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Poetry. Sent to Heaven [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

:Sent to Irea e .` I h?3 aiessage to send her, a" To her whom my soul loved.best, ButI.had mytask to finish,1 ";:.' : . And she was gone to rest.' STo rest in the far bright hie.iven Oh, so far away from here, It was vain to spak" to hiy darling?" 'r . For I knew she could not hear I .i . es 1 hdd a me?ssge to send her? ^ '.So tender, and true, and sweet, 1.ion6ed for an angel to bear it: i nd lay it down at herfeet. I pl?'ed it, onesumtier evcning, .IzOn a cloudlet's fleecy breast; ?hUt it faded in'golden" splendor, : nd died in the crimson west. 'ase it the lirk. enxt morning, CI \ce"dl"I watched it soair nnd sonr; ,lolt, its pinions grew faint and weary,n nri d it fluttered to earth once more. Sthe heart of a rose I told it ; iid the perfume, sweet and rare, - GGrowling faint on the blue bright ether, i,' as lost in the balmy air. - laid it upon accuser, "-nd I saw the incense rise; lut its clouds of rolling silver ' Could not reach the far blue skies. cried in my passionate long...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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TO TELL THE AGE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

TO TELL THE AGE OF A HORSE.. To tell the age of anyhorse1 }; f f Aij; Inspect the lower jaw of cour?Mi! I`~ The six front teeth the tale willt ie And every doubt and fear dispel. Two middle "nippera" you behold Before the colt is two years old.'-:',;. :?-:. Before eight weeks two more willeom ne Eight months the corners" out the gum.. The outside grooves will disappear From middle two in just one year." i ' il In two years, from the second p ir ; In three the corner,, to, are bare. At two the middle " nippers' drop, At three,' the second pair c't stop.--- When four years old; the third pair goes, At five a full new set he shows. The deep black spots will pass from vie'wlc ' At six years, from the middle two; The second pair at seven years; At eight the spot each "corner" clears. Fr,,m middle "nippers," upper jaw, At nine, the black sp"ots will withdrawi _.~~ The s cond pair at tet are white; Eleven finds the corntrs light. As time goes otn, the hor~i~Uemenkn"w The oval teet.h 'hree ...

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ELSTERNWICK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

ELSTERNWICI4K PAR.L SonsI eaLrs silnce an- applici;tion was made to the Lahds .Departnment for it lease Eof the Etstenwieat k I akl foi the purpose of formilntg a trotting course. The club ',was succssful'tanl secured' th ilease which his a'e onrnc' of some yeiars yet, a trld expires iin 191 It imust be aidumitted thait ihen the club secured the le ise, the lands in tended :foir iairk aitd '·etiaon. ,rounds were little better than swamp, and might for t long tine have. reinainaenile so. The' clib, how ever, has at coinsiderable 'expense imade miauy niich needed aiiunirove ieits ' ie'accordance iwith tlhe iSo now being imadit se'-scuie : arenewal of the lease fori t ten= yeirs.fhis i however stoutly resisted by tih resi "denits .whow :wih the 1dt.dto he iap plied.o the lupi e i foi t dr ichiit haslii eenreserndl.' With' . 'reg ard to -'the .'el ;rif merits`rS' of tie ;a?se, the Minister of Lands should havqaino 'decision: :.iThe factis -are'v?ry 'stmnpilo: therefore: be {mot em .iiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

1Having an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers, and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings.

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Regulating Children's Teeth [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

- Regulating Children's Teeth Will ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth. . Improves the appearance and prevents .. .decay. Stopping Hollow Teeth, preaerves them for an indefinite period. i - Extraction is necessary when the teeth are ,:too much decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth then make an efficient substitutefor the natural ones. All the above Dental works, repairs to .plates, &c., &c., is now done by J. H. SNIEMANNw and Co., Dentist and Chemists, Sat their new consulting room Church-street Snear Middle Brighton station. [Advt.] '-. SHREWDNESS AND ABILITY.-Dr. Soule's SAmerican Hop Bitters. so freely advertised :in all the papers, secular and religions, are 'haiving a large sale, and are supplanting all other medicines. There is no denying the -virtnes of the Hop plant, and the proprie Stors of these 'Bitters have shown great ai: hrewdness and ability in compounding a SBitters, whose virtues are so palpable to - everyone's observation, - Examiner and...

