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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Friday, October 9, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

Intelligence. :;;ljj)UM'J>-i OPS- ? rSiSSEiTHJC C0SEES- - ; ?'-? ' P03SDEXTS.3 ?P?f:4r"vf'"" STDKSY. i^V*S;::('i''' ; October 9, Spaa.- i..-. Thefiawral of Mr. I'IcL-eric, late In *pecto?:-G??eral of Police, took place on -3Q?Brsda.y afternoon, and 'was very largely -attended by officers in the public service, ih? entire body of police, and numbers -ef prhrttfe ittdividnabj. , The gtmey of tbe "railway line from . Albery to TTaggi Wagga is completed. - It is-the intention of the Government _ to ask ParEameni 'during- the ensoing eeBg jop l for * .vote- of money for the . conetaictio?of tbowtrek- ' The Torres Straits Mailtas arrived itTowmsTille fire days under contract '- Cattle snd. sheep unaltered. Alderman M-utioa. has been &iod && , to-d?y, for thrashing the proprietor of the Western JOidepcxekxt (Mr. Sac), j ?t Battiurst, in conscc-ccace of a per- ' sonal attack which appeared iathencres- j paper. The Sue yrss paid by public j subscription. j

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (By Telegraphic to the Harald) Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

MELBOUBKE IJTE STOCKS aEsJSKET. (Sf Telegraph to th& HertOdy. WKffSTKTKkX. Uessx*. DaL" Campbell and Cw? report: Fat cattle, 960 penned, principally northern, sad much wasted- l'ruaes scarce, md up 20s- Sheep, 2S^XW —same as last week. Ilcasn. Potrers, Euthcrforf, mad Col, report z 25,000 - sheep yardecl, xaoetXj from the north. Quality Rood to prime, which. ?old about Cd. lower. 965 csttkk yaided. QnaJitT generallj not fiood. l'jice? txther lower, except some few choice pens, wltich sold itiglj. Messrs. R. GCibcon and report:—Cattle, 06U yarded i prices dowu except lor beat qttftlitr. Sheep, 25,009 penned, prieee nnaltercd- Wessrs Itvan and Hammond report:. Fat cattle, Oβ penned, n few prime Beat rose from 10s. to'lCa; Ottieffuniltered. Best bullock* made, from XJO ,t? '£13 TlOe-j Jxist cows fromXStojra. ??Weeold'lCO'buHocJc? icoai Cfaesliunt, BjOloo H*Tier, areru?iag JC9. Fitfc cheep, 28,W? forward,anwfcet dull at ?. slight fnlj. Best wethers, IS*, to IBs. Cd.; beet cvree ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Rev. William Fidler. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

The Bev. "William. Fidler. The Rev- -Eidle-y ops of tlm ministers officiating in the "Wcsleyan Centenary ? Church, Torlc-street, depar-1 ted' this life yesterday afternoon.. -Mr." Fidler- -preached for the last time in York-street church, -on Sunday, the 27th'September,-when,; being Tery. ntt-i well, he was compelled to shorten the service) ;-aricl On fhe-followiriri; : . day "Dr. Moffit found him suffering- from a severe attack of .hijprichitfj and gastric fever; Under suitable-treatment the fever was subdued; mid on FridaT" lasij he was ahleifo take an airing in a car riage, for whicine said that he felt much better. On -,'. Saturday he ap peared to be.hhproyirig, but complained of great prostration;' on; Sunday bron chitis and'fever were again manifest, and on the evening of-the 6th he wandered slightly, showing symptoms of effusion on the'brainj Early'Jyesterday ? morning he became comatose, and did hot again return to consciousness. Mr. Fidler came to this colony early in the j...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOR DUNDREARY'S EPITAPH. By Himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

