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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

7)J PAflTU'Fl.S On* Monday. the Adaluide C(did not clear the Heads until thirs dlv.) Same day the .Hope, Ctptia~n Greave;, for Port Philip, with 120 eanigralnts, anad 34 rank andfile of tile 5lt. Yeºaterday H.M.C M.. frigate Venuti, for New Zealand-hsone say" for \'.1 auaiut.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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THE PRESBYTERIANS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

THE PItE1llYTt itlANS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Mronitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sti ,--Y.n will do a favor to many Ptevhyterians, shonld you inset t in your valuable Jlournei,t the ful lowing extract frotn the Belfast News Leter of July last; in which tile Editor examines the griunds f,, tile formatin of a Synod, here in Decembet. 1837, by tile Ulster inlnistrsr, and gives his opinion of its expedliencvy. The Editor, even In Ireland, lets out the follow ing secret:-"That when the ship Portland had reaiced Cape ()tway, at the entrance to Iiass's Straits, the ministers were called tanether, ntnd it was disrlctsed to tenm, what bld inot been ienutioned hlefje, that theI Pre-hvterv of New Solth Wales, the bi dy officially ric?gunized by the Go.vernment, was so scandalou"ly corl upt in discipline, and many of its nelbers so hopel'ssly imuotoral, th;at the best course was for .the new Clergy to finm t heam slrtes into a Synod, Independent iof the Preslhtery, of withich up tc that p...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

DTARHV M'lIU)tlt4HUM 1'Oa TtIIIKNSSIf1c WRpK 19 II ia Warat.r,.'9 15 A "il.-: 9 37 P M. 2'k. I tli.s Wate·r, 10 0* i n.-- .1020) P 'ha. 21 1 ilik t4 atrr, O 35 a 14, 10 4S:P M,. 2? H-igha ýVatpr,'l '11 A ii.-~ 1127p :21 li 1gh Wdter, tr 11 ."1.& .- 0 0 P n. 24 hIh1i Wt: t!, 0 10 A nt.- 0 :16 p. nt ýI..nn=-First Quatrter-1lm. after 1i. M. 23 ,I i 1tihtV .ter, 1 6 A i.--'"1 3. P3.r. M. .%'uj rare., 52iaa. pas 4"-Sets'Smu. pt. t 7,

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

* 'tiherbip 'tetr~orotogicaii Lfab~e. ""VRtIýTro'4V OTIIERAJOMIMTER, &C. &C.-TrAKRN "AK' 4 IKE MUI) IN(I, 12 AT NooN. ANl) 6 1% 1'tl l '.VlRNINmi RK:ryPCTIl.1. %'EI rps4Y .. 12 (il; 76 6) `W Cloudy "IIfU~nUaY. .'1: "2 1 0 W Dittq F *.ll1. ...... 14 7e) 74 69 SW Ditto '`.1I)&n liAY ....15 62 74 68 5W Showery NIlDAYv......1U 64 80 78 SW Clear ?1 n'4I) Y...... 17 6l8 7H 74 NW '1)tn' ...... ...........IS 68 76 71 NW Ditu 11: ae:.Tsimpa. 72

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

- £bipping Itcitenigcttr. -ARRIVA9. - On Monday. the-brig Alice, ':27 tons, Captain :arnn.s, from the Cape of Good Hope, with wine anid f irit. Passenger--br Fittzierald. G. Porter & Co,..agrnts. :(The cargo'sold in Sydney to arrive) Sminie day. the brk Elizabeth. 194 tons,'Captain Pritchard, froati .Singapure 20th August, Swan IRiver-. .:ng .George'-sSound -, and Adelaide 29th Nuvemnbcr,.and Port Philtlip Sth December. Cargo, sugar and sugar-candy. 'No pas~engers. . Same day, the bark Lotus, 228 tons, Captain Gore, from Lttulceston 10th instanlt, with sundries. P'assenger-Mr Charles Gore. Same day,-the bark Caledonia. 1.93 tone, Captain Symers. from Madras lith August. Swan River, and Port Phillip 7th instant, with-naerchandise. Passengers from Madras-the lItv,. Mr 'Turnbull and 'lady, Mr Burton, and "18 Eurnpe n convicts. Passengers front Port Phillip-Mr J. Smith, wife, and two children, and Dr. Ham'yn. From Swan River-Mr .'Canlield. Yesterday, tbe- bark Portland. 541 tons...

