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Foreign Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

la- -.^' '' ' ' ? - ~ ™ ' ' ? ' v* 'Hfos-'_ppreigrn.'.lntelliffence.;ji \ if-- t(-Fr6mithe Manchester; Guardian.) . . )G^R^ANy(4,AND DBNMARk^At length there .seejn's itoJtbe a' fair ''prospect of settling the senseless, iroublespme, a,nd protracted quar - !rel,!i.whicii ? sp'ringing' originally from the idle dreams pf ra few German professors, has caused ;a 'considerable amount' of blood shed,' exhausted^the', resources of the people for whose benefit ii* was' alleged ; tojbe un-i dertaken^anterruDted 'commerce to a most injurious extent, and thrown all northern1 Europe into confusion. During the last few days, rumours from Berlin, of the near approach of .a pacific and satisfactory solu tion of this knotty'' question,' have become more,rifeand more bonsistent' than before; and they are strongly^ ?corroborated by the inactivity of the Grerman arid Danish forces in Schieswig arid Jutland. The most sa tisfactory ground of belief in the approach ing termination of thewar^ however, is t...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

Vmpqunfieil. At Bathurst, on the 18th day of October. 1849 ri-i^; One 'white poley bullock, apparently- TMoflf-7 rump and ribs,' top off off' ear. ? ' ? ? '? '? ... ?_?.'.' One brown andwhite bullock, apparently TM off and ribs, top off off ear. ; ; ' :' ' ?'''??' ''? ?'? One mouse colour and white bullock, illegible brand both rumps, top off near ear, off ear slit. - ? ? One red steer, l)ke F off thigh and shoulder. . One yellow and white bullock, JP conjoined with C off rump. . . ','. ?-??;??-????' One red bullock, white belly, illegible brand near rurap and ribs, top off near ear, off ear slit. One red and white steer, IB near ribs. . One red and white steer, IB near ribs. If not released will be sold on Wednesday, the 14th November. 11s. Od. RoQEa Yeo, Poundkeeper At O'Connell Plains, on the 8th day of October, 1849, by'Mr. P. Macnamara :? — One chesriut horse, DS with HP conjoined under ' on near shoulder, a little white down the. forehead, 8 years old, 1,6'J hands high ; damag...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST F[?] P[?]. "Ay, well, thou may'st say it Ralph; but can'st thou prove it Ralph P There's the business. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

fSF We do notidentify ourselves with the opin ions of our Correspondents. Tpth$ Editor; ,#.Thb Bathurst Frrij P*km. ,'??*? Ay. well, tlipu. may'st say it Ralph; but ctn'st tliou prpve.it Ralph P There's the. business. Sir,— It has been, weji said that', some men are.' born, great others' achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them,'; Ttita quotation 'seems, tome, to 'apply', with peculiar 'h'app'inessf to Mr; R. Y.' Cousins.1/ who)' from a' life' of comparative obscurity^ has suddenly been raised to. a position so immeasurably beyond' his comprehension, that. by. way of letting the world know how bounteous that fickle jade -' Fortune'- has smiled upon him of late : he. magnanimously doles forth his own greatness tcT the public in'no~less~apbsi'ti6'n'thah that of a censor' upon 'magisterial authority, arid as the champign. of .'oppressed: ticket of leave; holders I! ! This greatness, however, ap-' pears from its novelty, to sit so uiifiasily upon' him', Mthatrout0 of ...

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Select Poetry. THE CHURCH YARD STILE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

