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THE ANCONA "DECREE" [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

TUB ANCONA ..DECREE" ïtcotir «aper of a few weeks hack, we very reluctantly inserted a *' Decree" issued by tire Inquisition of Ançpna ne« inst the Jews of that city mu! sur- rounding country ; ami we had hoped that one oroiher of our Contemporaries .would have befriended the hitter, hy malemgr some observations on (ho atro- cious document to winch we rtfer, but a» none of them oppenr to have con- sidered it deserving of their notice, we are induced to make one or two oHseS! vutionv thereon. We are d«*Wdt*dly opposed to the introduction of rehems topics on newspapers, hut as thedocu: tnent before ts does not pn; take of that chatacter, heiri£ merely the overflowiugi of a persecuting, malignant spirit, \ve[ must be excused for again referring to it, - , . ? The decreesefsout hy stating, "That the holy inquisitors mean to REVIVE the (I.sc i (ii ina ry laws reía? mg to- rh* ?Israelites"residing within their junsdic* tion," thus openly declaring 1hat"those disciplinary laws have been lo...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE GAZETTE, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

THE GAZETTE, The G ese tte COD tain« new Comm i spoilt of i tie Perice f r ilia 'iYr.<i^rv <?( N"«vr I Sonllt Wales, and for lite City ot Sydney I and To*n uf Melbourne reipecuvt iyc i Tile na0)6 of Jobn R.ya;» Br?nrwt-n haa-beea omitted in i^o Sipt nf Mn£í*traU ? ! . Un Exctdlencv tíie G vernor babeen -pleated ta appoint" Mig. George Smyth j ¿a' be 4iatron, and Mr. Gearla Stfli^tb t<* be Storekeeper of tb© Fe cuaje* Factory ' at Parramatta. ll ttry Copd.lt> Et-q. Slayer of Mri* bourne, having reigned \>is scat in fha Legislative' Council, a Writ lia» -been fesiitti b»r the election of a Member to serve in tho. Le^kUíUe Cnácd fdr tito To«rtM>f'Melbourne, during tfio CMilin^ **ce of the present Council, and tho day* of Non inaiion, Polling D*y, and ÍUít-ra of tho'Writ are fix.d for «he I2Ut Match, 14 fi March, afid 8th April next. The lUvtnue curter Ranger will be lok! hy Auotion hy Mr. Bl« cknian, ai th« Qtreen?« Whait*. S\cinty,.on Tu«*fday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

ll AW K ES UV UY SU BSCRIPTIO N / HACKS. AT a M BETI N O Ive'cl at Mr. Cro**'g, the Windsor Hotel, on Thursday, tile i§th January 1844, it waa aureed, that Sid)S:'rip(iíffi ÎÎRCPS.should belfield at-rho NVttn'pnr liace Co«r*e-í¡n »he fOrii, 'Ifth, and 12fh days of A-i-.ri! nest, when the following ptiz»'s should be run for, W e d n e&d ii y, A p ri I 10. 1st. The IJ%wUesbnry Town Plate of «£75« for.-Horses ot all age», carrying1 weight for agf ; heal«, twice r und ; ou ranee £7 iOs ; three entrances or no race. 2. The Lariir-K* Pnrso nf ¿30, for ¿all t vear olds carry in«: (j stone Í3ih». each ; outrance ; three entrances or no race ; betits, «i ce round 3. The De»by Staker of £30, wi b a sweepstake of five sovHrHirrs «»ac h added fnr all 3 year olds carrying Derby wrights : entrance £2 ; thnu» gut i ance* or no race ; oue beat twice r^nnd. Thursday, April ll. ' Ut Thc Publican's-Pim* of £40, for horses nf a'! ages cany ino weight- ior age ; hc,vs twice io\ d ; fniza-uce .£4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

