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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

Ik17e Edtitor of thse alifnero' Advocate.) 81n,-In ou:r lItst two issuaes you lusve rcfelred, i1 your usual amlnl vely forcible mjaulner, to tile way in which the (;overmu enst iropoae to cut up this elee torate, sald calling on tile ninclr to aLrouse from their plcuenL statet of letlargsy, andl take prompt actiOsn ihi defellding tlheh interosts; you also call tile attention of the miiers to the 'letter of MIr. Johnl WVood on the h ame subject. I feel myIsetl, and I son urle thle lminers iso a body are, modt certlllily under a grear obligation to you for use very able nmasler in which you atlvocate our riglhtls, Lcd lpcristently issist on ts fullillilng our duties to ouroclves ; but I can scarcely reconcile myself to tluh action of M1". John W'oodl on thle qutcliol at issui. Ilia ideal on the division 5sf the uleolonlte is 1.sery gcudl, is tIlie suggestion thatt imecetings be hhell at the varioui places is very goodjLtoo, but tlhe case being uso of emergency 1 thiukM'r. Jotlhs ? Wso...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

Latest DLMstr ict U elws S(FOM OUR VARIOUS CORRKSPONDENT.) LAMBTON. EvInY~HIr iNo is dull here this week, as the' pit has only worked one: half shift up to date. The reason assigned for the pit being idle is that they are unable to remove the ships in the harbour on account of the swell, but as the weather. seems to have clenied up a little it is to be hoped, that we will get. to work soon. , I have to report rather a curious robbery at this .olliery.' .' It dppears'that when .the engine-man went into the engine-house on Tesday morning he very naturally looked at the clack; but lo ! the clock was gone, it had disappeared,/and;he. was consequently knocked out of time; he then began to en quire if.'any one had removed the clock to get it repaired, as it had not kept good time recently, but no one seemed to know any thing about it. The fact'is'that the clock lhas been stolen, and 'livwhobioi no one can tell, but' the pdliceman is on the lookout. I have been informed by the ,manager tha...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WALLSEND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

~l41If~11 MU~,~1'i~J1raJSUOUNCiL. .. (SH ;IFth /orf~ i thleVIners' 4dlokcute). . Slli~;i Is ,to brrogr'etted that :the proceedings of.thlfirstfornial busiiess mueetiug of the Vallsendl Municiil Council should .have been disfigured b·y such irrogularities as those which ceharacteriiedl thom-if a reiort wirhilch ajiphired in your journal is a faithful recorld of its p'rocedlro '-'lose Irrego. laritics were rciuttered still .qore iept?siuuous andl dep1Ciu t bh1 il tg?t i!" hyill h iug ioirii mio l with the ~ayor, who, tlliC ~ut' ilr iice,&. WaIs esilt~y lSuii. ing the fuuotii'is hf tlhe'WhlibTh Cuufi~ir iliicsliiui on hlis' 6wvi mere motibo' '~ Plioiijt pp cl?&i'?of tern., and hihally, in his ollhii4 "eap r ty1 rrsohiug ta vote of f tlri'1 Ilie hMiniis ,l l q at I!o uroiiii~ w1~sllt viola tono noY;'·l ordr mefl rll ea afll l'lpresenta tive eld deliberatiyve hlolis, nll umitttlag a speech ill Lre ponseO flrom " a strauger in the House."o Iteally, a reported, thtese prooc...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

:,ITUN10IPAL P1OCEED?NGS, The Couincil met onu.Tuesday last. ~jre sent -Th-i Mayor, Aldormen $ceans; aut, )Dainty, Jones IlnddLk, Glbili, d'd3ew, isand Green. The minutes of. the previous meeting were cbnrifirmed;-. .-.i TIOvorseei's (M r; J.-Campbell'se) report was then read :- .To: His Worship the Meayor and Aldermen of Lambton.-Gentle men,-Havico and myself are stumping and clearing Hill-street, north Lambton. Evans isain the quarry getting herb and gntterinug stponp for the tipper part of Grainger-strest. 5 would like ~pilp obfyo' ge.?natf. e to ppt tlhree pegs in that pdrt of Graingor-street before the work is commenced as starting pointlsi;.. also, I wishl to be supplied with working specifcation, written for amy guidance for qll work!." The Mayor ther. laid thlp followlng nminiute on the tabnhle, whidh.w~ns receied :-" That tl)p 3rd Clausenof my report as now obp the' taile be adopted, via., that a log brige'be erected above tile present bridge in Hill-lstreet, north Lambton,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SPORTS FOR QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

