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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 June 1895

) HIGHLAND RECORDER NO. 27. VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.,JUMB 7, 1895. ,Tlie Story of a flasty Marriage and Its Tragic Sequel. BY ERNST BRUNCKEN, ^AuVior of "Thc Bibliomaniac't Crime,*' "A Teirible Secret," ute., eta. CHAPTKR XIII. RAt.in WARRIXOHAM'S DECISION. j "The, hour of decision has come:" .Eal| li said to himself, when ho had re? ceived the news of his mother's deatb and the Bilpu'atlons of her will. j But still he feared that decision. Betrayed, tormented, humiliated, dis graced, as be felt himself to be by his wife, still his love for her was alive. But the decision meant that he should lose her forever. His life itself would go with her, he thought. Ile would not act hastily. Clear, un den'sbla proof ne must have of her guilt Then be would a t. What became of her hs cared not She might drag on her miserable, dlshon orcd existence if she liked. Hut her partner in guilt must die And then?then He dared not think out the idea that suggested itsc'f. Yes, he would ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 June 1895

Highland Recorder. Terms, $l.j>0 a Year in Advance. t*tued everv Fridav evening bv W. Kt. MATHENY, -eviron Aro -?--=r3PX-is5xa:ia. atered at the Monterey po9toiPoe a? second class matter. flontercr, Va., Friduy, June 7, 1?6\ Eight thousand acres aie planted n Irish potatoes within a radius f twenty miles of Norfolk. Postmaster-General Wilson has f ne to Oxford, Miss., where le viii deliver the annual adi ress at t e eommf ncement of the Univer? sity of Mississippi. The constitutionality of the an? ti-cigarette Kw passed at the re rent session of the West Virginia J >gislature is to be tested before Judge Golf. Anybody is free to guess afc the mme of the npxt Secretary of State. But that is all that can be d'?ne at this time, The business of the State Department is not suffer? ing while in charge of Acting Sec? retary Uhl. and there is no reason for any hurry in filling the vacan? cy. It is a very impoitant position and President Cleveland will wish to consult w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 June 1895

Highland Recorder. official directory. Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?TIou. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. 0. K. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit <\H County Clerk,?J, C. Ma theny, Mob t.'?y, Va. Attorney tor Commonweal!h.?L. II. Stephen jon. Monterey, Va. Sherill.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey. Treasurer.?J A. Jones, Hilltown. Commissioner of Revenue.?W. P. Campbell. Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, chairman, and J as. Terry and 8. W. Sterrett C'tuucn Rrotstku. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M. K. Church?Rev H. II. Clark pastor. U. B. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas? tor M. E. burch Sot th?W. H.ijWolf, pastor. F.MlS. From Stauntcnto ;n.er?y?Arrives at Monterey at 7 \ nt. leaves at 5 a. m. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey al 5 a. rn , via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte. rey at 5a. m., via Strait Creek on Mon? days Wednesdaysand Friday LOCAL NEWS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 June 1895

VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINU The Latest New3 Gleaned From Yarloo* Farts of the States. Tho ceremony of ucvoiling the bust ol Prof. John B. Minor at the University ol Vir? ginia will take place on Juno 12. The orator ot the occasion will be Senator Daniel, and short addresses will be made by Chairman Green and Prof. Thornton. The estate of the la e Col. John A. Wash. ingtoD, Wanelan I, in Fauquier county, 1 as been sold to Mr. B'dford Glasscook, ol Rec tortown, the house part for 130 and the free State part for $25 au acre. The tract cod. tains about ono thom and acres. Charles Coate*, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. S lverLusb, of Londorj, Eng., have recently purchased farms in Bedford ooun'y. Dr. John Harrison, of Harrisonburg, d ed. He teceived h-s medical education lu Balli? more. The official report made by Slauntou's City rbysician J. B. Catet to Mtyor Fultz notes four new cases of small-pox?all ne? groes. Thee has been no deaths for severa) days. 0. the eighty-one cases all but th'r te ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 June 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE li, 1895. NO. 28. kl Wairaitaii's Sacrifice. .-? 'Thc Story of a Hasty Marriage ano1 Its Tragic Sequel. BY ERNST BRUNCKEN, Author of "The Blbliom<mia&8 Crime,' *A Teirible Secret," ?5fc, etc CHAPTER XV. TKMlTATIOIfS. i "Aft.fr all, lt is a wry disagreeable cn tangloment, and I was a fool." sai;' Count von Hohenfels to his friend. Lieu? tenant von Gretbern, after he had told him about tho scene In Bingera' Hall. "A very dlsagrceah'e affair, Indeed," Grelbcrn assented "I m afraid it may Interfere with yon- career." "I should not be surprise 1. For one thing, I cann >t go bick to America." "I should think that would not bo much of a misfortune. It must be a half-exile." "Weil. I don't know!" The diplomatist shook iii * head dubiously. "I had a great deal of fun with tho o Yankees." "Especially with those of tin foma'e perauask n. Eh. old man?" But. the ('(tint did not re'idi his friend's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 June 1895