füll S A LB'BY AUCTION, BY MR.'L. WHITE, RED HOUSE F A RM" SEAR WINDSOR« ' R above mentioned FARM, con taintn<r upwards t,f 60 Acre*, wit! S by A uc i ir ¡ti on Tur-fcday, tbs 5ih*, next, in portions <>f atout Twenty i*acK The quality of ihe soil, d general advantages, are go well ta to render co.nmt*nt tirmec, a^ary ; :t to 6ay, that * xciusive ut' its fer Mid pro&tuiitv to Windsor, it« sis respect* s portion of it fcmsing . LLAGE of Somfu^r* Town/'; a »hort time render this (ht* moat"' « and valuable property widjin ties of W tudsor« VIS-Bills at 3, 6\ 9, and Ï2 irrhcr pftrîicnîarf, apply to C. ' li S, on th© Prtoiiiei « .. .NO Pfiff. ; ] IV o w belling ai the Stores of the Undersigned ,t he following Goods for cash only ,and. no abatement: I ?- Ä. rf,;, j Print Dre»*e*. fa«t colors. 3 0 ¡ 9 8 Siiir»in¿r Calico (soft fint«b) 0 3Ü a 8 Long Cíoiti (ví«ry fine) O f» 4-4 Unbleached ditto. 0 2f 14 Sinzing two yards wide o IO ! Men'* Stripe Shirts .........

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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DIARY. FOR FEB. 22, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

^ ïoït ^8,184 4. f: $vit riffS^... # .. ñ 3*1 > Subsets.H *i3 IJwiiight logins. ..... i.. 4 O , . -1 wnlight émis. .... 8 O 1st Twin, Gaster North, c> -âa^ ^ Upper transit of S. Ctpss 2i 1 morn. V Moon iu 1st quarter--*2()th dayr~3 mts, ' past .8 aft. . _ . ; , The first atuUust faint iwplussions of - 'Twilight ujll I e upon fheMto'rizon in ¡.the points ()3 0 '24' from the South/* fr-. C< incidence of Fx* I ip tic! anti hori-zon v.- on the meridian of Windsor in I,Mt. i Cef0 3¿' South, at* 7h. i I m. in the ) vening.

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1844. THE DECREE OF ANCONA SUSFENDED! [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

THE~V.I¿r»5CR IXPBÈSS n i c ii M o N O A i) v E fl rxs K R 11JC ¿i SD A Y, FF BRU A.RY 32,, IS 44. THE DEOIÎF/KOF AXOOttÄ SUS* By fhîp -morn i no's Mail-wear? put in IR-rac** i on of the following VVÍA ut ve sincere pleasure in announcing ,,4 frptiwui a ni lieut ic source^, f itat íhé atm: <MO<]$L clrcr+e cf fhe Roman Inquisition,' fjn Jfípned nnr'ér the anïhorEry of Lfc XII., n.nd recently put in fcrte'hy ? the InqutsrRsr Cènemi of Aa'cóni*, h^s? IK en suspende'. We le.irn fronivarí' i ns qmr ers that the t.tftiost conlea) a: tion hits be^n produced not only through:. MI' I illy, but everywhere, iu th£ Me: i1 i (er ranea tv, not only aninnpf the Jews, lut nmoug IVo&sjatit Christianü, eit tf r anhject to» Catholic genvrnrnent*, or surrounded hy Caiheiic populations. MVhave reason to know that efr ain ?-¿lause-*- of (he «lecree have already, hep ii ti o be acted or.-" The Voice of FATAL ACCIDENT. - Onf^i^y evening Inst, a man tiamfd Jcsapli Fer- ne?, a s...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 22 February 1844

- VAnitrriEs. to fe t rae a soft sa wder hi' ano* -a^ini)|f||£: There's a<*ort"of naterat af traction likë ïftJ .'thia- wirfldr '?'.Two shins in 4 calm, »re«ufo to gft op alongside of each other, If there no wind, aird they have oorbio' to do "tiit-loi'k al e«GU other î natur5 docs il» 3n£ell, oven the tongs and the shovel won' *£and alone JoD£; they're sure to get at vtho same side of the fire, and be sociable ; one on'etti has a loadstone, and. draws 4?<vthe*\ that's sar tain; If thal V f he case «Uh bard-hearted tilings like oak and iron, .what ia it with tender-hearted things like Vvbo?r43n« ? Stint meup in a V¿rv*>iory «*itb a hansom gal I of a rainy day» ami see it I don't think ehe is the sweetest flower in it. Yes Í sui glad it is tho dinner i>*ll# for I ait^t ready to ©atry yet* and when I am, I guess I must gel to «bete Ï po! my hoss, in Old Connecticut. Aiid ibal «>iatetuk«s the shine c ff all creal ion for geesn, qalls anti onion*; ti ; a t...

