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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

mpousruNGS. At North Brisbane, 9th Jnly, lSBibv Mr. D. f-. Laurie, for trespass in pajdrx-k, at 1-^igle Farm. Damages and driviag I3s. :— Dark roan horse, small star iu forehead, both hind feet have apparently been blistered, branded like JF near shoulder with illegible brand over. If not released' on or befjre the 3rd day ..f August, lSr,± will be sold.— I.D1H.T.TJ HtGHEi. Ponndkceper.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

S E: II* X3 XT-JO- _ AHEIVALP. - JcltII. — iVii'ir'in. it.'.im.-r, Captain Cot- ; tit-.-. fro;!i Er-vkhampron rli.- lijtii iu»ta:;t. ' 1V«-«is.ts — M«s=.s. Watts, Lamb, iicuuctl, t I5»dd. fcad 12 in ill ; sionsjn. * ; Ba.h-lat'.ut: 1 ea*i-. 2 drnms. Abraham; 6 I Jpub -ti!, 3 buiiili-.- caui;i ovcis, b pack-a^ros. CAbiuu; i tjis« -i.-;-Ii:s, 1£- lialoek; 3 cas^s fruit. 1 k-ij karrer. .T. 15.-uv.-i;; 11 bi:.i i!:s wh^e's, CsuapTieil nnil S.i:i ; 1 ti-uat ' ?boot*. .10 i'.i ;s ilo'ir. 2 cases. 2 cnyks Iiunp- j ?ware. Orihb and Fmtc ; 1 crate earthenware^ j 1 uirailts. 1 iMeka^j turnery. C. Mavis; oq ! ba^s fioar. R. Forrest; 1 has. ]{. J. l'uther. in-jri-m; 1 ?ase bc'-!s&:a-l«, 2 {Mt-bsprvs, II ? V.' Kiissal : S trrats. 1 case. Dj;;ehar; » di^!«s. 5 hoif-i-bests tea. 2 cas^s cajxrs. 1 ca.vj fcau»x:, $ cast-s ^»ieilrt=. 2 cas*.*s 4H?d'ee, 16 bolts snc:-sa. V.r. IL-iiureri :uid Oi. ; 1 parcel, Hu::t ; 23 axle M.-cl.s, i5 di jy Kixts. 1 trasi; springs. It. Hwrv; 1 cjs.*, J 1'^ir a...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE BLOWING UP OF THE MERRIMAC. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

THE BLOWING UP OF TIIE JrEKBI 3IAC. The following froai Fortress Monroe yes terday the 12th, gives the only account re ceived «f fhs destruction of the Mcrrimsr | It says : — At four o'clock yesterday n'.orr- j ing. a bright ligllt was observed in the -!i- j rectioaof Craoey Island, siiij ii.iif a i iij::r ' afterwards, an explosion took jiUoe wsiIJi ! made th: earth and w&tcr tremble fur m:l:s | si-i-n»d. In the midst of bright fl tines Khicli shot up iu the distance, the limbers and iron of a steamer were seen fl viiis. One of our tugs H-2S .-;c!.-t tov/.-irds the isUud to recou noitrc and ascertain the cause uf the all air, and discovered tbat all the earthworks had Iwcn aliannoned and tbe -Ierruiiac blown up. The forts on tlie Island, which were constructed with the best of engineering skill, arc left in excellent condition, as were also the barracks, whicb had accommodated, during the winter, a garrison of over 3000 men. Forty heavy jrons were mounted at dif ferent part...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

COMTaEESCIAI,. Prinrc? REmrED.— Bv Messrs. V»!!=r Grav aud d-. : 3 'unles of w*»!. GsW : 4 h.^saeaiis tilUve, Ui£E. liv il-.sirs. U. H. V.TUun a?id C-.: 12 casks t:-:itnv, T. V. ;:i:.l O^.; :-S liM.-s. D1I; 2 Uaios s'l.wiwki.n. T. W.and i:».; S li-jy aUet-i;':ias, UxV.' ! 3

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AMERICA. New York, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

