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[?]LINES [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

LIN ES Adtlr* BS ^ .to a- L*dv who hep.Hr) ,to wriir j Poetry at *au advanced d-j*v, Yjour muse, whom all the pow "rs of ar' adorn, . ? Ai C5h'K¡*tiiias. bloome, like Glasîenbun ' i liut ri ; Y*»ti s t»m id' blcnU' the* seasons as you r.si.»tr - Tile fruta of Autumn with the frowVs of gering. * ...... , Thus1 Orpheus éun¿ amid the Thracian ' fîiOW $ - Titus fires benealv the frost of 2Etn& ¿flow- ; Thus fruits 'dtiw fi ju'rá in orange grove> And ai es. blossom in their Jiundredth \eac. 3 ? *- ? ?» ? . _-1-_' Ttó"Revd*. Mr.r WalpoK late of Ba thurat, arrived at Windsor on Friday evening, ile succéda the Hevd. Mi. Wallace, late of {(ichgioitd,. who has \ r - cteded to india. i X.T RAO RBI NARY FECUNDITY. - Ol» "Wednesday hist,' Mr. Daniel Dickens, resi lent near the Richmond lîoad, dis covered a litter of Native dogs-fourteen in number;-Th ey have been j$i*it ¡buted - io iHfktkWmdividualß in this and^ Uie ad joining -.tawas; " ' *

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

CHINA. Trade was reviving in China. Th© Sri'Uh torco h id boen reduced io 2738 Suro.-tOiris and 19-34 nativos o- Iii lia, i rider the 'eutntnaud'of M >j »r <r »? r;<»;a,l *;jrd Saiio.iu. " A very important pro* lamation was issu- ú "ori! i he '2''óü\ J anua» y .y ** KiepoO, i niperiai High Commis- sioner,' General of the' Garrison of Camon, tulely' a Minister, ¿cc , and entitled to wea.r the Red Girdle,'' ot» i he ?<iihj<ect of the outrace at 'Canton ou the S i li December, in which his Kxeel eur y '.-ensures ' vet^y severe y the'"conduct of the Chinese, arid tlirea ens them with i he vengeance of the ' Emperor if they misbehave in asimilar minnerin future ; and with reference to a proposal to form a sort-of'volunteer cö^rps, under the title of the1* Society of S ph it and'Loyalty," Excellency in declining to' a cede,to the proposal, very philosophical y odserves, " Determinately to withstand the enemy is the part of patriotism, bat to ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

CA^Pß,- L,L I G TNT. . j The Ci-ttmoí Itt*visî MI sat here yesterday (May 10.) willi a list of lorty ei^lic y^er^ or th i s 13 »rough. The business of tht il ay commenced by Ihe Bench entering upon the iu'tesiiga-tion of seventeen wbf» were objected to by Mr. Holman's friend ; is, not eligible, ont of winch number sev n were d-isa lowed. 'Eleven of Mr. Bowman'*, voters «ere objected to by Mr. Fiiz^e raid's voters, whose names were allowed to stand, from an inforro.diiy ni the nutice served upon them. Two new iTiims, one for Air. Fitzgerald and one lor Mi. Howman, were added to the list,, makin» in ali six* y- deducting the sj ven above disallowed, m dies the number for th^ polling dajy 53. The greatest order prevailed during the day, and their Worship*, Messrs M'Lean, Garland, and William Howe, jun., gave general satis- faction. The 'business did- not conelude till half-past eigh at ni-ht. Mr. Purefoy id'vocated very ¿bljr the cause he.look in nand for Mr. Bowman ; and Mr. Nichols t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

Charge tor Advertiser! eu ts :-6 ¡ines 'muí under IF., and ld. per line, ror i he excess u* that nunibcr,each inseitio.ii, -¿¿r^r* <^A^r

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THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION FOR THE CUMBERLAND BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

TU H FO KT M CO M ING ELECTION FUM TH ii CUM ÍBL Ii LA-ND BO- ROUGHS. I B bBE is something rather amusing ii the exei emenl which V ii sui jed cans s in the public mind,and which wt- confider wj^fe. re ped to this keelton, almost nun* ce»»ary. We cannot now meet any : e-rson but it is thc (hst topic ot' cuu versa tim, and gives rise to crude, unripened conjectures, ano! ot lc ti lo iii naturi*! l eiLiu kö ; many ]>crsoi>s ruuuiug down their neighbours, some their iel*«-iou*, or'friends ol former days : eve« lhe lair sex themselves ure nwt exempt iront this feeling, m»uy of (hem taking a ll)0*t i ct ive íotejiést i«» it; each has th« ir tai erste Candidate whom they applaud o tl e.skies, a» d consider him po»ses*ed of eiery good qua!i y r«.quisi e in a Scna'or. On thc o l er band, his antagonist, as<wi ll as all his supporter*, are subjected to a criticism ömät snVre^ ind, perhaps, in tu* it y instances most undeserved. 'lite Election nt mia s ec m i »fa truth to...