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Fraud on the Crown Land Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

Prancd on the Crown Land Fund. Tle Flnrald of Iotladay week states as a faet, tlhat tome em:g. ants iately asrived, were hired to Iinceed to ourth Australia, and proceeded thence :accordingly by'sea. - :.It is a can/italthing for South Australia, by all thee d'lerence between the expense of a passage henci' to Suuth Australia, anld one all-the way from Sthe mother country to the new-colony. But it is -a- b:tcl th:'ns for New South WVales, and an-ulijust 'thing insitself, 1We agree with the Herald, that an Act oTCouncil should beiiL uilltediitttly passed, inflicting a'fine of -50 un the niaster of every-vessel leavinlg-tlhis pnrt, -who shall'taike aWay any emligrant whose passage to this colony was paiod out of the crown land, until he haI resided i' this colony three years-; conv:ction -of the offence Lfoure any twoaumgistraites in Syvtey, bInt;sg at tiny time ptrucured. , The. ones to 'lie on the tsastes of vesrels.; but to-enable the latter to di'tiugui'h betweenl cmigrants of thi...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

':.: :,TN EW OF THIE DAY. 1NSPECirr':e 0? TIE 'TRO Ps itN GAnaRsow.- - Ali inslpetion if: the troops in garrison took place .by His l:xcellency Majot-General Sir Maurice -O'C:otnell Commander of .the F 'orces, in the :Barrack-rsquare, yesterday - foireo,,on The troops svent through theircrvolutions with great regularity; anud precision. His lExcellenev afterwards inspected.I , .th isoldiers'. quarters, and expressed himself grati lied vith the arrangemients. `Afn uniiia) concoutsse of people attended, having bee hiattracted by the musiecsi passing tile barrack, on their way from the "execution otf the seven unhappy criminals. The day ' was line. and' the bauirack.squ.ire, crowded with thei military in their dashinlg plumes and gay attire,: presented an aniuated scene. Tomorrow Mr. Smart; sells the Austenham pro ' perty, sittiate dear 'the estate alnd residence of James Norton, Esq.. on the Parramatta Road. The     land of this estate is capable of great imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. Ailrs. Dillon's Bathliuret Rotel, in the Toinship of KeEso.; an exceedingly Valuable Property .of nearly Eight Acres. TO . BE SOLD BY AUCTION. 'ISAAC SIWMONS E CO., H AVE received instructions 'from the present 1 Proprietress, to dispose of the whole of this 'splendid Establishment by Public Auction, on Friday, January 4, ?1318, at Twelve o'Clock, 'without the least reserve, in 4 Lots, comprehending, Loe 1. A Butcher's Shop,.containing four rooms, and back Buildings contsaninlgtwo rooms, with well, &c. having a frontage df SO feet, by a depth of 670 'feet. LoT II. The unliaissed stables intended for twelve hores, 'but wlhik 'may be converted into an excellent two Sstoried lhouse, having a frontage of 130 feet, by a Sdepth dfT670 feet. Low III. A substantial Cottage and four back Cottages, -containir.n four good rooms; a Baker's Shop, con Ltaining four rooms, with well of good water, &c. LoT IV. All those ,extensive newly-erected two-storied prenilse...

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Police News. 18TH DECEMBER, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

Police News. 18Trs DEcsnrsnE, 18138. Jeshn Punch, lwho has heen renmandedi for sonle time for the attendance of hi master, Mr. Quinn of P'iit-street, (who was prevented ft um giving his attelidance'in .cortsequencet of ill: health) wasl this day committed for trial fur oLflbtini i',r sale a sud dle, the pro~perty of his muster, whi h lie was bent with to get repaired. Ann Hobbs and her husband were put to the bar' :charged by Mr. ?Deputy (hief Constable JonesI . the former with highly disorderly condu ct anrd the loatter for striking and obstruct ig him in thie exccution cf his duty when ini the act of onfining her in the watch-house T'le prisuuer Hubbs.was thrown by. Jones, the latter topmost, whn at t, nmpting to rescue his.wife. .He kicked Jones whien dowd,, who drew.. a daggerupon him and frrcel biim to desist. The Bench fouind the female guilty of bring drunk and disorderly in the streets, nnd sentenced hIer to one month is tile third class of the Factory, and to be returned to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

