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  2. CHAPTER III.

    LORD and Lady Maulevrier left Southampton next morning, posting. They took two servants in the rumble, Steadman and the footman. Steadman was to valet his lordship, the footman to be useful in all emergencies of the journey. The ...

    Article : 3,613 words
  3. The Aborigines of New South Wales— their Habits, Laws, and Customs.

    THEIR most well-known gathering is a corrobberie, or corrobbora as they call it themselves. This. dance (or dances) has a great ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,641 words
  4. The Mort Statue.

    ACTIVE steps are being taken for placing the Mort Memorial Statue in position, and are being directed' by Mr. T. H. Sapsford, the Sydney city architect. All the necessary material has arrived from Italy, and one corner ...

    Article : 171 words
  5. CHAPTER IV.—THE LAST STAGE.

    The posthorses—which had been well fed, but accommodated somewhat poorly in barn and stable—were quite ready to go on next mourning; but Lord Maulevrier was not able to leave his room, where her ladyship remained in close ...

    Article : 1,106 words
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