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FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS. TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

? TAI J rr i. From private letters from Tahiti lite oMowing particulars h:tve heen extraettni -So soon its Queen Pomare asi ertaioed hat, d-iring hei absence at liait tea, gome o' the Chiefs h id been induced to re.ques1 »be French to take possession of--Tahi'i <vhe, «rote, lo the French Government, .repudiating their act» and to the Queen of England, s« Huting her interference* Queen Victoi i t's answer (o Pontare'*5 îeiter w;>s sent hy tl. M. S. Talbot. Captain Fir T Thompson, which arrived -'it Tahiti in January Lat; it contained an assurance of good will and respect- ant! a hope that she might long continue to wield the sceptre, of Tahiti without .nterrup'nti. When P.»mare (who, since .he French'ou'rage hus been rebiding at Eimeo) heard of the Talbot, she went to Tahiti - her loat bearing the old .?Tahitian fl ts: («he ha« always refund tc wear the fanciful union of the Frene! and Tahi'ian flag,,which the protectora' .mvrrnment hn^e, hoisted), and as soot is she en...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

* ETIQUETTE.-TLady L , of Liverpool, ..va»; so I ii« i «if «'licj.'l ile, i ha* wiitin -he "mil'! not alteo;] church, she «Wfiy< sent her ''ard Wr.fTKR- rv Lo*z>ris - [ ; ry di^r ult £f» ? ono ¡tn idea <d tb«.< knid <d winier <IH\* ii¥ I/md u. The 6tn<dv(d'f ».-il coal- f"i oi'is nn attn f»|>ht-T , per» eiv^bl-t-' for tua nv md? » i lc.» a yr -at round el».»J ! aila« ned io |h> ¡mil, I') I he to un h';í<df, wtieii I fte wva: hal- i's (I .»dy and fo<_'£v, which' i« fri'éf.n n'W' he ras»e- io winier, the'smoke incr«'#iíés thc* i ovneral dírijv he-, and ieriniua'eg thir ; hoiffih of every 8lnel, whh a iñx- d o»( y I oiiíít, receding as: you adv'fcrfje. nih t* -onie ra-vs of the ¿un haop<?n lo far* iii* I trtifi' ial ;:trn< s hore, its impure inass as l -mines i m itifd ian i v 3 p-aíe twaii^e lin!r j <i nilar to rite cf? ot of Cíatele L-orr^iite* j -¿lass-ep...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

g SYDNEY NEWS. Tt is fully expected thal William Claries Wentworth, K*q., HarriOer at Law, and William Bland, lisq , M, I)., will be elected on Thursday next, the loth inst., t » rr present the City ot S\dney in the Legislative Council .of New South Wales. - [We sincer^y^NHMt thal th« ex- piations of ihe pubic? will be fu! I y re»li« j ed in this re« peet. The elaimsof Mr. Went- worth on the inhabitants ol'tbeCoIony are very numerous. We are certain they wi H j not be forgotten at this season. We con ( sider hito in every respect fully qualified to represent lu's Native Cry in the Le I {»isla ire Council. Whatsbal wc say of ¡Dr, Uland? Why, that next to Slr. j Wentworth, he has many claims on the j £¿ra¡itude and respect (;f the older Colo ! nists, as the poor man's Physi. ian - the ; man of right motive-the philan bro isl, ! a d the lo$er of freed, ni. Men'such as ( these returned to the Legislative Coun- | eil, wil Lc an bonorto it, - LD. " Wind- j I sor E&press.' ] j j Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

. ????. - i.»-i a -s-:-i-----. ADVERTIS EM ÈKTS. WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, WORKIKG JEWEL! EB,, &c, ¿fcc t G E O K Ci JE S TR E E T* BEGS to inf« rm tlie inln.hi'anfs of Wi» de< r.and th« adj<»ii ing District, hui in 8<liliii"ti ta his extensive sim Ic in che above Branches,-he bas received per ¡ate arrivals, a frè*h assortment <d Ch.na, cut «nd plaifí G ass, Fur thennorr. ('ml. ry, $pectacl*s, and Preservers t< '»ii! a I Hg* s m< tinted in b. rn, «»bell, ste* I, | -liter, and «old, fr*.in 2=. |;er paii-¡ « nd u ¡JU ards, ALFG, On hand, ja ca^e of excellent VIOLINS and STK1NGS, N. B,-The 'JVttdc fcUj plied on liberal eitíiS. Whh-hrg, Clocks, and Jewellery o very ileH-rtpikn Jtej.ajrtd at the lowest alis. Ma., 13, 1843. *£ CUMBERLAND BOROUGHS OF WINDSOR. Rf H MOND, LI- VERPOOL, AND CAMPBELL- TOWN. ("1 E\TLEMFAT ~-ft», in./ cW-mv If self the. hniv>r nf visiting each of tu your respective Boroughs, I her? leave to...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

