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PUBLIC PRAYERS FOR THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

' PUBLIC PRAYERS TOR THE PRINCE* -/. Tlie cdhgregatiohs of tub several donohiina tibiis. throughout the city and suburbs, as s6niblbd in their respbotive plaoes of worshiii on, Stindiiy, were itivited to oflor up prayetfi to AJtintglitV.Qbd to p'rtserve the life and restore iiie ; ffliiitii of thosori of our b'uibyed Qtieeili tHe lldrrSr excited by the attempted aasassina tioH .diicl tile univorHul sympathy displayed to wafastiie Prince wei-e very strllaugly manifested by.tue response which was made to the re quest of his Excellohcy tho Governor to observe Suilttay as a day of special prayer. The oHfirc'hes and tiUiittela duiing morning se^ yitiii *£re notiBoiy ci'pwilufl, and in all sbilie JSterefitje was iiiide ,t8 the sad event) &iii , &H UtiblaT indde ttt the Giver of jilf^ tb (pre1 tHe Plliil!b KhEt re'Btbre hlni to health. -.

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MELBOURNE INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

MELBOURNE INDIGNATION MEETING. The monster meeting held at tho new Ex hibition building on the 18th inst., to place on ^ffllWr &-? :H» ;: -£§San«ipe ..,-*, the , people^ .of -. i\u.otona,at, .the .dastardly.. attabE...made_:nDbn ... -.urgli|r was 4,indeea .worthy -of .the., .colonists, .. :, 835,;. half- past seven,- ,a o'clock, ;ather,o. . mast j ^ iave Tbeon;5early, 10,000 ,p6nions. p'^aeiit.: 6a ^'jijjerf gla,tfoEm .us. well dao^i..lh'p;/IibaV pt.the , hoJidW.pje' pongreg^d.^genptemeii of.', almost . ^ye^^.joifoeq.j; d^d;. representing ?. all; shades of '^pp^uoali. opinions. , T;li'o, members. , of tji» ^M^strjr^presoiibi . ag ? .well .as-. ilia lion, Mr ;;(C)'^nfma8Sj,.;ana, ^lliq Mayor,: of Melbourne, fv#\ .warinty . received, .wljion,. tjiey,; entered . the '?hi ^Ts®'-'£™&utionq ^hicli, exp^essea; ,tno lyjrre'ncp/ Bf „ the meeting '.jit £h'o hoi-Hole ; oulrdge, . and the, loyally. -of thV people itp me ; .ihrope,. were -received yv^ilbi-. the. greatest.,, eh- :...

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THE SYDNEY INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE - ^ifliNE Y INDIGMATibN MEETING.' t A ptiblic meeting of colbriists wdslield on the i8thi,iii; the Hyde Parls.i P.ayilibn', to express their intense sorrow and: iiidigrlatiou at tile attempt made on Thursday', to dssassindto his Royiil HichDOss. The Pavilion,' which contains 22,500 square feet of standing' room, was: do crowded in every part that there were probably at least 20.000 persons pireBent^ Only one in cident occurred, to disturb the' harmony: of the proceedings, and that 6iiiy .f,bir i^ bl-iof interval. The Mayor announced, ttitt' tlibre would be no speeohes, but inerpiy, rbs'btutions ? Rub mitted .to the mooting .; ., ; ,aiidj ? that -no clergyman of any denbiriinatibn^ould take part in the proceedings'. ..--? The .'resolu tions were all drawn out, arid wbuid only be moved and seconded. . Th'e business of the meeting would not take ten inibutes. This an nouncement did not meet with anything like general approval. The Bishop. of Sidney, ion hearing that no clergymen we...

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FARRELL'S CONDUCT AND EXPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

FARRELL'S CONDUCT AND EXPRES ?--.:??? /'SiONSi' ',-?( When,MrViaV seized; prisoner round tue body witti his arms: O'Farrell made a desperate effort to shoot him (Vial)1;' but. when he found he could not succeed, iie dgdiri p'oijited his x&-:' volver iii'' thb' direction of ttt|i;|Pr;.uoei'and Sir. William Manning ; but Mr^Vip Knocked his {prisoner's) arm down, andihus, diverted the direction of the ball. :^UW/Vford three attpnibts made ; to disohargiS;1 tli^j f ef plvier — the 'ftr§t,$hot the- Prince ; thQ^efcohd; which was n-ime'd at Sir, W. Maniiin'gJjiiiiisSea fire ; and th'e third; shot Mr Thome. ^ s^ilenjp'.risoiior waa arrested, ho exclaimed, '.'.-li'ttm-.ft/FXniaii ; I'.ye done ray duty, and .I'm nob afjridd to die, and inayGod save Ireland.' ..Wlibtf dh f board the steamDr, he said, ' It carifabt ,,be helped now ; butrvemaaba— — meSS -M it.' :'. ; ? ';

