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MR. JOE MORGAN ON EDDICAISHING. To the Editor on the Hearold. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

MRi. JOE -,MORIGAN ON JI)DIAISIIING. To lthe lltlOir o the ltiroletl. IrITUnli ElIlTrur,-Wouava 'adl-thiat's mo' and Bil the Shumaikitr-a grand dayscursing on' the' subjio ov oddicnishing. 1il knum upp to mi pllain the othur niti, and 'an in 'io 'und tow our thro hloppoys by the. A1i-Gooso, anid ho undertalkco for to honhlton mo by rod in' or iun rrrticult on eddicaisliiong. VWol, I shrood 'im mi Ilearold witch 'ad "aurn lotur on ther saim subjia; and won he 'ad rod thom.wo natraly beoginns a tor kin' ov theoi. "I tela' yow wet, Joo," Boys Bili, 'te AlA-gooso agroasowithi opinytus I 'na long onturtwraint. WeVo must git. rod or the NatchingawL cistern or addi eaishing at awl linzzurds. It's a Ihonfiuddlo oistorn," soys ho ; "and ovvary man, wmsting, and child an is rort upp undeor its yowpurrao-liko ohlilder i in dooty bound for to bring in a IarIt of I'arloynioant to abolitch rolidjun and the almitoy dolor."' ' "Yow forgito," saya T," that ovvilry boddy duzunt git for to be a mombur...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

To the Editor of the cerald and Chronle. Sn,-Now, as our flood relief committoo aro on deoavouring to raise funds for tho relief of the distress occuiiond by our recent floods, I think n suggestion as to how a littlo to that fund might 'beo dded will not be out of place. It is well known from various nmateur concerts we havo had within these 'last two years in the lmechanica' instlitto, that tloro are many lady and gonlltleian mnflours in town woll ableo to arrange, and whto alo, I think, would be willing to tako part in an ovening's entortnhuramot for no good an object. And thie people of Godlburn have at all times shown their appreciation of amnateur ondeavonrs whoa the canlla has b1on it good one. I would suggost that it united concert be given at ni olarly date. United in this way, that the ornm born of thto philharmonio society with other amateurs who have assisted at our former concorts. (and per hoips others who have not) could well sustain the first part of a good programme....

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

CIOMMAl.EICIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WYII.AT AND FLOUn.-At Conolly's Mill:-Fins flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. oextra. Pollard Is. 8d. per buslial retail; bran, 1s. 4d. porbusholrotuil. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. per .bushol. At Emanuol's Mill:--Fin flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, is. per 1001b. extra. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. por bushel, accord ing to sample ; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. par bushel. AUOTONrEBa S O' .ltnraTrs.-M[ossr. P. Dignam and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-Tho market has been well supplied this week with good beef, and thero will not be an opening for another mob till the oa ginning of next month. On Monday we sold ai draft for Mr. oasno of tundagai as follows:-First yard, Mr. Stevenson, at £4 16s., second yard, Mr. Chisholmn, at £3 16s., third yard, Mr. Mo Connoll, at £3 7s. Gd., fourth and filfth yards, Mr. Stoven son, at £3 7s. Od., sixth and seventh yards, Mr. Thompson, at £3 4s. These were ver...

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RUMOURED CAPTURE OF MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

vRUMOURED CAPTURE OF OIORGAN, THlE BUSIIRANGER. (Fromn the Braldwood Dlpnatch.) THIE town was thrown into considerablo excitement yestorday .forenoon by a report which hlad boon brought in byConstable 13ryan, of the Coomapolice, and some of the witness a subpmnaed in the case of cattle-stealing against John Murphy to the offect that Morgan, theotorror of the south-western and border districts had been captured at Chalker s, near Cooma, and with his mate, a recognized run away convict from Victoria, safely lodged in Cooma gaol. The report was so far verified that we sought an interview with Samuel 'Appleton, one of the wit nesses in the above case, from which we glean, that on his way from Tintaldra station, at the head of the Murray, where he is the employ of Mr. Sydney Watson, the prosecutor, he fell in with two men at the foot of Lob's Hole, apparently making their way from the south-western country, and that he travelled some fifty or sixty miles in their compansy. From the descr...

