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    MR. EDITOR—The Launceston people are so much accustomed to be humbugged—and are so successfully humbugged—by certain persons among them that it may be fairly imagined they ...

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  3. Local Intelligence.

    The late Fire on the Wharf.—The following account of the late fire will be found correct from the time the writer arrived at the scene, which Was shortly before 2 a.m.:—Some men ...

    Article : 2,405 words
  4. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle.

    SIR.—Allow me to offer A few suggestions relative to the late fire. That there was a great want of discretion and management is evident to the most casual observer. ...

    Article : 360 words



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