A5IERICA. Kc«v Vork. jrav 13. The Atlanta Confederacy stiit.-s that in its jndgment Iteaurcsanl is wrll lugli tl:i!i':c-d «jn b»tb sides. He has « larjre arri}-. f;ut not so large as the enemy. - It were idle' it says, ?* to conceal the facts that we hav-; fears for the result.' Of affairs in Kar Orleans, the Mcmjihis Armtantht of Mav Cth savs that thp unvw anil sill tlie aldermen Jiave 3ji:eti am;^iod aad sent to prison on their n-f ueal to take 1 tlic oath. Great distress prevails in the I city, food of all kinds being extremely scarce. The Memphis Arput of the same dnte s*ys that tho Confederate loss «t Sbc-ljtii (I'ittsb-.ir^ Lsnding), was TOiW killvd and wotiitdcd. A despatch from Xashville. of Sunday, Jlay 11, states tltat Ge:ier;d J«hns.):i lias issued ji proclamation onleiing in -:vm- in stance win-re Union men have lic-cii arrvstni and maltreated by the i:iarau-ling rel«l bands that five or more .»f the most' proirij ncnt reV.'ls in the inimrdiate nci^hlwrhixx? shall be imp...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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[?] COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

l:-'VK-IA3ii'l»S COjIisKSriAL. II. 'A.. £'1«lL-i i\.-;---rts. — 'ior^es. — Thu market 1ms Ii.t.i voj-y tiiialy sip:-iie-l; d- nsnd | SoM by r. c r«n iast S.-:t:!n!3y, a sn-.:!l j noh from tl;c M.-ii.«n of \V. W. Ansh.w. J!'ai_ 'iv.-ra-^i'is --?'? |ts. pr Iii-nc!. t):I»T Rilt-s o.rh^r^^- iLi't ii;-.y ai-ejrjtd £15 jier Imiu?. i V'o.Uin^ BnII« 1 :«.— Tlic cmrkot rrii- i sr.i.-i;- rly sni-pl:?,!, jin.i fi-r g'--d worter*. ii: | C'-diTtiin. mi a-i-. :uiee en vrerlni.g rates eaa «:-sily K; olrtaim-rf. I .^ture Cattle. — I am ia reee:]-t fi-r several ! en^nriM far sJ^c'i of tlit* djs^ripd.in. *;iJ ' tbe markit c--.u Ijc «-a-rcd as sUonin -' an ? n?w*rd undencv. * ' ! Shi.-.-p.— lirk;t «t:li i.arc. JIjcU canted. ( ?WouH a»c-t «-ith rc-uV.- s.ile. 1 TaUj.-.i^U's Sila Y.tnp Eaat-straet. I Darij ; t^-j 're^k t!iu tlein-»Tid i,as bsf;a but I liioilj-i, ;.;-i.-cs ii-.-a^Tor have \,c-:a fi-Hr ! iualiitiiaei, oa'inj to tho srnali n-.'.inbir } liiuir'.!- i:if.jr s.J;. in eon-* ;.jiL'uro of the : l...

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LATER FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

LATER FEOM EUEOPE. Bv way of California, we have the follow ing:— STcw York. Blay 12. The JEtaa, from Qtusenstown, Iinssrrivcd. - The Paris correspondent «f tlie London Ilenld writes that jt strong feeling is grow ing np tliere in favour of inUrvention in America. The impression is so powerful as t*J cause nneasiness ninmig the Kortbem parti- in Paiis. It is believed serious over tures have been made by tiie French Cabinet to FalmerEton, with a. view to joint action to put an end to tbe war, which, according to official information received, is now as far from terminating as ever. The DaHf/ Kan correspondent gives a Bimiiar rumour, derived (from both 1'Vcnch »od American sources, and says the two Go vernments are giving serious consideration to the question of intcrventi'in in America. The Tina claims England has observed tte most *elT-deuy ing coursa, and concludes fay asserting that tbe real question rests entirely as to whether tlic beartof tbe South is set cm eepcratian. General...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR [?] JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