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LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

LO(JWER? iURR2UMBID OIBI .' (Front our correspondtent.) My .prosont object ill writintg is simply to convoy corrcct.iliforniation respeetinf'tho illegal discovery of a gold--told in this district. old tlohere unquc tionmibly is: tho' extomtt and richness of. the deposil ire yet to be proved. It is foolid.in a specice of conglomrnorato rock. WVhuhor thorouaro any alluvial sinkings is vory doubtful.. Many ar 'toating the charactor of the country, and we shall with more cortainty. now shortly. At presoitt thoro nro no indiciations to jitatify any very oxtravagant oxpoeta' tions. If I aom not mistakeon, it is in the lino of country long oinco indicated by the Rov. V.. 11. Clarlto a~ being in its wholo extolt mioro.or loss auriforous. Groat oxcitotaint has lirovailed in V?Vaga VWagga, and is I halos intinlted, plrties are being formid to.give the country a fir trial. '.tho result yo sliall knov in duo time. I write now for. the purpose of inditoingfity who nro very sluiguiio\ and impotib...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. Tn.oUnsDAY aftornoon. Trin reported capture of Morgan would be very satisfactory woro it confirmed; but at present tile news is doubted and we must \wait for its conlirma tion hoforo congratulating ourselves. From all quarteor we learn of the floods subsiding. Tihe damage done will not be very.considerablo. T'he Attorney-General has ordored'tho dischargo of eight persona under committal for being concerned in tho into forgerica on Nash, Me Loan, and others. Cost will be tried on the first of August. The Victorioan bank'robbors have all boon con victed, and the two ringleaders havo boon sentenced to death, and the other two to fiftoon years on the rods, tihe first threeo in irons. 'The schooneor, Scotia, foundered off Nowcastlo during the lato gales. 'ho South Anustralian government intend to resign in consequence of their defeat last night on Mir. Stow's want of confidence motion. Gardiner is to be kept at Darlinghurst for the present. He is now being initiated into ...

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PARLIAMENTARY DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

: ;'ARULAlliENTARY D:OINGS. .: 'Tho,groat .political evoent of; tioe month is Mr..Gladstono's .rform .manifesto.:- On. theo cicasioh :.f.Mr. Bajines's introduction'.of: a ,bill for the extension of the fianchiso to a larger portion of the working. classes, the clhancellor of the xchequer,, in the absence of, thI premier, delivered .a speech on the subject wlicll filled the government with dismay, and both whigs and/torioes withl astonishment and anger;,. ,.To the ultra liberals, howvier, thie roll .of .his oloquont jieriods was 'as the trumpot-blast of coming' victory. At'tlie close of his pronunciamento they felt and declarod thlat; they had found - what .thiey havo longbpon in search of-a? leader. Thoe clubs, were thrilled .by..a now and unaccountable sensation: The Spectator cobmpares the ofects' of Mr.; ,Gladstone's democratic domonstratioirto the explosion of .a mino .in the pseudo-liberal' camp .. The Times thiilks it is destined to form an era in the annals' of party, and, to...

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GENERAL FLOOD RELIEF FUND. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

GENERAL FLOOD IRELIEF FUND. To the Editor o theo Herald and Chronicle. Sru,--I think publio opinion in certain strata of society in the city of Goulburn, should undergo an amelioration in roference to charitable objects. ,My respected neighbour, Mr. M?usgravo, was appointed with myself to canvass the east of Auburn and Montaguo streets for this General Flood Relief Fund, and, in obeying our commands, we found to our surprise that persons in apparently humble cir cumstances in lifo refused to contribute. WVo stated .our willingness to take subscriptions of sixpence, or any amount less. Now, I have often colletoed for publio objects, and found invariably that those who have refused to acknowledge providence in their poverty, subsequently wore permitted by Providence to lose their character. Sir, rather than not con tributo my mite of what God hath contributed to me, in whatever circumstances, for such an object as the above, I would sooner volunteer to wear clothing (though I asn a dr...

