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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 1846. THE IRISH RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. -9, 1846. THE IRISH RELIEF FUND. 'Is affords us sincere pleasure, as it must to every friend of suffering humanity, to be -able to state, that up to .this date upwards of £3,000 have been received in New 'South Wales in aid of the above fund, -ex-. elusive of the.ver.handsome sumnof £1,300 already announced as having been collected St?the.Port Phillip district. SAU we anticipated, and as several of the gentlemen who took an active part in the public meeting in Sydney. in August last, stated at that time, though the remittances from Australia could not be received in sufficient time to relieve the immediate dis tress caused by the failure' of the' potatoe crop last .year.; they will, however, arrive. in sufficient time to meet.some of the wants consequent on that failure. The melancholy anticipations of some, that the crop of the present year would most likely be infected with the disease ocf the last, have been but too fully and too 4ruly verifi...

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No. 2. Camp on the River Balonne, in long. 148 46' 45" E., lat. 28 2' S. 9th November, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

asp "on the River ltalonne, in long. 148.0 46' *c 45" E., lat. 28 02' 8. " 9th:November. 1848. Sta--The three remarkable summits of high land to which I alluded in my last despatch are three vol anic cones, which I named "Mounts Pluto, Hutton, and Playfair.. These form an obtuse angled tri agle ,and the ldngest side.being towards the west, Ihopedl t find in the neighbourhood a brandc of high land extending north-west forming a division: of the waters, the discovery of which I found :neces sury beore I could hope to discover rivera running hi thlt direction. I take leave to add, that this was the chief object'of the present journey, as it was of, ray journey in, 1831. 'No person had seen that iterior.rcountry, jlor.thl waters properly belonging t the busps,of..Carpentaria:;:;Ihsave now the.satis-. action toinform.your Excellericy that the resulthas sceelel my. most sanguirie expectations. I cerWed a range of clayironstone which extends aorthvardi from Mount Playfair,; ,it is covered ...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

•ý ýOltir1111ne ;1ni;iCt- pt6.. -0 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. - IMPOUNDINGeO . Hinton, on the 18th Noverber, by Benjam?n.dL -whiteaend redrd spotted bull calf, branded HBI coan joined oh rump olff sidep1 brown bull. calf, sa?es " brand ;. "strawberry heifer,GJ on: rump .bar side rcd;helfet, stump' tail. HYY otn:rumipnear saide lted. steer, no brand ,legible, white hack, belly, and tail; yelldw and whlto:, spotted: steer, unbranded red steer,.whlte head and tail, brand not legible .dark brown bull calf, brand not legible ; white and red steer, unbranded; red bull. calf, white back, belly, and tail, unbranded; white and red spotted steer, Illegible brand: on ribs; yellow- bullock, illegible brand on off hip; dark brown and whit? helfer, brand not legible; yellow heifer, white back, belly, and tail; brand not legible, damages Id. each. - Ta be so,'.o' the 21st December, itf.not previously re. ledstdý. [12s. Fiexia;ni November 23-yellow cow, branded Es off rump, 4 gear rump, hear; l'raPd near ...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, DEC. 4. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. BIRNSTINGL V. SIMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

fupietmre r. tourt? - FRIDAY, DEC. 4. CIVIL JURISD[ICTION. Before his Honor hMr. Justice Dickinsoe.and a jury ojf our. BIRNBTINGL V. SIMMONS. This was an action by Mr. Louis Birnsiingl, the indorsee of a bill of exchange, agaliist Mr. Isaac Simmons, tdie Indorser. . The declaration, set out a bill of exchange for £100 drawn in Sydney by one J. B. La Court upon one Colonel La Court, of.the Royal Park, Brussels, being the indorsement of the present defendant, and not duly accepted by the said Colonel La Court upon presentation to him. A second count alleged that'in consideration.of a sum, of £10 the defendant haed guaranteed the payment "of the bill. The defendant had placed several pleas upon the record denying the indorsement to the plaintiff', the due presentation of the bill for accept-' ance, tihe gqarantee, and the notice of dishonour. Messrs.. Windeyer and Broadhurst appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Michie for tihe. defendant.. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff u...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,,-By.a. proclaima tion which ap'pears in the Government Gazette of yesterday, his Excelleicre the Governor has further prorogued the Legislative Council until Tuesday, the 20th day of Janpruy,next ,. . ST. .4TR'CK'q. .SQCIET .ND TIIE, 0SQI aeY paO TILE PROPAOATION. Or THEs AITHr,-Oing to the crowded stati of"our colamns, we arie co?i= pelled to postpone until our nexatpublication our. usual report of the proceedings of. the above.Soci eties. The amount of the subscriptions, as will be seen by the advertisements In another column, were -for St. Patrick's Society, £8 17s. 6d. ; and for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, £10 10s. * ASSAULTING A CONSTAnLE;--A young man named William Dawson, a very ruflianly-looking. man in appearance, was brought up iit custody, yes-/ terday, oni the above charge. iThe complainitng, party was Constable Smith,'who stated that about" eleilen o'clock on Monday night, he apprehended the prisoner drunk in. Market-street, and wh...