ii^PS ^te' '..,:. 'W&.GUWCU-YATil) . STILE.* ?* ?I left thee youngand gay, Mary, ? When last'thethorn was white ; 1, went upon my way; Mary, ' ' And all the world' seemed 'bright : For , though my love had ne'er been told, Yet; yet I!saw thy form, Beside me; in the midnight watch. Above me, in the storm, .'.'' . And many, a blissful dream I had, That brought thy gentle smile Just as it came when' last we leaned, . Uponthe Church-yard stile. - I'm here to seek thee now, Mary, ?; ':As-U % Jove the best;' --,???? To fondly tell thee. how, \fary, I've hid thee, in my breast j I came'to yield thee upmy heart, With hope, and truth, and.joy, And crown- with manhood's honest faith The feelings of the boy. ? ? ? ? ? I breathed 'thy name', but every pul»o 'Grew' stiH'and'cdld the while,' ' ' For I was told tljou wer$ asleep, Just'-by* the Clfurch-yard stile. ' .' : $y' messmates deemeil me. brave, Ma?T» ; ~\Uj-pn';thV jinking'' sliip; .''. .'. ' ' But flowery o'.er^hy. grave', Mary, ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

''?' ' Carcoar S3.acea. , ?? A M E-ET I N.G will be held .at Mr. Twaddel'a, ?ill1 (Rova.1^' Hotel) on Tuesday the 30th inst. when all parties interested in the ensuing Carcoar Annual Racks are -particularly requebted to attohd. ..^^, Car'coar'^Oct. 24-h 1849;;: Valuable Farms to Let, at Hartley. TO ,LET, pn-reasonable terms, for such period ' as may be ngreed on, that well known piece of valuable lanil.j situated at Blackman's Svtamp; near Mount Clarence, on the old Bathurst lino of iRoad; containing, ; - . ONE HUNDRED AND. FIFTY ACRES, with a1 good r uh adjoining. .._??? It wiirbe let either, in one 'or two farms. There ; are about Sixty acres of prime land, free from timberjand ready) for tlie plough. ,I( ,-,,-- ? ? The situation .o'f this 'farm is well adapted for a House of Entertaiment, which.^vith' Paddocks and Yards/lo ah' industrious tenant, would be 'sure to' yield a handsome return. ',??', , , ' ; Application as to rent' and other particulars, to be made;to-the uutlersigri...

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Execution. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

Execution. Yesterday morning ' Patrick Walsh,,' convicted at the last Criminal Assizes of the wilful murder of 'Banjamin Fox' was called on to expiate his oflence in front of the Bathurst Gaol ? As early as eight o'clock a crowd of persons had collected and continued to increase until after the ' Sheriff.' lWo should say that upon a moderate calculation, the total number present could not have been much less than from six to seven hun dred. Of these, a very largo proportion consisted (as usual) of women and children. There is in deed something truly shocking in the avidity with which — in tho enso of ignorant and uncultivated females— these kind of spectacles aro sought after. We observod moro than one vehicle literally cram med with then'1, and we could not help Wondering at the taste, which in a particular instance,' induced a whole bevy of fair dames to undertake a journey of twenty miles in order to feast their eyes upon the dying agonies of a miserable fellow-creature I Sincere...

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WEEKLY SALES. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

WEEKLY SALES..:. , CATTLE. ' ' ' '??.'? '? Mr. K nghorne, 120 head, at £2 15s. J.OO^iljs,, Ryan and liapcr. . '????? --' '''','1' ''.', - Mr. : Brown V 40 heau; 'at £2 Ipa., 060'iliS.V Ilyon and ^Saperc - '- ???'????i 'f-MW'Pi^ar.^aa ^»eda.,at, '£2 6s.:r eoO^lbs.M :Cleeve;an*Slanfield?-7b ?''?????'.' -''[^i'-' 'y..; '-To McfMr;,. Brown, 10 1 1 headrr'at'£2ol03.v:l70b 'lbs'.,' Su'lli^an ,audABlakeney.i;-;5!i'''''';- ,'v- ?? : -1 - '?' [-rM *' '' Mr.-Blick'man^lia ,head, -at .:£2Uu3.;600^''lbs-,/' Wdll^ahtl Sullivan^' .'.-, . ,;, .,.,--. ... '-'.» .-..-? : .air. Rills, 125 heaa, at £2;' 550. lbs.', ,WaU ? and, ^uiii?an.^vo j 'w ***'?*' ;^';v; r':i ',,;^' ,;,.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 27 October 1849

