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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, OCT. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

L-NCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. -4---- Mo- ?o ,- OCT.- 23, . Present: Mr. Graham (in the choir), and Messrs. 'Riddle and wragge; The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed.. Correspondence as follows was then dis. posed of. from the Trade and Curtoms'Iepartment enclosing notice to be places in some. con. spicious place in the district. From Woodend Newham and Rochford Road Board enclosing an account for work done by that board. The Clerk laid before the Board a'balance sheet of receipts and expendituire. On the motion of Mr. Wragge, seconded by Mr Riddle, a special meeting of the board was called for Tuesday next to consider the matter. FINANCE. Accounts as follows were passed for p ay ment: £ . . d. Murray 5............ 0 Blundell & Eod ......... 3 19 .3 Gannon.... .. .... 100 0 iý y&Co. ............ 15 0 0 A deputation c:snisting of the Rev. MIr. Lind, Mr. Birney, and others waited on the board requesting that steps would be taken to drain off the superfluous w...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

bi rilmore Frve Uncse t t rrs.:sa. n . IUUJSDL MOILt. C THtURi.SDAY, OCTOBER 2u, 1865. POST-or'ric? Saving Banks are now being es; tabliched throughoat the colony, and ;n al- e iusion on our part to the institution may not I be out of ?lace as in a few dayss we are about P c to have a branch opeied at the Kilmore Post- uilec. A Saling Bank established on this frincipie is we think calculated to do a a great deal of good to the masses, for not c only can the largd depositor take advantage of it-the man who may pay in £50 fort nightly, that being the limnit--.:it the one 1 who can only spare sixperice from his week's c earnmgs can also place that to his credit, t and-even a sixpence.paid in w:ekly for a few years amounts to a considerable sum. In clause 2 of the general regulations we read: -"Deposits of one ixplnce, or of any number ofsispeuces, or of pounds, shillings, and six pences, will be received from any depositor at the Post Office Savings Banks, provided the deposits made by...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

ADV ERTISEMENTS. AT PIGS pur ph.,: , W. Ky.et'e DtcLer, Pyj. V ney st.ter, £ l;;.o e. I -- -----------^ Young Samson" W ILL STAND t'I SEAEON st Kilnoro and - will tr.rel the dictrict of Broadford. '3. ;s6 .(h :e by A re, "isir -f'.. year c.'J, rt;nd 17 hin' hi;. 'f i.man, une LIng snrd ir.; (l-, A a enr di. .r. , acd ILa prfced LiaiArcif I; sure fri ' '.: t. L'. Eii t;rr. i that cer'I'atedc Lincola bori ."Younr -amn:i:" i b;irrei y Mr. Od,,ne ; dam . '" D lly' ly ;r rlt-.;' "Bie Ciu n.Bio:" her dam by "Fao trer'i FI c,'' L~t ol the C:yeed.le mare "sFau" inc.-,-e:d by r-r S ppp-r-. 1,l y Itk Ah fi 'et priz-, as a brood m'yc, .at the *i-t k.i:mcre S6o0, tb.rebeic about 13 ccmpetitor a~org'.t lh:m rinm rae tLt took p;ri?s as prevriwe, LJo.-e. Al o the Befit clat horse "Blackleg," Risig 3 years old, ly tbh cerlraied imported Clydldad e Lc.r:e *" B!ac:lfg" ct of a pure Clydeidale rare ; a siater o' ls 1i~ok a pri-a at thelast Kilnarei rhow, c-3a hi1 graui.-Jam fi.at pi.. !e:.;;: £3 fcr t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

