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THURSDAY, MARCH 30th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, and Showers, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

Tunnsn.tr, MAltA c30th. : (Before thoe Mayor. and Messrs. Woodhead. m and Showers, J's.P.) Jt anemaU m.en oevvnDaieY. a James O'Ncil and Iorriet Neill. were O sveranlly charged with tie above offence. F As O'Noil ane still under the tnftlauoceoof liquor' he w'as remanded lntil Monday. Neill having been locked up for nearly 24 to hours was cantional and discharged. " • OrnCoRo LANGeAno. Robert MIrray was charged rwith raking use of obhene language wRttin the hearing of the pbllde The ovidnene wnt to show that betwoeen ( three and four o'clock oa Wednesdoay aftor noon the pfrisoner was hi Johatonoaitreot, in front of the Roollester Ceatle lotel, and wasI making'aEs of maost disgusting languagoe h itdn.tho hearing of persona whoe weorne' in the hotol, nnd others who weren asi?ang n of the street. Tlhe eidence furtller slowed t that come time ago the prisonor was eno hi lenoad to three montlhs Imprisonment for a IS similar offence committed at the same place. di Flnald.£0, with the opti...

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OUTLINES OF FRENCH HISTORY, DURING THE LAST 100 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

OUlTtNE ' FP FRENCIfI' ISTOORY; DURING.THE TLASI .100 YEAR?. In 18o3he eohlollshosthonlordof thelegon ol honor, and, wlth his tsoal far seeing pm lioy It becomes. an instrnment of popularity. HIavlngnow rendcred hWle position secureti;no setoce hie first oppot?lity. to' ohioeat theo Intense bittornars of his feeolings towards En land, and publicly |nsults the BIritishl Amblassador, whersnpo war Is renewed. NoIoleon vainly endeaors to iodueo Louts XOLII to ?llicato. hts right to the.throne ol'F 'raneo, and failing tlmt, hla hhimself pm. climned.emporor, aod crowned hy tho lope uocr speclal dispensatiol.. . ,ot provions Ito this ovoent eccorrol the fonlestlot anlongmst the many stainls which ailily Napoleoa's na0 e, the mnrderof the noble Dno d' End . hion.. Slch goncel fclinga of indlgnation tml sorrow were pronlnedlhy the death of' this estemned noblemwan, that tapoleon founil It nocessary to deny all knowldgo' of the alTailr.?bt It Is now loyont a rolt thait lie rrs the itlignlto o...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 28th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Peters, Walker, Barnett and Nettleton, J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

COLLINOWOOD COURT. Tue?s?D , MatUrnn 28th. (IBefora the Maylr, F e ad Menrs. Falo, Peters, Walker, IBrnett and Nettleton, J's.P.) .AcrCEY. Joseph Benson was charged with atealing seven canvas bales th property of Mr. Rowe arid Co., woolwnahers, of Thompeontatrcot, Colltngwotl. It was proved that the prl. soner took the lhaes to tho shop of a dealer, named Fredeorick Wanwrlghlt, who, sospect. ing that the articles were stolen, sent for a consthble who took the prisoner in charge. ito bales wore now prolcedt in court nod identified by a man named Thomeos Inrtlcy a the prperty of Rowe and Co. Prisoner asservcetcd that thlls wtness had sohl him the bales at 4d. each. The lienc hlod the e?o to be promln asnd sentencd the prisoner to one month te prisonment.' Two memhers of the rg acnd tono Imtter nty, named respectively John Cockburn an Henry Wright, were prested ' for stealeng a qantity of tseat d the property of William Norris of oong street, Fittroy. After somo evidence Id-ooeen given...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

... Et)wAlD?D L:NUHOIlNE ; CO., 1 7 1 WRnh'81ICK STREnT: FITZHORY, _TAVYA Ithe uldennentlonal properties aI itl bnulle?aea for salr, on easy terms. Fitzroy, ---- - - . air llreuornaeanld Tolaecrhlnt Ilahber, a. tablialal l1 yeannrs. Low rent. gadl trade. Twoa sto y brIek hitu, , ". rooms and kitchen, £210. Sliotel, 13 oaor , Ittgog £2m0. T -. n ahaoptk +lltn by . I??, fy ot., t 1100. IAnd, llnnewlk.altreet, 10 by t., 0 p er foot . Smlae loint', NlhIua.trircet, fie roams, I n?e?ry ny'al ald cal b ,atner , rentr, 1., aleak at vnalnatin. land trade. ..:?,?two tw.lonteyhouaes,. baleonll"y a redran. S 4,. dah, (nareosatret £1100. - '.nr aaroonel fauna aln laId, In George ndil S ba . l rl~Itrt, p nrie £050. 'i°,dnd lt laellrtraet, £10 i. Ier loot. S? nily a nlnt, 13 roomnn, billiard table, and atalin, rent £1r0, fier ynrs' Ier,. In. o n p rlng . o00 . H d Y Houis ans hol '?,lxs rooms, f orie-areet, 0 roaerlans lad allaatnna,,nClnlo nn.hilal, lln hby I,1a9 feet, £000. S ung Ett. let,4 rolt...