XOKU jniXMtElEt-S EMTATK. a-flamr. ' jr-am\ tttbe tacit n-dan.' ftiy-warhatt. lb? wouloeQi '? 1*k boUt, i, , "Of T?rt Bond*?*** - —J?Ui, tba-tb?th taldeab, S— o* Uvea B-dnnawrawy .th-Oiathwoat ifcv J.V.- If Vn. * ?*rfM?t 1m*— mth. tb??a tlML J-V.T-U I'nri>*?l. Joowt bn—Trth.O>?t?t?oo. Hut tb-thra I tlwd. wr-vemlnetb, ot comlit, which. lt*?o wh.wh?tltb Wcofnw—th-tiMth Komi. - 7t?? my c*a lla, tlfealMMxiea I. ant 4ewz. UtooULOt, Tori tb?e—Vnt btctbed It 1 Ye-wtme?iber, vhal libel. I But wb?UV ehrr ???? ot o-bothewtairtnO?e above, ; One of eb-thoao thins* that ?-uo fciuhoaa aad oat 7-; 1-so I wUlthrfWWplj thar I wath. the man. Who w?Mi theb-l>?otb?h ot thath- Mto?**-Tham 1 Yeth. Wtot, Mth. oe lan*Uc, -wfclch jrott ?-t>kata ; Alt—oat U-trr Jo??t I tb-Uwacbt 1 wata going- to fftinriUl. > - ' ThoU Ts-iro.oh? Tin noi>. livcatsth; 3:4 m ibee. laternml wot. .JIVT?-tKi* w-wuos, betbblth'vto.-laake Jon Haaa-h, macb a iMtwaTV Mttbject atb ai>.?t>-p-<t>-?P^&...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original and Selected Poetry. TRUST IN GOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

TKUsxrs aaa. '. i?!.:"'St JBCST-* XX-tnMt t* Bftavafta e? wew Oc *** pf W? ?B?a??L lioararwtt w*th .uixhi-n-* few C-A UJ? tCMMrt atop*, at** ffcHtfcC-ttwe JC?^. ? AaAftgTWf„fhf. C-od k-Mnue. " t , ttJwla ?n=Jtfci? lx-bwy,. — Arm* ?*??**? t'w wtwiwhl *i?ftt*? *&*>? Xmt tSrtmuk ttt-tbtfr -^W. , „ ?a?BaWKta^te?ibi?irt?ygrbfrdff?w? Jr *JV> tteta We avjMwhX rcrbftf, AIWWI.dOWU T?>lW??fi"a?Tt-tl>B*a,ift " r Xl??Vl?c?-7?nrtni>tt ia Oo?* ?tonc-. Ba?M?ber ?aJ&v

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

:-,-Isixmgrs£x0n, Tins Tybttruht, with S23 immigrants, arrired last evening j and the bamuet PlhnsoM with Si-i immigrants, ahx> for Sydnev, has now beeu out eighteen, ftwy"-" These immigrants come out to t\xe colony trader the regubitious ol tite Gbveromeut for assKted immigratum, and pay one-third i>f tlu? co?V of their passage. A* most ?f the- other "British colonies in this hemisphere wvrer off?-riitg free we nuderstaud that the Agent-General Ira* I CMa.si<b?raWe difiS cnlty in the first instance in wlectiiig eligible person* ; but partly is the re sult of information which ha* been dis srmrnated' in regard to Xew South" Wale*,, we are informed that Sir Charles "Cowper hopes, soon to be able to send oat a slripload of immigrants '?very month. The Tyburnta, a fine fult-pooiicd ship, belonging: 'to the Merchant Shipping Company, arrived last night from Ply mouth, with' immigrants, and a raiull general cargo. The- immigrants comp rise 42 married couples; 82 single m...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Murders at Torres Straits. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

The Murders at Torres Straits. TliK Jloel-hamplon Hullclin of Septetn lier'lWfity*:—By tlie.Tinoncb, Mr. Q: B. ; 8haw received a letter from Mr: Vivian Bowdeu, giving the sad details of the late murders committed at Torres Island. The letter was: written on board the schooner Southern Cross, off Hodda Bay, San Chrisfoval. It is flitted 14th August, and mentions that ' the Ly ttopa, schooner, homeward bound, ' was then in sight. With respect to tlie murders Mr. Bowden writes, —" I. am sorry to ltave very had news to com municate. .Poor.Mr. Obbard and the mute were killed by natives of Lan, one of the Torres. Group of islands, on the ? 2nd instant. The circumstances of the case arc these the first instant | we arrived at Boka l!oka, the souther most island of the Torre* Group. The boat was kept going lietwer-u the vessel ami shore all day, purchasing yams, ?tc, Tlie native!* uppea c I friendly enough, but arc great thieves. On the 2nd. in- ' stnnt, at H.iW p.m., the boat went ashore a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