Of the harvest prospIct ein Tasmania the t perplexicury of the 2Sth instant epcigotacquaints t with =young :.idow, wh!o lB;?--:--watih h aap-.a th terc in the sae -Dhouse" I .Mrried B T y a the r fel, sha Circulta fe it, i loite it. promise well, and eghter of my wheieth, ned marri ei pearanee of a plentiful grain-h crest. Wha:t Al has been r wifn largely, and potther-in- plawti ao is now at its hi~he. t p ith. 'fhe rao, Lnbl lhave bene !tei much by~ the Lite riins anl iih ry micfe's matteprs gehterally wear ay ste-iey •d I= am the step-"father of "ny mother-in apct than fIr step mother, who it The saIep d jurl shter ofthmt quartzwife has croy hieg is natur w o be prosecutep-brodher bcarouse he is t' e on o fnd the foiand step-og paer; but be:use h ST?on of minaugur fatioher and of te quar tep-cmsothern; I bcompanies ion Fnof mydistrit i's artep-daughv re t?r :ng is my , -i the tranmotherip of the ht teboall I.t' am t2? grandfathei- o ui"m ,e p'-rother. My wife haqits a-Uo a spet b ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1865. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

KILMUt? COUNTY COURt. . *Eauui , Ociroinu SO, 1866,5. (Befare H.s Honor Judge Skinnei.) His IHonor tiok 1ii aseat sooi after - ten tuin. and proceeded io heir the Lollowiiig "- ene v Breene. Struckiout. Ni'olson v Kavxanagh. Struck out.. M'Kenzie v Slil:. Struck out. . Meade v Fennelly for £2. Verdict. or amount, with 4~. GJr oats. JBindley v Rvan. Struck ouit.. .. : Same v rKabit. Strut! ort t Same v Roughau. S"tiuk b ut. Same v 'rrwick. Struck ouii. Same v Gibbons. Struek out. Plummer v Proudfoot. Struck out. Taylor v O'Conncr. Verdict for costs, amount having been paid into court. Bindley v Bruce. Struck out. Bruce v Baine. Struck out. Same. v Phipps: Strack out. Young v Jo'lmson for £8 9a. 7d. Mr. Twigg for plairtiff. Verdict for amount. Sugden v Wright. Struck out. Dohertyv Hollovay. Struck out. Maxiield v Cunningham. Struck out. Nicolson v labat. Struck out. Same v I~M-loiey. Mr. Meade for plain. tiff. Verdict for amount. Woods v Aitkia for £6 17s. ?fr. Twigg forplaintifi, Ver...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

COMIBIEJCIAL INTELLIGENCE. - KILMOBE. Mr. MRC~.'d, rorrc ;.cur Mil., quolee: F!rizr £24 - -r ton, Erma £3 15. ter t-'". cr 2 per buthd P&M -d 1 i.: Wl FoL' fzo8u prr bl hil MLr. Georg, Hudeot qoots -: Oatr, CWori, 4,91 to 5.0] per bhuii1 27-, 2 3dper bushel Pellird, 2a 61 per buebel Pctxt e,, 18 t3 L10 per ton. llaw,7s0 Oper aut . a. d 7. per cut. HXastcaOL-From the XjurX eeuiiWe quscti e (vl!owing rrices: Thur, bet, £23 per t-n Wbd, 9e Od to9.G 6d per biuhel . Polretd. 2. 31 per F ushel Brea Si perbuebel O.ts, 4 d per buahl1 P ir see' oats, 5e 6d per buul Hey£7 10a1r to1 Fotacoee, £10 per on KYmr.w.-Tbe foiloine ane the prises now ruliog as qu3'ed by the Kyneton Guardimu: Fkur, £21 to £21- 10. per ten..... W'hae,S.oerbinhel 0.'. 31 to 34 I per busitel Bircca.I Frcm t"e Bendig, rdipig we qucto the fW'lowi £ wholersle price. current: Fiocr A&. lade, £_G per ton ~ Cc(c niial £24 , ~ Chi7ian £23 Iran, 2. pc. bem el Og±5, cir,%.il, 4. 91 rer bushel - Ctsf0f £5 per trn Th...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

