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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING JV'EVV«. ARRIVED. AUOUBT 20 -The schooner Falcon, 49 tons, Merritt, master, from Tahiti the 2nd Jun?, and Honolulu (Sandwich Island«) the nth July, with sugar, Ste. 27. -The barque British Sovereign, 350 tons, Milne, master, from the Bay of Islands the 6th Instant, in ballast. 2? - The steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Par; sona.maBter, from I'ort Macquarie, the preceding day, with sundries. 28. -The barque Constant, 5S.λ tons, llenaerv, master, from Hongkong ?tb May, and Manila 11th June, with lea, sugar, cigars. &o. 29 -The schooner Flyinsr Fish, 61 tons, Turnbull, master, from Upoln, Navigator's Islands, the 93rd July, and Wallis Island ihe 2nd inBtant, with cjcoa out oil and arrowroot. SAILED. AUGUST 27.-The schooner Marian Watson, j flichaida, master, for Tort Phillip, via Twofold I 13ay, with sundries. I 17.-The brig Guide, Addams, rooster, itv Auckland,..with sundries.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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WE had prepared an atricle on the interesting proceedings of the Agricultural Society's Exhibition on Thursday last, but prefet inserting the following well-written one from, the Australian:— PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

WE had pröpared tin etrîcle on the inter- j esting proceedings of the Agricultural So-, cíety's Exhibition on Thursday last, bàt préfet inserting the following well-written .one from, the Australian ivy,.-; PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIOJSI. Tirs Exhibition, as announced in previous advertisements, took place on Thursdays last, at Clarendon, in the neighbourhood of J Windsor, and as the first display under the , auspices of this Institution j we cannot ade quately express our surprise and gratifica» tion. indeed it may confidently be stated,1' ceeterisparibus, the show was ia every res-,' peet wot thy of comparison td anything of the kind in England. The arrangements were judicious, the various matters exhí ^ bited wera deserving of honorable mention, and the whole proceeding was conducted' with the utmost desire to maintain good feeling. Of the number of persons present, j some idea may be formed by the fact that £14 toll was taken for the admission of horses^aud ve...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

sible state, Wo oütward injuries are appa rent. -Dr>WliitB^^^^ he was dií dore red lying on the toad, and he» together with--urV#BÎi*»4rho ^téndsl on behalf the/* Friendly 9rothew\5o£ietyr * of Which Rowen is a member-are uQremit ting in, their attendance Upon hint. We ¿te gratified to learn by the diaifst accounts from Hew Zealand, that every thing was quite at that placé. Jîelfi and his followers had proceeded about 20 miles to the southward of his latè residence or pah, situated On a high mountain, and the whole of his people were actively employed in çûltivating the land «with corn, potatoes, vegetables, &c, and several fat pigs were observed feeding in. the neighbourhood. Heki is desirous of a reconciliation with the Govérnment and the settlers, and we think the Government should court his favor and cause all hostile proceedings to cëàse. The French settlers who h&i planted themselves at Akaroa¿ín the middle Island, had all disappeared, with the exception of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

TERMS. ? ' Tkt fiAWKESAi'ttY Count en wiUconltnII» io be pub» lishéd every Thursday morning, in Windsor ani Richmond, and forwarded to oil part» of the Country, The terms of SUBSCRIPTION arâ 5s. per Quarter j and Subscribers not resident in euhêr of the above towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on t'ie last Thursday in the months of March, J tint, September, and December,m which days only : or jirevioui to the following Monday can reiignatime be received, which must be accompanied by pay» ment <]f alt monies due. The chtrges for ADVERTISEMENTS ares For V« first inch Hs.; and for every inch of Space after, ut the rate of ls for each insertion; a. d the tum» ber of times to be ; nf dished must be written QH the face rf the manuscript, or the advertisements witt be continued till countermanded, Kon-subscriltei t must fay the amount prevmts io the insertion of their udve tisements, wk ch must be sent before twelve o'clock tiwi, on Wednesday, and 0 dirt to withdraw, n...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