Highland Recorder, 1 erins, |1.50 a Year in Advance. [MNtd crrrv P rid av evening'>V ?W. -fri. jVE to THENY, E 31 ron AtTD -?--T-3^-rrr,sj:i:i?. Catered Ht thc Monterey pcjstofflce a? r second class matter. JM enterer, Va , Frilay, June-14, 1898 Senator Harris of Tennessee, who has been in vV.ti*iiiiiglori for ? St eek or two on 'public business, lias gone lo Me iv pius to lake part in the silver convention to be held thrrr this week. It is {expected thal he will be one nf the principal -peaker* at the convention. He iky6 be believes thal the Demoera! ic partv must either declare for sil 'ver or aor.ialon hope of faining the presidential election. Postmaster Gej|eral Wilson is in great demand as a speaker at col? lege commencements. Last week he went to Mississippi for tl e pur? pose of talking to Ihe graduates of a college, and today lie lett Wash-1 ington tor Centralia, Missouri,! where he wi!! deliver a Bimjlar ad? dress. His popularity doetu't end 'with his being aske...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 June 1895

llf?ULAND KE#OKDEtt OFFICIAL DI RECTOR)'. ? - Judge 13th Judicial Circuit.?lion. Wm. }lc Laughlin, Lexington, Va. County-J ulge.?llqn. 0. it. McDan ^?ld, Warm Springs, Va. Circmt \H County Clerk.?J.C. Ma flieny, Moe i-'?y, Va. Attorney tor Common wealth.?L. ll. r^epbeOffQ. tyqnterey, V?. Sherill.?E. M. ftrbogftSt Monterey. Treasirer.?.1 A. .Innes, UUbtown. ?Joromissioncr of Revenue.?Vf. F C^mobe)}, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel. Hoard of Supervisors?J. S. Mcnulty, phairman, and Jas. Terry and S. W. jjterrett Cuoncn Tl ko isten. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M K. Church?Rev H. H. Clark pastor. U. U. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas? tor M. E. hljtch S.r. th--W. II. Woif, pastor. B M I 8. From Staunton 1> ....evey?Arrives at Monterey at ? >. rn leaves al 5 a. m. 'daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaven Monterey at 5 a. m., vin Yanderpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdavs; leaves Monta. rey at 5 ft. m., via Strait Creek on Mon tU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 June 1895

He Was Earning Big Honey. "flow much you say dc Uno wux, boss?" asked a hard-faced negro who had been convicted of gambling, as he peeped from behind the bars ba the window of the prisoner's room In tho etty court, "Fifty dollars and costs," I replied. "How much ls dcm costs?" "About twenty live dollars. [ "Den dat ud be severity-fi' dollars?" "Yes." "An" ef I doan pay hit, how long I gotter wuk ?" "Slr months." "Shew, white mau, you knows Fra gwlne ter wuck lt out," he cried, and, turning toward his wife on the outside, he said: "Honey, you go on homo an' tell de chlllun I'll be dar In six manse time. You knows I'm gwlneter wuck, w'en I kin make seventy-fi' dollars an' my rashuns In six manse time; corse I ls. Go long home, ole 'oman, an' tell de chillon wat I dun tole you bout."?At? lanta Journal. An Unfortunate Admission. "You began practice in Arkansas, did you not, Doctor:" "Yes," replied the physician, "I did. il would have gotten along ill right, if lt had not been for my dip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 June 1895

HLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 21, 1895. NO. 29. imn nrt mn 1 (TIT 1 Illili lucy toiuitf s Sacrifice. sTho Story of a Hasty Marriage and' Its Tragic Sequel. BY ERNST BRUNCKEN, ^Author of "Ttic Bibliomaniac'a Crime,** "*4 Tcirible Secret," ?tc., etc. CHAPTER XVIII. \ AT THE DOOR OF DEATII. I? al ph had his revenge. Tho hated rival was dead. What tie was there that still connected him with lifo? ! For some ti mo he hardly realized that he had come ont of the ordeal unscathed. So certain had it seemed to his overheated brain that he would not only kill tho Count but also in tumbe killed himself, that he had not, in his mind, made any provisions for a different outcome of the affair. Now he felt a sort of strange, dazed Surprise at his own continued ex? istence Ile did not want to live. Had he not closed his accounts? | As ho could not die by tho hand of (mother, be would die by his own hand. \ With this linn resolution ho walked jiomo. j As he went throu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 June 1895

HIGHLAND RECOKDEK. " Terms ?';?'..'. > n Year In A?.v;i ;...lei ercrvFrhl&v evtnii ''l>v W. II- -M H *I Sutured ;i the Monti r< it as sccob I class matter. Mi.uti tty, V.*., friday, June, 21 188 A u estimate of the expense of the military, at Po nhontas has been marie ont and is fonnd to be $20,000 There -.ve still rome trot ps there but the expense is cut down very fm uch. A verdict was brough! in by ;i Michigan f jury against J-ohu D. Rockefeller, for $1)40.000 damages, for fraudulent representations in a mine transaction. The jury was not hard on this gentleman tis $1,* ,-'? 1,000 was risked for. The progress of the work tit the, <'ntton States and International Kxposition during the past "month has beeu so rapid thai the 180 acres of Pied wont Part, with buildings, walks, driveways, lorrin os and land? scape gardening, is begin 4ing to .?assume- the geneial appearance of the completed work. The extension of the civil servic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 June 1895

s*m.-*wxu-.t.-.-j ??ir.<?'t.^v-ja?S*?? Mi>?eia'-*.?*-.?..<m*3*+j Highland IIi?h.:oki>-3U OFFICIAL DlliECTOllV, Judge 18ib judicial Circuit.?lion. VN m. MoLaughliu, Lexington, Va. County Judge.-Hon. C. ll. McDan nitld. Warm springs, Va. Circuil aH'CountyClerk.-rJ-C. Ma thenv, Mo*ai??, \. ? Attorney tor Con.monweallh.---L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. SuSHlf.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey. Treasurer.?-J A. Jones, llfchtowi.. Commissioner of KevenuJ.-^-W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.- -B. Hiner Hansel. Board Of Supervisors.?J. 8. McNultV, chairman, and Jas. Terry ?ud fe. W. Sterrett Ciunon Kec.isteu. Presbyterial*-- Robt. H. Latimer Tl. E. Church?Rey H. H. Clark pastor. U. B. Church?Rey J, M. Hott, pas? tor. M. E. hutch So\th?W. II. Wo;f, pastor. r. all 8. From Staunton to ,.,.crey-An'ives a' Monterey at? ?. m. leaves at 5 a. tn. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaven Morden y at B a. m., via Vacdsrpool, on Tues ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 June 1895

