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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL."MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVLALBIT." WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1851 MORT AND BROWN'S CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

' THE MTtrtlilST ERM PMsfH f :J«'j- ??-}[ AND' MINING . JOURyAl-^ ??' 1; : ;!' ''.,'? 'V.mAona EST;JERl^AS;^vPR^V^I2Cn\'t-;' ?.-' :^mort And brown's girgui^ab. ?V lN!!accorclance. ? with ^custofli-j, ' MessVs^- Mort ?; and Brp wn have issued , t heir annual circii lary ^containing a- concise verbal and statistical re view of the cohitriercial History Ot* the Colony : fbr!ibJe ? y eat.'^ndin 'f 'IS; byeiriber I S5 1 '. .-'..; As,' . ;;j.y^as,;.tQ-\ba^expe'cted'-i»!,j,-.a 3oci.ih-ent of this ::- « character^ the i coiiuhodities^wiiicli make the j ???^in|istjpr^ pclMiof^expbi-ti^ wool and gold^ and the; most prime sources. ot'our Avealth is, that whilst a ^falling off'is -exhibited; in the export - of : the ^fo'fmer; to tire serious ainoiirit in t.he''iiiidtMe.dis«. . trictl'of 5509 :bal^?y besides % 1 00 bales im ; ported from ; the ^ heighbpul'ing ,col6riies,^the ?: latter takes its position as-^nentirely new 'colohial ,pi'pductv.;The statistical records-of jbiir gold .exports i havi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

^GiRDB^ixo Axn ^GrtrinuiyrijR \l ; jiaiio'iUir da. teii ?!i':;i:,--r-'-^-'::r -?PR/1^pyWIUE!^--V -;?-:??/- V.^:'- / ??; if/THB Gaubbx : .? Sow ? oahbaijOi tdltjicoi,, riMishps; cyfTOt.v '' ionions, 1ob!cs,- pens, brbwl butt&ii Vruncii l-Rnns,.nnri tur-' ' , titpa ;' plant cabbnge, tettuoi', add pitittons.— The -KYblh' :'?' ;*The latter end of this month liUrit potatous.— firs Vine :\ ' ©raft lug th« vino to bo practised this mouth. ; thobuils ; begin to shoot towards the on, I of this. mouth. .., . .?;

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BELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

.- ? BELL'S CREEE. v r The following ' letter 'fromi Mr. :j; 'Byrnes,, of ' Spring Valldy,i addressed to Mr. Fitzgerald, ofth'is toMJn, has been kindly handed to us for publi cation. It is dated, ' Middle Diggin's, BeJ's Creek, ?;'.-v, ^*:My dear S:r,— Afc-jramg to your .eiaestl write to in fjr i n you f the present state of the clig gi is. I would have written much sooner, but was prevented in couseque.ee of the bad state of the ?weather. Our party, consisting of four besides my self, arrived here on Thursday afternoon. We worked on Friday for a few hours, and about three hours on Saturday, and were fortunate enough to get one pound one ounce of gold. In my opinion, from what I can glean, every person is doing well ; there are many of them (three in a party) com plaining if they only get four ounces in the day. I . have no doubt but that all would do well by perse vering, but many think they can pick up gold on the surface of the ground, without manual labour. If you should come up...

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THE SOUTHERN GOLD FIELDS. OUR GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

; TuE SOOTHEflNr GOLD; TIEIiDS. . ; OUR GOLD. FIELDS. (From tie- Goiilburn' Herald, November 8.) In this clay's issue we publish several coinmuni-' cations of rivetting interest, relative to the gold field, lately opened up near Braid wood; Although by'no1 means anxious to feed the excitement which these communications are likely to create, we would point out to those who purpose to follow for a time the life of a' miner, that within a short distance of Goul burn there exists an, auriferous, country, as' rich, if I not richer, than that of the Turon or Ophir. We 1 have it on the best authority, that the Rev. W. B. Clarke has pronounced it as his opinion that the Southern.Counti.es teem with gold,fcand that within their limits will be : disclosed riches far exceeding the most sanguine expectations. , Last night we re ceived news confirmatory of what we have ; already published, and perhaps, exceeding it. - A; corres I)ondent,who has requested us not to^publish his letter, states that...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