SYDNEY SHIPPING XEWS. Hay 12-Arrived from Hobart Town, be cutler Charlotte, Cap iain Richards, with sundries, and two passengers. ' Same day - From Mani'av the' brijr .ítalos, Captain Douglas,, with sugar, and ene pas.sengiï. Same day-r-From Port Phillip, the schooner- Port .Phillip, Captain Jacks, wi i h su nd f les. May 12-Sailed the brig Caroline, Cap iain Davidson, for London, with Colonial produce, and 18 passengers. Sarwe day-For Port Phillip, via Port Albert, the cutter Domain, Captain -Hohnes, with original cargo, and three passengers. ? - imrkei ther* íiaVbVfíV a « « »i* « . « Î *- r .* t> I -t* »»Mt (luring ( ie we« k, and all ihe i np Tiau^ii lr'»üj L innce t ».«»' ex Wts h.-Oik a.n<i ' vVi lino, luve been s<dd t<> triller* a .rivi's varyiriíf from 5». t<.» «5 . lld. Th q t ni it y OÍ wh»j;it I>r0o<rht i ul ?» 'íM-i-kel r.no «»«»r own a^t ic«tí'MI al i i t s t r i t-ihas bee. incon-dd. |\, b le. "ll süR -Thf ...

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FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

F!l M TUE G 'V KUNAI K NT GAZETTE. LEVI-,G His Excedciif y tilt? G ve.in<>i .\¡;l hohl H Le-.ee íif Governtnent ilons», OM Wednesday the ^ 11 ri of M iv, a»,on« ?/clock, in U,t or ot uer M j'sty % 13 î r : J1 -. day. GeniL-inen a tvndi ig th- Levee.. are requested tv bring their cards, lo . lu : dtdiveied to the Aide-de-Catup. Th invitations to the Ball will not extend ! beyoi d the County of Cumberland, bol eatds cf invita ion will be farnished .to an ! .dies or aen Lmen in the habit of visi itvj ¡I Government IL use, who muy happen to be i.i ¡Sydney from a greater d-istance, provided their names (with their addresses in 'Sydney)- he entered i.i the Visitors' ook, at (Jo ver timen' ITnas^, at any lim ¡nevimis I* the d ty of tl te A. ll Vclook on Titursday the lo h Jillie next, th fobbing town a'.îotinent ai \ jodsor will be pot tip f »r s-aiu-al th (j'doinal Treasury a-t îyydney ; ups<-'t joLi £.30 per acre,*. tepo4t 1 Q per cent. Viioi.nen 33, i ade t N J....

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TO THE IN[?]AHITANTS OF THE [?]Y DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 17 May 1843

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE       HAWKESBURY DISTRICT.       MY FRIENDS.—We are now entering           a new era of our political existence. A   great constitutional privilege has been   granted (o tis, which it is Hie bounden ! duty of evi-ry utan lo uphold as tar as Hos inlns pow en Wo all have a legi límate righi toa share in our poirica. Government, brough the voice of those persons «e may choose as our Hepre seutaiive«. Thc Home Government, certainly, have <iea't out this boon with a 8, aring hand; tlx y dave fettered and encumbered ii with those clogs the bad, f(Ffels of which it will require au independent y and firmness in our Keprcstvj ta fives to counteract. Still the boon is great, and ive hope it. will be their study to see that we dcrite thu full bent-fit < j it. lint there is another...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 June 1843

