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REVOLUTION IN AUSTRIA. RECEPTION OF THE EMPEROR—HANGING THE EFFIGY OF METTERNICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

REVOLUTION IN AUST?IA. RECEPTION OF THE EMPEROR-HANGING THE EFFIGY OF METTERNICH. VIENNA, MARCH 15.--The Emperor has this day taken a drive in his carriage through severdl of the principal streets of the capital, accotmpa nied by his brother. The people wanted to take the horses from the carriage, and draw it them. selves; but at the express instance of the Em peror, they refrained from such acts of servility, Count d'Apponi has resigned his office of Court Chanlcellor of Hungary. A Prussian paper states that the palace of Prince Metternich within the city of Vienna has not been injured by the populace. Yesterday, however, they erected a gallo?:s in front of his palace, and inilicted capital ptinishnient ot the etligy of its urost unpopular proprietor. This exhibition conti nued during the entire day, not' did the authori ties dare to attempt its removal. A correspondent writing from Vienna, of the 14th, says-" The Princess Metternich has taken her departure along with the prince, h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

LIBRARY! LIBRARY! LIBRARY JOSEPH .COLLXINS ~EGS'to notify to the BsEADING PUBLIC of Goulburand its vicinity, that hle purposes forming A "1Circulatig Libray . In this flourislhing town.: . He has ý'institnoted his agent, in Sydney, to. select'and forward, without delay,..a variety:oft the best and '.newly published standard :works extant, in Novels, History,. Biograhplhy, Travels, and general polite Literature, and las soon asithe books arrive due notie iwill be given.. SANTED, at a road-.ide House, about 20 miles from Goulburn, a MAN and his WI'E. The man to act as Cook and make himself useful, and the woman as general house servant. Apply at the office of this paper. S.ADv RTISFMENrT.).].. :.. LICENSING MEETING. FIAT .JUSTITIA iUAT CJELUII. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. S?n,-On Friday the 14th instant, at.a Special MIeeting" of the'. Justices of Goulbmn. Ao DREW N.WMIAN, of. thietownu:of Goulburn,,was refused a spirit license for said town, itn.lcotisequence of being .unab...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Goulburn Market Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

Goulburn Iwarket Prices. FLQUR AT TELE.R SIL:.cL First quality, ..... ..... ...15s. pop:1001b. Second ditto . ....... .... .. Ration ...12s. Wheat, best ;qiality,.ý.F'4s.3d? per btushol.: Inferior ditto ... .... l .... ..Pollard ........ ls.Od. S Bread,. 4d..the 21b. loaf . . BUTCHER S MEXT;.-Sa if as last week.. ,PouLrTan.-PFowls,'1s;:3d pe couple ; ducks, Is G61d to -2s. ditto;. turkeys ,;s.: iditto ; geese, 6s. ditto. VEOETAELES. -CibbageSr 1d. to 3d. a head ; tiurnips, .3d a:,i'bunlch ; "carrots, ditto onions, none FPuIT.-Oranges, is. a dozen; Lemons, ls. ditto ; apples, from Is. to 2s. dozen. GnrAIN.-Wheat, 4s. to 4s. Gd. per bushel Barley, (English Malting,) -3s. 6d. to 4s., Cape ditto,'3s.; Maize, 3s, 61. Corn, 4s. bushel. FODDEn.-Heay, £5 per ton, Straw, £'2 do.

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LATE IMPORTANT NEWS. SEDITION IN IRELAND. Liverpool, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

4LATE IMPORTANT NEWS. SEDITION IN IRELAND. Liverpool, Monday. THE following letter was received this morning by ii tradesman in this town, from a relative :residing in the neighbourhood of Dublin.: " Saturday night'O o'clock -An officer that is lodging with us has just received information that there is an outbreak in Limerick, and the people have beaten the soldiers. The hills which are seen from here are all illuminated with large fires. We can see twenty from our window." We have received, no confirmatiou of this report.-Times, March 28.

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Poetry. THE DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

THE DETERMTNED. i?i Womainn! fie:le, taitltless, sex! No rtiore sdall me our pranks perplex 'Your snailes,,your tears, your amorous tricks Henucefwoth I'll stand them all " like bricks." Olh i~ti't 'a foolish ass I've been; To bl'e o ofteli taken iii; An d malde the dupe. of each coquette, Thatcihose at me " her cat, to set." .irst Sarah Jones's witcling smile Did' niy too easy heart beguile; Bhi"u k I turned my h'ed' one nlight I saw her at me " take a sight," Then Betsy S'inith, whose anburn hair, And sky-blue eyes, and ueck so fair Inflauicel y lieart, inade mie her bea ; But soon I found it was " no go." She h;idat least a dozen more Who liover'd round her father's door; 'At length with one she got so.thick, I thought 'twns time to " cut my stick." Next Susan Thomps'on caught my eye; I thought her frank, butt'she proved sly'; She cunning was, and deep no doubt, But I one eveiing " bowl'd her out." I called-and though with kiowing grin; The servant said she was nlot illn I heatrd...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848

