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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 16, 1820, London, Middlesex                                .Sr.>� i^'^Il.^'--.'t. ^ NfjHBBK 5469. HIS EVENING. FKIOAiY, June ife. hin MajeilvV Semnti will perform Cl>y apMlal'defire) the Comedv of , ' THE SUSPICIOUS HtJSBAND. Mr. SrrictlaDd. Mr. Pope; Frankly, MrPenley } Bellainy, Mr. Barnnrd; Riia|>rr,. Mr. Ellhton; Jock Mefi^of, Mr. Biiwwll; Te�\et, Mr. Knight. Sht. ^tricllnnd, Mrs. Orser; rinrinds, Mn. Edwin; Jacintba, Mrs. ftlardyn; Lucella, Mr�. Hirlvwe. AfM which (Ulh time at Ihia Theatre), an Ex')r*vagaii�a, calW      . giovanni in London. Don Gtoraniii, Afadaaie Veltrii^ I;e|iorellu, Mr. KniKbi; J*r. Flprenl>4v� FinJQkin, Mr. Baynard; Mr. Depot; EoeTUIi, Mr.\Batlir;JD!r�i^nKlr}, Mr: Bailer. Mrs-Leporello, Hin Pu�ey; |Aia8,GD(iii�Q(ia QatKotl^ Sliat Carew ; Mrs. Eog-)ikh, Miu Cubiti; Mri. Draia^mdry, Mr�. UairloM^. fhe Qokpfflceirill be opvnfiron Eleven till FJTev'Ciodc -.Places to .be.teken of Mr. Rodvellj Box Book-keeper. Bujcn 7ii..; Secoiirf Price 3a. 6d.-^Pit Ss. 6.1.; Second ^ice it.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Secpud Price Is.-Upper Qsl* l�7 la.; Second Pri�e^^.   , ^.        j To-morrow. wiyjict�r<^�iBeflj�ji?K:^ called fti2zio^<�lHifei6�afcq!tW , T IIS :PR r lriliii�, .Mr. C Kemble;.ClaBdi|�s, Mr. Connor; Siccios Vrnlntw, .Mr.Terry; Neog^eii^'us, Mr. Eserton. Virginia, Miia Poole; Scrria, Mr�. Connor. Al the end of Ib^ Pljy, a.celebrtled Duetto, hy Hfins Sle-plieiis and Misa iB. Tree; and f'Tije Typitywitcbel," by ilr. Griin�Mi. .i,. Tu which will be added (by.,iiioM,par|icular desire) a Farce, wiih some Musi�e, called A HOLAiND FOlt AN OLIVER, Sir Mnrk Cliasp, jVfr. Pawcetl; Alfred Hi|{h(]yA', Mr. Ji'iies; Mr, Srlltorue, .Mfi.^bbolt; Fixture, Mr. Emery; t:-HmFlie 7r�. Si'lbarni'i Miss Beaui^ont- , Tultcls and Places lo    had of Mr, Braodnn, at the Box- ofiiir; Olid of Alisa Foote, 34, Krppet-street, Russell. squnic. TH� OPERA DANCERS ON THIS OCCASION ONLY. MR. ELUSION'S NIGHT. THEATRE BOV A I., DRURY.LANE. ON MONDAY NEXT, June 19, 1890, his ht.jeslv'g SerTanl^will perform the Comedy of EVECtY^nb HAS HIS FAULT. Sir Robert KaikSle, Mr. Ellisloii. Sini;in^hy Mr.Braham,^iad*meVrsiris,arid Mr. Incledoo; and s Pas Srwlilty Miss Tree. A favourite Interlude, in which Mr'Ellislon will perform. The Eiiterlaiumenis to cDsclude niih.a Ballet^ entitled LA FETE DU VILLAGE. MR. JBRAHAM'S NK5HT. THEATrtfi-EOyAL, DRORY-LANE. MR. IWJAH'AM hin- the honour to inform the: NoLiliiy, Gfuf ry, h\� Vtieoii^ �ii*.|*e^^Wie-�aireiv.-j nn:.l, thi� x.n WEQrXESOAY, the '21st inslaul, will he ' juMfiiviiwd (foV fte 6rsl time on tUeie boards), the Coniic Olirra of ;THE'ENGLl.SH FLEET. V�!r�ifi� ,vn le (t.ii;" wiih .