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THE FRENCH OCCUPATION OF ROME THE ITALIAN REFUGEES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

TEE ?i'REWeH OCCUJPATldN^Oir : ROME-: THE ITALIAN REFUGEES. V'1. Mr. Anstey . inquivedi first, whether the noble lord at the head of Foreign Affairs had reason, to believe that such a document as was stated to hare been addressed by the Court of Rome to the Court Of Vienna; in regard to. a proposal for the replace ment of the French garrison by an Austrian and iNeapolitan, or professedly an Austrian garrison, I*ad [been addressed by the Court of Rome to the Court of Vienna; secondly, whether that had been communicated partly or.; wholly - to -the Court of 8t. James's by the Court of Vienna; and, thirdly, whether application had been made to the British Government for the expulsion of Italian,' Hun garian, and other refugees, and for, the - suppression of a supposed Italian loan, said to be under nego tiation in London. Lord Palmerston replied that- no communi cation whatever of the natuve of the supposed note had been made by the Austrian to her Majesty's Government, and the result ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

GOLD NhWS. The escort from Mount Alexander brought into town yesteiday. no less than -10,4^8 ounces of gold; and it is stated that some thing like 6,000 ounces more had to be left behiiio, on account of (he corrteyance nfp \vied being- unable to, bring it, iu the present state of the, loads. -The escort'firtm Ballaiat 'ibiolight in I5tjt) ounces, and left 17S ounces ^in'Geelong. , r \ In our recent estimate of the amount of 'if old i actually /realized up to that' dale, we .stated .that we ; fe!,t a stiong conviction that -ve were raHier under than above the real imount. We wished' to be upon that side, is, in these daj;3 of wild excitement, we know 4hat mucl) evil, h'a'd! been /lone', by lending :ui renrry to absurd .'rumouis and too highly coloted wports ; iyjtl vve held tJiafcMieie waa much deliberate wickedness in possibly coifri pjromising, the prospects of hundreds of in dustrious persons, by lighting up a golden fever in 'their blood, which nothing short of absolute ruin migh...

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English Extracts. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, August 4, 1851. THE HUNGARIAN REFUGEES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

feeHslj Icxtracts. ;/ HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, August 4, 185U THE HUNGARIAN REFUQBES. I«ord D. Stuast mored aav address to Tier Majesty for the list of any addresses to her Majesty, or memorials to ihe Foreign-office, on the subject of the- liberation of Louis Kossmh and. his compatriots; with ihe names' of the places from which addressed, and the number of signatures attached to each of them, staling also when signed by a Chairman on behalf of a meeting. Several of these refugees, he said, had been libe rated, aad hid come to this country, and ?he hoped to hear from the noble lord at the head of the Foreign-office that he had received distinct assurances from the Turk ish Government that therest.of them, in« eluding Kossuth, would be in a short pe riod set free also — (hear). He hoped this for the sake of the Turkish Government, whose credit was involved in it ; and he .'Also hoped it for the sake of the noble lord himself, respecting1 whom there was a ge neral impression throug...

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TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

'TALLOW. BeeC,; .. ? , 2715 0 ' to , 58 ,, 5, 0 MjittoA.;- :„':'. :. . . as. io, ,o,:, -297 5 - Station' tallow .... 22( 0 0*.,, -0 '0^0, Hides) each .V..*.'. '_0,,5',0 ' ''0 8lV Sheepskins,', per^JlB. . .^ 0 /p ' 3 J J # 0 0' 3

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

oPjmobs CuBRBirr. , (Jj, . woor. -it^.'ih'i ,. ?- '' -St ^a.1'1 g. d. Superior Slips1/ ? : ? ~ . 1 34 to 1 4 Fair Wgbofl/. ..V.\...:i ... 1 ,2 'l 2$ low^fco 'Middling ? .'.r..''^^' ' 1 V Grease-: ../.'.: r.w. : ? r..^ ' 0 U5% (T -6$ Locka?yieces; broken wool; &c. 0,8' 0 10 HanSwaahe'd/and'scburod .': '-}'*' 1 I4 l' 1 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

GA.BDHlTINTa ASfO A.GUrOULTUR,VIi MBAtORANDA FOB DECEMBER. Tub Garden: Sovr cabbnge, lettucu, radishes, carrots, oaions, loeks, peas, broad boans, French boans, and tnr ntps ; plant cabbage. — T ns Vise : trimming and top ping, taking the runners off, to be practised this month;