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FITZROY PROGRESSIVE CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

FITZROY PIROORE.ISSIVE CONSTITU TIONAL ASSOCIATION. On Thursday evening a public meeting was held at tihe Blrlne?wk ijotcl, under. the *uspleeea of the ahoue aesoeiatinn, and pruoed a great succes. The attendance was large, the room being quite fulland those preenst were enost'enthosafstio. Thie ciritwoe occnpied by C. t. Blackett eq. MI. L. A; and on the platform wero also' Messrs. Zox, SIdele and Carter, M's. L; A. The cnairmee In opening the nieetialr ierparkecd thft·it w.M tllo tIlnl o fqgrth annual line o the ýleatn, it which le h hlene preent, sendat ech of them lee hed tbeen highly pleaae. - It was a mnost important lodly, as a political orgnlttlnn and thoeprogress hal been steady and sunre. lie hal. seen man changes ddring the pest yeeir gomi nel beeh put ,t p eje"t ev eyytlllng Weetawineg a ninod reult. (appi?e.) Fo only bntended te make a short speech as others were pre. sent, whom they nonld cbtles sooner hear than himself. (No.No.) f ee was no friend to frennent chinngee...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, APRIL, 1st, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

SATURDAY, APRIL lst, 1tt7. Wx have lately had soeveraltelling ex. amples of the way in which the secret committees of our local council are worked. . ot long ago, tie council were nnder tho necessity of appointing a hallkeeper, and the appointment was only settled after several stormy scenes and an exhibition of considerable ill feelihg.' As it has proved the seleo tion was a fortunate one, for we bo lieve the 'dutics of the position are being performed now, in a most satis factory manner. However, that does not condone the method of appoint: ment, and thed result might as easily have been the reverse. Again in con. nection with the appointment of junior clerk, it is freely stated,l both inside and outside thes council, that the solec tion had been made before a letter had been opened or read, and that the cal. ling for applicantions was a mere farce. Before the decision, we heard the suo cesaful name freely mentioned, anld, while we have nothing whatever to say ngaiist the abilitie...

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ST. LUKE'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

Sr. LUKIES BAZAAR. The Ibazaar in connection with St. Luke's Chlmrh, North Fitzroy, was openedl by C. R. Illaekett Esl., M.LA., on Thursday last, at 2 p.m. There was a good attelndance at the opening cerelmoy, and Mr. Blackett briefly referrel to the object of the bazaars d the great advantages arising from the culti atit of a religious spirit t. acosmmunity. He esered to see tie good ork progress, atel hopedl that the foodlt raised from the bazaar, would prove of assistance in further ing this object. The l?z?ar is being held in the schoolroom which has I?.n appropriately fitted up for the occasion. There are three principal stalls, on which are displayle a great variety of fancy articles, toys, useful oddments anl nrticles of ornmtentand vertu. No. I Stall is presided over by Mrs. Rodlda, Me.. Moore and Miss Evas ; No. 2, hy Mis. Sinclair, Mrs.Jouhl, Miss lBowie, Mrs. Parker, and the Misses Walton (3). No. :3, is under the supervision of Mrs. Wicks, Mrs.. lin. MeDrs.ea D u and Mrs...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

