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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

To, ShippDers for Mel bourne. T it Kl S C 1O ONER .aQUzLA, D. Oriflithie, master, will carry oargo fromn Poitland to Melbourne. For freight, &o., apply to W. T. PILE, Agent , -.ortomndo -of, W. LAWRANCoE, 37 Wliliani.-treet, Melbourne. Nor Bale or To Let. A FOUtROOMED HOUSE, with fiv? acres of LAND attached1 permanent tank. The properly is In good condition, and withlin alf-a-mile of the railway ter minus. Apply to 1H. P. HOLMES, Percy street, Portland. SUN KUOKG WAR IaU opened a General Store in PERCY STREET, PORW4LAND, and hopes by attention to boulones to merita share of publli patronage. '?£A, 14 01, 2r, and Is Od. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Portland Auotion Mart. RICHM OND HENTY, 5i0: Aaotloneer mnd Consmlteson lAgent re 7TT7ILL bold Jsales at lae' stores, Julia V street, of Station and Farm P'rodpce, Le Stock and Sundries, EVERY SATURDAY, or' at 12 o'clock. Account sales promptly ran dy dered. NOTICE. ' S MR. RICHMOND IENTY will be !% away from Portland, there will he no ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

AT SIIEEP FOR SALE at Condab Hills. C. P. COORKI Condah Hills. August 27, 1876. Portland Gr immar School. The Athletic Sports WILL BE HELD ON THE CRICKET GROUND ON Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1876, TO COMMENCE AT 2 P.M.. All friends of tile School are invited. 'O. SALE. AT Hotspur, one halfascre of land, with a four-roomed cottage erected thereon, and a good orchard and out-honse., situated three doors from the Crawford Inn. For particulars apply on the premises to JOHN MUNRO L".L. BLACK, having rented S the photographie plant lately purchased by Mr. O. J. Nicholls, has determined to give every one a chance to get their photo taken. Till further notice,. the price of a single carte de vislte (adults) will be one shilling, chil dren under five years of age thei usual price. Coloring cartes deo visits Is. 6d. each, views of build ings, &e., taken on reasonable terms. POUND NOTICE. D IGBY.-Impounded by H. McDonald for E. Brewer, Esq., of Rifloe Downs, 31st August, 1876 : 17.-Red cow, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

uTo;,,Shippers .and others. r,:.? T(:: HITH Clipper SCI[OONER ýci:'"tl ' MINNA BELL. W'il -- TRADE regulnl' ,'etwpýi pOjr LANOD and MELBOUI1NIE. " "Paor freight, & ;',ppij ( r . W. '..ANIDERSON, I'ortland, Or JOHN TURNBULI, :::::.No. I Queen street, Melbourne. ':ZLegnular 'Stam Communication " between 1olbourne, Warr-, nambool Rqlfast, and. Portland. I llE underglgned despatch' teaqrs e as T1 under (weather permitting):- 1 FROM MELBOURNE ,ofWarrnambool, Belfast, & Portland, 'NTame of Steamsmhip." I " .': BSiling Day. JULIA P.R'nCY. Every TUICSI)AY a " t 3 p.m. ; "110B ROY Ev Iery FRIDAY, at 2.30 p.m. - 'F: ROM ,POR T L A N:D . : el ibo!bburne, calling at Belfast :and .-, .' :Warrnambool.' NamO of: Steamship raliling Day. , :' a;,, ": livery. TUESDAY, SROB'ROY " s' Hilig froin Port l Pt ind at 2 . no. Ee ry FRI DA Y, JULIA 1'.' ERCY s:ilhig floin Pert .l" nid ht 4 .ai, . S-Bots willbe in attefidance to carry pasn aengers from the north jetty, to the steami r from.8,30...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