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

WEEKLY CALENDAR ^ '^ i I i ?*??? ? a . '*il:£ri;&$ .... H. M. H. M. n. ' M. Dec. 13S. 4 * . 44 7 . 420 i . ? 0 14 5,. 4 . 44 7 . 5 21 ?:' . 0 15 M. 4 . 44 7 . 622 *. 0 16 T. ' '4 ' 45 7 . 7 23 . . 0 17 W. 4 . 45 7 :. : 7 24 . 0 - 18 Th. 4 . 46 7 ; ' ?' 8,25 -. ' . r 0 19 F. ;4 ?.'..?.. -46 7 . 8 26 . 0

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THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

THE TO RON. The nnmbeig of the population aro lapidly de creasing. Christmas, and the continued flow of watei in the nvei, aie bending some thousand-* home for a tune. The river seems as if it would never sink. { Just when anxious holders of bed claims — haVms waited for some months now — are flattering themselves that the wateis arc subsiding, comes a hca\y thandei shower, causing a ' ficsh' m tl'c nvei, ana aijain sw imping their hopes. The conviction now is th.it be 1 elm ins wJl not be woik able till Maich next. ' About half the population has mo\ed away tion Shcsp Station Point; and evciy otuei t.pot is cmisiderahly lc&s populous than it was sis. weeks aajo. Moa itnne, lam sony to &ay that tho incH7ih- or tno people me every day be coming more «le--]vi atdy depia%eil. The opening of the Sofalv inns seemed the signal for a jubilee of diiinkenness and rascality. The sly giog-shops hal at least this ledeouimg point — that men did not openly uululguin diiinkenness a...

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Colonial news MORET ON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

Colonial News.   MORETON BAY. Warwick. — On account of heavy rain, the diggers at Lord John's Swamp have suspended operations for a few days, and since last week very little has been done, as the parties being unprovided with shel ter sufficient to defend them from the wet, came into Warwick, and just as they were about to commence again the Commissioner of Crown Lands paid us a visit, doubtless to issue licenses, if persons were found dig ging. However, as this month is nearly out, and government requires a full month's license for the portion that remains, the diggers very prudently have resolved not to pursue their research until 1st December, so that they may at all events have a month's right for a month's fee. It seems   very hard that prospectors (with very little chance for the first month of obtaining any remunerative proceeds should have to pay a license ; but such are the regulations and our respected Commissioner, Mr. Rolleston, is obliged to co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

Union Bank of Australia, -- 23atIiurEt. ON and -after the 8th instant, the rates off ex change at this Branch wdL bo a^ follows, via. — On Sydney. Drafts at -siqlit iu Bums not less than: £50 issued at par. 'Ditto., do.', do., below £50 and not under JEHU RL£ Per cent prera. _ Bills and Notes, 8cc.f at sighf, above £19 9 purchased at ^ per cent discount: BaIS'K NOTkS cashed at t'per-cent discount. On Victoria, V. D. Land and AdetarJe. , ^ Drafts at sight issued at L ptri cent p-eot. Hills mid Noto, &c,at sight, purchased at 1 1 i-er ceat, discount. ' On Auckland Wellington, and Lyttletoa, £ ' -':: {^ew Zealand;)- '^ Drafts ^ifC'sTgfit isiuwl at f per cent prem BilTs, Nofe«f,r&c , at sight purchased at 3 per 'cnif diecbunt. ^ _ _ - D. KENNEDY. ?»*'''- V ~ r Manager. ^Commission Ag-ent, dtc« ^I'HE*' undersigned having teen for m^ny ye^rx 8 in the en ploy of Captain Htndsorc. (who is retiring from bus,nes«) has been iadncetl by the promise of support from several -of ht...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

CALIFORNIA. (From the Eizpire.) By the Frances we received a complete file of the Alta California, to the middle of October, through the kindness of Mr. C. C. Caldwell. one of the passengers. On look ing through these papers aafain, re find se. verai articles of much, interest which were omitted in our summary yesterday, particu larly some communicatlou3 ou quartz crush* ing aud some accounts of fresh, discoveries of gold which we will extract for to-morrow's publication. Mubdee.— The body of an intelligent looking Mexican was discovered just after daylight yesterday, lying ou Leavenwarth street, at the North Beach. He was a well dressed man, and was weltering in blood. About twenty staba were fouud on different parts of the body, sis of which were in tha region of the heart, and one in. the back which was at least three inches long. There were no marks of struggling on the grouud around, and the body had' evidently been placed there after the deed was done. Whan found, a monkey jac...

