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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

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Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ALBURY ANNUAL RACES. (Abridge from the Border Post.) FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

ALBURY ANNUAL RACES. fÄbridgeAfrom the Border Post.) . FIRST DAY¿ TUESDAY, 12tli robruary. First Hoco-Tho MAIDEN PÍATE, of 100 sovs, with a sweep of 3 govs oaoh added, for all maiden horsos nt ?i the time of entrance. Weight for ago; -winners, at . starting of 30 sors, 31bs extra ; 60 BOVS,'Bibs extra; ; 10O sovs, 71bs extra. Peunlties on winners not accu ; initiative ; 1 nnd three quarter milo. Second horso to , receive tho swoop. . Tostartàtl2 o'clock. Mr. J. Dickey'» bf Bruin, 8 yr«, »st 81b.'..Lett 1 J. McAllstcr'K br h Hollyhock, 3 yrs, 7st 71b...Dowling 2 ? Curran "a bl rj Telegraph, aged, Ost 91b.Bentley 3 'Camilla, Flamingo, Corsair, Deception, Fairy, and .Morris Dancer, followed in the.order named. ? Hefting nt starting : Hollyhock the favourite nt 5 to 3; Telegraph and Camilla, 5 to 2 ; nnd 5 to.1. against any other. Hollyhock wont away with tho lend, and maintained it for threo quarters of a mile, Camilla and Corsair fol- lowing. At tho buck of tho courso Bruin went , to ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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TRAITS OF SPORTING LIFE. FROM THE NOTE BOOK. OF "EDGARDO GREENHORN." No. 1— YE MAN IN YE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

;! TRAITS OF SPOETING, LIPE. , FROM TUE NOTE BOOK. OÍF *' EDGARDO GREENHORN.'* ! No. 1.-YE WAN" IN YE STREET. /.' : ' In days gono by, this, woll-known nppondago of Turf mysteries was supposed to be a myth--lie is now a solid inass of vcry:common-placo humanity-in fact, tlioro aro innny.of tho species living, and I will describo BOHÍO of them. Tile, prosent way tarer, in his pilgrimage through' tho .busy streota,of London, may not bib aware that in a part of the anciont City, within tho precincts of the parish of St. Bridget, otherwise St; Brido' and skirting ita .burial ground, is a circuitous narroy street, called Brido, lone-in-tho lost generation, whori Lumber Troop- ers and other political personages dwolt or met in ; tho City; it-.was known .'as containing a celebrated place'of resort for vonorablo fogies called " Cogent," who imbi- bed | boor and puffed tobacco, in an old Inn, colled " Cogors' Ball but Cogers and Lumber Troopers aro things of thoipast,. and a now class froquo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

rHntltD ATÍ^^MAN^OTAM^WN" STAKE of X £500, with a sweop of £100 cnoh added, lmlf forfeit open to oil thc Australian Colonies. Provided titree or more liorsoa start, tlio second horso lo receive £200, and tho third Itorao £100 out of tho Slake. . To be nm for ovor tho NEW TOWN RACE bOURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY,-.tho 3rd 'dir of December, 1861. Distan co, three miles. Entries to be addressed and fbrwnrdod to tho Score Vary, Derwent lTotol, Hohait Town, on or Wore tho 1st pf 'September, -18G1. "Eoyfoits to be dooldrod ono month before tho day of tho raco. """ 1 ,.- . ; Stone, lbs. ' Weights... i yrs. ¿ld 7 O'' * ii » ' ' .:. .8 ? G 6 i, ' ... .9 0 C " "&nged... - 9 -, -. 5 , .' -'STJiWAItD8.- '.? 1 : ' ? J. L. Ti. Tabíirt, Esq. Thomas Pichi, Esq. .Tolm Tiord, Esq. ' John Eiold, Esq. < VT. Kearney, Esq Tns.'Lord, Esq. "VV. Doddery, Esq. O. A. Kemp, Esq; ... ? S: Blackwell,- Esq. To act with StowariU to bc appointed hy each of tho botanics. . - ' . - ' J. W. GRAVES, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