Xiooal Intelligence. A Second Da mi. a h. — Amongst the: number of idla and disorderly persons who, on Tuesday week were called upon to answer for; their past behaviour; the name' of Elizabeth Austin stood prominently for-' ward. On taking her station at' the bar; we experienced no small degree of surprise at hearing her accused of making an* im proper use of her personal attractions*. To' say that these' latter were; at least, upon a very limited scale, would' be to- say but little' to the purpose; there was something so altogether or/raurdinary about her person and appearance; She w«3'about the middle height, and in point of age aomewhat-on the shady side of forty. Her hair — Oh. how shall we describe those golden locks ! possessed that depth and richness of colour ing so remarkably conspicuous in the carrot. She had moreover a pair of eyes that wonld absolutely put to shame all that has been said about the glonous optics of ' boiled- mackarel,' and, when to this is added a little...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Tuesday, 16th October. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. ; Tuesday, \6th October. Will be sold at the old Military Barracks, George -street, Sydney, at Eleven o'clock on Friday* the 23rd day of November, the following portions of land :— SUBURBAN LOTS. Westmoreland; — Thirty-one acres, parish unnamed, near Blaxland's Swamp ; com mencing on a small creek (tributary to Lowther Creek,) at a point bearing west 40 degrees 30 minutes, north distant 26 chains from the west extremity of the south bound dary line of Bett's 150 acres ; and bounded on the east by a line bearing south 15 chains ; on the south by a line bearing west 21 chains '50 links ; on the west by a line bearing north 15 chains and 45 links to the aforesaid creek ; and on the north by that creek downwards to the commencing point. Upset price £1 per acre. Bathurst, — Fifty acres, parish unnamed, on Wangoola Creek ; commencing at a paint bearing east 8 degrees south, and dis tant 1 87 chains from the north-east corner of a measured portion of 100 acres; and boun...

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THE MEN WHO TAKE PART IN THE HUNGARIAN WAR. GENERAL GUYON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

THE MEN WHO TAKE PART IN THE . HUNGARIAN AVAR. — GENERAL GUYON. ' Some twenty years. ago a young Englishman named Guyon, entered the Austrian mili tary service, in which he in time attained the rank of Captain, in the mean while he -had become attached to the daughter of Field-Marshal Baron Sple'ny, the Comman d er of the Hu rigar ian Life - guard* s. Upo n his marriage with this amiable lady he left the army/ and took' sprne land upon which he resided, happy in the circle of his family and in the general esteem of hi.* neigh bours. When, in September, 1848, the hordes of Jellachich were poured into Hun gary, and Kossuth's fiery words called- the whole nation to arms, Guyon, long con nected and thoroughly sympathising with the liberal party, offered his services as a volunteer. He was immediately invested with the command of an ill-armed batta lion of Land-sturm (general levy,) and at the head of this he contributed to the defeat of Jellachicli at Sukaro. In the month of October he ...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

Impounded. At Canowindra, on the 15th day of October, 1849, from the Soldiers1 Flats, Lachlan River, by Thomas Brierley : — One blue sided cow, both ears marked, like MS off rump One spotted calf, unbranded One yellow sided bow horned cow, TP near rump and illegible brand rump and shoulder One red steer, white mark under neck,WF rump and ribs One brintl\Q cow- HTN off ribs One roan snail horn bullocj;i ^ off/wrap, bne bnndle steer, white face* CB rump and! thigh Qiie brindle sided heifer, CD rump and thigh One red coarse barren cow, white on flanks, IT offside, illegible brand off shoulder A.S7 One red poley steer, JC off rump, P off thigh and ribs ; trespass, on each head sixpence. Impounded on the 17th day of October, 1849, from the Estate of T. Icely, Esq. : ? One bay colt, plack points, star on forehead, long tail, B olf shoulder, about 3 years old, about 14A hands high MF One bay horse, small star on forehead, long tail, 10 near shoulder, 5 years old, 14£ hands high ; trespass ...

