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PRUDENCE FABRO: Swiss woman. Stealing charge. 7 year old child with her. Company of Willman. Left Lamplough by coach. (VPG 29/12/1859.)

A.D. FAHNEKER: UL 21/3/1860

S. FAIRBROTHER: UL 14/3/1860.

MRS F.A.J.: UL 28/3/1860.


JOHN G.H. FALKINER: Refreshment licence granted. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/6/1860). J. GST. FALKNER: Refreshment licence. (VGG No 101, p 1541, 17/8/1860.)

FALKNER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 21/3,18/5,


ADAM AND THOMAS FALKNER (FAULKNER): Farming family Bet Bet Creek. (BS 6/11/1860, NWC 8/11/1860.) Thomas, aged about 20. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/12/1860, repeated Arg. 7/12/1860, repeated Age 8/12/1860). To Maryborough Sessions on horse stealing charge. (NWC 6/12/1860, 13/12/1860 BS 7/12 and 11/12/1860.) Very strong case against them. (REJ 7/12/1860.) Letter Thos. Falkner. (BS 18/12/1860.) Case. (MADA 6/3/1861). Thomas: Escaped from police at Creswick on 31 March. English. 26-28 years. Well known Portland, Belfast, Lamplough. Mother lives on Ballarat and Daisy Hill Road. (VPG 23/4/1863.)

MESSRS FALKNER: Bet Bet, Lamplough. Lost horse notice. (VGG No 62 p 950, 18/5/1860).

F. FALKNER: Horse stolen on 2nd. (VPG 15/12/1859.)

P. FANNING: UL 7/3/1860.

FARMER’S HOTEL: Lamplough road. Licence. John Bourne. (VPG 19/8, 30/9/1871).

ALICE FARNLEY: Maiden name. See birth of Elizabeth Jane Taylor.

WILLIAM FARRAND: Robbed. Miner, Lamplough. (Age 26/4/1860.) Knocked down by three men and robbed. (VPG 3/5/1860.)

W.H. FARRAR: UL 7/3/1860.

MR FARRELL: Public House. Avoca. Case. (MAM 29/4/1856).

JOHN FARRELL: A claim about one and a half miles from Lamplough. (MADA 29/8/1860).

K. FARRER: Landholder, Lamplough, 9/12/1889.


WILLIAM FARRER: Son JOSEPH N. born Lamplough 1860. (No 10943 WM).

MR FARQUHARSON: Celebrated tenor expected at Lamplough soon. (MADA 9/3/1860).

JOHN FASE: Charge of being a dangerous lunatic. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6/1860).

J. FASSNIDG: UL 15/2/1860. JOHN FASSNIDGE: UL 7/3/1860.

MRS FAULKNER: Bet Bet Creek. Lost horse notice. (VGG No 22 p339, 17/2/1860).

ISAAC FAULKNER: Robbed and house burgaled on 19 March. (VPG 29/3/1860.)

R. FAWCETT: UL 7/3/1860.

WM FEARON: UL 21,28/3/1860.

CATH FEATHERSTONE: Maiden name. See birth of Charles P. Hanley.


MRS FEE: UL 14/3/1860.

MARY FEE: UL 28/3/1860.