^tadame Veslris. .Mr. Incledon will sing ".The < h iiiii uf  oivder;" and, by permission of. llie Propfie-i"i i.f ilie Kiiis'sTheatre, Miss F. Corri .will sine-wiljv 4fr.. ilrHl.um llii; " fehoiDuct," from the opera of Zwivia.; aud, ,Mi5s II. C.iiri (lier RriH apiwarnure on the Ebclish Slage), iIm' Duet 111' " La ci dai-e'm la mano," wilh Mr. iiraluiro; Miss Turri will'.jierform the celebrated bravura of" La Tn.inl.n aii(i the favourite Duet of " Koy's Wife of Al-(llvllocl)," liyihe Misses 0>rri, ivilholher Eulerlaio'roPMls. Tiilcis Places for the Boxes lo he taken of Mr. Bra. )nu>, \'(,. ;jj T'lvistuck-square ; and Of IVtr. Rodwcll, at the l'."XU(i;rc, '� SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE, THE DUG BRUIN FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. rij^lUS   KVEnING,   FRIDAY,   June  10, i     Kn.l  I'OMORROW, SATUApAY, June 17, the peifrimaiirc!. will commence wiln an fenterlirinmejit called UUUm.e DECEPTION; OR. MORE GHOSTS THAN ONE! ,      . Afifr whirli a spWndid Persian Comic Pantomime, called THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN MINES. Aoion^sl ihe Scenery will be exhibited a View of Wesl-miHsippAhbcy Olid the House of Lords.'wbere will be in-ir/iiluceda: series'of Moving Fignresi in appropriate cos-lumr, lo convey an.idea of the GRAND CORONATION VttOCEKSION, with the manner of the Champion's per-f'.rmio5 the Ceremony of the Challenge.        ' I" (lie ciiurae of the Evening a Comic Song by Mr, Slefc IjNi? ; aul a Comic Song by Mr. Grimaldi, entitled�� London Cluals; (ir, Tlipre never was eiich Times." Tu cimtlude wilt, for the only times this Season, THE COTTAGE OF THE LAKE; OR, MY VASSAL'S DOG. . In wbirh will be iiilroducedthe wonderful perfonjianccs of Die Do? Briiiii. ^      ,     ,   .   , � ;, . Oh Monday eveniog, with other Novellies, a new Eques^ man .JIi;lo,.^drame, in which real Horses will be inlriodaced into (lie real Water. IJoors open al Half.past Fivcr-Performance to commence at Half.psmSix.,, : . , '''w* fijr Ahe'JBos^es may be taken of Mr. Stuck, at the iiits-OlBce of. the Theatre, every day from Ten till FoMr. o Clock.   Places kejit till Seven. , : ^ T Boxes jts.t^Pit 2s.-Gallery Is. -    i     BRtTIS*! GALLEBV, PALL-MAtt,   .j. . .. THl.S GALLERY, with an EXHIBITION of PORTRAITS of distinguished Pe��on� .5� the Hislory and Liletaliirtftif tbetJoiled Kinffdo|i|, l8,,pp.EN DAfbT from Teh iiiiKe Morning tiHSixjmJw pVtning.. (By Order) JOHtJ V VER'S EXHIBITION W Oil, Iwtf WATfeltlJCOtOUR PAlNTTNGS IS %Oyt OPEN, at the Great,Rooms, Irt, Old Baad-atreetj opposite Stafford-strebr, Vrttih Nine till Dusk. Adi^iitan'ce Is.-Calalofue 8J. Price 7d. M^^^'CTi(^'2*feet  |�iure^ wbJ^ ekcife^ UsHrersal inbr^est and admicattoh at Ibf Loww dur. in^ ibelast ExhibitiMV is NOIV DPEN ibr pabtie, liOffw llie lidiiiiB Gallery, at ihe tgypiian Hijl, Piec^ dilly.' PubHc afteiiiroii ti respectfully iuvUcd lo ibb ch�n d'oeuvre of forcttb-Art^. a- :  iiti�r c&gScMe^ t�i?iSEl' of fl AiR-ccrnril^C, LadieilJlia(i'3S�iitleDieBof VStak'aitdi^Ubiaa'my'depetid upon every attenlioii being paid tu the ^wtbasid'^linrte.' ment of their H�|r,* kbo Hi Ibe style tM fashion of the iDOat elejrdHti^NM^iVlies either of Lomloa or Parian-No. 6, Tavistock-stfeel, Comii-garden. A great variety 4>K ^Julies' Bead Dresseaand Ornamental Qairj also Gentleineii'i Perukes, Scalps, ju:. made Iv imi-taie na\tare.  , , |:1harleS Wright, importer of win� \j and Spirti^, next lo Ihe King's Theatre Colonnade, Haymarket, fiii Just landed CHAMPAGNES, sparkling and cixunUog, redidtVd while, of the first qnaliiies, at Six Gaiueas per deiea'; CLARETS, fa Rose, at Three Guineas per dozen, bottled in- Franc.ei, He wishes  TRACTOR, nor has any concern iu the Lottery or MA- nagementm: further REDUCTIONS in the PRICES of PLATE GLASS from TU'O AND A HALF lo TWENTY-FIV-E per Co(t. RITISH  PLATE GLASS COMPANY, Established by Act of Parliament, 1773. The Trade and the Public are "respectfully informed, lliat   � '   40O .V.i.=..'�.iV..............       300       ; &�.� Jcc/'Mbney and Consols, and ALL INONE DAY, NEXT FRIDAY,' Undrawn Ticketgiani'Shares are on Sale at'HAZARD �"'] Cu.'s OfficeBj'ltojaf�'Excbaugfe Gate; 26, Cdrdhill 3'24, Oxfurdstreet; liolttbii; .aud at all their Agents in the Country.     , ,, ,:�,_ .       ...... �.. �    � � � !..,>:     r HAZARD and Co.Sbarea, andrSold in a recent Lottery, ALL TUE,RRIZES,nf 30,000! M and-in tba presenti.Iwl-,' <"y, No.2,313,:� Pja� of 10.000/. Coiuol*, bcsidci^NlNfi OTHER CAPrPAlS^it 4 4 4 '4' 10 30 Opera fi^xe^m^Be*^ '^itvi^ttitroAj^n- the ] Three m^pA-^'it.tti^^^ i for T^�()ftl�W''ife fi OFffces/: AND>Oi?PeSiTS Ttt8<�iem� TIte^Payj>e3t'bfRenl^U Suiferffliliy Fire, -with^iit Increase of PKroVim.''''Ko''diai|^' is roadb for Policiea-.^no reapc^ibllfty'inii .be iBeiiri^ed, ax ln,^ar(jierihip SocielfielliwhereiDeVery^iie it liable for losfet lb t!fe.iExfent Jif itawhWeTProperlyi ^IPE INSURANCES effected; the graotingor purchase Of Aiioiiiiifei'Offered'to Ibe Public on lite saiiit>ei)oiUbls Terms. Midsummer Policiea should be reri^tred witliid Fifteen Dayt. WM.QEEtltAM, Secretary. � to SPORTSMEN.-^IMPRttVEO PER. CC^iON ^ELP-PRIMINO MAGAZINE WATER-PROqP'GCN^LOCK, made by HfeShrteY RICHARDS, Gull Rlsnih'atHuiw, 'Uigh-f|��et, 6i^ingh t7p�n ex* llrninalioa and'irial this LdcjIcsriU be. foopd to posien the above ver? considerable! a(lvaoUge2y STRAirO."'''   �� "-i k5 ioform Ihe Public, that their PATENT SECT-A: JCSTING TRuilSlES^oiititinctb1)e=�^cblnm�M        alt ilW rtftik eminent Surgcoiis in Towd and=Ooiintt^y^ ispnugs art so constructed as to ad�iit'6r'iiici�aie'Sir "de-" IcreSse in siie and "force; will ansWc^-'fcnr ri^ht'iO'r left''tide, �wiihoiit Ihe least ineouVenience lo the'u^arer, requlHllj"^ila' uiider-slrap or other galling bandage.         '   '   '     � The Patentees h'kve the hoitoar ta-;BUp|ity-lhe  Sold by Butler aud .Sons, No. 34, SaokTille^treet,! Dublin; and one or more Druggists in every prioeipaLTdwu in England. '     ' �- ------- ..      ., ^     I ^tl^ dispose of a'xini^le ariicle of l.beir 'f^�i\if-tiiMy t^t'ei received .the .i]ol6i..-.as iisual.' .l(lanyl:0^;the.prin-jH'periimiV in ihe coiidty of,Tipptrary. Vffere*tbeir support, to lb' Bj�ufe�. bul.it,ww^l'n.ed.byCtlje.bankw^^ thie pirir'ltiiil 't^ry were.'anxiOufio uity uff'ibcirriiules, and relIhrWw%aV,'ltiog'a(fd^eilj'^" . ^*Sf* ..... affiri that all ihe^o^ii �ilil wiirhy.pafd^^ff by the RJalls, W.