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DEPARTURE OF GARIBALDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

DEPARTURE O .GARIBALDI. The. commotion arising out of the sudden departure of our illustrious Italian guest, after lasting two or three weeks, is slowly subsiding. The atmosphere of suspicion has been somewhat disinfected and purified; although misunderstandings survive every explanation, and which will probably never be fully removed from a certain class of minds. It will be remembered that at the close of the Shaksperian demonstration on Primrose-hill, on the 23rd ult., an adjourned meeting, duly announced, took place, for the purpose of denouncing the government for its supposed interference with the Gari baldian ovation, and its arbitrary conduct in forcing his abrupt departure. It is much to be 'regretted that tile meeting was no.t al lowed to proceed iyidiout interruption. The effervescepeo of a number of distempered and'disappointed individuals, claiming to be friends of the great hero par excallenco, would have healthily expenided itself in. the fresli bopen air, 'ard in 'a ...

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NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of tho Hcrrald tad Chronlule. Sn,--Your rucent issues contained letters from A Patroon and A Bushman, in reply to the donuucia tions of the Argus against the systeom of national oducation, scattering to the winds the clhiorgoe of intidulity, atheism, money-grnbbing, mnd demoralisa tion, which the writer in that journal would wish the intelligont publoi of the 'soutihern districts to buliovo porraded the instruction imparted in national schlools, and which, acting- undor the hallucinationa that he is the guoirdian of the moral,. religiois, and social interests of the inhhaitants of this portion of the coloiyi ho calls upon thesu to swoop away. I cordially endorse the opnionl expressed by one of the writtrs ruolrred to, that the individual who penned the denunciations in the Argus, not only knows nothing whatever about the system ho con daens, but it is evident lho has never road the books used in national schools, for had he done so, ho would have pa...

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THE SHAKSPEARE TERCENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE SIAKSH'EARIE TERCENTENARY. The Shaksporian fetes are over, to the groat relief of everybody concerned. It had long been evident to disinterested persons that there was no heart, no reality, no en thusiasm in the movement. From first to last it was a got-up affair, the most Proomi ment actors being men who were solicitous of obtaining a little cheap notoriety in con nexion with the glorious bard whom they affected to honour. This was especially true of: the London committee, which was domi nated by meni of intolerable conceit and flag rant incapacity. Its wholo listory from its inception to its collapse, consisted.of a series of potty 'intrigues, astounding blunders, miserableo q'uarr'ls, and disastrous failures. A self-appointed body, it commanded no respect; without plan or definito object, it soecured few adhesions, and siginally faiiledin gathering the funds which its impotent ambition coveted. Yet its profissions liad beeoon of the most grandiloquent' kind. 'Tho world was le...

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THE NEW ZEALAND POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TEI NEW ZEALAND. POLW0Y. Mr. Cardwell has:begun his administration of colonial.affairs with. great credit. In the debate raised on the 26th. ultimo by. Mr..A. Mills on the confiscation policy, of New. Zealand, he stated that it was the intention of the home government to limit and restrain the operation of the acts passed.by the local legislature within the bounds of equity and justice. There is to be no indiscriminate confiscation of native land as proposed by the colonial acts, but. only the guilty are to suffer; and every deprivation of territory is to.receive the previous, sanction of the Gov .ernor. A commission is to investigate each case of confiscation as well as compensation, and when peace is restored, a measureo,is to be brought before the :Assembly, of Now Zealand for bringing to an early termina tion the powers of the act, and the Governor will issue a. proelnmation of an, amnesty. There willboe found in the discussion.' a great deal of: harsh and unjust criticism on th...

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THE ROYAL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE ROYAL FAMILY. Moro than one occasion has offered during the piastiwook of ovoking British loyalty to, wardaithe head of the state and thoe Royal Family.' The Queenou's birthday was cole brated the day beforo yesterday with the cus toniary pomp and rejoicing, for the first time since 1861. Thore was a review in St. James's Park in tho morning; state banquets and illuminations in the evening. The only matter for' regret ' asthe absence of Her Majesty in thu far north, on an occasion gladly seized upon by her subjects to testify their unabated attaclmeont to her person. Last 1Wednesday weeook, also, thebrinco of Wales, upon whom appropritely devolve some of the ceremonial obligations of the Sovereign, for the first time jossayed the duties of chairman at a public dinner, by presiding at the banquet of the Royal Literary Fund.