CVENTÍIEÁIEÍÍ '. favouring us with, 'orders for this X; ! Journal win bc pleased to oncloso the necessary > auvahco for six months subscription, «is 13s, or a ¿1 ;.'"'nota which -will oovÈr three quarters of thovcnr. '.' nOKEBIIfG-;&'yiCHOTjS. ? MElBiOUBOTT-AGKN-CY.-Mr 'GEOEGE MAB-, , SHAliI^qf the Cricketers', Dépôt, G9, Swanston "atroct,'-.Melbourne, 'ia hereby appointed Agent for this . Journal in Holbourne, mid will from this (Into receive, 'orders from siibscribera and advertisers, to whom his receipt will be a suftlciont achnowledRment. , ; ; ' ; . picKiîRïNo-& NTonoLS. ' . Boll's lifo Office, Sydney, feb. 23rd, 1861.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ÏIEMITTANCRSLUECEIVET) from.W. N.. Junr,, Arroldnle¡ IV. r. . : J., »nil J, C., Oiinilaroo: n. and'S:. Wide Bu) ; E. lt., Ullin . long; J." F., llrnldwopd; CC, Wagga Wagga; IlrUbane . Water linces, nnd Maitland Agent. ... XRICTET.-A I« batting, and standing within his.creasel he play« a ball up into the air, and stands still, not seelng'tholiall. nnd not know-inn where lt I». D .wa» fielding, and could have caught ttie ball if A had got out of hi» way, A having obstructed him. although not knowingly. Is A out or nott Not out. R. P.-A and II run n mee ¡ A beta two to one, and it ls decided a dead heat ; .can A draw his stakes, ar compel Il to run ngatn 'directly! It must be determined hy the articles of agreement. J. J" COOMA.-S bet« J that to spell and syllabic tho following word ii In this manner-Cnn-ston-tl-no-plo ; J betittisCon stan-tlrvo-plc. "Who whist' Neither or you,'my "clever dears. .J. TI., PARRAMATTA.-The fight'between Kelly and Bingham tasted ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

' In tho't Commercial Bulletin ot Boston wo rend: Telegraphic hlundors uro sometimos os fanny ns thoy aro serious. Tims, ono Hr Brown, a prominent gentleman, hoing ill at Toronto, it was telegraphed to his family that " Mr Brown is no worso." Tho family got it " is no moro," und sent up u spacial train for tho remains. A young lady was takon sick while visiting in Olorolaud, and tho good folks wera dumbfounded with tho report that "sha lins had a child," lt üliould have been "has had a ohill." I,O5ÏDOÏÎ IN TrrE JîrNKTrtNTn CKOTOTIT.-Underfill's heading, a gentleman writes to tho Tinta !-"An inci- dent hos lately occurred in Fleet-street which is so' re markoble, and almost incredible, that I think you will agree willi ma that it deserves to bo chronicled for tho beuofit'of tho Mueiiulays. of tito 20th century :-"On Wednesday .afieviiboh Inst, tho 28th of ' November; i ! goutlcmáh eminent in the Bciontiflo world wan "proceed- ing on foot from tho Admirulity ta the' Iipiidou-brMgo sta...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

