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THE GORILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

THE GORILLA. TíE gorilla iz a citizen ov Western Afrika, and in jijtntov general intelligence averages well with ne rest ov the natives. \Thcy ar*rf)0Ut;,5 foot in hight, and hav got a âÊnk^j^^^K^aai a. fish woman. H|^BRw lilt one gorilla, and he waz not ^^^^B^h life, Lat was stuffed with straw. ^^W^'t i^ever want to see another, it weakens mi respekt tW mi ausesBtors to look at them. Thc gorilla is diffiercat from the other monkey race in one í-espeí-t, they hav no tail. Whether this iu the result of acksident, or desighu, i kant tell, b.<rt'it ia R good hit cither way for what on arth duz aurilia vant ov a tail anny how. V They are a fourleggcd quVlrapod, and kan walk horizontal, or purpcudikulai". just az they pleazc. When they do walk up.Hte, they arc the wust looking relashuns we hv:. fc¿T^e£ji'r atme, and don't congregate like other Hps. B^lîiavc allwuss wandered whi sum one didn't Bmport one into this kuntry, and match him tor 2 fjthousand dollar« to fite in a ring...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

ARRIVALS OF RIVFjf CRAFT. Nil Desperandum (Jones),- from Colo, with maize, poultry and eggs. ^ Hard Times (Everingham and Musgrove) from Lower Portland,, with maize, poultry, cggsan^ujfpjtt i^|^^^^^^^B;,from Wiseman's Ferry, I^^^^^^^^^^Hcggs, ^^^^^^L Sackville Reach, ^^^^^^^^^Htcrs) from the M'Donald, ^^^^^^^^^^^Land ^^^^^^^^^^^^Mfrom Wiseman's Ferry, ^_

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]stralian. AUGUST 15TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

^Hsttciliau. AUGUST 15TH, 1S74. Ion about to take place on upon the occasion of the kr Bridge at Windsor, will Irf^if tue Jiptiwr prows favourable, all^í¿d sncc^SS^^xhis is simply owing to tho |taf| thatf|br once all petty local jealousies »ve b6090éfy; oblivion, and each and all |pve joined bjsart and hand in order to bring at>dut stich a desirable consummation., This is it 4¡|íoul||be, and it would bo,^b^iüiB0^eal |§oodif Buch a thing were the ri|© inafeaiibf ^he exception ; but we are veryjfnuoh afraid .Ühat suet*; a desirable thing wj|[ never chine to pass ontu we have got rid of trie M'QUADE, the mongrel jew, and the drunken chemist element. Such agitators as this class of fel- lows represent, are sufficient to stir up strife in Paradise let alone in this small portion of our sublunary sphere. We have sailed over many seas and visited many lands, but we do not recollect ever being brought into contact with so many superfine scoundrels as are to be found in this little town o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

MEDICAIJMSCOVERY ! ! A SAVE AX» CERTAIN UURE FOE TOOTHACHE. HAVING suffered severely from the above distressing malady, and after trying the be6t known remedies without experiencing any relief, I commenced a serie3 of experi- ments on scientific principles which resulted "n the discovery of an PPLICATION at once SAFE and CER- TAIN IN ITS EFFECTS, Immediately and entirely removing pain, checking decay, and tending to restore the corroded enamel to its original whiteness. This Remedy, at first, intended only for private use ; I now, at the urgent request of numbers who have proved its efficacy, place before the public under the designation of WADDELL'S 'C1FIC FOR TOOTHACHE. '^"t that this applicaÄon will prove ^^HL* J&~ to all who suffer from this com m^^, have resolvcd^o establish it in every, ^|>2rWk the Colony. The Specific can be obtained at this office. RICHMOND AGENTS. R. B. Hughes, Windèor-street. Chemist and Druggitt. Retail price per bottle. 2s. 6d. Discovered and ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] WINDSOR POLICE OFFICE. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