The New Cojimission op the Peace. — Ma- gistrates' Oaths. — We have been given to un derstand, that the Attorney-General has given his opinion, that it is not necessary for those gentlemen who were Justices of the Peace, under the old com mission, to take the oaths again. The statute 7. Geo; 3rd, chap. 9. makes it unnecessary for Jus tices to take the oaths more than once in the same reign, notwithstanding the issue of New Commis sions of the Peace, and none but those whose names are now placed in the Commission of the. Peace, for the first time, have occasion to take any oaths. — Empire. . . . \ .'.'_, This Weather. — The Wheat Crop.- — During the early part oftliis' week the weather was very favourable to the wheat. ci\-p, a cold drying wind blowing with s.-me force for three days. This aided _ aided greatly in raising the wheat, which had been again beaten down by heavy showers' on Saturday evening. The accounts we now receive as to the actual position of the' wheat crop diifer s...

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Sidney and country ? OUR EXPORT OF GOLD. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

^3?tincg and ^cuitrg j^elos, OUR EXPOET OF GOLD. (From Hie S. M. Herald.) ;'? Export of Gold per Blacktriar, which sailed for London on Saturday :— ; . ? ... oz. dwt. 'gr. E; Campbell..;. ...... 4,722 10 14 R)b3rtHjw'... ......... 450 ' 0\ 0. Gilchrist and Alexander 1,0 i 2 ;2 0 Thackcr and Co. ...... 996 12 15 Phillip Hart .. ........ 923 11 0 George A. Lloyd . ..... 522 . 0 0 ' Lyull, Scott, and Co. .. ^503 10 0 L. and S. Spyer ? 452 10 0 R.- and E. Tooth . ..... 297 12 0 - ? ... J. Thompson and Son.. . 284 19 0 Aspi h wall arid Chaldcr.. 229 1 0 Willis, Merry, and Co . ; 157 9 -0 Kirclmor and Co. . ... 100 00 Lane and Co.' .... . . . . 74 10 0 J). Jones' and Co. ...... ? 65 12 6. M. Samuel .......... 109 6 0 John Crush ? '..,.'.. , 140 0 0 : ? ,- 1 ? 11,052 5 11 Eleven thousand and fifty-two ounces five penny weights and eleven grains Australian . gold, which1 at £3 5s. per ounce is worth £35,920. . /

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WESLEYAN METHODISM. DISTRICT RETURNS FOR 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

WESLEYAN METHODISM. DISTRICT RETURNS FOR 1851. ? ;'?'?'?' viri V On In-' De- District. 'Society.' Trial crease crease London .... .... 20,553 - 750 ?'?—?: 4,848 Bedford and Nor- : :l: ?-.??' '-????:--- ; ; ' l ... 'tliamptbn ..... 10,4.06 .570 — 637 Kent V..j :..... 6,987 187 — 521 Norwich and Lynn 6,668 - 109 — - 4,098 Oxford ..: ? 6,633 '328 ;— . 265 Portsmouth .... 4;712 129 ~— '~. 782 Guernsey ... . ..'. -3,161 - ^32, ' — ' 189 Devonport .. .; .;? ;7,1O5 rKl?5i ;v -^v .- .777 ?'???. Cornwall. -...-.?.. 20,283 ? v 891 ':?? — ; 2,274 , Bxeter.;V ? . ;. : 5,694: ; 506, : 4- ' .247; Bristol.......... ??: 8,601- 533—- 4,366' Bath ;......... ,7^484 Vj 328 — 1,675 First South Wales 3,291 ..: ; I34f — 214 i Second South , , .--, ' ???'. Wales V... ..'..;'.^ ± r ;.— : ',--?'?/ — North 'Wales .7..v; 7,607 ??''', 357 171 ' — :, Birmingham arid . Shrewsbury.'.:. 17,208 - 548 .^— 2,459 Macclesfield .. . . 9,610 ' 410 '— 447 Liverpool v..... 11,099, , 352 — 1,039 Manchester & Bol- . ?...