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FAINT HEART AND FAIR LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

FAINT HEART AND FAIR LADY. o- 'r:e-e are men who . ould walk up to a canto,.'.' mouth with p4 rfect composure, but who subside into speechless emr barrassmunt in the society of a womanl. Why she proves so formidable they would probably tid it difficult to state, but the f ct remai's. A' certain professor at. St. Andrew's University, a good many years ago, a most estimable man," possessed of a pleasing person and a handsome competency, was well advanced in life before he could make up his mind to marry. He would fain have had a' wife, but was too bashful to seek one. Finally, however, he fitted up his house:afresh, and rumour reported that he was about to change his state. The popular voice was right, for, on a certain day the good doctor was seen at the house of a lady for whom he had long been supposed to entertain a liking; he wore a new coat, and, in great agitation, was wiping his " weel-powthered head " with a snowy handkerchief when the dcor opened. SAs soon as he was shown in...

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OUR BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

OUR0 -BABY. -o0- BY A bOY. I never could see the use of babies. We have one at our house that belongs .to mother, and she thinks everything of it. -I can't see anything wonderful about it. All it can do is to cry, and pull hair, and kick. It hasn't half the sense of my dog, and can't even chase a cat. Mother and. Sue wouldn't have a dog in the house, but they are always going on about the baby, and saying, . "Is'nt it perfectly sweet !" The worst thing about a baby is that you're expected to take care of him, and then you get scolded afterwards. Folks say, s" Here, Jimmy, just hold the baby a minute, that's a good boy ;" and then as soon as y-u have got it they say, "Don't do that! Jack look at him That Boy will kill the child ! Hold it up straight, you good-for-nothiug little wretch !" It's pretty hard to do your best, and then get scolded for it, but that is the way boys are treated. Perhaps when I'm big folks will wish they had duone differ ontly. Last Saturday mother and Sue wen...

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MORDIALLOC & FRANKSTON RAILWAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

MIORDIALLOC & FRANUSTON .. RAILWAY SERVICE. The " Argus" of Saturday had the folh lowing pertinent letter on the above:. 'Sir,-This line is again to the front i topping the revenue returns for the hoe days, but the over-crowding was somnthing ýo to be remembered by the travellers. ere cnot certainly rom for' rovemer in running these trains. Many people w uld gladly wait at the seaside these arm evenings, and so prevent some of the'over crowding, but no train leaves Frankston after 9.35. In the afternoon trains ftll of people were to be seen waiting for over half an hour at Mordialloc ; could they not be - sent on when filled ? This line seems to be left to earn the maximum of money with the minimum of trains. It is to be hoped' that the duplication will be pushed on, so that at least a portion will be available to facilitate the heavy traffic at the time of the Easter encampment. While on the subject, I would like to draw the attention of the authorities to the want of a tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

BUYERS OF FURNITURE Bedsteads; - (nrpets and -Linoleums 'SAYE` ' PER CENT. I " -0 "0 "... . ' .. . 1 ByPrch .sing' nt DHi. M· '- JONES AND CO'S Warehouse, OOCN1IR OF i - , u, - .,m" : , . . . 2 . 6 d .: 1iry:r d . 'Tapestry Carpet, i4s 9Od per pyard Brussels . Carpet;:,' , ... 3s:"lid; per yard. Linoeum = ,' ii 2s 6d6 e yier yard. Furniture Re covered id per -yard.. SFurniture Re-made Carpets Cleaned and Re-lraid oH. Morris Jones Mtn; tderny.r FAULKNER & CD., MA U fATTU iC JE1ELLE 32, LONDON AND PARI3. TH. TALK OF MELBOURNE. FAULK ER'S { CELEBRATED DIAMANTE DIAMONDS i DETECTION S FAMOUS AUR.iNIAN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY IMPOSSIBLE. FAULKNER'S DIAMANTE DIAMONDS are known all over the world as the finest imitations ever produced. They are perfectly white, and EMIT ALL THE BRILLIANCY AND REFRACTIVE POWER OF THE REAL GEM, and are the only artuijal Itiaonos mup.vieions to the action of water or light They willbearcoenparison side by vide with the iost SUPERB BRILLIANTS OF THE F...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