I AQENtfS FOR THIS JÔVRXÀI). S Bsn/s JÉIVR JN SVrisKY may he obtained every Saturday ni Mi Donovan'«, Tobacconist, Klug-strcet j Mr Connolly's, South Head Hood; Mr Andrew's; Chlpiicndnlc; iMrsluH'i, Parram.nin Hoad ; Mr Twynam at the Hallway Stinton » Mr IftsUe. Parra imtttafstrcetf, Mr MrittoS, Brickfield' Hill; Mr Hancroft,' Pnili. street t Mr Primer, ücorge-strect South j Mr Jackson, (»corce street South; Mr Lucerda, Parraniattâ-strcct ; Mr Bartlett George-»treet; Mr Santos', Erskfne-strccti Mr Latter, South Head UoaUj Mr Frank, Market-street Weat: Mr Isaac Ilavls Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street; Mr F. M- Moore' Çaallercagh-strcét; Mr Ford, Gcorge-strcet Nortli ; aria AU OttiieS Allen, IJotarry Hoad, Redfern. Agencies aro rouuircú: io» otlieï portions of thc city and suburbs. Adelaide.H. If. Cólley Adelong atarte Reef.W. II. Kent Albury.......Messrs Middleton and Co Appin....C. Monis, Junior Armidale, KewEnglsml....John Moore " Dalmain.Mr Glover llathurst........Ar...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A SKIILTJJ WITNESS.-That sleillcd -witnesses; often bolio their designation is well understood ; bnt a clcaror paso of lucus à non lucernia wo novor came across' than bno which somewhat enlivened the Supremo .Court oh Wednesday. During tho progress of what hos become gonornlly known as. "tho Mainstay: caso," a gontloman bearing tho.euphonious name of " Sixsmith," hirsuto in uppparaiico,, and. describing .himself an an "Ingin" Driver, was asked tho distauco from Homebush Railway Station to a cortuhi bridge Tho ground was well known to him from his diurnal journeyings along tho line. ; and ho said the distance was between a quarter and half a milo l-"Certainly not moro than tho latter,",'said Mr. Six smith; "I know :it cannot. Ijp,-by the mile potts" On further interrogation, tho witness said ho had no idea hom many posts thora wero between the two points indi- cated ; had np idea, Aoio many mile posts there should be; but at longth darkly hinted a belief that thre...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VIOTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE A T It I C A L S. ROYAL VIOTORIA. A crowdod hóusoj as wo predicted, paid duo tributó to Miss Provost on. Tuesday evening, on tho occasion of this lady.; bidding adiou^fór' á .scasonr-tó1;'Australia,*; being on. tlib'óvo of visiting Europe, bri' a ' professional ' tour, 'which'can scarcely provo bthorwiso than'successful." "We trust ât no distant day to have tho ploásúro of re-wclebm indobtodfor the vitality she hasinfusod into tho obbirigtido of the legitimate drama, to the reflux of which she lins so signally contributed. In bidding Miss Provost farewell, wo beg her acceptance of our most cordial wishes for her success and happiness. - . . ... ... ' Tho next novelty on tho managerial board is announced for this ovoning, which will inaugurate the " star" en- gagement or Mr. M'Kean Buclwnnn, a gentleman of whom many of our readers will doubtless retain a favor- able recollection ¡ and who on his present visit is accom- panied by his daughter, Miss' Virginia Buchanan, whom oui' co...

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TROTTING ON LONG ISLAND-AMERICA— EXTRAORDINARY TIME TO HEAVY WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

TROTTING ON LONG ISLAND-AM.EBICA. ; EXTRAORDINARY TIME . TO HEAVY I WEIGHTS. ? . Two matches wore marlo at Lafayette Hall, on an eve- ning about two weeks since, by Horace F. Jones and ¡Simeón- Hoagland, between the mares Columbia and lady 'Palmor, to go to waggons, nt milo and two milo heats, nt 250 dollars asido each match, and each maro to draw 330 lb. Tliis heavy.weight was proposed and insisted on by 'Mr. Hoagland, who was desirous of driving lady Palmor himsolf, and his own weight being over 230 lb, ronuircd this condition to sceuro for tho Lady a fair chanco. Aftor some négociation tho matches were agreed upon, and tho dato for tho first waa fixed for Saturday, 3rd instant, tho two milo match being reserved for the following Thurs- day. It so happened, however, thnt tho 3rd instant was marred by a bindaring gale, and tho milo heat race was consequently. postponed. until tho following Monday, when it carno duly oflT, and aftor'o finely contested trial, tho victory settled in f...

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CRICKET. SIXTH GREAT ANNUAL INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. N. S. Wales v. Victoria THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, 14th [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

C B ICK B T. SIXTH afiEAT ANNUAL INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. - N. S. Wales v. Victoria^ THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, Um : 16X11, AND lCtu.lfEBRUARY, 18Ö1. And to, tho great match of 1861 is now an KfTnir of tho past; tho cricketers of Kow South Wales have had to put np witlt'.dofeatf and tho selected cloven of our southern neighbours'liavo carried back with them to Melbourne tho palm of victory, and Mr; Cunninglirim's oup. For tho next year, cricket may bo talked about, but beyond that, nothing ; but as we bcliovo there ls' no time liko tho present, wo fçel called upon to place' o'ñ record our opinion of tho past game, our reasoiiB why it was lost, and our belief .as to How it might, 'and ought to, havo been won. Not long Have we to dwell upon this point, tied as wo aro for space, and, ofter all wo havo alroady written, moro' especially for ideas'; but wo should cer- tainly be. wauting iii duty to'our friends, did wo, from any fooling of fondness for either New South Wales or Victoria, ...

