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By Electric Telegraph Deniliquin, April 25th, 9.20 p.m. JOACHIM V. O'SHANSSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

By Electric Telegraph j (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) \ Deniliquin, April 25tli, 9.20 p.m. JOACHIM V. O'SHANASSY. Verdict for plaintiffs in each of the three cases /one hundred pounds, with leave to apply^fo1' nonsuit to-Supreme Court, on, the . ground that minors cannot select. Ricketson v. Barbour. — Verdict for two hundred and fifty pounds damages. Peppin v. Hansen. Verdict for plaintiff ; damages £25. Barbour and Ricketson. Nonsuit ap plied ior and entered, plaintiff not being ih possession of application papers held to b:c necessary to prove title to selections. ? Maitland.t— After many years of disuse the W est Maitland race course is being put in order with a. view of haying first-class races here in the future. A . large paddock has been purchased, and added to the former running ground. The grand stamlis to be removed and re-erected with' considerable im provements. This will afford, a flatter and less dangerous course, more especially in wet weather, a former greasy 'pinch...

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CUDJELLICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

CUDJELLICO. FROM OUR/ OWN CORRESPONDENT. Apr;i 22, 1874. There is nothing to report about this place. Everything is as dull as it can be; -The drays with the balance of the machinery have not yet arrived. I saw in a contemporary a letter signed ' Audi Alteram Partem,' in which he says my remarks on the treatment of tho remains of Mr. Holden are not true. I can only say I got my information, from a person on the spot. ' The other party' agrees that the body was left under a tree, and I am in a posi tp prpye that the body was not covered ; the coat was thrown over the face arid there left as I said, and still say, to tho mercy of the crows. &c., for nearer twenty hours than six. Respect for the dead, anil regard for the feelings of tho living restrains me froni making any further remarks on the subject.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

SIX NEWSPAPERS, from various places, for 6d., at the Rivtrine Grazier Ollice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 7tii and 8th. . . Patron : ; J. J. PHELPS, M.L.A. President : THOMAS D'ARCHY. ' Vice-Presidcnt : EVAN EVANS. ' Stewards.: Messrs. R. EDGAR JOHN KEI-GHRAN H. B. WELSH G. 0. LOUGHNAN , : F. W. REED E. EYANS ? : J. McGAW WM. LANG VM. McEYOY. Judge : : . THOS. McFARLAND. Starter : * EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the Course : . GEORGE DONOHOE. ' . FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 7th of MAY. * To start at 1 p.m. MAIljEN PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a sweep of 2 sovs. For all liorses that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 sovs., at time of entry. Weight for age. One and a half miles. - Entrance open. To start at 1.45 p.m. PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES, of 25 : sovs. Weight for age. The winner to be sold for £30. (If entered, not to be sold, ? to carry 7 lbs. extra). If entered to be sold for £25, allowed 7 lbs. If for £20, 141bs. If for £15, 211bs. Any surplus to igo to the funds of the Club. 1^ miles. To start at 3 p.m. HAY JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP, o...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, 6th March; Friday, 31st July. Deniliquin — Friday, 27th February ^Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th December. Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7tli February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury — Monday, 1 6th February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7 Hi December. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur- . day, 18th July ;. Saturday,. 12th December. Wcntworth — Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, loth August. Bourke — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS . FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 30th July. ' * Deniliquin — Thursday, 26th February ; Thursday, 28rd July ; Friday, 18th De cember. Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5tli February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No vember. ? Albury — Friday, 13th 'February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Wcntworth — Friday, 20lh March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November. .

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE.' ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.30 a.m. From Eclmca, Denili quin, Wanganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin.) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal,. Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecliuea, De ?niliquin, aud Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga Narau. dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Ecliuea, Deniliquin, Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling departures: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald ' 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Ecliuea, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m; Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednes'sday — G p.m. . Ecliuea, Deniliquin, Wanganella and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. Friday — 6 p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes half an hour be...