EURO]UEAN NEWS. 0 LONDON, Jan. 2. The Austro-Hungarian reserves have been called out for a week's practice with the re peating rifle, commencing on the 22nd inst There have been heavy falls of snow in Poland and Galacia, which will have the effect of greatly impeding military move ments in those countries. Mr Robert Gampbell, of Bnsco Park, Berkshire, father of Mr. R. Campbell, M.L.O., New Zealand, has died, leaving personal property to the value of £617,000. The revenue of the United Kingdom for the quarter ending en the 31st ult. shows a decrease of £430,000 as compared with the corresponding quarter in the previous year. It is announced that Mr. Parnell, who has been for some months living in retire ment in England on account of ill-health, has recovered, and will resume his active duties as leader of the Irish party. The Argentine Republic has decided upon the payment of bounties on exported meat, and for this purpose has santioned a grant of 250,000dol. per aonnum for three yea...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

GENERA ITEMS. A LAMtP explodid in orth' cirus o Saturday night, at Grafto. T audience wer,,' paicatriki, and a scene of indescribable confusion followed. Women screeched and fainted. N one was seriously injured. The fire was ub dued before much dauage wa dne. , E London corespondet of the -liverpool P.et" udertands that a narriage will probably be arranged bt ween Prince Alexander of Btteburg, to of Bulgaria, and Princes Louise f Wales. The Queen is doing all she can o promote the match, though the Prince f Wales himself does not view it with uch favour. If the marriage be arranged, Her Majesty will heavily dower the Princess. A MADMAN amed . Duncan created quite a sensation at thGlenrowan station last monday. He threa ed to o the stationmaster and the police. Tiln ijrbilbe ceremony in ommemor ation of the receptton into the priesthood of Pope Leo XII, which took place o the 23rd December, 1837, was celebrated last week at Rotome. The proceedings opened with a procession of cadials,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

llauks. Commercia Bank of Australia (Limited). Anfbuhisad Capital ... £3,000,000 Suaheribed Capital .. 2,300,000 paid Up ... ... . 1,000,00 ItcncrFic,. ~i. *. b70,000 HI&D OFFICE-34O- COLLflNS ST. W. London Office-BishopeAie,. St. \Vithia, ,oq.rer of. LdenhaUlstreet, E.C. _; BRRaflHTON BBU ýT+:R'=.. ý'. ~reer~ flays : Cociraae Streets. .,''. e current xatca. DIrAPT T on London =office branctieu nd a.genies of the Hank issoedi nt.dioet ratesof exchsnce.- ; ;Dliii DW'onnteiiant it A~aces iide. ,ar! W. N'FariaaI, - ?` , Manage r.. .NGLISH. SCOTflSH AND AUrSTRALIAN :CHARTERED In> ( pon t, tl by. Uojt vChrtcr: 182) t;PaiM up Caimi.t ýiLh. power :to'-ý .i ' increase toaEotK)... ..720,00 Beenriabiitv ) bharcho~llets -,'£730,00900 Istat Wick Ih ticii: BlranCh: } IHUN TJ.YIROAD, r-" *, (Near Ra ilhway _tatidn) eatiilloied Oil Fixed Dkpoeita rý'.kW ýest Batec) the Londea " re a'gents ofthe Dank Enrl 4qt a~te, . 'Exchaagce. te."c ;.`, " ý -k _ c.. r: .' , R. riB NA6~KENZI.Er~ e ,Str...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

MORNINGTON SIIIRE COU?CIL -, • --1. SATrriDAY, DecEanmRcS 31. Present :--Cr. Irvin. (presdent;) Benton, Thompson, Turner, eddle, Unthank, Renouf, and Downwanl. MLNUTES I TIE minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and the secretary's out ward correspondence road and! approved of. COIRRESPOND)ENCE. From A. Jones on behalf of the Fell monger's Association, asking for the use of the park in which to hold their annual pic-nie on the 9th. February, 1888 Granted. From the Saddler's Society making a similar application--A discussion en ned as the application seemed to invorve the exclusive right to use the park, eventually it was decided to grant the request under thle o isul co nllitions SF . T.. q3.. njostna,3 irepo, Of "C mar ný, he clo de f81 `p of t'p Kio Wee Rup Swamt. T report set forth thil it had e animonsly d" cided to request the ornington Shire Council to lend them e ery assistatce.-Thto writer to be in" formed that the Coun cil was not interesed in the question. . Fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

