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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

FOOTBALL. The first annual meeting of the Fitzroy Albcrts Football Club waaleld on Thursday April 6llth at thý lallaraut Tavern, BrUinnsiwick .tro AL . 5lout tlir-y ,nbns|- .o. - tbhechairberingtakenl?ly C. Johnston 1Ens1. The proceedings commenced with the election of otfiec-bearers for the ensuing seaon. and resultedas follows :-President, J. MI'3ahon Esq.; Vice President, C. Johnston Esq.; Captain. W. Amlerson: Vice Captain, D. Todd ; Secretary, L. Harrison ; Tra.?urer, G. Hiumnberstotne. Aftern a vote ofthanks to the office-bearers thie neuting was brought to a close. a e. MAT?i FOR THIs liAY. Fitzroy Juniors v. W. J.I. Stanley, in the Richmond l'addock. Juniors team :-Clody, Burke, lBrown, Clements, Clifton, Defries, Anticott, Evans, Ri Greaves, lHellings, Ladd, Lever, Muir, Menan, Mcllroy, Mills (2). Robinsonn, Tinrer, Wetoter. SUitzroyAlhertsv. Union Jack 2nd. On thle ground of the former. Allbrts team- Anderson (capt), Todd, Ilarrison, lHumber. stone, Toms, Kelly, Tobin, Gra...

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A SCENE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

A SCENE IN COURT. At the Fitzroy court on Thursday a young man named Curry was prosecuted for in sultingbehavioura nd threateuinga osmtable. Two members of the police force gave evi dence in support of thie. charge, and both mentioned that a civilian witnessed the be haImriour and heardl thle language coumplained of, anl that lie (thle civilian) assisted in over powreiugandlandculling theprisouer. When the exmanination of the constables haid been conculuded, Sergeant Rennie said, 'That is the case your worships.' MIr. Lyons, who was defending Curry, at ounce asked the question, "Where is the civilian; are you not going to call him Y' The reply to the lantter question was in the negative. Mr. Lyonsatheu said, " Well your worlhips I think it would be moro satisfactory to have some independant evidence. We all know that there is an 'esprit de corps' that leads members of the force to-to-. Sergeant Rennic, 'Thatisa very improper observa tion to nake and you ought to be ashamedl of yours...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

CRICKET. An annual match w'as playecd on thie Fitz roy Cricket Ground on thLe 21It ilst, be tween M'essrs. Oldfield and Lindley's em. loyes, and those of Messrs. Anthony, which resulted after a good battle, in favor of the former. The scores were 138, for S wickets ; as against SS. The highest scorers for the winners, were Abbey RI, and O'Hanlon 345, not out ; for thoe vanluishcd, Anthony was top scorer with 27. The bowling on both sides was excellent.

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THE STAGE. [?]JOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

nt r THE STAGi E, Tihe olt?gr?.TSh rnoer rerac Teeolo gave u" Engish recidSefi-u of ?-ri' Plffe? t opera .ItTrtgteoree o a Mo y?t xllN'?tntw day aviegting. T4ie 1io109 Thug wedi patio. Tlhe or yhtr ast uh?.noder was gooso, . a tiesrl well auotained. ?le aojtig anod ianging of Miss Montague and Signora Ye nosta were excellent and were deservedly aop lau edIl. Miss Wiiamsin was aels goes he Messrs. Shlnnon, Trlncr, Gordon nod Farley, ably sustained their severvetnl,.; Moerse. Turner .lrn Frloy heihS ipc~1~Cely Cppoauoet;'"'T?iu horuses were executed in thorough aconl and with fine effect., The orchestra was mlder the able ltot, of Mr. Leon Carion anrd didl ull jstice to his leadilg. .On W'dlnesday and"e Tl lsdav evening, the 'lbohclnian Girl! was g?utvic to a wel ille,nh e th siev?lo render nit'tlpsityeen by Signor. aVeeostsa Methe only change in ante. The opera iwa well rendered throughout it night * I1 Trovatoree' was aain given ?. .'" t repeated to-ue. . ' Therehave beengosl heuses...