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THE ASSAULT OF MANTUA BAY, BY NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

THE ASSAULT OF sANC' UA BAY, BY' NAPOLEON. (Po(FmoinSce'sidd htid LVCeof a.i Sldlero/iFrs toe.) Mantua is'situated:on an islet'at .th extremity' of a sinall lake; whlich ' s'ins to have liden forimen by the sudden widening of the banks of the Mi'icio, that river flowing through the town, and 'dividing, it into two nearly equal partse These were -con netted by five or six :bridges, the' flrificipal one, the Pniitedi M hlini; being defended by 'tlibewo citiiddis, anrtithe Ponito di S. Giorgio strongly fortified at either end. Both portions of the town were sur rounded by a wide and deep fosse, filled by tile naters of the: Mincio, aiid lined in the inner side by a high and maisi[ve"'Wall, from the einbrasures of which'prbj&dted.the brazbn nrioutlis of hundreds of cannon, which hurled destruction on many of our then as they puisued their work in' the't'renches: The' heavy bboio of the cainboti, now and then interrupied by a sharp fire of musketry,'was ring ing constantly in oau...

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City Council. MONDAY, DEC. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

EC(tp ouncil, -o MONDAY, DEC. 7. - Present-the Right Worshipful the Mayor"; Al. dermen Flood, Allen, Wilshire, and Thurlow ; Councillors iHyndes, Jenkins, Titterton, Cowlishaw, . Ryan; Smidmore, Henderson, Josephson, Fisher,. Owen, Iredale, Robey, Moir, Brown, and.May. The Town Clerk read the 'minutes of .the last meeting. "LBAVE OF ABSENCB. Mr. Driver obtained leave of absence during the day. wArsa cowMITT~a . The Town Clerk read, the report of the Water Comilttieerecommending the laying down of a . ii?ch pipe from. the fountain at Hyde;"?ark along; Park-street to George-street, arid also to effect a junction between the Pitt-street and King.street pipes. " The Council went into committee on the repost, and' after some discussion, and the examination of the City Surveyor, the recommendations of the re port were adopted. FINANCE. Alderman WILsHIaa moved that'the report of the Finance Committee, recommending the payment of sundry accounts, amounting to A861. 15s. Id., and that the du...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

INTEsTAOe.--Seldom have. we to recordl.:an in,, stance of so large an estate, amounting tor nearly £20.0,000, being .left where, an individual has not taken the precautioh to make- a will, ; s that of the late -Mr. Thoms 'Baldwin,' who 'recently- diedi'at Birminghim, possessed of a 'pelsonal estate'alonb which has been valued' for stamp.duty'it lit?le sho6r of £10,000,and has just been ldminisleted to ultd~: 'that amount by Mr. William Balawid, a cousir' o - the deceased, and one 'of'his.nearest'reladtorTii? JTi deceased 'was a bachelor. "'Tlii'G6~ i.iei t'li ' "thi case realises a large' sain b6th by sta?hj' a?dileir"cy duty, as the latter -is termed; the administration stamp on the grait being £3,600; and the duty in addition thereto, whicih is to beopaid at the Legacy Office 'by tlierelations wlho are entitled in distriibu tiii, being tipivads of £8,000; making altogether nearly £12,000 in dity.-Post. I PETITESB OF AUTIHOas .-ope was fond warming potted flamp'reys in a silver sau...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

