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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

|r3)rtgtnal <&ovve&poxïacnce. k y-The Bditor does not identify kiatutf Kith tht .opinion) txprturd by hit Correspondente, but merely ginee insertion to tuck Communication* ia arc entitled to public con. idetratiou 'o THE EDITOB or BELL'S LIFE,is SIDKET. SIB,-I do not think I can do a more serviceable hing for the colony in general, considering the resent notions of our judges, counsellors, and iries, than to enclose for your paper the followiug xtract from the " Examiner," of the 21st Sept, 644, with Mr. Wakle/s (the coroner of Middlesex) ..marks on the present absurd state of the public lind, relative to monomania and insanity. The remarks by Wokley onght to be written in I :ont of every jury box in the colony, iu order that I stranger might walk the streets without the danger being diabolically massacred in the broad day ht and instead of the " dear creature" of a trderer being provided for life with a com table and easy home (thereby, by the way, ag, no...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

i, 'i .i '_' NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN - - ' : : . THE AusTBAtiAM Cirp, VALUE TWÉHTT GUINEAS . THE great Anniversary Shooting Match at- ' ' Pigeons' for. tho Australian Silver-Cup, will , , ' come off oh Tuesday next,' the ' 26th instant, at Mr. Hill's Paddock,-on tlic Newtown Road. "I Several private matches, ia which some crack .' '?; shots axe engaged, will take place on Hie same. ? ground. Thc sporting gentlemen of Parramatta, and Windsor aro respectfully invited-to ; attend;- \ Fuir particulars may be had on . application to ' ?' Mr. Thomas May, the Sportsman's Arms, Black-. ; ,': . wattle Swamp; Mr. .George Whitfield, gnnihaker,';;, -\ \ King-street ;, or to Mr.. James G¿unbn,VHuutér.." . street, who will provide a lunch on the'ground for "- " the occasion. ' - '.'iv ... : i : Shooting to commence at 10 A.M. precisely, j,...... . 7 N.B. Sinner will bo on the table, nt Mr.1; May's, : , ; ' Sportsman's Arms, Blackwattle Swanip, ot7'i.M. " . precisely.' ''' ?' " ; " ' ; . ? . - -. : .....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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LAW AND THE LAWYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

I ' LAW AND THE LAWYERS. I NOTHING appears to us io obnoxious »nd oppressive in these hard times as tho ex- cessive and ruinous charges made by law. yera, and which we have every reason to believe from actual knowledge and expe- rience, has been the cause of the insolvency of two-thirds of the number of those who have been unfortunately compelled to be- come so, through thc iniquitous charges they have been obliged to pay, or have been made liable for. It is monstrous to behold the many families and once respectable citizens, reduced to the lowest state of poverty through the machinations of these privileged pests of society, whose only aim, .when once they have grappled you, and particularly when they understand you have property, is to lead you on, step by step, into further expense and ultimate ruin. So many instances have occurred, and which we could enumerate, that call loudly for examination and enquiry, and the serious attention of those whose duty it is to guard the interest...

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

TÍ3E REGATTA. WITH characteristic magnanimity the par-, ties concerned in the Anniversary Regatta have refused to give us any information on the subject. We had occasion to remark upon the illiberality of Borne of the aquatic gents present at the first meeting, but our censure was conveyed without animosity or i ill feeling, and surely was not intended to i war against fhe very interests we are endea- vouring lo support. We gave the publicity of our circulation to its advancement, and prognosticated favorably of its result the wish being "father to the thought." They have however refnsed even to let us know the amount of money collected from the public, and the committee of management we understand actually declined communi- cating with a deputation of boat owners, ap- pointed to enquire into the system to bo pursued on Monday. If this is the man- ner in which a " self-appointed" committee act in the propagation of sport, wc shall in future atcmpt to get nomination confirmod or reje...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. The Turf. PETERSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