DR. NICHOLSON. --- We have been requested to state, that Dr. Nicholson was unavoidably de- tained at Major Lockyer's, on the other side Mal ralan, last night, in consequence of his horses being knocked up ; but that he will arrive at the Royal Hotel this morning, in sufficient time to keep his appointment with his constituents. THE NEW CHURCH BERRIMA. --- This neat little stone-built edifice is progressing towards completion, and presetits .very handsome ap-' pearance, beini of the gothic style of archtileo 'ture, anti occupying a'site in .every way adapted to set it off to advantage. We' have beecs fit.. vored with a view of the plan and elevations, which reflect much creilit 6in the archilect.., CATHOLIC CHURCH. --- Some months ago a subscription was entered into by the Catholic communion of Berrima, for the erection of a Catholic Church in that town ; and much dissa. tista?tion lhas been expressed by the subscribers to finId that nothing has yet beent done towards the comm:enceme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

TERMS.--Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. E No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa. per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONES. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Od. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion ; and all advertise ments that do not state on the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until countermanded and charged to the parties concerned. No verbal communication can be attended to, and all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. The quarter's end on 31st March, 30th June, 23rd September and 23rd December, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying the amount due to the end of the current quurter. Edited, printed, and, published by WILLIAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Printing Office, Auburn street,Goulbur,.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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APPALLING TRIPLE MURDER AT FOOT'S CRAY, KENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

APPALLING TRIPLE MURDER'AT FOOT'S CRAY; KENT.' The peaceful village of Foot's Cray, Kent, has lately been thrown into a state of great conster nation that during the night a niurder had been perpetrated under circumstances far more atro cious than, although somewhat similar to that committed by the quaker, Tawell, some veilrs since. The victims in this instance are John and Ellen Lawson, two clhildren under six years of age, and their mother, Ellen, about 30 years of age. The unfortunate woman, who has been thus brutally murdered, has for the last year lived in a small but genteel cottage, about half a uile beyond this village, on the road to St. Mary's Cray, Kent, and hits hiltherto passed for a widdw. She was visited by a gentleman, whom she said was a favourite brother, and the' only relative with whom she was on friendly terms, in enhse quence of her marriage having been in opposition to the wishes of the other members of her fia mily. Suspicion was, however, created that such w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

.MULTUI IN PARVO. (FRoM LATE AUSTRALIAN PAPERS.) On Sunday, July 8, while Mr.Foote, the agent of the Van Dieman's Land Colonial Missionary Society, was engaged in opening the evening service at Richmoud, he was suddenly struck with apoplexy. After taking some water, he ex pressed a wish to oountinue the service, but total prostration of strength soon followed. He was removed to his house and never spoke again. l'he Lieutenant-General of Van Diemten's':Land has received a despatch fronl the Right Hon the Secretary of State, conveying Her Majesty's ap proval of the appointment of Francis Burgess Esq. to a seat in the Legislative Council.-Se. veral farms in the vicinity of Auckland, have lately changed hands. One, on the Tamaki, containing 130 acres, all under cultivation, be longing to Messrs. Farmer and Wallace, was sold for £1000, being at the rate, within a trifle, of £7 14s. per acre. A second, the property of Mr. Kennedy, near the Three Kings, containing 400 (uncultivated) acres,...

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PLYMOUTH CITADEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

PLYMOUr CI'ICITADEL. Orders have b~ieei: received for. the immiediate iiitreaise of ihe iakiitriieht of this fiirtiess.--35 18-pouilde s, ii.wlyjust at ihe Carron Foundry, aidl i~veigifiig eaclhfin ana'verage2 tons 4 cwt. 8'lbs. aiid supplied?vith the modern sights, are to be added to the artillery. Thirteen of these wvere on' the 23rd Mairch, sent from the gun wharf at Davenport, and illhe same day drawn from Fisher's Nose, with the assistance of horses, by about 63 artillery men, and mounted on the ramparts, under the inspection of Capt.Grtyson, Royal Artillery, the resident officer, and Mr. An. derson, the master-gunner. Thirteen more were received on the 25th of March, and the remain der will shortly follow. These pieces are intended chiefly for the land faicing, atnd the tmain entrance to the fortress the sea lacing beiiig already provtided. Every embrasure tIhrougltout the works is to have a gutt. At the south-east acute angle of the ranm parts, over Fisher's Nose, preparation...

