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"THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN." [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN:'' ~ ' (From Punch.) 1 That'industrious writer, Mr. Timbs,' has -compiled a renmrks'bly pleasant and instructive little book — a book as full of infonnai'iou as a ])omogranate is full of seed ; nevertheless, we- detect sonio omissions, and supply them, thai, Mr. Timbs may, in a future edition, incorporate the following as ' Things not Generally Known.' It is not generally known that -the names of Elliott, Grey, and Wood, are in England names of such fatal import, that no man bearing either of them was ever known to have any success in this world, whatever may be hopefully expected from him iu the next. Not generally known that, even after the Crimean Commission, the Earl of Cardigan is about to appear in paint at the Somerset House Exhibition, subject — his Lordship narrating how lie led the Hal nkhiVA elmro-p. iviw'l lmw -vnUnr\r.wl rvnt. ji\t' a* +r\ 4.Kii Wales and the rest of the Royal children. . Not generally known that 'to take eal'e 'of :Dowbf' :is...

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The Colonial Press. RESOURCES FOR THE AGRICULTURIST. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

' 'C'jic Cnlaniai lim RESOURCES FOR THE. AGRICULTURIST: ?- ' (From the Melbourne Herald.) _Ifc has accidentally com,e to. our knowledge, that the Executive are talcing the 'me. ins. to ascertain, with tolerable accuracy, thoe extent of land under cultivation. in tlie colony, the description ra crops upon it,, and. the probable amount of each class of ruge produce. There have been for som.j time ant'eipations indui th in, that the progress of cultivation amongst us *ill astonish o n public ^when it is made known from reliable data; and sage writers in the provincial newspapers,, while affecting to. encourage the. progress of agriculture, have done much to check it, by the hints tllut il eriKI* mil if. fnl.-A nlnnn fmni fhn i'ii'ivfo nf nnv I n r-r.-i i aiid. sudden increase in our supplies of food fr6m, the soil* of the colony. If these 'hot and cold' patrons of agricultural pro-:, gress are in L rented in the food trade with the neighbouring oolo gies, we can understand the data upo...

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FOUR DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

EOUR DA KrS; LATER. NEWS.. ( From the Herald July 10.) Wet-publish this morning four days' later-, news. This further instalment of European intelligence is brought by onr old friend, Captain A. S. Mollison, formerly of the Blenheim. He now Commands a. large new ship of the Dukbau ffrm, and. has suecedeiT in making the passage from Portsmouth to Hdbart Town in 77 diws. Tte news is not, striking. . That which is most interesting to us as eoloiwsts, is the Steam Meeting held at the London Tavern on the 14th April. It will be seen, that- Mrr. Wbmtworth made a ahort.but forcible speech on the miserable treatment to which these colonies had. for many years been. , subjected by the home Government jOii. the subjeet of steam-communication.

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Coles and Sketches. FLORENCE O' BRIEN AN IRISH TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Alts imli Skrfrjiw.;' I L.O R S.N G E . O ' 33 E I- E N .. . . , .f .. AN' IR'I'S.H TALE. ; It ? was-- Jmposible-that a creature with the acuteness* tlifl stronc aiul habits of reflection early forced upon. Florence, ? v-v -.-.-O?. Bnen-.-couUkfiiil- to por.cei.ve . the faults ot her, father. She could ?- neither shut, her eves, nor vet .wink ;: affection m. her. case possessed - none vof-'thrafr* magic quality.- which, in weaker. minds, sometimes happily for th-S 'individual, veils the vices- and failings. ot kindred ; but she. devoutedly.doved.-, him, .-w-iih^orriiv 'spite ot errors, which, by 'inspiring' herewith compassion-and sympathy* deepened his hold over' t,bat.;generons youtllMil^heart, w-liich. was.become his.soJe stay against the world antl,~hiinselfv!.-li,larence.--::was, , however^ nob yet :v:rived- at the age.swhen. pnre^ reason.' up lformaly, leads; the judge ment; if such an age-tln-re/be ;v.and , her father's, rejected applicu tionsrto his;. relatives. for, assista...