'<) What is ito definition of the word TÎÔrBnl* ' ardM !:*^Ä mata who hm drank hard. '. Fottftrao06nif~A ^udéttu^ojfik^iiát Jfi&OOO per annum, in the parish of Wolverhampton (days tbe report of the RlidlaKd Mining' Com mission,) when asked to contribute to ^ttïngahâll Church, excused himself by saying that ilia mmea,wou|d be worked «ut ut «bout seventy years, and tuen the people would move* and tue church would be of no use I ¡V ÀoBBBàa^É TnANSFÖnMATtoN.'-On the abdi cation of i^uonopnrte in 18'4, it WÄB stated in a fashionable party at Paris; that everything WAS to be restored to tue same state «a m 17C6. .* Ob, I am delighted io hear that (exclaimed, «.lady whb bad passed the bloom .of you th), ipr Iben I. ahull be only eighteen years of. «¿e.''

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

.^BfrciiflEit.Sf-r-Tbe .brig; tkíunrtj f22V*ops, '? üulfour.ruaster, from Mirtila tba 1st jAtlyi wiiji sue ar, &d t tie Scíibonér tíanhab; 9 > ian*, Salitiorl, masler, from Port îïiclwlson (lie 8th iüly, and Auckland i be 8tb Ultimo, witíi oil, &c 3- Tbs barque .Nimrod, 23¿ tons, Sullivan; master, from tbè Whaling Grounds, willi 35(» báñela a¡.ermoil; Left Sydney Sâtll July.íSll Lamb and Jsrbury, owners? ; . 5-The schooner Joseph Cripps* 7ß: ,'tons, Winstone, master, from Port fiiclidlson the tl th Ultimo, with oïl, ïkx, &<> . . " ' ' 5-The hirijuö William, fíoí^er; master, from the whaling grounds; with ¡381 bnf reis sperm oil ; out 14' months ¡i. Uoyíl and Co, owners... 5-The barque Hpogliiy^ 470 tpm, Williame^, m later, from <lr¿véjétíd¿ lyih Muy, with mer; cbandise 5- The , sebPonef Providence, 56 tone, M'Cook, master, frcfm Port Phillip the 28th Ultimo ' ».?<..<.- ? ? 6- 1 he brig Corsair, 231 lons, Sprou...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

LAÎE§Î ENGLiSU NEWS* IMPORTANT*-Thc Fatis Presse, in stating that Captain Page has beet) despatched to Oceania with fresh in structions to Admiral Hamelin, adds " We are assured that Captain Pagers mission rêjkrs iq, _ the approaching abandonment ûf our possessions in Oceania, The Queen and Royal Family were in good health. They had paid a visit to thc Orval Britain steamship, at Greenwich, a full account of which ap: pears in the English papers» By a London paper we (ind tallow quoted at 38s., and town at 4lsk >3^*¿^/-fym» am* Swat prepara tions 1^ the'wool sales on j the l^h^Iayi ; it " >-i ^Jívi|iÉÍ<^aiMl^r(»m' undoubted au. thbfltyiifliatÄ af^nMent of Chief J uslice.of New South Wales, rendered vacant, t»y 7tln> decease of üír ¡James Dowling, »a to be filled up by a candia date, from *jte Colonial bar, and not: fromlliatbf Engiarul, Sir; ïtoberWèèl, jfNHè * rumbiiÄj would .^titô^Àfb^élè^lifei às t«1 ahjl j&a^jpnen^^ plished ; many ^ istration bad vote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

Wurt COURIER AND GENERAL PRINTING Q&FÏCE, WaSTD LETtE4l.f»1lESS PRINTING of every description performed willi ; neatness and dispatch., at Sydney prices. : namely, Law Forms, Bil] Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills,, &c, &c, &c. ' ,

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FOR THE LADIES. FASHIONS FOR MAY. (From the Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

F O R TH & LADIES, FASHIONS FOR MAY. {Ftomthó Ladies* Magazine of. Fashion./ Tn« great novelty of the' season for silk dresses are those in pyramidal and tiensversal stripes, frequently shaded on each sida the stripe till th« colour blends with that bf tho ground ; there ia also a new style of ohe«k, which is'of a different textura where the chehfc is formed. Bareges of now designs, taffetas foulards de Chine in «rid» checks like ribbon, moire huitrines, &o. sro nil now in demand. Dark colours prevail in all hew materials, nnd those of silk are as yet most fashionable. The forms do not vary. . Tho demi puritaine and very high bodies, but open en ct»ur, showiog tho chemisette, br guimpe, are the prevailing styles ; s une ere with revers or rolling collars : gimp, fringe, and laocfoimtbo usu ¡i I trimmings. The newest trimming is with fringed ribbons .Ila Ninon, placed apart, rising half way up to the skirt in gradual shades. Black mantelets will still be worn, trimmed...

