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London Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, London, Middlesex I 7hews, 9 Tkv it ton strike i Cav Tui come Quenesa. Aoh Robts Esq., p s s. Of october. Byh Simonu Hano Hester. At the end of october 1854. We find oar Elv engaged in a Treen door roof dict with amp foreign Power. At the end of Tober 1853, a evil War of great importance was raging in England the foreign War in 1854 is one Between Civ in Trion and a Nurissa of a re i a and ism. The evil War in 18 was Joe Bettem capital and labour. About Thra time last year the Factorize at porn were we a Insi fit it Eis options All a Loi. The Mas Tarsi Hgt it it eing the a led became the assail to my 17,090 wout ple were thrown ont of employ. A som of at >8sc 10,0001. Per week was taken from to in. Dro Ulalh on in the town and the work people depended for their non Ltd Notri nations from Leigh Bonting towns. For 36 weeks did Feis in Natal style in tiny a. Tor nearly Shreim Carlers of a Yea did the Cap trusts and the la amp on Era stand apart from each other As if they were of tits of monally hostile countries. The end came and. Both part Ira were crippled. At the treaty of peace the Mann Fao twers were it car animated 165,000?. Worse than at to amp a commence meet of the contest. Tho operatives i amp and lost 2,000/. Marions motions a land had in bisected themselves to voluntary taxation to the a mount of 97,000l, to support the Freston workmen who wandered in helpless idleness through the streets. Other persons Imire otly connected with Preston differed to the extent of 21,250/. Thei loss inflicted non the Coo try by the civil War in Lancashire amounts thus to 533,250/. Engaged As we Are in a War of which it is Imam Syible to a the Termi Satim few can avoid regretting that such a amp Aat Irant of sacrifice has produced no lne facial results. We have nothing to do but lament that the elements of on Sodal system Are such As to generate by their collision consequences so ngh Teal As three which have followed the quot strike quot operatives and the quot lock out quot on tiie part of the masters. Or. Ashworth s pamphlet contains a succinct end awl rate history of the great strike from its commencement to its termination. He shows that without the int�3rvention of quot unions the wages at Preston had gradually increased and that a fortnight before the strike out of More than thirty five firms Only four or five refused to accede t it the demand for a Rise All the rest paying the full ten per cent increase. With respect to the demand for equalisation of prices or. Ashworth disposes of it in the following manner. The object Here indicated was to Seq Aliso the rates of wages. Dot of diff rent Dean options of work people but of Thosa engaged in the same department for this purpose they proposed that a Standard list of prices Aronld be made out according to which All Tho bands in the several depart cents Tobold be paid a lib Standard was to be enforced tron Bont the Eoa try. who Are practically acquainted with the Cotton Manu Factura will regard this demands not merely but impossible so Many Cirami Tances conspire to vary the rate of wages. The very Siu of the Mill has something to do with wages since by its distance from Cunti or railway communication and other can s. The fond oat of which labour has to be paid is very materially affected. Moreover the internal arrangements of the Mills is Well As the constr Cioa and Speed of the machinery Bear very strongly upon the Rod dog Power of the Workman and consequently non the rate of wages. To this we must add the Quality of the material we lab consists in to get coarseness or fineness of the Fibre &c., and which determines How much a Workman can perform with the same amount of Laboar in a Given time. With so Many Points of differ ends it would be altogether Imp Ltd sible to make oat a Standard list or to enforce the same nominal rate of wage without injustice to Tho master and equal ion Ostice to the work Tople themselves. Finding that the master refused to come to Tern the workmen resorted to Means of coercing their fellow workmen to join them As they had formerly endeavoured to coerce the masters to employ ref Irao tory of natives it is evident that Cuch acts of opposition Ore in to Iem selves an evil and ought to be obviated by All Means. If the servants of an employer have a right to say when one of their number Ahall or shall not to discharged by All Means let the employer recognise the right a did never engage or discharge a servant without calling the rest together and asking their concurrence. But if this is right in a factory it is right also in a mansion or on an estate if it is right with five Hundred servants it is right with five or with even one and As where Only Onn servant was in it aged he could not look for redress to his fellow servants a would have a rit to fall Back upon the entire body of the working Dass. The unavoidable result of this would be the destruction of discipline alike in pubic establishments and private families a Man would then cease to be master in his own Hoase and the family itself would be merged in the state. The right of the Maiter. As at present Recos sized to engage one servant and discharge another rests upon the principle that he May do what he likes with his own Money rights of p dictate Tho property Tonce virtually ceases to be private All private rights Are overthrown and to Are in the High Rood to com. Muniram. With respect to the modes of intimidation adopted by the men some a Tivious incidents Are Given Tho methods of coercion adopted were very various. If a Man ventured to go to his work be was at once branded with Dishonour he was no longer a quot Man quot but a quot if this did not prove sufficient to bring him Back to the ranks More Effic Adous treatment was resorted to. Perhaps he was put into the special charge of some Twenty or thirty men whose business it was to act As a sort of Sham body guard to the unfortunate victim whenever he stirred firm Home and Whoso it it Protection quot consisted in vilifying or cud gelling him and i bitty. For this species of hostility there was no Lack of hands. It appeals to the pugnacious tastes the love of fun and Enterprise which characterises the younger members of most trades in common with Tho rest of the quot generous youth quot of Britain. Hence these younger members became the quot Bathi Bazonis quot of the Campaign and like their mine Man prototypes were Aleitta any moment for War or plunder. The following May serve As instances of the Way in which their operations were actually conducted. A loud Nti ise is heard in Adejobi Street. We look Down the Street and see a crowd committing principally of boys and girls the a few adult intermingled. As they get nearer we Are almost deafened with s Medley of the most discordant cries among which we now and then distinguish such epithets As quot Knob stick quot quot old thief quot amp a. Alitz vein and Vaasa of Tho part cowering Fer Protection beneath Tho Wall on the Riith band Side yet contriving to Moke Way As fast As possible from his persecutors we be quot an elderly Man named Alexander the Eye naturally Falls upon him at once since his head is a focus towards which missiles of All kinds concentrate. Now it is a Shower of onions now of a Tenet refuse now of stones. Now a daring Stalwart youth of Twenty marches up behind and at a single blow trikes