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THE OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

THE OMISSION;, . , Aav the risk of being, considered- some.whair dolorous,- and ©f. being accused of looking: on, the dark. side of. the shield,, we venture to draw the attention, of the- public to the - manifest and significant amission, -r in- the.- programme put forth by the Premier at. the- opening of the Parliament. This- striking. and: important. ora-iasron is—that no reference is made,, however indefinite 0? siladovyy, as all ? allusions are generally..- expected' to:, be in an opening speech, to that plague spot on our Constitution- — the nomi nated Upper House. „ The fact of this omission- is the more startling,, when-; we reflect on- the Bast career and avowed sentiments-, of' some of the- members of the . Cabinet.. ' SlrvJ^Q^ALDsoNr was always understood to be- opposed to nomineefsm ; whenever an opinion has . been espressedrb.y.-him!- st has- ever been- ill' the highest degree condemnatory, cf the principle^ of a -nominated legislature, either actii}g alone and uninfluen...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

(Drigiual', ferpssmniitnrt. , [It is to. be distinctly, understood that wo do npt identify ourselves with th opinions of -gentlemen availiiv^ themsolves of (he' opportunity of advo : eating their views m this dupartuient; of our journal; nor can.we under. -.. take. to... insert any., communication not having tho writer's name . and address attaehud . thereto— not necessarily, for publication, hut as a ^-guarantee uf good faith: — Ei-.]

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THE MONGOLIANS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

: THE MONGOLIANS IN VICTORIA. 1 From the Auol-s, June IS, a.d., 2000,.. 11 . . ' (Froti}, the Melbourne Punch.) Tlie centenary anniversary of the establishment of a Mongolian 'dvnasty in Victoria, was celebrated yesi^rdoy with great jiomp 'and splendour.'' Tlie rule which prescribes, that all the inhabitants of the British quarter, Bhould return to their homes, and closo the gales of Little iioiirke-.street at 7 o'clock p.m., was relaxed upon 'this :occasnion, and by spccial gw.e of his Imperial Majesty Tow Row Tiddi lddV- Hi Gee Woe, our fellow countrymen were -permitted to'miiigle in the crowd, nud were almost placed upon a - -fooling of equality . wiih the Celestials. Indeed, throughout the Vh uie°of the day, we only he;ird of one incident that was calculated to:remind us that we belonged to a conquered race. We allude to 'tlie circumstance of three Englishmen having bi'en beaten to «i noafiinM .-. .Ituk /-nnfoininn- » frilSOPrl 1111T111V-(10!'-. . (IiJIItllj'.IUl- VUOllllllJ n u...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Billing iritis. Tiie New Diggings. — Tho following has been communicated to rn by a correspondent : — ' The Stouey Creek Diggings are situated about thirty miles from Orange, on the Mookervva road, and that they form part of a very rich gold-field there remain* but very little doubt, as. I am informed about eight hundred licenses Iiave been issued for the month of June. I should thiiifc from what I bear that there are a thousand peoplo there, amjL arrivals still coming in very fast, I am informed that a very large number of diggers have made during the last fortnight fronj twenty to thirty ounces, a. man per vveek. A few lucky fellowi*. have even made this much in a day,, and a great many are not doing so well. There has been a great rash to a place known as the Golden Gully, and it is reported that within the fast few days several extraordinary hits haye been made. Peoplo are flocking here from all parts. Near the head of the, Mookerwa other rich diggings havtj also heen disco, ver...

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SHELL HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

SHELLIIARCOUR, _Mr. E;ditob—1 heg to solicit the favour of a, corner of your paper for the following. ? On -Tuesday, 24th current, about 40s of.the children attending the -Free Church Sabbath Schools of Shellharbour anil Terry's Meadows, met at the Manse of Shellharbour at noon. About one third of the'Sabbath -School children were absent, owing to sick ness,: distance, and other hindrances ; and among those present ihere wer^ a few who do not attend the Sabbath School. The juvenile assemblage was composed -pretty equally of Iwvs. and girls,' the girls slightly preponderating. The larger half were rather above tho age of children; there was a sprinkling of very little creatures';- and the rest were of, an intermediate size. There were present a few gro.wn people besides. The (lav was exceed ingly. fine. and. pleasant. ; and the young people were all dressed in lioliuay . apnarel ; and were ni-tlie -enjoyment ot buoyant and blooming health, 'with athletic frames, globing cheekv, and s...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