C. FELTON: UL 7/3/1860.

FR. FENNELLY: Catholic priest of the Parish of Carisbrook (near Maryborough). (See Page 210, “Track of the Years”, Yvonne S. Palmer, MUP, 1955). Took charge at Maryborough on 15/7/1851. First Baptism 20/7/1857. (Hooper Thesis p 153. H.V. Nunn p. 33. ) Father Finnelly: “… who has been stationed at Avoca for some time past …” (MADA 13/2/1860). Catholic Church being built. Open Sunday next (4/3?) 60′ x 30′ . (MADA 2/3/1860). The Catholic Priest who has a circuit. from Avoca to Inglewood attends Maryborough Hospital. (MADA 6/4/1860). First to build a place of worship at Lamplough. Services at Back Creek before. (BS 20/7/1860.) Notice by R.F. Fennelly, Catholic Clergyman, Carisbrook, re visit of Bishop to Carisbrook, Back Creek, Maryborough and Lamplough. (MADA n.d. 1/8/1860?) References in REJ Diary to his presence at Lamplough, often in company with Barrister Boyle. (REJ 27/2, 2/3, 3/3, 13/4, 21/4, 5/5/, 16/6/, 7/7, 28/7/1860). Opened chapel at Beaufort Sunday week. (MAA 26/2/1861). Performed baptisms in the Avoca area, including Lamplough, last one by him on 5/2/1871. N.B. First Catholic baptism at Lamplough on 9/9/1856. At Maryborough until 9/2/1871. (H.V. Nunn, p.33.) FATHER RICHARD F.X. FENNELLY: ordained at All Hallows, Ireland, September 1855. One of three priest brothers. Three years at Ballarat. Carisbrook, Geelong, Castlemaine. December 1860 opened school at Lamplough. Hamilton 1870. Creswick 1875. Retired end of 1880. Died Williamstown February 1882. “Pioneer Catholic Victoria”, Rev Walter Ebsworth, Polding Press, Melbourne, 1973.)

DAVID FENTON: UL 7/3/1860.

W. FENTON: UL 15/2/1860.

WILLIAM FENWICK: Appt. notice from Chief Secretary’s Office 4/8/1856, Chairman of Local Court for District of Avoca. MG No 94 5/8/1856, p 1278.)

ALEXANDER MARSHALL FERGUSON: Knocked down and robbed. (VPG 26/1/1860.) Robbed between Lamplough and Avoca. (BA 27/1/1860. BS via Age 26/1/1860.).

COLIN FERGUSON: SI, 22/5/1861.

J.M. FERGUSON: UL 7/3/1860.

WILLIAM FERGUSON: Lamplough Police Court. (RADA 20/6/1860).


G. FETCH: UL 9/4/1860.

MISS FEWTRELL: UL 15/2/1860.

P.R. FEWTRELL: UL 21/3/1860, 4/4/1860.

FIDDLER’S HILL: Near Linger and Die. Rush. (BS 7/6/1860.) New hill, shall but hard. (Age 7/6/1860.) New ground very patchy. (Age 14/6/1860.)


FIELD: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3,4/4/1860).

MRS FIELD: UL 4/4/1860.



G.W. FIELD: UL 9/4/1860.

J. FIELD: UL 7/3/1860.

JANE FIELD: UL 18/4/1860.

R.E. FIELD: UL 9/4/1860.

FIERY CREEK: From its hue. Gold from … (MADA 18/4/1860). Rush near the lagoon, three miles from Charlton (Fiery Creek). 200 miners. (MADA 23/7/1860).

FIFESHIRE HOTEL: James Herd. Watch and rifle stolen. (VPG 12/7/1860.)

FILBY: Butcher. Avoca. (VP 1859-1860. No 71.)

ROBERT FILBY: Asst. butcher. Oliver Cooper. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

FANNY FINCH: Woman of colour. McDonough represented her on 19/11/1855. Liquor case. (MAM 23/11/1855.) Coloured lady. Coffee and dining room, Castlemaine. Financial difficulties. (R.A. Bradfield, ‘Tastlemaine …”) Restaurant keeper, Lamplough. Insolvent. (Age 20/11/1860.) Case adjourned. (Age 7/12/1860.)

W. FINCHAN(?): UL 14/3/1860.

THOS FINLAY: SL 22/5/1861.

FRANCES FINLAYSON: Maiden name. See birth of Margaret Ann McKay.

W. FINNEY: UL 15/2/1860, 7,14/3/1860.


FIRCH: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 28/3/1860).

ELIZABETH FISH: GLH. HD. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

ELIZABETH FISH JUNIOR: HD. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

EMMA FISH: HD. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

JAMES FISH: GLH. Minerr. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

WILLIAM FISH: Son Alfred born Lamplough 1860. (No 10938 BDM) GLH. Sawyer. Signed Police request petition 21/5/1866. Signed school petition 5/2/1873. Sawyer. House and 10 acres. 10 residents. (1876 valuation). (VPRS 3221). Miner. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.) W. FISH: Landholder, Lamplough, 12/4/1887.


