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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYM ENTS. TRA?ALQOx.--H. Hamptoi. n. ingfonrd, D. Russell. C. Murray. F. Neale, J. Rerming ham, Sykes, Harkin, Trnaalgon Shire Conn cil, W\'xllhonsce, 1Moc .Sechanics, Institute, C. H. Williams. W. HI. Godwoin. - RnSEAl.E.-- W..,11.. Spencer, T. Feely. R. Piera, W Ashton. MORWE.=L.-1. Ha4lhorple. J. ,. Attwnod, A. Davey. G. .Milne. W. Tullh:h, Appleton and Martin, C. P. NindE. J. Rox.. GRANTS. T. Copeland, G. Firmin (1). W. Gould, F. Handley, Rev. P. Mercer and others, J. A. Ndlenhousehe (2). Thon Needham(4), E Scarlctt (2). W. Scarlett. J. Mansfield, 11. M. Durhamn, F. W. Maples,m. J. Campbell. J. Brooks, ]ermingham and another. C. Stammers, S. New-man, W. B. Fergnson, 11, Ilinstan. T. Greaves. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, (. Dare. P. Gorman. J. Genal. W. Hard, J. . . Heesom, Walter. .larstin. L. Mlarstin,. W.loor. Ir . Riggall, l . L. Simmons, J. Shiclls, P. Whelan (3). J. Shiells, G. Whalley, senr.. J. Howanl ii. Kjergannl. T. Shanahan. W. ,rm...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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DEATH OF MR. HUGH LENNON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

DEATH OF MR. HUGH LENNON. The intelligence of the death f . Hugh LTnnon, one of tlh fore,. agr~iculturnl implcment manuufacturcr in the southern heImisppher, will 1 received with surprise, and µill occasion much regret amongst a far, number of colonists. Mr. L. ,eo, i .r1 a man who appeared to enjoy rotld health, but about a week ago he w0 seized with a severe affection of the liver, and was attended by the famnil medical attendant, Dr. Tunler, ane subsequently Dr. Fitzgerald was 5als called in. No serious symptols were at first manifested, but during the la? day or so Mr. Loenmms coditi, caused much alarm to his friends, anl he gradually sank until about six o'clock on Thursday evening, when Ih expired. Mr. Lennon was born about the year 1834, in the County Arnagu, Ireland, but when very young his family migrated to the western part of Scotland, and whilst they were living there he was apprenticed to the celr brated firm of plough makers, Mlen? R. Gray and Sons, of Uddingstot. Here...

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MIRBOO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

MIRBOO. [From a correspondent.] A public meeting was held at W. D. Findlay's residence on the Tarwin River, on Friday, 23rd July, to con sider the proposal of the Railway Commissioners to limit the firstcontract of the Great Southern Railway to Sfifty miles, W. D. Findlay in the chair. The meeting was well attended. the whole of the selectors about Tarwin River, Stoney Creek, Miardan, Neerena, Dumbalk And other places being present. Strong protests were offered against the proposed limitation of the line, and after considerable discussion the following resolutions were carried unanimously : 1. "That this meeting having learnt thro, gh the public press that it is contemplated by the Railway Com missioners to timit the first section of the Great Southern Railway to a fifty maile contract, anid believing that over seventy miles of this line have been permanently surveyed, it is respectfully requested that tenders be called for the whole of the permanent survey." 2. " That in the opinio...

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THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

THE BUDGET. " The following items are among the es timates forthe year 1886-87 -_ Reconstruction of the Thomson River bridge, Walhalla-ioad : (re-vote) L3000 Avon shire : To assist in corn pleting road leading to jetty at - Lake Victorii, council to ox pend L70 additional 70 Alberton shire: To assist in form-. ing and metalling main roads between Tarmaville and Port Albert, and from Alberton bridge to Gellion's corner, council to expend L1000 addi tional 500 Traralgon Shire : To assist in improving the rond from shire boundary,near Bloolara railway station, to Mirboo, at Gold smith's, council to expend L300 additional 300 Walhalla shire. To assist in exo cuting various works in terri tory recently annexed and not previously included n any mu niciality . °2000. d In time of need.--" Well, old fellow, it's' ' all settled. I am going to be married in two months. Yoe will be one of the witnesses, I hope ?" "Count. uponl me. I never desert a friend in misfortunie.- I "atris Wit."