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THE NEWSPAPER STAMP COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

THE NEVVSPAPiCa STa:Mp! -cb^MITTEnj. The Select Committee-appointed by th- House, of Commons to inquire -and report upin iliis sub ject brought their UI-Mir8' to -af cl.is'e on: the 19th of July last, JTliey do notiliowever, recommi?nd any orecise pl'in of action. A ''onarst the witnesses exiimined-wcre Messrs.' Rowlund Hill of the Post office ; Mr. Hurt, sub-editor of the ' Daily News;'; Mr. Alexander Russell, editor, of the 'Seotsinan ;' an I Mr. Mow bray 'Morn's general .manager of the '? Time0' newspaper, brotlipr to Mr. J. iD.'Murris; forrhftrly of tlie'-Hiih Scho»l of H;)bart Town. Of Vlr. Mowbray Morris's eyidencej the 'Liverpool Albion' says,, ???if is roost en riom, as wholly up setting many of the most populur notions about the leviathan journal ' The London corresiiondontof that joureitl thus writes upon the ??uhji'Ci : -— ' Turning to a more 4 lively inquest than the Mortmain mummery for such it U, we come to the Newspaper 8tamp-» Committee's Report'; wliich you willgive...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

,.CLE0PATKA'8.NEBpLB^The fpllovving appears in a recent Parliamentary report :—' The Marquis , of Westmeath put .a question to the noble Lord, the - Chancellor -of the J Duchy of Lancaster, as to the \: steps which had -'been .- taken; by the .Government, to remove to this country the .obolisk now lyinjj at Alexandria, called Cleopatra's Needle, which had been presented to George IV.' in 1820, by the lute . Pacha, Mehemet AIL . The transportation of this obelisk, so .valuable as a memorial, was a subject ia which the prince consort took considerable inter est ; and the late Sir Robert Peel had expressed aul opinion that it ought to be brought to this counti'M sand erected in London as a. monument to Sir EalphB Abercrornbie,' and those who; had fallen with liimB in the campaign' of 180 1 . The Earl of Carlisle saiiiB the Government were riofc insensible to the interest™ which attached to this object, as a memorial of an-B cient Egyptian art, arid modern British vulour.B He had consul...

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Select Poetry. THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

Select: $omg. , ?? - THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. [BY THOMAS HOOD.] One more unfortunate, ? ? 'Weary of breath, Rashly importunate, Gono to her death 1 ^ Take her- up tenderly, , Lift her with care ; Fashioned bo slenderly, Young, and so fair ! Look at her garments , Clinging like cerementfl ; Whilst the wave constantly Drips from hor clothing ; Take, her up instantly, Loving, not loathing. Touch her not scornfully ; Think of her mournfully, Gently, and humanly ; Not of the stains of her ; All that remains of her Now is pure womanly. Jlako no deep scrutiny Into hor mutiny Hash and undutiful; Past all dishonour, Death has left on hor Only the beautiful. Still, for all slips of hers, Ono of Eve's family, 'Wipe those poor lips of hers Oozing so olammily. Look up her tresses Escaped from the comb, Her fair auburn tresses ; ? Whilst wonderm'nt guesses , Where was her home ? Who was her father ? Who was her mother? Had she a sister f Had she a brother? Or wan there a dearer- one Still, and a near...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. ALLEGED DISCOVER OF FOUR BODIES, SUPPOSED TO BE PART OF SIR JOELS FRANKLIN'S CREW. Observer. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

Jttfscellaneous Extracts. .ALLEGED DISCOVERS OF FOUR BODIES, SUPPOSED TO BE PART OF SIR JOELS .FRANKLIN'S CREW. ' ; ' | A paragraph has appeared in a Scotch paper, which we lay before our readers, because we know that the public feel a natural anxiety.for.the fate of Sir John Franklin and of his expedition, The - ,Admiralty,r however, has received no information on the subject, arid we give the account merely as we find it copied from the Dundee Warder of Jfri- j day last — _ . . ? - . . 'On Saturday,; the 19th instant, the whaler; Elora, of Hull, J. Robb, master, who has been out* . a year and half, cast Anchor at Stromness, and sent her letters and papers by post. ' A letter was received in Aberdeen on Monday, by Mr. John Douglass, King-street, from his bro ther, Mr. G. Douglass, mate of the aforesaid ship. It contains the following atfecting narrative : — 'In 1 February last, our ships' crew partially, abandoned | - - ? -the vessel, and erected a large snow house on shore it bein...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