SMISOCLLANEOUS. I - IT '1? "GEOOnArI?Y" O OUR Nc?I?G ndulns.-During the lato war some ogod-jokes were cracked at tli ox--- pqnso cf the knowledge .of geography i jssessed by Filnchmen 'A. recent inueo houws," hopeiWper, b that-' someo iniprovenicnts LI vde boonmuis. -'nc ' P `rni#, h t!, :-l trIs f tho0 _. O ;type1 w tiO"ws of ..e dayou. tlho-Bo"uvards: T-hoflrst- " oioe said;i;!'.T1o news film: Russia- is tenrible, iwenty'thoall nd: persons have bon burnt biy.,tho:yluire ol ?fYesuvius.". "(o s5gond Parisian liheoe exclnimod, wth~n theairittl'shllidder, , Whiy; that' ls traily'"hitirtille, lierrilbhh Who can` hTvIO sOit'on fir:nure? rito frlst ono ie'pdiidod°?-t'"It in' ilcnbn s yet; ' ilt .the Sulta?ii will 'doubtless t:infidm:' hIlniself,' wnd the-miscreant will suffer tlho full?0ltyiblefyo tinla."' l , "Aon',COtTRtriAýEinibANrMlNImTEiLr' hA Iuiridfi:i' t6or' is'told'of en'ceconirid' ollhAmoericen minister, who wasiorbl'1f arlnoyed by a I.lnhit his people, hadi iz?quired (and whic...

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THE SCHOOLMASTER AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

STHE SCHOOLMASTER AT HOME. The following is n specimen of English composition by a schoolmnnster: of the old style in Somersetshire, and written over his shop: Roger Giles, Surgin, Parish clark an'd Skulermast r, Groser, and IIunder- taker, Respeetably informs ladys, and'. goentlemen that le drors teef without wateing a minit, applies Inches oevory liourt blisters on the lowerst tarms, tnald viziks for a penny a peace. Ho sells Godlither's Kordales, kuts korns, btinyons, doltors bosses, clips donkios, wvnco a month, and undertakes to Ino arter every bodies nnyls by the alr. Joosharps, pennny wissels, brass: krinelsticks, fryinpans, and other mboziltnl hinstrumints Iat gratoly . reydooced ilgersl Youngs Iadys and gqnelmen Inrnes their' gramuiur and lasgcudige, in the partlcest manner, also.. grhto care taken off their morrols r.id sppllin. Also zrm-zinginig tayclhing th13 base vial, and all zorts of vancy wlrk, -squnodrils, pokers, weazilq, andd nil country dances tort at homen nnd a...

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DEATH OF THE REV. WILLIAM CARLAW CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

DEATH OF THE REV. WILLIAM CARLAW CHAPMAN. On Friday last, in the prime of life, in Melbourne, died the Rev. William Carlaw Chapman, for the past two years minister of the Portland Presbyterian Church, a man deeply regretted; sincere, earnest, and conscientious, a man who, if the physical frame had only been in accord with the spirit of duty which dwelt in him, would have made his mark upon the church and congregation. As it was, from the first, some of the more experienced members said he never would be able to discharge the duties connected with a scattered church, embracing Portland, Narrawong, Bridgewater, and Heywood. Mr. Chapman made the trial, and for a time his ministerial duties were carried out regularly, but winter colds and wet weather acting on a naturally delicate constitution were too much for him. Some months ago physical debility ren dered a change indispensable, and Mr. Chapman, obtaining leave of absence, visited Bourke, in New South Wales, but the malady deepened,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

'I AIN" W', ANT ED on the DRAINAGuE I \c)WORKS. Either piece or day work. W\,gcs-EIlereupenc per hour for day men. J. & J. COCK, O?ntractors. THE FOLLOWING is AN Extract from a Letter Doted 15th Mae. 1872, from an oldiolthait:ant ol Iloriniglshanm, near Wi- 'armninter, iitl: r " mul t alro beI; to any that your Pill, are on excellent Medicine for mrie, nald I certainly do enjoy good health. soutld ,leep, antl a good i appetite; tbis ir owing to taking 1your P'lls. I am 78 years old. It lleraliiillg, GentlemenI , yours very resplectfully, L.S. To the P'roprietors of NOTI'ION'S CA.MOMII P 1' 1l.S, L.odon. 11OOKI , BOOKS, &c. JUor T IRICiIVPlD, and for sale it the G'iCurdini Oflico:- 11niiual i|MlnzilO (:lrke's Carechimt of Mlsin F.itntly Iteildur, Div. 20. line Creaom loid Note, pencil lined Superior Ilno \Yore do. Croear LMid Envelopesn DIo do do Antique Exercie I|doks, mnbthlo covers Also, a large nanortnaent of 'ulGver; msscler's chaIlu llnda. a .MR..FREDK.-L. LYNE ...

