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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

Ktacal Jnt«BIi^eiice. Tub Dkatu ol' thu Queen's Motiikk'." ?It appejiM somewhat strange ' tliat, tho government of this colony have notnsVyet takcu auy steps towards presenting to .'Uer, Majesty the Queen an address'of condolence on the death of thc Duchess of Kent.: Such an address was adopted in each house of the imperial legislature immediately, after the distressing event occurred; and asiinilar course has been pursued in in.iiiy of tho British dc,>cmIeiicics-?-V{ctoria for. ono?but tho government of .'.Queensland have' been utterly silent on tho'matter... Eveu.riil, tho levco on the 24th ultimo, it was noticed that no signs of .nuuiriiiiig, were, exhibited 'save thc scarf worn by the Sheriff, iud tho crape' mund tho arms of some ol' tho viilunleei' officers, audi if it bo, within.'thoJpurpose:76f the gbvernmeiitrtoinhke tuiy'demonstration at all, there is certainly no time to be lost about it. '-¦','¦ - ¦<itZl:-Zlyr'. y '¦*'"?*''""'' Action. FOii'LinKL'.W^o'unders...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

NEW SOUTH WALES Meeting of Cricketers.- A-meeting of the New South Wales Cricketers' Associa- tion was held at Cunningham's on the 3rd   ^',instant.: Tho,meeting was called to consider . .-the position iu which the several'clubs were ; .placed hythe recommendation of the Assem ¦. cly, and also to receive the report of a depu- tation to the Secretary for Lands, autho- rised to apply for a cricket ground in some convenient locality. Several sites had been named, but difficulties appeared in tho way ? of each of them. It was tho feeling of t1 c meeting that whatever ground was obi-VfUcd 'afc should be taken only upon s> ^^.g ' tenure, and then be thoroughly.'40t^W(j It ? waa considered that land a- A, ^[Q^ tj]0 «^fieke!wou-4^^SK as the metropo is ^Vconcorncd as it would tZ frTDP -»Met0 collect the necessary junas ior u ^ppor(. A resolution moved byMr.-W n;,Xeigh, seconded by Mr. Clay Jf^*. ^'jdit. carried unanimously, affirmed " "' Zwrib itSis meeting is of opinion that...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

THE COUKIEK , IS NOW PUBLISHED DAILY. , .Subscription ter Quaiitek :? In advance, 15s; Buring flit current quarter no charge will lc made to present Subscribers for the additional papers supplied._ Steam to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH, from the A. S. N. Co.'s Now Wharf, THIS MORNING, at IO o'cloolc. ^ Steerage Fares Seduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. !Steaiu to {Port Denison, Calling at Rockhampton. THE A.S.N. Co.'s Steamer EAGLE will bo de?p«,tch red foi- tlie above Ports on or _ Jabout FRIDAY, the 29fcb June. . For rate of freight and fares apply ot the Company's Wlmrf. :-,¦¦:¦ ' GEO. D.WEBB, ' Brisbane, 11th June. . Agent. For London. mHE brig^BESSIE, Al afc Lloyd's, X 600 tons burthen, Benjamin Davies, Commander, having a por- tion of her cargo engaged will meet with quick dispatch. S?oJd70Pfpj;Dton 1 ?** !¦!««"* j wit Hides 50s per ton of 40 J V ° ' For Freight or Passage, apply to WALTER GRAY & CO., Ipswich; or to J. & G. HARRIS, Brisbane; '6th May. 1861. £100 REWAE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

w ANTED, a FRENCH POLISHER. Apply Prince of Wales Hotel. w ANTIOD, a IsURSB GIRL. Apply lo Mrs CORNWELL. Qucen-stiwt, bri-Imho.' - t\l AN'TKD, a KEMALK StCUVANlV Apply "Vi, lo'. Mrs.. Piil'IilWON, KlisvibelU-Mroet, North fiiisliiuia. . .: ,., U/ANTIC D, a UOU.SliJlA.lD, for n Geritlo VI . mau'* Family,near Brisbane. -'Apply-to1 Mr. ARTHUR MAilTIN; Queen-.street'. ¦¦ --' " sTHD?A MARIUKD OUUl'LiU for, a Dairy Station, a short distancefrom' Hiisbano. Apply to A. Plil'llll1!, S^ur. ' ' \lf]v.\TI!D, a BOY ai APPRENTICE to the >>¦: Painting trade.'""Apply' tuO! SlIALLUILN, Kilzibi'jh-'vt.reet/' ' . '.' ' ".*'¦' '-,".. '.".,-.?-. W / ANl'l-U, u. MAN,, with jimaui.uiid.uart, to ' reniuvo earth hy, tho day. 'Apply io .Mr. HAl'SEL DUN, ott,' tho - ground,\ Edwur.d-streot, ¦ opposite Watson1* Boarding House.. .rJiTANTED, HEWERS, SAWYERS, and OAR-: W " INTERS;'. SHIPWRIGHTS preferred. Apply *'to .ROLT.'.?KE and MUNRO,! Contractors, Queensland Hotel, Br/rfaue. . WANTED, a respectable FEMA...