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THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE BAGMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

AND Tua BAGSJAN. . / -V-' Óu the IS*h of June, Ï875,the battle jOÏWftterîoo was raging fieriiely. Napo r leon aod Wellington were ID the midst cf their great game," and each intently regarding th©" moves" upon the com- plicated and chequered fieliL Squadron after squadron bore down upon our gallant infantry, as the big waves rise and break upon her lovel shore, and then retire in unavailing farr and dispersing foam. Then followed the devastating fire of artil- lery, rending our brave and Jiving ruasses in gory fissures, which were closed as soon as made, or avoided by a change of atti« \ tilde ; and then again came the fierce rusb pf the horse-borne and enthusiastic foe, wUh ruirass ami uplifted sabre, to be as often repulsed by a steady fire of musketry or checked or routed by our own resolute and strong armvd.cavalry. Confident in the strength of nu'ii ber« and the success of Mh«*r daya,Napoleon departed not fr« m j hu favoiifM« and fit« to< s svít'em ; and firm in mirp...

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GAZETTE, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

GAZETTE, FT Cs Excellency the -Hov ot wyr lins \><*en pleased to appoint William H->w<% Fx},, of Campbelltown, to be Warden f>t sl . District Council of" Campbell to- A a iu¡ i His Excellency tb-e Governor ftns .11;« pointed the llev. ífenry Tar-'ron S(u ^ Pruoc<8 Beddrk, F>g Robert F íxioutH, Ivq, and John Macdonnell, L-<j. t-» c¿«» Trustas to the Windsor Saving's f5 t¿.i-r, rt» addition to the presen: Trustee ^, His E^cehVaey the Gorer mr "f NW S aitU Wales de-ire* it ti» be mndf kiw**n io all Masters of Vessels proceeding from .Sydney io Torres' Strait** >{.bat C^p-taia B.'aekwood, of the ftoyal Nt»<*y,rjow com ui an d i rig ber Majesty's snip Fi y, bas 'viii: mated to his Kxceilency bia inte"«ion ? £ placing on Booby leland a quantity of bread, free ti water, meat and spirits, ¡nt a provision fer shipwrecked seamen who nuy seek a reface cu that Inland : and hu b'X'e'bncy earnestly iovites Masters wh-> may v...

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WINDSOR DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

WINDOR DÍSTHK T COUNCIL j Ti:c Wiju!snr Di&frict C»'iir¡r.il ivel. nm TiK*s¿Uv U*i fin* Q « a r t-o t í V meei: 'nj; (Î iy) but m> hiHin^s or any ifnporfar.ee j was browgli» un ií-f rkr noti-'p of ihe Mern: bf»s, Tlie Council iliil rmi meet ibis «.lay.

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

.Jgf& --T--*-T5K-Tr-----.j 111 ". AND . v *? $i C ii M O ND A ftE RT I S ER - ; TiimîSÎ>AV/MARCH 7, 1843. mi ? ?.? iiWr»,m iMtwDiwiMiyBaBW Tiie Legislative Council arsemblpíl '-^acc'br'iiing to Proclamation an Tuesday Jfisi. The Hon Members present were - Mesa:s. Howman ; Cowper ; Panton ; î<?ôly ; Low« ; Lawson ; Elwin ; Terry ; Mo'Arthur ; Fur«ter ; Sutler; Co-snman: «1er of die Potées; Captain Dumaresfpie - i Dr. Nicholson ; the Colonial Secretary ; the Attorney General ; the Andifo-r Ge neral ; the Colon iii I Treasurer ; Doeto- . Lang, The business was morely of a j 1 f«.»ri*i:»l nature. Tho Council adjourned 'o tlm-e O'CÏJ -ck thh afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