<EOtTCöpOltfl£ttCf. £ We do not identify ourselves with th* opinion* o correspondents.] WINDSOR POLICE OFFICE. (Tb the Editor of the Australian.) SIR, - AU police offices, whether in town or country, are the usual resort of idlers, loafers, scandal-mongers; meeting places for the unwashed and unsoaped ; BISO, a rendezvous for the rabble of our population. Yet, amongst this amalgam of the waifs and strays of society, there are occasionally one or two amongst them who possess minds capa- ble of discriminating right from wrong, and who, when they observe anything which appears to out- rage decency, or calculated to bring our,courts of Judicature iuto contempt, always either express themselves freely at the time, or give vent to their sentiments immediately they leave the precincts of the Court. Absence from town alone prevented my noticing before, the rase of " Martin v. Davis." which came on for hearing, J. n Johnson and J. McQuade, Esq?., presiding as Magistrates on that o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" THE PARK."—BAH! (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

" THE PARK."-BAH ! (7b 0e .Editor of tlve, Australian.) [ Sin,-" Much ado about nothing " is the comedy {being played ont by some of the mountebanks in your little town just no try the Park being tho s'age upon which the low romerlianAexercise their carrion limb?. Mis- naming liu^^ÊÊtf^ii^f^S^ 1 ; allow ' ing a board to be placed therein wit!.-a nany? surreptitiously g\\w foAt wo« error ly. 2 - J indeed, ail matters connected witlithc i^rk forcibly remind me of thc " Comedy of EiWV' and suggest the immédiate necessity ot thm Windsor .'Council (as at present composed)! Glutting i,p aud allowing thc " Merry Wives J of Windsor to take their pinces. I have^l very high pinion of these virtuous ladiety^B if they are.ag vigorous mentally as thej^^H physically, \snincthing may yet be done^HH serve the \park from being an cj^H^B municipal foV)Vi omj a laughing-s^^^^^H young and oy ,,f t]l0 district. d^^^^H Whose ad(\]ej brain first concc^^^^^H of erecting lhtt signboard in thc^^^^^H Salpaca ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXX. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

CHAPTER XXX. AT eleven o'clock, the Doncastore barouche drove up to the door. Lord Finmore pro- ceeded direct to the church, iu a carriage and four, to await his bride. her m i^uapnaai; - / , ^^»^»ag t( chorçà; 0!oti^M:îftncS^ anxioué^»ad_ kAJy tounâ-tm' the sea' of. heads that filled"t»amfttB^ she failed to find the face sheWked fo^ia^^wwwljied 1 Tien the bride arr)»*, in « gloss of satinj «ná glimmer of pearl ^looking lovely enough! io turn the strongest %d,^as they all agreed j (and the procession fora^ and wound itsivay siowiy~ûp the eun-floclH aisle, to the sweet, solemn notes of the gran old organ. Lord Pinmore was Anding on the lower step of the altar, ready \ receive his bride ; and had he forgotten po\ Mary at the mo- ment, that his face was so Vdiant ? The Countess, in her sta\ly beauty, stood ¡ near, and smilled continuó^ for the peril was past now, like an ugliaightmare, and she could triumph in the fty. success of her plans. f. The service began 'mid agence so com- plet...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXX. AVENGED AT LAST, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

CHAPTER XXX. AVENGED AT LAST, THREE years had passed since the events re- corded in our last chapter, and Edith, who had suffered terriby, was beginning gradually to recover from the shock of her father's sudden, mysterious death. She had one little boy ; and if she had been somewhat disappointed in her husband as she learnt to know him better, she loved him loyally, if not with her old enthusiasm or per- fect trust. Still,he had behaved very well to her hitherto. Iv was only that she saw how weak and easily led he was, and sometimes feared for the future, although she olten chided herself for this want of ttust. But the child was the great, joy of her life, ?j generosity. "1 So that Edith was ignorant also of this fact, and iras thereby spared a good deal of pain. . ( , ' There is a famous new singer coming out on Monday night at Talber's concert, and as I found every one was going, I took seats for us both,' said Lord Finmore to his wife one morning at breakfast. ' She has only ju...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SLIGHT [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