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GLADSTONE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GLADSTONE JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

GLADSTONE. .(FltOlIOUn OWN OOnilEsrONDENT.) ,l; ! ;-;¦ ..,-,-: , ! Gl.ADSTONKi JONB C. ;Mn... Macdonnell, Inspector of Sohools, paid ns a .visit by .tho. last steamer; Captain 'Collier,,' willi.his -.usual courtesy, delayed starting!, for! .'Jlqckhampton, so early: ns ho would oihonviso have, done,'iu order that .tho inspector, .might. examine :tho school children, ,rtud converso.wilh the local patrons. Hq expressed himself, J/bulieve, as much pleased^ with, tho present school housq and its;general..'arrangembnts, and, promised on his return,;tb: forward plans;for: the erection of a hew school-housoiuidrcsidenco. Other patron's wore also, added to tho committee. ' Mr.'Tillie,'Mr.. James Gibbon j-' and- other Brisbane, .gentlemen also madoatour nf in- spection, around -the neighbourhood, and weru; delighted,, will) the. beauly' of tho scenery anil.',- the evident: salubrity ;of the olitnutoi The Bay, !wJih its: immense nrea aud it's bqauiiful,,;islands, was1 ospooially at- tractive. ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

CENTRAL Prir.Tn'R.nnnnT Tuesday.?Before the .Police. Magistrate and Mr. E.lt; Drury. ;;:" ¦,. ¦¦¦ ? Tattler and, Thomas Swinbourno.were fined 10.V. each for drunkenness; or iii default, scntenccdto ,24-lmurs in the cells. ¦'" -i '¦' John Goldsmith,' having complied willi the.--.!regulations,- -was' granted a hawker's license. ¦" : '"'¦' ¦' ,; '" " ."'

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MARYBOROUGH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) JUNE 8, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

MARYBOROUGH. ¦ . -! ..,..". ¦ ¦:'!' hi (from oun own conitEsroNDnNT.), 21 " '; June 8,1801. ; m The thanks of this communily are duo to you, .Mr.; Editor, for tho -article whioh ap- pears., in jibe Courier of tho 28th ult. in reference to the conduct of tho government towards Mr.; Halloran. If your examination of the evidence leads you to tho conclusion that Mr. Halloran is n gentleman deserving tho sympathy and support of tho govern- ment, and as good or rather a better, ap-, poiutment than the ono ho held too long, I shall bo surprised. I rather incline to the belief that yo.u.'Wjlrhave an impression that such official conduct was eminently calcu-i lated to demoralise; a.icummuuity subjected torts baneful influence. Thc investigation into Mr. Ilallornn's .conduct was, howover; only one part pf the duty.of tho cominis sio'ners. Whore is their1 report'in'Chapman's .ease ? It may bo Said that sinco Chapman, was dismissed the ma'tior might safely, be1 dropped. Bear in mind, how.ever, ...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