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THE NOVELIST. LIFE IN THE IRON MILLS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

THE NO1VELIST., LIFE IN TilE ItO4 MILLS. (Cotinie;l.) The money-theor it lay on his knee, a'.itleo' blottidd slipo of 'paper, nothing in itself; used to raiso him out of the pit; something straight from--G-od's.. Iand;--'A thiefl -Well, what was it to be a thief? He loot the question at last, faco to face, wiping the clammy drops of sweat from his forohoad.' God ilaelo this money-the (rosk air too-ftsr ls children's usb. I-Io never made the diffeggee,betvween the poor and rich. Tha Somethitig: who :looked dbown ob him that moment through the cool grey sky had a kindly face, hoeknvbw-= loved his children alike. Oh, hlie know that! *7 There were times when the soft floods of colour in the 'crimqgi and purple flames, or the clear' depth of amber in,.thlow, toer.below the bridge, had somehowi givbtl Ilin is glimpse of another world than-- this--of -nan inlnite '=i edthhl' of:-beauty '?arl'd ;-f quiet somewhere - somewhero - a depth of tiieta;nd;; rest ahild tlovd. Looking up now, it bec...

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PORTLAND COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

POICi'LALya b OURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. T TuunMY, SEPTeCI ER 7, 1876. s Before His Honor Judge Skinner the e Sheriff, Mr. Whelan, W. A, Moore, 1q., a J.P., P. 1V. Shevill, Esq., J.P., and J. y Lee Archer, Esq., J.P. n The Court having been duly opened, e Wyndham Bannister was brought up. under committal from the bench of a magistrates, charged with forging a signsa 0tare purporting to be that of Nathan SThornley. The prisoner pleaded not guilty of t forgery, bat guilty of uttering while of Sunsound mind. A jury was impannelled, of which H. SF. Holmes was elected foreman. Mr. t Chomley prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, and the prisoner was undefended. Mr. A. 0. Iickard deposed, on oath, that he was a draper, and know the prisoner; saw him nl MIay last in his Non's shop, when he bought certain goods; he bought a pilot coat and other articles and reoeivel £2 12s change; prianner paid for his purchases by cheque : the cheque produced was the one tendered; the balance was paid in cash; ...

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THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 September 1876

STnHE SCUOOILMASTIE#t ABROAD. SWilliam Gordon,- lately a teacher jin ty Toorak College,' was yesterday brought, up. on remand, at the Prabran Poliep, of Court. before Mr. Tempale'on, P.M, ands of a fall 'beitcbfjstja sees, charged with ' haring been found illegally on the be premises of Mrs. Tripp's ladies' sem', to vern" ard Wiliflm sid , d a' i yo the 1to morning of the 30th nut. Mr. Benerafc g a ppeared for the prosecutinn; and Mr.' e Frank Stephen fr the defence. The te f,,rmer proceeded to state the case, when l, }Mr. Templeton interrupted him. by in "qnirine if he(Mr; Be"craft) was prepared to %bow,.'nr allece,ý the trpose for l which the prisoner 'ent there. Mr. P.encraft replied that he apprehended er what the bencb was aiming at, but contended that:it was fur thiprisoner to ro, shows sihi;t,bi .:noie' i.s, as the see. s tion of the act under which tile proceed. Sings had been instituted-the 11th sub a sec, osec. 36, Police Offengee S.at?te- Sclearly. stated. *any ipreia i.f...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. Captain Johnston, of the Mlece from COktown. reports thst on the 3rd Jaty he passed to the n.rthward of a number of sandbanks not s!lorn on the charts, situated north of Arrow Islands. at a dis. tance of 11 miles from thc most northern Island of that group. Several patches wrre from three to four feet above the water, and there were many such. Soundings in idneand ten fathoms appeared to be right among tnem.and 15 Ito 2) fathoams to clear them. To the northward there appeared a clear paseage between these dangers and the island. Rounding Cape alteschi, with an "ofng ofl 40. miles, in longitude 137de. E., and in tie latitude of the cape. had soundngs in nine and to: fathoms of hard sandy bottom for a distance of SO miles. The chart showed there 21 fathoms. At Booby Island Captain Johnson found his chruneo meter qluite correct. Ma. Sres. of Errard-street, Ballarat (says the Star), discovered at the City Court on Friday that the amusement of maiming valuable dogs is a ra...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