> Ihat.it^nuot be exmtled to take'eiacie^'efoie three or Tb W ji guard 6fs l(lifersf U|Jon the Ba11k.l1011.sr4 1^ number4i!fiier�ooi� forced the lower gale, and broke into j^^^^^ 9J!�A<0P Tb ^.fHe >�ll!fr Wbitb &id mt ______ bBHBcaa �ff suhscijueolj; done. ' � ''� ��'DISTRESS. We Kf ret jo ftpjl that the unfurlunate peiwna out' of em-ploymajtt'i� 4.1    ^  - eoiitjoi Mied.f^ the early paflafj^ oity� waa reinroetl.io K sjmii 'the abWimtieiiienl of t&e failure, audnu If^admit, ctfiildbe, d� events tbkt'fiare reeedtljr'talceii'i^lacV in oiir city, frbW'tbeUi^stric-. lion of the circulatinf; medinm by the failure .qfl.fae fianjks, is now more than ever riei^na'ry^' Tbe conii?4>tei>e:,o'^ the as-icBibUnf of those peJ^Ie; aiiid'of their 'prooeeiliug io acta of boililityit^ntt'lb'ecbuhtrywroi^tcinen inemptnyment at the building of the new City Qaot,, Kas led, in. a great measure, to Ibe dischar^;bf ibose (iersoiis also, a'nd.of tbrowiug tbem as an aaditroi�il:'werght lii|6'the mass .of public misery; ihM^irmay be ii riVcaiiisiaiicI^ thai' woiild eveolually bap-pen by thf dl^ulty the eoatra^prs of thoie wor|cs found uf procariu^ mdae'i^ to piiy the i*ages,^lbe'weekly afi)oli'iit being Jitllesbi^.or 8(N>f."n-6la' the new circhms'tam^ in nrliich Ibe wlwle dty iV|ilace'd. Tbosa unfortunate jpersoui out of employment .UkiimbM on Wedijeutajr nij^b't abotit eleven o'clock ockr theNj^W Gaol, tun^^proceededlo-^iic.lodgings of Ihe cpnulry ^klni!ti^~'tame^ of whom (hey, beat in a t^Toiauner; tbey then went to Ibe buUding.and threatened to 6Um iliekcaflrardiilg, but the walchmen.kept them at bay for some time by firing over their heads, and until a ' messenger was sent into the city to acquaint tbe Sheriffs of their menaced at^ck. ..... Thwe active olBceiJs imiaediately proceeded to Ibe spot, with a ftrong goard of cayiilry and infantry, and when arrived at Blaraeyl^ane, they found aboiit l&O or 200 assembled, but Ihe appearance of the inilitarjr was sufficient fur Iheir jdisperaiobi an^, ll^ Sfi in ail directions. Two of them . were, however^arrested aild conveyed lo the. Bridewell, where ; they were detained for tMAight.. Yeslerday ihejf were brought j befah�ltis Worsiiip |lie.3Iayor, who.admonished them uu the  imprtidettt a�d d�ogei�ns tendency of their coudnct; he impressed 'apon them the folly as'well as'wickedness|:Of injuring those poor people wiio were nalural.^ luoking fur em-. ployiSent as. well as ttiewselyes,.aud of attempting any thing , against the property iaf (be Messrs, Deane aiid Nolter, Ithniagb whoitt alone ifaey coaid^xpecl emptoynient,. Those iunforlnnafe jiersona .nictf ibi; admonitipiis. of, bis Worship ^wttb much conlritiaii�iand'a^ted, tlieir only ot>)ect;i�as.in fiodace^lfae cctvniry workniep;tb quitihe cilyj ,t,)?est,regrel-?ted tbey'tiadrtakeii any^aharb^in ibe^ie; djagraceful. pfpceed-;lng�j�a4 pcomised to induce Ihe rest of .their itiudy.tnavaid 'arepititMiidftiwiai^^ iii ihefireseRt : instancejo escapeewiisbitifuU,, Nolbiiie biitnthe.