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THE NOMINATION DAY. ARRIVAL OF DR. NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

EISIcttonee~tg. :ARRWAL OF DR. NICHOLSON. ON Saturday last, Dr. NICHOL'SON met his 'constituents, pursuant to appoint ment, at the Police Office, and entered upon an 6xpoisiti?ri of his political senti snents. The Doctor ~i'peared witli last Satur .day's number of'the Goulburn Herald in his hand; and referred to the letter,. sigiied AzLPnA, coit~iihing several queries'. 'upon which' his political view 'werere- : quested, gid' wuhitdh lie answe ed se;i. "atin. 1Previouisly. however, to his address, ve'ry great dissatisfadtion was expressed at- the hole and corner manner in which the committee was forined, without the general .kuiowlege. or consent of tihe electors: a circumstance for which Dr. Nicholson expressed his sincere regret. The first, and by far the most impor tant topic, the Doctor said, was the land question; 'for, he considered that all the evils'of which every class of people in the whole community had to complain flowed from that one prolific source-the nron strous high...

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THE THREE DAYS OF VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

THE THREE DAYS OF VIENNA. FRO1M Ta " MtIRNIOe IIERALD." Tar three days of the 13th, 14h, uand 15th of March will be ever memorable ii the histurO of Europe. The last stroulghold of absohlutism has fallen, a new guarantee is given for -the preser vation of the peace of Enrope; na. Constitution was granted by "the Empetir of.Austriara, ote the 15th of M arch, 1848 !--Francee- had -its, days of July, 1830; but Austria,; degraded and e?; ehii iated by the treacierous policy of its ministers, has recovered in these three glorious ,ddsis itS deeiaying strelgth, its : moral force; adrid its im paired credit' The excitetent iof tlie moneidit d'oes not per tmit ouie:to gve: yoiu such aii: atcoittin as I cocld wish. I shall, tlheiefier;, nlimit it to' a shirt fiind precise itarrative.of the e"vetis, " ? Monday, the 13thl, httil: tetie fi ed' for thi meeting of the Anistl'ian Diet: : hi'ida l y efore, aboti' 1,500 students oif the'Univertity, utilted with the scholairs of tne Polytmechnic Inst...

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THE NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

THE NOMINATION DAY. ON Tuesday morning, a number of gentlemen assembled at the " Royal Hotel," and proceeded to Kenmore, the residence of Dr. Nicholson, for the pur pose 'of escorting him into the town, when a procession was formed .in the, following order : Four of the committee,namely-Mess. Waugh, iKitson, 'Gerrard, and Layard ; after which, followed Captain Rossi's. carriage and four, driven by Mr. Rossi, Jun., other equipages and horse-men bringing up the rear. Having conducted Dr. Nicholson to the " Royal Hotel," the gentlemen dismounted and the pro cession was re-formed under the direc tion of Mr. Dignam, when it proceeded to the Court-House, decorated with ro setts, preceded by a band, and the usual accompaniment of banners, &c. On their arrival at the Court-House, Mr. M'Arthur, the Returning Officer, read the writ, and Dr. Nicholson was at once nominated and returned, there being no opposition, when the Dr. came for ward and returned thanks for the high honor conferr...

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CONDITION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

CONDITION OF IRELAND. [FROM THE LONDON " TIMES" MARCH 24, 1848.] THE normal conditiol of Ireland is one of dis quiet. Restless, turbulent, and noisy, she is soothed neither by the smiles of prosperity nor lhe tenderness of benevolence. At times, when the rest of the empire is cheered by the gentle gales of commercial good fortune, or lulled in the repose of political tranquility, " the sister island" foregoes her share alike of lte tranquil ity and the prosperity. She grumbles, she frets, :and she murmers. She has grievances to array against the self-complacency of alien .contett ment, and the chucklings of alien opuleuce. ihe is angry at indifferenbce; and only more au? gry at argument. No wonder, then, that at periods' 'of general political excitement-when all is dark a.nd threatening-when the daily questions: on men's lips is '* What is the last revolution ?" no wonder that Ireland should add. her own. element of disturbance towards the existing coni plexity,of affairs and the pr...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

THE DINNER. At 2 o'clock the company began to arrive, and on dinner being announced to Dr Nicholson by the Committee, lie took the chair. The table was laid for upwards of'120 gentlemen, and extended along the whole suit of " Mandleson's" -splendid apartments -which were thown open for the occasion.' It is impossible to speak too highly of the taste and-ele gance with which this dinner was got up, considering that Mr. Mandelson had scarcely twenty-four hour's notice. :In fact, with the whole arrangements Dr. Nicholson, as well as his guests, appear ed to be highly gratified. On the viands being removed, Dr. Nicholson rose to propose the health of the Queen,. who, lie believed, had no more loyal subjects in any part of her dominions than in New South Wales. Drank with the usual honors. AIR-" God save the Queen." 'Dr. Nicholson then proposed the health of Prince Albert and the Royal -Family, which he felt sure would be re sponded to with all that becoming love and allegiance which was...