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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. MR. CAUDLE HAS LENT AN ACQUAINTANCE THE FAMILY UMBREELA. MRS. CAUDLE LECTURES THEREON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. MR. CAUDLE HAS LENT AN ACQUAINTANCE THE FAMILY UMBREELA. ÎÏBB. CAUDLE tSCtt/ÄES l*ÄEREOli. , ; BAH ! That's the third umbrella gone since Christmas; What were you to do \ Why let him go home in the.rain to he sure. l*m very certain there was no* thing about him to spoil. Take cold, indeed ! /He doesn't look like one ol \ the-sort-*to talk cold. Besides,, he'd better take cold than taka-oar only um brella. Do you hear the rain, Mr. Caudle F X say, do you hear the rain? Andas líiveif it isn't St. S withing day ! Do you hear. it against the windows ? Nonsense, you don't impose upon mc. You can't be asleep with such a shower UB that 1 Bo you hear it, I sayl Oh, \ you do hear it. Well, that's a pretty ; flood, I think, to last for six weeks ; and, no stirring aiyhe time out of the '? house. Pooh l äbi^^jyWk sine ;aÍoól, I Mr. Ciaudle.! ábn'í insult me. Hie re turn theombrella. Anybody wbuíd think j you were born yesterday* _Äs if any body i ^ever dîd r#urù ...

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OPENING AND [?] NON OF THE NEWS SYNAGDGUE. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

j; / 1 Vv M \ i'v" ein ^T.',.S" by. tickets, IHtetaiîy' farnishe^ b$r iTïe ' Committee. _ ^éJ^^On^?P^p|^è^ *dicàtfoni w ^ shortly after three o*clo<%, , before *wtf¿fr$feft/;the building v%8 M|^ra]||f "crowded.- ; An introductory gym phony of Haydn's 'having beea played, theOÍBcers of the 'Congregation, consisting of the Presi dent, touts Nathan, Esq. .{the Treasiir« er, Mudall Solomon, Esq. ; and Messrs. *D. Moses, D, Heckscher, R. fíart, J, 'Friedman, B» Leveyy 5; Solomon, and 'the Secretary, -Phineas Moss, Esq, 'brought the Rolls of the Law from the ^Vestry to the door of ^he Synagogue Avhere, threeknocks having %een given, Hhey called - 'Open tinto us the gates of righteous - '. ness ; wo will eriter them «nd praise the 'Lord. The döors were then opened, tlie pro cession of officers entered standing be neath a canopy, while the choir chaunt *ed How'goodly Bte'iltyltents, O Jacob i Hhy tabernacles O Israel Î O Lord ». I have ever loved the habi tation of thy house, and...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, SEP. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

OF* TIÍE LEGISLAjTiVfi COUNCIL Twj¡, Speaker read »to Ike Council four? Messages!f oin M» TSfrcWJieujsy ttoe 'Öover - norythe first or which act^mpaníed í*tóéf draft of a Bill tö alter and amend the duties of GüBtomB payable In Nety South Wales ; the sei^d^lraeSniUted %n exïrafeVIrolfe Despatch received/by? $ïi$fâpfât;ënM'-: the Seoretàry bf .State Á^tfj|^.t^^e¿p1^;i priety of eiectivfcs^ ing filledby Governinetit Offi^^ it is clearly laid down éBft^^osâo'jik bf; importance they a pose the Go vernment j >£be third Message proposed the appropriation ofjan additional sum of £600, l6^ee't-#B*'ebnánge'nt>x-' penses of the department of Colonial Dis tilltries,,including rewards for information j the fourth Messageaccompanied ¿bei Sup-' plementary Estimate '^or^hé^nt|#n|:^9rji'! The'Póft andrHarbours AäUmeOdjtnent Bill waB read a first time. On the motion <>f Mr. Robinson, an Ad* dress was voted to her Máje&ty¿- ptaying that she would be pleased to extend .to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