(JUEEHSUNii PARLIAMENT. of .- ¦ LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [er- ' ..'... Tcesday, JoNu IItu. The Speaker "took, tho chair at twenty minutes past three, and read prayers. PAPERS, &e. Thc ATTORNEY-GENERAL laid upon tho table, raturus- mored for" by- tile ,hon.t member: for North brisbane (Mr.' Blakotioy)," iii connection with business done in thc Circuit Courts of Queensland. ' Also,' return's moved for by the hon. member for North, Brisbane (Mr. Cribb), of thu number of writs of summons, &c, &c, issued from tho Su- preme Court during tho past year.' On thu motion of Mr. BLAK.ENfiY the returns moved-for hy him woi'o ordered to be printed. RESIGNATION OF MR. MACALISTER. The SPEAKER reported that ho had re- ceived the resignation of ono of tho hon. members for Ipswich, Mr. Macalister, and ' that it would therefore bo necessary for lum to issue a now writ, REFUSAL TO ATTEND A SELECT COMMITTEE. The COLONIAL TREASURER, in ac- cordance with the 108th clause of the stand- ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, (THIS DAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

fcEGiaiiATiVE assembly; .','. AVEDXisDAy, (Tins Day). -08 1 C' iBOVEnNMBNT UITSIN'KSS?NOTICES OF MOIIOX. \ ,;Bv; Mr.llERBERT to 'm'ove^Tliat Mr. Pitzsimmons jj.ijTiehappolnted- a 'Member of the Joint Stock Com "!,,' jiiifctpos for tho -management and superintendence ^'1 pf flie! Parliament Buildings and of the Rafresh ; Mlieilt Rooms, in phiee ol' Mi: Macalister resigned;' '-"'ilhd thiit such appointment bo notified to .the' Locislatlve Council by message..- ? ' ..' '¦ '' "?¦'<'Mr.1 Herbert to move,?That Mr. Moffat be.ap ".-.'pointed 'a Member ol' 'the .Slandliig Oi'dirsiCom ¦;. tnittoe in place of Mr. Macalister,'resigned;,; ,-,'i : Mr. HsiuisnT lo move,?That 'Mr! Blukchey be ,,appointed Chairman of Committees duniig the pre '''sentParliament. . ;.-¦:¦¦?¦.,?.'.? -\ ;'";¦-.- : .?/.,.'. ,ooverxs;f.nt dimness?orders or iiie day. ;., ; ''/'Real Property Bill: Second reading; -'' '"" "' " '/Civil Service Bill: To he. considered in committee. v"!' Coroners' Bail Bill: Second r...

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BRISBANE DIOCESAN CHURCH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 June 1861

-^BRISBANE iDIOOESAN 'CHURCH ?i,,-,^-,..,.--!. ;n ''^SOCIETY. ¦?' ' ,' PuitsuAS*'''tO,:annbpncemont, a public meet-, 'lng^ivaSiheld'ycs'terclay: morning, ,in the :St. John.'s'^hoplrpom,;for:tho purpose pf inau gurfltingrthij Brisbane Dioccsaii Church So- briety. - About fifty persons - wero present. ?^hejorpceedingSiliavihg been opened by tho delivery of prayers! by the Kev. Mr. Mosely, and-singing. tho:100th Psnlui,.' ' The Chaikman-(Mr., Justice .Lutwyche) said'tHat' ho felt it.to be .a ?reat pleasure and a great.privilege-to, presi^^ lng.v!They^batV'b'e'en7.brought .'.'.together- for 'tW'fifst'time'asja S'opibty distinct from;the tiipeftso^'pf Ne\\Vc"asftrb,.',',. Tbe"(objocts bf the TSp'cipty theyiWero 'mqt;.toiinangui,ttto..\vere-r 'J^hOim'djntpnan^e^fi clergy.;-.? 2, !tbe- oiec 'ti6fr6pf 'ijhurch buildings; ,3^ the -promotion gfji'ejl'qcation -j*, 4, -.'.-.circulation^- of books; indjjS, iiheri support of'missions.;': Of these there; were two objects which lie conceived tb bej...

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THE "WEST END." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

THE'» WEST'-END'" i:',u'!t!'j' ¦ Stit;?-The vice-regal sp'oe'ch' at.thb'suppsrjJ of the'Race Ball/ in which'1 'Sir'/Q-'eofg'd'dc'-1 sigriated'tlip' good -town'of Ipswich as'." the1 <lvest end "of- t'he'rn'etrb'nblis-'pf'.QneensJh'nS)"'', ;was"-:a':'inost impressive''andctia|h)irigYorri-' .pliment, and must havd'had-a very'sbpthirig'', ?.effect''rip'bn the' ¦srb>ifs'1'bf. 'tKdu'ass'e'.mbiyJ: iriecessarily ihiich depreysea'fi'omith)e'fsu'd(16'ri";| ^retirein'eht:ihto(pri vate'life W''^ .represontativo ;(and unlike complimcftVar'y^ addresses 'bf- 'a 'similar riat'ufe,'/was'perfectly' .?true in moro instances tliafa one/'bein^an';': 5; undoubted ?':gebgrapliibal.:''faijt/"an'd' 'Having '| l,Scripture'!autliority' tha't'the'ioisejrn'eri came frpiri'tbe'east;'/ v;i;!Ji,-';.i"^ :»'";i'M'| ---j: i ?'? ¦;., itfii's. much'to jbd regr'ettc''d;tKa't:ILJ'EXdid-' pot i favour ''th"d'rconipariy. toitJh'&.v&rW'fronY' ;the bld^cCtta^e'cli'ant'iof^ v:\ yvi\T1.,"°;'')!y&g...