'W BKELY ?dTBORbLOGIOAL TABLE.t': UA*UIAIIm OW TUB TErMsowMMTM6. KO. aaxxeDAT:.DQ 2 70 71 170tN.D. IOlar Waa nR DAY t...D. 9 70 x172 70 N.S. 1.01.. SAThBDA . . 70 72 70 - N.S. C1 Moxo&T......c. 7 i70 72',70 N E. Clear TODAT.........,A'70. 74 72N. Jio Mean .4mpetaturz7. 7J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

W E' hlve to request that such of our VndV f?bescribera in the City, ae are idebted 'from six .to' ighteen months' sub uariptioni will pay the-same on- or before the .10th instait, as the patience is worn out of the ?soul;, and the soles worn off the feet of our collector, in waiting upon those long 'ibinded customers." 'In default of this notice lit being attended to, weashzll becoftco elled to invoke'tlie assistance of the "' Little-go," as we shaall thereby be enabled to square acoounits wih .those for whom this 'notice is. •epecially intendbd, 'and get rid of their .pdtrfinage 7 Chronicie'Office, Dcc.4, 18486. 'NOTICE TO AGENTS. HE] Agehts of this Journal ate :re-; J. requested.to.furnishfa statement of. "accounts for their.'respective districts, not later than th.5thl instant. . Chronielk Office, Dec. 1, 1846..

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THE NATIONAL EDUCATION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

T:iAE NATIONAL EDUCATION BOARD. (Fioin the Tablet.) The Twelfth Report of the Irish Education Com inissioners for the year 1815 gives ample confirma tion to what we have stated in lecent numbers of this journal about the doings of this suspicious corporation. . The first, the main topic of the Report is to ex press the satisiactiori felt by the Commissibners at the contempt they, in their corporate cap?ceity, have ihad the opportunity of.x,picssi'ng for thia recom .mendatioin of. the.Holy See. More ithan a fourth pari of. this edifying docuiment, incliiding the first five 8 ectionb s or.paagraphs,ilitates biion this iiemo rable triumiph.gained l lby a Board of the. coriposite order of architecture--of whlich Board four inembers are Catholics. isan one a.Citlholic ircl??iisihp-over the Church, and tiio guarantees or securities wiich the Chuiich has eipressly r?uir'ed in this particular instance. The irstthreo setions rainthils.: ,.L -1. Jn commencing our present report, itJs our .gra...

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CHEAP POSTAGE AND NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

CHEAP POSTAGE AN- NEWSihPAPERS. (From tihe iDafily Nie", Jtine18.) •Atthe dlinne-rjust g iven toi.1r. oiland ill, he enlarged with characteristic.nmodesty, and generous re'cogiiition of the merits of others, upon the service done in the auise of P6ost-ffice reform bj, several ptblic men" It is true;, as Mr. Hillob`erivel; tliat Mr. Wallace labtfured lzidfadtighbly to bbtain reforii of PPtoidilice -albuses from 1t33,; that Lords Asltl tLyrton, Birougham, and otlhrs in Parliament, and Mti. VWarburton, bdth in -and out of Parliament, ably advocated tlie .Peni~y Pos;taie ad tliihat Mr., Baring,as Cliainellor ofi thiExcliequer,countii??t?ed official obistructiosi to the fair trial of the measure. It is but justice to echo Mr. Hill's sentiments re specting the services of- those gentlemen. But hi Ii afso non.ore thian Justice to add, what Mr. Hill's modesty:suppressed, that the service he had rendered differis ssentially In charaiter from ihat was feti; deledby heihim; ihliies moreoh.inhl...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

IMPORTS. December 7.-Taaniania, barque, 502 tons, Cap tain Black, from Lohdon:i 136 bundles bar Iron, 193 bars flat Iron, 28 bundles flat Iron, 140 cart Irons, 3 bundles steel, 15 boxes tin plates, 1 cask tin, 190 bars iron, 1 cask meirclhaidise,20 boxes tin; L. Iredale; 50 hogeheads :ale, 10 hogsheads brandy, Lamb and Parbury; 1 hogshead porter, Rev. R. K. Sconce ; 3 cases 'inerchandise, D. J. Draper ; 20 quarter-cask's wine, 205 boxes glass, 3J. Bucah6han'; 3 baslists oil; RB. M. Robey; 25 hng.heads' beer, Harpur, 'Blundell,' and 'Go,; ', hogslteeds;and 2. 2. cases erchandiser Samuel. Folk; 20 kegs tobacco,, 100 cases, 25 bundles raisins, 50 ,hogsheads ram, 39 , bales, 1 case adl 58,mats, 38 case' , 2 casks and I case glass, 15 packages, T., Smitlh aind:. Co.; 6 cases, 1 IBale, T. Trood; 17, chests,. 1 liox npparel, J. S Willis; 2 bales: woolpacks,,40 hogsheads beer, 400 casks of bottled beer 25,000 countess slates, i cask nails, 58 bundles rope, 85 buindles spades, 32 bales, 18 c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