THOS FISHER: SI, 17/11/1860.


GEORGE FITTON: Property stolen. (VPG 26/1/1860.)

DAVID FITZERALD: Horse stolen. (VPG 12,26/1/1860.)

ELIZA FITZGERALD: (Alias Laverty). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 4/4/1860).

J. FITZGERALD: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

T. FIZGERALD: UL 15/2/1860.


MR FITZGIBBONS: On Prospecting Committee. Lamplough. (MADA 20/2,22/2/1860).

H.M. FITJAMES: UL 7/3/1860.

HENRY FITZMAURICE: Commission Agent. Lamplough. 1856. (ER).

T. FITZPATRICK: UL 14/3/1860.

FITZ WILLIAMS: Spoke at water/prospecting meeting. (MAA 28/2/1860).

A. FLANAGAN: SL 17/1211860.

M. FLANAGAN: UL 7/,3,/1860.

MR FLANAGAN: SL 1917/1860.


JOHN FLANAGAN: Tent cut. Property stolen. (VPG 29/12/1859.)

MARY FLANAHAN: Maiden name of Mrs Lernan (Leonard?). Baptism of her child 16/3/1866.

JANE FLANNERY: Maiden name. See birth of Annie A. Chalk.



ELEANOR FLEMMING: Maiden name. See birth of Eleanor Wright.

J.R. FLEMYNG: UL 15/2/1860.

MR FLETCHER: C of E meeting. Lamplough. (MADA 13/7/1870).

AARON FLETCHER: Farmer and horse dealer, Bet Bet Creek. Charge of stealing; remanded. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 1/11/1860.)

J.F. FLETCHER: Landholder, Lamplough, 14/6/1884.


L. FLETCHER: UL 7/3/1860.

MR DAVID RATCLIFFE FLINT: Reference to Mr Flint, Chairman of Ararat Mining Board. (Age 20/9/1860.) Late Ararat man. Defeated by Pitt for Avoca Division of MMB. Election held on 23/2/61. (MAA 1/3/1861). Moved a resolution at Redbank Miners’ Committee meeting on 8/4/1861. (Age 13/4/1861.)

FLORER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 29/2/1860.)

MR FLOWERS: UL 28/3/1860.

J.H. FLOWERS: Charged by W. Savage with destroying property. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 17/2/1860.)


“THE FLUTER”: Stole money from John McDonnell. Irishman. 27-28 years. MG 16/7/1868).

CONSTANTINA FLYNN: Maiden name. See birth of Catheine Orm.

CATHERINE FOGARTY: GLH. Catherine Fogarty aged 94 died Armadale in 1968 DV29354. (E-mail from Leo Fogarty, 25/2/00)

MARGARET FOGARTY: GLH (Lamplough). Daughter of Patrick and Mary Fogarty. DOB 3/8/1872. Baptised (Catholic) 8/9/1872. Postmistress, Lamplough. (Wise’s 1899-1900.) Postmistress. Lamplough 1900-1918 (ADHS). H.D. Lamplough. 1908. (ER). Fogarty sisters left for Melbourne. Farewell. (APP ?) Margaret Fogarty aged 84 died Midd……in 1956 DV12863 (E-mail from Leo Fogarty, 25/2/00)

MARY FOGARTY: Nee Treacey. Wife of Patrick Fogarty.

PATRICK M. FOGARTY: GLH. Signed Police request petition 21/5/1866. Postmaster. Storekeeper. Resident Lamplough (1869 PO Dir.) Storekeeper. Postmaster. Godparent at baptism of Downing Strangman 13/3/1870. Landholder, Lamplough, 29/4/1870, 3/9/1883. Correspondent, school petition, 5/2/1873. Grocer. Store and land 50 pounds. 4 residents. (1874 valuation). Grocer. House and store 50 pounds. 4 residents. (1876 valuation). (VPRS 3221). Postmaster (spelt as McFogarty). (1884/85 VIC Dir.) Advert, applying for pounds 3 for dam at Lamplough re Common. (AFP 9/2/?) Letter to Avoca Council from Fogarty and others re pounds 3 for a dam. (AFP 8/3/1884.) Postmaster, Lamplough. (Wise’s 1888/89, 1891/92, 1893/94, 1895/96, 1897/98.) Miner. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

WILLIAM J. FOGARTY: GLH. Miner. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

JAMES FOGGS: UL 4/4/1860.