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BELL AND ANOTHER V. THE COMMISSIONER OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

: BELL AND ANOTHER V. THE COMMIS ¡ ! SI0ÑER OF RAILWAYS. '.; ; This action, brought to recover compensation for inju- ries sustained by tlio colt Mainstay on tho morning of tho last Champion Knee, through au occident on ' tho Great, äoulher/i Railway, was . tried on T»ea(lay and Wednes- day lost; beforo Mr. Justice Wisd'arid a jury ofJfour iîithj result being a tlireo-fourths verdict for tho plaintiffs for £500} " ' Icare being given to enter a verdict . for tho defondant, should' tho full court decide in his favor a point of law resorvod for argument: Sir William Man- ning, Q.O., Mr. Darvall, Q.O., and Mr. Stophon, appeared for tho plaintiffs, Mr. Broadhurst, Q. C., and Mr. Shep- herd for the defondant. Tho case, winch lids excited 'considerable interest, must be fresh iii the' recollection of our sporting readers, and wo coin only hero refer to its salient points. : Mainstay was cngngod in tho Champion Race, was trained at Burwood, und, on tho morriirlg of (Ito groat race, was tak...

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THE SAYERS ANNUITY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE SAYERS ANNUITY FUND. . Tho subscriptions forwarded to us for tho ex-Champ ion, in token of tho estimation in wlu'oh he is lield by the public'generally' for tho indomitable courngo displayed in rds lost pugilistio encounter, wore on Tuesday last handed over by us to the gontloraen who have kindly consented to net os trustees for Tom in tho matter, and to lay out tho money to tho best advantago for Sayers during his' lifetime, and his obildron ofter him. Tho monoy, which amounts to the extraordinary sum of £2,814, will bo so secured' that it cannot bo touched by Tom's creditors, should ho bo sp imprudent ns' to got himself involved,' noithor will Tom himself bo able to assign away or antl 'oipatehis income It is, moreover,; expressly provided that in tho oront of his again entering the ring tho trust eos shall at once devoto tho whola amount to thc interests of his children, BO thnt it will bo scon all futuro chal- lenges, will bo uttorly useless, and nt this no ono will re- joic...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE LIVERPOOL UNDAUNTED C.C. - We have read a report that this club intends challenging the eleven who represented this colony lately against Victoria; and     after the trimming the Undaunteds received from the Campbelltowners last week, the former deserve great     commendation, if the report be correct. We may be al- lowed however to express a hope, that in avowing such an intention as the one alluded to, our friends The Un- daunteds are in reality actuated more by pluck than by bounce.                             WARWICK C.C. - This club has engaged Nat Thomp- son as professional bowler; and we suppose he will ap-   pear in that charactcr in the match this day against the Alberts.       &nb...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

SYDNEY HOllSB MARKET. Meura Butt anil Co. notlco considerable animation In the ¡hone market during the week. Several country lots have been cleared ntnnadvnnco on previous price* t 2 lote .from Kinma «nd Shell Harbour, went from £30. to .CST, for harness nor» ce t and £ IS to £25 for »addle honen t 2 lpU or Sn nnd 25 In tho cattli; market, all unbroken, reallied from £2 to £10 for aillea rand £8 .to £15 for colt« i Rood conditioned homes Hill In demand, particularly broken In hanlon hornes. -, . Mr: Charlea »fnrtyn fciioría ¿lie Höhte Martel hoi riot been veiy brlak thia week. The salea have been email through the holders of atocle asking prices considerably lu advance ofwecont. quotation*, which Imycrs are «Ulncllned to Rive. The demand''I« good how even, and fair prleea are obtainable for itrotuj «roll conditioned lioraes. . Tliolinpoitcd Durham' Hull val »old for 100 guineas. .???;.>;?. , 1 .".' ,' ?* v '