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ELBOW-ROOM. THE CENSUS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

? ELBOW-ROOM. TEE CE^9p8 IN GRE.YT J3RITA.IJI AND THE TJNITKD STATES. The British Census returns for 1851, and those of the United States for UjpO, have appeared almost contemporaneously. - /.Taken tugecher, «they enable ua to 'Yurai* an est'nv -w of the actually existing numbers who, over the wide extent of the earth's surface, now employ, as their. native language, the mother, tongue of England. We use the test of language advisedly, in preference to that 'dX ra.ee; fqr thp JJibemo-Celtic element has no toriously been as prolific us the Anglo-Saxon, in contributing to the world-wide develop^ ment of that variously mixed race which is now apparently charged with the mission of uniting in one common civilization the remotest extremities of the habitable globe. The population of Great Britain, exclu sive of Ireland is, by the late return, 2U,9I9,53l; that of Ireland, after making every reasonable deduction for the effects of famine and emigration, can hardly be taken at less than 7,5...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

van d'iemen's land. Gold in Van Dtembn's Laxd. — On Thursday last, Mr. G. Goble, in company with Messrs. Davis and Wilson, discovered unmistakeable evidence of the existence of yold. near the ciavel nits. Launceston. in biecciated quartz and iron stone. On break ing- some yf (he rock, sevoral tangible pieoes of pine metal were extracted, but not in suf ficient quantities to pay1 for 'working-, unless the soil-ia the'\icinity also co'titaiVis tlie auii i'erous depo-it, which a i'ew days will decide. A »i eat number of persons have already visited, the ''new diggings,' and it, is curious to observe the knowing geological looks of some, and the sneeiiri^ inctedulity of otheis. — Cornwall Chronicle, .N'oo. 13. — The Launceston Examiner of the same date treats the whole afl'ui as a hoax.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

; Sold ^urc&agEra. gom. Gout. Gold. i-n'imi,: i ;i -i ' ? ? ? . i . - -?? i ??-,- ?- TO S E L L E 11 S OF G O L JO, Australian Gold. _ F. STRACHAN, rrtiE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of YS: prepared to purchase Gold in any qiianiitiesla 1. GOLD to any- amount. ? JL the' highest nsarket price. . ' ' ??'.??\..\\; WILLIAM CUMMlNGSi Bathurst, Aug. 12tu 1851. ?' Clear Creek, Jnne 26th, 1851. ? -—r, ? V ? ? ?- ? , ? '-7- ? ? ? : ? . . Sheep Skins, i GOIiD. Tallow and Hides, H' 'i OHHE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD Greasy Wool ' i DUST in an, r quantity. ^HE, undersigned is a CASH purchaser,* the IHA^iitut. &, ou. ?, jl. above in any quantities. , .:'?'. , ? , ., 541, George-street, Sydney,. ; ? - ' ? p; STRACHAN. ? ? — 1 ? i_i=i_t_iSij Bathurst, Nov. 14th 1851, .',.?-- ' Wellington Gold; ', ? - t '.??-?' '.- -?? ? ^_- ? '- ? '-^-- ? MR. A. WHITE is a Cash purchaser1 of 'Gold at ' ''' « ? ' Wool. ,Morite'fforesi ? ' ? ' /;?:?,' TpHE. undersigned is a CASH purchaser ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

FROM the Township of Sofala, a bay HORSE; short tail, bald : face, white hind fout; and ; ; branded ,WM near shoulder, any person deliver , Ingjthe Bame to Mr. Morgan, Inn-keeper, Bathurst '' or to the undersigned; will receive & reward of One Pound. ? ' ...-.' - ? ALSO, -..;?? -From Mr.. Rotton'a Paddock, a bay Mare, black ;, points, long tail, rather hollow,. in the back, well , Oibreil, 15,'handB high, (if branded, not 'legible) on either shoulder ; a reward as above will, be paid on ; ; delivery. - ' ' ???????? :-???-???? ??? _ ,, :iir.-ii.' w*-.^-: ... ?? ?????. ;???--. C. S. QUAIL. ,^,^0tfN.MEILLON & CO.. in returning thanks ''' tl to the Public of Bathurst and its vicinity, for '.-.. -? RastfaTours beg to inform them that they have ' .just received in addition to their previously well ; assorted stock SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY '(650) packages of goods which they are determined to sell at prices that shall defy competition ; the following is a brief outline of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

£1 10s. Howard. r ANY person giving such information as ranV-lead to the conviction of the thief 'on thieves who have stolen a quantity of bucks from the heap- laid near Mr. Samuel's stores, in Howicfc street ; or ap prehending (those who may hercafteitobe stealing bricks from the same place, shall recene the above reward. , N. CONNOLLY. Bathurst,^ i r\ '- ( December 9th, 1851. i -L ''? ? ? - ) ' ? j , Parlour Iiibrarjr. , ^ „ ,', -ils. 3rJ. per Vol. ' -' x( ii' 1 ' 13$. ter Dozen'. ' ^ ' EMMA, by Miss Austen; Norlhan-ger Abbey ; Black Prophet , Typee; Omuojrfjanfarougha the Miser; Father Connell ; the,r¥th-e Proctor; An Irew the Suvovard ; Count of Mjtftte Clwibit). 3 Tola. ; Emilu Wyndham ; G rattan's Hi^hwa) s land Byt-ways ; the Game of Life ; the Collc^jan's , the Kahn's Tale ; Bellah, a Tale of La Vencleo , Life of Mahome 1 ; Conquest of Granadi ; Tnle-. of the Munster Festivals ; MarMn, by Mr».' S C. Hall; Wood Leighton; the S!vi-teh-Book : T.«hg of a Grandfather; Bracebndgo ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1851 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LECTURE ON THE ASPECTS OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