DANIEL FOLEY: Charge. About 45 years. Irishman. (VPG 25/4/1861.)

FOLKS: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 19/3/1860).

FOLKES: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 3/8/1860).

M. FOLSEY: UL 7/3/1860.

C. FOLY: UL 28/3/1860.

THOMAS FOPSAY: UL 15/2/1860.

D. FORBES: UL 4/4/1860.

MR FORD: Seconded motion, Lamplough land meeting. (NWC 18/10/1860.)

GEORGE R. FORD: Letter re bread. At Lamplough for 3 months. Large family. (MADA 12/3/1860).

CONSTABLE FORD: Person convicted of assaulting him and tearing his clothes. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/2/1860.) Charged Augustine Perkinson. (MADA 17/2/1860.) Murphy clothes case. (BS 1/5/1860). Charged Susan Birch. (MADA 6/6/1860).

MISS JEMIMA FORD: Joshua Lawrence charged at Lamplough Police Court with stealing her tent at Back Creek when she went to Lamplough. (MADA 6/2/1860). Charged James Oliver with entering her tent (Eagle Saloon) with a ‘burglarious intent’. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/2,22/2/1860).

MISS J. FORD: UL 15/2/1860. J. FORD: UL 15/2/1860.




S. FORD: UL 7/3/1860.

THOMAS FORD: Daughter Elizabeth born Lamplough 1860. (No 10960 WM.)

THOMAS FORD: Assault charge discharged. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 10/2/1860.)

THOS FORD: SL 29/4/186

W.H. FORD: UL 21/3/1860.

JOHN FORREST: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 2/5/1860). Charged with stealing from Margaret Murphy. (VPG 3/5, 10/5/1860. ) Boot stealing charge. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/7/1860).


MARY FORRESTER: Maiden name. See birth of James Gollan.

FORSTER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4/1860).

C. FORSTER: SL 17/11/1860.

MATT FORSTER: UL 21/3/1860.

T. FOSSEY: UL 7/3/1860.

T.W. FOSTER: UL 15/2/1860.

FOUR MILE FLAT (HOMEBUSH): Mr Hall obtained signatures on petition re roads and bridges. (MADA 9/4/1860). New quartz reef at Avoca between Paddy’s Gully and Four Mile Flat. Joseph Borger. (Age 27/4/1860. ) Large population settling down at lead of Four Mile Flat. (MADA 9/5/1860). Considerable rush. (MADA 18/5/1860). Exodus from Lamplough. (MADA 21/5/1860). 50 claims. Dozens of miners tents. Streets being surveyed. (MADA 21/5/1860). New ground. 5-6 miles from Lamplough. East side of Avoca. (BS 24/5/1860.) Considerable rush. (Age 24/5/1860.) 50 tents and 8 stores (MADA 28/5/1860). Continues. (BS 29/5/1860. ) Not so encouraging. (MADA 30/5/1860). Rush has bought some of the Inglewood population back. (Templeton. May Report. 04791. VPRS 1189.)More satisfactory. Shaft 56′ (MADA 4/6/1860). As Mr Warden Templeton has christened it “Homebush”. (MADA 4/6/1860). Not very satisfactory. (BS 7/6/1860.) Old diggings locality. Rushed several times last 4-5 years. very satisfactory. (Age 7/6/1860.) Prospects brightened. (BS 12/6/1860.) Renewed confidence. (MADA 13/6/1860). 10,000 estimated within a fortnight. Police Station required. (Templeton. N5064. 13/6/1860. VPRS 1189). Likely to be a great rush. Repeat of MADA item (Age 14/6/1860. ) As newly christened Homebush (MADA 15/6/1860). Hundreds at work. 6 miles from Lamplough. Four and a half miles east from Avoca. Runs due north and south. (BS 16/6/1860. ) New survey. Description. Previous mining in 1856. (MADA 18/6/1860). Police station – three men from Lamplough (MADA 20/6/1860). Stands sold. Very high estimate. (BS 20/6/1860.) 6,000 there (MADA 22/6/1860). Previous ground worked. Flat some miles in length. (Age 22/6/1860.) Fresh rush. (BS 22/6/1860.) Not as many building as Amphitheatre street, Lamplough. (MADA. 25/6/1860). News not quite so desirable. (BS 25/6/1860.) Declining in confidence (MADA 27/6/1860). Harberger insolvency. reference to comparative desertion of Lamplough

