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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

IEN(LJSII NEWS. BY THE By Electriw Telegraih' from .Alb tas.n Tihe liollowing siuili?i·y of Englid ne'ws was ptiblished in ourr Extraor dinary of Mionlday afterinoon. - T?he European arrived at the HIeads. 4h. 40o. on Baturday moninug, from Sues.i 44 ddays, viln ?oint~ i de Galle November 17th, 68 passengers. We~ subjoin a precis 'of the news.:-. :: The Peninsular and Oriental Com pany have obtaii~ed the li:onitract for carrying.the Aust.rliaiain mails (during seven .yers, via Mauritius commienc ing 0o tne oth - uly fiom ydney; and thle th Mnai:ch?firoid2ii Enbglaind to call at Kangaro il ihsi; l tnctroct-time -rifty-ive ?ays to Melbourne. w kch city is to be theli, head-qlarteis. I' balsette, the iu'st .of ,the it{ lito, ws to icave on the first of Nq r folr lowed by the Sydney, ti4 tham the Malta, i'and the Bennires. • ';' ": : ?, .. :3- bP .: ',. .EUIIOPI. " The steamship Austria, from Ham burgh, has lies n totally burnt, and out of six hundred persons on board, only sixty- seven...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

.TUrSDAY, DECMBER, 10.. Onso?S E LasiianOE.--Jnames Gibbons wns broughtbef~iro the Court on the above charge anid pleaded guilty. He wdssontonood to pay a fine of five pound, or throee months to Coulburn Goal.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

LOCAL- INTILL GENCE. COLLECTTOx OF TIr E~Lr CTOnL LIT.-- Two conmteni t plersons are requirecl for the *colliotion of the electoail list withinn the district of Wegg's Wgga.g Applications must be addressed to the Lefnch of Mlagistiates at WYagga YWagga, on or befbre the 31st instant. NEw Ya,?'s PIcoiC.---/We ar. requested' to draw attention to a alteratioen which the conmmittee Isive made in the hour appointed for luncheon, which i:will'bboe served at three: o'clock instead of one o'clock; as originally intended. Whilst upon this subject we would. take the opportunity of recosmnending those wIo havrd receivedC invitation cards, to take: part in so pleasant and rationalx a re-union. T'he coummlsrtee ir.making every 'exertion to secure to the invited a day's enjoyment on thecentrance of the Nevw itear and we hope they will be rewarded by the presence or a very niu rousr company,. ''ic "VBeaI'rIcE.--- We ware visited by a very heavy thunder showero , on Wednesday cvcning,: acconmpanied...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LANG'S CROSSING, MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER. December 11, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

p L~aNGfi CROSSING, MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER. [nRiOti A COiRREPONDiNT.] ; December 11, 1858. The river after rising again for about tlii;ee weedlks has n ?o commnciied fiallingO vory fast, :and. it. seems almost unreasonable to expect that wve shall again see .-the ::River up during the present season. .The veather'. conti nues almost unnsually cool for this season of the year, and up to the pro sent time we have no reacson .to com plain of a want of a fair 'amount of rain. Several largo. mobs. of eattle have lately crossed the river and have helped to make business.a little liively. 'Mr. Adams has .been continuing -his snrvey of the locality, and it now appeais thathtlite tet?teipanrt;of the township will .be . above. Leoniftrd'i l-otel, in fact his. house will stand on almost the lower homidary line. In addition to the town lots, there will be a number of suburaninlots laid out for paddlocks, and for once the Govern ment, we hear, are: likely to act liberally -and put up. at one timne a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

TELEGRtAPHS. Somne may, perhaps, be ineliied to say, "XWhat more can be said about teleraphs than has already been printedl over and over again in. our daily and weekly papersm' Latest news. by t'!e'legraih is now a .part of the° nocessary.'ciipo.ipitionf of a newspaper and.ie e. cininov-a-days :searcely take up a Colonial. Enlishh, or American pnblic?ntipn: witho?ut finding sone Unllu slow directly or indiirectly to the'exten? sion of :th el'ect~id nteleri aph -t master-piece of huain skill,: ,bll: thal: active agent In :cartying on the glreat bnsiness of the i oiuld- Scaircely:can we now"a dcays .'lnace iat':a :O lfbiial newspaper but we react of some ad vance in the extension of the" wonder working wire." People are ever begin 'ning to g?mnle aobout :a dlittle delay owin' othlee rapiT ind E ia of bu?s~s ness, Ihut tha ill t i 'son aorlk itsoiwno cure, itn makin a secondl imnd third line posiLtivcl. neessary" B ht, gentlemen, that is 'ing from my subjct. What; have Itito?:tell you...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