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HAY ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

IIAY ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. FHIDAY, MAY 8. Tlio rain descended so heavy oil 'Wed- nesday before tho races that tlio stc\vardn very wisely postponed them for one (lay, so Friday became tho first day of tho racing. About midday a largo and re ? spectablo number of people /were gathered on the course, although many of the country gentlemen and their families who had en yag'ed rooms at the various hotels did not put in an appearance — kept away by tho heavy state, of tho roads after the glorious ram oi Wednesday. However, .the betting /element was better represented this year than on any previous occasion, imd the gambling blacklegs, who usually disfigure the national sport, wero more than sufficiently numerous. .In the way of refreshment, Mr. Esplin, ... of Tattersall's, had bought tho two booths, aud hail the trade all to himself. Mr. George ? Wood, the celebrated cook, had a refresh ment stall and was well patronised, and there were people selling fruit, &c. Mr. Colin W. Si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

i Tattersall's . Hay. ' /. EOEG-E ESPLIN, in returning vX - thanks to the public of Hay and sui^ouiiding districts for past ; favours, trusts by strict attention to business to maintain the character his house has hitherto enjoyed as - the most, complete and, well , kept hotel in the Riverine District; ' Firstrdass billiard table, , atten- . tive. grooms, bathsj &.c.' // , i K. B.— Well, grassed . paddocks. '; Woolpack Inn, ? MGSSGIEL. ? ? TRAVELLERS and the Inhabitants of the District will find the above Inn a most desirable house to put up at, bpth for the ? cprnfort of residence, and the excellency of the food and liquors supplied. It is the desire of the undersigned to increase his already exterisivo business connection , and, while erideavouring to do so, wishes it to be understopd that npthing will . be wanting pn his part. ? ' DAVID C. RIDDEL, . . ? ? Proprietor. March 30th, 1874. '- - 214 George C. Wood, Cook, Pastrycook} Confectioner, and Ornamentist, IS prepared to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

^ Eiyerme' C^ ' THE Public are invited to attend [ at this Masonio Hall, T-HIS DAY, at 4 p.m., io assist; ,dn- Itlid foinliitibn f of! the abovo Companyvs '.*t! !ii *. - ;!n JJ.u.L :' a! ; :.i JAMES WITCOMBE, ? ' 7; ;,-i!t:;:n* Secretary pro! terii. ' ^!;at;.^irs^^ Registry , Qffice,Hay, . *f 'BEpwjWSaftiHp, ..^9'H'R4se9P».-Wcn©ralf 1 'Servants. wantedVi. 1, rj. 221t» . Wanted. k HOUSEMAID- ''.and-*:-,-'WlM-TRESS, fx. Good 'wages to.-' c6'nVpetpnt[persbns -Apply:fo-',; N''' sbif.-;'''* 'op!-.* .-?{ ?,. i I ,V. /. 1/. a - !MRS'i[- SABINE, 201-.U A . i ! M ' i ;Busli Inn, Hay, ITTfANTEi) lOO1 TONS .of' /FIRE WOOD. '' - VV ? Apply'' to ' * * * i:-:-'1':*'-: ? ??'- ?' GEORGE ESPLIN,' ; 202t\ - Tattersall's Hotel.

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. May 5th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

By Electric Telegra,pli (prom our own correbpondent.^ . SYDNEY. ., ? :May'5tli,'187-l. r Mr. Campbell is fleeted' as. one 'of 'tlio' directors of the Mutual Provident Society. TlieiLegislattivb'Assembly'was counted out on the P'erisions BHL ? The Prisonp.Bill has passed-c'oirimitt'ee.- - 11 ' ' ' 1 ?' ? A meeting has been convened at Balmaih to protest against the propbsed [liberation .of Gardiner, the bushranger.. ! ' ' ,!/ 1 V; ! The San Francisco and; TbiTCS [Straits mails arrived at Sydney to-day. ? ? - :' ! - ' --: ? : „ Prime cattle at Sydney'rire wortli '20s. [tb: 22s. a hundred. ; ? Sheep aro arriving' from -ilie' country in bad condition, and tho'inarket is languid', s Wool.— The latest news ' by ' cable report that at the wbbl'; sales prices- wW? - declining! The next wool sales are 'to 1 be; held* iii August, eighteen mprcli^ts; baying, decided in favour of four sales each yetir instead1 of v ?fivoi''--1 ?'''?' [? '.i; ! ? Tiib , Mount Gambie'r/Standardhas ,1 becii sold ,...