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By wire: From our correspondent.] Monday evening. James M'Girty was charged at the Fitzroy court to day with refusing to sell a sample of milk to Inspector Easey. The bench inflicted a fine of £10 with £5 5s costs. Notice of ap peal was given. Dr. Fitzgerald refuses to act in the Melbourne Hospital, and says that the proper thing to do with it would be to put a match to it and burn it to the grund. A proposition is on foot to erect a statue to Mr Gladstone in Dublin. It is also proposed in America to organise a testimonial to Mr Gladstone. Mr Railway Commissioner Ford is still unfortunately so indisposed to he unable to attend at his office, although it was hoped that he would be able to resume duty to-day. Several days will probaibly still elapse before Mr Ford can again take up the work of his office. Opal was to-day scratched for the Melbourne Cup. Several bookmakers were fined £3 apiece at the District Court to-day for loitering on the footpath at Bowes's T...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY. JULY 27, 1886. IN SPRING-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

"-MODERATE. RUT PROGRESSIVE.Y' (Published every Tuesdaly Frilday morning.) TUESDAY. JULY 27. 1896. IN SPRING-STREET. Mn. GILLIEs does not shine as a budget expositor. He is without a peer in the country as a delbater,- but has not learned the art of clothing figures and statistics in the garments of elegant and popular phraseology. Both Sil GRAAM BERRYnn and Mr. SERvlcE were able to command the close attention of honorable members whilst they presented the national balance sheet for the year, and could even surround it with a halo of interest. But the Premier, though his budget speech reads compact, andl coherent, had to contend against a. somewhat listless attention on the part of the House, which was intensified by the plethora of departmental quotations with which his utterance was inter speised." However, . notwithstanding these ? manifest disadvantages, M1r. GILLmss succeeded in imprdssing honor able members with the" pleasing sttis faction that on the whole, the financial posi...

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SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER I.—ROBERT SILCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

SMI SILOHESTER, -----,-- AS AUSTRALTAN STORY,* BY NOR)MAN WAKEFIELD. Cu.SrPTEt I.-RonnT SILCIIESTEIt. In the west of Yorkshire, England, thenr .till stands, as some of my readers m;y know, a substantiid looking ihuihlin known as Silchester Hall. This had bIen the homne of the Silclles ters for about one hundred and fifty vear. up to the time my story begins, ;,r whihli time a change took place, wh l h. for gotol or ill, caused a sever aur" of all the ties which for so many e:ua had hIound the Silchester f:umily to the ohl home. In the year 1832, the date a? which lmy story begins. ti:.re were buit two representatives of the ohl f:mily at the Hall, Robert .iihl.ester an1 his motlher. Squire .Silchester had been killed about four -.aI?r lteriOlns when out ill the hunt. t - ha1,ppened that the horse on which the sq.uire was nmounted, failing to rise prolerly at a high jump, fell and pitched his rider, a stout and heavi man, on to his head, causring concssion of the hrain,'from which -t...

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ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

ANTARCTIC EXPLORA TION. A meeting of the Antarctic Explora I tion Committee, formed conjointly from the Royal and Geograplicdl Societies, met in the Melbourne Town SHall on Thursday, Captain Pascoe in the chair. MIr Coutts Trotter, F.R.G.S., of England and Scotlndu, and Captain Sunman, of the Russian Navy, a navigator in the North Polsr regions, were present by invitations, I and assisted by their advice and sug L gestions. After discussion it was resolved, on the motion of Mr II. L.J. r Ellory, seconded by Professor hernot. . that a letter be sent to the G(eogrcphi I cal section of the British Association, who have moved in the matter Ire , viously, informing them of the .teps that had been taken, and to inquire Sin what direction the counnittee cia assist in Antartic exploration. That a communication be forwarded to Invercargill, with a view to ascertain ing -whether any sailors or whalers I have proceeded from New Zealand Libelow 50 deg. south latitude; and that the inquiries of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

