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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST Sydney, June 15, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

TO. THE EDITOR O01 T'IHE COLONIST Sydney,.June 15, i.85. MR. Ei?roRn, .--The other day I returned:from a journey of some two: hundred and fifty miles into the interior, and in my perigrinations I must have; travelled in aig-zag. directions-backwards andorwards---a' distance .of at least from seven to eight hundred miles ; and from having arrived lately from ,thp, mother-country, I have probably :taken an erroneous v.iew of the state of things. in regard to the interest that the rulers here take in matters of religion, which you. perhap?. may be able: to clear; up. but from Campbelltown (al.r . thouighI am told' there is a place of worship at Bongi4-Bo,) I could not perceive the semblance ofa church in all my wanderings. I would ask His Excellency the Governor if the duty of the itome Government has ended when they have emptied the Jails of their wre.tched inhabitants and shipped them to our shores.-f-lardly a day passes but we hear of murders and robberies in every part of the colon...

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TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER. 28 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

TO THE EILTOR ,OF ,BELL'S .NEWV WEEKLY , MESSEN.GER. .28 .Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square. Sxa,--The professed.friends of the established church ;have. been very, busy in. sending round thispari'sh a printed declaration for signature, setting forth .the' attachment of .the parties. signing, to the Establish ment,; and giving it as-their opinion, that the -Union -of 'Church and' State has been' the cause-of all*the _nation's -prosperity. 'aving 'been served with.drie, I -declined signing it; 'but .,returned- it accompanied -by the following reasons :-''. Theo object of the gen 'tlemen engagedtin;circulating this. declaration, being, .doubtless,- to ascertain thestate of public feeling,on this. important subject, I feelocalled upop:to.state my - reasons for .declining to signthesame. ".lst. ,,Because I 'think the hnion of Church and 'State :has been 'the very reverse in its' effects of that stated in the' declaration inistead of havingbien the cause of all our prosperity I: conceive it...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

COLONIAL, PRODUCL AN11)1 t MANU4PCTIIES I e, per hhd h ..... ....... .. : i: p r gall.. .... .............. . . 0 2. ir, bottle, per doieun...... ..'. .. .-w. 0 ; ; .Ashes, Mangi'ove, per bushel....0. O 1' 8,; . ; 00-' i tco ,. perlb. ..... .".. : .... ;.' : 7 .;.: 0' ' 0 : l k fimklliOsa, per:tonr .. -.. 0 .. . ',1 ) iSeer, ptr hhd ......... ....:. ... 2 4 ;0 ..' ?3. 0 '. per : gall ?. . ;...... . . .? -. , 1Iscuit, peri wt. ................ 0 . '1 l3lishkets, per p dir t... ... . . 0; 1 .. 0 14 ' li .- tB liof f 2 .bs.. -... . o..': 2.b,'0 ' ": :?0 .. .A . i3uttu, freslip r lb. .. .' :' . o . . .. .': : 0, t-.= salt, (ditto .. . 40.'0 Beef, the quarter, per lb . 0 0 ' S- the joint, ditto'. :* : *** -,* . . i saltedditto .. . -- -- a jointk,.rdG,! ditto 6.. 0/.. .49 ,j oints, ditto .0 5 0 --- salted, ditto .0 4 . . 0. 0 'V.ala, carcaseditto ________. ' . S. . joiuit, dittO .....~~...1 · '-- ...... - 60 t. CANDLES :.--Moulds, per st:ptf141b .; 0 8 1, Daps, ditto ....:.do dor' 0,O 7 ...

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English Extracts. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

EDWTCATION. [non TY. HOBAnIT TOWN COunRIEn. MR. JAMES SIMPsoN, the talented advocate of Edin burgh, has just produced a 'work on" education, which is 'likely, from what we have seen of it. not only to' attract much attention, but to do much good. It is entitled the Necessity of Popular Education. as a National Object, with Hints on the Treatment of Criminals, and Observations on Homicidal Insanity. The following passage places in a strong and for cible light the same idea which we have in our hum ble' and limited, but to us no unimportant sphere, been long endeavouring to point out in a far less ex pressive and elegant manner to the community of this place. We invite the attentive perusal ofthe reader to its striking and iacontro vertible, though much neglected truths:- No error is more profound, or more prevalent, than the persuasion that we are an educated class in the best sensg of the termr. Our complaisant conclhuious on the ýmhbject are, however, excectlIngly natural. Look, It...