SPORTIN/P REVIEWER. j Ot)c Cur*. PËTERVHAM. Ino match between Tommy and the Skewbald came off on Friday, when there was a tolerable muster on the ground of both men and horses, would seem to give the lie to the reputed depression of the times. Thc particulars of this race, for £20, intimation of which was given in our last, were as follows : Mr. Aiton'sb. pony Tommy, Alexander.. 1 1 " George Evans' Skewbald, -- .. 0 0 Tho betting gentry had apparently made up their minds as to who should win, cash being plentiful at 6 to 4, and offered in some instances at 2 tp 1. They got away well together, but from the Skewball's loose style of galloping, it soon became apparent that he had no chance, and at the gate he began to flag. The pace was too severe, and while they were running over the bottom the vociferations of the parties in- terested became animating and enthusiastic -at the turn to the hill the bay must have been ' fifty yards a-head, and thus was finished the run home. The second....

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Odds and Ends. VOLUNTEER MARTYR AT THE SHRINE OF HYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

©Sim anïï iStiöö. ;:. v VotnsTEEn MARTYR AT THE SHRIKE OVHTMSS. -The bar (says the " Buffalo Advertiser") was much amused by the following billet, which came to hand the 'other morning, and was furnished by the court: "Buffalo Barraokt, Febury 10t, 1814. "Judge H.,- . -, .. . . "Dear Sur I hero there is , a young lady in gaol and is sentenced to state prison.for life and has got 12 days before she goes, .and if .anybody will marry her in that time she will get clear i will volunteer to marry her if i can and i wish that the judge would he so good as to soe in it i ami soldier in the ?service of the united states i am in a gard hous now for some slight offence you might send thc consta* ' ble ap and git me and i' will come and marry her and i wtll svpport her as far as it is in, my power. -i am dear Bir your most obedient servant ??:[?? Modestyis a thin transparent veil, which shows with superior lustre the graces it would seem to cover, os the now blown roso is -more beautiful when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

w BELL'S UFE IN SYDNEY ILL be published each Satur-1 day at 4 p.m., at the Printing Office, 17, Bridge-street* where all communications will be receivedi The terms are 6s. per quarter, ¡a advance; 7s. Cd. credit; and advertisements will be charged, 2s! Od. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch of space. ^ .Where Agencies are not formed, the only safe mode for parties desirous of becoming Sub- scribers, to ensure the regular re- ceipt of our future numbers, will be to communicate directly, with the office in Sydney, enclosing the re- quired advance. WOOL AND TALLOW..' TTTOOL AND TALLOW purchased, or a literal I T Cash advance given 'thereon upon' the ¿lay ci delivery into Store, for consignment to Liverpool cr London by BUCHANAN AND CO. OrncE-Lyons* Buildings, George-street. SIOBES-Darling Harbour Wharf, late Gosling, Brown, and. Co.'». GENUINE VEB8U8 SPUBIOUS ECONOMY. THE senseless clamour after ultra-cheapness (or j in other weirds, " SPURIOUS ECONOMY,") which . hi...

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THE SORROWS OF BILLY BARLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

j, r THE SORROWS OF BILLY BASLOW, j .A* musing I laid, 'Neath, a bush's shade, QVrcowe with travel aud heal ; Now thinking of honte, Now of things to come, I heard a gay laugh at my feet. Yet naught could I see, ? Save a hush or a tree, Nor mortal thing was near. Yet my heart did rejoice lu tlie tiny voice, ' And the mirth that greeted my ear. Again and again, Distinct and plain. The Elphin laugh'd with glee ¡ Now here now there As ff horne on air, A spirit of revelry. I look'd with amaze With a wonderful gaze, On each leaf, each blade of grass; " Look not where I hide, " I'm a spirit he cried, I'm the esscucD of Laughing Oas. ." A devil, a devil, "But not of evil, j " A devil of right good cheer " A devil am I, " I laugh till I cry, " My sides will split! oh dear. . - . "Say now where away, ' "Gooddevil so gay?" Laughing, I hawl'd aloud. " I'm here and Tm there, ' "A spirit of air, " And my palace is yon bright cloud." "Why, where have you been, " What can you have seen, " That mak...