a LIOURNE.>i cur. The following are the occeplanc.s: 'WFoolonml 8 13 Torcthllght 6 ' 8 ThoeAce, ,1.8.1 iO elU l nti " lotlpneer al 81 Valu I1.'pe ._..a"_ C. a6611r hood 8 10 FI.llermoo 6 B Sulotan 8' )tltongwool 6` 8' Suouthern Crou 8 6 IrlshsLtew, 6te ;Serlling q`8 6 StrOp' 67 'ilopid ltay 1 8 a' Meteor " 0' 7 llelliouruo ' B' 4t lenlliht E 7l Olioin '".. '. IClset 0' 6 Scan Slog 7 13 Bonker 6 6 Bpeoulalon Me't8 ndacloous- ": O 6 A.T. . .71 Nuloesi's ' 4 IMikoe .-7:10 'erllnn 6 4 2taouolnncer 7 .11 1he Deer 0' 4 HIerculeos 7. 0 Glouon' ' 0 4 Emuloalrn 7' 8 PIrlle of 11l111 6 ..4 InmpIudeInte .7 7 BUrlmelo " '" 6 4 Valentto 7 7 Mt. Kingston t t Light o' Dey 7 5 a;Gger 6 2 'eua l'Artilie 7 17 SIbyl 0 Jnnitor 7 4 L.ori Lytton 60 Newm loater 7 4 Vait - 6 0 Ilturgody 7. 4 At'tinw C 0 cjnterrtrury 7 4 Fliorin 6 0 rThe Paelnter 7 21 V.1 btoru 11 12 Timothy 7 11 Nlltolton 3 12 ilrenok ou' I iy 6 12 t'tmr r31ork It l2)uewdrop colt 5 12 ~o'lutctty 63 II' lcllcctri'ity 132 Splteroltiote 1I...

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EMERALD HILL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

EMERALD HILL MERDER. An inquest was held this morning by Dr. Yost, City Coroner, at the Victoria Uotel, Cerc;I stree:. Emerald ilill, on the body of Robert Davis, aged about 55 iears, who was killed yesterday morning with a' shoemaker's knife,, by Ellen Francis. Inlpector Barton conducted the proceedings. Mr. Fawsett, solicitor, appeared for the accused. Ellen Francis was present in charge of Constables M'Cornack and Ryan. She is a short woman of heavy build, and calls herself 32 years of age, but looks older. Her face is round and heavy, with a leaden aspect, indicating a lifetime of dissipa tion. Her nose is flat, her eyes pro truding, and her upper lip projects above the lower. The countenance is deeply pockmarked, and cheeks baggy. She was dressed in an ancient black silk flounced gown, shepherd's plaid shawl, black and white check, and an old broken straw hat, without any ribbon, having a rim 'of black braid. Her attitude was rather cowering, and she appeared fully sensible of ...

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GATELY, THE HANGMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

GATELY, THUE IANII~HAN. --A startling revelation of the domestic life of Gately; the, common hangman, Was made this rnorining, when this ol.jeeiuonahle oflfiial mado his appear hnce betrs lJr.: Sturt, in that gentle mann's pf9ce, aild prese1entq a letter from at. certeain worthy doctdr whob takes a livelyintereit iii the refiutmniizit of the criminal .aid fallen elasa.'" Oately' wias hecelmpanied y !rn you'i'girl of anything huti:p'reit ?aie g ngiearn'ance, and "it anpi'erei i,frimn the Icttcr that be pre sentted, that' he" deiir"' to "make the damsel his lan'fdl :tiif, "-J-dt as she was he orieh na!ld amnnob, a difficulty pre= senoed ilself idbielI e'uld ,aut be aver cones without tlh,'ed iseenf of Mr. Sturt, tvbo;' 'as: Polltcd': Magistrate, acts :as gu?rdiatif e?fi?nii'ri; liin order to iccure thli Odtely' liad invoked tie' asilstance ortthie'worthy doc(or referred'to, an21 titlsizntllemn; 'perhaps unthinkingly, or helileving he was auting for the best, asikeil'3 r. Siurt niot to...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

SHIPPING. The Mecca arrived on thre Uh August from Crooktoren andrSydney. ? ' '{ There bare hero laid, on; for Sydney-Tihe Empress of China, C. Harden arnd Minna. For Melboorire--Created Wrve (larcTothrm). Pacra, W. tfbnistreland fatriever-all wirth tese. Arrival.-Aurora 'Australis, from Sydney.