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THE STEAM RAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE STEAM RAMS. Tlhe Conifederate steam rams continuo to furnish ;inetter for alteroation between our logislators. Three acrimonious debates have takefit' place' in..parliamont ,since the last mlail. On the 28th of ,April Mr. Poeacock led an assault on government for. its incon sistoiit decisions and arbitrary conduct to wards the Tuscaloosa, a prize of the.. Ala liamna. which hlid boon ordered. to, be seized for'venturing into, one of our South African harbors. The policy of ministers was sus tainied by a majority of only thirty-four, in a full House. On thei following ovening Earl Derby denounced the blundering meddle somneness of Earl Russell; in detaining the ]ferseoy rams, and contended that the Messrs. Laird had boon treated with illegality and. oppiression. Theo defenceo of the Foreign Secrecary was very. lame and impotent. Theo.third case was that of the. Georgia, claidpstiineoly built and, equipped in the, OCl)do, which escaped from our shores,: and commenced depredations a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

Wanted, -*:* A .'HOUSEMAID; Apply to Mi\A.nARNIIEIM.' , '' ' 1340 Wanted , ; A IIORSE-DRIVEBR, to prooeed to Queensland. A. Apply to . .. ... . ' iri. RANKRN, 1339 ; Looyrleigli. BY, na priv'at; fmilyl, i: tho country,, a .*M4LT -;'TEIACIIER,. member'.of the: Church of Enog Inndl, who is cnpablo of instructing iit nil theo ranches of a,goodsoaul •. English education; Roeferencnc required. A; pply, to, I ! : . " , ." ... .. T. . . ,TIIOS.W KINSONl , " " 1332 Y Yllhiwin. Tumult. S*** Wantead;' ' A GOOD SERVANT GIRL,, to do ? 'noreil ..i: liouao work. Apply to MIns.. STEWART, . 1342 i..:),:p:.: . l:. . Bourlke street, 'Gotihurn. | . ' ' ,; i',' W anit'd, ' '. :. . '. ' A SITUATION as TUTOR in sa Gdntlemaoh'a family, p1 i iia Graniminir Shionl, by a ynung, .an w.ho hoas receivod a eood classical oducation, and is conversant withl the French.eind Uoirnn lniuagcsr. Refcrenco is permitted tho the Bihop of Goulburn. , . 1354 *;;i' "Wanted to Purchase, * A STATION, with 4000- shiope on it. S...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

I AovlPl;JO~! n I8?~uq!)qf otnNT~;I : IVOOOr, sl.oltgo. O d.: 9 bUIot~., "wh... ne..?.{ o/2" ?e : rr lll. 'iEuZi'??. . . .. F'louo. tine, 028 F ton ; .o.'~ml.. .0238 Uolar [ls 4. r Irps!le|;lor g?hxtlnf~kftbd.T Bra':n;;'l; .4."* I a .bdsuul ;,or lp, byl~ the ]?.to?. ~ .-... ...... 'Iiooidr&t.ro'd. "?.2-ib. loaf, - l ruto3.VI. lo £O )QS. ?3 ton. :ill'rr, Tgb ..s p 19,; ,sit; 8d. to Oli;'":"" "):l pEg#,~lbsJ'dosen. ,':"'d~cbl~.lpp ·· " "? ...i. ? ""f~i '. "'I ?'":l oto rsi,S ? '"-: ' • ."~ ·..... . rs .. ....ni · "' ..... . }' PO oan, :O. t,.?. , ,,, ? ; . .?'Lh) " I: "l v: , utnl C [rolrpte tit) a 4d, qt , ? ,.. ~ :,m, ? . - ? ' 6..?I , Ta IorniboP.1TZ B t0'o : trz ifitr??z"?' ?.. PU lea, .fatoO a:gao h.i?,8L ,o, , ?,?,eep,?iki . Ikl.; washedl 1d, ?ttl .,,? h,,Ii?:.':'. '?- :,ini? ,,: *,r?,?¢ O o on- 0 ydn4toyt to oul Otco. .0 ,OOub l urn'to'Bydb e?',L3 .td L-?'1E.': Ooibhf to.Ltli" " Flat,- aa to- £(I; noirbilrid'to' Adet~;ng,:.¢? io?£?;:(le[ C"barott Pumui, ,?/ tro£l; lotil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