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SYDNEY MARKETS FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

SYDNEY. .MARKETS* FRIDAY. lirllULWIALB FltlCBS. : WnciT.6« Gato Ti,Od par bmlieli flour,£18Iq£13perlom matzo,6« harley, 3s « capo dino. Ssiier.ouitieMltW, colon, £6 to £8; lucerne £3 loi to £i per toni bim ur, dd to 9J ; ebcèso. Od to Iii bacon Bd to 6d per,1b t K«t.s Od to lu perdozen t fowl*, M Gd to 3B Gd per conplo, potatoes,- £3 lo £8 per ton ; fittjilys Od,to Sd per lb t lxcf, 40s. mut- ton, SO per owl ; llldei. Si to l,is ! tobacco, li 2d to ls Od per lb, beat Quality. Iiticerno aeetl ls 6 d por lb, retail 2s t .perennial rod clover, Ulltn Ultto i while Dutch. IsCdpor lb¡stullon and mlxol graues; 2s Sd per.lb, sorghum aàccnaraium, 6d por lb i »cod oats 3s Od lo 4a. pei bushel. ' » .. . .... ... V .» -¿¡Pi,- " FEltltU AND SON, Comnilislon Agents.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

llATMinKiT raircj -Hay, »a Oil tn Tl Od i »Iww. 3s Al to 4« 3d i trltent,lt Oil to o» Od ioau, 3» Od tn4tOil; darloy, 3a 0>t tnüsöiltcowr, £50i to £9 Os; caire*,£1 fia to £2 t burk, £4 0» tn £6 OJ per loni treen muff front Od to la por dozen bundles; corn, 4» 9.1 to, 0« Od.

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POLICE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

P O LT C EV I A TirnrnrJB COPPER.-Thcrb waa sprent joy in tho 0. P. O. on Tuesday, when Mary Ann .Kiley, ono of tho fairest of tho flowors of York-street, waa gallantly ^docked by sergeant Keay to.answcr certain, allegations made by; a bright looking youth; calling 'himself- Mick .Lowis, a squatter, nt prpsont residing. in ¿no ,of tho fnsliionnble bonrdih ' houses in Olaroneo-streot. 'Mick haTÍng.rpntila tcd his thorax, stated that, on tho previous "Wednesday, hoing a groat lorqr pf tho legitimnto drouin, ho went to the "Garrick's ifoad" for tho purpose of "freshening tho nip.1' Hero he. had tho good-luck to fall in^vith Betty Martin, nnd. John Eussoll" %(not Lord .Tohh), and spout sonio tirrioi .¿xélinngirig convivial civilities .with thom. At this timó ho was the ¡fortunóte proprietor of " a fl'pun. noto^.nino .vtiiis^ and a silver thimble'.' with ¿hain çàblo, and Voy atfachod.; ^Himself and. (friends then'proceeded to à colobwltód hotel ót. rho. corner of York and Mnrkot-streots,...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MARCH 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

BELL'S. LIFE IM SYDNEY. .j,...,., -SJVÍñit, 'MAROS 2, 1861. T'h.B-.'p'roceeding* nt- the Lambins Flat have as- sumed an aspect thatnoiv fullv justifies thcscrious aiipre'ieniiorn entertained by all who appreciate! thu advantages assured to the community by the 'maintainance of public 'tranquillity. Thc picture' , ;of the present condition of'the Burrangong Gold Fields presented by the Colonial Secrétâry_to tho.j Assembly on Tuesday last was indeed a " very distressing'' one, «nd reflects hut little credit itpon the energy or wisdom of the Government. That in tl lis colony there should exist a combination of five or six "thousand armed m'en,'actine inionende finnce of the authorities, is truly, a subject for well 1 grounded alarm. .The fact itself is indisputable, having been officially announced by'the'head of the' 'Government to the Assembly, on the'authority of "information for.varded by the officials hu the spot. Jn fact, so.immensc is the dancer that the Govern-' merit has, w'it...

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