SPOlTl'S FOR QJUEEN'S IIILTHDA Y. (To tha ,&ilor of 1/'i A?in,,?e' Adocate-) Silt,-I have not hoard of any prelarationfi being umade for 0omi o harmless sports at T~VallsenOl, oil Queeln's Birthday, aud I hope some of our entorpris 'ing townsmen will bestir themselves to provide aniusements for the people without letting them ,have to go to Newveastle to seek it. Judglig from the past experionco. I iam quite, sure if a few f the loaliing menmin W\allsend take the mattcr up, they will carry it out to a stCOMessful isnoe, and give entire natisfaction to both l old ol and young. No doubt there will bo horse racing on that day. in Newcastle, but its a miserable place for adults, and totally unlit for children ; besides in addition to all this the charge for admittaneo'to thel'cdurse is a erfeect im >liosition, nnd the races oughbt not to lbe lati'onisedi by iny one who has a regard for justiuc. 'J'lien .again; Mr. E ditor, if-any one goes tlhere withi the "idea that they will...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

NEWCAST] LE SHIPPING. YVSSELS TOADING AND TO LOAD. 1k, ibalijee, 41 1, IrVil ne Kiowsl y nll sh11 ip, Ja&~%k , 1773; loading ~WValls " end " " iii IvislL'ornl, Nosaegiao ne, ,44, lRodri I ing. ItOL ltshi],,720, B-aier on loafng Warsahi iab'4 b ' lr j Elc.twi , A.0.eri?L1 ? s?o 1- Agr.a ilh,,, I!M ' 9511 to lo lj: l' 1ahlsfid "" Annio, blu,'qi ,. .1:17, Tihl; Loading Viaratah Luzonr, rlsioi, 4'00 ,uarleti : to load Lnambton Clodinu, larque, t. ( Gniutonl; to load New Liimb Ston lccault, ship, 853, Robinson Mclii uiione,: ship, 14,39 Christianonu ; to load Lizzie lsredle, Ibarque, 6123, I)awson; to load .-Lambton Lane; to~r ma Ella G lasto .c, Ir, Lae; .to load T4iAmbtonI. Qt.en' of the Agt?, ship, 757;', 8Ufnlkioiiiy Ild l Bi SovCri , sIipi, 1 ° t8:1 ille: n d Andeinl . Crck . . Knight of Snowdon, ship, 6.5(, Ridhardson ; to load \ailsend . ... " C. ~oql uln Vsllv'e, IreloLchuc hiro 1jeIces Bte:sitifefl Str hi 6, Biltciir: to loIla Co opoa~tivo -- *4: WVals ijiecss, ssilm, 8o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

" .. . ·.'S e , · _ .., · . I FYiEErOLD, in Brook?h' . t.uwsbip, Walls. end, tbcprope.*rty of Mr. (rCiia LrIE' CnEVE LEdkD, wiolbSilcaving thie di•trict, SC.Conslisting io A S II o P, Withl Fittine, 4 Rooms ati Kitchen, 1?ire Place with Bb;?ind~ a~ lendid Tank of walter, .*stall Stable,_ lan a ad, Outhouscs, Paddock, &c., &c. ./ ~ _ oT. ERli ALLOT.M .ENT9. Apply, on the. Premisces, or at,,, his Store in La ..bton. , .,- " 17i . .. . ... .~ . - · ° r. · . · · · Victoriate .;lit-A: ia Genral Iiisu. Sidice Coinpanyay ,Savin s lin CAPITAL,' TWVO 3MIL , N ( 000, 00) Studing. VTIHE uidersigned een appoibtcd AGENT I fIo frthi Cais ny for tho.?ortlinmnbolaudi i District, iear to accept~ Pa~is on echalf of the comifipiy at' th west.currint ran it nt it Forms of .piliation an?d all other informatioi may.be obtained on applcatioit to " " w. . . JONSON ' . • Post; OUffice: Storesi,. 7 I 300.,; \aiVsenid. OAN4~iPX SEED. (X NA]IY SE !D To "Bird F ahngidr (9I~¶ tllorgt .. LoW rFaid...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

