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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

.iXD CTEENKLA^' GEN-SAL APVXBTISKR, IS paTjJis'jiKi «- Tcsjuat. Thcusuay. and svrcttunt nomings, and forwarded to Co-atry Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEKM3 OK fcCDSCKlITIOS. Per Quarter, ia advance ? *«? P.:r Quarter, credit ...,..., ? 10s. Single Number ? Cd. ?- y jgfes Quart-are t*-rmin«t.i.tfn the 3Ut March. j^^^^5r^^«ieHB^^^^^He«^^ft*(B»wpw*M8jpF ,,: ': Subscribers will be charged Trom the date of commencing their subscriptions. TBBW OP ABTKETIilSU. t *. *?*- f Two Haas, or under a quarter of an I iudi ? i »! Fmirlinei. or ucJ'rhuif an inch.... 3 0| k *Six Hues, or under threc-quarterii of an inch ? J C . Eight lines, «ir uader oas Incli ? X 0 $ f£ Kirerv additional eijht lines, under * aninch ? 1 « TBUHS Or B1SCOC3T. « Consecutive Insertions ? 10 '$1 coat. 13 .. ., ? 15 „ ?5 .. „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must Ijo written on ths facb »-f each Adiirtisciuent. or it vrit! b* continue! imtii countermanded, and cVir^ed aeo«rdiii.jly. Advertisement! from Noa-siiLseribts...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

-~i-~iTvyr^/r-i?T?r~!TA 7-. PaoittrcE REreivEO *si- TouH-iKnEn. ? 30 liases of dttiiia, Insnich t^'ttnn Cmifrxtty ; II tiale.s ci-ttmn. 1'anton : Si bales ofvrooL CA-B ; 20 Jiales of wool, EKK.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

G ££ I I? !S?I jST -3- . AKiliVAI,. .T:i!r b.— .Tin- i,o^-sli-»n.sj1ii*mor. SI tons, i Capt lin. DluHo*-, £-oai riVilnvy the £StH ult. ' Pas^-n.^urs— Mr. and JTri. Vpircird and five cliiMreo. G. iC^ffauJ Co, agents. nEPAKTCKKS. JnlvT. — AViIiiauis, st-amer, ' Cnjitain Cot tier, for }J--ak'u.iuji.ti.a. direct. l-ass?u?rrB j — ei^ht in tlie stcera-** — fit was stated. ; however, that there wen: fntic cabin lias sealers, but we were unable to «Uaiu t!i« names.] July 8.— Clarence, stoamer. Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passenjjcis — Messrs. Taller man (*). F. Weaver. Dfrwar, J. Lees, T. Coter. X. iTLeod, E. Wcgtropp. C PouualL 3Irs. Cony, and 6 in the steera-c. July 8'— Qseonslind. . steauilr. Captain iauuuj, uiruiy .'»anacni turts. ias-*ens;er5 — Mis,s innes, and three children. Sfr.^ani Mrs. B. Buss anfi tbr.a clii'Urca. Mrs. O IV. Blakcncy. Mr. and Mrs. Hethcrir.frtoa Sir and Mrs, F. P. Hoxham. childn-n and nursi Messrs. E. B. Soiirherden. C. Yoan-er. A - W. Fairfax, Van Wseea. A. SW'M« ...

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SPAIN. MADRID, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

SPAIN. Mahkid, Atuil S. All wily as he is. Marshal O'Donncll lias made a gival mistake in quarrelling with his c*inally wily neigtiliour. Inmis Napoleon. You will have heard by the telegraph that | }i.; is .it open issue with him about tlic Sole dai! Convention. He has hurled back the French KmpiMor's haughty reprimand of Prim, and feels inclined to cling on to tho A-lrts ofth.! Kitglish nlKaucc. Military men ups?n that i1 -is sudden change iu his opinion. which was at first adverse to Prim, has been caused by -5eneral Prim's luving detected the l'l-eiich authorities in some sinister designs t/i establish tbeinst'K-t's on the Mex ii-an soil. Wlintever be the cause, thetcnour ..f the Spanish journals will suffice to con vince the most casual 'bserver that the minister is at daggers drawn with the French Emperor. The papers of this morning have comint-nced h veritdlile crusade against tlic I£inperor ^llio (?oiita»poranro asserts tlinl ?^ffeffS^ntfoW-t^feWocf^^JMIIS' j UrU'-aiiists. ar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