C. À. i) I BIM IS I'% lit* dr ru* th « »ttentico of tho ] J \ïe 'ir--ti itd! llewen and tl?*- £»nbii> ! r,t Vt it"i.-»or. In ihn facs .of his /'¿¿«¡lenRarv j if i s-: NTÜÍI:Í,V de vol od to L* 1Î ü G S j «i 'i I / Af J A by which be is OIK- ' h'< d <o jrivf.í ibe w hoir of his oérvicea tí>| the f )i-p*»wdng: of Prescription.;, which hr {i.e-iir*'*fi Mum are pf?p.ned frun compon {.'".> «ifiitîdv -according a-ith tbe iatest Plia l [Ii2«*c>{ f£nt. I I OR s Ai, F BY APCTION, BY MU. L. VHUTP, JUE " R R f> l l O U S E F A ft Mf> 3S h A H "vV ï N i>ROR » P|J * É l F í-ihcit-^-mentioned FARM? con J taii.irsrr utivar^îf». ot 60 Ao.ret», will beheld I.« y Aticii-'fi. OD Saturday, thc Oî h Bí írc 1 Î i;"=t,,. ID portions ct about Twenty Ac:ets r*t K The quality of (he soil, gifi't thtid «rw-'rnl advar.tatre», are ?o well ls no«"n a* *o rfp;'-E ro :i\nient u miecesaary : gu Oh" e. \: Í ! vrv, ihftf r; 31 ol (i A: ve ».f i:$s i>r fil fy, a' -i ;..r«-...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA, PORTLAND BAY, GEELONG, PORT PHILLIP, MAITLAND CAPE GOOD HOPE AND ENGLISH NEWS. (FROM THE LATEST PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

ÊOUTIJ AUSTRALIA, PORTL^^É BAY,. GEELONG, PORT PHïÉI LÏP, MAITLAND. CAPEGOOol - HOPE AND ENGLISH NEWS., 1 (FROM THE LATFST PAPKRS ) I The harvest is now alt over, and wfây thermore favorable could not have héjs| experienced. At the lowest calculât\§M we shall have 100 OOO bushels of whSH for exportation, over and above laH year's surplus in stacie, or in the m^j|f chants stores,-South Australian R||! gi-ster. '% Not a single sheep was in the market on Wednesday again for sale. This is highly prejudicial to the butchers and fl'x kmasters, and is very inconvenient owners of New South Wales hear tin's 5c profit hy ic-RD. Windsor Fxpress.] The wild dogs ar« nightly visiting1 pur Town and are seizing upon fowls, geese, goat«, dogs, piers, and whatever ^portable living animais are found in their way. "During the fine moonlight nights persons fond of sport would meet with opportunities of gratifying their taste and doing good into the bargain, if they were to make the attempt to rici the d...

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MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 March 1844

MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.               ON Tuesday morning last, between       eight and nine o'clock, a large concourse of respectable inhabitants assembled within the walls of St. Matthew's   Church, WIndsor, to witness the nup-     tials of that charming young Lady,       Miss Anna Clarendon Cox, only daugh-                                           ter of Mrs Gamack, of Fanfield House,         (and sister of our highly respected War-   &n...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

VARIETIES. RUSTIC DEF I it IT ION -The Revd. Dr. Peter* visiting a country clergyman, requested permission to preach to his congregation, which his friend'consented to on condition that he adapted abe lan* guage of his sermon to tho illiterate capa cities of his parishioners, and that he used no hard words. Atter the sermon wa« over Dr. P. a*k«d his friend whether tie ha I not strictly observed «he conditions } The o ber replied that be had used seveial words beyond tile comprehension of bi* hearers, and instanced the word felicity1 | for which he should have substituted hap- piness. Dr. P. contended i|»at one word was as plain ss the other ; and to prove it, proposed calling in the pion*: h m on, and ptittintr <t to hurt, which «rn« done, *« Welt, Kobfh, do you know the meaning of the word felicity ?*' *' K« s, sir," t>aid tinbin (Watching his bead And endeavouring t» In lc wise)" ee«, sir, I thi lc« a* how [ doe*'/' " Well il lin. speak tip." Wy, fir, f d<...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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OBEDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

