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Sir,-Inieply to )our correspondent U. D W." in 1 ndnj s issue, nllow me to say, m reference to the late (.oxernor Latrobe's cottage residence in Jolimont, that previous to its removal, about seven )ears ago, I had two photographs taken of it, one of vv inch I sentto the editor ot TheAuslnilasianlikUüiei, in the hope that some du) it might bo useful for a refeience to the dwelling of Port Phil- lip's first Governor, as wellot (as I believe) two other em I) colonists, Bishop Perr) and the now Might lion Hugh C 13 Childers -
I am, ive , JOHN S1IAHP.
Jolimont, May 3
A NEW Youie correspondent of a London paper states that the convict whose Buffer- ings were so graphically described in Dickens'. "American Notes" was recently released. The unhappy man, fniling to lind a refuge elsewhere, begged to be allowed to return to his old cell, and bo has died there.