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Colonial Statistics. VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND CAUSES OF THE EXTRAORDINARY PREVALENCE OF INTEMPERANCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Extracted from the first of a Series of Discourses on Temperance, delivered in the Scots Church, Sydney, on Subbath, the 14th current, from Galat. v.—19, The works of the flesh are these,—21, Drunkenness, revellings, and such like;—they that do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.—BY JOHN DUNMORE LANG, D.D.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND CAUSES OF THE -EXTRAORDINARY PREVA ,.LENC-E OF INTEMPERANCE IN.NEW SOUTH WALES. [Extracted from the first of a Series'of Discourses on Temperance, delivered in the Scots Church, Sydney, on Sabbath, the 14th current, from Galat. v.-l9, The works of the flesh are these,--2 1, 1) runkenness, ,revellings, and such like ;-they that do such things .shall not inherit the kingdom of God.-By JOHN DUNMORE LaANGAo, D.D.] FRnoM the quarterly accounts of the Revenue of this colony,:it appears that considerably upwards of two-thirds of the,whole revenue of the country is derived from,the sale of intoxicating: liquors. We learn from this simple, fact that the propor tionate quantity of these liquors consumed in this colony greatly, and beyond all comparison, ex ceeds the,quantity consumed by any other com munity, of similar extent, in regard to population, on,-the whole face of the globe. And we .ac cordingly find that the trade of selling ardent spirits is'so brisk on the o...

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Colonial Politics. ASSIGNMENT REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

' 1, oro loanil a olit)litc A iSSOGN ENT REGULATIONS. o be ? first through a wood and .last through : water," is one of those prudential maxims in whichi hthe nsven sages of Scbtland have embo ::'died' their experience for the benefit of posterity. 'lhe rationale of this maxim is sufficiently obvi •'ous.; The person who walks first through a wood displaces the horizontal branches of the trees iri his path, 'vhich, in recovering their natural position, .ae apt to hit the person who walks. behind him .:niinthe face. On the other hand, the person who *valks first through a "'water," or river, of which ,ihek depth has utot been previously ascertained, is in danger of being drowned; while he who w alks last is enabled to profit by the experience of others, and by his own observation. It is ne'ni, " etfient for us to suppose that it is a " water" .we have to cross, in writing a leading article on the Assignment Regulations; and we have ac cor~ingly allowed our contemporaries -to march :.:...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, June, 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

: " " vt tnaa o ,t'.. ' '-'":?' . '` ..'-r..e TO THi'E EDITOR OF TriE COLO ST. S* J r 'Sydney, ;JunIe, 13. Sx,- I anm very, .glad' to find 'reiiori' so-ably. ad4vcated ,in TIE COLONIST;.,,apd as. ;I am a, inqufirer. fortruth, and., especially, for ,tfle tra,, divinity :of .Christ,. ;I am .sometimes fearful'of ,finding'iw the Scriptures certain portions ivtichl place him not ori' an' equality with the Fatlier I therefore will be. obliged for your remarksp?ro those of any of your learned readers,.on, tlke ,thir teeuth verse of the second chapter of Titus., i.I know, enotgh, of Greek and Hebrew to read tl~ Scrviptures, 'but nut critically. It appears to inA. in the text that, " the great God! ? is above Christ; for it;a4ppears the apostle Paul here speaks:ot two-. persons,.. Perhaps you, will be kind enopgh to-put,this letter in your next COLONiST,' when I hope my. mind, tossed with' fears) may be "et at 'rest by,.somen answer. I. ani,. Mr :Editor, your ob'edient,.servant, SThe passage...

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SIR R. PEEL TO HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

SIR R. PEEL TO HIS CONSTITUENTS. A CORRESPONDEN at Tamworth has obligingly forwarded to us the following brief outline of a speech made by the Premier to his constituents on Friday last. It so well agrees with what we should, from our observation, believe Sir Robert Peel likely to say, that we cannot doubt its substantial correctness:--- " Sir Robert Peel, Bart. addressed his constituents at this town on Friday, in a speech, the deliveiry of which occupied an hour. He went over all the chief points of political contention with his usual tact and talent. He expressed his firm conviction that he whould be able to conduct the Government of the country, with the new House of Commons, on Con- servative principles, and in the spirit of those Con- stitutional Reforms on which all reasonable and reflecting men were agreed. He appeared to think   Iittle of the paraded returns which were made in   certain lists, and related a story of three tailors, who heretofore me...