Enormous Pend ninnis. The only structures in Japan xvhi seem to be earthquake proof are t pagodas, which are erected before t temples. There are many pa god which are seven or elgbt bundo years old and as solid ns when fir built There is a reason for this, ni lt lies In their construction. A p goda is practically a framework i heavy timbers which start from wide base, and is in itself a substni tlal structure, but it ls rendered stl more stable by a peculiar device. Ii side tho framework and suspende from the apex is a long, heavy bal of timber two feet thick or more. Thi hangs from one end, and to the othf end are bolted, nt each of the fou sides, four more heavy timbers, an If the pagoda be very lofty still mor timbers are added on to these. Th whole forms au enormous pendului which reaches to within six inche of the ground. When the shock o an earthquake rocks lae pagoda th pendulum swings In unison and keep the center of gravity always at tb base of the framework. Consequent ly,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 June 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 28, 18W. NO. 30. SOME SWEET TO-DAY. Twill not light the lamps until I've thought What waa th.} sweetest thing In ail my diiy; t will not seek to spee 1 The lingering ray Until my noxious oy i e taiewhere hath caught A word, ;i smile, or something that hath pass ? l In my small sphere. O memory, thou hast Borne sweet to-day! Now laney tra? ila out anti conjures np A long and brilliant tniin; It all floats by, Joy and sadness go With laugh an 1 sigh, And dregs ol pain li" deep in pleasure's cup Hut now I koo two tender banal eyes Turn on mt?lips that smile ?Ah, herein .lies My Bweet to-day! A pe rf umo breathes from pictures of tho mind. And in our fancy memory carves her lore, Our dearest treasures tn the a;r we find; 1 knew my happiness to-night was fur Borne sweet to-day! Boston Transcript. A PATCHWORK QUILT. BY n.\TTlE WHITNEY. HGGINSVILLE was very bu re that Rob Red w o o d a n el Charity Mead? ows would make a mat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 June 1895

.ttiTGHLAXD RECORDEJR 1 erma, |1.50 a Year in Advance. leaned crcrv Fridav evcuinjr bv W. II. IvI A THENT, ^Snlered al tho Monterey postoiiVe a.; siitond c;:a.i3 matter. iMonterey, Va., Friday, Jane, 28 1805 Secretarj Carlisle goes upon hj vacation this weA, and as he wi!, spend ir. as a neighbor of Presidenl Cleveland it is probable that botli ,of them will combine a little bus? iness with their recreation. Assist .unt Secretary, Hamlin will act as Secretary of tho treasury during Secretary Cat lisle's absence. President Samuel Spencer, of tie Southern Railway Company, says the business of that corporation is increasing every month. Signs of ' growing prosperity are to be daily noted in the South, and the indus? tries of that secti'in are picking up. The improvement in the iron iiiar . kets is of special benefit to many parts of the country reached by t\\e lines of the southern system, and g<-nerally the outlook is decidedly good. The general council of Philadel? phia, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 June 1895

XT ? *? ?-' "-- * I--~-? HIGHLAND llECKODER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicialCircuit.?Hon. Wm Alcijviughin, Lexington, Va. County J ulge.?lion. C. li. iMcDan nild, Wann Springs, Va. Circuit v1 County Clerk.?1.0. Nfl tlieny, Moe t .'?y, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. (I BjU*pham-9a. Ht andrey, Va. ftherilf.?E. M. Arbogaat Monterey. Treas irer.?J A. .Tones, Hightown. Commissioner of Kevenve.? Vf. 1J CarnpbeH, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Uiner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty chairman, and Jas. Terry and S. W ;8terrett Cncncn RkgistKu. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M. E. Church?Re? R. H. Clark pastor U, B. Church?Rev J, M. Bott, pas ,tor. If. E. hurch Soi th-W. H. Woif -astor. E i}l9. From Staunton lo /.i.erey? Arrive! *t Monterey at? t. m leaves at 5 a. m daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey ?a o' a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdavs Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte. rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek on Mon ?jdays WednesdjV,s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 June 1895