COURT. .OS; PETTY SESSIONS,.. Momday, J;i/i,y-7- . W^.'JEnrsfl, was Brought tip .oh his bail^ .and1 , pleaded guilty to a- , charge of drunkenness, and-this-being his- first offence, was fined 5s. ' This being the-day for. holding the monthly .Court of- Rerpitssts,. . their. Worships. opened the -Court pro fomnat and then adjourned it;., untit-MoHday^the 14th . instant.- . Drwken1 Mair/MA's.-^On1. last Tuesday afternoon-..tlie man in»-» charge of the Syilney .mailj. .Hehry- , Oxejibridge, was found near - .the junction of the Sydney and Dapto„Road'-iisleep on- the;.veliicler and'Mt'stnuding, bt Mr, -Jrving- :? -he aroused fhitn' from- his sleep and he proceeded' on his jolirney ; but Mtv Itvi-ug,. being apjirehen -- siva of a recurrence of.diis-.drowsii!ess,,on-his.arrival in town irenfe the' Cliief-Constable- -after -, him. Before having the town the' Chief took 'the' precaution to order one. of his subordinates to follow him, whOj-.i.with Bl-'r. ? G.- Hall,, agent- foi- the mail c...

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Sydney Correspondence. SYDNEY, JULY 11, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

gijknj: Cnrmijifittknrt SYDNEY, JULY I ly l85Cr. . TftE;pnblio holiday in this city on- Monday last-, to celebrate the restoration of peace, passed off with becoming ecldh At three o'clock there was a-, review-- in the- Domain of- the troops -in garrison, by the Governor-Genera!r . which was witnessed by some 14'. or. 15,000 persons... Tlirs was the most interesting. ;por.-, tion of. the spectacle. As- to.-, the review- itself, it. had 'little pretension- to the name, .and,. Bnmbers excepted, .reminded one- of the King'-of Fre/nce's 20,000 menr who- marclieduup the hill and then matched down again., The volunteer artillery; fired aground or two, happily withoufe.knockiiig. any body's head off . then the two or three companies- . of-- soldier's - gave!-3;/eM :de join',? while ' AhUmnAiL* Iffo-t'otT nrjrl, l»?rr rlrnt^^c f InmtTovrail or, ,to, speak more, respect-fully,; after the manner ofV'- Gentlemen, of the Press/^ the. band played some choiee-martial' and national airs,- and! 'af...

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING 4 1/3 O'CLOCK [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

? ? ^nipierrait Sittellrtitnit. SYBXIJir MARKETS ' ' ?'.'.?v. S.ATUltDAI E,VE?TISQ,.4J^;O.ClOCS. ; I i* ? s. a. x, i. a. flour ... v. ? *-24 0 0 to '25 0 0 , vVhoat, per bushel ... ... c. 0 7- 0 0 8 0 Jlarze ?,v.i 0 -. a.-: 3 . 0 3 0' ? jOats (Seotcli) ... ... ... / '0 5 0 ~,0 5 6 3i.ii ley Englisu... i 1 ... 0 J 6 0 4 6, , -Potatoes (dull, -per ton)... . ? 1 Ip 0 ? ' 2 H 0 - ,-)niou«, un«akablo ... ... 0 7 (!) i 0 8 0 Hay, per ton (ojteu) ... ' ... 7 *\) 0 ,8 0 0 i Jjucerne ... ... ... -4 loj 0 ' S 10 0 j Bark' (it dry) ... '... ... 7,9,-0 ,9 0 0 J'ig-- . . . . . . . 0 0 6_ ,0 0 7 .Calves...' ... 0 13; Q , 15 0 ' J^owls, per pair, ' ,... 0 4 0' - $ 4 li , , Ducks ... , '... ,i ? ? Q 6 (-r „ 0 8 6J - Gec.se . . , . . ... ... 0 10 0 ,0 12 0 'l'Utkey-. maihet full ... ' ... 0 li 0, ' 0 14 0 ' ' vS '' 3Buttej,1st quality, pei lb. 0 ' 1 '6 ' ,0 1 SQ ' :.i iw J)itto, inferior ... . '... ? i, ;.. 0 12 ' ? ,0 1 4 Cheese (coloiH.il) , , -... 0 0, 6 „ r0 0 7 Hggsperdpwn ... ... 0 l' 4 0 16 '...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