the a fellow s hat Over his face. Meanwhile a younger miliary is endeavouring to enlist a party of Brick setters in the fray pm to prepare an efficient Volley of Brick dust by fee time he comes up. At length a Friendly door opens. Tho old Mau is at Home. The crowd Outor do give three groans for the quot Knob stick quot and the it a go about other business intending to renew a Lis the following Day. Or it May be a Young woman who is receiving a Ese attentions me quot Mary Leonard quot against whom Fostir or five youths of then or seventeen years of ago Are bedding a fierce attack. Her come is that she has Dike continued her payments to Tho Union. The poor thing runs into quot mrs. Crook s House quot a to is Refuge in the Yard. Her Retreat is soon disco Jered. They threaten to break the windows unless Tho Fig ibo is riven up. Finally Tho Yard door is broken town and the Yard o�5upied by the crowd. Herway Hoino Lea Down Adelphi Street but this would end their sport too Boon so she is quot turned quot Down Byrom Street. There she is quot thrown Down once or twice quot quot pushed against the Wall quot Tod her Bonnet Mitoru to pieces. Again she Ikea Refuge in a House but some one there is ill and Canna get endure Tho age Whiteb is about to ensue so that she has to face Tho enemy Agton. After being thus driven through the Streeta tor two Bours she succeeds in making her escape through a passage where her Anaa ants cannot Fonow and at length reach Home. These facts Are gathered from do positions Jade before the magistrates of Preston on which the ring Leaden were an voted and sentenced to various terms of . All this is very sad but after All it is not More than what might have been anticipated when a Large number of men have their passions roused and meet with of tables in their Way. Or. Ashworth goes on to give May graphic details of the coi duct of the population Danng the strike which it is not necessary to quote As most of them have already appeared in our own columns or those of other journals. The a digress of the strike was for a time extraordinary. During the first week the subscriptions Only reached 80/. The next week they reached 381/. In Thedith week , week More than 2,000/., end they still went on in or easing till in the nineteenth week they passed the limit of 4,000/. The masters now began to bestir themselves in Earnest they instituted a quot defence fund quot and the contest assumed an appearance of War to the knife. The leaders of Hestie however were flushed with Success. They Anoo nned that do Man on strike should want a Christmas Dionery. And gave out that an extra allow Anil of 1b. Or is 6d. A head should be to Ade for Parchas ing Good things of tii seas a a. But the movement of the masters was gradually As Ominga appearance of activity. They adopted the tactics of fee men. As the workmen had enlisted fall Tho la Oom re of the cd entry on their Side the masters enrolled the employers of labour on theirs. Attempts at i mediation cycled by or Ashworth foiled. Tha Middle classes of pre Toa tha the Sota ity arts and others made Ete towards finding a Sola ion of the problem tbnt&ltin.yaln4 fee strike my Eft to Wear itself out. Quot Oie rec data in me month of Iril fell from 8,337/. To 946/. A mating of the delegates waa held and the leaders among whom Wes George Cowell himself quot advised the operatives to resume work until a mow favourable a fans ended the fre on strike one of the nost memorable of contests Between labour and capital that have Tatoli Puum in this country itis diff Volt to apportion the amount of. Praise or censure which Attadi to the two opting parties. There is however no misunderstanding the result. The labourers Are a great inf Librers. The . James Grattan eld to in of the Lebrat a Eniy Grattan of the memorable a pm of of a Irish to steers expired sudd�iubn.3�esdby, Brama polytechnic institution. A Glyn has begun a series of Shaks Rita in institution. The first which she gave last evening consisted of Macbeth. Miss Olyn s High reputation not Only As an actress but As a most intelligent and impressive dramatic Reader Drew an immense audience who filled the spacious theatre of the institution to overflowing and As was evident Litomy the warmth of their applause listened to the play with Sunn cloyed pleasure which is not often derived from its Foi Mance on the stage. I Glyph studied Tetro of Thia speeds feat Etta a set a a is Well of the Disis quot re bib audio Ting. Her Reading is dramatic she eaters with Sueta Nice Dos elimination into the spirit of the characters that it is unnecessary for her to name Theodi sisent interlocutors of the be. She never does so and yet nobody is at a loss to distinguish a very speaker. Mergener Almanzer is quiet end she a Arloof attitude and gesture but aha ii always Earo and animated and rises when necessary to Strong and True exp reason of passion. As the language of every Pait is thoroughly understood and clearly and forcibly delivered with Gre it Beauty of elocution her recitation is not Only a delightful entertainment but an instructive illustration of the play. Her quot readings quot of Tho text appear to be judicious and Correct. One struck us As new. As the play a generally printed Macbeth says quot besides this Duncan hath borne Bis faculties so meekly quot and so we have always heard it spoken. But Mies Clyo altering a comma says quot besides this Duncan hath borne his faculties so this seems right it is not Likely that Macbeth would speak of his Sovereign As quot this Tho scene in the second act Between the guilty pair perpetrating the Midnight murder had a Brea Blesi interest which could hardly be surpassed on the stage. Miss Glyn we observe la to read Gamut Taa merchant of Venice and Borneo and Juliet All of them As illustrated by her will be Well Worth the attention of the lovers of the . Doct. Sfa ruling revelations a Clergyman Gira it Ofie. I t a a a a by Mcgaa a Fps meat fax Mere up of Ost. 21. Mieia Norof the no a wich City magi8 at his residents Tinne Hinch we hey of Clow. Leteure need the Ltd it unto of wicklow in Many or laments and his brother or. Henry Grattan the ate meal a for meath is Well known to the Lia a enter men of the press to Day in Grattan has Eft no Issue. The vacant left in the Irish representative peerage by the death of lord Donalley will be filled by lord Bangor. A dire Cou Gibion took place on they Alk it it two Miles South of Fai head on the Northern coast Between the hew it sep William met Cormick the pro Marty of the Londonderry steam but a Ompoy and a Small sized Schooner the name of we has not been ascertained. According to one account the Steamer ran into the Saihung vessel which notwithstanding notice from the Ouer ship continued on her a ar8e, attempting to Cross under the Steamer s bows. Another account is that the Steamer Only got foul of the Schmeer a rigging but at events the latter Tom went Down immediately and All inboard perished the Steamer having remained for nearly five hers without having been Able to discover any of the ii lated people. The collision took place some Honra before Day. Twenty six hours at sea on a raft. The Case of Prussia and other German sea Board states against the sound dues. While ram Mercial Intercourse Between nations is increasing every year the old grievance of the sound duties becomes More and More intolerable to every Flag affected by it and to the Fnu Sian Flag More than any other. A Short