, 0n0( lal0 of Gilngow Moose, HIoater-street, wa.o or. rooted oa ar warrant, anld chrged ot tihe Polico Courtwith fnaudulent insolhency. He was roonalsslod to Sydlooy. Bafil wos applied for bat rofused. Partijolaro will be fuld in_ in oar P)olioo Court colamllsa. OnQ ounosbloik in tho western part of Detroit there arle eiht ladies who wons't go to ch'uch oen Sunaays bocause a nuintlh iady aas an India shawl ansi they has'osest., And tlu lady wvhso baa it won't go lmeeao? ,dr tlhere is no chanco for hler to shows bl' th'e , slhawl boforo'tho eight, whosooo feelisgs salo wall unsdorstands. A young doltor, on being asked to ?" contribute tossardo esclosioaisg aud1 ontro erisotinsg the local ceimeotory, very coolly remarked that if Ihe tilled it hI shouslhl doi hiis pst.

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