THE STAGE. TIIEATIE n?OLi The lovers of spectacular and sensational have been afforded a treat at the Royal dur the past W- k.'- Vnt of "spao~dendclera it impossible to describe the story of " Yoth," wlhich is, according to the bills, the latest Drnry-lane success. The play contains some good situations, andl the dialogue although not anything very smart or brilliant is fairly interesting. The great defect of the draioa is tlmt it requires a sequel to make it conm plete, for when the curtain falls upon the last act the audience is left in the dark as to the fate or fortune of nearly the whole of the dranmatis person:e. In the production of the scenery, 'Mr. IIenlings surpassed himself, and that is saying a good deal, in deilc one searcely knows which of the seven beautiful tableaus to adinire most. The meclhanica l effects also surpass anything of the kind ever witnessed in Melbourne. The piece affords anlple scope for the dilsplay of histrionie skill nnd ability, and in most of the...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIlE EDITOR OF THIE FrJITZOY CITY IJIRE.. Sr??-Allow me space in your journal to express my approval of the advice given by your correspondent "A Fitzoyist" in last Saturday's issue of your jounoal, to tile eight houra men, viz :-" For them their wives and lady friends, when assembled on0 the 21st prox., in the Friendly Society's Ganlcos, for the purpose of enjoying their anOuI holiday, to make a linn resolution nevcerto shop after six p.m." Now. sir,. I wrould imprlos ons tile eight hours men, their. wives, anul lady friends, the necessity of not only making a firm resolution never to shop after six p.mi., iaut of keeping it. ly doing this they will earn the approlbation of all un selfish persons, and the everlasting geatitnde of those of their fellow creatures, who, when they should be enjoyillg their reclreation, are kept at drudgler,. for it is notbhig less, by' the selfishlles of those or fortue fo nate thanl themlselves. Apologisl? for taking up you...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th. (Before Messrs. Pigden and Oldfield, J's.P.) ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

CARLTON COURT. VP.DNEsD~.Y, M.nrCit O9th. (Before Messrs. Pigden and Oldileld, J's.P.) - ALLEGED LRIENY. A young 'woman, ainmed Liozie Wilson, was chargedt with stealing a pair of shoes, the property of Hiarriet Walsh; The cvidence of the prosecutrix was to the effect, that some weeks-ago she got into troable and was sent to gsal for illtreatiog her child, nmid that during her forced ab sence from home, some window curtains, dresses, hats and a pair of shoes were stolen out of her house. T.he shoes now produced in court, were those that were stolen. A bootmnker, namnd Kerr, deposed that the prisoner left the shoes with him to be soled and heeled. W itness did this, bot prisoner did not call for the shoes. The prisoner, nows raid that the shoes she left with Kerr were h:er own property, end slie called a ms. Daley, who deposedl that prisoner did not steal the shoes. The pii soner was discharged. " rO5E TiHRO'tLO. Four unmistakable larrikins, named rem pectively, (George Robinson, Jam...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 27th. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb and Wood head, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MusDYI, 3Manci 27th. (llefore Messrs. Raven, Robb and Wood head, J's.P.) Duel:¢ AN?D D|SODLIgLLT. Thomas Satndlers, 1P?triek Whelan, Maria (corge and Mary Zoo were charged with the above o!tence. iucorgc and Zox were each fined 5s., or in default'" '5 hours imprison mellnt. INSCTI.TIN IIEIcAOUIL Hfenry King was prosecuted for insulting behaviour in a public place. Thie evidence was conclusive and tie prisoner was fined 20s., with the option of seven days incar ceration. Daniel Calthcart was charged with a simi lar offence. The prosecultor was a man naned Dunleavie wholose cvidenco did not reveal anything very insulting, linbut showed, what was not ceniel, that the aecusal was very uclth under the influence of liquor. Fined 10s. James lrontden and Thomas Cheescley were prosecuted by constable Whitney for insulting behlaviour in North Carlton. Tihe evidence went to show that tile defendants' were fighting in Station-street at about Ihalf. plSt four ...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 30th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, and Showers, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

Tllnsu.tr, MIlnc 30th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, and Showers, J's.P.) IIDRUNK t AND DISOIIDERILY. I James O'Neil and Harriet cHill were severally lcharged with the above offence. As O'Neil was still under the influene of liquor he was remanded until Monday. Keill having been locked up for nearly 24 hours was eautioned and discharged. nocl ?e LANGUAG.e Robert Murray was charged with making use of olsen languae lgage within the hearing of the public. .The evidence went to show that between three and four o'clock on Wednesday after noon tile prisoncr was in Johnston.street, in front of the Roclester Castle IHotel, and was making use of mnost diouostio, lanuco e within the hearing of persons ero were in thehotel, and others who were pasing in the street. The evidence further showed tlhat some time ago the prisoner was sen tcnceel to three months imprisonment for a similar offleoc committed at the anmnc place. Fined £10, with the option of 3 months incarceration. Tilt LLiF...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 28th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Peters, Walker, Barnett and Nettleton, J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. . TUesDY, M[.nCl 2SIh. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Peters, 11alker, Baroett and Nettleton, J's.P.) .oseph Benson was charged with stealing seven canvas bales the property of Mr. Rowe and Co., woolewasher, of Thlompsolu-street, Collingwood. It was proved that the pri soner took the bales to the shop of a dealer, named Frederick Wainwright, who, suspect ilg that the articles were stolce, sent for a constable whiore tooh the prisoner in charge. The hales were now produced in eourt ald identified by a man namaed Thomas Hartley as the property of Rowe and Co. Prisoner asseverated that this witness h?l sold him the aIles at 41. each. Tile lench hell the case to he proved ano sentencecl tile prisoner to one month im prisomllent. Two mcmlers of the rag and one frater nity, named respectively John Cockburn and Henry Wriglt, were presented for stealing a quantity of tea lead the property of William Norris of Young street, Fitzroey. After some evidence had blee give...