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RACES IN THE CHOCTAW NATION, ARKANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

RACES IN THE CHOCTAW NATION, AR KANSAS. We have been frequently told by gentlemen who have resided in the Far West, that of all people under the sun, the Indians appear to be most exhilirated and excited by a race. They back their : horses with a degree.of " looseness" and reckless- ness that is quite diverting, « piling" up their last blanket, trinkets, and trapg, on their favorite. And they are said to be shrewd betters, too ! The Spirit lias several subscribers among the Western Indians, several of whom have long strings of horses of the most fashionable blood. From the annexed letter to the .Van Buren (Arks) Intelligencer, it will be seen that a course, bearing the aristocratic name of St, Leger, has been established in the Choctaw nation! They arc to organise a jockey club too, and the meeting is to conclude with a race ball. Bead :- '. " Doaksvillo, June 22,1844.-It ¡is proposed to j have a sweepstakes race, one mile .out,- to be run I over the St. Leger Coarse, now being prep...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

"When Sir G- Murray attempted to excuse Mirv self from taking office under the Duke of Wellington,, on account of inexperience in public speakings " Pooh 1 pooh !" said the Duke, " do as I do ; HI what you think, and don't quote Latin ^'

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

A grand match came off at Liverpool on the 20th instant, between the Married and Single Men, leaving Bowley and Still out to act as umpires. The scores ore os follows : SINGLE MEN.-1ST IXSIKOS. T. HatBeld, bowled by Duce. Ö T. Jamison, " " " . 2 W, Hatfield, " " Pierce. 0 J. Attwood " " " . 0 John Attwood c. .* '* . 0 C. Attwood b. « " . 0 T. Scambrey " " Duce ...... 6 W. Meredith c. " Tindal. 0 T. A'Hearne, not out, 4 J. Davis, b. by Duce. 0 J. A'Hearne, b. by Pierce .. .... 0 Byes . 15 40 MARRIED_1ST Is KI xas. E. Duce, caught by Attwood .... ' 0 John Hall, bowled by Hatfield ..... 3 S. Whiteman, run out .... 0 James Morris, bowled by Hatfield.... 0 T. Cole, " '. Atwood_ 0 J. Tindall, run out .... 1 D. A'Hearne, " .... S C. Kinscla, not out .... 1 - T. Ayling, bowled by Atwood .... 0 J. Atwood, " " Hatfield . 1 S. Tierce, " «. Atwood .... a Byes .... .... 8 SINGLE.-2ND IxjriKQs. Hatfield, bowled by Cole» .... 14 Jamieson " " Tindall . Ö Hatfield " " Pierce .... 0 Atwood, not out ....

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The Ring. CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

CHALLENGE. ... I To tris EDITOR or BELL'S LITS XX SYDXXT. SIR-Observing in your paper- or the 18th in-, stout, that WILLIAM DAVIS, the "Liverpool'Pet," has set a value on his capabilities to sucht aa ex- tent, that he Trill not enter the Botany Bay Bing for a less euro, than £100 s-sids, I therefore beg to inform him through the same medium, that he can be accommodated with the aforesaid sum, and that I shall feel pleasure in waiting on him at his. earliest convenience, the "possibles" being forth- coming at any moment.-I am, Sir, yours, Sec, , 'WILLIAM SPARKES. . I | Byc^er, Jwratry 24,1845. . ^ / V . » HUMOOBI or Í)O:ÍSTBBOO« FAIB.-Wa are authorised by PaUheeu O'Hagerry, of Cornwallis, near Windsor, a genuine eon of the Emerald Isle, from the town of Hospital, near Clonmel, in the county of Tipperary, to say, that finding all the fancy of New South Wales inclined for Dosing with two hands, a custom which he is not used to, that he has no objection to enter the r^ng, at the next Wi...