GOULBURN. Emma Cross, and Phillip Purcell, for forgery in the will case, have both, been convicted.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. Before Messrs. J. Browne, and G. Jarman, J.P.'s PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 10 October 1874

Singleton Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. Before Messrs. J.. Browne, and G. .Jarman, J. P.'s. PROHIBITION. A prohibition under the 39th section of the Act, was granted by their Worships on the application of Martha Hunt, to restrain any publican from sup- plying intoxicating liquors to Francis Hunt, applicant's husband, for a period of six calendar months. The defendant is a blacksmith residing at Broke, and the grounds on which the pro hibition was sought by his wife were, that he was injuring his health, wasting his property, and. bringing his family to want, by the excessive use of drink.

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Commercial Intelligence. . ? . SINCIUBTON PttlCE IJBI. £ ?. * X a. A Hay (Oaten' iwr ton. .. — .. 6 ? Ota K 0 a „ (Wheatca) ?, .. .. ?,?.??? ?!???? .. (Lticbw) „ ,. ?1? ??? ? ? Ualaoper.lnu&sl .: * ? Oat* „ ..-...--s.—..-?--> <? ? Potatoes per owl- .. .., .... mo Vat* CWhoIraaUr) 6lI.(B?Un>-'M.p? ?Iox- Butttx (Wholesale) ]OtL, (Retail) It 34. per lb. llu-oti (WboM??J<-> Si to 64, (Urdu!) KO. Chowe (Wfcolpiah,) 10. per lis

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the &&ers.) The prospects at Parte" are looking well" Nuggets have been found -neighing' 12 o?? and 20 ozs. each- - . A meeting has been held in Melbourne in favour of opening the Museums, oa Sua days. Mr. Francis' eldest daughter has been mar ried to Mr. Maddens, solicitor. Mr. Cohen, Commissioner of Customs, bourne, intends retiring from office, and commencing buidncse as an auctioneer. Okaxafaas not left Melbourne, and con tradicts, the reports that lie wa? about leaving in -the xuaH steamer. ? Mrs. Charles livock, and two children, ?were severely burned hy a. fire. in Latrobe- Btreet, Melbourne, before they were rescued. Mr. Francis intends resigning his seat be £ano leaving; Victoria... , ? ? At on inquest held on the body of the cbiW 'found in ? paddock, at Sorry Bills, the jury re turned a verdict ox ''."Wilful murder by some person or perrons: nnknatwn-" Sir Hercules Robinson arrived at Fiji on Uio 23rd September. The ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Alleged Skinning of a Cat. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

The Alleged Skinning of a. Cat With regard to the cat. sfcfntiing case, the GceUitp .AdrxttUer of Tuesday says^:—" \fe learn ihat the man berry, who .Tias. accused. ,of : the gross cruelty related in oar report, "was s skia dealer, .who -was evidently trp to all the tricks of the tzadev as ja answer, to Mr. PanfQ? he admitted. J i?. was a*aie of the custom at ionic to .flay cats alive-, as the .for always stood better afterwards when sack -was doeeu... Xfces? is. hardly the eKghtest, reasaa "to' believe, he was not srdlijr, and thexeadeats in-Mere dith sre -rery much annoyed he should haws succeeded nt getting off so- easily through-the reluctance of -witnesses to give evidence. Probably Mr_-Stray berry" will be more closely iratchcd for the future, and should he be caught skiiming'live animals it is .to be trusted he Trill be severely dealt with.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Atrocious Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Atroeions Robbery. Tbe Auckland Evening Star gives tho following particulars of a robbery with violence:— "Anatrocious robbery was committed on Sunday evening', accompanied with violence, under the following cirenm stauces: A man named Thomas Rcnnic, a seaman, had been paid off his vessel on the previous day, and turned into one of the miserable abodes of "West Queen-street, where lie formed the ac quaintance of a strong, "burly fellow named Charles Blake. On Sunday evening Blake, under the guise of friendship invited Beanie to _ take a. walk to sec a relation ot his in Wakcfield-strcet. He consented* to go, but being a comparative stranger in Auckland, did not : know Wakerfield street; and Blake took him into Sy monds-strect, and when near the deep embankment there, Bennie said he should like to walk as far as PariiclL Blake immediately struck him a violent blow on tlie head, and knocked him down .the cutting. H? immediately sprang like a tiger upon his victim, placed lii? knee on ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Explosion in Regent's Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