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Letters to the Editor. THE MARYBOROUGH ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

Jbeiievm to lite Edltopv THE MARYBOROUGH ENQUIRY. 1 Sin,?I cannot refrain from thus .publicly' thanking for your leader of the 28tn 'ult.'," bearing on tho above enquiry;1 It will be a niatterof1 little consequence to Queensland what sort of government :sW has, or what sort of an Assembly she has, if she is blessed with' an honest, free, and independent press.' If you carry out your purpose of going into and examining tins case, as exprosscd in that leader, the ends pf justice will be more effectually met, and truth will morecon 'spicuously triumph, than if lt: had1 been1 taken up and discussed by the Assembly. Mr. Goro echoing, ¦¦ and the Colonial Se- cretary re-echoing, that' " Mr.. Halloran is giving satisfaction in his new sphere "' must curl the lip of every .honest, man witt,.a' smile of contempt. What lias. that, .to,: dd with tho past? Mr. Halldrau' will ndt be, such a'fool as to pursue at Warwick: the .course ho pursued at' Maryborough. Tt;'is! amusing to hear the Colonial ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

TO OUR AGENT8. OUR AG ENT3 will please to bear In mimi the USUAfj STATEMENl' of ACCOUNTS, to be made up to the 20th of the present mouth, and forwarded to this Oillce by the .'iOtli. TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS are reminded that tlio price of the Courikb per quarter is now FIFTEEN SHILLINGS, to be paid In advance. (AGENTS wil please lo note the above.) TO ADVERTISERS. " WE must again call attention to the rule of our Office, vic, to insert NO ADVERTISE- MENTS from nou-BubJoribernuukfii accompanied Vj int CASH, . SUMMARY FOR EUROPE. mpE COURIER'S usual monthly Sum JL mary, for transmission by tho next Eng- lish mail, will be published ou SATURDAY next, ao as to allow of their being posted in duo time by residents in Ipswich, Price, Fourpence each. Posted to any part of the world for Sixpence, or for a yearly subscription of Five Shillings.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY (THIS DAY). ORDER OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TiruasiUY (This Day), order or Tim nAv. Cemeteries' Regulation Bill.- to be considered in committee

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

y JLornl Intelligence. Imported Rams.?The Telegraph brought to our port thirty imported rains, .which had been transhipped in i Syd- ney from the German vessel Alster, and which have been.-brought to this country .for, and at the expense of,...Charles Coxen, Esq., of Daandine. These lams were selected in Germany from the instruc- tions ot Mr. Tanner, who has boen for some years a resident here, with a special view to the requirements of this district, and we understand that they are fully up to that gentleman's expectations. The fleece com- bines, in a remarkable degree, strength, firm- ness, and length of staple?the qualities most in request in tho homo market; and as the duo combination of these qualities is the greatest deficiency in our wools, most of them being deficient in length and strength. Such importations as these are very valuable, adding both to tho weight of the fleece and to the value per pound. Tho rams were landed in excellent condition after their long voyage. The...