ABSTRACT OF ALL te SALES BY AUCTION, , si wchich rwill be held be/hee, lh.is and our next number. J' THIS DAY. s POLACK A -On the Ground, at Twelve o'Clock, ir Wh:uf and Premises, adjoining Messrs. Aspinall C and Brown's. WILSON J. 'T.-At'Rooms, at half past 10 for e II, Plate, Jewellery, &c. TO-MORROW. MBR. LISCOMBE.-At Blackman's Inn, at ]2 o'Clock, a Mixed Lot of Sheep. SMA'IT T. W.--At Rooms, at 12 o'Clock, Villa Allotments at Austenham. NOW READY, . N Price only Two Shillings, n. AN AC'T for consolidating and amending the ( Laws relating to Licensing of Public Houses, c and for further regulating the sale andconsumption of Sp,irituods Liquors in New South Wie~??s' I The New Act comes into operation on the 1set of E January, 189... JAMES TEGG, Bookseller and Printer, George-street. Goulburn, . Berrima, and Yass. ANN RICHARDS, Widow & Executrix of the late JOHN RICHARDS lVMail and Building Contractor, M OST respectfully informs her Friends, and I the Public in gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

For London Direct, SHE fine fast-sailing ship j " FLORI NTIA," . A. 1, 452 tons per register, SV. H. Goodwyn, R. N., Commander. 'This ship having nearly completed her cargo. offems a eood oportunity for the shipment of early Wols. For light Freight only, for which an early applichation is requested-or passage, having supe:ior accommodations. Apply to V. S. DELOITTE & CO. Lower George-street, _ December 1, 1838. . London Direct, To sail positively on let day of January next THE FINE SHIP "* ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is readyto receive Wool. There being only a few Cabins disengaged, early application is necessary, or they will be filled up with light freight. Apply to Robert Duke & Co , Macquarie-place, or Miller's Point. December 1, 1838. FOR LONDO N, To Sail early in January, T HE very superior, fine. 1 first class ship " HOPE," .1. J. Coombes, Commander, burthen, 378 tons register. Par ties desirous of shipping a few bales of wool by this ...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Execution. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

fl Y 4ITOR 3 CD c lER1IL A!WERTISER ?VYEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19,1838 "ourgdng rtennuate, nor aught set down in ,nalice.-SutAKE Exscution. "yesterday morninrg heing that apoimited fonr the execution of timheseven unhappy men found guilty ofm the massacre of one or more of the twenty-eight native Blacks at 1)angar's. ltile Creek, at the Big River, beyond Liverpoolbdfxgdftbhsxrtb Blains, a party of Police, uct:ler the charge of Inspector Fitzpatrick, were stationed about the gaol at a quatter before eight, aid a number of persons bc-gan to -take their posi rions on the rocks at the'back of the gaol to obtain ar view of the execution: Subsequently a great concourse of people assembled to witness the awful scene. At half-past eight o'clock the gates of the 'Jail were bescised by applicants for admission to the gaol yard. who were nece sarily unsuccessful. Even the Itepomters to time Press were excluded in .consequence of negleoiuog to obtbmin passliorts tlme " previous day acid maki...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Wednesday, December 19, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