- ? Batburat Saces, Stewards, W. TT. SUTTOR, Esq., M.C, 1 J. N. M-lNrOSH, Esq. - S. SAMUEL, Esq. Judos. V. LEE, Esq., Sesjr. 1 - T*BA»DRESL. -*'-'- -MR. JOHN DARGIN, ',' Clirk of.thb Course. MR. JAMES BRADY. FIRST PAY. Wednesday, February 22nd 1852. fpHE GOLD DIGGERS' PURSE to feonsht of X Gold of the Talue of 100 Sovereigns ? with a sweopstakes of £5 added ; for horses of all ngct, weight for age; heata twice round the eourae. Second Race. THE MAIDEN PL *TE, of 70 Sovereigns; for all horses that hare never won ;. the. second horse to receive £20 from the prize ; distance one and a half nitles ; weight for age. - ?? ,.--? Third Rack. * \ '?'?'? ' THE TRIAL, STAKES of Two Sovereigns with 30 Sovereigns added ; for Two year Olds'J; dis tance nbout a half milo ; colts to carry 8it. ; fillies 7at. 1 libs. , y;; .,:.- ,- ^SECOND DAY. . 1, . Thuradayi February 23rd 1852. Fikst Race* - . '?'; THE PUBLICAN'S PURSE, of 50 Sovereigns ; for all horses weight for age ; heats twice round the cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

£4 Reward. MISSING from the Wallah Wallah Mine.Yass,,! and supposed to thave ' been stolen by some,! person or persons going from that neighbourhood - io the Turon or Ophir District, two HORSES ofo the following description.. One Pound reward each - will be paid for the recovering of the said horses and a further reward of ono pound each will ba paid upon tbe prosecution of the offenders to-couviction, upon application to MR. A. COHEN, , -. Cleveland Cottage, ,. CastlereagU-sireet, Sydney. : DESCRIPTIONS;: — . . v P Bay tnare, branded -SH on the near shoulder, MC. on off shoulder, two off feet white, aged, . Dark brown horse, branded JP neck and shoulder*' ScaUs jbg. &uctfotL ;?'-:? ST p CK/rrMAR/K^ET^ .._'..:., BLACK BULL INN,, BZIHUSST, HOUSES AND CATTrLE. . ' .: ???? ? bit. a.'sreb '. '??''? /?;,.,-.{! TTTILIj *ell by Auction, on Wednesday next^'a, ' Wi quantity of Impounded ' S'jbck, consisting ofi draft and saddle Jiorees, working1 bullocks,;^ anil store caitle. ' : ? '...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

-: WEEKLY CALESDAK. 1;i i i.-l .JL1.J ? ± ? *U H. it n. at, n. ic. Mfov. 15& 4 .. 50 6 . 40(21 V -4 16 S. 4 . 49 6 - 4122 . 4 17 M. 4 - 48 » -. 42*23 . 4 IS;?. 4 . 48| 6 - ' 4354 . 4 .1917. 4 -. 48 6 . 4423 . 4 .jSO'Th. -4 .. 47 6 .. 4526 . 4 aiF. ,4 - 46 6 .. 4627 . 4

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English Nibls. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

.':;.. .ru-j ; i.- ,1,-,-sfcr '.?;:-.'; i. ? ;i (From ilie SydneuMprning' Herald, Nov. VL) -. We have r received, ;u«at5 Port Phillip, -English papersito the 1st : August,.' and; hasten , to present pur readers with.tho leading«news theycontain.1; I.-. ? Parliament was to be prorogued, by the; Queen on the 8th August.:. .Tlw business, before; both' Houses was being rapidly brought to a cloec. :The Eaclossiastical Titles Bill, had -'bash read a \ third tim3 and passed in tli3 flouse of Lords. On the same day three of the new Roman Catholic Bishops were consecrated. By a majority of 123 to 68 the House of Com mons .resolved that Mr. Salamons could not take . his seat without taking the oath of abjuration . ',on the true faith of a Christian.' . ... A Bill was brought into ths House of Commops by Mr. Bouverie and the Lard Advocate, to au thorise, the' application of advances (but of .the money now authorised to be advanced for, the im provement, of landed property) to facilitate .'ehiU...

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THE ARRALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

? ;: THEARRALUEN. ,'' BELt's G olly, 'Nov. 1;— During the past week agreat matiy /of the ; diggers here have been doing first-rate/' 'Moore's piirty procured 8 5i ounces, in 'four anil ? a half days ; Greenwood and' Barratt 1 5 ounces in five days. Many others are doing equally well.; 'Ihave'jiist heard that two men from Sydney got, 100 ozs. in a fortnight. This place continues . to be very quiet ; there are about 300 'people at work', and all those who give themselves to la bour are getting good wages, some -are 'making fortunes.' ????.?:- '-? '-.., - ? . ,- r v . ? .. ' .??'?? ??'? .'??'? .? ?.?' .: ?' ? . i ? ' ,-:-. ''j^ .