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THE PETITION OF HIS HONOR MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE TO THE QUEEN. TRANSMITTED ON OCTOBER 4TH,1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

THE .petition op. ins HONOR mr. ¦JUSTICE LUTWYCHE TO;THE -QUEEN. _TiuNSMiTTEn on Octouer-Ith,'1801', To thc-Queen's'Most Excellent Majpstyi /'. Tho 'Petition of Alpiied 'Jambs Peteu Lui-' wyche, ionb' of your Majesty's -Counsel;'. :, learned,in.tho Law, in tho'coloriydf New i South Wales,;and solo Judge of the. Su ;;, promo Cpurt'ru,-,the; colony of Queensland, Humbly Siieweth:¦?¦-.. ' ¦-¦ ¦-'< >?¦'" :.', That on-tho 21st day of February; 18o9, bis-' .fire tho separation-of the district of Moreton Bay. from tho colony : of, Now South WnlcS, - 'your Petitioner, having previously1, filled stho' 'bfilccs: pf; Solicitpr-Goncral .and Attorney-' 'General iii New Spjith Wales; waa appointed' by a /Ooriimissibn; issued .in , your -Majesty?s; nnirip, to lip ii Judgq.of :tlip Suprcino/Gpurt of, that'cblbny/siibjebt tb'thc coiulitidn pf resiit ing iii; nnd'acting hs' thc'judge of tTid Supremo' iCotn-tbfMbrotbri,Bay.,: /"' : ' ',!,'//.,;'' 'T' ,/ Tliat your'''Petitioner hy thc'gra...

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weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

Weekly Cnlendnr. Hob Wira ii Busunk. Date. Jane, 13 14 IS 1G 17 18 19 Horn, 2 28 3 18 4 8 4 SC 5 43 C 38 7 20 2 52 3 44 4 34 5 20 G 10 7 0 7 54 Son. G so G so G 50 6 50 G 51 G 51 G 51

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. Abuttal and DETAaTOBEOf Maim at tho General . ' Post Ofllce, Brisbane. Auburn... ? ... Callandoon (Gundawinda) Casino and Grafton ' j a. Cleveland ; ... ".; ?>. Condamine ¦ j .*. 'Af _.'.. Dalby .... ...- ... . Drayton... Gayndah ... . ? -... ¦ Gladstone ... ? ... Ipswich ... ' ... Ifsyburn... ... . ? Mog*ilt ... Nanango Marlborough ... Maryborough ... ; ... Maryborough Rockhampton and Vort Denison Surat and Yarrow* Taroom... ,.«"-.» Toowoomba Warwick - ~ Westwood and Nulalbin ? MAILS CLOSE AT BKISBAlfE. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at S p.in. Monday at 1.30 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday nt 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m., and Friday at 1.13 p. m. Tuesday at 1 p m. . By steamer every alternate Tuesday. Daily at 1.30 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. By steamer Hank, 3 times a week. Tuesday at 1 p.m. By steamer anly evory alternate Tuesday By steamer every alternate Tuesday ?Via Ipswich and Nanango on Tuesday at 1 p.m.. By steamer every alternate'Tuesday Monday nt 1 p m. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

THE FRIEND OF ALL! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. NERVOUS DISORDERS. WHAT is moro i'enrfnl than a breaking down of the nervous sysloni 1 To be excitable or nervous in a smull degree is most di.1tre3.sing, for where can a remedy ho found ? Thoro is one: ?drink but little wine, beer, or spirits, or fur bettot, notio; take no coffee,?weak tea being preferable; get all tho fresh air you omi; take three or four pills every night; oat plenty ol solids, avoiding tho use of slops ; and if these golden rules aro followed, you will he happy in mind and strong in body, and forget you havo any nerves. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. If thoro is ono thing 'more than another for which these pills are so famous it is their purify- ing properties, especially their power of olcansing tho blood from nil impurities, and removing dan- gerous and suspended secretions. Universally adopted as tho ono groat remedy for female complaints, they fiever fail, never weaken tho system, and ahvavs bring about what is required SICK HEAD...

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LIBERUM VETO. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

LIBERUM VETO. We do not altogether share the confidence expressed by most of our contemporaries that the paragraphs in the Queen's speech relating to the United States will be favour- ably received in America. The Americans have hitherto seemed desirous of exciting sterner emotions than sympathy in the European Powers, and would, perhaps, havo preferred silence to anything resembling commiseration. But, whatever effect it may produce on the other side of the ocean, her Majesty's language faithfully represents the feeling of the English people. There is j | hardly a dissentient from the wish that the American differences may bo susceptible of arrangement. Wo venture to affirm that *t I their virtual unanimity on this point is [ creditable to Englishmen. It is one proof, ' among hundreds, of the baselessness of the B t calumny which so many Continental politi a clans delight to repeat, that England never lt cares for the affairs of other countries, ex- cept SR h. fts they may concern ...

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