Q?IGINAL CO RRESPONDENCE ('b te .Eeihos of the W ia J Wgagga L'xprcess. Sim---Being an 01ld1 resident in the district, and, taking a deep interest in the .progrcess of the tow.n of WVagga Wagga; I. need scarcely assure .y;ou that the appearance of the L jnress 'was to me almost gratifying event. Little aware. was I, however, of the publi) spirit'and talent thht wore sluinbering on* the. banks of i\Murrumbidgee, inactive and. unhonouredi till your journal afforded.an opportunity for thc~ti' exlpression and display liut the letter signed F. A. Tompson, in your issue of the 4th instant, and thit of io?a Pojidli. isiyour last number, crammed with Latin quotations, like a coming :Christmas· puddin~g with plums,. shio1 clearly that we are .neithr de'fiienbt in the one nor. destitutio obf the other and yet, M[r. Editor--tlhe Loid help mypoo??rignoirance and siminplicity--I' cannot'cll tiiikt its hll about. The first-named :writer staidsl'forth as clhiampioin of the lihepitality. and genial...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

7' GUNDA.GAI. Inaugural Address, and Lecture on Tdegraphs, delivered before the memn irs and friends of the G ind'gal lehool of Arts, hy J. Jewvll- Rntter, Iq., on Tneaday, December 14, 18,53. Gundagai, Dec. l5th1 1858. Sa-At the r.eqes.t iof yourself and .everal other gentl e, I havo.reiac andly consented tofq e, publie:itioh of his lecture. w" '-comnpiled it, I hadl riot the reaind-ot aof Fciin it ai print you 2m thErefore, ex ,ase any .inaccenracieiwhich yon' may iscover, and.bhelievem.. m -. . S . Yours filhflly,.. J. J?WLT/I R'TTran. To the Editor of the: ::: " Waqga Taga Wg Erpress". . TNAUGURAT ADDRPss . Mr. President, Ladies',: and (Gentle enn and Fellow-riembefs,: :I 'have ,een called 'upon'?y tli'-he ProviaionalI Pinimittoe," and" also '"y. ?uI.?wiorthyli President, to deliver . inau:-.fn, ural ,ddress or lecture to .the menihbers: of this society. I nI. .fiilly aware Alhi.( sich a taskf iR no small niderbikiig foi a person' of sich oorpri n'tainmelnts as myself; and.:I fe...

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To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

To the EBditor of the Wagda Wagga Epress. '.." .-----o- -'. Sin---It is.3 not my: intenhtion to occupy your space by a recital of tha bonefits which would result to the township, frdm" it conco tion wih the mnai linu'of Telegraph from Sydnumy to Melbourne; my sole object is to enquire whether hi proposition'made by the Goovernmont, and stated in your leading' ar tiueo or the 4-*lt instlsAt, doos not deserve som,- consideoration at our hiands. 3By the abaonce of iall movement upon our part, it would seemn that the offior of the Government mien's but with little favour beiro. Suiely the largi district of which Wagga Wagga is the meisu tows, together With those who are engaged in buiiesas i'n the township, might well afford to invest the sum of five or six hundred pounds in such an undertaking. ' Let us, Mr. Eiditjr, have a 'public meeting on the subject. If tio offer of the. Govern-. ment be not considered worth our acceptance, we can thin decline it; but, ift, on the other han?d, wjv...