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PRESBYTERIAN SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

PRESBYTIAN SABBnATH . SC lOOL SOCIETY. A PuLic M'EETIN'Gc of members of the 'Presby .t?iari eotnmunion having been held in the Lctuile Roo?,. in the Gallery of th~e Scots Churcb, Sydney, on the evening of Moriday the S15thi current, with a view to the orga.nizatioqp and establishienit ao Sabbath Spliiols in copnnection with the 'difl`eret congregations of the Presby terian Church throughout the Col90y-the Rev. :Dr. Lang iti the chair; it was resolved, after prayer for the divine blessing :- 1. That qsl the instruction of childrcn in religious knowledge, by -means of Sabbath-schools, has been fQund in the mother-country to be at once'a asiple and most efficieit mode of training them to virtuous habits, it iS the duty of. the friends of religios and humanity i ngeneral, and of members of the Pres byterian; comnmunion in particular, to give Cecou iragement .and: support to a system of education so impqrta'nt to. the best interests of the rising generation. 2. That, with this .view, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

ry;}f TO O'UR. SKt13SCILZU=R S. :i ,is requentcd that the First Quarter's Subscription S for thids Papd~ may be paid either at the Office or ,to ':te: Collector, Mr. Geoirge Williams, who is au :thorised to deliver printed receipts to Subscribers in Syvdney. " .Those in the interior will have the good ' "e..'.?egs to pay the amount of their Subscription to the ; gents in their respective districts. K. 1MUNRO. 'Colonist Office, Sydney. R.EC1z VE3 fl y TJU ZAST A IRUXVA i.S. ' I..: LN E: Assortment of N1GHT LIGHBTS, :: '? Lucifer Matches Swoifl and 1)irk Sticks, and a splendid assortment of a ý'ancy Articles to be had at TMACLEHIOSE'S, No. 6, HUNTER STREET; SAl CIIEAP PRIdES. Night Lights per Box, each Box lasting ?ive M?onths .............. ..... : ;;.. .. Seco rid quality per.: Box .... ..; .?;.. 1 Lucifrs 200 each Box ............ :.. .,1 9 . 2nd. Number 100 each Bor........ ....: (10 :li'td.Ditto 50 eaich Box .... .... .:.... O 5 ::ine old Engilih Oak Sticks. Spririg Dirks :?a ' 3...

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Literature and Science. MR. MURRAY, LATE OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

M:R MURRAY, LATE. OF-THE.TIMES:. £FYt'iO hDUNDEE GUARDIAN:,J' .?rgret t. state, hat h'James. Murr?iy,iEsj:, one -of ,the proprietors, and Foreignt Edtor, of the :'imes, died.iat Brighton,,22ng1~ of.Dece mber at, after.,a ..lingering and painful. illueas.!: -J(r. : J. Murray was a-native of Scotland,. and educated at the University of.. Ediniburgh, yhliere :he was contemporaiy ''witl"tlie pleseintI'ord Brougham. Y or several years he reported for the Times News paper, and in 1818 he was sept as the Foreign Cor respondent to Aix-la-Cha'pelle, where a Con gre'ss w?tas then sittirig.' 'Mri .Murray afterwards pr~ceded : Ita;ly SpIaid-i and Poitugal;'oilbe hoof of the TiAites :Jouriial,' and at ' lenjith' was selected "as thie persb'i most capable of conduct t ing the foreign. department of that paper. , The Times has lost an excellent man, in its late Fo reign. Editor,. Mr. Murray,. a person of very sound .judgment, of great. extent and .accuracy of information, most gentleman-like depor...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