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

COMMERCIAL. . O-- rOtTLAS D MARKEITS Guardian Office, September 12, 1876. The retail price of lour is £1 GA per sag Our quotsUonu are- 't WnoLuuAL. PanC.' Flour £12 . , .Wheat, o to 5 .24 per bushel Oats, 3 3d to 3* 6ddo Barley, 3 6d -Bran; I 3d: Pollard, Is 6d do Bautter' 2d lb jgg'si 3d dozen Cbes (Colonial) 94 to 8d per lb. RBarit Pazczs. Flour, 2IG per bag cash. -Barley, 4s per bushel Wheat, 5s fd. do Oase, 4 to 4a d " do Bran, s Od -- do Pollard sI d to Il 9d do Butter Is 4d to Is dlb. Eggs, Is' d doz. Bread 7d per 41b loa?. lMimous Bark, £3 per ton Melbourne, Corn Produce and Pervilson Market report, September, 0 1870.-W. Lawrance reports a quiet state ol business in bread stuffs, the only remarkable feature an extremo srarcity of wheat, while the continued pressure to sell flour keeps down the value of the latter; holders of the former decline to accept the present ruling. Horse feed Is without change, while lIip. meats continue in a largo scale from New Zealand. Holders here...

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ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. CHINA AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

ARRIVAL OF THE TOURES STRAITS 3AIL. CINIIhA AND JAPAN. The expsrtof t from China to Autra!la and New Zralandfrom June I to August 11. was 7,056, 4041b. A severe tyhoon paIned over the Pag!oda anchorage,',by which great damage was done. ris remo d tht that the Japanese Govern ment will shortly Issue a otlifcation pro. ldbiting the Japeuese from assoclating them aelves with foreigners In any bousiness. .The JapeneOe ate destroying their paper money by hilitng down.

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HARROW. September 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

HARROW. (enaoN oca owe coansIimOrw'r.) September 8. 1876. Quite a gloot was cast over the ,townhbip yesterrdy hy the startling .news that the well knsown carrier, Josipih B'ncber. bad come to an un .timely enl. Re resided on his falm near here for the last eight or nine yeara, and in the township for yea's *before that. so that there are none in this nsighhorhood to whom he was not ,well known. He 'was an honest. .npriclht man, well and Jescrvedly liked by everyone, and there is not one to whom.he was known who will not feel sincere regret at his painfal and .on ,timely death. A great many of the squatters and farmers in this district will be unable to washb this year, watep being so scarce. Shearine is in foll swine now fat.Root Nouin, ligs Lake, andClunie staiions, but unless we have rain Mr. .Blear, of Clonie, will either have to ,onstrect another wash at a new place or sbear the remainder of his sheep in the grease, as the supply of water is nearly exhausted. S bThe weather has ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. t(FROM OUR OWN COItRESPONDENT's.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SEPrEuOER 12. William Gordon, ex-schoolmaster, was sentenced to one year for trespassing on the South Yarra School premises, with additional three months for assaultiag tbe proprietress. Owner of savage dogs fined 30s for permitting them to injure an elderly possenger on the public road. In the Learmonth wrers Bailey case, judgment delivered by the primary judge in equity, dismisses the plaintiffs bill for recovering from the Egerton mine with coats, except as against the defendant Bliley, who pays his own costs; appeal will be made to the full court. Morse sued money lender for damages in failing to give further advances. The jury's verdict was flr one farthing; the fall court r.-fused to disturb the verdict. Fourth Chinese defendant, for selling lottery tickets, was fined £20 and costs; notice of appeal given. The Derby fav,urita, Newminster, Is reported sound; training well RANDWICK RACES. THREE SMILE PLATE....

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THE WAR in EASTERN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 September 1876

THE WAR In EASTERN EUROPE. (FROM TIHE PALL MALL OAZOTTE, JULY 14.) The accounts of the fighting which has t taken place between the 'Tu'tks and the Servians have beetl very conflictling, but it is generally believed that the total result of thei operations no far lias been uuftvourable to the Servians. The Tices correspondent at Belgrade, writing on the 8th inst., says: " The scene of operation extends pretty well over two-thirds of hernia, though hitherto the actual work tI tlhe field has been confined to three or four points within this area, and to positions opposite the latter, but outside the Servian frontier. At the extremne south-east of the prinel pality have been the forces lninediately under Tehernaleif. HIer e he hs had three divisions, numbering about 40,000 Int, hlls base being Alexinatz, which is north-went t0 Nisclh, a strong Turkislh fortress; A fourth divialon, commanded by ColonelLeoachjain, ' has been in or near SaltseCar, or Zaiear. To the west, and a little belo...

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