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THE BATHURST PREE PRESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1849. IS THE "FREE PRESS" WHAT ITS NAME IMPORTS? [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

THE BATHURST IREE PRESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1849. IS THE ' FREE PRESS ' WHAT ITS NAME IMPORTS? We have just perused Homo's letter, and are much obliged to him for the interest he takes in our welfare, but beg to remind him that his caution is quite unnecessary. Were he a little better acouainted with our char* acter, he would know that a disposition to ' pander,' either to people in office, or to people out of office, forms not the slightest part of it. How he could put such a con struction upon the mere insertion of a letter in reply to a former one, we are at a loss to understand. Could we, with any show of consistency or fairness, refuse the right of reply in case of an attack ?— a right which is respected in all free communities ; or does the mere insertion of Shearman's letter discover any disposition to pay court to the powers (hat be, particularly when it is pub licly stated that 'we do not identify our selves with the opinions of our correspond ents ? We have given our li...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

MQLTUM IN PA-RVOi' (From late Australasian Papers .J Mr. Qoinn, the celebrated tight rope per former, attempted, on Tuesday October 23, to cross Hunter's liiver, at Morpeth, oh a rope stretching from the Queen's Wharf to a tree on the opposite bank, and made fast in the centre to a craft moored in the middle of the river. He was unsuccessful, although he made several attempts, owing to the swaying of the ropes, which threw him off, and but for his extraordinary activity in catching the rope with his' hands, would have been precipitated into the water. — An aboriginal has recently been sentenced to a month's hard labour in Maitland Gaol, for stealing a hatchet. — A correspondent of the Mailland Mercury states that the Californian fever has seized many of the small farmers and graziers about Jerry's Plains. He states that the operation of the pre-emptive right conceded to the large proprietors, their *mall farms have become valueless.— -A cor respondent of the Maitland Mercury wishes ...

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ON THE STUDY OF NATURAL HISTORY AS A BRANCH OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

ONVrlB STUDY OFNATilRVL T HIS TORY AS A BRANCH OF EDUCA TION. r ! .T his often been a matter of surprise and regret that the study of natural history, or of those physical objects which are perpetu ally before our eyes and 'daily strew our iiath. should not have taken deeper root, and even formed an elementary part'of. education in the scholastic institutions of N.:S. \tyales. Considering the subject, on,, the score. of. Amusement merely, it is assuredly one of. the most delightful occupations that can employ the attention of human beings. But it Iihs higher claims on our notice ; it leads us, us Mr. Judly observes, to investigate mid survey the workings and ways of Pro vi- videuce in this created world, of wonders, filled witli his never' absent power; it occu pies and elevates the mind ; is inexhaustible in supply ; and, while it furnishes meditation for the closet of the studious, gives to the '? reflections of the moralizing rambler 'admi- ration rind delight, and is an engaging...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE Bathurst FRRE Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

sgg' \Ye do 'not identify ourselves with the opin ions of our Correspondents. ©ftatititl iZ,avve4pait~aence, 7b the Editor of The Bat'huust FaaE Press. Sir, ' ... ' la your Issue of Saturday last I proposal giving the pub lic Bomo Information relatlvq to a recent proseoutloii, instituted1 byfthe majority of tlio. legal- profession against ?mo, for what ; they- wore pleased to call an1, enormous infraction df tho conveyancing Act. I now beg leave through tho medium of your useful and iudepondont ' .journal, if not really, at least in part, to porform. that pro mise. This prosecution vras cbmmbncod by Mr. Wadeson, that great mbtapliyaical tactician, assisted by Mr. Walsh, a gontloman no I039 -distinguished for his abilities as a Zonobian disciple than his worthy colleague. What with this extraordinary power, and other side winds of a local and national pharaotor, must bo oxpeoted to produce, if not an absolute conveyance, at least an absoluto conviction Mr. Wadeson, though only a witn...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

Police Office. On Tuesday morning, a number of persons ap peared upon summons to answer sundry informa tions preferred against them under tho Towns Police Act, for allowing their cattlo to stray about tlio streets. Tho first case called upon was that of Patrick Butler, who pleaded guilty to an informa tion charging him with offending in tho nnmbcr of flvo head on tlio 27th instant. The Chief Con stable also alleged that defendant was the owner of tho cow that on Sunday week attacked Mrs. Cur rio's little girl, and so severely injured it. Defendant strenuously denied the fact ; tho cow had been given away to a person residing at tho Tisli Kivcr, who had frequently promised to send for it. Be this as it may, the Police Magistrate strongly re commended the immediate destruction of the animal. Its ferocious disposition, as ovinccd in tho case of the child, was a sufficient death warrant, and in this, as most other cases, tho safest course was the wisest. Defendant was thon fined in the ...