*AGENTS FOR TIlE CHR1ONICLE: " GOzIDua -Ma. Ca'Iav I BlnuuM!A-Mar B.. 1bIPMA11o. PATmasON-Ma. "J 3-O!S3LL3 z N..U PAZRAMATTA' Ma. ' P. CAUDIFT. Poar Puz.i.rp l .Ma. J. BU LahNt . WOLLONaoNG--Ma.I hIToAS "Fovwga.i : . BATIIURST--Ma T.."T JoNas · QUIzANDVAN-MB:. iJ. . Wa:nra.: MAITLAND- MaR T:4Awl oN r CAMPDI3LLTOWN, &c.-Ma. hM'ALI8~adt& WINoaoa- Ma. JAuasU.CAssxWT"_' !' '. I'aNaIUTf-Ma. JAMS ~sM'CAarISI.a :°: JaaaY'a .PLAuNB-Ma;. 3. . H~I~niPOL;:! BiUNooNIAý-M-Mn. DWAaO' rIOajIjU. AnaIL. mit -Ma.' JOHN No.W.LA $D:.' ' +'}' YAaa-Ma. C. Ronaaa, GNHSonIoa--Mbtf. JOUN a n' Mu CLAUENNU TOwN' AsD ThyMOoa-:'Ma.' DII TIHNRNY.Y Putilisheed in Lwo U ctcZKingjaP Ma. JoNuis, 03, VA gs!vei i aoy:iBrpºNt 11fe. 1V. J. ]lArlan13Y10 spx- l~ fiA! LIAMuENT-MTR1ET, PUfD uN. I!$ntctl for-siba Pgpiri3tNr by aDoIA Ruu JOjHN Hdýa* ,IoY, at I4rtIIt, III the Cbtihin / 6rCuihwie 11d, SdpdJ h1!he¢,yim ,bi thithn GnrostIrOiuCe, 1o. 113, EKi~e', Ib'I A OARat 'Ia-te~eýar{ýF

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. fly the arrivalof the -'Louisa'from Hobart rrown on Sunday, we have intelligence from England to theb24th August. We extract the following summary from the H6bart Town Advertiser. We have been favoured 'by Mr. White, of the firm of Burns & White, of this town, with the perusal of the London Mail, of the 24th August last. This paper was 'for warded by the overland mail. SHer Majesty and Prince Albert had been on a wuise from Cowes to Plymouth. The 'weather ras vry severe. All the Royal family were well. 'Her Majesty and Prince Albert are expected to pay a ,visit to'the King and Queen of the French, at Eu, proceeding to the French court in the Royao Victoria and Alberi yacht, from Osborne House. Her Majesty it was thought, would "maki a third jisit to Scotland, and arrangements were making in aentemplation of it, at'.Dunrobin Castle, the seat of the -Duke of-Sutherland,' and in the' Breadalbane couinty. * The Queen has conferred the honour of knight; hood on .Cap...

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SIR THOMAS MITCHELL'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

SIR THOMAS MITCHELL'S EXPEDITION. A Government f?aette Extraordinary was pub lished on Monday, eiiing, coitaining the despatches of Sir Thbmas Mitchell to his. Excellency the Go vernor, relative to his receiit?7ierland expedition. SNo. 1. Camip at the head qf the River Salvator, in long. 147 o 25' 40" E. ;?at. 2470 50' 17" S. S.. 9ti September, 1846. SSua,-Before setting. outon the-last branch of my exploratory 'operations, [ feel it. my'duty to report to your Excellency the progress made in that'ditfy to thls~tine by the expedition sent into thel interior under my command.. The heat was excessive, and water so very scarce in the channel of the River Bogan, that I was obliged to abandon that route, and it was only with great ddiliculty and after considerable delay, that the party could be conducted to the River -Darling. 'Th"iroughout the month of Janmary, Farenheit's, -thernioneter stood frequently at 117 O ; in the shade was seldom below -100 o ; and I found, on "a ride down the B...