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OUR STORY TELLER THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

OU0R~BTORY T11LLBR - I, P:, THI AF(III.N's ILtI?IItit. .? ?, · i ,,'' h is wis tllo llthlt of tll thll tot .1000. . . ' .r y, and. ts fll?ltno o oleiltlmla , it wan but ol o d? b mloh tlad lbegun oI of the olo t ldieno . , rl -, i rtoeo t tever r ttorded n the amnlt ol , t,, lo, "tfnd been tially armoIed by Colonel , tIof elnrhlnlto nold the rerto? f tie o ail' tlilnt, on tlhe ..ii yt . .c t'fe n 1, 'to I,)ti p..ea to A tukobr Khiooh , l hi; Lshesl a n Ull hilritc, thall t oullr ttoops werel to Si . , ? lll elIc IImeltqrttlet l e t yetIf,1 ltit.ltlnlll d I'III. Ti. o ,Igal,, .I.roc d tel hi. tetiohlo tbw, 'tlint .A e.I h" ory 0 littl houlllhld tt i eolerminatelol t ,ove o1 :tl?t : Il Wnh wi to h lov Ido a hllt l, aht d fet tih t ; tfo " tL o : off',n ol I n'l?n?I thatt.th thot notlI ofthil ! t: . 't'K ltlltcr I'o ,, Wttiltn orlltt l o iltiuel6' * t oter S'., . all 'to'ort ilg a I'o m entott.ot0 CIalo pgntnt. 'e Sn. I .''Thf elnul t'. nik welr lft hullns tnhe t n' + ,-ht e nhl i ?rel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

BASS'S No.. 4,:.. IN SPLENRDID CONDITION, i n iA tOItulllT ArT T ie NATIONA flOTEIrL, a IRUNS\FCICSK STiýFr. ... i "kAEK Brandy D)rlnkers adm (hllll hat tor. D riseenn'e Bi0, as olbtoindl at the Ni' Ilrenl tr 'WIileS WVines, and Ram anr of tske osot of l(o11 ed 1 the proprietor of TilE NA'F1ON'L'IIOThI.e r1* nelrelAnnrst ' . Ono of ll AIoks BI Tab.led,? . S1, ngle Bottles at Wholoesale Pricesa iB. POTTrEf 'PRronlmcer.c. JOIIN IIIELT G,, 4' Bay, Corn & General Produae Morchant 100 & 10"2 GERTRUDE STREFT.,, FITZI'OY;: i., "tr rembhing doeo fae the Trade P I L 'L: B IIOUSE DECORATORI i cerreras cUIerStP a .'", /BA STREET, NORTHi FITZROZ Estimat?s Given for Generl: Reprs?.? i rdere s promptly'nttalnded to. i I'slnters' Materils of All Kinda ;Always , on land; . 0: SMITIhI : It Wood and Coal. Mercha:nt YOUNG. STREET, FITZROP (Opposite Weigh ridgo) eiSLtAISP.D OVER TWRLVE KVIAr. TTOOD delivered In any part of Fitrroy. V Weolght Guaranteed; Orders Itner tEolly altendel to. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