Mît, UBÂltf/WHJTE^ bega; tesl |>ectfüi{y td acquaint elie. Public, that tie «rill submit to competition, about 1 month hence,T80m& Very Valuable; ALLOÍM ENT.S of ^ LAN D', situate inthat last thriving nad im; j proving part of the Town pf WINDSOR > k nowa BB "'RiCJCERBY'S or COPE'S PADDOCK, with frontages to Catherine Street and the i'errace-tparticulars in a future ad vertisement " Windsor, 10th September. I Hi* ' ! CONTENTS OF NO. I, OF ! " ; THE A U ST R A L AS I A Ñ ODD FELLOWS MA(iA2!\K. Printed and Pubished by Messrs. STATHAM <& FonsTEBi at the'Australian1 Journal J; Office, George street, sydney. . ^..'.Introductory Article» '* To «Ur ; Readers .'Ott the Constitution and Prospects of ; Odd Fel* ^owsuip 1 3, Astronomy, Geography, Mechanic*, ^tä^L^StatiattcSOi ileftd.ng: Sj'Ofthë Trova» %6ceotoñe class of ideas, and its Effects upon jtjU^ ftííiad ^. *î> X»ays. of the Fellowship Np.l, Tho Odd Fellow -j 7, Records of Heading (by ; %tílwy4ií) t*...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1845. QUIT RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 September 1845

"»THÜRSDIV, $EÍ^ IBER àiïmJi Thia sunjeet, wtásfc *fofifàà ai» im^bríáiií ife«Qu^1n":ffîel^^^ot the Crown ïaandl ^lievatfce 4^n^ on whtci \ iras founded an address to Uer Majesty' 'from theLegislative Cbaûctî, Was brought 'under tho consideration bi the House, On f ^Frnlay/by Mr. COviper, who moved an . address to the Governor, praying that His ? Excellehcy would be.pleased to direct {hat J ?the issue of warrants for levying by distress'; on the'propériy ot persons tódébtéd for ar.) 'rears of-Quit Rents'to (he Chtten, might; *be suspended until the reply ot Her Ma-. j'esty's Government could 'be Obtained to! Îhe-arTdreSs 'of (ho Council, relative to the \ Crown Land Grievance Report, 'lt was,] as fee said, natdral to expect that the'Go 'verntaent-sHould have suspended proceed 'inga of this êxiréme kind till the decision 'of theHomeGovernmerit had been known,' 'ins'ead of causing, BB they had done, dis 'tress arrrJ'ruin irretneÜrablß fMroughôat the' 'territory. Ha the -small town of ...

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METALLIZATION OF WOOD. From the Railway Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

Kyan, Margarf,,> Bouverie, »and Bu net »aye succeeded in this jobject. T merit of die in venuon which we ¿re-tic 'aboat *tj> ctítialdeí; ii; %¿t U ^oes; n merely,^ gelable substances with metallic rïrep rations, (those hitherto employed ha been the expensive ches of Mercury ai copper), butl>y means of chemical d composition it actually fossilizes, so spealc, the substances acted upon, at by a combination bf' agencies, ail them quite inconsiderable in point cost, creates of the wood an entire new, insoluble, durable, and uniniBat mable ''matter; Mr. 'John Marsh, tl chemist of tba dockyard at, Woolwic sp long ago aB 18.41, carefoll y exam« ed the details of the process tindéVt view, and expressed a strong and u qualified opinion as tb Che thorough effectua) nature of the means employ* to carry out all the Objects specified i the paten t. Mc George Stephenson, lt engineer, în iîkè manner, in July» T?&; minutely examined - the process, an pronounced it to be the best de...