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INOCULATION OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

? INOCULATION OF CATTLE. Our Chief Inspector of Cattle, (says the Sydney Mail) Mr. Bruce, went homo not only for recreation but information, nnd lias como }-ack chargcd — so elvarged tliat ho was ?obliged to go immediately to the Government Printing Office to g-cfc relief. It is not .every .public servant who gets a holiday who spends it so considerately for tho benefit of tlio ?colony .; but Mr. Bruce believes in work, and in -worl-ing for the vindication of his .opin ions. While in England he took tho oppor tunity to make himself thoroughly ,ao ?quainted with cattle diseases. ' Ho studied: ?them wherever ho found a chance, and studied tne pathological jirofcsscrs too. - Nor : 'were liis researches confined to England.: Possessing, himself of letters to tho British: ?ambassadors in Belgium, Franco, Holland,1 Germany^ &c., ho visited those .countries, i saw the .veterinary institutions, and conversed ? ?with tho ' vets.,' whom he /seems ' to', havo; found a more sensible. an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

Tf CKETSy. admitting Lady and . Gentleman ?? to ? - the GRAND' STAND ; and' PAD DO,CI£;at thpiRaccs,] aro to;bo had . 'on ? ap plication., :to . tlie. .Hon.,,:Secretaries, ,,or to. Messrs. Blewett and Co., S. and' ;A. ; lioss, Geoi'gd Espliii, and Ohas.' Coxl ' ' ' Price, £1-18.' . V- ? i! 260-28 Hillston Races. A.. MEETING of tlio. Supporters; of. the above Races, will bo hold at Hillston Hotel, on SATURDAY, 9 tH inst. ' ' ' CHARLES HERMES, 269-28 ? : Hon. :Scc. Riverine Coaching Company . (LIMITED.) ' ? ? ' THE Promoters and tlio General'Public aro requested to MEET1 (it tho, MASONIC HALL, on WEDNESDAY, 6th of May, at 4 p.m., to appoint a Provisional Directory, and to transact such other business as may oe necessary. ' ? JAMES WITCOMBE, 254-26 Secretary pro. tem. Panorama fbr Sale. A PANORAMA, of 100 different VIEWS, of socnory — -Colonial, English, Irish, Scotch, French, and German, will bo sold VERY CHEAP. Apply to H. GEYER, Photographer and Watchmaker, Hay. ; ,261-28 ? ? Presby...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier office, Hay. May 6, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