Ho.-tek foeJui.v. — 11th. H. Challiuor mid 1!.J. Smith. Ksk*.% I-5th. T. De U. 3i.'ffatt Eiid Thowas liiiwlamle. Es-[s.; IWb. I!. E. I Dniry a:id \iw*e Thorn, 1'mjs. : *2ud. K\ L. i D. i'att.uini nnd't-i. H. \Vils«;i, i;s.js. ; iOth. i V. A. Forbes and 3. V. llcl!, li-is.; 2!Hb. I B.Oribbaiid tJ. Tliorn. lCs«,s. Au-ust 1st, I «. Fairtloli! and H. Clialliuor. Es.lS.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

FRANCE. The Progruot I-yons, states tliat an en gineer has justdiseuvered a Celtic bnrk sunk in the mud in the upper Rhone, which is supposed to have remained tJiere, in a bed of sand and gravel, for centuries. This bark i-of a single piece of timber, hollowed out like an Iuilian canoe. Tt measures 27 feet in length, and eight in breadth, the wood of which is. it is supposed completely petriSed. This curious vestige of tlie navigation of tlie A11.i1.mv2.js is tb be placed in the museum of Lyons, where it will be conveyed in one of the rafts which descend the' Bhouc from Savoy.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9TH. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

AVn.'SiSI'AV. Jci.Y PTH. lt-.fore the 1'olice Magistrate. ; .Iti-^iili Uiiics and Michael Hayes were ! eac'.i dual 5s. for drunkenness, with the ' alternative -1' ~i hours in tlic cells. I E-Ijacc;! V.'ilsmi. chirked with di.'Stnrhing ' thj c;-u-j-ii^.tiion »»f ^t. l'aal*^ Churc!*, was remanded till the lOthiust.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

mSCEJJLASEOVS. Tlie news from St. Petersburg, says the /nrf.-j-«*'»». disclose* all tho gravity of the crisis throitirh which Ktissia is now passing. Tlie nolulity are discontented, and insist more and more on tlic concession of certain liberties, but ttia Government confines il self to makiiiE proiuises and doing nothing. The peasantry have not more reason to be satisfied ; they see that nothing progresses, and ihat they' cannot arrive at any definite lu-ransemetit. Thence aiises a general ir ritation, which leads to a doubt of the piis si'iility of emancipation Ireinl accomiilished witlioitt a gcnenil shock. Everything dc ivends on the attitude «f the uobility. who can dti much to fat-ititate or iini*de the ac tion «if thf Government ; but the latter does nothing to attach them to itself and floats iu a perjietual Invitation, witbout daring boldly to attack tLfc question of liberal reform. The Czar and die P.ipa have at last come to tcnus about Poland. The necessities of the forme...

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AMERICAN NEWS. NEWS TO THE 20TH MAY. Sydney, Tuesday, 8th July, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

AiYitRiCAH f'£WS. STAYS TO THE 20ra 3IAY. From Ocb OwTf CSorrespondest. Sydney, Tuesday, 8th Jnly, 9 a.m. Tlic following' items of American news were published in the S.Af.hendd of this morning : — The narrative, wliicli we give below of tlie progress of tlie Great Civil war in America,, will be read with intense interest. Up to tbe present time tlie Federal troops eceta to tic leading victory to victory, liut ll:e contest cannot be greatly prolonged- fieneral Hunter has issued a proclamation, wliieh is as follows : — The three States «f Georgia, Florida, and SontliXTartilina Laving de dared thowsclves no longer under the protection of tlie United States, — it becomes a tuilitarj duty to proclaim Martial Law- This was -done on the 25th April. Slavery and Martial law ate altogether incompatiHe. Persons in Georgia, Florida, and Soath Caro lina, heretofore Iteld as slaves, are, therefore neper declared free. General Ratun Shmou, of tlie regular army, has been appointed Governor of the ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SYDNEY. Monday. 6 P.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