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THE NEWS IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

- . #ee;;news in the\oity! It i§^ljpDs|^imposaible to describe the sen sation wliicil iho news, of .the outrage produced in the city. %When first heard it was^trea^ed as a mere ruiriBf ,; many persons, saw, the police take the prisbiie^ from the Pu'terson, tiut cbn sidered him merely some fellow who had got his clothes torn'in a drunken brawl. ' It was not iinUl tile, announcement was made, in tho Assenibiyji Sud ^thdt tho members on retiring mentioned iHS faptijtha,t tho news received any credence. The ejxpitement was intensified by the apuearauoe.bf a party of .mounted police dashing at full . speed . towards the' Circular Quay. A pArty of ioot police, fully jarm'ed, followed, and. took lip their positions opposite |16 Jandiugstage, where it was reported, that thb. I*Hiice -would be. landed. Several thousand oiiize'ii.3 ivfero assembled about the wharf and tin boajfu; pis - ybssbls lying alongside,7 where they .reminiied .uiitii information was received thnt the Priiice. jiiiapben...

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THE ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE ATTACK. [fbom the herald; maboh IS.] When the Fnnce left ; the ., luncheon tent at the Sailors' Home Piohipj ihb^esbortbS, i..ihg Countess of -Belmore to the door of ttd royal tent, and then turned to converse wiih bis Ex cellency the Governor,* tho Chief Justice aiid Sir, William Manning. They remained talkitig a few seconds, and then his Royai Highness and Sir William Manning stitiiiiored aoros's the green towards the clump piKitees border ing tho beach, and under whicn the Galatea band was stationed. ; Th'e subject of , con versation was the Sailors' Ho nib, iiHd his Royal Highness, to mark his. apbrbciatioii of the institution.-handed Sir William a otiecjiie as a donation to the initiation. ; Sir: William made his acknowledgments for the donation; and then asked his Royal Highness whether he would go round to Cabbage Tree Beach , to seo the aboriginals, as they were then ready . I$r some sports:, Before his. Royal Highness could reply a treacherous assailant, who bad just le...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OP THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. The following telegrams were received from Sydney concerning the atrocious attempt on the life of H.B.H Prince Alfred :— Sydney, 12th Maroh. The whele of Sydney- was alive this morning at an early hour. Immense crowds assembled, and gradually made oft to the eoene of the Sailors' Home Pionio. The weather being fine, every one was full of hopes that a pleasant day would be spent. H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh and his Excollenoy Earl of Belmore, with their rdspeotive suites, were early ?? the gr*a»«. Warn^t**; pr« ceedings were at their height the whole assemblage was thrown into a fearful state of excitement when it became known that a ruffian amongst them had fired at and wounded his Royal Highness Prince Alfred. On inquiry it was ascertained that the cowardly wretoh had fired twice at thoDuko from behind with a revolver, and that one of the bolls had lodged in the Prince's back. H.R.H. is Buttering great pain, but at present no dan g...

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DEMEANOR OF THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

DEMEANOR OF THE PRINCE. The effect of this dastardly attempt at assas- . sinating the Prince atnmigst Ike iinmousu num ber of perauus congiopratod at Clontarf, xnnybe more easily imagined than described. A large number of ladies faiti tod, others were seized .with hysterics *, and the whole multitude was bobvulsod. Suddenly a joyous throng had been converted into a innss of. excited people, iu : jvlibio breasts sympathy, foi* tile , ro^al suf ferer, t aiid indignation -..fbr ~biij^Jntir4erous assailant^ '. altornateiy prd vaUM j .-wiiiia pallia faces -ana . iearftil eyep tttld of a ttiS .aB^b arixieiy tiiaV .MSti-felfe-; ft; a rof ereiiofi -, ,,«} the extent of the injurieS;;Which his Royal Highness had sustained,, i.' People; crowded by hundreds around tho tdni jn._^vhicii the suf ferer lay, until they wefS informed tiiat'they inust kee,p back in order to.- jiljbw, froe yentila iibii: ' Thby.at once. fell , baok thirty or fprty yards' , and forrrted ii cpiiii-lbtQ cordon around tho...