Wt ''^UA^ËR SESSIONS. * 2 " »*" i ?! ? mn * f|^OTI?Ejs Jiereby given, that CoUrta IIIlP of Générai Quarter Seasioifr ot', jpg'Peace, in and for the Colony oïcNew KuuUi Wales, wili beholden at the <?f?urt \Bouse, Parramatta^ on Monday, thc i d Vklay of JTujy nest; and at the - Co« ri Ho«se, Windsor/ on Wednesday, the .uh day of Joly next, when and wliete ¿W persons under recognizances tb appear us prosecutors, witnesses, or defendants,. vr who have appeals to interpose* or o ber business to transact, are desired t«> liive tlx ir utteudance at ten o'clock in the fore« 0041 E. ROGERS, Cittk of the Peace Court lionise, Sydney, 1st Jun*. 1843.'_ POSTPONEMENT OF SALE OF RÜELDING ALLOTMENTS. rpiliif SALE by M R. LABAN 1. WHITE, cf BUILDING ÁL l^OTMENTS at RICHMOND, ad , ;vcrtUed io our front page to ia lc« p'ace Mms Dav. OK THE GROUND, at T2 for 1 VVclork, is unavoidably POSTPONED tintil,THURSDAY NEXT, the 22ud lust ant, ai the same time atti (dace. ** 4 ^itwUcfr, Juue 15,181...

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THE DEJECTED ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 June 1843

THE HUECTED ONE, í"«rn very di jpc'ed, O'» «lear, Oh dear, F< r thal Tut rrj tc ted ! very much fear \# ppite offrent O , Sammy, Gr cer Sc Co. Fo!"k* say I 'ai;ii fit, they w< M have me, Oh no ; f . i Th n Tm tfry d«jected, Oh dear, Oh dear, M I shall ne'er be Elected that'» certain Ifear. Oh, the money I've spent it gives me great I pain, ,To tili» k I ra'i ne^er recover it nguin ; 1 hrt'e the whole mob,-I could hang the whole throujr, Who have flattvr'd, deceived, and fleeced me s<> long ; J»ut I'm vrry dejected, Oh dear, Ob dear, I shall ne'er be Elected that's certain I fear. There's Calico, Bulcher, and Sibby the swell, Mr. Bra*s Agitator, thc Sapper well, My pc* kets tbiy've usid 'lill the fashion i lias grown I To su cit a bad habit, they think th tu their own ; St ll I'm very dejected, Oh dear, Oh dear, ¿., I shall ne'er be Elected that's certain I fear. My wine they have guzzled, 1 say it with pain, Till no.hiug wi!I suit them but real go...

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER. THURSDAY JUNE 15, 1843. NOW OR NEVER! [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 June 1843

KV--,.-" / ' ' Akn ' ~ nicmiqwù ADVERTISER; f THUÍtSJMY JUNE IS, i li Ti líf I i l'frpw' OU NEVER- ! ii* Now or pe^er is the lime for us to ral iv M lound ourwlourR, and make a strong v\fiiitJ ¿ledded stand in our o wu behalf* '? ' .... ' ? . .?. ¡if Now isjJie time for IH* eil her to return pp ^BOWbfXX, or hy our Negligence i^feHpw his opponent to win the day to uuroivti shame and confusion. Let ¡jjiiere be no wavering $f our principles v§-^n this eventful occasion, but jet us be ;#éroi)jr and decided* in our opposition. X I>o liol kt us be tampered with it ia - w»H known our antagonists are watch , ful and carefully reconnoitre our weak ? points, but staunch hearts and sound judgment will overcome. It is welt! glenown MR. BOWMAN has a majo ritv if his adherents will onlv exert ,?;'*.* ' ' ^hemsefves to keep it. Do uot, there ?:"^»*ore,. be misled by false and shallow ^arguments, butojudge for yourselves from the previous character of the rcs pective Candidates. The question doe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 June 1843

THIS DAY AT RICHMOND ! BUILDING ALLOTMENTS MR. LABAN WHITE, WOULD in an impressive manner call the attention of the Public generally, to the Sale of the above Pro- perly, its locality and situation being first- rat , rom mandi-GT the whole thoroughfare of TUC (IMO ND. and \><>\n% directly opimsi'e the celebrated INN kept by Mrs. SEYMOUR. in fact, the' Proprietor has recci cd so many applications fer the purchase of the whole by private contract, that in conse- quence of 6ucb desire, he bas resolved to Sell tile same in such portions, by Publie Auction, «o as to give the PiihfiJs'an opportunity of possessing a share inglis VALUA BLE PRO PEUT V, which is -so advanfaftouslv situated* The Sale will take pl ace on thc ground* ON THURSDAY, THE 15TH instant, at 12 for I o'clock. The order of Sale will be as follows : - ÍNVith a -Frontage of 53. Feet 10 inches to Windsor 1 if} street, and a depth of 132 X Foct to Lot No. 4. st oí Wirb ditto ditto to Lot \ No. 4. f With ditt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 5 October 1843