?THE BATHURST UU PMSS AND MINING JOURNAL 'MAGNA EST VERITAS ET ^KiEyALBBI^.' ,;, ;; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, : ^51. LOCAL INTfiLLMNCE. LECTURE ON THE ASPECTS OF THE AGE. A lecture on the Aspects of the Age was deli vered on Wednesday evening by the Rev. D. Blair. About one hundred persons attended. The au dience was very respectable, and they listened to the lecturer with deep attention. The following is an outline of the lecture -: It is the duty of every man to study the present. To the commonplace mind everything is common place. '' But to' the thinker the present — tjie child of the pasted parent of the future — is' always a new era, and; pregnant with events of profoundest interest.' ''Every soul 'should 'discern the signs of the times ;' in Order to learn its duties, trace the course, of .man's, forward-flowing destiny, and dlsV coyer the grand designs of God; for, as the poet truly asserts,           &nbsp...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE BOOK OF BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

' Jtttscellancous Extracts. THE BOOK OF BISHOPS. (From Punch.) Punch believes it to be his mission to writa The book of Bishops- -with portraits of the most distinguished arithmeticians that at pre sent adorn the Bench. ' The Book' of Bi shops : a marrowy, dainty volume, contain ing a simnltt and withal nnnulfif 'ntnrv nF thm manifold doings of the men of lawn in this wicked world, with their daily atrugglings with those sinewy giants of life, L. S.'D. , that now and then will throw the strong est in the dirt, the yellow dirt, that clings ' to and yet begrimes not. n '.''',v. '. The Book of Bishops— printed .upon bank-note paper, in ruby type — bound, in Durple velvet, with gold edges ; gold, inch thick and to be had at all cathedrals. The Book of Bishops, , uniformly printed with the service of thatcbuxch whose self-denying ordinances prelates of ten thousand per an num so affectingly illustrate. The hero of the past waek — for everr week 'has its episcopal rnovtej»ents, even as it...

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Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

, HcgtsIatt'Ue Council. ' , (From the S. M.Herrld.) . , ...;..'::, SPJEECH OF WHLLIAM CHARLES WE^T . WORTH,: Esq., Member for thecity of Sydney, in the Legislative Council, Thursday, December' ? 4, on the General Grievances, of the' Colony of ? New South. Wales.' . /-..,? ;. .: - — ?' ?;'? Mr. Wentworth moved, pursuant to. notice, that the petitions to Her Majesty arid both ; Houses of Parliament, brought up by the Select Coihmittee1 of this House appointed on the 31st of 'October/last to prepare them,' be adopted: ???'.'''':'; '?.'.'. .,'.-,;. ' The petition to Her Majesty having been' read by. the clerk. of the House, Mi*. Wentworth addressed Council as follows :— '-V !/... Mr. Speaker,-^-As the other petitions are ideii-. tical with that which has been read to the House, except in the form of their commencement, I will not trouble hon. merabers by requiring them to be read at length. But in the observations which it will be my duty to address to the house in support of these peti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

Mew Goods ! Slew Goods 1 Mew Goods ! - C. C. FORBES BEGS Respectfully to announce to his customers and the inhabitants of Bathurat generally, that he has just opened (his recent purchases in Sydney) the largest, most varied, and cheapest assortment of Draperv and other goods ever offered for their inspection, which* owing to the present glutted state of the Sydripy markets, he is enabled to. sell at prices hitherto unheard of in Bathur&t. C. C. F. bega to subjoin a list of prices, to con vince purchasers that he can supply them with those goods on which, the carriage is trifling, AT SYDNEY PRICES. l.,Qise-Mus)m Dresses, full lengths, at ?a» 6d, per dress I ditto, delaine ditto, 11 yards to the dress, Sa.Gi. per dress 1 ditto, French delaine ditto, 12 yards length, Cashmere patterns, 7s. 6d. per dress 1 djttn balgoritye ditto, elegant patterns, lfla. 6d. per dress ' ? . Print dresses, good dark patterns, 2s. 3d. per dress 2 cases Hbyle'a 5-i lilacs, warranted fast, 3s. 6d* ,:...

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