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SEIZURE OF THE ASSASSIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

SEIZURE OF THE ASSASSIN. While this painful examination was iii piro gross another scene, which, almost defies de scription, was goiiljj on iii another part of the ground. No sdonei; llSd; Mr, .yiai grasped the arms oi tue man who naq area tbe shots; than Mr Benjamin Mortimer (an American gentlo ihan),,Mr Whiting (of the firm of Drynah and Whitingji A. L.' Jackson, and other gentlemen seized him ; and had it hot boeiifor theclbsirig in around them of the police aiid other persons, they would, speedily have jjuaoeB, him boyond the roach of the law courts. The pBojlleisliohtfed ' Lynch him,' 'Hang him;' ' sliihg niin up,' and so on,: and there was v. general rush to got at him. The police* headed, by Superiii tendeht Orridge, got . hold of the . asstissm, and they had the gre^teSt, Ulfuculty^in pra vehtip^ the .irifuHat'e^ people, tearing hirn limb frpta limb. In, , this the p;61ibS were iibly assisted by the , Chief Justice! tibrd Nbwryi and the men of tho Galatea bond. Both Lord New...

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MOUNT MONDA [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

MOUNT MONDA Is one of the peaks of the Great Dividing Range, as seen from the x*arra Flats. . It is within five or six miles distance from the township of Healssville. The peak is covered with stringy bark, tall gum trees, and coarse grosB. The view is taken from near a house which need to be known as Cameron's Hotel on the road from Healenville to Peraahaw and tilt JBlMk ttpv.

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FIRE IN BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

FIRE INBALLAKAT. . [COURIER, MARGn 11.] At half-past eight o'olock ou Tuesday night a tire broke out in a stable or shed, behind Cutter and Lever's coach factory-, in Arm strong-street, and abntting on tho yard of Craig's Royal Hotel. ?' In'a very few^ moments there srie't nn a 'sflare 'whicli illuminated' the sky and tlWsnwonnaing b'ujldings to' such '^ri exfeift as :'tp cau^e' the greatest' ilorm. v Ffojri the jbwei; eiid of Sturt-stropt it' seemed' 'as though praig's stables wore ^urpin&- P°4 l1^8 was very nearly bping tha'cas'e. .' 'Cutter and Lever's coach factory is a very: large wooden building 'with a shingle roof reaphing about 4Q feet .high, and was foimdrly Imown as Coblj's stables. Belling this large pile 'were a series of smaller wooden building's used as stables, and extending towordi the' back 'of the brick' blH'c'es in Lydiard-street, occupied by Messrs Seal, and Mr Ogier. In one compartment of these tumble-down places the fire originated, at a spot close to ...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

i '' ST. PATBIOKIS; JJ4X - Thofostivalof St. ?Patriokm Day was cele brated- on '17th' inst. by servioes- in all the Catholic 'Churches of ? the city .and suburbs. Solelniii: high' mass ?'waso oelebrated in St. Francis's Cathedral,' at eleven- o^clook, by the ?Rev. Mr O'Meara; the; Rev.-. Henry England 'officiating as doaoon, andthe Kev. J. O'Sulli vari as sub-deacon.' The ohuroh was densely ?crowded in': all parts, every space affording ' even standing room being occupied. After 'the communion the panegyric of the Saint ? was ?. pronounced by the Rev. G. V. Barry in- foroiblo and ? eloquent- ' terms. The reverend gentleman took his text from the ninth chapter of the Acts of the Apostles: 'This mantis to mo a vessel pf election, to carry my name before the Gentiles, and kings, andthe children of Israel.' -r:Inr the course of ?: his femarks'^the pre'aoher alluded to the pro verbial hospitality of the Irish people, and said that the horror and indignation of the Irish ^population in .I...

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MAGISTERIAL EXAMINATION OF O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

MAbl§TEIttAti . feXAtolNATiON OP ; t^biiFMdayiiiiB lSth instant, a apodal coort Wall helii in Hie t)ebtors' Prison, DarlinRhuret Gdbli Mt.fls Hi Vbss, the Witter Pellde Magis trdtei.-iirBSidlfigi to iiiquird into , tlie'.t charge againsti;tilonrv dlttnes U'i'arreii 01 wounamg, with intenl.;t6 jiill, his Royal Highness the Dnlw of Edinburgh, on tho 12th instant, at Olontarf, near Sydney, Ambiigst others pro sent, there were his Excellency Iho Right Hoij. the Earl of Belraore, Captdiii. Bores'fdrai Lieutenant Haig, Viscount Newry, tlie..hoii; Eliot Yorke, Mr Touiuiin, Mr O. W. Brierley, the Attorney- General (Mr Martin), the Colonial Treasurer (Mr Eagar), and Mr' Wisdom, M.L.A. The face of the prisoner (who was attired in the prison dress of white canvas) presented .a r sickening sight; The left side of bis face was : 'yeiy ihuoH swelled, and the right side out and ?'?? ;:bKiisSd in severnl, plddos; whilst his right eye ; ;': was blaok, protruding and closed, and his left '? iivia wit...