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FIXTURES FOR THE SEASON. FITZROY ALBERTS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

FIXTURESJ FOIL THE S1Z\VO\t FIT71LOY ALBERTA FOOTBAlLL CLUB.. CBata I j. b I qlo.ndL .pril.... 1,UnioB Jack ud.. ..l ¢IIdond I'NldoCi Ma1 25r...: ¢ CarltonGo ioaor, 5lol Junlr lotlothr ros .Rihod adc Juno...... .9S1; Kil- Ab : ,, 1I;El.ncr.Id~hI7j AlboaAllwtt I ,k. Ju.e~ ..1 ALI Lb font Unio Rc d d S lolan uiors 15ýlgnUnon 12ý Carlton UroBBBBIBF 011 00o1drhiII Alberts AuB1st....5 5TIdOO1I . IBýSoBOIBB CrOB IBILI Fauknr 11 septauboo St. lIciI1o Aloka 11. IoBKlL. EtinLuon . iricc Oa 1ai °.a1BI1 Fread. . . FaElerallI 11111

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

SPORTING NOTES. NorSns.-Sccrotaries of Football Clubs are infonolo that fixtures for the season will be inserted free of charge in the Crr1 P'is?, aold, if desired, will be reprintled on carls for the members, at a trilling cost. All sporting notes msnt be in by Thursday evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

GOVER.NMENT ° AUCTIO EIE?RS. NOTIXE OF REIIOYVAL . IVe be" to informrr our nunmro paons and the Public in gcn.raul that we have Removed our O fice (Icmporarily) to No. 77 BRUNSWICK STREET, Arear Gertrude Streed, and have Opened an AUCTION ROOM at Nos. 45 and 47 FITZROY STREET, B'eiug more central and commodious, at which we will con linuc to hold cur IVeckly .Sales by Auction on AMondays at Two o'clock. WVe also wishk o notify that we have takcn into Co-partnershiA;b .iJ: Chas. C. Steed, and have obtained the scr- vices of a Solicitor and Surveyor int connection wit/l the Fit'rm, in consceuncue of which the Legal Agency and Survey Branch, as well as the Auctioncering Deparltente will be more LCffc tually carried out, to the bcnefit of our clients. Trusting to meet with as good stfpport in the future as we have been accorded in the past. ItVc remain. YJour obedient servants. ED!IVD. LANGH/ORNAE & CO. Auctioneers, Legal & Insurance Agents. 77 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

EDWl 1) TL0 '(1 NE & Co., 1iooloo oooI', l'olo0rl~l~'onI0 d I)0CI.OIOOO prRealtt ý" Ilnir-drcrralsn d 'I dolLecoaiat 1laalnora, e"· 13 yliooon 13 ym. Low rooft, good trod. Two".ooroy brick louse, 4 ooannalktoboio, 9210. Hoel 1; ooms, lo00log £230. Two lhopslS dwellslbga, :3 by 9i fj 100. Land, loloobnelridk.aot, 10 ~by 9001, 420 per font. , So Sbone, Housooe, Atblsousatrect, lifiv oomoos, tamble, l3ft, by 12ft., £8001. .V 0rorry vwoo oalN\3nl olon0llrr , 0001, 20., stock at Valllrtiwr,. O GIoad'.llu Two twnoalnonorey' uloc, balonny naduvanla dnl, Ornonvostrcot, £1100. Fonronooniml bosasasod land, 1in 110000 and Chnrlnoesltoons..palon £030. Loonl In Iellatart, 10 IUn. Nor foot-y. Fondly Hlitel, 15 rooms, blllinnl talde; and stab, Io,( rent £)84 lion ynots' lnao. In Itouao an oool, sia roons, Ononatoant, 20 by 1 "t, 16000 Snug e, 4 rnonom 171 by 100lL.,2o0. North 7110. Block b~o1, St. Icorgubnornad, 3&17 10l0t. brc a, IS by 1oOfttrO3SS 7. Houauj room 181111., Aibortlat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

I[PjERnAL CLOTHING COMPY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, OploRito Wesleyan Church, And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. 1A FRIEND TO T'IIE WORKING MAN. AND 11IS FAMILY; i.lNao ueoutuccd lle? s.tsa at the bove anllrct, tillsn Culpoanty Inotend, to supply lto ila o t le. o atof this )ltrlot ail tilh srroanltig locanltle a with rcalytnwda Cloth. Ins at Awi tl ]l t ln. ?' r ., oro attempted. Every ortloo will It of their owl, Bosang ta, oL S1i s fr1" arnd ' rKSmIAN 10r UA I6t.d.TI" iTh Taut tlncr ItooctI of ttho lualsoa l is Ilol"r toha lervtlroto of a ?aoorc.r.wr rrrlt, omlt a porfeot fit mnl carktplrto atlsfaotion may bi rclled on. to tins bmuohl also, agr?t riectlovll on rais currant alsowoero wil fu made. tidet attuctlot will e pahl to th deasirs otand relulrenmeth of ulatomors, alnl tho ,dhdlo will fla It lgroatlyto thoir dvatgo to o accord n theor patromage, whlich oo iaol will provo. r C Bol'e and Youths' Sltts from.12s.6. .Trousur and Veuts from lo. 64. Inltckerbookors . • ' s. 64., Saoc o...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, APRIL 29th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