by miners going to Four Mile. (Age 27/6/1860. ) Little progress (MADA 29/6/1860). Good prospects. (BS 30/6/1860.) Dull (MADA 4/7/1860). 4,000 miners from Lamplough & Inglewood. (MADA 9/7/1860). In favour. (BS 10/7/1860.) At a standstill (MADA 11/7/1860). Tent stolen from sleepers inside. (MADA 11/7/1860). Number of celestials at the upper end. (MADA 16/7/1860). Tolerably satisfactory. Rushes near the Caledonian Store. (MADA 18/7/1860). General satisfaction. (BS 20/7/1860.) Richness extraordinary. 5,000 people. (MADA 23/7/1860. Paraphrased in Age 26/7/1860.) Greatly increased in dimension. (Age 25/7/1860.) Gold at lower end has run out. (MADA 27/7/1860). Course of the lead in abeyance. (MADA 1/8/1860). News still cheering. (MADA 8/8/1860). Is doing every justice to those that are working at it. (MAA 17/8/1860). Advert. New ball room. (MADA

29/8/1860). Robberies. (NWC 13/9/1860). Report. Extension of the old lead. (MADA 14/9/1860). News still looks good. (MADA 24/9/1860). New buildings. (MADA 3/10/1860). Claim by Sydney Bull and John Hare. (NWC 4/10/1860.) Old lead very wet. (MADA 5/10/1860). Rather dull. (MADA 22/10/1860). Busy appearance. (MADA 31/10/1860). Rush’s Store, Brown’s Store,Wade’s Theatre. (MADA14/11/1860). Miners decreased. (MADA 2/1/1861). Quiet. Was busy a few months ago. (NWC 7/2/1861.) May be almost styled a failure. (MADA 10/7/1861).

R. FOWLER: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

S. FOWLER: UL 7/3/1860.

W. FOWLER: UL 7/3/1860.

W.P. FOWLER: UL 15/2/1860.

JOHN FOYLE: Caution, drunk charge. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 25/10/1860.)


JAMES FRAME: SL 18/3/1861.

FREDERICK FRANCIS: Miner. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.) F. FRANCOIS: Landholder, Lamplough, 23/9/1872. FREDERICK FRANCOIS: GLH.


R. FRANCIS: UL 15/2/1860.

T.K. FRANCIS: Auctioneer’s licence, Redbank. WGG No 90, 11/6/1861, p 1132.)

MR FRANCIS: UL 7/3/1860.

GEO FRANKLIN: UL 21/3/1860.

JOHN FRANKLIN: Assault charge. Lamplough police Court. (MADA 29/2/1860.)

JOHN FRANKLIN: Witness, Mayhew inquest. (MADA 2/7/1’862).

R. FRAPPEL(?): UL 15/2/1860.

MR FRASER: Lamplough Cricket Club. (MADA 26/3/1860).

A. FRASER: UL 7/3/1860.

A.J. FRASER: UL 15/2/1860, 7,14/3/1860. A.J. FRAZER: SL 16/5/1860.

H. FRASER: UL 28/3/1860.

THOMAS FREDINNECK: Miner. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir. )

THOS FREEBODY: UL 28/3/1860.

FREEMAN: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/6/1860).

J.W. FREEMAN: UL 21/3/1860.

CHAS FREESTEN: UL 28/3/1860.