SYDNEY SHIPPING. ? ??' ? ' ARRIVALS. ' ?ifulylS.—'SVonga (s.), 7S0 tons, Giimo.e, from Molbourne'lOtli instftiVt. ?????. July.1,3. — Yurrn Yarra (s.), 500 tons, Bell, from Moreton Bay 10th .instant. ^ iGriifton, (s,) 212 Ions, Wiseman, from Clarence River 9th instant ' .Tuly;14. — William, brig, 180 tons, Skinner, from Geelong t'heist instant, in ibnIlikHt'.- Annie, kotch, 30 tons, Vntinsm, from Ilowe'a Island the 12t5t'h Juno ? July 15 — Loudon (*.), .700 tons, Watts, from Melbourne the -i2lh instant. July 10.— Alma, .ship, 110'J tons, Patterson, from Glasgow- April. ^O'lzullo, brig. 180 tons, Dow, from Launeeston 10th instant. La Prime, ?Trench barque, 357 ton.-?, Gongon, from Melbourne l:3lli instant. Brilliant, ?schooner, 11 'J tons, Wilson, from Melbourne llthinstant. Wanderer, brig. 140 tons, Kozea, from Melbourne lltli instant.. E.-tgle, sohooncr, 124 tons, Kelly, from .Melbourne lath instant, in ballast. 'Oberon, -cutter, 46 tons, ?Dcveiyn, fiom South Sea Islands. ' ? I July...

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Mining News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

S&ifej 1cm. Stosst.-. Greek.— From ,a, gentleman who left SJoney Greek; aL. few days .ago, after a careful enquiry into the position of affairs^ we learn the following particulars -The diggers pn, tho Stock-. vnrd. Creek up, to. the tiipp. bp. left were dping; remarkably vre'l^ without, so far as. he saw,, a, siiiglp.except.ipn,. bijt a]l, the aurit'erou.i, ground had been, taken up they wer.e. simply surfacing; wouliii. according to thp system pursued there, be quickly worked^ ou.fc. Manji. were qp;o| inion, hpw.ever, .that,, a. considerable quantity. of gol.d'v w-ai. left behind as a. claim,, was, generally, pronounced' exhausted,, when the yield, fell off tp, what ar,e termed,' wages!- earn-. . ings. In this, portion. of the diggings the tract ofequmry. laid out; in dai91s.is.not more.- thaj}, 220, to 23,Q,.,yar_d^.lpng in its greatest extent, and. the w,idth, npfc nearly. so. much,.. In ..consequence of itiij.. limited extent thp new.arri y,al,s, had:pi tcfyfid their ten...

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SUGGESTIONS TO AGRICULTURISTS. [To tho Editor of Argus. ] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

SUGGESTIONS TO AGRICULTURISTS; ( JTrom the Arqus, July. 3.V [To the Editor of tl\Q Argus. ] Sir— Haying read, several articles on agricultnre in yowp- valuable paper, may . I with your kind permission bp, allowed tu-„ make a few, observations with regard to draining and stibsoiling o&r ground,. I have been a farmer all my lifipt, and ho.vp bad great ex perience,, and have .tried,, and, seen, tried, alnipat all kinds of prpvements, and I am sorry to say in most. cases the want of im-«. provement lies with the farmers .themselves, L.can., see there ia rop,m for great improvement in this cpiony, which will not coat six.,, much as many peoplp expeot. Necessity ia the mother of inven tioiij.and such. I. hare been put t-x. With regard to, .drainage, th® land should, be properly laid' out, and I . think j- few. top-drains, well drawn, wouid.be, fo.und to .do. a. very great deal. of . good as th» raips fall.m'jich heavier here than in,, England, I have often found a top water furrow...

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Agriculture. CAUSE AND CURE OF SMUT IN WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

larimltui'f. 0AUST3 AND CURE! OF SMUT IK WHEAT, The following is an Essay w on the Cause and Cure of Smut 1b Wheat,'- to which, the Yillier^ and Heytosbury, (Victoria) Association awarded a prize, We have no doubt it will be interesting to otjr wheat-growing rg.aders, and therefore p^ake no , apology, for inserting it, in fu|l : — ... The evils arising from;, tho prevalence o.f.sm,qt. in wheat demand. tl\e attention of a!}, and, call upoR all wjio have the .means, of obserration. K'fhin . their, reach to seek for an eilicient remedy Smut is a s great source of annoyance and loss, not only to the. farmer, bu^ a|so, to , the miller, and. baker, and.it is, co.n.side,red very uiiw-uuiesom^vu., ina.-,conBumer., During thet pro.etesg.pjf thrashing, &c.,. in ,?)-.© preparation pf;wheat for the n^arkett many of th,e. smut %lls.. are. broken, and the smut enter*. the ey$ of. the wheat aud a.dherca.ta the sk.in, so, that the miller,, wit?) all the, improved maciii.nery..at hia command...

