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Original Poetry. SCENES IN THE ANCIENT TERRA INCOGNITA, SINCE CONVENTED INTO THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK, BRITISH AMERICA: OR SKETCHES OF INDIAN LIFE. BY WILLIAM M. LEGGETT, M. A. CANTO 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

:'? v-r— : ;;/:r'TOMgiiiai; : Poetry. ?'. .'? ''? ' '.'. ''?'. [Fob ins* -Bathubsx Feee Peess.] ' . :; .;. ? /\ \ JICTElKfES ',. . .' I ,. :[.. _. lit THE ANOEENT TEESA iNOOQNJTA, BINOE CONVEETED INTO IHB ; PEOVIKOB OP NEW IiaUNSWIOt, BE1TI3H AlUiEtOA': , Ob SKETCHES' OB1 ETDIA'H IilFB. -'.?;? by wliiiiiiLM ir; iiBG'G'is'arT,' m; Jl ^.... '. . ;.- ? CANTO. 8iJt.'-; MTSTBEIO03 DIBQH)S0BE8 (BTBBH^ABD BT OOiA. Oola arose, resoly'd to , stamp .' Kevenge upon the iupinac eanlp i_I ? First joumeyingtpfEo place of graTea For omen-dreams .beside his braves, HepauB'damidtollatifBound .: Were iu the starless gloom profound That canopied the'-world around! Light flakes of snow were hi. the breeze That swept thb httjs and shook the trees, Arid voices reaeh'd his startled eat As if of low communings near, For doad, or living/surely held . Strange council on. that midnight flew, And cautiously advancing,' he ? Sought to resolve the mystery. . : Hard by him halted now a pair, . As if to Bimply res...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

©ctijtitjtl (fctfccedprnrrfeirce, To the, Editor of The, Bathukst Free Press. Sir,— For a few weeks I have heeu waiting for the continuation of the ' Reminiscences of a Traveller,' not only on account of their generally intelligent and interesting character, but also on account of- a. kind, of promise; as one might take it, that the subject of conscience as consisting of ' educational prejudice '?'. should meet with; further illustration. ; It seems, however, that the author of the ' Remin iscences ' considers he has dono sufficient in this respect, for the present at least, by entering the lists, and waiting, as on a former occasion, for some . one to '_ break alance' with him ; tho'daririg; idea' which he has made his unique .and half mad 'doctor' give expression to, constituting. the chal- ; lenge. The readers of the Free Press, I. ani sure, ' have reason to bo thankfnl to the inteliigeiit con- ' tributor of the 'Reminiscences' as well as for some other productions which so frequ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

PREVENTION OF FR4UD. THE Undersigned has the sincerest plea sure in being able to apprise the public of New South Wales, that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secre tary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance of Professor Hollo way, to instruct the Local Government. of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory against the Bounterfeiting of Holloway's Medicines ; that, in conformity with such instructions, tiis Excellency the Governor has caused the BRITISH STAMPS SXX.Xi. to be introduced into the Legislative Coun 21I ; and that the Representatives of the People, by passing the measure without a single dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Government. Under the provisions of this law it will a future be A FELON V to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the va luable medicaments prepared by Professor Holloway ;but, in order to make' assurance doubly sure,' Mr. Holloway has, at con siderable expense, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

i^° We do not identify ourselves with theopin ions of our Correspondents.

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Country News. HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

Country Ke-ws; . ; , ? ?:.?..? rjFaoai oua own correspondbnts.] -; ? vi. , . ,, . ?;. HARrLEY. ./ /;.-?- Mail Robber? by the Driver.— James Walker; the driver of the Mudgee mail, has been this day (Monday, Aug. 5,) committed by the Police Magis trate to take'his trial for mail robbery' at the next Cireuit Court to be hplden at Biithurst. ' The cir cumstancosof the case, as detailed in evidence, appeared to be ;— Tnat Mr.M'Lennbn, storekeeper, at Hassan's Walls, on. Friday, the. 2nd. instant, de spatched four letters in a private, or bye mail bag en roiite for Sydney , to be delivered at the Post-' office, Hartley, enclosing at the same time' a me-, mdrandum, stating1 that.;it ..contained three ;that., were to be registered.. The bag- was .delivered by \ Walker in due course at the Post-office, and. opened' by Mr. M. Jv Fiun';- who conducts tlie.. business'of; tliat'office for the ?'Post-mistress.'/ He: found'* that; two of; the .registered hitters ^had been abstrac'ted, , and of thi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

Births,   At Carcoar, on the 4th instant, Mrs. E. C.   Arnold, of a daughter.         At seven o'clock yesterday morning, Mrs. Far-     rand, of a daughter.        