DUNCAN.soN-HtOWEL..-On the 5th' May, at the rosidencu of' ~e father of "tho bride, by the Rev. C. . Mood, Mr. ",ILL.IAM DU\CANSON, of "Vallsond, to ELIZABETHu , oldest daughter of S lr. David Howoll, of P'lattsburg, W\allsend. " Alloa Adver/.ier please copy. r " 309 DEaATH. ; ... . DIF.P .at Plattsbur,, "Vallsend, on fhe 16t of April, alt th residence of' his "son-i-law, John M'Donald, T'Io~as \VATE,- brickly.r, aged 64.; Sydney papers please copy. * ' 314 A o01 "I TUMJlrEIRLAN D 1RECORDER. SATURDAY, MAY, ,. 1874. " *,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Th ].l~:IOAD QOL'ESTION,' L&xI~b'T~;j y~kCr~;l~i ~' W. S. "-1l~orgo tof cicloee your'nanme.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

Otrigiinatl (orrcs pout bclcc. I LcLjitW "e (litliikcly LCderstood thatLL we do ijot. ideznti" ou?ri(el. s withL thle ul piliols exLressscd by *ur corrcls?jlonelCtlll. All coLmlLmuliictionls rlust IIhaLvu tihe us?ucs tll . ddrtleces! of the writers aIttOcheIl, ULLot ILcesSUrily for piilll icl tijOi, but. ada gII:LLuaLnLtee of yrood fuith.J

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

TIll; .A Ur1i'TK.LIA. OIN.M ,N'. 'o 'u essrs. E. Row and Co., Sydnioy.-Dear Sirs, I havo grant )leasuro in beariiil testimony to the cuiative qualities of tho Austrahan Ointment-mny eldest daughter was suffering from u a bad knee, caused b/ a fall, which had ouolhinld hor to .lm wofa for some tiliie. I wias rcouiieiilcudtl to try yonrt Uilitmnilt, and1 in gliil to sa:y that in four dlays shl;l wats ruIuininij ablit" again.-E. T. P1J:NroLU, 398, Ceuol'gc?-strteet.--Adi/,/. . l'o tui|e .lolic?al P* M isEioh WT NTED, a DIIlr QUJ .IFIED AMEDICAT ' VL:AuT~I I olrr the irefa Colliery. For particuhlars, xx~t xi, undersigndl. Appli eations to be sent xin bx re the 20th day of Many xxiiit, snriasexig t, ensA. SHIEDDOF, . ' r .-cdretary. (retit , Aprlil :iOti, 187.. 294 'I'e M Hultnte 4 nFtinetdiaelt y. IF'I "I4 ND h (l are invitol " tthd iinaiediato J. ITIL ~I; NG OF AN O] 1 CI. abol;'t 40 foot. loxi, amid 30 f?6 wide, wxith ltwo small rooms 10 x 8 li front, J J Iifornsath can be xbtxainedx ...

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THE WEATHER AND ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