SITUATION 1' SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR S OF PORT JACK-ON. fIr'rdn?esu, .Deceniber 19, 1838. AREI, 001 iEl, bark, 313, Heoldeison, mster, R Dacre, ta',lt-at thcEaErt side of the Cove refitting fbr ILondoln. \ I.ICE. Ihiue, 27,. Haynes, master, G. Porter & Co, aL ent't-in the Cove disch;eliugi A1100(), hlig, 169, Billin rnm.aster, Dawes agent in D. line Harubour. rrfittin,. ('EitNAIlVt)N, hark,225, (whaler). Irving, manter, liagiter, agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting tar monrih Seats. CALEDONIA, uniqure, 190, Srmers, tmaster, Eld wards and Ilunter, agents--off their wharf, dis cliarginlt COIOll).?ANDEL. shia, 666, Loader, m,'ster, Gore, & Co ,liagnlts, at. Molo, e's Wharf. di.chargiug. CI'Y O1" EDINIhUR(GH, Ihank, 366, ThuoiTp.son ma?ter, A. II. Spark agent-at Campbell's wlarf, di-ceh:,'in ,. - -- . It.r o.--,?.?, ' t " 1nrk, .arZ,, s_ et agent, in Cove, lodin I ;ondon . *. agent, in - -v, El.t RL (IIEY, hI;alk, 571 tons, Talbot master, A. R. Spatlt ati nt-in the'str'tl...

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VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY FROM LONDON. With the dates advertised originally to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 December 1838

VEýSEI.S; EXPECT'ED IIN SYDNEY FttOM Lt) \NDN, With the dates advertised originaily tim sail. July 10-EI,r! I)er/mqm. 400, .1. Cmabell, mnaster. ]O-.4.sia. 5 ti. J. T. Stead i;astelr. 2i--. 'rntrt. leed. from Cork. Aug. 1--o mne, (dlJ, Iltichntrd-,m master. 0--11'i'lirmn I'ise, 2-5, i.llis, hm.seler. ]O-Glenerni . 383, Kinig, ma-ter.. 20--Lnrerl Iilli.onm lriitiictr, 444, William D ,m mtv. l4.?atlr- ' 20--I:otial George, 4G0, Ge:irge Richards, iiii- Iii'*. 31 -lr,'draster, t"00, .John Virteel, ma.ter. Sept. 17-.-i//fr'. 711;, J1. TI'. E. Filbt,master?. with Oct. 8-4u'/rl,mlr, che, 477. Thomas New, master, with eumigrl't. ADVERTIP.RD IN AU.GUST, FOR FRIIOHT. The bark RIgntus,, Crei., for Sydney The ship i'erfectl, 61,itl, for Sydney, to sail 30'h Annuot. The -hip Palestine, Sits, for Sytdnety, lno sail 4th October. The ship t),Orie.t, \ale', for Sydney, to sail 5th Novemmiber, with End?lilant-. Thle shitp .g.lrrs. t.'u.sa r, Lacey, for Sydney, to Msail 25th A:,unt.t. The ,ihllp INs'e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

News from South Australia. LAND OFFICE. Adelaide, November 10; 1818. TIS Excellency the Resident Commissioner has determined upon opening on Wednesday next the 14th instant, a temporary road throunh the M1ang.-ove Swamp to the probable future Port of Adelaide. In an attempt so Intimately connected with the future pro-perity of the Colony, H i Excellency will he happy to hare the. assistance of any ol the colonists who will do him the favour to attend. For those who will really' join in the work under the directions of tihe Surveyors, rations will be.pro vided near theS. W. point of the North Channel. The pl;ace of meeting will be advertised on or before Tuesday next. From personal ohservation His Excellency is of opinion, that the desired object may be accomplished in a 'ew hours. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, T E fine fast sailing newly coppered schooner ?R'IUELOVE, P. Colton, Commander. TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. T HE well known bark, LADY. EMMlA, H- K. Price, Commander, may be expected about...

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Cape of Good Hope. THE DUTCH FUGITIVE FARMERS OR EMIGRANTS. PORT NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Cape of Good- Hope; THE DUTCH FUGITIVE FARMEZRS OR EMIGRANTS. IFrom the Cape MBDATAToa I8th Sept. 1838.] PORT NATA . We. stated, in our last'. number, that letters had been received from Port Natal, to as late ilate as the 10oh August:. 1eenvw make such- extracts- from these communi cations as are of public interest. Extract of a letter from Mr. E. Parker, dated Port Natal,'July 19 i " You-would be surprised to learn that the farmers have not been - out against Dingaan-since the death of'poor Piet Uys: The reason they assign for the delay is the bad condition of their'horses, And the ex pectation of. considerable reinforcements. The constant 'reports yPou hear in the colony respecting the quarrels arhongst the enmigrants, the great scarcity.of provisons. and the loss sof, cattle. from disease and starvation,.are false... The .stories of the ill-treatment of theirslaves:and Hottentots. are also untrue.. .The former. say, that they came over the boundary; with their own consent, and w...