to etrike wrong, asleep sat* ratáriíghtó; dealy strack 5. out? of fred, áiíd, -as at tlmt^ steftfion, é8hé 'dBlïc mistàkej but went While she tva* bustlisg the noise. üe> çôuîd distîiid_ moving abwt arid i^païi^pély packa ehyia. Chtibb' Beikfed bis fwling-jp^, ^gaiagdWR tó4^e'din%-ro^^dbb^í^a <*qld-' heiùl th^boi^iaya àt 'wMjli aihied^ pt^WÄ;doigf^l :mbjB4ii^i»y[,ffirèdi:.î ^n^^lti!;'" .opfttiby t*w ^Ucènihii;' ^''fBàÂ||:?|]rf ÍB/íand-*à * tóééding'womfrh oh'ihë *f iniagined «b*t> jhurder %â3 beef l^nd -orrè^f t^uJÉîtted^hub^ «tatiou-hôtise; \rï pips^Bftte tilings; Just !j>;\»» explanation fctisu<j o^tt had a few bir&tsbj ^eman left to *rrïvj5d |^ti%%^.tWhj ^hiin;áj{& first ac ¡;%y iatáy*truck-'S;43, hi ,'ît over the fence. Ho and things are working

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER XXXIII. [?] THE TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

"JBTER XXXIII. 1 self L^Tr^g,W^enll0Prcsent^^ SUÍ aíf ^ ^oiíe, and asked for Makme nor son) had 1^ at dawn, giving no induc- tions a* to they might Wok for her 0r th?iIÍShtest ¿ínt as to tor destina-' . Lord Finiere staggered away fr*m the in the drawing-loom,/when he sudden^ ^ pearei, with a kee ¿hat would-haunt, tn^ ? through all the hiure, so blank--ind despair Jog was it. 1 t Steadying himèlf by a, chair, he s^tc ut ¡j 'This miserable iarco nay as well em. at, j \pnce. Your cursed ainbivion bas ruined V äii, mother. - Mary Brent wis my wife,, and Mary Brent is alive. - jcjCave to you the task of explaining everything t0 judith. Mary has sufferfed tbe most, andT must think of bet tThat is all 1 have to s^.' hurried out as he finisiwd speaking, tunned as they wc rc,* th ey l.uw that bc one to his. child's nursery. He eau« ¡hg down the stairs, dashed open thc and disappeared. xtWm mriiUf calm ;\ < or^^^B feadjrVrheilíe a^ffriê^bé^ill^^M 1 :i*«<PTo,C»ol-a'tleá^...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAT AND THE BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

PAT pi~û THE BE,ä£ IK Charles JcVes's delightful O'Dcmoghue there occurs ^remarkably rich passage illus- trating the/clations subsisting between au improving Inglish landlord and an untutored-, Snant. TJ© scene' is on thc lawn of thej 'Ponogh^'s castle in Kerry. The tenants! have ass/hbled to meet the worthy English] Baronet^10 has purchased the property, and ' who w« bis age-it standing in thc parlour windo/wat°bes eagerly for some result of the many improvements ' which at great cost he hagildeaYoured to introduce to the wild and unAored peasants of the district. The afmt presents the tenants to the worthy yvator, who inquires into the condi^^^f ;/e grumbling and dissatisfied rodM^^^I /lis favours. At length, on a^^^^^^^^f whom ihe^d^^^^^^^^M thc baronci^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l proport io^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H fiery T-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H cotton handkerchie^^^^^^^^^^^^H sullen silence. ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H xn,u, WhYjiMf^^^^H^^^H wouldn't *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H| «?fe* ^1^:*!**'

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURE FOR LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