AGENTS FOiR THE`"FR PRESS." -0 T 3 5LJ GORDO3 8: GOTCH, of Ccllirs street 51; il_(nrli , bate been appointed hents y.. y C J AiRET, Hell cf Ccmnrerce, MEL. j0' i. erBN7 d Agent fort hi journaI. t. tIARONET, Teacher, BtIta.do, he. bees .p r- :Lir Jc.u~rtkin that GiAtrict ýEE~~hLLT, Soreoeeperr,DSBLIMO-F rCi3, Riv'er, haee brcn appointed agents inthat L~if.- tis J,;: naL TiE KILMI ORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING alr ETD Y E STr, 5 IL3IOII. Jt.zsti r al~ .t:.Lrg in h.e. IilMorE Fr-e I 14wrz:e as L:.r rWO g lING? LAND LiXNCE PER INCH. At-.4e:rr of :s per ct t ai:l ba mace £:r crct red ft,- cnv tro23h; twen y rFr tvcrL:-s1`-; ''·. Lbhc-thrae per rn: f.:r S=c: t _e t:-b:; and alictki=nL a specs1i arrange mat W tie =1a10. f'c !re of tu Nc: i;,t'oo to tbe Xiimore Free PFra rii be 6; f, per ter in town, end 7e 6.1 if posted SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, e1 J'. e Mt, I, Ki'm,'r; f-r f;ur ycerP Resident Uargsn to tie CoLLuy Hosrir'ti cfenmt, JYOfID TO SYDNEY SIRElD' 1T nOon O...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 October 1865

LOC L'TELLIGECE. , •Nw Ro .Ceiro?LIC l Or flcoTE - n Sundoy last re ip. go Jthe fight Rcv. Biahtp -goold t byte Bevs. t f .?er Corbett no d a n( ipaB" y the celebrated the opening cere f the r eiw Church at Heathote. A g yx of it aoetators assembled to wit Sie "bneeo me of them coming from a he oup ads of forty miles. Lease-- A lease for Richard Trevaskis 190 2r 22p in the area of Carrick O'Shan ny now at the Land office, Kilmore, and   ' " ta notifies that it is necessary the now should be forthwith executed. s, r the he ring of a case in the court o Friday, Carty v Curry, be o?o: r Judge Skinner, after a good ~f erowe~ring the plaintiff in the case ctted fotr pejury. His Honor athr . se tie renked that he would treat -e wh? t -:he thought swerved from th fror w.o did not value the'ssaerednes -sth in rho sa.;e way. In another cas te a4,. ve L Lc , the defendant was or- th -'Jbe increerated for a fortnight, ? :yi'ho-aer His Honor having clearly ½4 fcr what reason, but a...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

LEGiiLATIVE COUNOIL, 2V,,DAT, OT.oaus I1, ,185. raox 'ran "Aaovt a." In thle Lgi.sltire Council on Tuesday, Mr. Mitchell propeosd the appointment of a com. mittee of seven members to confer with the commit se of the Legislative Assembly, on she questi?n whe. thber it was in acourdance with Parliamentary usage to unite supply with appopriation and to cals with the gold duty la one and toe eoas bill, such committee so be chosen by ballot. Mr. sladen seonded the metion. Mr. Fawkner otject:d to the commmittee being me. leehte by beliot, and took the opp)rtunity of com* maeting on the reply given by the Governor to the last depetatiou secrtived by Lis Exrelleney on the sub jcet ot t4e crisis. Mr. Miller complained that Lia proceedings in the matter had been antici asted, sad that the motion, instead of biLeg onicu:ited to seure rcecncilistion, was a direct i.sn !t to the A.sembly. He believed that the tso Chamnbtrscculd be ro.ouciled, tad the oifferencee new ruiling ths country settled, ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE MURDERER MEYNARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