TheTLate Explosion in. Begenfs -? Park. Am.ut>ikg to the above occurrence the Melbonrne Daily Telegraph is led, to observe——" We livo in a daily proba bility of a catastrophe on a far grander scale than any London can ever hope'to rivaL And -there is n6 knowing in which direction we may be taken. Thue, from 50 to 100 tons of , powder are stored in the' Boyal Park magazine, of which a Government Board the other day reported—' The interior is too dark, and the want of sufficient light" is attended with much riskin stor ing and removing powder. The present shifting-room is too- small and too close to -the magazine. The loopholes in the surrounding wall arc unnecessary, and there is no stage or loading platform outside the* building. . Let an accident happen at the Royal Park, and not even the cemetery would be left to us, the city of the dead lying in the direct line of the explosion. The same remarks apply to that lively spot, the ITootseray magazine, which holds 180 tons, and at w...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extraordinary Swindling. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Extraordinary Swindling. A nEruTATion.for audacity in swind- Iing'is not easily obtained in this en lightened age, but nobody will seek to deprive ,r Dr." Ernest Uhling, of Saw York, of this equivocal honour. Some two years ago, this gentleman insured the life of one Louisa Germs for ten thousand dollars. ' The lady died last April, and. was buried with every mail: of respect, and when the doctor applied to the company for payment of the* money, he met with unforeseen difScnl-j tics. Notwithstanding his. own certi ficate of the cause of death, supported by that of a local physician, tlte managers were unpleasantly sceptical, and in,the end obtained an order for the exhumation of the body. This led to' the discovery 7iot of the mortal, remains of Louisa Germs, but of 19 bricks ncatlj papked, together, and screwed down so as to keep, them in position. The as sistance of the police was sought, and the doctor, together with the undertaker, and Louisa licrsclf, were taken into cus tody. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1874. Natural Talent. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

WEnNESIlAY, OCTOBEK It, 1W4. '-.-' Natural Tulent. '.?.??. S50M*;- 'old .classical. sage has'.-.- said " poetac ncur.untur, mm jiunt ; '*' and lie might lntye>.? extended hia remark so-as. to.npply.it with eipial truth to painters. , liistortan? t m?isical cortiposvrs, nrclii— tecta, and w? fortli. : A.. tru? i?atntcr is, is as inaclin chilli of nature, ,-is is a pucL Tliere; i? ?i?> Tnakuijj aconi{Ki*cr, if nature lias (Icjucil the'uinterials mtt of wlitch it comjmacr i.? idaitt). -.V, QiialiticK'/. %y)ic(Ucr "poetical, mu.Meut, or:i(t>rical,orwlratnot, arc lioni tnth mm jitsf. as inucli as tlielr <nspOMtKm?, tlici'r.'vjesigiit, oir. the m r Iniiation of their \ voice. ?".-Ttroy are, in fact, gifts Invishlr beatowctT on some, ?lmt : lanvcnlauljr irithlield . frrnu otners. Aβ, hi iiotiro ? we /find the' liyyhetft ?'?^nceirAte'^'4ei^opihOTfc;';'of/''tl?e , :. , 'J??i-' gmktic.fiKJnlUyV "?i ? ?>tbeTH we fiiid. it almost ?lweni.Tlio.:varying' degrees and combinat...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Melancholy Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