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Colonial Rems. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

?^plortRl iaeajsu a ';;.'*.;,:-? ;-:. ,-.;._..' -yicT0R^;\^21^-, Ebported Fatal , Disturb ancb ]?. Lat^Baixa- rat.— -Our.. Geelong .^ corresDondent writes :—' A .serious, row tpok»place/at the diggings lust Thurs day riighf, bctweetf a party of IrishmWari'd a party of sailors, the latter being 'victorious'.. ' 1Th'e'ireports which have reached*'- Geclong'are like all others, . contradictory and .various ; but I think;^ from the authority on which I' have relied, .that orie'ma'n has lost his life, and that /two others are^vey, 'severely wounded., The grog t slip]) is said to:be. th j cause ? of this also. I havq not heard.'whetliVr'tli^jauthor ities. interfered; ?? but I suppose; to,day?s;pbst will bring particulars.'-:— Argus, Oct. 28. -r;,;,;yT. A Fact.— :A party Vof. four, which workel on Dunlop.aud iiegiin's Hill,' have reali; ed £960 16s. in Tittle riibre'thiin 'three 'Ve'eks,^iiidep\ndent of nuggets, of wlnch'theyvetain; nearly^two po inds weight, and one of which' they 'sold' ...

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GOLD NEWS. GOLD AT MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

GOLD NEWS. GOLD AT MOUNT ALEXANDER.   (From the Melbourne Daily News.) More Extraordinary News. — The Daily News says,-— ' A Mr. Leete called at our office on Monday night, and kindly communicated that he had just arrived in town from Mount Alexander, bringing with him 250 ounces of gold, which he and four others had obtained in the short space of one week. He had 61¼ ounces with him, which, on inspection, we found to be precisely similar to that obtained at Ballarat, with this slight difference, that none of the particles were smaller, than the head of a pin, and gradually ascending to nuggets of about the size off a Turkey bean. Mr. Crate was in the office at the time, and pronounced the sam- ple to be equal in quality to Ballarat, being ob-     viously, also an alluvial deposit, and not mixed with quartz, as has been generally supposed, was   the character of the gold obtained at this place. Mr. Leete states, that the gold is fo...

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MORT AND BROWN'S ANNUAL PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Sydney, 1st November, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

MUit'f ANJBRJ.VN'o ANNUAL PRODUCE CIRCULAR. . Sydney, 1st November, 1851. At the period of issuing our Circular last year, the pastoral interests of the country were in an un usually flourishing condition, an 1 trale generally in a very healthy state. As the British W wl .Market continued to a Ivance. an I as great lnpas were en tertained of its receiving a fresh impetus from the 'Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations,' our country properties improve 1 in general estimation ; an I there appeared every reason to hope that fresh sources of industry would soon be opened out in the increased culture of the Vine, in the growth of Cotton, and by the introduction of the Alpaca. These favourable prospects existed until the mid dle of May ; at which period our whole community was startled by the disclosure of the Australian Gol 1 Fields ! when many, even amongst the most intelligent of our colonists, imagined, at the mo ment, that gold digging would prove so perma nently attractive as al...

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HER MAJESTY'S STATE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

HER M^J^tY'SiSTi^^BALL. (From the Times; July '15.) ???, Her Majesty gave a State Ball yesterday evening, at : 'Buckingham Pala.ce, wliich was the last of a scries of State receptions this 'season, unparalleled for their number and extent -since her Majesty's ' reicn; ? - ? ? Not only has the : Royal hospitality been largely extended throughout ; the, whole circle of the nobi lity and gentry, and the more distinguished mem-, bers.pf the literature, , science, awl' art of the kirig-j (iom,; but'ali;the^mpre' celebrated, foreighdrs'; who' have bseii .drawn ' to this country ' to, view the'great' iiidustrial efforts 'of 'tlie* civilized ..world',.haye'.bceri!. hbnbureci; 'from' time, 'to' tima' with' the 'Sovereign's ' gracious ihVitatipiV to 'meet' the . Viotabljjs 'of the em pire, asjscmblcd 'in l\&.Q''sihiis of th^Parabe. ., . .. ;. Trotracteir ;'as' ;is .,th.e;;s6as6nj ';'and; Huinerpu's'as,. liay^'becjithei^pyarbntejt'airiinents,^ inarij^distiiiguislieil visitors throrigmg...

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