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MISSIONS OF OCEANIA AND THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

MISSIONS OF OCE~AIA AND THE SOUTH ERN PACIFIC. (From the 'Ihblet, July 11.) ' A public meeting was held on Friday, the 3rd, .instant, at Nirid's Sabloniare Hotel for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of estai-' lilshing a branch'of the "Society of OCeania," es tablished in June; 1845, in France. The Right Rev. Dr. Morris; Bishbp of Troy, presided on the occasion. The Right Rev: Prelate:opened'ihe pro ceedings by calling .on thel Rev. L'Abbe de Fbn vielle, charged by the society 'with the commission of establishing a branch of it in England, to state to the meeting the object and plans of' the Society. The Abbe commenced by stating. that thlissociety was a Bister society to that of the Propagation of the Faith-that it w'as a iecessary. supplement to that society ; -that its objects- were primarily to fur nish a means of sending out the Catholic mislion aries piovided by the Proliagation of the Faitfi'to their destinations; and of keeping up a constant communicati...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

CLEO'ATRA'S BANQUETS To ANhroN.--On hl landing (frqm the Cypdus) she invited Antony;and his generals to :a dinner, at which the whole.of the dishes placed before him were of .gold, set with precious stones, and the room and the twelve couches were ornamented with.purple and gold. On Aitony's praising :the splendour of the sight, as passing anything he had befuro:.een, she said it was c trifle, and begged. he would take, tho whole of :it.as ag ift frotd her.. Thle next day he again .dincd:syith! her, and brought a large number of his frilends ,and generals, and was of course startlfoedto.se a coslier., which .made that of the day before seem nothing ; and she again, gavehim the whole of tile gold upon the table, and gave?toepoehlof this friends the couch upon whichihe sat. 'These costly and delicate dinners were continue4 overy day.; .andone evening, lwhen Antony~playfully:blamed her wastefulness, and said itwwas notipossible to farea.in.cmore.costly..monncr, she;toldthim.that tha e ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, DEC. 4. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

INSOLVEN Y PROCEEDINGS,. FRIDAY, DEC. 4. - Before th'e Chief Commirnioner." Paoov Ow CLAIMS. In the estate of William Johnston a second meet. ing was held, but no claims were proved. .In the estate of George and Emma Rowley, a special meeting was held, at which the trustees ap. peared and tendered their accounts; after which the meeting was adjourned for amonth in order to allow time for Messrs. Sillitoe, Fairfax and Scott to ex. amine the same, and for such other business as may then be brought before the creditors. SATURDAY, DEC. 5. In the estate of James B. Laughton,' a special meeting was held,'at which Robert Porter?proved a claim for £29 6s. 6d. MEhTINGS OF CanDITOIs. To-morrow-James Johnstone Leslie, to apply for his certificate. Friday-Thomas Byrne, .a single meetingat.11 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 December 1846

T9A,,ylgChrocl' iS~pub itedu cCa week, on, Wedniesday and Saturday; ad iexteniycu ri `New: Sbd Wales Van Diemen's out 30tg, '1+ ne, 33 OtA, S eptgn mber, and 31 slC De ce rnbe r; at w hich p eriods o in y su iscr ilirs coi decline receiving it, after pa y&'ing th rar u.imou n at due . sLand , S uk W eac Sdu t v N w ai a a1e n di W o In si on a Land nti uet ,Wt a ir, :1eri'it d d I conrtu l e discliiinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock otengoud dra but nelqaadvertisements acereceidrd ill si o'clock on the 'evenig befr publication.-611 knstructinrs-nmust be giuejr an.trtlng;'anr ddCI;ctlforoa post j aid1 nevni.~o usdyaeria;bt eqavetsmns r eeie il i cok neeweigbfoeVbiato.Al ~tutinmkjbegvnintrti4; v.tiit spw.ad S0 TIC. E. ,Hi s.UBSCRIBERS to this Paper, -. and the'Public in general, are respect fsllyinformed,:thct the following ruleswill In future, be. strictly adhered to:? -. . -IN SYDNEY"-The Subscription is Ten Shillings per: quarter, or Two Pounds ...

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