SATURDAY, APRIt. 20th; 18982. PARLIaMlEst is once inole tn se'ioii, and an im portant one it is likely to be. .A presage of this lhas beon given in the qoestiosi with which the miniastors have been flooded. . These cover a very large surface, and troench on thb Imolicy of the country.. Although they have been anoswered it is not likely that the subjects will be allowed to drop,. aid something fhrther is suro to be heard of them. Tho position of tho members is also interesting, 50 indicating the support which the ministry canl count on. The corners aro inconveniently crowded, iwhilo the afraight following on either sii)o l sot vycry oxtensive. The ininstry?to all p appigrmgef ero as btiroig as bve, and.thoingl? the straight :conservative party do not plug. thelm si?ves smider the Premici s dulirecIon lhe, of comi , counts on. theoir 'supjort in mltors' of policy, anld in questions where lie has the liberal party opposed to himi. .Mr. Berry still heads, thi op1 position withl Mr..Patt...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER I. THE [?]S NEST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

OUR STORY T><, ..LI "i, a " ---- -4 - '- - " ,I h b0ONS CURtIE 3i. l rIto • fIIPT1ult I. . TIIo Int.ll'o xwt. till Ina iho iohmlow ofI horoe IOtOuoo that|a Onc0 sototeo,, tlho theIOns, Aod within slglht 00' of tOtto r -headled glnot i'toWtdott, st"ads le8 the oow twroottIhonts, torworitof, of.lyo000 it Inuito, the t ertgo of oýot?llfoo roIk, o r .,. roto ,doedi lto too ofniicife t Ioew -t -i '. r oo,?,t Of ile oel o , nlo boo gro f ' ielh whie, ou'r , ? ,lto otceie moIrlllted al o ! .orofiooto"'e tit o 1fntce toro ld ......... ,oto f 't race Unlke mny o one mee~t voucr.. ,J oiorf aohd lfoootftl 00000 fot1rOa it ink, not ItrotoilO tl,'f , ,,, to tfa ' loto tooyo, i,. cIovr? . the oI touch of 'Pioto ofttedo it ithor oisohliof worn , ihkly noll cnroflly 'rolivlt atou thr i c'lout of -I.1yttvowr nto tto flooo oor soryoty rlomuuwnm ,.0 .It' ?i alf o ptel prOportioll It" o trosgoog d alotoottot t.ihptttfo lo, t o went, cuotru.io foart,o'roft hIfhl: wtllsthotl I' 000n" atrife...

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THE SATIRIST. "Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, Wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

THE SATIRIST. By SUees CIQUEr_ ' atire should, like a pollshed rezr, keen, Wound with a touch time is scarcely flt or eclo The ready wit of neweboysn is a natter of tc notoriety, and those who enter into a contest with them generally come off second best. A r certain captain of volunters wase waiting for a train at the Spencer-streetStatioe on Satnr day evening, whlen the newsboys discered Il that he " had not got no news pcr," so they sorroonllded him as the flies did poor Rcy- r narln lc Idroethem all off bitt one. who was detenninel to sell him the - CIrm Pl'nv. As a last resort, the captain cr'el out, in up parent despair, " I can t read a wo l, I tell you, o he obff!" "Canl't read" ejacula?ltd the newsboy. cocking one eye at him: "can't read, ch ! Well, now, old fellow, I'll nil n yer. 'Ere's a 'llillustratedl'-just look at al the pictures! You needn't remli a word- them pietnures speak to the commonest un dcrstalding." The captain, allrit a soldier t of undoubted courage, surr...