time ago in excellent Little pamphlet entitled quot the sound duties and Commerce quot was published most opportunely at Leipsic which has been declared by those who Are practically acquainted with Tho subject to be the most Complete description of these tolls. It considers Triem also historically from their origin to the present time. The author gives such full reports of All the negotiations that have been for Many years past carried on respecting them Between Prussia and Denmark that the Reader who has paid attention to modern prussian history derives the greatest Antis faction from their perusal As they throw Light upon some of its most gloomy passages. We learn by this pamphlet that the amount of prussian shipping passing through the Sot ind has been increasing More than that of any Ether nation fsr a series of years but chiefly since the termination of the danish War. In the year 1816 prussian vessels to the number of 1,014 passed Tho sound 1,763 vessels in 1832, 2,811 in 1842,1,361 in 1849, 2,891 in 1850, 2,664 in 1851,2,319 in 1852, and 3,487 in 1853. The proportion Between the number of Nuria s ships and those of other countries stands thus a Angush 22.0 dutch 8.6 swedish and norwegian 25.0 danish 9.7 Bussian 5.5 French 1.6 North american 0.4 prussian 16.1 and for the ships of other countries 11.0. The proportionate tonnage for each country is a England 26.9 Holland 6.9 sir Eden and Norway 14.9 Denmark 5.6 Russia 5.6 France 1.0 North America 0.7 Prus 8ia,29.6 and for All other Conns Iea together 9.8. In so far As Prussia is concerned this ratio is on the Rise. During the first six months of 1853 a total of 6,608 ships passed through the sound and during the same period of 1854 a total of 7,566. Of these 8 92 were English 755 dutch 2,447 swedish and norwegian 982 danish 172 Musaian 7 French 19 american 1,435 prussian and 857 of other nations. The Leipsic pamphlet then gives the collective amount of the duties for the 24 years from 1830 to 1853. The least annual Revenue was in 1834, when it fell to 1,800,000 Rix Bank dollars thatis to 1,417,500 pms Sian Rix Duars. Tho Rix Douay is equal to 2s. Old. In English Money. The largest Revenue was in 1853, being equal to 1,897,500 Rix dollars for the 24 years the total Revenue has been equal to 40,500, k 0 Rix Duars. If we calculate prams a a share Forth year 1853 by the ratio of the tonnage Given above we obtain for Tho result 29 6-10 per ceat., so that she Conse Quenoy paid to Denmark the sum of 561,650 Rix dollars in the shape of toll. Let us add to this the hard Cash paid by Mecklenburg the Hanse towns Hanover Oldenburg &0.�?namely, 178,365 Rix Duars or 9 4-10 per cent a and we then find that the German maritime states had levied on them no less a tribute in toll than 740,025 Riz Duars for the year 1853. This however does not represent All the Money actually paid by the same parties. There Are the expenses of Clear ing oat the Pilot Money boat Money the Bill of health postage translation fee consular fee and a few Mere charges to be added which make for each ship on an average a farther impost of 15 Rix dollars consequently for 3,487 prussian ships an additional 50,000 Rix dollars per annul. It appears that Stettin alone contributes a quota of 130,000 Rix dollars. This sound toll acts quite As Yiju Rioual on Tho harbours and general Trade of Prussia As it docs on her Ahl Ping. In Ell times Down to the is of april 1854, danish merchantmen freighted with danish colonial produce were exempt from Tou both in the sound and the belt<4 since that Date All ships Are exempt no matter from what Quarter of the world they bring their cargo provided they enter a danish port and there discharge. That is to say they Are in this Case freed from the sound toll. This indulge Nee la for the express purpose of attracting foreign Trade to Denmark to the great and Manifest detriment of All the other Baltic ports belonging to other countries. The Fow extracts we have Given above will enable our readers to comprehend the Gravity of this question respect. Ing the sound tolls in a German Point of View. The clothing Board at Whitehall. To the editor of Ihbe daily Towb. So a your correspondent quot Verax quot in his letter published in your paper of to Day draws but a feeble sketch of the whine and vagaries of the Tot Long Board at White Hall. He is merciful in his remarks. Thanks to the general feeling of a tempt for the whole of the new uniforms their doom is sealed but nevertheless there will be a vast amount of annoyance and expense connected with adopting them by those officers who were in immediate want Ofney clothing orto Young officer joining their respective regiments. With respect to the remark about the Sling quot and quot Frog quot Belt the Best of the joke is that the quot Frog quot was first ordered to be worn by officer under a certain rank Only and the f Sling quot by those above. 1 the new uniforms for the horse and foot artillery have both been withdrawn and an alteration in that of the i Eia in contemplation. The first Tunis for tiie militia was a Ogle breasted. A number were Cut out when to i a new pattern e it was sealed double breasted entailing a Rons Lerable loss and annoyance on the tailors. A helmet Wei sealed Fer the militia artillery. That was also withdrawn after eos regiment had had time to provide the Miralves. These constant alterations have the effect of forcing officer. In self defence to defer giving any orders unless absolutely obliged for immediate wants. We have heard of a regiment in which a Yonng officer entering in the new uniform was refused by the colonel and actually had to prof de himself with the name pattern dress As worn by brother , sc., qty Stob i ort.25, the allowing statement is from Peter m cabe waa wrecked with Lee Arctic and is the Only individual is few As known at present saved from the raft. Ameng All the recorded in Tanicea of physical end trance it try i. Difficult to find one More remarkable than that Vriesen amp a by the Case of Peter m cabe who alter Twenty six hours exposure on a frail raft was rescued by or. Dorian the third mate of the ill fated Arctic. M cabe is a native of Dublin Ireland and is about Twenty five years of age. To has a Fine ingenuous expression of countenance and has altogether toe appearance of a Man who even under the most circumstances would Hope on to the last one of his feet a in a horribly lacerated condition Large pieces of the flesh having been torn from it by robbing against the raft laying the Bone in Many places quite Bare. The skin has also been torn from his fingers and both of Bis hands have a parboiled appearance. He says we left Liverpool on the 20th of september and up to wednesday the 27th, nothing particularly worthy of note occurred. About twelve o clock of that Day when we were about forty Miles off Cape Bace and enveloped in a fog we came in collision with some unknown vessel which waa afterwards however found to be a propeller. The arc a was running at the rate of thirteen knots an hour but the Cone Ussia appeared so slight that no one on Board not even the Captain supposed that the damage was so Exten Sive. His fears were Only excited by the condition of the other Veel which it was believed must be in a sinking state. Immediately after the collision the propeller passed us on the starboard Side when it waa discovered that her Bowa were completely stove in and that she was otherwise extensively damaged. Our