'rl1 WitATi'HiIt AID ,.OADH. ISince Thurdday mnornioin we haIve liuil an agrl'el.en change fortlie better jil'tle istajt of thie welither. Laslt Sunday' wis?l O'e Of theiO wettest anld IroughestH dayi- we remembel r havinlg experienced for umany 'yearts iast bil. tile IMolltlltiyll 'JI'Tuesldy followingll were very 'lue. Wedllcesdna;y. however,' w let algall inut it clearledl upi7 ,llil a 'n hurdtily aIl.d ,".er. day (Friday) weie like beautiful sjling (lays. T'lile rumlas, in l?conlSFcqltllCece of tie ? clt, nltl yC, ii ?liaily ulances, thorotigllly, impnassabllc, al tll tllue rniul street, bletwn?l ndl.?above out' ofie, 'it is ino "ne1 tllin? to see telrms'nd. 'CasL, stLuck fasti in tle .sloughi'of despond fou tlut ~'iimes a dlay. ILow long tlit isllte of thi ~g? l inud it is lhard to s:y,. blt we wish Qur ?LIin to r e yrrorks anll JL cWv ottl sCiczblrs- 0 r?n?h ilinit Iatud occcasion to trmrvel theoloist-h itt ·ei" s~itkcalnld~V Watllscnd as frequellntly as' we have, ntllek " trl...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. W'nfJLSE~.'NDi AN PLA~TrSI3U~tG. oi~lier collieriesr iiilbj dlr~tisriet. 8inej our Ilul. ieroeu WYailsend haru worked ·tub' four dalifte,' andl thle Cuo SopeFRaivc~oruly., darre ~luif hi (olrn daiy nnld a Iallf);

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ROAD BETWEEN DARK CREEK AND WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

HOAD flWVW1VN DXTdKI ( IIOREK A±ND 1VALLSIENOI. WXe arro j.ula to learn thalt the contractor for the .iiakizngof this road hrs coouniceidef to clear rni'ay the timbor at Flat Oreek, icpirat;ory to the ercctioni of a bridge. This is a step in the right direction, Ia the greater part of the roatd at present ii quito implassaLbli*. -

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WALLSEND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

,W lraIhUN PIRELsHYTERLIFAN\ UIIc(UL. A cozuuniulu.ictzon hias Ijeeni received\fromu the r1ev. Dr. M"Gibbon initimatizg that ha h:l intcn.h d to bo in Tailisend last week, and to of1ith!te in the Pruesyterian Church last Sahbath, hut hat he was seizod with an attack of rheumatic fever;,y w;h- ci he is etill laid jirieitrate. He is, therefore, stil dlelaycd, and ihe expresses strongly his own disap poiuntmnlu t anudhis regrebt it the delay, thus caused.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

AIflNERS' MEETIN?G' The usual fortnightly" committee meeting of the Waratah miners was held at Mr. David Jeenkins' Prince of Wales Hotel,'on Wednesday evening last. Present: Thomas Screen,, A. 'Evrins, Henrm Younng, Johif 'Williamns, Siimuel Porte', Jo.seph Robinson, Thomas Andersoni, "?J'Grerson,' Jolin-'Wood (D.S.); 'Peter Grant (chairman), Thomas Johnson (secretary). "r' * ' .'. , The Chairman opened the meeting by call- ': 'ing upon the Secretary to read 'the lmiiiutes of the previous meeting,, which wore coin firm ed. .. . , - . . , .. . ., . . SThe Chairiian't'eii r'ead'thbefoll0,ngletter " handed in by Mr. John' Wood, distiict secre tary •:- - • • Newcastle, April 9th, 1874. DEAR SIR,:-I' beg to' hand ybu" the enclosed cheque for l5, which Mr.sThomaaslQves presents with his complimentsa ^..the.Miners' Accident !F nd, and bews the favour of it~i acdeftaice. -Your truly, .-'Il.:?'ts S .ATKINSQN, AI.TP;IQ{HS. To the Secretary. of the° Miners': Accident Fund, Mvired,' seconded, a...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

M'Asy f our tlande eople show signs of in creasig prosperity by improvements now in the course of being done to thie several pro perties, one in particunlar, that is Alderman M'Michael's, lie having, at a considerable' outlay, quite altered the appearance, of the once' well-knowri Britcher's Shop, info'a very Ihandsolme dwelli -hburse;, not merely'in out ward appearance bit. inside as" woll.'The bultchering bhsiness is entirely separated from the dwelling-house, being, carried on in prm raises altered and thoroughly repaired close by. Dr. H ill is also amongst our progressionists, he having purchased premises for the purpose of opening a chemist and druggist's establisment, which are to be fitted up immediately-for that purpose. It was currently reported about town. this week that the Waratah Coal Corn-. pany had struck a very valuable seam of coal in the " bore," that they have been putting down ,for so. long a time. On making enquiries I found out tliat thie report was without fou...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Coal Mining in China. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

