Daily Kennebec Journal, January 17, 1870

Daily Kennebec Journal

January 17, 1870

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Issue date: Monday, January 17, 1870

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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 17, 1870, Kennebec, Maine VOT> .1. t T C v MOBXING (SU.XDAYS EXCEPTED BY SFB (SWE.V i XA3E. TEEMS: SEVEN DUM PER A.VATM SINGLE COPIES, FOUB CEXTs" AUGUSTA, ME., MONDAY MORXIXG, JAXUARY 17, 1870. 14. OB Poet ef i II A U f, Saodijn. tin by tad of of r runt (ke Fd T _ ASD MA i T H TJ T T U '.-T01 "er7 fo' THIKI if -DATS, I.JJ, jjAiJjflnll, s i rropnetor. HORSES tyr to "i (f 10 LET. IT ami Artist, t. c cup WTtf pobije ta can and tUttt. AITBUliA. Ml, Tpckle. ONJB PRIC1E S.- Htmtinglon Go.; Sti-pct, 3T HOUSE, STATE STKET, i ADBDSTA, ME, itt am be hadataD K ate a Flrtt-Clui n.n far Oart. onlj. the Ua-Une Sellable a to mat- ters tff-ihc Stoic GGiciu mtut, of the Domss of tnestic and Foreign--------- Reports of the al 0orno and Abroad; veil se- lected Tales, Poetry, AgrurultnraJ and other Inter- nnd tsefal Bca-liny for the Family; also from Abroad and Articles upon subjects of Uca'l''1'-. i. It has been enlarged Hutu Vnjth and is punted on an> New Slit of it one of the Handsomest and Most Beddable, u one of the PAPlUiS PBICE, The pnce of subsonplion baa How is the Time to Subscribe! oo per n pf ftix m in sdvanee, tS35 at the ftf i Published Wednetday. Daily fiennebee eTerr luo.i um and the (Sondavg W actft W wf of 1, of aad Jonlaa of Ibmwinck, of the Uuoir. ort aod jo of 1 otk, of the White of of Jut Urrr, of 9 PnJLiw of Wild, yf au Ucmiek, and frc-tfr Meun. Xone of -of ad of. of the Scute; of An- OUU..9. of -9. Mayo of Pain of haven and t-jn of the OF Till "BOLT i ue louowmg fefter ajwvtaw h the f don lierald: "Tlie uewworfc of the Poet will be perused by-tbou-ands of readers, to nvoy of whom, however, title of the drier poem, "The Holy GraiL' will require- 'explanation, altborgfe Una term is to it may be observed firstly, deparfcjjrcnuhe legend been current when he the Holy. Grnfl to be a cap, of a or to of brook of Bhke of Auburn, of Wattaof "RjofM-tun. aad of of the Hoow. LJVDP r.f-CjmlierlaJVu, Neallcy of Vurk, Cleares of Oxford, of the senate; Baker of Hcanpbivy of liamimn of iluxuc of OWTTJ ofr Beaton, and HOUram of W ilU, of the Ilonse. On Jtaun. Buffiuu of FMWbseot, French of Mtoot of of the Banffor, Bonney of Portland. Uott of Leeds. .and. of Strong, of tbe Horiflc Ox HmHrn-j Mcssr- Metcalf of Lin- Errd of and ttray of Dnmiinr-or KwijfiiF, I iunwn ot j-ortCTv Booth uav of Embdeo, and Uarlnw of Lincoln, of the On Xamjantv of York, tiibbs of and Uaro PuratnvoU. of the toluol Cape Elixabeth, of AJ. bou of 1'ittjton. Bomhim of and of Kcrwbnnkport, of thelloiue. On Interior Talbot of Washing- Jon, Buffluu of PenobKol, and tiibbs'of id, of Him......d 6f Folsfim of HcGiUu; of Sears- port waree of Leirirtoa.'Cox of Machuu, Oroco, and Skinner of St. Albons, of the On State and State of Kennebee, Kicgubnryof Htbb Of t In Ji Dans of Lnbee. 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It is a deep bowl or jjart STPen glass, of Jlomin nre, about twclrc indies in and TBree inches deep, border and two handles, first moulded and then turned in thfr lathe; it derives its from the word great, a dctjj ilndt, uaettin tRe middle agea to meat This Saint Greal was to be the ItTenBcal dish on WTutls I, was placed at Our Saviour's hy_ Joseph of formerly supposed to have been anemer.UU. Bonaparte U u> Tuus lu rscr d as_._ .._ It has since carefiiHy rppai timed to tienoa. Bound Table was their jearch in of which could only be re- yealtslto a knight "at once accomplished in eirthly chivalry and pure anS guiltless of evil conversion fJErom the ijitro- ductioajo Ancient and Mediaeval in a 'Catalogue of Antiquities and Works of and returned to Art-exhibited' at in 1861. "Thus for twelve hundred years sacred vessel has been- aHuded" to, nnd as a dish} the Italian word catino can only apply to a or bason, derived irom the Latin, and underhUiad to be a vessel on which meat or fish was served np at feasts among the Thus Horace used the term eatinus' to imply a, :anty bill of iare. One of the most eel- "of King -was 4 Sir rttupcelot of the who went ia S2areh holjr vessels. Sir Wilfcr Scott in the introduction to the "first nt Ke, ASsOkf 1TEVT OF XZW AXD OVD HAXD knr D 1 fi.H.51 _L CcnheO, ASCxnATTCJ. C ra, i r jpyj W Jnf'f C C i P Or G.T. We hare received the address of the car- riers of the Rocky Mbunr.im Herald, pub- lished at Denver, Colorado. It is a literary and typographical At the top is. a wood cut of a bnflalo by aa ft. B cfP far-Western Then tallows fWA-l Cttt of ta W TJttrd tTu fif Id. 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