course was last anti reversed by orders of the Cap Tain and we went in Pursuit of the vessel for the purpose of rendering her All the aaa Stanco in our Power Little imagining that we were so much in need of is ourselves at the time. Of coming up with the propeller we passed twice round her and then saw Between two and three Hundred people on her deck. By order of Captain Luce one boat containing the first officer or. Gourlie the Boatswain and four or five sailors was sent to her Relief but before they returned he ascertained the fearful extent of the damage to our own vessel. The propeller bad struck her with terrible Force making a Large Hole in her starboard Bow through which the water was pouring in a torrent. Soon after the collision i with others rushed non deck having no apprehensions however As to our safety but in a y Short time we were made aware of the terrible reality. The e boat arrived from the propeller but Captain Luce refused to take the men on Board As he knew they could be of no assistance and that it was better to keep them in readiness to receive the passengers. Tho firemen and engineers driven for their Post by the water now came upon deck increasing the number of the terror stricken crowd. Every one now prepared himself for the worst. The life preservers were brought into requisition and a portion of the Crew set the elves to work in the construction of rafts. The two fore Yard arms were Cut Down>8nd lashed together making a raft about for feet Long and three or four feet wide i was engaged with the rest in making this raft and or. Dorian the third mate took a Moat Active part in the work. When it was finished we launched it on the Larboard Side and in a few minutes after there were about Savenor persons clinging to it four of whom were women. Several other raft were made hut note of them so Large As that on which i was engaged. Door i barrels and in fact everything that floated was tired. On some of these there were two and three but the largest could not support More than four or five. I remained on the vessel till she Sank when i went Down with her. I had been employed a few minutes be fore with two others one of whom was called quot Tom the storekeeper quot in lashing some casks together Ubea i was driven away by the water which was now Rushing in with fearful impetuosity. Jumping upon the paddle Box 1 sprang on the Saloon deck and in an instant was in gulped in the surging Waters which soon closed Over on beads. Down Down we Sank with on Noble vessel into the by of the Ocean and the terrible thought took Possession of Lay mind that i was drowning that i should never see my dear friends and my Home again. I retained my consciousness however All the time i was under a water and it waa with a feeling of intense Joy that i found after about half a minute to Bat was rapidly rising towards the surface. It was All darkness before but now i could see a dim ought above me and in a few seconds i was on the top of the water strut gang for life. Being a Good swimmer and having besides the support of a life preserver i succeeded in reaching a door which was floating a few feet from where i Rose. I looked prot my me but there was no Trace of the vessel except a few Loose timbers and the rafts which were floating about some with and others without passengers. Finding i could not retain my hold of the door with safety i left it and swam to a barrel which Lay a few feet him me from this again i away to the Large raft which had As i have said about 70 persons clinging to it. The sea though not Strong was rough and the Waves As they dashed Over it washed away a portion of its i Viii freight i shall never forget the awful scene. There we were in the midst of the Ocean without the slightest Hope of assistance while every Tinute Ono or More of our unfortunate fellow passengers were dropping into their watery grave from sheer exhaustion. Those who had life preservers did net sink but floated with their ghastly faces upwards reminding those who still remained alive of the Fate that awaited them. In the midst of All this thank heaven i never lost Hope but retained my courage to the last. One by one i saw m unfortunate companions drop off some of them floated of and and gnawed by fishes while others were washed under the Rait and remained with me till i was rescued. I could see their fats in the openings As they were swayed to and fro by the Waves which threatened every moment to Wash me off. The raft at one time was so crowded that Many had to hold on by one hand. Very few words were spoken by any and the Only sound that we heard was the splash of the Watera or the heavy breathing of the poor sufferers As they tried to recover their breath after a wave had passed Over them. Nearly All were submerged to their Arm pits Hile a Feir could with great difficulty keep their Heads above the surface. The women were the mat to go. They were tunable stand the exposure More than three or four hours. A Liv All fell eff the raft without a word except one poor girls who cried out in intense agony quot of my poor Mother and . When i was about eighteen hours on the raft there we re a not More than three or four left. One of these gave in what appeared to be a Small map but which i understood him to say was a sort of title deed to Bis property. In a few moments after i took it be a loosed his hold and a added trates. A a the usual quarterly gaol session was held on tue ads in the old cd undo chamber Guildhall quot the mayor it sir Samuel Bignold it in the Ealr. The other in Gist fates present were the recorder t. 0. Springfield �seq-iesq., i Woodcock Esq., n. Palmer �aq., a. Hudson Esq., s. S. Beare Esq., j. G. Johnson Joab. Chamberlin Esq., h. Bolingbroke Esq and e. W. Blake Esq. The visiting justices of the it gaol were re appointed and the town clerk was chosen clerk. On the motion that the present visiting justices of the Lunatic asylums of the i a or. S. S. Beare bar. H. To. Log broke or. E. Wilett or. J. H. Barnard or. J Seltser sir s. Bignold and or. C. Gibson surgeon a should be re appointed or. Palmer asked if some report bad not been made by the Visi Fiig justices in refer Cato some one of the asylums during the past year. If a report had been made let it to read that the court might know what bad been done. The mayor a report to whom ? to the commissioners in Utincy or. Palmer i Don t know to whom i should like to Tow. I understand Soma report has been made by the visiting justices and i should like to know if a report has be a made by them ? a i town clerk a should like to know what report you Are a ung for. The visiting justices make certain minutes every Lime they visit the Asylum. Or. Palmer i Don t ask you Fer anything common hot Jbf Ping eur tim have not the visiting juices a Tow quot Cle they have made so me iraqi Arriea ,itf8the inquiries i want to la about. These gentlemen of come for re App Ite eat a i i should like to know How they have done their duty during the past year. Or. Johnson we might make the medical appointment it once. The decor Der yes. You won t object to that mrp will you a or. Palmer i Don t know sir. We have had so Many rumours so Many reports and so Many letters in the newspapers that we shall not do our duty if we Don t inquire into the matter before to make the appointment of visiting justices at All. I Don t wish to cast any eur upon the present visiting magistrates hut i will not consent to their re