{ ^¿«^ct;rllolptî^, jo.^^nâtj; '^ake one pound, PT»" foujieén oimce/ï ^."'experièpce I jrell ffne, 9u«rt, of cooling water you then must '* tàke,' /^ '.' _ .', ' ;. ß$ sure y¿ung Jadíes don't mafe;e .no ni^ake ; Ôn a gennie fire pjF loye |t you^ijien place, wh%i^feT ^oîi do don't "bastó its^pace. . ^i|h? sugar of|orgëtfal»teçs y op then must Ajllthie; tin^e/yo^r hearty might, be beating. É^h '^e^poón of melancholy y ou ïhen must èï*^' tí *. ^ - f _ . ^Wfeqn tpjp of |he water dot}i swim, I^SihA^oa iyfll place it* in the bottom of v***fi careXo- one moment it surely wilj smart ; Aiyjj. t$ènTpù tùasi cork it Jthè cork must be sound. ' .V£i|b a consciei^e, that purely will'* neVer re vbound : \ ^nd^ tbeji for .relief you let it remain. 1 çtU restored"^yourright senses, again. 'At the,bouse bf 'Tinderstanding these things you will get,,,'. / ?,, L... . ^But take care,and dotMgo when'tbe weather ,^is we^;;* . Y . '.t ' .. . Tor I^fiPsM'^*0,.666 wet their poor L t/6®^»,-'. * -yr i «a.-.» '...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

\ hi Xevaáu, eren asfn New Yor^^^^^H (¡business of courtship ? goes oh' as ^^^^^H '? Wr; though some of the'details" VarJ^^^^M fiie former locality We are fnrnishea^^HH " narrative not common» to 'Fifth A^Í^I^^H is described thus:! "My sister Em hat» >feHeV who has becta coming to see ber 'm^H i every night'for some timé.' Night béforela^B jhst to hate'a little fun, 1 went itito tjH .parlorMud* crawled Under the sofá on the'sfM »andwaited therotill he'and Em had gOtsctiïéH andjust'alrhé was asking her" if she'wanwin liligi be -his *<dear - partner for life; and trusl to bas -strong' ferta'for protectièh àîid support I gave three Indian war-whífcfos, and bu rape' ! myself up against the bottofl jbf the sofa, ari» fired off an old horse horse-pistol that I ha; borrowed of Tom Johnson, and. my gracious how that feller jumped up and scooted for th door ! Hé never stopped to get his hat,; bf} went tumbling head over heels down th, doorsteps. As fdr TSm, she was just: tlggfl...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TITTLE TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

V TI'JTLE TATTLE. ÎHK " miserable old kuss" the Gorilla, has not taken warning by past events, or else he is like a spaniel dog the more flogging he get« the better he lores those who inflict the punishment. I did think that the late Supreme Court basinets in which he was one of the principal actors would have taught him sense, but it appears that I am mistaken. He has actually tried to be funny and taken rpon himself the gift of foresight, and tries to describe what will take place at the de monstration on tho opening of thc new bridge, and makes motion something about Guy Faux. Well he k the last man or thing who ought to even whisper the name of Guy Faux, because it sets people to thinking and asking of questions ; they then ascer- tain that Guy Faux was t the head of a Popish Plot to destroy the Ifcng and Parli a ment. I did think the old humbug had more « gumption " than to rake np Guy's name, for he as well as all other pap*ts ou ght to endeavour to hide ia oblivion t\ doings'...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

Important fe Biilctier* and Oilier«. E. THOMAS ANDU EWS being about to sell hy PUBLIC AUCTION on Tuesday next, August 25th at noon, at his residence High-street, Penrith, the whole of his Stock in Trade, Goodwill of Business; right of Slanghter-house and Piggery-Horses, Carts, Harness, Saddles, Bridles-Store cattle, 20 Pigs, a.quantity of Corn Beef and pork, ox tony nos. Also a four-roomed Cottage in Castlereagh-Btrcpt, Penrith, about fire minu- ses from Railway Statiou. Title perfect. N; Terms Cindi-No Reserve. to retire, has instructed Price & Co.. Ulf. U MK AUW WINDSOR, HI OH M OK D, AND HAWKES BUliï ADVERTISE!! AND PENRITH IN- TELLIGENCER. TERMS :-Three Shillings per Quarter, paid in advance ; if hooktd, 4a. Thc Quarters cad on The 9th March, 9th Jun«, 3th ^e^)U:llll>l,r, and Util Decemljer, respectively, j Parties subscribing in thc middle of a quarter will «inly be charged from the dat« of their com j mencicg. j Advertisjments must (specify, I'M wnttng, on the face ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