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THE ROAD TO OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

Tfffi ilOÄÖ TO OÄEGON. | THOUGH several parlies have penetrate * into the Oregon t^ttory from ted States, through the gorges and ove T the towering heights of the%ocky Motin tains, yet U may be safely asserted, fror 1 the concurrent jtestimony^of trader« ' trappers, and settlers, tfho have" them ' selves passed these natural barriers,tha ' the difficulties are so numerous and for 4 midable, and the timé necessary for th * passage so long, that there is no secure * expeditious, ot commodious tract whici * can ever be Used ás a highway, so as t< ' afford facilities5Tor ah influx of emi ' grants Overland. Several routes havt been tried of late, and each differs fron *-the oilier in the privations "winch tht passengers undergo. "None but the wilt * and fearless free trappers can clambei ' over thëse precipices and tread these ' deserts wttb secority, and even these art ^ quitting tüehi as haunts, and now using 5 thfem as Unavoidable tracks. It is tn» ^there have 'been~pribl¡s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

T E il MS. TAt JiAwKcsbuRV CötjRlm will continue tà %e pub' tished every Thursday morning, in Windtor oui Richmond, dnid forwarded to all parts of the Country. The terms of SUBSCMPTION aré Ss per Quarter J and Subscriben not resident tn éuhèr of the abott iou ns, must pay in advance. The quarter* end on the last Thursday in the months ty March, June, September, and uetembf, on v>1ùch days only, or previous to the following Monday can resignations be receive/I, hikick must he accompanied by pay* ment of all monies due. The chirges for A DVERTTSEM EKTS are i For the first inch 3s. ; and for every inch of space after, ut the rate of is for each insertion ; a<¡d tht num* ber of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded. Kon-subseñbert must fay the amount previous to the insertion -of their udve titements, wh ch mutt be tent before tmlve o'clock tiMn, on Wednesday, and oidirs to withdraw, ...

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SMOKING AT CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

AT CONSTÁÑ^Í^OÍliS, Tita risk of fire arising frortV several hun dred thousand lighted pipes or pieces of charcoal and tinder» burning in every direction throughout a wood-built city, is sufficient lo justify the attempts made by divers Sultans to abolish smoking. But no sovereign waged.,war upon pipes and their attendant coffee more invete rately than Murad IV. fíe hunted down smokers, coffee-drinkers,, and opium . eaters, with relentless severity. If de linquents, high or low, were caught in the act of smoking, their heads inevita bly paid forfeit. Murad often went forth tefedil (disguised), on purpose to watch if the police did its àuty, or to see if he could fall in with individuals bold enough to infringe his edicts. On one of these occasions he is said to have met with an adventure calculated to di minish his passion for these experiments. Having disguised himself as a simple citizen, he passed over to Scutari in a common hayik, and prowled around the caravansaries, where stra...

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WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

ty H12 A Ti Ti>fe gréai TIMES of the I£<h April contains A masterly lead mg article on the petition ofilia merchants interested in thê Australian corn trade¿ presented to the House of Commons by M>, Hutt, which was lost. The 'Iiârs Wittes i -In saving this, we are adhering to the We wa which we advocated exactly a year ago. VVhàt might, could, should, and ought to hare been, done then tn By bo done how $ the longer its doing is deferred, the less the gain, j ha á) hil a books had better have benn bought at first. We cannot resist the temptation of reminding our friéndà of the words of advice which we offered in March, 1844, with reference 16 Mr. 'fïutl'è motion for extending the precedent'set in the prevtdus session with respect to Canada, and re* (luting the duty on the wheat of all our Colonisé from Sa. to ls. per q iirter We then said ' We advocated bis proposal ás forming n natu, ral part of that idea which was inculcated last year by the Ministry itself-the ide...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, SEPT. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

PROCEEDINGS v 01? TtíE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL í 'TUESDAY, SEPT» 9. TäB Speaker read . to the House a letter which he had received from Lord Polworth, acknowledging the receipt bf a letter con taining a petition from the Legislative Council of New South Wales to thë/HopBa of; Lords.-Also, a letter from William Hutt, Esq., acknowledging the receipt of a letter conveying to him . a vote of thanks from the Council for his efforts in asserting the rights of the Colony.* The Colonial Secretary laid upon the table a copy of the Supreme Court Rules lately published. Russels Nepean Bridge Bill was read a first time, and referred to a Select Commit tee. On the motionof Mr. Robinson* a Select« Committee was appointed to inquire into and report as to the best situations for Light Houses or Beacons in Bass' Straits : and an Address was voted to the Governor fora return of correspondence and extracts of Reports of Surveys of those Straits, &c. On the motion of Mr. Löwe, a Select Committee wa...

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