A Melancholy Incident. Tke following sad story, is related by the Mount Alexander Mail of Saturday: —Some twelve Or thirteen years since, there lived.a family in this neighbour- hood, consisting of hnsband artd wife und two sons, tlie letter from 10 to 12 years of age. The husband becoming rather intemperate in his habits, and of pecidiar temperament, a separation took place in the heat of anger, Mr. Yottug taking the two children -with him, and leaving his -srife to do the best she conld alone. After being away some months, one of the sons came back and took np his abode with bis mother, but for up wards of twelve years no tidings were heard of Mr. Yottng or the other boy.. Anxiously the poor -woman, toiled for. the means-of existence, and after selling off all her property, removed to a distant part of the country. Here her anxiety was manifested by her constantly watch ing the varions in order, if possible, to find any CTace of the lost ones. By some means she got hold of a-copy ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spiritualism in its New Phase. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Spiritualism in its New Phase. We learn from such high, authority as - iSxer jfortTiightitf ~~&eciew, ihat Alfred R. Wallace, "F.K.S., William. CrooW P.S.S-, and. editor of the OuarterSi Journal tf Commerce, W. H, Harrison: ?ER.B,' and Prestdent of the JJritJeh KfirnoTogicai Society, with othw?oc?rpj_ ing high positioes in the scientific and Utexary ? world, haxre been eerieusrr ia vestigating the pheaomea* of' spidfem. Tfa?T3ep6rt TFidcKttase 'leaatie&RaceZ men make ,Xhere taby-ntf etory of* myih. w rairacle,. fijatgs more meredMeC'tae? then- narraiiTe.^' They'tell 'vs,'m. grare and-sober speech^-that, sthe spirit of a girl -who 'died a hundred years ago ap peared' to them in visible form. Sic talked, with them, gave them,locisof her,hair, pieces"o£ her , dress and- her "antograph.. They saw her in bodSr presence,- felt her person,, heard her voice; she}entered 'the'room in which they were, and disappeared mthouithe opening of a door. The aaeans declare that they ha...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Local and General Bferwsv Tire Weather. -^xince; Skfrjuiday .the wrathcr l>a? uccn more. rcnujirlcabfc.Ior heat than auythiug else-—summer having set in with Kreat intchntyv.' rare;, elomlleiis. days aud nighty with n. nrronK tropical Ann; hesm inpj down in the dey-titrie, harelieeii ex perienced. Mince one last issue - in tliis diiitxict, rendering umlircllius -Vc_ tucful apiiendagcw for pedestrian.i to carry for nhclter from SotV ScnrchtaK r?yii. With the hot weather flieit Mid iiiHCct? have becamenoiennncrom llliuj pleiwuit, and btr to get rid of them, or prevent them from hciiigtott troublesome, ie : no doubt, n question that will trouble many ntiuflH for Kwmc months to come.. The clan* has reached a* high a* degrees in the iilljAOTKOVe' BKFECTtt OP : IBEWIL Ai;AlK.—We understand tlut another vaiua }>le cow died oil Friday night Vast; f rout the cffcctti of feeding ui??i wiUI trefoil, vrhicJU is growing so luxuriantly at this wuou of the year in {his district. The Ijeaet w...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Comic Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Comic Prophecy. ? The following Bfcit, in the shape of a prophecy, is translated fronvthc Aus tralian German Zcitung Tran quil Wolfgang, Englishman/by birtby left the following prophecy before his decease, 1873, in. the Franciscan con- Tont at Munich:—lB74—Spanish Re public established; dissatisfaction in France; war prepared in Italy; decease of Pope Pius IX; a new ruler in France. 1875— War fcetween Italy and France; the army of Italy besieges Paris ; defeat of the army of France; National rote taken in Corsica, Rizza, and Savoyen ; inundation in Austria. 1876—Paris taken in the month 'of March ; peace ratification In Corsica; Corsica, Rizza, and SaToyen. incor porated by Italy ; Revolution; in Spain and England; Prince Freiderich German Emperor; ? the pest in Russia. 1877—. Communism' in Franco and Spain ; European Congress in Rome; the new pope is reconciled with Italy; general war preparations in Europe; divided into fonr States ;' inundation in Italy ; -unbearable cold in Germ...

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