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EXPECTED IN SYDNEY FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, PORT PHILLIP, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AND CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

EPECTED :IN SYDNEY FROM V N DrEStRN's LND. PORTr PHILLIP, SOUTH AUsTRALIA, AND-CAPE Of GOOD IlGPB. - The Laura, from Hobart.. The Lotus, from Launncestn. The FWilliam IVise, Ellis, from Swan River. The Anne, The Hope, From the Cape. Tlhe'Hamilton floss. -The Perseverance, from the tManritlos '?the Soverefisn, 243 ton?, Campbell master, from Hobart, advertised to sail 16th December. - NEws nr THIs " CAMnLLA."-The harvest in Van Dieman's Land is expected to be most abun dant. The Cdmilla struck two sperm whales on her passage, which yielded about two tons each. She encountered severe-weather, and lost a whale-boat off the deck. We are sorry to hear that it is expected the brig tWilliam was wrecked on theshoal called Ceekburn's Reef, a-little to the north of Hardy's Iiland, and a considerable distance within the Grand Barrier Reef. Officers and crew were picked up and were landed at Sourabaya. - But as tile owner has received no intelligence of the wreck, it is hoped the tidinge will p...

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Extracts [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Extracts Tiso Doroadkvi- W' e learn from. the - French.scientific journals, that M. Ml.agen. die continues to obtain the happiest resl? ts from the application of ,electrt:i y in affl'e tions of the senses, 'particularly in- thiat acute disease namedl Tic ,)oc.reaux. rHe causes 'tlhe elect:il''c ctirrent to pkiss oyer the. nerves by means of needles of platina, ,lac"ed at greater or less intervals. A In , some instances, a sin;?le alpp!lication is sa:id. io be suflic;eot, and in one case of drend ful uff-ring, in which the pitient had long been forced from the pain of speaking .to exp'ess his desires by writing, six appli carions to the, nerve en'irely remrved a malady of three years duration. . A printer in a small town in Worcester shir k - hnuin~ been :aolied to PtrC int a-- noti e for closing the the si 'sp on the day of the Coronation,:by'somne mistake, pur nosely or accidentally 'made, the letter c was put in tihe place of s, w?ici: made it read as follows-" Notice ii .her.by ...

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VESSELS FROM LONDON TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

VES5ELS'FROM LONDON TO'VAN DIEMEN'S 'LAND. Aug. iI-'Uhion, 327 tnna, Tddl, master. 25,-Arablan. 278, Cain, master. 25-L"usia. Campbell 300. Buckley, master. I8-L? isa, 250. Stephenson, master. 25--C/heiot, 251, Nichols, master. Aug. 25-.Derwrueut, 400,.Riddell, master. 30-Emu, 400,'Howard, master. Sept. "1-James, 350, H· rangles, master.

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

The first introduction in Van Diemen's Land of this truly British entertainment, took place on the River Derwent on Sa'ur day lust, in comemoration of the dis cnvery of the Island by the celebrated Dutch Navigator, Tasman, 1643. I-enc F'an Diemen's Land is designated as as Tasmania. It was gut up under the patronage of His Excellency Sir John Franklin,the Governor of the colony; who with Lady Franklin and suite, were present during the whole of the day. There were nearly ten thousand persons present; and never was so-gay and thorough-a holiday ever witnessed in this colony as that % hich was enjoyed on Saturday. Young and old grave and gay, dressed in thti~r g . est holiday clothes, as well as the prin cipal Government Officers and l;ihabit inti of the colony, attended to view the pro gr'ss of the Flotilla to Pavilion Polnt 'T'l best report of this Regatta is given in the Colonial Times, to which we are indebted for the following s - Soon after ten o'clock the several boa's composin...

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