SÏDNET ARO BICHKO^i Station». , . r ' ' ? 1" ? '< "' . * Dow» rum. * Sydney .«... ..,>...... 4'*i rjunatta J unctioaf.. dep ...... ..... Seifen HUI«. Blacktown ¿unctioa.arr dep Riverstone. Mulgrave. WÍND«OB . RtCHHOaö. Stations. UP TRAINS. RICHMOND. WINDSOR. Mulgrave . Riverstone......... Blncktown Junction ...arr dep Sev/n Hills .... ........ Puri&mtita ..;arr Parramatta /unction ...dep Sydney. a m 9 0 I #0 IO i IO 7 10 ll 10 35 10 51 tO 59 II 15 a in 7 30 7 42 7 49 8 5 8 80 8 85 8 40 9 C V"* 9 45 »26. * te' 6 48 fi 68 6 il C 21 '6 $71 44 j 7 Ol Daily a ia 3 60 4 2 4 9 4 26 4 50 4 58 5 3. 5 21 5 25] 6 0

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRY ENGLAND. OR, NOBLES AND SERFS. BY WILLIAM HARRISON [?]INSWORTH. BOOK I. THE INSURRECTION. I. THE SMITH, THE FRIAR, AND THE OUTLAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

NOBLES ÄND SSRFSr UUK ÄABRtBÖJf.,,^ÍHSW«feTH. -, J. I» *. n ':$iw:'Wß$ß T&Z FRIAR, AKD TUE OUTLAW. At ^é ^eawwit village of Dartford, in Kent in l«81,.aiid in the fifth of tiichard II. there dwelt a emith named Wat Tyler. Somewhat above thé middle height, and very powerfully built, he had a' broad, manly visage, characterised by a stehi expression, andi hit jeep-set eyes possessed a latent fire i Kery eafly kindled. His dark locks were V&pped cbse to his head, so as to reveal a mftsure trow, bot his beard was bushy and lórergroW. il Tht aáith's ordinary apparel was well cal l^ntjtedjo display his stalwart frame, and cc%p.v~«dof a coarse, brown serge tnnic, with 1 nkirts reacting below the gridle, long russet ! hose, and sances fastened with thongs. When he wait forth, he put on a hood that covered his hdL,w neck, and shoulders, and only left the f9L viiible. Attached to his gridle were a pouch nd a dagger, the latter being of his own manufacture. It was a sight to se...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXIIV. RETRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

* C/íAPTER X£XHV/ i RETnifctTJltW., i . Mary left London so su^^ix/aatishe had to forfeit' all the m'jnejfc sËf' fed hitherto niade'by ber eng^véáé^új^.ia[penalty fujs breaking it puddenly*; /W fotpd hjyj»^' when she reached raris-^°4^éu?ü^f.¿ " She couid not be/V¿° ¿fT-*'"«rçtlung ¿-re of *ho" 'È^ïjW^h she ytfote to. aq qualnt li^fJ 'lvlth 4&r -cparUitV. 'she the/a fore <oight ail rajjb-tnent at once and as, he>í«ñe hadj> \*jÊh& her, had no difficultyj in procur%gJ ^?ùmediattly;, althpugh sh« agreed to Nçe f-ljh V^*¡'for hey peribrujanefcs] <>n condjtio^V^jiM^g; app^cd. to make he| deiVt inJ^fm/M¿ew name. / , 'JU^ff^W{¥t^ one« Gerald /bun shewaKdete^nîWea to\,evade mm,',bY .woulâ return to b* do^a*fche donÍd»loft«¿ I molested. Bjt m^fjj, ^Xfin Jn hts purpose, sho onlA^ ^b %ie fweek, BO that she m^hi teVe&ghfagaiíiud dcnly' at any mome\t s^ fo* it" to ;be necessary. .Y ! il'. Mary ííved very hu%j-y )l<i«ietly -in an p...

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