stock report: Riverine Grazier oflice, , ? liny, May «, 1874. In stock mailers \vc liayo but little fresh to report this week. The weather lins been delightful — clays warm and genial, ?with cool nights, until last evening when rain commenced, anil appearances betoken a heavy - fall. Tho -grasshoppers .'have.' disappeared,'- and the grass is growing freely. Messrs. Synnot & Co.'s 5,000 fat sheep crossed at Hay on Monday ^for Melbourne. - 204 fat cattle from - Boobcroy (Davis in charge) crossed on Thursday. To-day 220 fat cattle from Mr. Moore's Wallaby station cross for Sandhurst market. At Walgears they are about to muster for fat cattle.' Mr. Williams, stock agent, Hay,' ; re ports having sold, on account of Mr. J, H. Patterson, of Bynya, 2,300 owes in lan A, at a satisfactory figure. Our Deniliquin cor respondent writes, April 30th:— Crossed— April 27 th, - 2,000 sheep, Campbell's ; 2,400 sheep, Clark & M'Leay. April 28th, 2,000 sheep, Robertsou's; ; 1,450 sheep, ...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TnimsbAY. ApuiiJ^SO. 1874. ; Present : -W;.: Sabine, Esq! (Mayor), Al dermen Tartakover, and Lakeman. „ ; Minutes of prevjjous meeting i;ead, and 'con- firmed. ' ? ? ? Letters' read;.-from- Mr.;-Phelps w' liylliarf reserve, that tho^iiiistei- had detormiricd-1 to leave it intact ; and from^Mr. Pee}. Raymond on the, same ma'tier. ; Froni1 Rollin and- Salter re land 'on Ililliwn; that the Minister would not promise to withdraw it from sale. From S. H, Lambton on late mails. . The following accounts were ordered to be paid : — ' ' S. Harriden,' fbr'rep'airing streets £5 0 0 Government Printer, Sydney ... 0 12 0 Herdsman's, salary to ;5th April 8 ' 6/ ,8 Tenders,' opened for making footpaths and channels in ! Lachlari-Street, from ' Thbmas Campbell, Hay,'- Alexander ' Scott,1 Echuca, and from Basliford and Wylie, Echuca.-:., r: : The Mayor instructed tho Clerk .to ,com friunicate with tlie tWo latter to havo a tender from them' in ii lump' sum.,-' ?: ; 1 . ? ; ? -...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

IIAY SHIPPING. .The Elizabeth. arrive&'nt -Hay on Friday with' timber for tho bridge approaches/ and sails this morning. . : . ;l ?' .'?''??? ,'l[he Gorou-'a '.arrived on r Tuesday with a cargo of general merchandise for the several1 storekeepers,^ ? . , ? ? Tho Pearl is hourly .expected. The,. Cutnber.oona is sailing , this way from South Australia with goods oil sale. ., .The Mumimbidr/M is expected to arrive finW i-ivo.- t.iiio Tim riYw Murrumbitl^cc at Hay w seven feet above summer love] nnd rising*. At WngLra on Saturday it wis three and a halt* feet, fullinpf. i'lio steady vain now faUiug appears gonuml,. and, ii* so, steamers will soou have plenty of water. The Dai-ling at Wilcannia on 2flrd ult. wls 30 feet, falling, and its tributaries— the Niirmh, Uokira, liree, nnd Culgna were running hall* bank hiyh. ?

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RETURN BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

RETURN BALL. On last Wednesday night a ball was given in honor of the Mayor of Hay,- William Sabine, Esq. The night was delightfully pleasant, with a clear -moon shining, which enabled the party to come and go over tlie rough roads with safety. The Masonic Hall, where the en'tertainmenx was held;'was taste fully decorated under the1 superintendence 'of Mr. Pigoty wliose, activity, taste, and ability m matters of this kind lutve' often been shown.-; One of Mr. Burges's fine scenes was. hung up, at the entrance of the room with capital effect, and flags and- evergreens were hung gracefully on the side walls. ; The company beg-an to arrive at nine o'clock, arid in the course of an hour one;of 'the largest : assem blies of the kind ever witnessed had gathered where, a few years ago,. tlie uututored savage roamed as- lord and master.' Sir. ' James Macgregor, manager of the. A.J.S.' .Bank, with tho Mayoress, led off- the ball, which went on, pleasantly until close upori-: daylight next mo...

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. BRISBANE, 30th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

EUROPEAN ITEMS. Biushaxh, 30 til AlT.IL. Tlio Jeddali brings news from London to Gtli March. A disquieting telegram rela tive to Indian famine lias been published in the Daily N~ews ; it says that the suffering and mortality in Eastern Tirhost are rapidly increasing ; thero were 18 deaths from famine iu four days in a village near Moyull'erphoroJ; tho cart transport is loss than half the con tractors estimate ; the gram supply js defi cient in the same ratio ; nearly y 0,000 per sons arc employed on the road relief works ; only 15,000 iu the. previous week ; an effort to relieve 1000 of the -weaker sufferers by cooked meat was frustrated, by refusals to accept food from persons of other castes ; the people preferred to starve on their wages, sweated by the peculations of native over seers. Tenders for £500,000 bills on India were received at the Bank of England on the 5th ; the amounts allotted hcre.are: — Calcutta, £195, '200 ; Bombay, .-S-ISOO. The new steamship Bothnia, the large...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 29TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