BERLIN HOUSE, 90, MARKET-STREET, SYDNEY. MRS. WM. REAPDING H AS j'ust recoved, per mail alstoneamer, a ase of gold and silver materials, ennsisling of gold and silver smanLing-cap tassels, Cold raOld, cord and bullion; also flsn silks, embroidelry and rug needles. lMrs. R. is also in receipt of invoices to arrive per Nineveh snd J. L. uIll, consisting of glass slhades with gilt stands, velvet and chollilo completen; grape glasses, for wax fruit; lBerlin wools and anrvasnes t silk, cotton, and mohlair braids, 1331il General Flood Relief Fund. GOULBURN COMMITTEE. A COMMITTEE MEETING will be hold at the Court-house THlIS DAY, Wednesday, 27th July, at 8 pm, THOS. PARR, 1334 lion. Sea. In the Eetate of the late Wm Jamieson, S of Bland, NOTICE. A LL persons having any clanims against the above S estate are requested to send in their nconounts to E. MIANBY, Esq., solicitor, &e., &c., Young, for liquidation. 1335 To James G. Allison. T'AKE notice that if you do not come and ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

'11L]EPG INAPJI)J( hN TELL, IG ENE [FiR)w O )0 UOI(0KLPOlN0hDTI·) 8.] SYDI)NEY, Tuosday night. A. 20w comlmission of Illho p;oaco will bo issouod at th-. ond of the wook. Four Ihundrod names of preosent umogisltrato will be onittcd... Tho flour markot is Htill lowor thaln last wuokl." Mr. Martn in os rofitcd to grant n forther invosti gation by governmdnt ruspecting tho shooting of Mr. JTameslirwan by Sorgoant ODonoghoo...JIo, statos that. in his opinion the sorgoat. was jiatifled in thu act. MELBIOURNE?, Touday, 11 n.m. 'TE Groat Britain from Liyorpool, in flfty-oight day8, arrived on Sunday night, biirginginokwa to the 27th Moanlly; bht hr nows hos boon ntiiptod by the overlond muil.

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NO. II. ON EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

*.NO Il ON ED)UOATION. S:hbothOe Editor of tl)I leral alnd Ch?oncl.'e. ot,--lBlieg awaor of your own 5nlightcned views on the suhjeot of, edoadtion arnd lfeoling? satisfed' that your columns are always open to ai candid:a.tpiession of sentiment, when free from scurrility or abuase,' I maho no apoloy for traespaossing-6n:yrur lihidne once maiorbe obut oina:toethe point at once. Cotrrot rveoia?f. the object and istate of cdacatidxn it must be adeitted, claim the serious attention of every frien&4f nitia df dvecy ,loieor':of his doditry whether aopted or otherwise. It was the declara tion by" zhbn ';dToaisidor nothiligat~yt 1 rtins to thd iss da?ma?io?hm thy, holow my,.ro!g, . Such a motto lh?itdl'c haracterize ovory-'man of iabhlio spiigtii4 e~i~ansivobEn6volenco, anda'suicli? sian will be often mentally engaged in pandering 'bcir tile ldsbnt etato t?ftheeodscotionab y which ooih *youth are'trainedip:for this lifoe and the next. aVhethorwo,.conoidor the subjoots of oduootion, ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

LOCtAL A.ND PIOVINC.IAL. Tin Colrea mrnIII iiorilfrrcy.--At thm oulmburn police court on Saturday Patrick Swoonoy, mailmnan, and ldwarLd WValol, groom, were bIrought up on romand charged with robbing the Collector mail on tuit 28thR Juneo.: John Jackson Waddoll.deposed : I uama suettlr and reside at Collector; I know prisoners Iby, sight, and am acquaintedl with, gWalsh; I was with Coroldbtlo Nolson on the 28th Juno when he fund throee mail-bhaguin tle bush about two'milts firnom.Collcctor and about throe hundred yards.from. th Gouloturnr,road ; they woro cut open,,and the letters scnttlured about; I also saw a water-proofcoat found ; it wasoinsidu out; I recogniza the cont'and: bags prodted as' being thotseo fonnd.--Senior-Cod sthblu Ilourkla deposed: I mn stationed at Collector; Shave. sooneet Sweenoy :wear a: cdat sinilar to that piroducedl; on thie 28th Juno in consequence of what I. heard I,followed Swiionoy. who wIas driving the nmalil arnd ovortooke him; 'Valshn wos with mnio...

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