liAltiiSN'ElJ-S CALESDAR : -'. M JL'LY IV::!t aaJ Kitchan CSird?.i.— The q-i.ner;d rhiii-iin^ an.l prar.in? of t'.u j«a.»i, n:c ti.-iiit. atijile. iwar. ii- or*.n*.;, and orlier ' t. -j.* sL..^J be :i iish-.-d. «;!el:a C3]i:ur«-iu and ia;.liri bids, aa.l p'aa: h.i:-Jy fruit tn-es, iS raasi. eherrj-, aiirieo:, rjr.iuie, rpnlji. p-MT. ajlsloiond.' *ilai:;:re de;ii-uoi;s fniir tree;. i H.i-(cri;^l'! =r.d S!:riiVjji-iis.— Sot :* taj pyr;-d j?r Liy::i- ;jj fiiin 'jiti.in of afi:;e ,.a,u~;lle :''*Ji 'f Ul ''***' 5»r.i.:n;n-.'. Lx=; all fr^=, t-,r.1 1 ; l« c-.-iipi.L-f, «?? takV- stops t.^ .iii up tii ; be-is 12 the Sonrer i:ird:n a* taoy Hrc ciaa.uJ, fur E'aj jiiirpjse oi' ton- j tribirtTntto-rh.-erijjvincnt&fstjriu'. Trails- i pli^it !i!Ii« ia.i C.ipe bulbs. r^:''^- — l*rajiare t'n ground fur potitocs aal other sn miner jron-ing crops.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

VICTORIA. ; Thursday. June 2G.— The pwple of Vic i %s& ysi%jaiswtzi£satfSe .fce'^riasSf - of the Kev. S. K. Uughcs, late rector j of Uanallgo, Anjrleaev, whose noble con ilnet nn tbe occasion of the wreck of the i Uoval Charter was in every one's mouth. i The subscription list opened at the -iiHck of the Argus newspaper amounted'ou Tuesday last to £3-53 JSs. «d^ a draft for wliicl amount lias been fonvai-dcd Tjv this mail to Mr. Laehian KucEuinoii, London, to be banded «ver to 3fessrs. Courts and Co., or to the comuiitiec in charge of the fund. Betides this list many others bavc been opened, and subscriptions continue to pom in. It is expected tbat the total will amount o over £1WO, a sum which cannot fail to bs gratefully received hy tbe licrcavud family as a hearty testimony to the worth and heroism «f the excellent pastor, bus band, and father, whose decease is mutinied wherever a British traveller is to be found. Uhe meraVrs of the Hebrew faith have con tributed largely ...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

iLUL auk ryi;F,?.rE-rrs vr t:;s PJ.5T OFFIUH. I '^'^ | ? i^f: ? f! cf|.'-,:,!jT. ! «-:.!=,!, 7 p.m. J / -'-?; ia*-. -: pju. 1 d\y. x~p at. l 1. iij.SjK. I (Wy.s j,_ro. V.-iOT.CK i|MS1''iiIi*'-IJB !T:'i*»--!' «4Sna ^ jl Tlnindny, 3 J^a. tUy.Sjtn. 11:e s'oreTn:^^ Mills arrive at t'ajir d^sti notimas f.)l!i-»s; — _E=ii-j\::E „ Iijily, Saiday excentcil. 10 Tonxnm '»Vf2jL-s.t.-y. 11 a.m.; Satjr DiVTI.^s.- ? Wlaesdsyl ii.i-Kj ; Sstcrdbr, *? P-i'I 'Wau'c-ick . . : TacsJ.iv. 4 p.-:.'; Ssturday . 'lL:a. Nj.Tjorjo .. F-'iljiy, ii'io!^ The fonoiria; HaiU are euntiagvat fur tine 02 tlii a -riifiis i-f t!»: steamers ;'.-i;i«l for \ tLcs^ sueli snangeir-eiits are uir.de as are ] Hi'»t!i':.-ly t.- m^etjwb!:cc»iuv«:aK'nc».viz.: I Marylwmi.zL, (iU.tKt»ne. and R.«rfcbamp- ? ton, evi-ry alturn^te Smuiav or 5i'n- j clay, as noticed ia the liKiij' papere of . - file previous tf±i Jav and ,Satartlir. Nsr Soa'Ji Wid.wasd *Hie other Aiism liaa cilonuu, as oppurtiuiitv o»ts, usually twice a week- Hours of e...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