, 'AIELBO'CJKNE 'STOCK-1 -REPORT. Wednesday, 2!)th Ai'itir.. : ' /- 'Eat Cattle. — JOGJiheiUl forward, consist ?ing of good and heavy weight cattle.- Prices barely maintained last week's rates, The following were sold i— 307 bullocks,' Cobb & Co, 'a, -Maquarie, averaged' £10 10s!; 17G bullocks, MpEvoy's, Murrnmbidgee, aver aged £10 18s. Gd! ? ;?? ' ; ? Eat Sheep. — 14,200 head against 17,500 drawn for. Prices remained firm 'for good (jiialities, but for inferior a reduction tip' to Is. per head had to be submitted to. Trado took 10,200, country buyers 4,000. The' following ?were from' Riverina :r^-l, 400. wethers, Peppin & Son's, Wariganella, at, wo hear, 18s: j 2,378 cwe3 and wethers, Cobb' & Co.'s, at 9s. 3d. to 12s. '6d. Store Stock, — Market very brisk, ^ and sales as' follows' are' reported 8,000 ewes for' Messrs. Godfrey. & Chambers, at lis. p 2,520 ewes for Messrs. Lamb, Kiddle, and Dale, Steam Plains station, at 10s. Gd., be sides sundry other...

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MELBOURNE. May 2nd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

MELBOURNE. (FROM OCR OWN.COltnESrONDEilT.) Mav 2nd, 1,874. . ? - No event that occurred during. the 'elec tions gave such satisfaction tq^aJUclnsses and religionists -.as- ;the ^rejection -of Sir John O'Shannassy for. the patriotic constituency of Kilmore. His, successful opponent;; -Mr. Hunt, is the proprietor arid editor of thread ing local, paper, and a .member .of, the same church as Sir' Jolui. ' The case of Joachim settled Sir, John's . chances . in', the Kilmore .constituency, and relegated him to his bash ful retirement.! Mr. ? 'Hunt -read' theiwliole story of the crowbar brigade to the electors in Sir. John's -.presence, who sat and: bit' his ;lip; promising that the trial vat;-; Deniliquin would give the lie to ,all tliat had , beenr written on the subject ;''but it' didn't; and' the worthy knight has lost, -v'cry , considerably1-, in t public ' esteem. Amongst the. chargcs preferred was the violation of the. Sabbath' by g'oing to the selections of Joachim and forcibly tak...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874

T E LEGE APIIIC ' IT EMS. (into 51 THE DAILY I'AI'EIIS.) Loxdox, 24th April. — Tin; agricultural look-out b spreading. ntul a meeting to sympathise with the laborers hiw been hold at Kxeter Hull. Tho question of tin?-. Suijz Canal due? has reached u crisis; tin; toll* fixed by th--': International Commission were applicable to 2flMi .\priljM;ut tin; Canal Company notified to the Admiralty and tjui Hoard- of -Trade yesterday tliat such U not the erase ;' and that alt vessels, including Government ships cannot pa** through the Canal unless they pay theold rate?. Iioxjjox, -»jth April. — The failure of Messrs Whit worth, ofllaliiax, with liabilitieHamouutingto .£201)^)0!), ha* led to tiie suspension of three Yorkshire wuolstap.eis. Afv Jnlni lliiviiivt. Tiidinn nmivhnnL Manehester. hai failed with lia1)ilit.H«1£'20(»,0iW. Tin; stoannhip Somer setshire sailed on tlm&Jrdinst., hut. grounded in Plymouth lmrbon' the 1 damage she sustained is yet unknown. ? Arrive*!: Tweed, twin Mel...

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