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THE EXILED LONDONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

THE EXILED LONDONER. I roam beneath Australian sky, That sky is cloudless, warm and clear, And ev'ry thing is glad but I ; But ah! my heart is far from here. They bid me look on Forests green, And Squattages which stretch so far; Yet I rejoice not in their sheen, But longing turn to Temple Bar, They bid me list the torrents roar. In all its foaming boundless pride; But I-I only think the more On living torrents in Cheapside ! They bid me mark the mighty stream, Which Murrumbidgee rolls to sea; But then I sink in pensive dream, [thee! And turn my thoughts, dear Thames to They bid me note the mouutains high, Whose blue.capp'd peaks myprospects end I only heave a secret sight- To Ludgate Hill my wishes tenl. They taunt me with our denser air, And fogs so thick you scarce can see; Then, yellow fog, I will declare, Though strange to say, I long for thee. And every thing in this bright clime But serves to turn my thofights to thee! Thou, London, of an earlier time, Oh! when shall I return...

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FLYING RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

FLYING RUMOURS. It is true that Dr. Nicholson is a fit and pro. per person to represent us. It is true that Major Lockyer was heard to hum Jem Crow during Mr. Macarthur's speech. It is not true that Captain Hovell sang " Oh what a fine thing to be father-in-law." It is true that Mr.Macarthur sang " The little brunette in Florence." It is true that a certain gentleman pointed significantly over his left shoulder whilst vocife. rating ' hear, hear' during a lengthy speech. It is true that Mr. Davis patted Mr. Chatfield on the back uselessly, as it brought forth nothing worth speakingof. It is true that.Mr. Kitson returned thanks for the.ladies, but admitted that it was out of his power :o do them justice. It is true that Mr.Layard was the most modest man at the dinner. It is true that Mr. Dignam spoke to the pur pose on several occasions. It is true that Mr. Chisholm said he would have stood for. the.county.if .auy other man ex cept Dr. Nicholson had presented himself.:. It is true th...

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Poetry. THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEA'S LEG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEA'S LEG; H-RE rests, and let no saucy knave Presume to sneer, or laugh To learn that mouildering in the grave Is laid a British CALF. For he who writes these lines is stre That those who read the whole Will find, such laugh were premature,, For here too lies a BOLE. And her five little ones repose, Twin-born with other live, Unheeded by their brother toes, Who all ale now alive. A leg and foot, to speak more plain, Lie here of one commanding, Who though his wits he aight retain, Lost half his understaunding. lWhto when the eulls, with thunder fraught, Poured bullets thick as hail, 'Could only in this way be taught To give the foe leg-bail. And now in England just as gay As in the battle brave, Goes to the rout, review, or play, With one foot in the grave. Fortune in vain here showed her spite, SFor be will still be found, Should Englald's sons engage in fight, Resolved to stand his ground. But Fortune's pardon I must beg, She meant not to disarm, And whent she ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SIB, Ia your columns are not too full, would you give insertion to the following remarks on the proceedings of the meeting of Saturday last, at which Dr. Nicholson appeared, to state his poli tical principles to the people of Argyle. I It is very evident that--the meeting as to its number was utterly nullified by that self constituted cominittee,. which called it. The 'gentlemen composing that still unknown com mittee have thrown an amount of discredit upon the electors of Argyle, which will be re. mereered for a long:tiine to. aome. They have deprived the friends af,th new.representative the opportunity of .sil0"'.g him that respect, to which his talents, his character, and his libe ral views entitled him. He came into our good town, as if he were only an ordinary traveller. There was none to meet him-none to give a hearty welcome to the man, who has for so long occupied the chair of our Legislative Assembly, and who has been for years fighting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 29 July 1848

SHEEP. THE Advertiser wishes to'take on halves im., metiately, One .Thousand-Ewes, to which the greatest attention will be paid. tilhe run for them is of the first-rate order, and capable of grazing ten times the number. The Rainms to be .found by the leaser of, the sheep. For further particulars, apply at the Ofice of this Paper. . P The Sheep must be clean. 9,* The Rams and Woolpacks. to be free of cost. WANTS A SITUATION 'AS SUPERINTENDENT. A PERSON of extensive practical experience in Sheep, Hlorned Cattle, and Horses. Castration and Spraying, Performed with snfety and dispatch. ,Would have noobjectiolt to Farmiug. Lett?g ,adressed pre-paid;.(under eovei, to I A'B,' at the Office of this paper, will be atttuded to. None but principals need apply. RAMS FOR SALE. R.DIGNAM will submit to PublicAtution, at the yards of the Salutation Inn, Goul burn, on MONDAY, August the 7th, at Eleven o'clock, SIXTY RAMS. They are first cross from Southdown -lams, im ported by the late Mr. Crisp, o...

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