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MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

- 1 MATCHES TO COME. Mox DAT, 27TH IKST-Sydney Regatta* in eom ' memoration of thc 57th anniversary.' Mox DAT, 27TH.-Drapers' Assistant Baces, at Homebush. TUXBDAT, 28TH.-Pigeon Match, for the eup, at Hill's Paddock, Newtown Road.' ' "WEDKXBDAT, 20TH.-Hack Race, Windsor. ' FaiDAT, 31BT.-Velocipede Match ; ground to be declared at Ireland's, on the morning of the race.

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GENERAL TOM THUMB, NOW EXHIBITING IN LONDON, WEIGHING ONLY FIFTEEN POUNDS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

GENERAL TOM THUMB, NOW EXHIBITING IS WKIOS, WEIGHING ORLY TIFTEEX POUKDS. ' : . (Continued from our last.) Among the ancient Romans they were in particular request, and were called Nadi or Nana?. Julia, the.niece of the.-Emperor,Au-. 1 gustus, had a favorite dwarf nàraëd Sonopús. 'He.was two feet four inches in height, and deemed a wonderful curiosity. It is proper to state, that a large portion of the dwarfs which belonged tb Eastern mo- narchs were stunted artificially, either by ad .ministering drugs in infancy, so as to check the growth, or by confinement in boxes and by bandages. But these were generally; hi- deously deformed and odious monsters. .'«Light weights," it is said,"are now pro- duced; by southern sportsmen-slaves trained to ride horses, .who. by. beinj^at a proper ; age steamed in hogsheads^ are prevented from ever exceeding a certain weight.,. ' . ,' ' Two of the most, remarkable of modern times, are mentioned'in the transactions of the British Philosophical Societ...

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ROUGH RECOLLECTIONS OF RAMBLES ABROAD AND AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

ROUGH RECOLLECTIONS OF RAM- BLES ABROAD AND AT HOME. BY MAJOR, CALDER CAMPBELL. The Adjutant's Nocturnal Visitor-Some- thing . about Snakes - De Rosny, n Fragment. " It was very late," said M'Cally, com . mencing his narrative, " ere I reached the Village where I determined to pass the night of Monday last, and where on ray arrival I found that my Lascar had pitched a bechoba (a small tent without a pole) for me in a small thicket of guava trees surrounding a pagoda, and skirting the house of the head hramin, who had civilly permitted the ar - rangement. Fatigued by a- long ride in a hot afternoon, I enjoyed the extempore curry and rice Lalloo had prepared for me ; but, as the bechoba felt close and heated, and there was no dangerous.dewfall, 1 made him place my " charpaee" (sleeping-cot) outside the tent, and, after, smoking a Tritchinopoly, whose soothing and salu- brious aroma served to soften down and perhaps destroy the deleterious scent that was wafted around from the numerous...

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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