THE BUBXETT. We have the liurneU Argus to tlie 3rd instant. Tiie Opening of thk MirKENziE Bridge. — Although the races and accompanying auius»mcnts uffurded tiur inlialiitaiits a full week of pleasure and satisfaction, vet we doubt if even tbey will not have to give place to the great amount uf interest tiiat j was exhibited at tlie ojwiiing of this stmc- j turc tlic first Government J»rid«i.- that has ever been completed in die district. Tues day moaning was the time arranged for the ceremony of its inauguration and chri steniug to take place, and »n vssst-jig the sjiot we wcic gratified to find a considerable nuinbi-r of spectators already congregated, whilst gronjis of otliMi; wen; couEtaBtJy antvlug, uutil we should imagine there must bavc ! been lictivceu two and three hundred per- ! sons present. Abort tioon. Dr. Stercnson, who hail kindly sigreed tn conduct the ccrt inony. orrived, iu company with some of oar leading townsmen, in a. carriage driven by Mr. F. Coanolly, which w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

NOTICE. /^OUVTRV Subscribers or Advertisers \^J whose Accounts arc £1 or upwards, will oblige liy an early remittance Xohth AusrsiLiis Office, 1st July, 1ST.2. ~ NOTICE. ? TSTENDIXG Subscribers aiv rcniinde! I tiir-.t the pressut Is t!i-: first issue of this Jntsrnnl for the quarter. Per-was c.-i11in:r at ths «:lice, or Ri'idin; a wrl.tt.ai ?mjor, will liave the paper delivered regularly at their address. Teem; : QrjirtiTlv. in advance .. 9s. Ditto, credit ? 10s. Nokt3 Ai;?TBAi.:\s Office, 1st July, lof.i. KOTIGE. QUiVCnntERS reotivins ? their 'papam M irreinlarly, cither thromrli tho Post Office ».r :fbijin Sautters, will oluij&'by coei mnnicatin£ *t ones with tilt lVMLsher- . NOTICE* H GKVTS for ilils jAnrnnl are informed A. tli.it the Accounts for tlieir Districts are fitrwarilcl ty tbe present mail. Early atrrntion is Tv,ii.estt;d. Lists of new Sub scribe --s slioiil i be forwarded immediately.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

Ejje Ijforij) Australian, QUEEXSUICV GENERAL APrEBTTSEB, IS published on Tcesdat. Tbvbsvat, and ? SvrrHDATC mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest niails TERMS OF SUTOCEITTIOS. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9». ' Per Quarter, credit ? l«s. 1 Single Number ? Gd. The Quarters terminate on the 31«t March, SOth Jane, 30th September, and SlKt Decem not be attended to unless given fn -writing. — ' J -— mfnTu iTIiiiii— — mi ??? mmJig-i' - « date or commencing their subscriptions, mats or iovEimstsG. I. d. Two lines, or under m quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Fonr lines, or under naif an incb ? S 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of aninch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under oue incii ? 3 0 Every additional eight Hoes, tinder an inch ? I 0 TSEMS or DtSCOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 'g cent. 13 „ ? 15 ., 26 „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it ' trill be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly- Advertisements ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

NOTICE. ?pSESOXS IXDE3TED to the Nurtk ,L Australian for SaHseriptions or Adver tising, to the 32th June last, inclusive, r.re respectfully requested to lj i-aomT in tlis settlement of thcL- accounts: Aeent-* -ire nsquusted to make immediate re-nittjoi-os &u£ stjtcmeDte of twrneys ctil lc-*ad on a-want «f tuts 'j^taMLiuiaent. ^Nort'i Anstrilisn - Office, Ipiiich. 21st !Iay. 1S62.

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

?XI3CE 3SrOSXI33EaRNTO3ST3. Bv ttie 'Williams, we arc in possession of Kuckhampton journals to tbe Dth instant, from which we extract as follows ;— Cosgbekati'Ikm. CuciiiM. — ^Thencw Con gi-cgational Church was opened bv services, conducted by the ilcv.E. Griffith «n Sunday, and a tea meeting on Monday. The pio cecds we understand to be over £30. Tcr.TLc. — An immense turtle was causrbt in the Bay on Saturday last, on one of the sand-bauks, and was brought up to town by Jlr. Uertra'Ji. It weighs nearly fonr hundred weight. Tlie turtle and dugong abound in Keppls Bay, and fish of various kinds arc very numerous. Gulu. — Another parcel of gold bas come in from JVak Daunts during the wuek. Tbe bearer is a gold buyer of considerable experience, and we learn from him, that about thirty ounces of gold have been paid to one of tlic squatters on the Downs for rations, and tiiat the diggers (fourteen in number) still buid about forty ounces. Three drays have started from Vaamba with a view t...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