appointment till i know How they have executed the duties of their office. The decor Der but surely we Don t wont to have All the Viatora minutes read. Or. Palmer or. Staff knows very Well what has been done. It the town clerk of yes sir there has been an inquiry. ,. Palmer that s what i want to know about. The town clerk there waa an inquiry As to two houses or. Palmer Well let s hear about both of them. The town clerk there was an inquiry held on the 22nd of june last at the instance and request of the proprietors of Heigham Hall Asylum. These Are the minutes of that inquiry if Yon wish me to read them. The mayor they Are very lengthy. The decor Der if or. Palmer likes a a or. Palmer of really if the reports which have been in circulation Are Correct and if there is any truth whatever in the letters written in the newspapers something very wrong has been going on in some of our asylums. The decor Der then the minutes of the inquiry had better be read. The other magistrates concurring. The town clerk read the following document "22nd june 1854. Quot meeting of the visitors of Lunatic As Lunis within the to the number that floated about the raft. I endeavoured to get the paper into my pocket but found this impossible on account of my cramped position so i placed it Between my Teeth and held it there till i was overwhelmed by a wave when i lost my hold of it and it was washed away. Another who had an oiled silk Oaton called on me for Heavin s Sake to assist him As Ufa Stren was rapidly failing Aad be Moat fall off if not rec cd. As be was about four or five feet from me it was difficult to re Ach Bun but after a a Psi durable exertions i succeeded in doing so and helped him with one my a a i became quite faint when i waa obliged to be amp re him to his Fate. Poor Ferow he promised me if ctr he got w new York alive he would Reward me Well. He Clung with terrible Denaci to life but he too dropped off in his turn. I was now left alone on the raft not a solitary Belne waa have put of seventy but still my Hope continued Strong. Tonight of uie second Day waa about closing on me. And during the whole time i had been in Tho water i has not Cabot a particle of anything or drank a drop. My strength i found was beginning to give Way Aini my sight had become so that i could not perceive objects a few feet off even the Ghe try faces of the dead that looked up at to from under the Reft were hardly discernible. I determined on making one Mora Effort for life i raised myself on my Knees upon the raft and through the dusk of the evening i saw or thought Isaw a vessel. My a Reneth seemed to revive and in a few minutes i heard tha voice of persons in a boat approaching to. Ten minutes More and i too would have gone but Providence had Meroy of me and after Twenty six hours exposure i was by itt mercy preserved from a watery grave. The boat i afterwards Learned belonged to the Huron and was manned the third mate of the Arelo Captain Grann angers sad some Sailor. One Oft Henien caught hold of me by the Collar and dragged me into the Bow of the boat where i Lay in Tho last it of exhaustion Tail w88transferred on Board the Huron from which vol was placed on the Lebanon and finally on the Pilot boat Christian Berg on Board of which i arrived at this port. Or. Nie his s request and ref Asid that the of a Maingi a Tate ent a conversation with Chi i and that he was ready to at it of of. That he in reference to the Peculiar of this used the expression of which the proprietors of. He Ogham Hall As Luin complained. Be then read the correspondence which had passed Tatleen him Aad or. Watson relative to the matter in dispute. Or. Bank lag and Bis co proprietor exp Resad a Strong desire that or. Cann should be called in to state what he knew of the subject under inquiry which the visited assented to. Quot or. Cann said i reside at Wymondham and am clerk to the magistrates. I attend hero to give All the information in my Power. It is two years ago and i May not to Able to remember All. The Circuns stances. A charge was made by a woman residing at Hethersett near Wymond it Ham against the Bev. A. For attempting to commit a rape on her child which was under the age of 12 years. Her deposition was taken and atom to quite enough to justify a warrant against him which was prepared i Felt with my father the magistrate that or. A we Labouring under some com int and communicated with the Rev. Or. Andrews and Ira a inquiries i made it appeared he was Labouring under insanity. It waa therefore hinted to or. Andrews that if something was done within a certain time the warrants would note to be executed. Quot the woman s state nent was that of her return Home from Church she found the child non the bed i am told he enquired of his House keeper some hours before if he might with impunity commit the offence quot in answer to questions by or. Sultzer one of the visitors or. Cann replied that Tho magistrate withe d the warrant in consequence of the station in life of or City of Norwich and county of the same City held at the Guildhall of the same City on thursday the z2nd of june 1854, at one o clock in the afternoon by summons present sir Samuel Bignold major. H. Barnard Esq.,Edward Willett Esq., Horatio Bolingbroke Esq., John Sultzer Esq s. S. Beare Esq., c. Gibson Esq., . Quot the mayor stated that he had been directed to Convene the present meeting by request of the proprietors of Higham Hall Asylum of which establishment or. William Peter Nichols and or. John Ferra Watson Are licensees ice Tuure into certain statements made by or. Hull a phys Ian resident in the Day in reference to the admission .of-,88 an alleged Lunatic into that Asylum non improper certificates and with a View to frustrate the ends of Justice. Quot the propriety of allowing gentlemen of the Legal prof it appear for the parties interested was discussed and the visitors expressed their Epin Lon that it would be Suffi Orient if the proprietors of the Asylum were represented by or. Banking one of the partners in or. Hull made his own statement in answer to the com put against him. A quot Tho clerk to the visitors produced a copy of the order of and Sion of into the Heigham Hall Asylum dated Bis brother and copies of the me by William Henry George Gillett of Rooke surgeon the originals of which order were afterwards produced by or. Watson. Quot then addressed the visitors and stated that he bad recently become ene of the proprietors of Heigham Hall Asylum and naturally Felt a Gre it t interest in the continuance of tiie respectability of that establishment. That Bis having embarked a considerable sum of Money in the undertaking would he thought to a sufficient guarantee for his own belief in the honourable Way in which that Asylum had hitherto been and is now conducted. That or. Hull bad publicly stated that or. Nichols had boasted to him of his having rescued a Clergyman from the Gripe of the Law and that he or. Hull could not Sanction such conduct and should in future decline to recommend patients to the Asylum. That he or. Banking and his co proprietors a were Moat anxious to have the matter fully investigated and he Muat distinctly affirm that he did not believe a word of truth existed in or. Hull s allegations. That Ince the alleged improper admission of a or. Hull had signed the medical certificates for the admission of two Otner patients into the Asylum and it was not till he or. Ranking entered into the partnership