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THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

TiE UPPER HOUSE. I'r has always been-.the fashion with. the ultra-radical fictions of tlh state to decry thl eutilitv ofthe ilpe.j?r if our.two -.Leciative .Chambers, and :to rihicile ithe iUsdo1n of. those .who franccld.the Constitution olf the Colon, and in doing so placed.a check against the growth of' thiat dienidocrcv which is so prriecnt.' in all newn counttries. EBxp.erience, ,honcver, has shoown that th.e appoiutnitent of membeirs' to serve in tihe Senate;bY i~h e responsibloe adn visors of His Excelleny the GoCvrnor General was a sensibtle and prudenit precaution", which will do much to preserve in this rising land the de •sired simlitude betweon our form of self-government' and ..the: timne' honoured Constitition of Glreat Britain. . It .is sometimes airgned by that portion o" the community who have more voice. tln'n branins :aind .the strength of whose lungs makes up for the lightness of their pocket~s, that be cauise the niembersof- the Legislatiir Council are not electc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

THIE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SOtTH WAoA WAGGoA. THE PROPRIETOR begs to inform the SInhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of the District in general, that his Office is now ieplete with the most Modern Type the Sydney Markets can furnish, combining all sorts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present day. He hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair share of public patronage, pledg ing himself to spare neither expense nor exertion to give satisfaction. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every variety and style, with the utmost despatch. Ladies' and Gentls Address or Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice. IHandbills, Business Announcements, MLer chant's, Auctioneers, and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis played. leDruggist's and other Labels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Artic...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

POLICE COURT.., Tu~siiAsn , lncrriin 14th' 1868. (Before thle Polie 1Mhgistrat a1d1 John Gor ldon,, Esq.,J.P.) , usv.raroN oi' Hon0i STRatr LNo...--Peter Skennell, brought up on romand on the:ahove' c~harge, was, on the application of tlie OChief Constable, further reminded for three days, for:the purpose of proeuring.further ovidence. AksavIrT.--- iColeilinn; appreceondcdi l3V the Tui;dut Gold Police, on'i warrant issudl by thoe Wagga Wigga Dnceh:;mw?is hion iht up on the charge of assaulting his wife, Mary Ann Coleman. The compleinmnt nt appear ing to prosecute, the cease was dismissd:. . ' AssoNDNo?o.--- Coloman was agasn brought befor'e tho' Be~licli bn tlhe chargeo of abscondin'g froli' 'thi'hii'ii~eri'ico ofMr. iH. G. Lintott: There not being any evidonce to shew that there was any agreement betwoon the parties;the 'cansewvas accordingly dismissild. C rrTTr STALnNe.--- Colemahn, was then placed before the Bench, -on the charge of stealing cattle from Mr. furns,i of; Cadger, ab...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

... SYDNEY. -S (FROM OUR OW.1 COiRiRSPOS D ErNT.] Tile Balmain Regatta on St. Andrew's day was, compared with many previous fetes, a fiilure, attributed by some to one cause; and by some to another, but in all nrobability really consequent upon what Peter 'lPossumn. would call "that detestable iimpecuniosity" Wihich aptiars to' pervarde all merin at-this present time. Still the.day was fine: and the holiday aforbidc'dtnhivl ' of our pent-up" itizens an opportunity of. getting hot and tired and dusty, by lu.glng babies and baskets about, while labourlng under the delusion that they were enjoying a picnic. The compulsory. retirement .of eight alder men, gave a field-day on Wednesday to th6 constituents of our civic chiefs, wli6 were busily engaged in filling up the vacancies caused by the retirements, as aforesaid. Thanks to the ballot, there was little disturb ance visible to an Unintcrcsted spectator 'the contests in.mnost of the wards licing remark ably mild, In Behsbane "Wrd, i' h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 December 1858

TwAN'lED, Tvo Steady Iads, ns Appren S tices to tlhe Prntinting Business. Apply at the'office of this P~iper. October 30, 185E. CAUTION. THIE Public are herbchy cautioned from .. purchasing any cattle from Moses Baird or any .peirsonm representing him, bearing my b;nand, M in circle on ribs, No. 56 and 57 on .milking side, as the above-mentioned cattle are undoubtedly ay property, not being paid for, or duliver maldebv minc to Moses Baird. ;ALeXANDER I LURPIIY, Wiagga Wagga, 4'1h Decimnher, 1858. NOTICE. LLT Parties indebted to the Undersigned are lhereby requested to settle the same within fourteen days from this date, othcnvise their accounts will be placed in the hands of a Solicitor for collection, and all persons Shaving claims against the same are requested to present tliem for payment. . TTOMAS FOX, Spuatters' Hotcl, . S uith Wagga Wagga. December 4th, 1858.. £220 R~EWBRtD. FIiHE above reward will be paid lo0 any S.L . party'giving information that will lead to conviction of ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