BBISBAxqs. fFaoM ubs ov,s o)iuas-myoEST.'i The prorogation of Parliament has deprived me of a vast and incdiaastibjc fuud froia which t used to draw instruction for your readers, and I am sorry to say that matters ben; arc in a roast distressing condition for tliu local peQuy-s-Uncrs. A. '' monster cah ba^c' last week was quite a. godsend, and dulv figured in Imth jouniaJs. Well, the Parliament certainly teem to believe in a sliort session and a merry one. Of all the jokcn ever porpetratcd in Brisbane parlia mentary ^ovcrninfint, as it is there to lie £tndica\ is one of the greatest. Onr session lias lieen. I belinvc, about six works in longth; during that time gr«;at constitu tional alterations have been attempted and rejected, ami tlie Colonial Secretary is ' as be «ras.' SeJilil, tcieruumqlte seJAit. It is stated that he is going home, and will in his absence leave the reins in the bands of your representative, Sacalistcr, who, as you no d«ulit have seen by the papers, was stuck ...

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MONDAY, JULY 9. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

M0SD4Y, JCLV 9. Before the Police Marfstrare. John Toole, convicted of drunkenness and disorder]; conduct in the School of Aits, oathe evening of tlie previous Saturday, was fined forty shillings, with the alterua ti v«vojf^oj^'^ei^lifc iionrs ia die cells. Basno'imi' '£?-.'- 18tb. R. H. Drury and George Tborn. Esqs. ; 23nd, C L. D. FatMrinianiG. H. Wilson, Esqs.; 25^1, F. A. Forbes and J. P. BJ1, Esus.; 29th, B.Cribb and G. Thorn, Ksqs. August 1st, G. Faircloth and H. Challioor. Es^b.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

IPS'.VICH POLICE COUBT. SiTL'unAT. Jixv 12. There was no business before the Court this luorning.

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THE QUEENSLAND MAGAZINE. A Monthly Periodical of Literature. Science, and Art, No. 1, price. 1s., Brisbane, E. Cregory, "Courier" Office 5th July. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

THE QrKESSL.VM- MAGAZ1ST3-. A ilaiilhly IVriodkul of Literature. Sdnia, and Art, Kb. I, price, Is_ Ilritbcue, E Urtgo/y, '* Courier ™ Office. 5th July. \\~-: received, with considcrsMe satisfaction, tin: First Xumber of this j)ej;'«!:-a!, aud have spent a pleasant hour or two in a - persual of its uontents. The novelty ol a local JLi^azLuc made «p a large proiH»rtion of our gratificiitio.i : for we were not so exacting as to expect a higiily finished collection of articles and talus in £a Atst number of a periodical, in a. colony where si similar publication liad not before appeared. Some of the articles exceeded our ex pectations, anil contain internal evidence of talttit and fitness f»r the work. The new Mxgazinc k- produced under the joint 'editorship of Messrs. T. P. Pugb. and U. 11. Hall, both favorably kuuw n to the puliiic as the editors uf Queensland journals and svritcrs of merit. The first nuurber contains : — Our l'»i-iv, Quccnslauil, \Vho did tbe Murder? the sstcckmau's ...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

©|c ftoifb §nstralb». frsirwn, Tuesday, jclyis. isc2. A-ke\-ievv of th-3 recent session of tbe Parliameat of Queensland Buggests laatsrial for much speculation as to Iiow far a small eanimunity, snbjeet to a. dominant interest, can fcrnkb tbe requisites for carrying out in its fo tiretj- the constitutional form of Oo vera-;ient. At no previous stage of our j exUience as a colony did the will of Parliament run so far counter to the will of the people as duriug tbe part session, and in no former session did the Exoiritive admit so uninistakeahly tiiat instead of beia;» the leaders of a compact well orsanised party, united by commiu priuiaples, that they wore in fact a band of irresponsible officials, actius wjthoat concert, and dependent for their j-ower on an atcidenUil and unconstitutional discrepancy I-etweca the vrishys and the poiyer of the iw.-ij.lc. To the partial existence of the doc trine, ur^ed by the Colonial Secretary in intnxlucin.2 his Electoral Reform flag ba^is fjr'cir...

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