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ELECTRICITY AND PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

ELECTRICITY AND PHOTOGRAPHY. BI" J.E.H, That electricity is the herald of a new en in the world's history is now beyond a doubt. In a twofold sense, it may be said to pene trate with its luminous beams the dark cor ners and hidden places of the earth. It is, in its various applications to commeere as well as science, ass agent opening up fresh fields of enterprise and conferring, by its powerful assistance, a great loon upon man kind, as well as a superseder of the old illa minmtor gas, whose sickening light pales be side it, as the pale moonbeaams before the majestic light of day. But many as are the ses and parposes to which it has been ap plied, there is every reason to believe that moat of its nast have yet to be dliscovereed, and the result of experiments that are being made almost every day, tends to show that it will he years cre its true value is nnailed. One of the latest developments of the electric light, is its application to photogra phy, a dlisovery for which the world...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 24TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Raven, and Ren[?], J's.T.") DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENE. t FITZROY COURT. (Befoire esrs. Robb R pven .a I.? DRU.NK AL DISOKOEniLYo. James Windward, Benjamin Howard, Mary Brown, Mathew Pierce and William Harrison, were charged with the above of fence. Windward was fined 10s., with the option of 48 hours, and Howard atn QOBrie? .,, ,citim the alternative 'of; 24"hburs im prisdniuent: l'ierce and Harrison wore cautioned and discharged. IssULTIrnG EIiAnvo , &BC. A young man naned James Curry was presented or insulting behaviour in a publi pL-, and r.lso ilhrgedl.."itth resiutn'th p?.lies i'thlt ekotiito.i biflier"'lr city, 1r: 1yns, who appearled for the delofeno, naked for renmand to enable his client to subpina witnesses. The Bench remanded the accused for seven days. oirCErE LAcnUAG, ; Ajcýnaaard James Jaeson was prose cutd?iy the polieo for ?sn use of ob tenye language titlin the hearing of the public. The-evidence was conclusive' and the prisonerwas hfined'cOs ' ltl fig tppi t u. - "SThfLr'LC?L LA.OGUAe. Dllll...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 25th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Peters, Barnett, Eade, Levens and William Kidney, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

COLLINGWUOO) COU?MT, TuaSODAY, ArnIL 25th. (Before the Mayor, and .Messrs. Peters, Barnett, Elde, Levens and William Kidney, J's.P'.) DI:RKSi AD DISORDERnLY. Tile only drunk and disorrly was ferocious looking individual rmlncd Walter - Shields. l ;s flined is.l with thl lic option of twcety-fpur'lioni: . INSULTING BEIIAVIOR. Elizabeth George and Peter Regan were eharged with insultigu behaviour in a public placeo. Constabotle Westeott depose that at a quarter to opeeo'clock on Satunray qo ni~l Sm4tsstrsetens wer r inookmg at window shutters and otherwise misconduceting them selves, further that they both made use of most obscene and disgusting language. - Six previous convictions were proved against Gcorge and ono anoinst Regan. By a ma jority of the Benle i the prisoners were now lined £10 each, or in default tel?ce months hnprisoenoent. A 'LLEUIoEDnBURGLAs AND LARC1NT. A young man runed William Manson was charged wtih burglary and larceny. MIr. Lyons appeared for the defence. Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN.. -_ S T. N E W t' M A N . Pastry Cook, CONFECTIONER AND CATERER, 175, IIRUXSiVICK STREET. Weldings, Soirees, and Picnics supplied. A Large variety of Wedding Cakes always i On d11hnd. Importers of Wedding-cake Ornaments. . C I . p'i L.'E.. 70, SMITHI STREET,... PASTRY COOK• And .. . cONFE, C.TrONX-E R, Club Souials; Tea MIeetings' Picnics, and W'ecddinglBrcakfasuta Catered - for at . PRICES THAT DEFY C)itMPETITION. BRID)IE CAKES: -ELLIES k ad_ Made to Onlder. . E P It R S S E R, FAMILY., BUTOHI.R, - (Late with W. Alexander, Gertrideastreet,) Corner of ' NAPIERamu LITTLE CHILARLES Stevelrs. £50 REWARD. t IO Anyone who oun Sell Cheaper than at S J. MOSS'S, Fruit and Vegetable Market, 75 Gertrude-st. Opposite Iboland's Chlanlpion Hotel. Fruit and Vegetabls guaranteled fresh froit the garden every morninug. All orders delivered free, within :2 miles of shop. A trial solicited. M J. MOSS, 75 GlmrrUmEn:-ir.Tme-r, FrrZo. (Late of Smith-street.) S F E N. T O N, . FAMILY GROC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