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THE PROTESTANT HALL OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

' fffiS pSBffi^TAfe: HALL OUTRAGE. .;ri^Thje; prisoners, charged with being implidated In the outrage which took place in front of the Protestant Hall on the 27th November last, I- ;a8^J^i&pTPA;inBlrr;ffEB;jSl£|fiB MelBourne Qrlminju =EeBBiWBjon the 18th;: .? ins|i_-: Tliepre jBiaiag juage was. his Hbhier Mr Justice Barry: :ThS^ battles '61. the perscsils urf.iighea ,-. tvere Samuel Clarke, William Johuson Clarke, James GirvBiij Joseph Hiries, a ad John, William and ?Tames Mitchell. . Mr Diinuo and _ Mr (Juinlan proiecuted, and Mr Ireland, Q;C.,Mr Adnmsob^ Mr ASpinail, Mr C. A. Smyth, Mr &IoleB worth find Mi SpenBiey defended-. The prisoners exercised their right of challenge in tliirtiSieii or fourteen instances. There was d ion/* ftH-oy of \rttfieBseii and after a five days' trial tile case was brought to a close. His Honor jitit- Ule ope to the jury ae follows : — If they bbli'ovedi altSfJifaribg the evidence that the killing in tbiB.case WiiB premeditated by thos...

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THE FENIAN DEMONSTRATION AT HOKITIKA. [WEST COAST TIMES, MARCH 9.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE FENIAN DEMONSTRATION ? AT HOKITIKA. , [west coast times, mahch 9.], That section of our Irish fellow-%bloniBtB whose sympathies are with tho Ifeniaii move ment in the old country, kept yesterday as a day of- solemu observance in h'wp£,,/o! th'e memory of Allen, Larkm, and O'BriM', wijo : were exeouted at Manchester for tn% murder of police-Bergeant Brett. It has been vlo secret in town that a demonstration _o$ Born% kind was impending, and a great deal 'of onhosity and excitoment, not unmixed Wi'ttt apprehen sion for the publio peace, was created thoreby, for nothing so tends to inflame the passions of men as a display of ^political party spirit, especially amongst,. a,-go?£manity numbering a host of fiery spirit ..^b!&;.^ ;'6nty_ regard the othor side of'th^Wfi^n^.ino. rigni oiib, but bitterly gr&ve. jAiaVa uifej'efio'o fchjJiild bb created, in their tniSli.W&BVe i 'diffetehoe hevdr existed heforej^ fi^fefty ihb day's proboed ings — so fair as ?abVblu'tB...

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FENIAN DEMONSTRATION IN CHARLESTON. [NEW ZEALAND CELT, FEB. 21.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

; GaARiiEStOJS. .... CkeV?, ziJiEANb celt, vnnl lSl:t Sundays Mie,16th:bf Pubruuiyj wifi it day never to, bB forgotten by IriBhmeii. .itfab sUn shone tdbst glbridiisly, the sky was clonr( ailll Ualure appedrec| tb hd*b deckod horsblf in Her liuoBt ttttirei Ifroul oiie b'clook crowds of ^BdplB-were Bfebh.Wetiding their way to Cori Bttint Bdyj froiii wliiuli placo tho funurdl pro bessioh, iii honor of thd mttrdored Munchester patriots tons to start. At half-past two the band of ihiisiciaiiB timved, and., measures wore thull uitobtoil for malting a start* At turoo o'clock tne banner was unfurled, and wa-vod in the breeze. It waB a black banner on 'Para- matta;' lit the head of whiok were iuscribed tbe nanieS of the throb martyrs* Allan, Larkin, dud O'Brien, in green ribbon, two criioi nxes, and Erin represenbd ixs a female in chains. On the right et tlie figure wore the words '' Treusoti to ldVo b^r.'.1 iiiid on tho left, ' And death to iliifeiiuV* At the bbttora, 'God savo Ireiiind.'1...