ARRIVALS. ne,. ,Isabella (Gov. schooner) Boyle, from Mloieton Bay-cargo, maize. Passengers,.two oil cers and seventeen rank and file of H..M. 17th `Regt.. three male and one female prisoners.. ,June 28.-Sophia Jane and Tamlar (steamners) from -Newcastle. . June 29.-Blackbird (schooner) Crook from Hlo kiianga New Zealand-cargo, pine planks and pota toes. June 3O.-Children (brig) Durocher, from New Zealand',"tlie 30th ult.-cargo, flax. Passengers, Mr. W. White, Mr. J. Farran, and three New Zealanders. - June 30.-Tamar (barque), Westwood, from the sperm fishery, with' 960 baarels of oil.' S- DEPARTURES. June 28.-Nimrod (bs.ig), Wiseman, .for Laun ceston, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Peck, Mr. Holler; lMr. Dringle, Mr. Patterson, Mr.: Reiby, Mrs. Reiby, Captain Hart, and Mrs.: Spencer. " June 28.-. Pegasus (barque), Howlett, ;for; the Eastern Isles. June 29.-Macclesfield (barque), : Wriiht, and 'Lord: Amherst :(ship),:Rees, for (China. : June. 30?-Albion (ship), Skey, for;London; cargo...

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Colonial Statistics. MINUTE Of His Excellency the Governor to the Legislative Council, explanatory of the several Heads of Expenditure, and of Ways and Means, as estimated for the Year 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

MINUT E Of Ilis Excellency the Governor to, the Legislative Council, explanatory of the several Ieads ofifx pehditure, and of Ways 'and Means ,'as 'estiniuted for the Year 1836. INw laying .before .Council- the E?timates fort iii en suing year,'I have to offer some' explanatory observa- :.:t tions on the Abstracis of lRevenue -and Expenditure fo' the last. The' Coincil'thavei not failed 'to remark on examinirg those Abstracts which were'laid :on the tabl at the opening of. the Sessioii, that the Revenue of 1834 has exceeded the amount at whiciit was taken by no lss a sumri than 38,0001., whilst several of the eEstimates" of 'Expenditure were taken too low. These errors of calculation it will be perhaps'impos- . sible altogether to avoid, whilst the population of this riing colony, and 'with the population, the Establish mnents anrd contingent expenses of Governieiitit; are: necessarily in a constant state of cha'nge. 'Ifthe deniand for articles paying duty, and other sourcbs of Reve...

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OHIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

SO--H P O, 't t egislaturs e of Ob a cogvenA 64 C.Alumbus ortW 2and instant. :Governor. ?,ucas' Message represents the fi Snanees'ofi the State, to be ina- prosperous: condi tion. They toils. receiaed by. the. Collectors on t h~ie Ohio and Miami Canals during-the year en ditg.3l'st October last, amoupted' to 209,791 12 dqlltrs-; being 2Q;j118; Q0' moretlhan. during, the previous year, notwithstanding the interruptions. to navig?,tiQn last summer on the Ohio Canal, by 4tl deslructiop of, the aqueduct; neatr Newark, .amr4 sutudiy- other, breaches, cau ed; by, the July 'flqQl,, Thq Staate: Prison, erecting: at Columbus,. is, in: sunch a state of forwardness that 350 ,cells arernealy. completed, and 190.are or have been ocoupiped by. prisoners, The Deaf and Dumb Institution, is, also in' a state of forwardness, the main~ building' being, already-completed. About. forty pupils are in.attendance. 'The system o{ C(brommon Schools, which at, first was unpopular with the, people in srome par...

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Literature and Science. ORIGIN OF PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

rtterature antI feltel.l ORIGIN N OF =PRINTING AND: LITHOGRAPHY. [jnof THE BALTIMORE AMERICAN.]J A cURiOUs : legend. exists relating to the disco very of printing. On "the eve of the '?fifteenth century,: Faust wasjourneying towards a town of Germany. Just before him rode a traveller on, horseback. -The shoes of his horse left ;on the even ground distinct and regular' impressions, repeated with exactness at, each step. Faust ob served this. The next day printing was invented. This origin of the great invention, though 'but a legend, is not more improbable than that of the loadstone, said to have been discovered by a shepherd, alarmed at finding a stone adhering to his'iron-pointed crook. It is less strange that the first hint of this mighty engine should have' been taken from so rude a source, than that no' spark of intelligence should have ever kindled in the mind of a single one of the many ·Roman knights who bore about' them small printing presses in the form of seals. There is a...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