SYDKEV. Monday. 4- p.m. (From Ike Courier.) 3f:!Jor-Gencral Pratt rcTieirud the Vuluu tecrs on Saturday aftcmoun last, wheualiout eight imiidrcd were prescut. A usw Fin: anil Marinft Insurance Coin ]vi!iv is about tu be started. Tue Liehlaui esmirt arrived at Orange to diy with tbiity-seven fauudreil »unccs. Sixfen tho-jsaad ounces ivero said in luive Lc.-ii left luihiod fur. want »T means of tram- ? W.«,'i -? — *w'w™ number oi {joxes wot tuvin;; lw«n pnivitlsd. The Tele;jiu|)h stoanier. which l-ft for youriwrt tu5b«vcnitig, Iteingqnito fulI.tUe lSalclutha will lie dsspatciied to-morrow evening. ToI-:iccij ts sii'.l firm at the nt*B lately qnobuL Xo private sales to report.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

irswicn police couut. Tuesday, July S. Before the Police Magistrate aud H. M. i CH-kuurn, Ksu. William Roberts. Alexander 31'Beaa. and (forge Juhb pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly in t!ie public streets, j s.n-1 w.:re each tiaed Jis., with tin- alternative j of it bor.rs i:i the cells. ; William KoV-i- pi o**-rt guilty t.i .is?aitlt in-* constable Ui:-iiinaii in the «».? -ation of his duty, and ivas fia-j:l l-n.. or in -L-.ault of payment, iirAt-i-cl to '»o imprison,.-!*, for 46 hours in rim ce'.K Mir«.irr.t Tb.-mpsnn pleaded piiitv to havin.-r, xt tiattoii. ,.n th'. 1st ii'sfaut. iii.ide use «f obs.vne and profane lan'Xua^i-., and was fi:icd £2. or i.i default, tn lie iinprisuai-d for oiw* month in Brlsij^r.e Gaol. Hii-Hi MaxwuII was fued 1.5s.. an 1 4s. Cd. oo*ts. f»r allowing horses to s-tr.iy in the streets. Dmicl Ward v. J,,hn Arkins.— This was n Minini.iiis rnse uuder t'.io ITistt.-rs auii Scr van«' Aft. in which the .lef.-nuaut, aa To-.i n Cl.rk of Ipsuiirh,...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

I3CXES **JT- IMi^WS. 43n--nEB. — Wo liave been J»tsly sboivji some fine specimens of this root grown me tr TpssrtcL, (uhniiality adapted either for |-ns- serving in tlie nitiiiiwr of Che Chinese, mak ing * very appetising condiment, or prepared in the wmiil manner for consump %um li^r^ or '*fc An osnort. ^* fliA auiie ' time we insoectod s.niie .irr.in-rn..i'. cT0v.11 aad iiianiifactairalh -:«. w!iii-!i is fully wunl, in ever\ essential, to similnr ]imdi:i-c 01' the lal?nils'«»rtlie E.-slsu.-i \V..-st I;«Uvi:. Tuain: CfttCiTLA^. — ?!^-sr-i. ]-~.ir.«-nini and Co. have aiin.miic J tli :? ii :ti-iiti. :i .fj.i.li li^liinson the 15lli ai-fl :'l0i «f.-ai-h nii-iit]i, atra-1e circular nnil-:r tli.- ? ty!r: :;??., riiicof ' F.trtnriui m\A Co.'s fin-iil.-;r smn ihe ' Queens!:.. il PaKti-ral n-iA A^rivolti:rsi -i!). scrvrr.' The Circular is to \*\ i-sn.J f;r=tis anil will lie principally dcvoU-iI tn inf.imia ti--nari-ji3ifri-!ii. or^onneetci -.ririi. s-j:Mt- tins and agricultural pui-suits. ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Brisbane, 9th July, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

LATEST 33SrTEi.IJCC5-ElSrCE. j [fboh oi;b ow corbf-^!«khekt.] Brisbane, 9th July, 4 p.m. This afternoon, at three o'clock, hi« Excellency the Governor and suite entered the Legislative Council Cham ber, to which the members of the Lower House shortly afterwards repaired. His Excellency theu tra've his assent !?- tlie Common Law Procedure Bill ttie j Pastoral Occupation Hill, tlic Addi tional Jndge Hill, and the Appropria tion Act, finally proroguing Parliament uuiil the 11th November next.