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SINGULAR CONFESSION OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

.- BINGUI/AR CONFESSION OP MURDER. wt 'The' folio wlngM the text of a sing alar ? con cession' ''W;mura6£ima'de' by a girl, in .Ohrfsi r, to* Ihe, depot- witiil constable! Alexander Wiispn, E.iaudlot. Her own:freewiil, made the following -tailuoj life1' at ''Mr's1' Cook's. I came- there on ?*;SatttWy7'1asfc'.4- I had lived at Mr Davis's, '/'G^n'ierliflrHr' Hotel, Lyttelton, up to Tuesday iClfSEf' i.T-hfi5iJl)81en'' there about .five weeks. I -'fiaa^li^ea/pr'owb'tl^ at Mr jPtfgeJt's; .61 Leitli flejd.' I/'wjSrit; there frdiri tlio Imtnigration B'arra'o'KS.1 'I came out in th'e^tanbftsh'ire Witch ?'In yLugustfli&ity ^Before I left England I lived ~:witn Mrs '?Rfchar'ds,' wife to d cabinetmaker .??Hf'Port ligveni/in the. parish of Bretfgue, ??? &6unl|^. of' Cornwall; Ewgland.' u;Mf: ' father's ? Ham 'o' is !.;Sam'iiel * Hosken ,: a = miller 0 $btnTi&& 1 iiiills, lit the same place. I have four brothers '~anrS'1;h're&' &ster&' I ca...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

:^$^0q$m.;./ The subject which above fill others oooupies tbepnbliomii^y the horrible deed committed the other day at Sydpey. A Incredible as it may seem, it is trae/$iaj; an attempt has been ma|e on the Hfebf H.jt:H. the Bake of HJdinbiiraU ; . and though the attempt happily failed, it sJius cftused feelings of grj.ef olid indignation, -which, after spreading throughout the Australian ep lpnies, will trayej all oyor the civilised world. yh&Prinpe atjepded $]ie .Sajlpra' f$Q}iiB pjcnip, pjigi^^jayf;' pear .Sydney, New gouth Wales, . on ~fche lJ2th ipst., ' and after luncheon was walking with, thp Countess of Beknore and Sir ' Wjljiam Mupnjng, when a man stole behind hirn)vnnd/ at ^ho distance of two paces, dis charged a pistol-shot into his body. The Prince immediately fell, exclaiming, .?? Good God 1 voy back is broken.' Ip was found that the; bullet had struok the book, ' gbjouji' two inphes from tjje right side' of the lower' part b£^ the jspinp, jptnd afjter traversing t...

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THE LATE SIR DOMINIC DALY. [S. A. ADVERTISER, FEB. 24.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE LATE SIB DOMINIC DALY. [B. A. A9VBBTI0EZI, TED. 24.1 The last solemn rites are over. Oar good old Governor, esteemed by nil, and loved by not a few, has been gathered to hia fathers. Liko those amongst whom he lived, his bones will lie in this far-off land, and this, we believe, ia aa be would havo wished it to be. Sir Dominic Daly, when ha came here aa the representative of her Majesty, be came at heart a South Austra lian. His govern ment was a labor of love. He re apeoted the people over whom he ruled as chief, and they respected him. He was too old to form new ties, and we believe it is no secret that Sir Dominic has for years had the impression that he would end his days in South Australia. It is hard to part with him, even when his work is over and his remains continue with ob; bnt it would have been harder to see the good old man — so ripe in wisdom, ; so rich in experi ence, so gentle in spirit, and so prudent in counsel, super seded by a stranger, and leaving the land i...

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THE ASSASSIN IN GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE ASSASSIN IN GAOI... , Upon tho .arrival of ,; the ;;Pdtew3on atthe^ jvharf, tho prisoner was landed aiid' conveyed' iii.'plilirga of Mr Omdgo. tbtlie attbl;.5 Q'Fur Ml IS ajfftir-boniple.xjbhfea .injiilraijiJUi five ifeet eleven .inches iii lieiglit; dnujiiiiijarfently about flvbiiiid thirty years of ngo. - He: has a slight. Beard:aiid moustache and a military air. Ho iijjbi-fc.ctiy selfyposscssed, is .said to be a man of gb.bd dciUcatibbj and in mannbr is not uiit pieusiiif;. JTu waa ( dressed in a dark coat, aiid trousersj . aiid wi^tb waiscoat. His clothes wbre. tbrii, .to .; Hblibilb By ..; thp exbited crowd | and heieceived miiiiy Seyere'.bniiBes, his eyeS being blackened, his no go bSin^. ? Swelled very miiob, aDd his lips puffed but iim: those oi a negro. According to . his owii fjiatcnients— although he says very little and lnuintoiiis much reticBnce with respect : to himself- and the motives of - his dastardly, deed-f-he is a . native of Dnblii)-, btifc, lbft ttpliiud a...

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