SPfECIAL COLUMN. .2I-- " .. A . rt K .... S TAILOR AND OUrTFIrTrER, FITZROY CITY HOUSE, GERTRUDE STREET, IHan just received a Splcdlihl Stock of Gooals specially selected for his order trade. WOOLLENS FOR TIE SEASON. Inspection Invited. 0C II ESTE 1 HOUSE. SlITII AXN 1 PEL) S'ITRI ETS, COLLIN COWOOD.0 EDWARD CORNELL, laring sc:ared a ?eascoef thelalre premises, (laitly occupied by Iir. II. G. Jones) FIRST lIRANDI D1IStLAX Of NElW SUM13IIER DRAI'ERY, CLOTHINGV, iILI.NI.IIY, " 31ANTLES. CO.TUIES," " UNiEllCIOTHING, STAYS, ' "And'F.NCY.OOOD, All of which are IMARKED IN PLAIN FIGUIRES, And at SPEICIALLY 'TI 1'TINCi PRIICES. NEW SIO110 ROOMIS. Dr.eemnaking, Tailoring, &e., execlted in the lest Styles. See Samples in the Wi\ndows. EDIWAR:i CORNELL, Eelmomric Cash Dlraper. Smith and l'eel SShteets, CrllirwaeMl. Aleso lMadeline ioune, Carlton. AjlILS FEHN TO N (\Vidowr of the late F. \. Fernton, of thre Ar'us staff), FASILIONAIBLE MILLIN ER, .ANDl I 1-0-1-3 1" 111u, S8, IIIUNS\VICK ...

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ELECTRICITY & FIRE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

Ei.EC'ItCI T Il'X F lmi IXS UIL\SACI. -4----- II .I. E. II. One of thie many olnstitions il'slsrl mn iall Illtllltlcle Polices is tile exemption of stoves and toveu pipeOs -lllies ill It-ic'i hlirco-tplc- froim buildi.gs. in viea of thine iaugeroisa rink in places plonere e-ch are in ue. A very iiloirtant subject, and uine tlat is licomning nln,,re pt"lillclt every'" cay, is til riik at. tencding tile sec of lectlricity. Thle Ilts. tioll wllsat al? the ii.kui attending electric lilght inlg' wi' pn?lahly preaicit itlf. It luny ie britely allnsercsl thus:-11 henu theilelctt iity is dcovllcyel hiy a pelfectly goah conductor thers nelul ILr la null.iety, but whlen tie wins are cnlsdcte?d alo?t t wanslen wall, thnl thle tttlmot ear'e slhOlld I exercisd, for if two ?olllhlctilng wile arc phl celi conl lig nos.ely ndl isesely cou:ecti l by anl imn petfect lo:lduetor, such as a thin wire or cien n little uitallic dust, a Ipostliul of the r!ectri eourlellt will ibe dircteld ilog tile short c...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

OUR STORY TELLER " THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. "This was the nigght of tile 5th of .Jmu-m r oy and. as I a 1tr 0ianl Itioa'ln. it wos hut i two days beIfore that our whole garnieon in Ca?tl haI d lieg1 ' tline of the most dia?au truns retr?nts ever reronl ad in the annals of "It Irad been finally arngegd Iby Colonel ]irtinilale and tihe reut ef the stntrthat, on tile I vent nntof l,4 0,0ru)nitpx to Achki rKha , Zclnamu Khan, and thie Chicd of the Kl.tzzil Intsl?enal (tlhilziei. r hatour trp wer t malrch u olllllll te ; ?et tile lirst-i;lllnl If fll ;laglin rcordtnnl"l is tenrible rcur, 'that t ercn- ~ritol lu hl 1.2 txteln:luat0.l sate 1 i.t? i , we to hai e Ihis haode naint feet cut oil. ancd Ise placed thus at the mouth of thie Klhylver l'Pae, with a weittcn lotlice to deter all l'"ritlhe.l froa rkt?ct-ing Catoul ae?git.'t "Th'e Ihe1llcce .ick wte left lenhiid : tile ladithand l tuebliers wives.cuer all iln didleyo orll Iloeol?Clck : andl the hnmbter of souls whculuittlothe c?nap in let...

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OUTLINES OF FRENCH HISTORY, DURING THE LAST 100 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

OUTLINES OF FRENCII IIISTORY, DURING THE LAST 100 YEARS. In ISO1he establilhestheorlerof thlLegion of Honor, and, with his usual far secing po licyit becomes an instrument of popularity. aiarg now rendered his position encre, ln seizes tihe first opportunity to manifest the intenso bitterness of his feelings towards England, and publicly insults the British Atlnassador, whereupon war is renewed. Napoleon vainly endeavors to induce Louis XVIII to nlxlitte his right to thet throne of France, and failing that, las himself iro claimls emperor, aml crowned by the Pope under specinal dispensltino. tst previouo to this event ectourrd tehe foul?ttlot lamolso t tth many stains which sultly NjIootro's lame0, the nlurder of the noble Due 1' Eng Lien. Such genernl feelilgs of intditntiao and sonrrow were plrolnced by thle dLeath of thils csteemd notblnman, thloat N?poleon foundl it neccassary to deny all knowledgeo of tie affair, but it is now beyond a doutt that he was the ilstigator of thle b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

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Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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