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

Impounded,   At O'Connell Plains, on the 24th day of July, 1850, by James Moore :— One bullock, branded like ML conjoined on near rump, illegible brand on off rump; damages 6d. One bullock, branded like DC on off ribs, illegi ble brand on offrump ; damages 6d. If not claimed, they will be sold on the 15th of August.         9s. Henry Kable, Poundkeeper

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE PAST AND THE PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

SATURDAY,-; AUGUST 10, 1850. .-.? ' SIAGNA EST Y3ERITAS ET .PIUEVAI.EBIT.1.' t he;' past- and \ th e present. ? Mr. Da av all's motion on the appropriation -of the Land Fund :yesferdn.y .week; coromen-. ?ced by a very vivid: 'picture of the compa rative condition of this', colony, during the ?reign of transportation find after its cessa tion. Previous t'cf the year 1 84 1 lie stated, that its condition' was one of unexampled ?prosperity, tlint although labouring under very great difficulties, '\vealth and affluence seemed to attach themselves'' to New South Wales/' but that after tlie year 1841, when transportation ceased, 'the superstructure of our prosperity Ml because its 'basis was taken away.' 'The river (of transportaf tion, we presume,) ; which' diffused its fertil izing waters into the heart of a nation was suddenly dammed up at its very fountains, and the blessings attendant on its course withered away.' It i3 true Mr. Darvall speaks -'of the 'material prosperity' of the co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

TO ADVERTISERS. The cost of Advertisements must 'be paid previous to tlieir in sertion. Advertisements will be received until six o'clock in the evening of Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance will be made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. SiLTXZimST £°KEE PEBSS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, .Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF J OB P R IN TIN G Executed with neatness, accuracy and despacth and on Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at this Office, FORMS OF rTVENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown X Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony; of New South Wales. TENDERS for a Lease of a Vacated or forfeited Run of Lands, Intermediate or Unsettled Districts. Dog Forms, &am...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. (From the Spectator, March 30.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

NEWS OF THE WEEK. (From the Spectator, March 30.)   Parliament has gone, for its Easter holyday, not so ill-earned as usual.   Of things done— the budget has already been produced ; duty has been taken off bricks; Sir John Romilly has made progress with some useful law reforms within England and Ireland ; with a larger franchise   for Ireland, an advance of money, and a new Party Processions Act : and Lord Brougham— too often depreciated as "un- practical," and most recently as "volatile," stands steady to his text as a law reformer — once more exemplified in his effort this week to lop off the abuses in Chancery. Ascertained is it, that there is a surplus of revenue — wondrous fact ! Ascertained,   that Lord Palmerston has got England into hot water at Athens, but not how he is to get out of it. Ascertained, the relations and value of party forces in Parliament. The Protectionists have had a fair trial Parliamentary, and it clearl...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 August 1850

Eiocal Entellig'ettce. Eeratum.— CompositQrs sometimes make straniro nonsense of a writer's English. Ono of these worthies made us rhapsodise upon ah ^'ngloriou3 privilegeofthu press, in the last paragraph of our last week's leader upon the, return of . Dr. Lanir It is almost superfluous to say— read ' glorious »' Jury Lists.— Tho Chief Constable is compilinVr tho Jury, List for the years 1850 and 1851. Th^ Court for, the revision thereof will be iholdon; about tho 16th instant. ? .. , i. ., ,: ? ? New, Police Regulations.— It Vis' rumoured that the proposed alterations' in the systom of Po lice: purpose dispensing with the office of ?' Police Magistrate, in lieu whoreof, Inspectors of. Districts arc: to be appointed, wliose duty it '.will be to supei^ ? intend, the police of several- districts.. .They .will bo placed in the Commission of. tho Pdacc, but will notjfrom'the'na'turcoftheir'dntiesV be expecte'dto attend, tho Police Office ..business: with ? tho sarrio regularity as the....

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

Extracts. Great Firs at a Sugar Refinery.— The rao3t destructive fire that has occurred in the metropolis for many years, broke out on Wednesday morning, shortlv after two o'clock, in one of the largest sugar refineries in London — that of Messrs. Wackerbath and Co., George- streets Ratcliffe- high way, near the London Docks. The buildings which were approached by a narrow gate from George^street, formed three sides of a spacious square, and occupied an area of nearly four acres. A portion was eight stories high, and none less than six or seven. The fire was discovered by the night watchman in the second floor of the highest of rhe, buildings on the north side. This building comprised the following ware houses, viz., the ' lump-house,' the.' piece shops.' the ' bastard floors,' the ' tittler warehouse,' and the 'fine goods stores.' The erection extended in one direction 100 feet, and was nearly 90 feet deep. It was termed the '? single house,' adjoining which was the ' new house,' a...

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POISON SHOPS OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

POISON SHOPS OF ENGLAND. Scene — The shop of Mr. Upas, chemist and druggist; Bottles (his assistant), behind the counter. ' . Enter widow woman, with infant in arms, seemingly in great distress. Widow (much-agitated) — Threepenn'orth of Laudanum, please, Sir. Bottles— Laudanum Ma'am ; yes Ma'am ; sixpenn'orth, I think you said Ma'am. Widow (sighing) — Threepenn'ort1?';. three pence is all 1 have in the world ! /H;S: Bottles — Sorry for it, Ma'am. (Serves her.) [Exit widow, frantically]. Eater ragged little girl, and several other persons of squallid, wretched, and sinister appearance. Bottles — Nuvv then, little girl, what's for you 1 Girl — Mother says, please will you let her have a3 much arsenic as you can for twopence-halfpenny, to kill rats. Bottles— Rats, eh 1 Father belong to a burial club. Girl — Yes, Sir, please, Sir. Bottles— So I thought. (Delivers the arsenic). [Exit little girl'). Now, Sir, what can 1 do for you 1 (To a stranger with his face muffled and his hat over hi...

