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The publisher also acknowledges the courtesy of Mr.Ferres, the Government printer, in supplying original documents, and of Mr.Learmonth, Pettett, Waldie, Winter, Fisken, Coghill, and Bacchus; and the Rev.Thomas Hastie is still living at the Manse at Buninyong.Less than 20 years ago there was not a house where now stands this wealthy mine and farm-girdled city, whose population is nearly equal to the united populations of Oxford and Cambridge, and exceeding by several thousands the united populations of the cities of Winchester, Canterbury, Salisbury, and Lichfield at the time of the gold discovery.
Some of these are still in the service, and retain the respect they won in the more troublous times by their judicious and humane administration of an obnoxious law, for the existence of which they were in no way responsible.
He has borrowed some facts and figures, too, from Mr.
Harrie Wood's ably compiled notes, published in Mr.
Gold was found plentifully, and warehouse, hotel, and saloon crowded close with dwelling and church along the thoroughfare.
A summer flood surprised the dwellers on the lowland and carried off lives as well as property, mingling a tragic sorrow with the losses of the unsuccessful.
The reproduced proclamations by the Government, which the reader will find at intervals, as well as many of the original documents, are the fruit of that gentleman's assiduity in collecting materials of interest and pertinence.