C. FREESTON: UL 7/3/1860.

JAMES WILLIAM FRENCH: Daughter CATHERINE HOPE born Lamplough 1860. (No 15729 BDM.) JAMES W. FRENCH: GLH. Landholder, Lamplough, 21/9/1872, 31/7/1883. JAS FRENCH: Signed school petition, 5/2/1873. WILLIAM FRENCH: Farmer. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.)

WALTER FRENCH: Allegedly gave possession of a house near Lamplough to T. Sanders. (AFP 22/5/1886.)

FRENCHMAN’S LEAD: Lamplough. Older lead. Miners doing 11 gloriously well. (Age 26/1/1860.)

M. FRENSCHU: UL 7/3/1860.

H. FRES: UL 15/2/1860.

JOSEPH FRIDAY: UL 21/3/1860.

H. FRIEND: UL 15/2/1860.

MR FRY: Report that Mr Fry of the Time of Day Hotel bought Theatre Royal, Back Creek. (Age 3/2/1860.)

C. FRY: UL 7/3/1860.

JAMES FRY: Grazier. Woodstock estate. Lamplough. 40 ewes stolen. (VPG 22/1/1903.)

FRYING PAN GULLY: One and a half miles north of Avoca. 2-3,000. Bubble has burst. (BS 25/9/1860.) Accounts conflicting. (MADA 24/9/1860). Gully near Avoca. Rush. (NWC 27/9/1860.)

FRYING PAN FLAT: New rush. Near Avoca. (MADA 1/11/1861.) Possible new lead. Is about 3 miles from Avoca, 2 miles from Homebush. Nearest water Four Mile Flat. (MADA 23/4/1862). Yield bad. Several puddling machines. (MADA 18/6/1862).

FULLER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4/1860).

G. FULLER: UL 7/3/1860.


J. FURNISS: UL 7/3/1860.

JAMES FURNISS: UL 21/3/1860.

MR FURRIAN: At the Theatre Royal. Performer. (MADA 9/1,26/3/1860).

JOHN FUSE: Attempted suicide. (BS 12/6/1860.) Alias John Rainsford. Charge of being a dangerous lunatic. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 22/6/1860). Discharged. (MADA 27/6/1860). Letter re him. (BS 27/6/1860.) Comment on letter by correspondent. (BS 30/6/1860.)

MR FYFE: Back Creek Police Court. Purchase of Commercial Hotel, Lamplough, with John Bennett. (MADA 3/8/1860).

ALEXANDER FYFE: Arrived Victoria on ship “Stag”. 1848. (VBI). Elected MLC, Geelong. (VGG 1854 p 1494.) Notice of intention to apply for discharge from his insolvency. Geelong. (VGG No 174, p 2352, 1/11/1859). J.P. On Bench at Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/2/1860.) Co-opted onto Propspecting Committee. (MADA 22/2/1860). UL 28/3/1860. In performance of “Rob Roy” at Back Creek. (MADA 4/7/1860). President, Back Creek Literary Institute. (MADA 3/8/1860). Farewell dinner. Back Creek. Held on 5/9/1860. (NWC 6/9,13/9/1860). Member, Royal Society of Victoria. 1860. (Transactions. RSV. Vol. V. p.lxx.) Replaced as trustee, Geelong Public Gardens because of permanent absence from Colony. (VGG No 86 p 1083, 4/6/1861.) VBI: Died 1 May 1903. Preston. 77 years. Arrived Melbourne 23/1/1848. Pre-fab. houses. Fire 1855. Left for Queensland. Pastoral station near Peak Downs. (“Australasian”, 9/5/1903, p. 1043). Went to Geelong from Melbourne. Ironmongery business with Retland Parker (married his daughter). Imported pre-fab houses from Singapore to Geelong. (Argus. 4/5/1903. p.4.)

FANNY FYNCH: [SEE FANNY FINCH.] Insolvent. Late of Forest Creek. Now of Four-Mile Flat, near Lamplough. Restaurant keeper. Fire. Pounds 108.9s. (Arg?)

E. FYRIE: UL 7/3/1860.