EDWRInt"AlNGHUBil X± Ut W 7; BRUNS \S t IT 1 HI AViF li ciem ? enlned perties r l ad buillneses for side, on cosy" tclciv Fitzroy, Hair-dressersand Tolbacconist ]siness, es tablihlid l15 yars. Low rent. good trade. I Two-storoy brick house, 4 rooms and kitcllen, £210. lotel, L?3 roo;p oing £1.50. Two sllops A dcllngs, .30 by 6 IL ;I100. Land, lnurL wi? .street, 10 by 0Ift.,,£20 per foot. Stone Housce, h lson-street, 0l'e rooms, stable, 3.':ift bfylB2ft. ?-0. Grocery wood and coal buslinlss,rent, 12s., tock at raliumtim. Good trade. Two two-story buses, hIal.o.ny and ocran dah, Grceve-stree, £11011. Four-roomoal houses atl land, in T orge and Charlos-stree"jEfric £1.30. Landl in Ile-sll eet;r £10 us. per fool Fanily Hotel, 15 rooms, hilliartdblec, and stabling, ren tl50, five year.n'-lease. In going £500. "0 ' House and laid, six roomus, ore-street, 20 by' ll 'feet, 1:600. Sng,1-1g0, a4 rooams, 17 by 104ft., £250. -A-J North FitLroy. Blok- ofland,l St Georgo'-road, 53 by looft lrik c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

IMPERIAL CLOTHING COMPY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, Opposite Wesleyan Church, And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO THE WORKING MAN AND HIS FAMILY. AVIN(; cei0meneed- busineas at the nlano addrenn, this Company intends to nsupply l the residents of this Disatrict and'the surrooading Localitiea with ready-mode Cloth ing at LowEon ItTTAs than ever before attempted. Every article will be of their own nmanufacture, STTLE and WuVclKMANSIPor GrUArANrTcEEo. Tile TAl:aarr:;. It.?LCc of tile buainess is under tile supervision of a CoIrt?'r5T CcrrEa, andl a iPrfect fit and comnplete satisfaction nsy be relied on. In thin branchl also, a great reduction on rates current elsewhere will be nmde. Strict attention will be paid to the desires and requiremncnt of customers, and the puldie will find it greatly to their advantage to accord no their' patronage, whiclh one trial williprove. Boy's and Youths' Suits from 12s. Gd. Trousers and Vests from 10s. 6d. s.. . Sac Coats .... ,, , 155. ALL GOOD...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, APRIL 29th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

SATURDAY, APRIL 9th,L:18S2. Pi .~LiiEmA T is once more in sessioli, and an important one it is likely to be. A presage of thig has been give"i in the questions with which the munistes have becen flooded. These cover a very large surface, iand trench on the. policy; of the country. :Although they- have been answered itt Is not likely that :the subjects.wili-id allow?f.. to drpp . and something ftirtliei is sure to' be h·eiard of them. The'posltion of the mem?bers is also interesting,ii as indicathig ! the iuipport whicli tlhe ministry can". edunt on.i The. cornersi are :inconveiiently crowded, while the straight following oe.either side is not veiry extensive. The miJiistry'to all appealraices are as strong as:ever, and thougli the straight conser ative iparty do iot place them selves uiider the Preuier's rdirection he, of course, counts on -theiri support in msttel gf policy, ,iil: in qqestions 'where lie IRs thehiheral ;pasty opposed to hinl. Mr. Berry still leads the op position w...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER I. THE EAGLE'S NEST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 April 1882

OUR- STORY TELLER: .ioxsA'sIC?uSsE. . :rmE EAULE . .SES .' In the shadow of those-mountains thatt once slielteredlthe Druids, and within sight of the hoary-headed giant Snowdon; stnds I the now ruine house; or castle, of LlynvawT. Builtoin the't'cre of a' precipitous rock,; and surronided by a mgnificient trees-the ranantbf one of the'oaken greves' beneath whiechoir British aneceaters s-crificcl and worshlippl--it once presented. an. imposing aplrearnee: 'Unlike nanyeofeoirmtest veuer ahle and beantiful Ihildibg',-it hal trot been ouffered to fall into decaye. Whenever the touch of Time'affectel it, the mischief- was ,q?uickly l. carofnlly repaired; and the Catle of Llynva-r, at. the time our story comtmences, arose in its stately proportions as strong," and almost as impregalble, as when;, centuries before, it had withstood m v a fierce attack. . ~\~lhen good'Quieen Anne ruled over lng land aind thei principality, Llynvawr uas the abode ofnadescendant of the Tudor, lwho hIad. howev...

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