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Settler's Wholesale Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

Settler's Wholesale Price Current. BATHURST. Flour — Fine, is selling at £10, and seconds, £9. Bran — 3s. per cwt. from the Millers. Wheat — The demand is not brisk, prices varying from 2s. Gd. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. Bacon — Good samples are in demand at from 4d to 4£d. per pound, by the load. Cheese^— Several loads have come to town, during ? the week, prices 3Jd. to 4d. per pound, for ' prime samples ; a reduction in these articles ?v- may be looked for. Potatoes — \A small quantity has arrived in town, '''?' during' the week, which have fetched, whple ??' '' 'sale,' £5 6s. to £5 lbs. per ton; retail, they are selling at 6s. Gd. and 7s.. per cwt. , \laizocrls in demand at prices varying from 3s 3d . to 3s 9d per bushel, according to quality. Hay— From£2 10s to £3 per ton, Butter— Is. per pound; salt, ditto, 7d to 8d wholesale Eggs— Sd. per dozen.

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

impounded, At Hartley, on the 24th day of October, 1819, from John Maxwell, Esq., J.P., Littloton : — One brown cow, and heifer calf, branded FIT on the thigh One red cow and male calf, same brand One red steer, and one red brindle steer, same brand ; damages 3d. each. Tho property of James Tongue, whose residence is not known, and whose agent Thomas Triskett, will not release them Onered.bnllock, like HT on the thigh One red brindle speckled cow, ET or IT upside down on the offrump One black cow, like TE upside down on the off rump, brand on the near rump not legible ; damages 3d. each To be sold in 24 days if not sooner released from the 1st day of publication. JAMES M'CAY, Poundkeeper. At Molong, on the 22nd day' of October, 1849 .— One, bay horse, WH on the off shoulder, star in the forehead, two hind fetlocks white, and broke in to saddle ; 3 years old, 16 hands high If the above horse is not released on or before the 13th day of November, 1849, ho will be sold pursuant to Act ...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

To the Editor of The Bathuust Free Press. SIR, — The writer of Shearman's letter appears to take it for granted that Shearman was tho object of attack in mine, which appeared in your issue of the 20th October, He was mistaken. It was intended as a comment upon the impartial administration of justice by the Bathurst Bench. To the facts, as stated in my letter, I still adhere, but am sorry so see the gauntlet thrown down in it, taken up by a policeman. Under such circum stances, and with a proper rcsppct for. my personal credit, I cannot think of resuming the attack. As regards his ill-bred personality towards myself, I can well afford to treat both it and him with con tempt. Yours, &c, R. Y. COUSINS. Kangaroo Bay, Nov. 1st, 1849.

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KIDNAPPING IN THE SOUTH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 3 November 1849

KIDNAPPING IN THE SOUTH SEAS. {From the Melbourne Argus ) There are few things of which, as a nation we ought to he more desirous than of main taining our fair fame amongst foreign countries for humanity and, justice.' Any act of cruelty committed under shelter of. the British flag reflects dishonour upon the whole country, and no efforts ought to he spared to bring the perpetrators of it to ' punishment, and to cause all possible re paration to be made to the injured parties* The weaker and more defenceless the people against whom any act of cruelty has been practised, the more anxious ought we tobe to make the necessary amends. .The fol lowing particulars of a case of kidnapping, which took place in the South Seas some time, since, we take from a letter which appeared in the Times. As the letter bears the signature of the chaplain and incum bent of St. Paul's Church for Seamen, there can, of course, be no doubt with respect to its authenticity. There are now, says the writer, ' in...

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