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JACK'S GROG IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

JACK'S GROG IN DANGER. (From the Sunday Times.) A committee of inquiry, comprising Ad miral Sir Thomas Byara Martin, G. C B., Admiral Sir Charles Adam, K.C. B..sand several other naval and military officers, have been examining witnesses at Somerset House, during the. week, touching the quan tity of grog allowed on board her Majesty's ships, with the view of lessening the pre sent allowance. The inquiry was instituted jo consequence of certain individuals imput ing all Jack's antics and errors to the habit of drinking, incurred (as they say) by his regulated allowance ot grog. Although no thfng would afford us g reater delight than to behold Jack a more steady, more thought ful, and a more provideut being than he is, yet we are far from being willing to attri bute his follies to his allowance of grog, for exposed as be is to every variety of clime and season, and called upon as he is to per form the most dangerous and the^nost la borious duties, we cannot suppose that two gills of g...

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Colonial Extracts. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

| Colonial .EKtrap.t;s.,;.-;i ..... -/1;;'. \ Mystkrtous Occurrence. -r- Yesterday jraorfi frfgi' -S et'ge an V G .' R'Sd 1 e y./ 'f r o m \i n for - jraalioii \yh,ich he. had recei,ved, pvoceeded la, iaJ:hu^at'^ang^rpp!/I?p^n^'Jbe.l^ man'jnatned .George ./Hiuiter.'. ; On ? arriving! at'-the ??hiiu;se-,iihe'ffaand it ^ fast'ehtdi«'aird'!brolce^ (opeir^tl]eubac'k^ iy)}\jiow/!:j(pji Reht!erihg;^li^ j r ou inJ h'e t- '-u nil' t hj^in :anv: ^y1|i|,4crps5'!;a''b^uj | w,ithj his , rthroat^cuti, -:U'heJ;cb.od'y,;\,aw.aUs-i a !cc-roner?s'dhq:uest;-'to.'iascertaiirit'he:i.matiner.{ |in!f;i\vlHih-iie'1cameltby''hih;Ueat^^ iqqest ,^s .heldti,|.hisl! day, , Jui'yj ^9't1^,' 'a:tJ | JKmes ',i'H.e,arli's, ^?he.m^ie! J^awkJiOiiuthe;; Ibndyliof .Gegrge.i iilunterj^vhoAvas^fouiid in: ltlirba't''B'ut';U!()ri s'rivhit;r5da y'.'1'1 'ixviitji i.n^^1 ^s't! ! ! Yerd ict ,_'. seU ?IJ.y.rder-^/ff/fl [ dc_ Ve~,wJiijfeJLb an^unspund state oLmip^r~^.f^^d(i^e^ \liser! Tii\y*2$+,Z^-l^'. ' ^^u-.^ '?''? ' ' ' ?| , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

Z NOTICE T^ qOURI^?ONDENTS. | fx.'s production shall appear in qurfopt'. r ' :,, ... : ' ,,-,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

*. The Indians supposed that -the aha'los'of tlioir warriors slain- never rested, till their .bodies, weretintorred.j ;,,,..,.? -,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

»';':»' 'l''V i*r (if'. 'J : i'i ''?'?' ? $3F }Vf do noty^e)iti^^'qjtirselves'w2ih the orpin.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

PREVENTION OF FE4.UJD. THE Undersigned has' the sincerest plea sure in being able to apprise the public of New South Wales, that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secre tary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance of Professor Hollo way, to instruct the Local Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants' of the territory ? againstthe counterfeiting of Holloway's Medicines ; that, in conformity with such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the BRITISH STAMPS BSE.&. to be introduced into the Legislative Coun cil ; and that the Representatives of the People, by passing the measure without a single dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Government. . Under the provisions of this law it wilj n future be to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the va luable medicaments prepared by Professor Holloway; but, in order to make' assurance doubly sure,' Mr. Holloway has, at con siderable expense...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 August 1850

Extracts. William IV. a Suitor to the Princess' of Denmark.— That there is a kind of Court feeling towards us, we do not seek to deny. It is as old is Queen Matilda's time, and still shews itself in many little ways. Among other proofs of it, we heard the following— King William IV., when Duke of Clarence, sued for the hand of a Prin cess of Denmark, and in the first instance employed Mr. now Augustus Foster, then Minister at this Court to open the delicate negociation. For a time all promised fa vourably for the Princely Suitor. Her royal parents left her free to choose for herself — wishing for, though not actively promoting, a match so desirable. But the early antipathies of the Danish maiden were too strong, backed especially as they were, by the yet more bitter enmity of an old nurse, who thought it a duty to adopt the prepossessions of her superiors to the most exaggerated degree. ^Assuring her, and from instillecl prejudice, firmly be lieving, that the English' were all bad h...

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