^ceme djfti^-iibBh *Jl^*luflcred;' and which they depicted in ; 4ra�ai*ia� l^r^ab la.mentedifriend., Heexpiredwilbontagroao^surround-sd by his family-his understanding perfectly clear, sensible to the last-hisanxietyfoKbiSCOuMl-yarid herful'ure fortunes, was the last sent^meiUi.tbati!OCCu^if^;bim,-iwid'**.7rir:.%i|t�r hopes, like hia breath, belongjBd4o:ka<}ountrgi";^iXheie, bis .words, were strictly fnlfilled;; jbe.,feU ^nu ,p^iu,;apd the smile ithat lightened up hi^coua'leii.fiBceslillj'eipaioi! upoo.itt Since he left you all )je coaveff^ilaboul Jh^.citji^tiiid^^yisra^^^ act as he had fbijinerly expressed .tiiipt^tf.' tl ^ha!I-,i1ieri;f^te have Ihe'eutisfactiun tu fe^ec^ tliS.lit.dVsC^rS^ellusiujunctW^ as wellas my own dp^^Mhen i soUc^ the support of liiy fel-low-ciliieua, Af I .caijiWt leave thisfOr ioine tirnej wil) y^u and Iheoiiicr frleiiils^o'f my dear, late fallier'jiiy'whalcaaW ' '""'---�'�''^�Te'of our iiati,ve'city^ 'As'ybtf' . subject "prdcecd iu llie busi' ' Sold by the Propcictiirs' wljolesale'ag;ent, Mr. Alklnsojl, jPerfuiii^W' No',' '4'i,' Gerfard-iliecl,'SoHO-sqViiire ; "MeSHfs,-!�a�ire-i-5Sl�Piafe, Ai^Ne�''8iM.'Lu*ir-M�Wfi."Bair^ -�ud Blew, Cockspur-street Air. Rigge^ ^S, y most Perfomcrs and-MtdicineVwdevs ia the Kingdom. I "Also' 'ilDbsON'S BOTANIC TOOTH POWDER,- for ^aulifying and preserving the Tiefli,''fasleiiiiii^ tlioSfr  g!'il'e taWar, ahd'tlirijigittescnrvy in the j;unM,',aiuJ>rinf|i'llit;l; prctreatiiig the Tooth'Acbei.!i ! ����� ���<-� t . .,, , .. IdSSyF Wm io to a'ct.^ On tfieTntercession of Mr,.Sheriff Whtte^andMe8srB.D^1tineaudN.otter,;lhey were then libp-i�ted,,l^iUt.g;ireti'to andmlandU^I .If, any tendency to riot .or'Sinliro^ti^e agaiii'^ii^oiiresied itseiramong them, it would, fbe.resisted with firmness.and prampt(tude,at the saaie time 'ithat every^ffort would oe speedily liiade, ,tp .mitigate ibeir i4istrra^a'by putting those pul^lic works as soon ^as possible 'ajjaih iot&attivity. � ' DISTR^ING FACT, i      7*0 iht. EdUat of The CorAviftrconUfa ChronieU. SiR^About tweoty years ago' there was out less Iban 9,^,09 f:e^ns employed in Cork and its vicinity at Ibe hruad iclolh jb^iness. At present in.ihe whole populous district of iBiacfcpool there is not tu be heard the souud of a single ^-broad loom *. ; Tour ateiyibumble Servant, ;   June 8. A BROAD CLOTH WEAVER. -WATEBtORD, JUNE 12, '   To this distressed district it will aifonl consolation to ;find that the commencement of the paj^ment of llie Assessed Taxes  has been |/oatpboed to 24th .Jiily.-(^H^ater/urd Mirror) SATJSES' CARRICK-ON-StTIR BANK.' To the Editor of the Waferfotd SHttot. , Sir,-I shall be obliged 16 you tu couiradict iu yoiir paper of Monday, part ^if a paragraph which appeared in Ihe Chronicle of this day, intimating that Ur. Sause (meaning, -I suppose, Messrs. Sause and Sons), had suspended their �paymcnisVfijr it is untrue, �'^liteitiain.Sii-, your obedient Servant, '�� 5 PATRICK HAYDEN. �   Carrick,JunelO,lS20.      ; ^fpr|ejinirep^iu<;ir�(l�t|�pcei::[ Ami isthrt^iic W�a��t.,W a Ud)..s rDuer lo be-uselk o�. irm-iryiMr pi^ajO     '.. jceof her firt'ehpofi, he? quotes ihi'f.iUowWr:' done loujiiiold'tlie in^jepe^idfeiicc't know 6iy6entiinciilB'u\)o'lrjUe 8^^...... ness on my behalf as if .1 wefe pi^senit.' This mode of aclm'g can alone make "V'furihc'�di&dia�iage'under which I .labour'.      '       Belietfe me! dear HotAphreyj;; "   MoBl'aflVctienaieiyyWurs HENRY' GimTTAN. -'THE'BAWK8/*-'^4 i'*-"' ��' The Lord Chancellor iias been pleased lo ordei*,'that the' xommission ttfrbau'kruptWagi|ii%t> .Mc'ssrs,' Maunseil aud iReuBiedyv �C'>Ltmei-Lck,� shall ibe sjospeudeij. ;m:l.     .'^ f.   ^ .VVeihave been,.informed Jha.l niten|tora'iei-'cp-p'ioUB variety of information j herviyid aftdl^rapbic'_'ddi le-ation of every thing she ^aw  her '.citiidrd; o'|i^u,'and Alidis. guised sincerityiotally ovb'rloeked ; �t''Eadj'Mbylan-by Wr. Playfair maybe Cotlderfatdilild-fJarWffiiiiCes^ Iz.her ^re revived b^ Louis VIIf. the Priest* could not find in tbechapti au effigy to represent the person whose festival Ihey coramemoratrd: Before Mr. Plajfair igain quotw a passage fop the purpose ijt trrilicisitig it, we i�ouid recoan-mIe of decency to lady M.onan, he inters into a detail of the character and offences of the it>.�!6T?'* One," �ay� he, � whose, cri'nie doips not admit pf bein^'''niim>ean aok enlUled Franee, by Lady Morgan!" Nor M Ibis all-�biit beeanm The Quarterly Review had endeavonred-to be witty on fccr person, Mr. Playfair deems it inciiaibent on him 10 do ^o loo. - Lady Morgan ii, not tall, and he asserts tltat she UHd. this anecdote because she wi-hed to keep up the idea " that her important and tnteretting perroh' attracted particofsr notice." Mr. Playfait's jests also, On Lady Morgan'aconnlry, which he facetioQsly calls " her dear little. Erin," are very tiwtij.. His first joke is on her Irish eslates. " She said in Paris that Sir Charles HoVganhad thirty estates in Ireland-Ihirtif. estates! no less? Fabf/i/^'^ men in buckram i^ould sink tv nothing before the Kaiglit of the many estates." Now, Sir Charles Morgan, �� niiilrrstaud^ is. a Welstailian, end *k never heard he possessed, or saidi.^e possesaed^ -an acre oC grnvind in Irelaml. Those who know his willy Lady ca.a Icsiify thai ii is not on sucH distinctions she founds her Qoh. sequence; she won Id never biiasi'of sfach thing* if she did liusscis them, mnch less if she. did not. But We Helievci! Ihe lhi*g Iu be a dull and silly fabricrfliou, and:indeed X'^ Hlayfair himsel^f is compelled lo admit as much, for 'Ihott^' bethinks the joke loo good tu pan's by, he saysbe wilt, not assert that Lady Morgan really did �nce." ' ffi-fs is a vi*iil picture of (lie � |nd*cet>t; 'stWry.'aUaBt � u�(t>�'ll�iairti{ 'A- fftaid"ra'^Di'S^^ie'fo represent the Vtrgini'''is- ffbt fit'^fo^' a- bobk � tifdt'gejs 3nfo Ibe hands of vouiig ueio{/ie--�ho''lwve'eifhcr'feKgion'*r |virtuti."!''Do*sS"ihi4- "wriwfi btHftv^Hliaf ittia' 'uufouhlMl jcharge was one of the brutal calumnies which has'-been-arefuled and reprobated, Bgaiii'iiiiaf-ajitaw K'evK^^^^ ofhitr  |bn4iiiesi  aji-eejble.    �   ' ' " � -...r-jj^ A   

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