TOWVN DIRiECTOR-Y. 11X?..LGO.-N iett?.e?vren mi les 'rItm - elhbiurne, on the malin t;Gip?.d tice. ,,t the junction of the IHefrtiell lne. Shire Councit.-P?sidhu,. J. P'et-rkin Esq. Cua?cilloe, .1\.rs i;. i,n, n I) Campbell. I. Ilseld; lilhcmb, Kclhher. Forsfth, Mill, and Vobney: Shire ecrrtaory red Engineer, tMr Jome, Campbell; llhte **ell:s're"urer.J.1l. Hted, a?a.;L.rr ,If lnk ofAusfralnrsi: Health ,,fli ?r. Dr l., nitg.mery Inp, ctor useu ets. Const'rle'r O' iluoighu-: the- Cwuncil alo acI -. a if 1col e iard ot IHralth. nod mee.t for bu oiie.bs on the econi Wednesday in the month at I I a nm. - ."Lw - -'ohl o 11.gist·ate, A. W . H] wit,. E.q. who hold. courts the i .urth Wedrta deI in every month, the Ju.tceC of tre Peace presiding the second Wolncsxty,at 10a.m.; clerk of Court. and alse I.l'ctoral -]Registrar, Mr Charle, Du .Ve JuN-twes of the Puace, orse, J. Petcrkin. UIr .or:isoe }. Young, W. Whitakeo a. i. Ilickay, and J. Sykec.. . Solicitor.--R. B. Ferjeant, Ncville's hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

Wanted. WTANTED npprentices to the dress S making, apply to J. SANDS, Frauklin.street. "TTANTED.-An Intelligent La-l to learn . the P'rinting. Apply at once Record Office. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE, very cheap, 200 acre FARM, .- within four miles of Traralmn. well improvcd,and about £200 worth of Wattle Iark and Redgtum timber on the land. Ap ply ALBIERI' WHVITNEY. Estate Agent, Traralgon. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES, .HIRUlBS, ,c, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. W. LUXFORD, Seldsmnan. Franklin-street, Tramlgon FOR SALE-A light waggonette cheapI' apply to . J. SANDS, Trnrn;gon. ~it SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Gar. . den Palings and broad Palings in any quantity. - FRUIT TIREES in anvlquantity for sale from Cole's Nursery, at Melbourne prices. Apply to C. STEADMAN. Traralgon. FOR SALE.--Waste Paper. -Cheap. Apply-Record Office. TO LTT- With immediate pohstmsion, Cottage with 7 rooms. centre of town ship. MARRIAGE, ORtR & CO. TO T.LT-Splendid Prick Shop, Franklin Street 22 x ISft., w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

-. S? Auctions. lW.IRRIAGE,, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, '1OCK AND IAND Ai(;i:NS, ITOLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK 1 . ,in their vants at ýTLRRAf GON FosarrosiTL •MOP.WELL - • , A TOO'\GAI'IE x l F TI-AF'A!itG t M.oiTn.L" NARItACAN Per our At I i.llO Advcntisements CLEARING OUT anid .other SALES-pro perly put.t through. Nntionaldof NewZealand. Fire Insurance Co Colhmial Mutual Fireand Life ItluranceCo. -.'ew-York.J.if. Insurance. o. e?\e Zealand Mercantile Agency. Co. 'LOANS n'Sntfatcdt: nd VALUATIONS Smule. 11EAD OFFICE-TRARAIA N. TRARALGON. MON. JULY 26. M %IRRIAGE. O, R. S CO., rill sell for 1 various owners 12 Fat Iullocks and Cows.. . 4.5 2 to 3 yeanr hl atces-... - - .. 25 ymung Hfifers (,'od condition) 100 Heald mixdtl Cattle '- I .. 20 P.'igs toncs and ilips 2 Teams (S to 10 inch) Workers, with Tacklihng complete. . Also, On ucecoint of Win. 3loore. Esq. I magnificent Pony Phmoton (hooded) TRAILALGON, MONDAY, JULY 26. Mi A'CTAT(FI., ORR x CO. are favored l -ith i instructions ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

-NOTE THE cFLAG! FEIL&HiEN ELD DB ROS "r ?'AFi'T!?2,N STREET; R::- T-ARALGON., THiE COLONIAL BANK IS NEXT ! GREAT.: CASH CLEARING OF - DRAPERY, CLOTHING &C. Messrs F.B. beg to thank the inhabitants of Traralgon, M3orwell, Flynn's Creek, Glengarry, Callignee and district for the fair support they have re ceived so far duririg.their Clearing Sale. . Every buyer was more than pleased with the Extraordinary :Value and Sterling Quality of our Goods. To further encourage the public to patronise us, we have decided on still greater reductions, for instance Norrockses' Long Cloth, 36in. wide-- Winceys, splendid width, 4s 3d doz. A 3s Gd per dozedn Brown Hlolland, pure linen,4s Gd doz. B 4s 4d per dozen I French Cachemrirs, 10l.d per yard. • H 5s per dozen White Blankets, splendid width, Men's Shirts, from Is Sd eachl large size, is 9d per pair. ,. Undershirts, from Is 11id White Turkish Towels, 8d each. Woo. Socks j Black Velveteens, 10.id per yard. ,, Coloredcloles, heavy s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

BIRTH. CAMPBELL.-At Traralgon Park, Traralgon on the 23rd July, the wife of Dugald Campbell .-a son.      