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

f|c |[orf| Australian. tps men, rmfttSDA r. jvz r 10. ite*. Next to the disposal of the Crown Lands, that which affects most seriously oar interests is the Immigration ques tion. These two important branches of polity constitute the vitality of our colonial extsteaee. A libers] land po licy tarns to account the inexhaustible sources of wealth, which we have in our *? Boiiuv dimate and prolific boIL' Oar extensive lauds, if dealt by even with limited liberality, will yield riches and contentment. Here then are the invaluable resources wbieh we must Ae velope — knowing as we do {that the prosperity of the oonntry will bear a constant ratio to the use made of thorn, — and fin: which it- would Ibe desirable that the provisions for the alienation of land were based more on confidence in the result of. agricultural enterprise; seeking addition to tbe revenue rather i from the future consumption of opulent i iarmere than from purehase-iuuney in the outset. Though tlie subject of Immigratio...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

ilfAXTKD, « SEKVAXT. Apply to Tl Mrs. IMIOCtiHTOX, Ipswich. IAMB::ES WASTED, at Jimbour. J Darling D»ivn3. WASTED. A GOOD GESEUAL SERVANT. Apply to MBS. HENTJJiEN', East-street. July 10th, IS62. Ty-^TED- to rent, a COTTAGE, con * i 'taining fonr or six rooms. Ko objec tion to town or country. If with a small garden and well-watered preferred. Kent ni!:-?t bo moderate. Apply to Mr. A. tiAS KABTII, A.S.X. Company's M'iiarf.Ipswieh. -\fT ANTED, TUXDEIW for the erection II of a ta-cntystaHud stable ana unaeh honsc. l'laa and s;-cciSsatii}ii c:in be s.wn o;i appJic.tti.in t.i Mr. aiJCifAEL PUKI), T.tttsrsidl's Hotel, East-street. TITAKTEIJ to PUBOHASE, a full-sized IT TOWV AL1.OTMEST iu a central situation. IJrishanc-street preferred. Ad dress, stating price and all particulars, under cover, to A. GASKAIITH. OHE POUin? BEWAED. SrUAVKD. n. D&rk Sou FIJ A.Y.tranJcfl stirrujt iron on off mhm»l3er. » -mier T Vr° ,ne3rsMo 'niJe«- saddle, hair gonr from off shoulder. The reward will be...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

SKOOXD DAY. The vvatLi-r was s].'.endi,l tl.rniijiioiit ] ilie 1i.1v. and the cni;:--,c hi first-rat;? enn iliti.m. ' The racing »:is »-,-«!, mid ttir sjwuriArs more numiMinig' than nn the pruvi^KB iljy. 1*Iie day** s»iorts coiuzimuccd miiVJ-.—.- ~™-«i~«-~-«^— ««*»» *♦«? 'Vrt-r-' f.ijip H:-; M.trur. valiw :M s«ivs.. ti-jth il snvs. nda^-.l in- tiw Itace Fan:l. MHir lusts. AVci.rlit i'.r n»e. To l:c run |»r Iiy h.i.-ses that !i::vc li;-i-n for six months die bunt Ji'lc pr.iji.Tiy of jiursnus resident in tiia iVistiict of liarliiig l»»«us. Mr. W. Kent's l-. g. .HMinmn. r, years 1 1 .Til-h»»in liud the race all his own wav, 1 p.n«l ™i l«.t!i heats vnsily. ' | Tiir 'i:n-..ii-.\-;f* 1'irse «f CO sovs. for sll horses. Tito mife hrats. AV.i-rlit forage. Tlic n-inasr of the Dray ton Cup to carry Zlhf. ostra. Hr. Jl'Denaott's b. b. EtscaJ^itas, i years.. .. '. ..11 Mr. V.Mieat's c w. Empress, 5 years 2 2 T!ie race lay lietu-ecn tbesc twn horses, and tras apparently won easily Iiy the former....

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

PUBLIC HEALTH. Sir, — A letter appears in yonr impress of this morning signed ' Scot,' and complain ing of certain aquatic impurities in Union street. Now. I happen to he dw only indi vidual in Union-street of die name of Scott, and, aldiough I must endorse die remarks of your correspondent, us far as 'the facts of the case are concerned, 1 cannot allow die public of this town tu suppose that I should, as an initiative proceeding, complain in die public Press upon such a subject 'before I had made a proper application to die In spector of Nuisances for its removal. I, therefore, must beg to repudiate die letter altogether. I do not know who yonr cor respondent maybe, but, even supposing: that he suffers by die existing nuisance, wliich I thiuk very doubtful, it is perfectly clear be mast be ashamed of his own name, or lie would not have condescended to adopt that of another person. With respect to the nuisance itself die proper application has been made by me to the Inspector of Nui...