F0 OR:- SALE, ; First-class FIRE WOOD co f the' Ton for 2 ton or more a lowest rli ng rate.o Orders promptly at attended to. JNO SAYERS; Jun., New street; Brighton.' 10OR SALE.-Brighton North. Grand 1 2 Business Sites, Main road frontages, corner allotment. Simmonds, Bay-street,' Brighton. 1OR SALE.-Draught Horses, four and five years old, price from. £20 to £30. Apply,., Charles .,Cochrane;,COhesterville Road, South Brighton. B RIGHITlON NOttTH.-Grand.. Busi ness Sites, Main Road frontage., corner allotment.-Simmonds. Bay-street, North Brightoii. - 1fOR SALE.-Three. well-finished .4 S roomed Cottages, w ith bath,. waish basin, pantry, enclosed .back veranidah: Yan :Yen.. .Land, sSLG x"20.r to a 101t rghteof-wayS- Lairrhde-street, close to. Middle Brighton Station and State school. Real bargains. ",21t SALE -Neat new weatherboard - cot?age, verandabh, 4 rooms, bath and pantry, within three miuunta of 'Middle Brighton Station Price, £300. Inspec tion invited, A rare chance. Apply at ...

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CRICKET. N. Brighton v. Brighton Union and Juniors. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

IIRICKiET. .i?,&n.? Brighton v. Brighton 'Union andl Juniors. This nmatoh was pl:yed last Satir ;:diay on the ground of the former (at 'Coast C. G.)- -The North having won the toss elected to bat,;bciiig all dis :osed'of for 71: of :which> A. iSped ding 60 not lout; Cochrane 88 ;'Hall 28 baitted well;. for the nortlh. The U: Uand J; then ~vent in to bat, andi at call of tiine hid lost w ickets for 19; :.I-Hove, 6 for 12; A. Float 1 for4. i' Brighton v. Kew Asylnum.: This match was played on Saturday ?nat'iew . 'Duni winning the toss sent .:in Turner and :Boxshall to .bat first ' for .th Brighton. Boxshall :was 'b.owled with the third ball for 0. Sheffield joined Turner and broight :iithe score to 35, when he was caught behind the wickets.for 'a well-played 10 Einery, after making 4, was :caiught onr hhei:long field. Dunn waii s :next in and brought the score fto 98, ;when he ,.was 'bowled by lMH Kie- for 71: Siiils only miide 8, whei he w.as bowled :bythe siine bbowiler' ...

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SOAKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

;" SOAKEI3D; .*" V av mKdeplboirble was the .predic?i eiit iii which holiday seekers fouifd themselves bi Mionday las aitat Bigli to6 Beach h'e..Tie noruiiwui ' wihichý opened fair anl sultry; tenipted 'out ists to go forth ii search of pleasure, but ~thinly clad. ;.Befo6re: the :iday closed, however, Ai;the' pihenomnal downpoiur which took place, found excursionists altogether. .,uiprepaied. The result was- that- frantic :efforts were made by thousands of drenched people to get back to town by ,rail.) While the railway department ' hur ried up" the trains as fast as possible, the strain on its resources was al together'too ge the result bein that thlusands of plersons eage ly soughtfor slielter:oiily to. b cdisap pointed hli" e w i no help if t rii 1 a 6t& a aidis ullyt toii huddle togetlt it'lie d simptd getht q.sittioig thecin ~ daitioun' anU 'icha~ cwhateveffi? orsecuringpo t el? nsidderlthatthe sneld ter taffordeat te lpublic iat schi' a.popult colieitis as Orioghton Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CoRONAT OPUS." BRIGHITON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Elleslllere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, N Near the Town Hall - lPaisrxcIrAL: i' MRS. J. HAINES, :.. te of.Clifton Hill Ladies' College), ForiseeraI years teacher under , the Board of Education,.? Assisted by SMISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathemantics., S. -GRENFELL, :B.A., L.L.B. French and German, - i' HERR OTTO MULLER.,; Drawing and Painting,..,;: J. F., JONES, EsQ.. Pinnoforte, ST;i'. HAMMOND, EsQ., 'Miss BURKITT. R.A:M;: MRs. ORR, and' Miss A. E.CO ir.?.:;:. -:Calisthenics, - MISsEs )DICK, and MOON. -- "'.' Resident Governessu.. MISS-A, E. COX. . TERMS.: (Payable in advance) -- : Day Pupils . Nt Esglish(as below), also Languages ,... .,: ? ? One and half to Four Guineas per Term 'R?esislent'Pupils (under 12 years) .: English (aso below), ,also Languages, :.:.tMusie, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term dA e :!l dent.Pupils (over 12 years): ; English' (as below). also Languages,' Mi.: sic, and Painting ....