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday-evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

[By Wire.--F a o Coreaondent. At lbourne, Thursdy-e n - At about 13 o'clock' tom....-'...h ; going.;th'rfols.-the -,t~di st>*isi th$ .Bull mid Mouth'hotei, 'ioe of the' set vants discovtra-thJe-dei 'ily@ of a' youn.- mn named Frank uillarton '.ho, it acppmr' egisged the rbinuliite last ni-'hit:-' 'A letter was 'foýadi oflth" dressin * table 4ddresoed to Captain Fullarton satting thilt ?io w'astired of his life. It is supposed he killcd hiin *self ';y injecting anuumouina 'iinto his vejns. '- .-.; ' . fie f llomiiig hotelkeepcrswere nwi fined L5- Qr. .ndn' radi:-l.i O dNill,: Prihnc- Alf:ed. Hotel, Ric inond ;, Ctlieriio,Clancv, Union lub' Hotel, BrunTswiik-street ; Mantilda Joflries, Court-ouse. JIotel, Colling 'ood; B1. iiiIith,- Ciil &Service I Hotel, Fitzroy.. It is stated that in consequenA of thie m?ere' Weather wffch lihas beenicx inErieicld ti Labrador, 3500 Indians and Esquimaux havqli pprisl)el "froim cold and bun- er. An immense snow block. furtherimdanc1ecs ..t...

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MINING NOTES. LONG TUNNEL EXTENDED G.M. Co. Walhalla, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

SMINING NOTES; LONG. TUNNEL EXTENDED G.YM.C0 .. . -Walhalla, Thiisdaan. TTho main shaft has been sunuk 6 feet duning hie preek, total 42 ifeot, and :tinbeeld ,p.. J lortl1 face ihas leeir dren : feet,:total 246.feet i, le'reef kIeeps solid and conlýet,?earrvi i- Ti galc:i.ald tei.t1Ui?s ii y 'rl5 feet tlick. 1.Lb 5tqpsis kbuve this tlev b are lookinig well. o o8 stopaas" r al. yieldig. iEoad cui~lity fossij : , lihe iiiterircdinat stopes abtie'No: " ]e)el. nic bloasin' as?-well:as usual, and are gradually c1_ tending.' o. . s?uth level /hals leen .drimji ?feiet,tdtn.ull=feet. The f0i ce sllows nbiit J ft. of ites, but no gold :et., Tho!mb.at tmlaj,, tOlist*AitlJ crilslh iug iu the iLsuiLsilU r .er, and, .tlie re, ?ults satisffetori-

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

COMIIERCIAL. TRI?IALGO ` MARKETS. . Messrs. Maarriage, Oir & Co. report: At Trarlgon; IMonday, 24th inst. ismall se:plv of cattle forward, general tonio of miarket, and demand better for bloth fat and store stoik. NexZ sales :-;Morwelj, lMonday S2nd; Toongabbie. Wednesday, 4th; Trrnalg,n horse sale, Thur?eday, 5th A. Whitevy reports having sold allot ments in Bet Venue estate at the rate of .13; per acre.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, 28th July. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