that or. Hull said anything of that which he now states passed Between him and or. Nichos. Or. Watson produced the original order and medical certificates upon which was admitted into the Asylum and addressing the visitors stated that he had this morning received a letter from the Rev. William Warta Andrews stating that he waa ready to testify to the ins Ralty of a at the time he waa removed from Bis Andrews a neigh Bou Rhood. That in addition to that evidence he Watson could produce before the visitors or. Cann of Wymond Ham in Norfolk who was Well acquainted with the Circum stances attending the removal of to the Asylum. That had made Tho usual Lum upon the and his observations from time to Tifis until he was discharged and proceeded to read from such Book the entries so made by him or extracts there idiom which in substance Are As follows quot that was charged before a magistrate acting for the Wymondham division of the county of Norfolk with a my tips to violate a girl under the ape of 12 years that the convinced of the insanity of a did not chose to entertain the Case end gave sufficient time for pro Enrina it Bis admission into a Lunatic Asylum. That on 2pth june 1852, he was still anxious to surrender himself do to Justice Abd was suffering much from indigestion. Quot on 5th july a he joined the family dinner and admitted he a amoral unto ted. Quot on 13 the change of manner. Quot on 25th anxious to be dle charged. Quot of 4th sept Vas this Day discharged and appointed Chapel to the a Lum. Quot the past three months a Hen discharged the duties of chaplain to the male Side of the Bouse with Seal. Quot or. Watson then resumed his statement As follows quot a com Menrad his duties As chaplain on the 19th sept 1852, end has continued to perform them with Satis faction to the present time. The commissioners of lunacy have recognised a As chaplain. That or Hull stated it that or. Nichols rescued a person charged with rope from the Gripe of the Law to a question from or. Seltser one of the visitors whether there were any other medical men applied to Thant Bose who signed the certificates or. Watson answered it i applied to or. Dashwood but he was ill in bed and could not see the patient a or. . Mills waa also applied to. After i had visited a i called upon or. Mills and requested him to see. He did so and on Bis return Tola me he could observe no traces of insanity in that he appeared very Anxionat to be punished for the offence committed by him and that he or. Milla was of opinion that he ought to be punished. Itiat or. Muis having refused to give a certificate. Or. Hull was applied to but did not see the patient. Quot or. Hun being then called upon stated that in the month of june 12, on the Day named in the order for the admission of into tiie Asylum or. Nichols called upon him and stated that a county gentleman a member of a High county family has committed a rape that the family wished to make him out mad that the person himself i de to be made out mad. That he air. Nichols had rescued him from custody and brought him to Norwich. That homr. Nichols wanted a second medical certificate to set him into Hia Asylum when once secured he or. Echols should de that who hundreds a year in Lils Nichols pocket. That be requested a Rte Licata on the und that after the commission of the offence the person had stated that a the Devil was inside him prompting him. Or. Hull then processed to Etta that is detained to comply with to give atsrtificato., Kia mayor Well or. Falmer do you ,7t k the sub Ataa of Hia of bands quot a a or. Palmer Cert Only and i shall ask to i. Names of the magistrates taken Down. La or. Sult Xera As one of the visitors i to under the circumstances give a silent a a a extent with my and i think that circumstances have occurred item of this matter which have Diane tired on b. From a renewal of the Cense. At tiie same time other Drou Stancea to be Uken into consider wit re a a have great pleasure in taking Thea Opportunity Toam to car As the internal arrange Meata of thu tha treatment of Tho patient Are concerned the highest credit non the Rei Deot pro drip i never a quot it a quot a a it nah great i position of Itma Uca Are be Well cared for a in quot treated with a View to their restoration to Circum Taace would certainly induce me to in favour of the renewal of tiie License say that Tho conduct of one of tiie pro Eta Asylum has been As wrong a possible Icahn iii ii i fury which must to inflicted on Tho Otisi the refusal of the License seeing the be fris manner in which All Tho arrangements Are carried cause of the misconduct of that one proprietor Rii fore should certainly if we come to a Yote renewal of tha Cense. I Hope or. Jahnei. Out this Diac Aaion and having shown Tho far. As the visiting nudist rate Are concerned a a a a flinched from their duty will be induced to so motion and not Force uie magistrates to come can Bear my testimony to Tho Able manner in Chi table lament has been conducted at the Maine Ttaha i probably bad be been a poor Man the Case would have been different. The usual Ouray would be to prove the Offe aca Flat and afterwards to consider the plea of tar. Cann then withdrew the. Quot quot decor Der All this difficulty arises from the alteration of the Law. Formerly the Man s insanity would have been inquired into when he was put upon his trial. That . V. Or. Paliner Rabat Stamata gives a magistrate Power to int fire into a Mait s insanity. ,. ,. The decor Der a vary lats Statuto does it. Or. Paid Nero rebound like to gives tc0 Magla trate any such Power. A the town clerk proceeded i quot further statements and counter statements were made being considered by the visitors a irrelevant to the subject under inquiry no detailed Noto is taken of them. Or. Hull explained that such certificates though subsequently signed were not new cases but were forwarded on negotiations which had occurred prior to Tho application for the a sri Ficat As to or. A. Quot or. Watson the Bev. Or. Cobb has accepted the services of or. For the Parish of Saint Margaret. Quot or. Nichols i emphatically Deay having used thee ascribed to me by or. the parties then retired. The visitors having considered the statements and documents submitted to them agreed to the following resolutions a quot first that the Bev.-,by being placed in the Asylum under the circumstances appearing on this inquiry waa reached from the Gripe of the Law on a criminal charge. Quot the order Aud medical certificates upon which be was admitted into the Asylum were regular and in the form prescribed by the act of parliament in that behalf. in the opinion of Tho visitors or. Is not a proper percen to have been appointed or to continue to officiate As chaplain to the Asylum. Quot Signe a Samuel Bignold mayor , Edward Willett Horatio Bolingbroke John Sultzer Samuel s. Beare c. Gibson . Or. Palmer was not some communication made by the visitors to the lunacy commit Adonera ? the town clerk after the inquiry the parties requested that they might have copies of the minutes and a copy was famished to the proprietors of the House and a copy to or. Hull. I afterwards Tren admitted a copy of the proceedings to the Commisa Onera in lunacy and after a considerable lapse of time i received an answer simply acknowledging the receipt of my letter with the enclosure and giving no opinion upon the subject. The mayor i think it is evident that we did not flinch irom the la Baige