ST ANT ED,:a goodi Man Coolk, one that is S willing to rike hliriaselfgene'rally usc ful. Apply at'the OClice of this Pap:.r. WTV A1'TED, a BLACK? SMITH,.-one .acquiinted with all brnuches of h1is trade. Apply to: • M Iri J. BLYTHTE, -. Wagga Wagga. ITANTFDT. Tw" Steadv Tsad, as Appren U ticins tthe Prinlting Tlticiness. Apply at the office of thllis Paper. October 30, 1858, . T|IT.'IL hov.rcwara d will. he paid to any I ?Par.t givin. infiormation that will len1 to convicoion of the persoi. or persons who is constantly interferinig ?ith cattle or horses on rmynrn; withnout giving due notice before eing, on the run; in any ennasa they must bring thi ·tOk toen v my?mar ' SEDWAR T CTTARtLES PEARSON. W1agga Vagga Station . ~*820 E WA R P. • ,.. . , ., . . Q TOLEN OR STRAYF.D, from the fig I 7 Sn-inics. near Wega Wasge, one CIEIRF'UT 'ELDTNO, lrandid ?E on near sholder;./indm'othdi brandls; .f stolen, £20 renvld will he paid on .nnviction?; if atroy-ed. £3 w;ll bhe paid on delivery to Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

AU5STRAL1AN BRANCII of this Bank will be opene& A here in the course of a few daeya, vhe?i? the usual Banring facilities will be affordud." J. F. SKININE , . .anagcr, .g~\ Wi'g1 Iig g amler 2m,.18r 8.:"68 LOST 1M 31s eit ~ randra, a black.lb H~ !tJ T~ei~;fT~:dP 8; itt Ir . DY ' en' i houldtr, t istaten fice reward fior recoSergy will be paidby : . ,.- . : (:) ,,o .;. :"J.: . 9 :? .-,,i, . A N ORDE1 "for £L3, dra~a'byv 'oHN, . .Dul,,.O.illeuabar,~. ?iruinbidgae. The' o~wlherofthe 'alibove can ia?d 'the' sam, by proving propearty and p?yinlg expiise?, by:. applying at the u?tie of this paper. -- . . . i i rl - ; NOTICE. rliitE r.iondc of the l?t T.s oinii( Elirk L tnd thoese of his bndrters Michxel aa nd Jamues B3ark3, are resp?ctf lly .invite L t' attend his funeral on MONDA.T: F:lqR. NOON, at two o'clook, from .ri?inle.) Gumley: NO0TI CE • : " . f : - . , .? . . :: H W:JVNG purohase'd from one Th.mas -.. JIn( )aeO : hBay. Mare, ? sr'd'il :'B 'B ner sh".iiil i?, a',F which ma...

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A STEP BETWEEN THE SENTIMENTAL AND THE RIDICULOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

olto~noMDI' Uli.tilD10Ui JB ~ -.,D J6 inon has no tl.iho itheneath lii dignirty to m'i-e .,tio in h. 4to mpi,,ut? "ae &u 'by v o. t: , . ,. between the selnsinet iahi a ii' dnli T le tiaibtgonar iepern'i.1t olove, whidoh world tf. ltt ke00i 'iJold . Aroih d not lidd bo piere haip: am Fortill"er im a e ilb roaom :-?' ,s' , hll de"tiidi ng iv ayitiyou', h ;1 iee lahrzieaivpt thrvouihb wj 8 :i;i g. "It'kat i ali a snjii du'mour aid utthtb rl f her troth to in'-, Wo heast ckedI her "Thows your Oouid.nxil that s'enede of heavonlh: mould Prefer the gloss o' earthly maaunon, To love, which worlls of ,lititrniiggold Could not siiffice to piouhaai: "i(a r noaa Ytt; Imust ,eier .wis her her lileat Atltihoiah the prayer cost a tear For still heriimage. ii mybhreaat' t ; ( I · Shall dwell: ' I'yr e a evnhere