THE MURDERER MEYNARD. (FROM THE GEELONcG REGISTEr.) THE following is one of the confessions made by Meynard the evening before his ex ecution. The fuller confession, said to in clude vario:us other murders at ,iff:rent times is still procurable. It is in the custody of the Hon. the - Minister of Justice :-"I st?nd this day of our Lord beifore His grace, being about to leave tIi world. I know a man of the name of Sweeney. The first or secondi day he insulted me when I was in a quarry at Warnambool. I never insulted him. A day or two afterwards, I had a civil word with King, which we settled and were good friends again. The next day Sweeney asked me where I was reared ? d said what made you let the shellback say anything- why did you not strike him ? I said I don't like quarrelling. At this time anything Sweeney told me to do Idid, and gave him anything he wanted like a neighbor. After wards I found him troublesome and quarrel sbme, and commencedgrowling. I then moved my work to anoth...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

An adventure which an enthusiastic api rian had a few days ago with his bees (?3 the Daylesford Express) is ludicrous enouoh to remind one of Ithe disciple of Izaak T~?. ton who, at the close-of an unsuccesful dayr angling, consoled himself with the reds tion that, although he had not had a sin?l? "bite," he had got "a glorious nibble! " ?I bee-master in question has a theory that his interesting little friends-will not hurt an7;~, who is in the habit of handling them. bith this impression, he was endeavouring to se. cure a large number of young ones that hd left their home, and were about to set up is business for themselves. The insects ha settled by hundreds on his head, hi bead, and even his face, without exciting uneti. ness, till one of them, in playing md, drove its sting into his forehead. This ~w too much for the philosophy of their ownel and in an unlucky moment he gave the o. fender a vigorous slap. In an instant the whole troop inserted'tlieir lanecs in his fei?h and, ro...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE LEICHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

THE LEICHARDT SEARCH EXPEDI. TION. The following journal, kept by the sur. ri geon to the Leichardt Search Expedition, tl has been handed to us for publication. It to commences at the date of a former des- te patch, and completes the account of what a may be considesed the first stage of the ti journey. It was forwarded from Nocallja, River Paroo, on the 16th September, to the b secretary of the Ladies' Committee :- ii Aug. 10 to Aug. 15, 1865.-As mentioned v in my former resume, our horses were now t in a most wretched condition. - I therefore c thought it advisable to spell them on the lE little good feed fortune had reserved for us I in the vicinity of our camp. On the 13th a inst., I received a few lines from Mr. M'In- a tyre, directing me to bring on 'certain por- a tions of the stores lying at Menindie; and d the following day we spent in conveying t them to our camp, seven miles, and making a preparations for starting, f Aug. 15.-Travelled about eighteen miles v along the riv...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

10 CORRESPONDENTS. TV cuure tfe iLter-lc, of cc imnirati~'a it ip aLecInte'rt c- r iht .1;'r uhculd h ecosChed in - gctrrt; iam:tt:ei ztd Rritttr iF t'.e foam o .gY cn ommunicet cri i*:tinded f r inirtrln !klu-t -o atirtctirited h the rrne arc a'dreea ot tbe waiiCr. act Ie(&eL riy fQi i : b'a cion, bEt as a &uarantee of faid fiai

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WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1, 1865. Before J. Taylor, and G. Hudson Esq's J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

WEDKESDAT,- Nov. 1, 1865. -4----- Before J. Taylor, and G. Hudson Esq's J.P'. James Hurley, brought up by Constable Keating, charged with being a vagrant was sent to gaol for six months.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TUESDAY, OCT. 24. (Before F. W. C. Beavan and J. K Trainor Esq's. J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

TuDDAT, OCT. 24. (Before F. W. C. Beavan and J. K Trainor Esq's. J.P's. Robert Edgar v Allan Stewart and John Nicolon for £4 103 work and labor done. Postponed fora week at request of defen dant and upbn their paying the eosts of the day