of oar duty. Hear hear the question now before the court la whether the present visiting justices should be re appointed. The decor Der i have great pleasure in moving their reappointment or. Palmer i had no idea that the me Tes had not done their duty but i was determined to arrive at the real truth of the Case and not to rest upon Mere newspaper reports. I wished the it the real facts of the Case might go Forth to the world and show that the magistrates have hot flinched from doing their duty. Or. Johnson the magistrates have done All they could a All they could be expected to do. The recorder certainly. Nowai. Of licenses. The town clerk having been re appointed Cler to the visiting justices the court proceeded to consider the apply appointed d to Conan cations for renewal of Pucens is for Lunatic a slams for the ensuing year. Tho town clerk said the first application was from or. W. P. Nichols or. J. F. Watson and or. W. H. King for a License for Heigham Ball Asylum for the the reception of 28 male and 22 female patients. Or. C. Evans who appeared in support of the application said a on behalf of these gentlemen Lam instruct dec. To move the court that the License applied for May he granted and i should like to state one thing in reference to the report read to the court by or. Stem. After that report was sent to the commissioners in lunacy the proprietors applied to the commissioners begging them to investigate the arcu Stancea under which the pen Tieman who has been alluded to was admitted into their Asylum it was Only in the course of last week that they got from the commissioner their opinion upon that application which if Yon will allow me i will read to the court a quot offices of the commissioner in lunacy october 11, 1854. Quot gentlemen a with reference to the correspondence and discussion which has taken place respecting the Bev. Can be worse i scarcely know terms press the disapprobation with which i View siem a Means resorted to by Oue of Tho proprietor. Is or. Palmer it is very disagreeable Lorne , magistrate a to come to a vote in which i staid alone but if a or. R i my a Ato Yust ii the commit Adonera in lunacy deem it Only fair towards you to say that they satisfied that when sent to Heigham Hall be was insane and a proper person to be placed As Auch under medical care in an am &c., quot b. W. S. or. Palmer i Don t pin my Faith upon the report of any commissioners of lunacy whatever. I should like to know upon what evidence or upon what inquiry they have come to that conclusion ? i have Beard quite sufficient of the report made by gentlemen in whom we have the utmost Confidence to make me come to a totally different Coa Clu Aion. We have heard that in june 1852, the Man goes mad according to that statement. In september 1852, he is made chaplain of the Asylum and he has continued to act As chaplain of the Asylum nearly up to the present time. Although the proprietors of the eatable Ament knew he was recovered they did not trouble themselves when he was made a Boarder patient to have a personal inspection made of him by the commissioners in lunacy the act of parliament expressly provides that no one who has been a patient in an Asylum shall be continued in that Asylum As a Boarder till he shall be personally examined by two commissioners in lunacy and till they have Given their assent in writing to his being continued in the Bouse. If the commissioners have come to the conclusion which they have stated in their letter i say they have Moat grossly neglected their duty because we have it before of that for two years this Man Hea been allowed to officiate As Chaplin to this Asylum. The proprietors of the Alum by their own acts show their opinion of his being Chaphin by not admitting him to the female Side of the Asylum Aad leaving him amongst the males. That appears to be very like a subterfuge for the purpose of getting rid of the provisions of the act of Parlia Brent and i for one Wilnot vote for the renewal of the License to any persons who have attempted by any Means whatever to get oat of the provisions of an actor parliament. I move that this License be not granted. Or. Evons May i be permitted to aay one word ? i m september 1852, to june 1854, during which time to gentleman officiated As chaplain he did so with the for quot knowledge of the commissioners in lunacy and the visiting justices. Or. Hudson yes the commit Alondre have been fre lentil Down. Or. Falmer i Hope then that if they have go neglected their duty it will to made the subject of inquiry in another place. _ _ Friend areas to withhold doing it a very serious injun to on respectable Neighbours and inflict much inconvenience on the Public. I quot Suol or. Chamberlin seconded the motion. Or. Johnson i am placed perhaps in a Peculiar Posi ion on the present occasion because i May be supposed to have some professional acquaintance with a subject of this kind. I cannot agree with or. Palmer that we can pronounce and judgment non the sanity or insanity of the patient the Law req Kilrea that certain things shall be done and to require Orienta have been duly observed. The Nacri Isary cd Ratific te3 were a dutch to Theo Waers of the Asylum upon the admission or this patient and therefore i magistrate a we have a right to presume that he waa legally admitted and wan in the Eye of the Law a Lunatic at that time. I am bound also to say however that i totally and thoroughly agree with the visiting magistrates in the opinion they gave of the appointment of a patient to the office in which he was placed. Certainly As a magistrate and from every Point of View i strongly deprecate the Appolit Mentor the individual alluded to to the office which this person held in the Asylum but i think enough Haa been done As the visiting magistrate a have said they do not Sanction the proceedings. Having received their report i pm not prepared to withhold the a Cense upon a matter of this kind although i would not at All attempt to blink the part of the question i have alluded to. I consider in the Eye of the Law the individual alluded to was pronounced by those who were called upon by Law to pronouns their opinion to be a Lunatic the detaining my was another matter which i think the parties Are not Likely to repeat or. Palmer we Don t know whether or. A la not in the Asylum now. A or. Eva a no i. Beg a Pardon is is oos a the House. To has not a ted m chaplain Tinea june. A a a of. A a a my Mem mme a my we Vamp Cuvo Vul beg to move that the License be granted As of the proprietors of Thia House is not to be if Forf a not withdraw the question before the court. A three of them transgressed the provi Aiona of the act Efi a Talent the act 1� As positive As possible. No a a been a patient in ail Asylum shall continue in sit a a a Boarder till he personally exam hrs is commoners in Lupe Whid Gie. Mieir amid a Rem Mingin in ing. A or. Hudson Hui not that been done ? or. Sul Tsera no it has not been done to the Asylum i asked the question. Or. Palmer then or. Hudson give to Lead i. That if Yuu Are a visiting a trates a or. Hudaon i am not air. Or. Palmer Rhen sir i now Tell you it Haa not w done and i Call upon you for your vote Ara Init the or. Hudson you certainly Shan t have it 1 is prised or. Mayor at Thia personal attack. I an Otiva that anything i have done can justify and. Grantum. Making a personal attack upon me. I shall act As it my duty to act i think it my duty Nader the i