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

r * - [ioi iidflfl ua r 1 ;; 1'i :ISENT Ciit 'Lhoinpson (P'residentt)4 ,\Vi6 ofrldq ada 1231a0o : CO-?LES oD???..CE.: nfrti Ciulfield Shire Couneil greein to pay hilf: the cost of :tie: miation of roadon the condition tint.O . iiO g h counmcil also s to allow of fiveacies ei eli nn iate foa ktt.ieolirddok dd for Itroia L Maoicssohlicitoi' ci. snnu mig on behalf of his cliuit duiin ges to the extent of L iit . i dth u the etioin of the council i 'nilowiu' S]'ole tro exist in the iwairaal: roaiii The writer said that l . ? iloov ieiwas driving along when the vehicle went into as hole ob riat, aCiniagui an siiut of; clothes ided 1 ?t ?£12, asiials ciusei, hini tuo iisc to: ipa ,£ extra hire for: thu , ionse dil bug: sot : cuter tamned 1rons 1 Shieof Nuazn adiu iasking thu council toi ppoist two deleatcs to ittenld scoinference icof muiiiciiil sepreseitativsestob e olthe 16th inst., to take iito considerstion the necessity :;:of. 'securing aii in creasead wilte supply to the suburbs sou...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

Ii:ra tenth annual picnic held'in connection ith the Saddlers Union ivas celebriteda onii :Mondaly . (New Yearsa Day,) whenu aboutO350' iilneibers and their frniids were coiiveyed to chliiinaper .1eoint. in the favourite steaminer Dawn. On arriving at the point the exetirsionists asseis blled ft the locial. cricket grounitl.; here a capital progra'unime of sports was gone throtigh. Soie of the '?rty wio did niot take in interest in foot racing welnt alon the beach acud held pri vate picnics oftheir own Dacin was comniiced iiii the 'livilion to the sti i s;of Stitch's bea'itiful ? ,'iand enj oy` thiemsel ves -:: the -principial event on the pro amine w'as -the S iddless HinIiciap which created a vast mouiit of interest amongst the. memb~iers of the itrde. and ifter an excitiiig strggle, was: won on the tape :-by PIhillips. Th.. coih? mittee deserve great praise for the energetic manniuer iin which they cairied out the duties devolving. upoii themi T'lie p.r.ty returned to town iat 9 ...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XL. DAYS OF JOY AND YEARS OF GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

1Rovelist. "a>DAYS OF CRIME YEARS OF SUFFERING n-til .; of.eptember(o matter in .a1 aloZneunchauged; lovifg,,truthful,sas (i:opriibted from t'the i?Astralas an l of 186^ tert cial ermission) n the ,aty ;of Septenilbr (sio matter ih' u ichoie' d relte I o entseredt ad sire ass alone, unchanmased, lovinig, truthful, os SLy, ndwans fri tile first. It wasit a lovy a nid as suich .ad its chianm for sel;e hu to others it would be desti ti jtercst and so let it pass un reed home, treated ine nisost coirVt eo ly, and]. was priv ilegcd to visit at asny i as a rcco'nised suitor.' i cose I could'tlive upon loiec, and; nso sught eiploymeiit, and succeeded in ih niag it. 'A Melbourne "solicitor, at tLi tiino :isn ctensive practice engaged tise t the liberal salary of (; pier week. a our weeks everything went as pros Iperouslyasl could wisli. Attheeildofthat period it cans tto bd. known to the other :ioeitores who I was. 'A nicting of these sget Chiristian gentlesman was hold, and a resolution...

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