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

N IT.-i 'S I•.G sTATs'ES. The latest news' friom New Y'.ork is to the 22nd tilt. News of the inj!rnyv to the Atlantic teleqraph cabie haind been received by the North Brit'0ito' The New York directors of the At-t lantio Telegraph company- recieved: a despatch on. the-21st from.the sqpein. tendent in N.wl;undlhud, sitating th at tihe electricians had.~d 1in ainablc-rto communicate with t~ Vd:itntidn st?tiion since the 1st of Septenriber,:but the electrical maziifestatibns werie sill 'th?t no doubt -existe.l that the difficulty was at or very near'the V-dentia iffice. Twventy-five of the Afrticans on board the slaver Echo8 it Chaideston had died; also two of her crew. The Niagara had gsailed: with the-. Africans. hfrom Charlestown in charge.of an agent of the Coloiuisation Society. The state department 'had received information tlihat the youn,- English oirl taken from the. Mormoons by the United States judg-e in Utah had been sent. undei proper protection, to the States. A, vell-atte...

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CLOUGH'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR, MELBOURNE. 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

CLOUGH'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR, MELBOU[RNE: 1858. WooL.-In addition to our public saleswe sold pri vatelya clip'of about 150 balbs;from the Western. District at .28d. per lb. We hare this week receiveod the first instalment of Messrs. Chener3 a celebrated clip; it has been soeld* privately at 2s. per lb., thts lshewing the accuracy of our remnarks that care asd attention in breeding and getting up' tile wool is sure to recClive thle apprecisidilun if buyers. Scoured wools are .nearly unsaleable at present, several largo lots offered onl Thursday hIaving.been withdrawn. . TALLow.-Somec little business lhas heen done since our la4t, quotations are still as before, 44 to £d4 pier ton for mutton. We have sold beef at £38 to £40 per ton.... HansrI.-A parcel of 12,000 has beensold for shipmp? t by prisate contract at 3d. per lb. which is an average price of about 10s. per tide, and thore lihas been more ilquiry during thel past week than tir soae timeback." SI?EOPSKINs.- We lave'disposed ofa fe...

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PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

'77i ir.r~s~cRR1- 5(1ni)T ,, .';.a r'?..L. , .... i,i r-l?;, &l~ito.,ls. led.: prlor C, s tl,. 10i . , nrn?Ior .... .. ... l ; to l. d * Lo'cks, pieceso,&c ... ,,"" "dd to' I. 1d' Statloss.... $ Small and ligt :..i . Bo.Is.--Shanks. ...... . r 5.. 4 .,'. 0., HDURi,. A.t IRWIN; Auostralliii Produce AuctlOn Mart, . - gO, King Streel Voest. Sydney,: 17th'lDecmber, 18Kr. -g-8

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SYDNEY. December 14, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

SYDNEY. [ d[aoi, oni aw.s CoRREsPO ENDIT. . S - ;Decemlber 14,"1853. The arrival of the "English Af ail Et Mel bouriih 'aill doubtless'' make a heavr claim upon you' slic;, alid thi'?foie I 'must en eavourb to renidr my epitome four nietropo litan sayings ~iidl doings as doncise as possible. STo the g 'c?rt joy of its members the Chulrch of England Conference came to an end on Tuesday. Hoiq far its labours will prove produ?tistc re'mans to be seen, but at any rate.it cannot fail to.be a great' ielief to the coIutiry lergy to be slpared the necessity of anylonger sitting in Council till 11. p:m. It must certainly be admitted that the majority ised to "bhave a liange" after tea, and to snore melodiously in total disregard of Fors ti~r'sis denunciations or Gordon's persuasive'as surances.. Out of doors the impression is thlat the bill which the conference have agreed upon will not pass through Parliament. On Wednesday both Houses met "for the dispatch of business, i.e., .the passing of...

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