.C .oaI~lliningw in Chuiai - e,:m t~ ,.ol~icrt .~a G.=dian ),..." Oxi.of 9,ur oisliti.n/Clhiaa, M31r.. ]3aber,, ha. collected some, infpynuation with.regaid to coal nitrln' ai d, ,the coal:itrado ofthait ountlryr vit h: J1titular ere?'lne~.tosthe anliles in thl usfi:ic of Tmsiai ndnheilung whtere lie: is otatidon." ICcestinnatesthe aun'nnl produc,: tion fl thlse, colt minesat about 75i, 00 tous; ut iicnitions that iunpais, uiwt 1incisii,?r,, openedJ, ,ol; foreign appliances. for scientific workaLing, int !odgedd; fis expectid tlhat thib. Late f prod.p.tion, nwhich.is alarge inerease. brerprevious.gy.ear? cnalhairdly batthnintain'd. ,ona. .halfith.coal, i._ exported, iwhileodl. qnll.,uahntity is inaintainedlf or .local .con-. snmpioti.l Thie Chinese ili Formosa,: hbw. cver, it appears, have little use for coal, except for the purposes of the blacismith. 'Ihey d, not employ it ans man~iisi of warmini their houiseas 'the abtiii'nic andl chcngpncss of woofld iener chairnallproferable. T...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

AltVAL CKBEK AnIXP GsEidTA. A yULI, meeting of the members of- No. 8 Greta Lodge was held. at Greta on Vedtles day evening the 20th ultimo. The business wns.,to hear.the delegate's report, and to con sider thle ciasc- of William Maliar, recently -thlro?n .out of' eiplhoymbet. This case occu :>ied tlie, attentiion of the meeting for sonic tinme, and.gave placn to an animated discussion. . To- give -tlie particulars of thisN somiewhat milixed 'affairiih' anjytliiin like inoderiteoiliihits, would be utterly .impossible; .'1 shall, there fore, content iny~it with a?. Inaeic 4flsory glance;at itsmorlo proniiie fciur. " 1it 'ulppears" Mahar has, been ofilployetl for several inonths past a 'the" Gret'a colliery "in the" ca picity. of' a wheeler. .When the pit worked -the sixtecn hours -per day-tho wheelors only worlk'ciglilt-ionr shifts, for which th'ey {iwere Ipid a'' the rat'ji of from 7$. to 9s. per shift, rlahar being onoe of those who received tile highloirrate-; but since the pit ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF JOHN ACKLAND. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874

THE DISAPP'EA.RANCEl H, ir.u'?.a rV.'r (CoctiAtied.) " A Si~i'w lines -were adde I by Mr. Forbes, to whom tlhis letter had hben dictated. They dloescribel"2Mr. A'kldhud's injuries as serious; bhit not. nt. .all udniierpnns. *A. baf dconiipouunij1 f.acturo o.- tilhe n.lht'arr, broken i twoi pIce.su! The surgeon uil t first feared ,that inmputa tion nmght be necessary; bliut r. Forbes wasn happy to say thatn tie arm lad been set, aiid he trustbd Mr.'-Acllnlud' wbuld evertuilly'il e-, cover the use ol' it. There had bden a severe covcnssiinii of the brain, but foriuttfately n'o fracture of tlhe shkll. .-Mr. Ackland had-inandb good progress, during thq. last hype.. .Ir.. Forbs was of pnilnn tit' lr. Aecklaiid was suf'erine 'in fenbri ti llt1ithl ! ;uip l 'fi'oif ithe ~(! el oI f the eal io li had-l, ratlAer-I.;thii , fi'oin any oregam icu.inry. / . On receipt ofthlis letter, ToniAckland wrote to his cousin, nd'dresssing his litter to tho post office at Charleston, and enclosing, a line ...

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