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THE PEACE REJOICINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

THE PEACE REJOICINGS. Th the House of Commons, on Friday night', ISth April, tho Chancellor of the Exchequer explained that the large temporary Weoi loins, wliioh hiiv« during the pa-t week Jiiiisen in thu firtsett ? ? ? ? Park and Hyde Park we're i'A tended to be used in connection with the public rejdicings for the conclusion 'Of pe.ice. , This was the first official announcement of any intention on the part of the govern men t to follow the course adopted at the conclusion ol Peace in 1814. It 13 rarely that the government of this country takes the. initiative iii any matters of public rejoicing; and th* p'ublie will naturally feel considerable interest to learn the details Af 'the plan in the present instance, about to be adopted. The grand peace fetes will consist almost 'exclusively of a display of pyrotechnic art', of ithA iAost magnificent and unprecedentul oiiAracter. ..All the Available resources ot Woolwich arsenal have been for some tiuie past directed to the making up o...

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Pales and Sketrbes. FLORENCE 0'BRIEN. AN IRISH TALE . [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

naif, llttfrljci. PL 0 R E N C E 0, !? B; # A N I EI S II T A L K . , Wtb hor secret brooding consciousness, the riotousjeenps, .of, an funeral o? that period were the severest trial of courage and | eridnrance. Yet she durst not desert her post. Duty, or rather ap useless tyrant custom, which too often usurps that sacred.name, Ijacl prescribed her line of action.; and, burying lier anguish' in her heart, she went thronghthat allotted routine of domestic business which presses so hard upon the hart-stricken mourner, though it .may, sometimes, prove a seasonable diversion to an overwhelming gjrief. ' ' '? ' ' '? '' MJpon the, day of the funeral, Squi::e Jack. had t.he„ misfortune, to loose tlie small way he had made iii'5 the' esteem of Florence/whS st he sat in hushed sorrow hv her father's corpse. As chief mounter, and, moreover, as an Irish one, he had been trained to believe that 1 it was his boundenduty to 'set a good example,' and to circulate and drain, potations corresponding...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

UNITED STATES. , . Tlie advices by tlie Canada are, from New York to the 8th ; Boston, the 9th ; and Halifax to the 5 Oth instant. Tiie proceedings in Congress 'had been chiefly confined to matters of local interest. Iu the Senate a joint resolution frowl the committee on foreign relations, to permit Dr. Kane, and the oflice'is associated with him in the Arctic expedition, to accept . testimonials from the British Government', had been discussed at considerable length, and finally postponed. In the same branch of the Legislature, on the 7th, a resolution wa3 reported from the committee on foreign relations, to the effect that ho further legis lation is necessary in order to put an end to the 'treaty with Den- . mark in relation to the Sound Dues. The Bulye'r-Clayton Trcar.v ?1. 1 1- 1? ? 1 1.' ? 1..-. . ? i? * ? iilv i-T ' nuu ueen uiscussou. iur. ru&suijueu was in iuTuur ui fici-uiug uio diffyrences with Great Britain by negociation. Mr. Cass replied j arguing that America ...

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Select Poetry. THE SEA-GULL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

frltrt '^iirfnj,. THE SEA-GULL. B r Edward Caper*. Bird of the ocean, ? ? Qrncuful iu motion, « ?????- S-wift in. thy p^s^hro trom'i^land to sea, Oft J iu fuiicy piico. ' ? ' . . Oyer thy dwelling place, Dear to thy nestlings unii precious to jbg, B.ylit in fc.cc^t.ric flight, Gloaming witli purost white, i ^Floating through other all buoyant and free;., Kaptiired I've seen thee nwoive I'ronj tjiy f(intastiio curvo, Dropping witn, eiiu-notc to sport, oa too loo. Oft when t}. c bUIo-.ys foam j I'm- from thy niitiye home, Sheltered Ky woodl-ind uoar iiiendp^r and broqifo Over a rug'ged sti'!i-', ' ' ' ' ' Thoughtful I've leaned awhilo, ? Thatching theo plity with'spmo blaok-a-moor roolc. And on the shore I've stood, , Marking thy snowy brooi'l Dive 'ncath tiie silver wave searching for picjf, ' Then to the surface rise — ' Soar to the ileeey skiefr — Coo( to t-liy eoiiirndes and hasten away. ' ? 1 ? Bird of tlip ocean, Graceful iii motion, Had I tho 'pinions of geoi'uc to soar, Wild a...

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