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DARLING DOWNS RACES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] TOOWOOMBA, TUESDAY. 8TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

DABUSG 1KJWXS RACES. [T30M UL'K --»S rOBCKSW.VI'KNT.] Tonwiwmi. TriisiiAY. Sth Jli.t. The sum msf brilliantly in »n unclnutleii sky tV.s inomin^. tin! fin,t day ol'thc Dar Jiiitr Downs IS.-irit*. Tbe lisavy tliuaier sbinn that vUitmt us yesterday ca'iseil ^»mc misipviDpi. niiicli. lir.ir -vcr* jiassed aivay witU tlie rain -it 11.nn. Tlia coiirsi: A^as rcu drr.:d hi-avj- i-v tli« dmvnpjnr. giviji;; ;? better chatic- t-- aicd .tuiiiialK. Tln'rc were «[-u\-tr«ls of a th.MSitrul ivrsiin^ present, -ii eaisr for tlic fnrthc/Oiiiiiis vvwits. After t'se lisas', pivliminarios had liecn adjust,:.!, tin; fluj wsb lon-cred, asiJ -hc bones started Tiio Maides 1'i.ate of SO sovs. Oat- nml a Lj«' ia:l«. One ?uv.-at. W--i.-;ht for a^o. Mr. Kent's li. p. Ji'iljtxuu, Ji viuiis .. 1 ' Mr. H. 51-Dsrmott's b. li. Eiica'.viitus, i \ jvars .. .. *. . 3 1 Mr. W. DavidsonV c. =r. V:ayl»»y.« .7 years 3 I « Dtli irt-'JiSiraioa place 'IVli-srauit'iirJ. i In this txco Jibln^uu t.«-k the li-ad, ai;.l ' kept it t...

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THE METROPOLITAN UNDERGROUND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

TilE METROPOLITAN UNDER. GliOUXD liAILWAY. OwlXG to the ;ippr«aching completion j of the works, the directors resolved j upon making u thorough and minute 1 tit'ii* were accordingly issued to nume- ' rous geutleBit-n of the corporation as j will as to M.IVs. who attended on j Saturday last, to the number of 200. j TiiO understand arrangements for the ! reception of vkitors were admirable ; ! about twenty balkst waggons were ; coupled together, strewn with clean ? ttraw, and drawu up, train fashion, to ' the mouth of the taunel. Three horses ; were then attached to the trucks, and, : with suiae hslf-d^zen workmen bearing liuhted candles, us atiendaats, these un- I wieWy vehicles v.-cre drawu at a speed j of perhaps three miles per hour. At j ! Frederick-street the tunnel ends, and a | ! network of enormous beams succeeds. ; j At this point the company are excavat i iuc for a double tunnel, should it at | any time be necessary to form one. The | diversion «f the Fleet ditch here occur...

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LOVE AND LAW. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 July 1862

LOVE AJSD LAW. (From tie Hcuclt^ljr ' E^cir.ijur.) A histoby of tbs roniErlial'c rcmen i of the present day, would hardly be : complete without some account of the trials and triumphs of Mrs. Patience ! SwLufcu. We do not know iu wliat ' *? sciju-jstercd hamlet she first drew I breath, nor by what iuflueuees bcr j mighty youth was nurtured. Her en- ; trance ujiun tlic stase of forensic liis- '? tory datts from a period sul 'sequent to r the fall maturity of her powers. We ' ouly began to kuotr her wheu she stood forth, fully cquipiicd, to fascinate, defy, auj tjuhjugutc mankind. Starting as J a scullery-maiu, it vras her fortune to ; inarry the tcajte-grace sou of a tolerably : wealthy landowner. The u:arri:-i:c was, : of coarse, regarded as a uieszcHancc 1\V : the young man';- frieads; lut this civ- i cuoiStaace may be taken tiaijiy as a i tribute to her merit. It was admitted ; that she hai brought about a salutary ( change hi her husband's climucier, oiui ( succeeded in reconcili...

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