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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A CHINESE LETTER HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

r'A CHINESE LETTER HOME " S(n-to3 THIE PE.?K Dows TELEGRAM.) We have been shc-n. a letter written by snint.eient ChinPse storekeeper in this i-rCt . ) t om ~e En.li;h minionaries atHong - eng,. who are edu'ating the writer's son. The following is a copy of so much -ofthe i tter as does not relte solely to private matters : " Rev. Sirs,-Pardon the liberty I take in thus addressing you as I doubt not yo- will when I exp1.in my reasons for so doi ag. ' 1 have often desired to communicate w'th you, but owing to my want of knowing the English language, and not being able to express myself so well as to be thoroughly understood by an Englishman, I was pre vented from doing so till I became aquainted with an Englishman, one Mr. Henley, who is the Anglo-Chinese interpreter to the Gov ernment of this colony, and knowing the Chinese language perfectly, he has done me the honour of translating this Ltt:er-. " Since co::ing to Australia, I have had at times gr.tif?ring success. In the colony of...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Mox~nY, OcT: 3:. Present : The Mayor and Crs Arcus, Hudson, Sugden, Dowling, and Murray. The minutes of the previous meetmin were read and confirmed. . Corresrondence as follows was then read and considered: 1. From T. Coghill offering £1 for ,so:e posts and rails: OUfer not acepted. 2. F'rom T. 1. Roberts saying that people had been put to great inconveentece by the reserwir w ter being turned off without no. t cr It wu a veda y Cr. Hudson, seconded by Cr. oo-i, and carried that the :ime.fjor turning oif water be betweea the hours of nine and eleven, a.m. on Tuesdays and Fri. days. J,. From R. Baugh, toll manager, enclosing Councii's portion-- 128--of the receipts from the toll fund. leceived. 4. A letter iirom Messrs. Kilgend-r, Chara. iey, and Liddle was left over for a week. A report from the Inspector of Nuisances relative to bad drainage in Mitchell-street was referred to Health Officer. The cousideration of a report from the In. spectcr of Nuisances, ...

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THE MAYOR'S BALL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

TM. ?I AYOR'S BALL. .8ir,-Thanks to a resident in Kilmore I I have been'informed of a few interesting par ticulars relatingto theabove,andalso a few of f 'the characters as selected to be assumed on the occasion.. I hear some of the dresses are most magnificent, and Shakespere has been 1 quite studied by not a few I hear his wor ship has obtained the loan of ex-Mayor i Cohen, Melbourne, who wore on the return ball to Sir J. T;-S. the bunop a knight of Malta. The order of procession to welcome the Vice-regal party will be followed as far as practicable. His Excellency and suite will leave Melbourne as soon as convenient, the Chief. Secretary accompanying him play ing the bagpipes at the Royal Park. Sir John S. will join riding on his highly capariosoned donkey. Arriving at Wa'lin Wallan, His Majeity King Budd will take a seat in his xecellency'a carriage. Your enthusiastic mayor who has been successful in obtaining the loan of .the moke from Broadford will ride him as far as Pretty S...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. (Before John Taylor and George Hudson Esq's. J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

KIL3MORE POI.ICE COURT. Fiona, OcronBz 27. (Before John Taylor and George Hiudson Ejq'. J.P's.) Vincent Perron v' Alfred Thomas, for £4 13s 7d, goods sold and delivered. Ver dict for ampunt and 22s 6d costs. James Cdsihon was charged by Charles Grattan Anderson with attempting to rescue impounded cattle and ordered to pay a pen aliy of 2s 6d and 23s 6d costs.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 November 1865

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (TO TiE EDITOE OF THE " F3EE PRESs.") Sir,-In.passing through one of the streets the other day, I chanced to see an advertise ment calling for tenders for the -office of i Town Clerk for the Borough of Jamieson: As a respectable salary and light work was promised to the ucceessful candidate, I. hur. r ediy read to the end of theadvrrtisement, thinking all the time that he would be a for tunate man who would get the situation. But the hope of myselfbecoming the success. ful candidate, which was excited in me on reading the first few lines of the advertise ment, vanished as soon as I read to the bot. tom. There to my surprise, as I have never bren desiroius of coming befcre a body of -learned critics, I saw it written in very con spicous characters thA:t to be a successful candidate a person should prore himself be. fore the august Council to be a man of let ters. Having thought no more about the matter till the evening the Town Clerk was to be appointed, I, o...

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