OBEDIENCE, «sf> i : Mam* said to Jaoe take no prête ott from men. They intend to deceive you nine I i mei out JO* tee ; So eli«, when young Tom gave her «weet > . lip« a eniack, Told him what mama laid, and then-gave it him back.

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

ENGLISH NEWS. In common with the majority of our Townsmen we have felt both astonished an«! amused at an art ide which appeared in a local contemporary. It is difficult to understand, as it is to classify it under its peculiar style of humour ; j-ipr humorous, we will not gay rid icu. joua, it assuredly » The following is the extract to which we allude, tf We (Portsmouth Telegraph) can- not nut lament that her Majesty's visit is w*t extended to Ireland, being per- fectly satisfied that her progress through that country would tend to: undo all the mischief that O'Connell has done much quicker than any other proceeding thal cou M be adopted. The ' IMinjstry have mucb to ausHex for tn preventiug her Majesty's desire on this head." h is indeed to he lamented that the* situation of ireland should he such as to.prevent her Majesty from carrying, into effect what was originally her intention ; hut we fear that tl*e only v'sit an English Sovereign could con- sistently or prudently pay that ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

BIRTH — On Thursday last, Mrs. Hud- son, of Macquarrie street, of a daugh-   ter.   DIED, — Last week, at Freeman's Reach, Mr. James Brackenwridge, aged 86 years, one of the oldest set- tlers of the Colony.    

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DIARY, FOR MARCH 14, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

DIARY", *0R MARCH l-l, 1844. ' ¡H. M. Sun rises .......f". 5 53 «¿¿mi sets » ....?. v..% # fi- ,7'. '^f wihg&t lîegî^ . &M,. 4 2§ j Tw |ii i* ht et.) H s ....... 7 8.5 ?? Gimtes *et. 8 49alt. .Arcturus rise* . . + ..,«.. . 9 27 aft. ('iccli hrfore-'Sun m i mi te s. New Moon, lin h <bn . i£m. j>ast 10 morn ' At <), p. ns tlx- "Fiiftern intersection .r f the lîcHpt'i-c-a-twi horizon will t>e (>ft 0 from the ^-rwith ripon the hoi"iwtitaj : ; att i tr angie of iuelinatioj.) £Q ? KV. *,

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

THE ^î»»SOÂE XPBESS AM) fl ï C H M O ND A I) V^E R T I S ER '! I ii) lí-S*> AV, MAR C ll Î 4, 18^3, The J^jr^iaíiyp -CounríJ passed three fd »ort. Uiîte nrK r! ''hursday "ami Friday l»-t ; ihe first lo indemnify and refuter. \ :J ! id. i .. a< is of certain" J uM ices of fife lVate/{ur the Territory of'&ew South Waitan ud: to eua ble Territorial Justices <>í I!H! Prace to act as stick, tMüiier. « . e :: t a i# ü ? h it a*ioi if t w i t ti i n th e botmda-. Ï irs ot |he i "-i ty of «Btfdhey and Town of M i"í ?>ofur ne respects \íe%an Act to n tu et ut $u.« A ct int ft « »îe$ ** m A ct for <c&t»soli4at.ing and amending the f«aws relating to st be Licensing of Publie :, Houses, and (for further regulating the »ale at)d ?ou«urn]}iio« .of ferocented and apiti UiotHviupjois hi Ne'w'ÎSotith Waiea. ! --( "hief or any oilier constable may sue, for fnu % and penalties ; an Act. to amend .an Act etil it lcd ''an Act 'kv consolidate au I...

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