NOIRE. . ....... ^Y'imíáor, Sirpí. IS 13. '-'.'l?OTM'kyancér and Notary Pïib ic, liavinj ?»fen rcceniÍy admitted a Solníitor H4I<} ; t* jr o? tor .of thc S up rc m e Cwt* of N ft w £/inthWales* leave io iotini;ji< toil»* Injíabí an ts of this District, ti*at ÍMTIIÓS « ommr^c©d in Windsor the pracdü*» of his ri ff/&*|io« in its several departments ; and ir^Rtflfv^^ assiduity, \ te ¿rity and iseai for . . dur. i«\é¥él«l' ' of ti is Cl ien4ii,to¿e tiler wi h1 . moderation - in hii charges, torment-ami1 i-eceJya- a share of the patronage ;üf tb*¡ J^íiVílíe. . *v a. OffUe- Geerge Street. m , * Neill. Capia tn Alau^bafi^, TJNBERWOOB & Cös 9 IPU E U N-D E 118 IO NED be¿ to ac, X tpí W t t ho H «»bHl.i t «u U of iV i ttd&o r ««id ifo Vittitiitv» that <th«y bffu *.(>« |rtüii»tfil «ole A G È V 1 S f. r lit e S A I- ii of l'îidt rwoôd a<i(i li^A i tt'SIIJ erictr ALK AM) BEEH# Ti e Ate W Bárrela «od 20 Í5 allon Cenia et }*. ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 5 October 1843

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUR ESTIMATE«. T!i« res«it of ibo Debute upon lite, pro- priety of reducing tbe ^Estimate of ibu Cuttoms Department *ült doubtless, bc received witb satisfaction by the country, not no much on account of the reduction nf thi»» particular ¡tem, as hecauie twenty three M ember* of the Council have thereby (dedged themselves to tbe principle ol large retreuol)<ne(lt. The people will tonk úpoo this vo.e of I wen; y pfr cent, redaction as an earnest of that which is to come wheo other Estimates shall be for- mally before the lianne, lt wiil be iii siruQtiva to examine tjiC votes on titi« occasion, in order that the course taken by honorable Members may be clearly pressed up n tile attention of tba country. - . - *? The dividion Uj ow ilia amendment .* That tho Mini oí £l,5'¿l 15s IS be substituted for £9,144, up«»n (be Estima e for the Customs Department/' took place ia a House of thirty-one M mb r*. Of tbaa Ur* a ty »th ree voted ifor tho amendment ami ei...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 5 October 1843

Govéraineat hwi ôffercd t ^wariK of Thirty poußtk and a Çondilional Pardon for di« appçauension of die ©arty br "pa r tiea wbp succeeded m forcibly carrying off the Windsor Mail at) Hie morning of Saturday tuc 4i3rd Sept. 'ifs liacelîenciy the Gov- rnor directi V< to be notified, thal Hie folfowing oftV eeri have been appointed a Hoard to ex» «lin« an tl r epo r t o o t he q 1i a I j?c^«y ion o f Candidates for the appointment of Sar- . ve) or lo any Diatrict Gonucii :~Pirte:~ dent-Sir Thongs L M i chelia Knight. Surveyor General- M» m be rs, Samuel Augustus Perry, &q.f Deputy Purveyor General, and Mortimer AViliiata Lorrie Kag., Co!<HI'U\ Architect., >:^-J^Î^ÏÎ PotÁC fi-~C« ri EL Jirga A.: TÍTfe&fc-UJh Siètiday; Hannah Hop 4än^^ woman, was $rta^í¿ai the bar-ftf tjié Cîerjceawell |^Ö4^fficefcTi^ed with tjie following ;* " tóflíess and ungrateful robbery ?^ , Coñifort Pike* a poor old dame,very . .. far advanced in years, and deriving the r - ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 5 October 1843

. VARIETIES, v Wliy do young people ge io a fön firm a* tion always în flt VT clothes? So that they tn ay not ho con fir ru ed in their old HABITS, 'V Why do you not present yourself ag a cant!idate for Congress," »aid. an Ara«, rican lady to lier husband, vtiio^wag con- fined to his chair by the gout, 'il em not qua!»lied for the station/* was the reply. I think you are,*' returned the wife, "your language and actions are truly parliamentary, When bil ls arc-presented, you either order them to be laid on the table, or make a motion to rise ; though (Often owt of order, you are still supported by the chair; and you often poke your nose i ato measures which Are calculated to destroy4ha constitution.1' NûtariiHsls agree that the crocodile can live two months without nourishment, the scorpion tUree*the .}ïaar sis, and i\\e came» leon eiglit months. Of all animals, how- ever, the viper can endure hunger longer being able lo live ten months without eajing. "A duel ibis morpfng-^jjjt4f y¿...

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