Atances to vote for the granting of this License and i do know Why i am to to singled out for attack. App Sanjel i know that the lunacy commie Adonera Bave Bendon Over and Over again at this eatable Ament and most pro bal they saw this person. Or. Sul Taero i did not know till my last visit that k bad been continued in the House without the a Cen forms being complied with but i then Learnt that a the Case. Or. Palmer there has been a neglect of the exp Capra. Visions of the act of parliament. Or. Bolingbroke the commissioner being a yet Mimi he was kept in the eatable Ament a Littie while bed la time he ought to have been. The decor Der i wonder whether we could not Adjoian this matter. Or. Springfield but the infringement of the Law i so at an end. Or. Evans allow me to Call attention to an entry in to Book of the 10 the of May 1853. It appears that Theesa. Missioner in lunacy who made it Wea aware that this Goa Leman performed duty. Bar. Palmer give us the name of the commissioner made the entry. Or. Evans it is quot w. G. he says quot Divisi service is performed in the House by a Clergyman res Deai in the the visiting magistrate a also aay quot Mitiu service is performed on sunday by a Clergyman of la Church of England recently discharged from the Aillia but now resident there. September 1852." or. Palmer who signed that ? is signed quot p. Money and e. Cops Mia or. Palmer my great objection to the renewal Catli License is that the parties who apply for it have Milfs ii and knowingly infringed the provisions of an actor pull ment and that for their own Lucre and gain. That is tia of action have. The recorder that Only applies to one of tiie Propri Etea or. Palmer Yea to two of them Watson and Itshok the decor Der now or. Banking has come into Tharesa Cern and he i believe. Is a Man universally respected. Or. Springfield i have never heard any one exp Hia self otherwise with Rea Peet to him. Or. Palmer i object to Persona violating the act of pm i Ament .1 or Johnson Sappho we granted the h canst predating the irregularity gave the proprietors Oles 6 understand that a repetition of it would entail tha d their licenses ? or. Hudson that is a course for the visiting magi Tinsa the decor Der in this Case a be Peculiar response by reats Pon me because by a special provision of tha Uta parliament on the subject the new License cannot b granted unless i sign it. This is a great Respoli Bill because other gentlemen May perhaps feel disposed to act As i act and i am now obliged to sign this Linsk and to acknowledge that i am to a certain extent a out rising a person to keep a Luaato a Lum who has Tiola Tei the Law. This is a serious responsibility but Aith Saa it Gia trates Here All say that or. Banking the new prop iii a a most respectable Man and a Man in whom the bin the greatest Confidence i consider that we shall be Oitim n licensing the Asylum in consequence of or. Banking l name being introduced and our understand log that Hail to to really an acting proprietor. Otherwise i really doa t think that we could do this because it is a matter for thu exercise of our discretion and when we find that the of Bas been violated we might be considered to be Nikki ski the violation of a most important statute. Under the i pedal circumstances of the Case i cannot support or. Palmer a cause if the License were refused great Losa Woald m c3 the parties interested and also some Public would be produced. Or. Falmer having elicited the expression of Joor opinion air i will withdraw my motion. Hear hear if i had not done so however i would have persevere digit even if i had stood alone. The License was then granted and the application Lis id the infirmary Asylum were Ala the Heil assent Ham Retreat and to. The a stated that the Bench Lis of the Temple Are at last putting their House in order in pet Eton of the inquiry which a to take place into thai Aas of court on the meeting of parliament. Several impious Mente Are shortly to be earned into effect with regard to the building the Moat prominent of which is Thad lotion of All the houses abutting on the round Tower of their Beautiful Church together with the mean Chambers constituting Tho South aide of churchyard court. At once Lay open to proper View that most splendid Edip a the unique relic of the Templar in England. Not a have also been served on Tho few remaining to Deimen of six in number who still occupy shops within their Tamra of the Temple. The two temples inner and mime to then be exclusively occupied by barrister and student in Law. A considerable reduction in tiie rents is also to m made. The Price of the dinners is Alao to be fixed at 2i. M., both for the Barand students. The lord Chancellor s levee of the Jui and the the first Day of uie ensuing Mimas term which commences in thursday next Tsa Day of november Tho eight Hon. Lord Kranwi High chancelor win entertain the master of thabous lords justices the several vice chances or the we chief Justice of England and the judges of tha Terem courts of Queen s Bench common pleas and Ewe As Alao the leading Queen s counsel and be Jean at Iava w breakfast at Hia mansion in upper Brook Street go quot Square previous to his Lorda Bip and the judge pm few to open their respective courts at Westminster ii quot ship at the same time will hold Hia general levee of Mei of the bar who have been elevated to the rank of in Ems counsel or Serjeant a at Law. Presentation of the lord maybe la the lord presentation of jew Graham Meon Esq., Alderman of the Ward of for a Tho lord mayor elect for Tho year ensuing to Chancellor will Toko place at eleven o clock on Thoi i Bend accompanied by Tho sheriffs and it of aldermen will be presented by the eco it end Oman nov. For the a fit quot ceremony i a Ocenior Wui Tase piece a eleven Cioca. The 2nd Day of november next at the mansion of hot ship in upper Brook Street the lord mayor elect vow will be accompanied by the court of aldermen with the usual formalities and Tion of her a esty. The Gebman proc mation the cent Huu sea ions. Christian Schan teff 27, we Chi with having unlawful by and by certain false Preun Ces cured a German girl named auguate Muria f. Being under the age of 21 Yeara for the purposes of i quot a tuition. The jury after a Brief consultation my verdict of guilty on All the count of the indictment. Prisoner was then sentenced to two Yeara a nip quot a quot a quot a Fly hard Bour. This Case occupied the court of War w Bours chief in in consequence of several Legal to quot a quot k g Rico to discussion. At Tho close or. Seymour a a recorder to Grant a Case in order that it might be Imp quot Tho Superior court. The recorder said he bad not a mined whether to should Grant a Case or not by ter should have his serious consideration. On Weda morning the prisoner waa again placed in the Dock comb with committing an assault on the prosecute no. Found guilty on the charge and sentenced to six my quot. Imprisonment Tho discussion relative to the Granny a Case was resumed and ultimately the recorder Reid a to Crant of Feria. Mails to following notice Lia hed by the postmaster general yesterday a quot pm for China will be made up and despatched on a each month via Southampton and on the 25w of _ month tia Mara Eues As heretofore but instep of sent direct from Pont de Galle Ceylon they warded to Calcutta at which place a Steamer Wuis a f. I video to carry Theu on to

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