gripping iSTclüíí -o ARRIVALS. January 20.-Midlothian, barque, 414 ton», Morrison, from the Downs the 4th October. Pas- sengers-Kev. Mr. Keating,' (Catholic Clergyman) Messrs. M. D. Cameron, Mr. Edward Fielding,' Mr. Aaron Levy, and Mr. Charles Hickson. 20.-Autumuus, barque, 320 tons, White, from Hongkong the 7th October, and Manilla the 13tu Novomber. Passenger-Mr. Thomas Benfield. 20.-Munford, schooner, 100 tons, Darby, from Hobart'Town tho 11th instant. Passengers-Mr. A. Moses, Mr. J. O. Barnett, Mr. H. ? Woolton, and Mr. George Hazel. 20. -Lowestoft, schooner, 114 tons, Campbell,' from Portland Bay and Port Fairy. Passeugèr-" Mr. Good. 21. -James Watt, steamer, Taggart,' from Ho- bart Town 10di instant, with merchandize. Cabin Passengers-Mr. A. Stephens, Master Stephens, Mr. Sutherland, Mr. Dunkley, Mr. . Mayers.' Steerage-Mr. MoNeil, Mr. Ivoy, Mrs. Falchou, and Mr. Stains. 21.-Maitland, steamer, Parsons, from Port Macquarie. Passengers-Mr. Waterton, Mr. Mackay, Mr. Ackrod, and ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1845. COMICO-ACADEMICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 18-15. COMICO-ACADEMICS. THIS body met on Thursday evening last, but owing to the indisposition of "the Twin," the C. A. Cancer gave a few observations on " The Procreation of Aristocracy." We sub- join an extract : "The unwarrantable pretensions bf well- born men over those of humbler origin, is an effect which so generally pervades English society throughout all its ramifications, that we are naturally led to consider what pe- culiar pre-eminence this capricious whim of nature really entails-or is it only an unani- mous and blind deference paid by tile too easily acquiescing multitude, without any tenable foundation for the ptofusjjon of obeis- ance which is always and every where lavished upon «an empty sound1?' ' An.old family,' «the oldest family in the county,' &c, are terms of laudation constantly employed in the United Kingdom to designate particular cliques ; and although matters are somewhat reversed in New South Wales, ...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

PERSEVERANCE.-A viaer having offended, his master, was condemned to perpetual : captivity in a lofty tower. At night his wife came to weep below his window. Cease your " grief," said the sago, "go home for the present, and return hither when you have procured a live black beetle, together with a little ghee (or buffalo's butter), three clews, one of the finest silk, another of stout pack-thread, and another of whip-cord j finally a stout coil of rope." When she again come to the foot of thc tower, pro- - vided according to-her. husband's commands;lie directed' her to touch the head of the insécr.with>R ' little of the ghee, to tie one bnd of thc silk thread, around him, and to place the 1 reptile on the wall of . ? ? the tower. Seduced by tho smell of the butter > which he conceived to be in store somewhere above him, the beetle continued to ascend till he reached, the top,' and thus put tho vizer in possession of thé roll of silk thread. Ile then drew up the pack thread by me...

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English Extracts. THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND. [From the Staffordshire Advertiser, September 28.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

isngli&ï) isxtvuet*. THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND. [From the Staffordshire Advertiser, Senteruber 28.] On Wednesday morning week, JiJ^ Majesty and Prince Albert, attended only by a servant of Lord Glcnlyon's as a guide', crossed the Garry at the foot of Invervnck, and proceeded on horseback to the hill of Tulloch, a. height on the opposite sido of the road from the Castle, and immediately overhanging the Inn. Arrived on the summit, her Majesty and Prince Albert dismounted, and walked for some time along the ridge, commanding a view of Strath garry, ns far as the Pass, on the one side, and Glen Fineostle, on the other. They then remounted their ponies, and at half-past eleven returned from the hill. It may be added that her Mnjesty took the ford both in going and reluming, without alightiug from horseback. On returning, her Majesty's attention was attracted by Lord Aberdeen's huntsmou, who were standing around, and one of them was called up to speak, to Prince Albert. Her Maje...

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Police Report. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

TUESDAY.-CONJUOAI. AMUSEMENT.-Thomas Lowry, who had some few years, back^held the situation of overseer of the. hospital ? at Norfolk Island, but subsequently retailed milk through the city, was brought up on warrant, charged by his better half with practising .sundry freaks,.when in his cups, to the great danger of herelf and children, threatening to kill the latter, and placing a rope round her neck for the* purpose of suspending her from one of the rafters of their domiciled Lowry's defence consisted in .sundry .charges. of inebriety against his wife, to nona of which . however,-did the bench appear to give credence, but bound him over to keep the peace,'himself in the sum of £io, and two sureties in £20 each.. Daniel Braidberd stood committed to take his - trial for stealing a shirt, waistcoat, ' and browsers, from the residence of Mr. Charles Perrier, .residing at Strawberry-hill. The circumstances under which the theft was committed, together with the audacity of the prisoner ...

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