Omeltfattsi 1tt t*ige nc*. VOTES. AID. PRO!.CEEDINGS,' OPF TlHE L•EGISILTIVE COUNCIL 8:. -EDNESUAY,J.uJLY 1,: 1835. : :1.. Co, Ncir niet: pursuant to' adjburiiment; His' Exiellency' the Governor' in, tlie: chair, and laid upot the talile a Memorial' from- certain 1\embers of, the.,Cbuncil'of the Australian;Col-I lege, .praying;thlat,i salary. of one hiridred pounds per= annum'n may.'.be granted on; the' part of the Government,; to. each of . tli.- twoProfessors or] Headimasters of this Institution;, to: be printed.. 2.: His Excellency the. Governor laid upon: the table, 'a petition from certain householders. and.l proprietors of land. in; the:town:of Sydney, res pectirngthe lighting, paving, cleansing, and water ing the streets-thereof'; ..toibe'printed. . :3: His: Excellency-the Governor laid' upon the table; a petition from' certainiinhabitants' 6f the town' of Maitlh nd; praying fortlie erectior" of ajail and' ios"ital"therin F. to' be.rited' :. 4" His Excellency, the Governor la...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

BIRTH.—On Friday the 26th ult., at her residence Juang- munna, Cook's River, Mrs. Joshua Thorp, of a daughter. MARRIAGE.—On Monday, the 29th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. John Innes, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late William Watson, Esq., Strand, London.   DEATH. At his residence O'Connell. Street, Sydney, on the 23rd ult., Charles Henry Wildy, Esq.

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TICKET-OF-LEAVE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

TICKET-OF-LEAVE REGULATIONS   In the code of regulations recently published there is no requisition for the attendance of ticket-of-leave holders at public worship on Sab- bath, and the consequence has been that in places in the interior where the attendance of persons of that class used to be good; they now, regularly absent themselves from divine service, altogether. This is quite new in the history of the: colony; and we cannot discover the propriety of the arrangement: Ticket-of-leave men are under the special surveillance of the police and we conceive that it is therefore not only compe- tent but proper for the Government to require their attendance at Divine Service. It would doubtless be improper for the Government to compel the attendance of Roman Catholics in Protestant places of worship or vice versa; but when Government give ticket-of-leave men the choice of attending at Episcopalian, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic places of worship at their own option; we ...

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MR. BOWRING AT KILMARNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

MR. BOWRING AT KILMARNOCK. THIS gentlemen, it is well known, is an able and ta- lented man-a writer in the Westminster Review   -and in religion a Socinian. In his address to the   electors of Kilmarnock, he expressed himself on the Church question as follows:- "Regarding the Church-he considered it the   duty of every state to provide for the religious instruc- tion of the people. (Enthusiastic cheering.) A portion of the public money ought to be appropriated for that purpose, so that it was judiciously applied ;-but he would have no connexion of the Church with the State for mere political purposes. His opinions with regard to the Church of England and Ireland being known, and his estimate of those prelates who wallowed in wealth and luxury already formed, he would proceed to the Scottish Church, which it had been asserted, he wished to destroy: he begged to state that there was not the least ground for such a rumour. (Cheers.) He had great p...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 July 1835

IRELAND.     Antrim, (County) ;Earl.of Belfast, IHon. J. B. R. O'Neil ; Armagh, (County) Lrd Achesoi, William Verner ; Armagh:& ? Leonard D obbir, 4th lbie,; Capt. Mlathew. '.t" ,,:- _ . . Bandonbridge; J.;D ?Jac?klon; el?f;at, James, E. Tennant, John M'Chance. Carlew, (County) Colonel ?uehT. Kavanagh ; Carlew, F. Bruen; Caurickf.?gurs, 'Peteir Kirk ; C ashel, Mr. Serjeant Perrin;i Cavan, (County) H. Maxwell, J. Young i; Clare, (County) Major M'Na mara, Cornelius O'Brien; "Clonmel, D. .Ronayne; Coleraine, Aldermian Copeland; Cork, (Couinty) Fer gus O' Connor, G. S. Barry; Cork, Lieut. Colonel Chatterton, Joseph Leycester. . Donegal, (County) Sir E.'Hayes, E. M. Conolly; DOWn, (County) Lord A. I-Iill, Lord Castlereagh; Downpatrick, D. Kerr; Drogheda, A. C. O'Dwyer ; Dublin, (County) C. Fitzsimmon, G. Evans; Dub lin, (City) D. O'Connel, E. S. 'Ruthven'; Dublin, (University) T. Lefroy, F. Shaw; Dunkald, S. Crawford ; Dungannon, Hon. J., J. Knox; Duriig...

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