-MELBOURNE MARlKETS. W.ednesday, 38th July. Fat Caltle.--s10 head wwre yarded, which is the smallest supply that bns come forward far some time; consequently competition was very brisk throughout, and the prices realised show an adiance of fnlly 201 per head op.l.st week's rites, and?in some instances, where prime pens ere offering, the rise in value was con sderbly m,?. e .Prifne ipens of bullocks sdH at from n 15 to £19 5s, according to e:igit ; dd l?e.ns,' to £23 ; good do., from" f13 to £114 : ecod do., from £9 10s 'to 1ll 10,; inferior, from £6.10s; prum: nens ecows, from ill to 15 15s, ncdrdi ing to weight; good do, from £9 to £10 ; tnid, i,?g and inferior, from £5. Messrs ILd. Campbell and (i. sold 36 bullocks for the [Hon W PI'airsm, Kilmauy-park, to £lS. averargln £1' 18s 6d'; 10 bullocks for Ir R J. Crooke, the IIoley Plains, to £13s, averaging £11 17s Gd; 19 bulloclo fraMr J. W. "S?-~in, tlhe Ridge,- to ,li 0ls, averaging £11; 10 bullocks forMr A. Si.0wm?in, Cairnbrook, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. f3saiL ror-.-Ninrtv-rvern miles from Melbourne, ,n the main Gipplnard lic.e, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council.-Presnienr, J. Peterkin tEsq., C.uncillorw, Mesrs G. Ihninn I) Campbell. 11. Breid, Bodvcomh, Kell. her. FVrsyth, M:Il, aid Varney: Shire Secretary and Engineer, MIr Jnmes Campbell; liate Collector, Works Inec..r, Sc, aeF. l'Kin mell; Tresrure.;.3, I. tered, manager "-f Bnk Inspector N~unisnre Crnstarr,. O' i)ono.l.u; the Comefri il.b sitdn. as: I.orl Hliard of IIealth, and meet for bu-inese on theaecond Wedr.ends iv i:hi hlonth at II a.m. L a:" ." " l ce '3 ?g ut ea t , A . W ." I -r n , ii ,. E.q, wis hlll'hd?l urts the f iurth Wedni as d v in tvice~if ontlh, tie. Joitcr 0. oithe Pe ripreidi:ng ran i.e ccnd W\trednFelay,as 1Oa.m.; rlerk rtf Coirt, an.l al- thltcmral R-gistrc.i Mr'Ch r!cee Du Vo ; Jn.tieas ,t tbiePrance, Mesre r ' Pet:rkin1 Dr Morisonr t. Young. W. Whiuakr- 3, . i'MH.kay, aand J. Sylkes. SoSlicitora-H.R B. .erjent, NSevill...

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THE SUICIDE OF THE KING OF BAVARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

THE SUICIDE OF THE-KING. ]fqg.f I si r a are. very.:distre sing. After his depositioi xfrotWhe- t ro:o on the- oxinr 'Mqhi-iinit, anJ th iaptpointlment ,of b:Prince' Luitfol regent, the fallen- IJtsig was 6B. short railnway journey from ?M nich accompanied--by Dr Guden an his peciial suedical attencidant ?.Ahl day ong tl'in gr kigasiete vi eryC qinet At 6 ~in.the evening e wpnt n-r a walJE ~ ith:his'phyiaici-an, Preiviously ottl rigj supper for eight o'clock. Sh rtly ,frc wards the $er Lifts followin" n:~l r disniirised . tihe ýking's request, trhe doctor assenting. eAt half-past ai?, as neither?tli~ -iing nor the docto4 had retsinredi;]mir d"-was' fet.inl :tds "ht was inadelisi all:dirdetions, and ore long both bodies,were found near ach other ,in ~lb?iit six "feet • of twer. Traces were found of a very s vere struggle between them, the .do9tor's $ngela-alj's-re-oke,, an-?,,, ÷ If h. d l much torn and scratched. Also, fdain tie. marksn, his tlnrt it seems prro nble tihe unhappy man...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 July 1886

Si SAM SILCESTEp cl d AN AUSTRAIALN STOkY,* sft B ne NORMAN WAKEFIELD. se If . Ci-l-Ir I.-(Continued.)' in ROBErr SILor?STRa. Ti This proposal was not altogether ) "neqiectedi.to her, $nidthloughshl lhad d a deep .rc:rd foqi .tbe'unrateq" ie'llhad r in her -heart of hearts a somewhat ig deeper for someone else. The someone - elso was the owiier of-Silchester Hall, il but. he'Iad. never,. in the slightest edegree, hinted that he would like to he d her husband. He. had never shown that he cared for her one iotaniorethan She cared for any of the young ladies of his acquantance. Did he care foi her i Sh feared aot;, Would he eve~ care .more. for hoeri A"?in' there was a S doibt. -Dd shio care for. imm i Ah Sthere was no doubt about that. Why was it not lie who was-by her side niow Spleading soai?rlently T 'hese thoughts ran through her mindass hesatsilentlv .bythe curate, listeing t' his t.le' of S.love, .with her, face slightly, averted, alid her head slightly droop.ied. I She did not ...

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