130,000 LOST CHILDREN. "Restored to Their Parents by the Bell? man of Liverpool. Francis George, the Liverpool boll man, is to retire from the service of the city, after a public career extending over a period ot sixty years. Ho waa ordinarily a member of the old dock police force, lt is said that at ono limo thc office of bellman was worth to the person who held it about ?o00 per un num. lu addition to making public proclamations, it was part of the bell? man's duty ou all civic occasions to walk heidie the Mayor of Liverpool with a portion of the regalia, lt was Air. George's distinction In that capaci? ty during his long period of office to walk before fifty-three Mayors. In these later days the office of bellman luis be? come practically a sinecure. The du? ties which he had to discharge have become obsolete, and other means nf announcement have superseded that of the bellman. Up to the present, how? ever, to the bellman's house in Greek street are taken lost and strayed chil? d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 July 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vin. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 5, 1895. NO. 31. t_-^tr-ta ?*??* Tl 1 Tl ITITT AMERICA ?*l5har shape by exile dreamed elates tho mind Like hers whose hand, a fortress of tho poor, No blood in lawful vengeance split bestainsV Who never turned a suppliant from her door? Whoso conquests aro the gains of all man? kind? To-day her thanks shall fly on every winO, Unstinted, unrehuked, from shore to shore, Ono brr, ono hope, and not a doubt behind! Cannon to cannon shall repeat her praise, Dunner to banner flap it forth in flame-, Her children shall rise ap to bless her name And wish her harmless length ol days, The mighty mother of ft mighty brood, Ele3sed in all tongues and dear to every blood, The beautiful, tho strong, and, best of all, the good! Feven Jjsars long was the bow Of battle bent, and the heightening, Ctorra-heaps convulsed with the throe Of theil uncontninable lightning; Seven J*r*ars long heard the sea Crash of n<v*u's and wave-b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 July 1895

,a""?*,?'Wl9Vm^rWm^* '1 erins, $1.30 a Year in Advance. laurel crcrv FriJav evening bv "WT. l-l. 1^1 A.TII-Eisr "5T, rea: ro.-a ^.ir-o TyT.T*%n UTr, ^uicrej at the Monterey postolfVe as second cla.--s matter. Monterey, Va., Finlay, JuJy, a 189."5. They Nave Tumbled. The Staunton papers have learn? ed at last, that there is a railroad being built through their neighbor /toaBty, Rockingham and io their sister city, of the Valley, Harrison? burg. From un editorial which appear? ed in the Daily News of the 2d inst.. ve take it, that Staunton has given up all hopes of getting the main Jine, jet it appears that they have . fen promised a branch, if they ?will set up the money to build it The News calls attention to the im? portance of ^uc-ty a road, ajjd in this connection says: ''It would seem hardly necessary to point ont to any citizen of Staun? ton the disastrous effect on the city Ui have a road tap these coal fields and leave us out. cutting off and taking away from us forever a lar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 July 1895

aTa*wrawaBWaaW*aiBWaaaaWa-B-a-aVaW? Highland Recrodeb OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, LexiMaton, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. K. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit sr't County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Moe t.'?v, V?. Attorney ior Common weall h.?L. H. Stephen ion. Monterey, Va. Sherilf.?E. M. a-rbogast Monterey. Treasairer.?J A. Jones, Hiuhtown. Commissioner of Revenue.?W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson ?Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, chairman, and Jas. Terry tnd 8. W. Sterrett Cnuitcn Rbwtbter. Presbyteriau? Robt. M. Latimer M. E. Church?Rev R. H. Clark pastor. "U. B. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas? er. * M. l E.: a-twch^Sot th?W. H. kWoif, Bator. e Mis. From Stauntcuto ...ier?y?Arrives ?CMaonterey at 7 ?. m. leaves at 5 a. m. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Alonlerey ?t 5 a. m., via Vanderpool. on Tuesdavs. Thursdays and Saturdavs: leaves Monte, rey at ?-"> a. m., via Strait Cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 July 1895

In Chancery. The funds In court In 1894 amounted to the huge total of f 04,075,187 4s. ld.; but the proportion of this sum In want of owners ls not stated, lt ls interest? ing to note that during the precediug year payments tVere made to success ful claimants and others amountiug to ?16,324,152 3s. There is also a largo sum lu court under the heading "For? eign Currencies," made up of rupees, crowns, dollars, florins, francs, guild? ers, lire aud marks. Reference should also be made to a long list of boxes and other miscellaneous effects remaining in the custody of the Bank of England, on behalf of the Supreme Court of Judicature. An offldal list of the titles of Ch'in eery causes undealt with for fifteen years qr upward ls published triennial? ly; but as the names of the testators or perrons entitled to the funds are in the majority of cases not stated, the infor? mation is of little value to the general public. To give an instance: In 1823 Nathaniel Briggs, one of the next of kin ...

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