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CANTO 10TH. Scene at the Looshtork Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

CANTO 10th. finm* at. the. Laashtnrk Falls.* Clouds gatlier'd fast and darkness grew Horo dense around -v lane cuuoo, Paddled by solitary squaw Close by tho Hush of Tellewaw !* Crowds mann'd surrounding rooks, and wav'd Signals to Jicr they would liavo sav'd } But reckless of their becks and calls Sho plied her bands and near'd tbe falls, And still tho current urg'd her on — Ou— on — O horror 1 she was gone 1 Whero whirling chasms gave back the roar Of mountain torrents tumbling o'er, Forthsprang a philanthropic Brave And plung'd amid the furious wavo And gallantly struck out to save 1 No cheers were heard ; for wild Kuspense Had chain'd all pow'rs of utterance, While warriors group'd with awe to sco Their Chief oxpos'd so perilously. But now a shout of joy awoke Froud'echoes, as if giunts spoke, And Old Peetwaagen's fame waa sung Throughout the camp by every tonguu I Tho rescued maid he straightway bore To Mangin's hospitable door ; For well that good old Doccress koew, What remedi...

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Original Poetry. SCENES [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

Original Poetry. rJ'oa she Bathcrst Fuse Peess.1 SCENES UTItS ANCIENT TEBRA INCOGNITA, SINCE CONVSHTED WTO THIS l'aofixcE of new bruhswick, Daman America: ' . Da SKETCHES OP INDIAN LIFE. BY WILLIAM: M. LEG&ETT, It. A.

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LAMARTINE ON LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

L AM ARTINE ON LIBERTY. Lamartink, in the last number of his Con- B seiller du Peuple for 1849, says : — 'Is it B true that trthe;.yolunl:ttry religious senti ment, the soul- of republics, is wanting to a certain degree in— France? Is it true, moreover, that this sentiment, which by it self alone is worth all legislations and all governments, because it is the legislation of God and the government of conscience, developes itself in the soul of the nation in proportion as religious affairs have been less I governed, less supported, less partially fa- I vored,.less protected by. human hands, by I the state, which profanes ; them by protec* I tion.-AVell, then ! leave the old wheel-rut of I official worships, of religions, of power, of I adorations, of the budget, and vote with so*. I briety and _ precaution, without degrading ??; I anything^ using the present state of things I as a groundwork ; ypte ,the ' spyereigpty ; of I free conscience, vote the universal suffrage I of reason, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE       We do not identify ourselves with the opin-   ions of our Correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

*The Falls of the River St. John, contiguous to which dwelt the Grand Chief Tellawaw in very ancient times.

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THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

;i TBE' (GQtONiBS. 'UA 'iYFrintviKt TimitJJ-'^ tbbk across' the!1Atlantib^ jaind * sail -round th# Cape- to- the Antipodes^ i'Evierywber^ we possess lands flqwing1' with0 inilkJ and honey, and eithercwitfr noCainafa'nites ,at all or veiv harmless ones. We Dossesa with out dispute, without. let or hindrance, as fully and as freely as our own paddocks and. lawns,- land enough not only for one million, but forfa hundred millions. The inhabitants of these regions clamour for our labourers ; the cattle ask to be milked; the sheep to be eaten, the harvest to be reaped, and all nature to be occupied and enjoyed.. ,,;The woods and dales are: vocal with invitation; '???? Then, as for the meabs for conveyance/ it is not a barren ^ilder-v ness that separates lour land of promise, from pur house of bondage, but the ocean— -. an ocean in which we aie ever at home— an ocean 'which we call our own, and justly, for no- nation can traverse it more freely and safely than we do-— an ocean filled with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

To SSia Sxcslloncy Sir Charles Augustus 2'ifcz ELoy,- ELnigftt Com panion p? tho Eioyal Hanoverian SSuelpl&ic Order, Captain General and Grotrernor ia Giiicf of the Territory of Blew South 'Wlales and its 33-epen£encle3, and Vice Admiral of .the same &.c. «!*.». ^/ST^E, the undersigned Magis ?'.-?^rltrates, Settlers, and others ' Inhabitants ,6f the Bathurst and Wellington Districts, having read in the Sydney Morning Hsraldy a report of the proceedings at a public meeting held near the Cir cular Quay Sydney, on Monday of adopting certain resolutions SADDLERY AND HARNESS DEP0Ti condemnatory; of your Excel- NHXT D00R TO1 MR. UEAD'S INN, ; lenc/s Conduct as Governor Of Opposite the New Court House* tMs Colony, 'beg leave to express wilmau btrebt. to your Excellency our deep re- ? ~ gret and indignation that language Ttfijj j^JA M K E 1ST Y O N so coarse and insulting should Gg to n to hig m]meroUs patrons an(] tho have been applied tO yOUr.JliXCel- D inhabitants of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

30b. Reward, WHEREAS Charles Hodgett absconded from Colonel Verner^s Station at Mumble on the 10th inst., and took with him a light colorael dog, with rough hair,, short stumpy, tail arid about a year old, belonging to the Station, this is to give notice that a Reward of 30s. will be paid to any party upon giving1 such information as will lead to his apprehension. He is- an Englishman, a tailor by trade, is fair-haired and has small whis kers. Apply to '' ;- David Johnston, Glanmiie/ or to DoNAtD M'Kinnon, Mumble. I*lve Pounds Reward. STOLEN or Strayed from Crown Ridge Mud gee Road, in January last; a Roan mare, aged, short tail, stands about fourteen bands high 8 branded on one shoulder JB and on the other |2 Aiso, in April, a draught Horse, stands 15£ hinds, aged, b&ag tail, white stripe on nose brand «~r 0 on thanear shoulder. If strayed a reward of One Pound each will .be paid for their recovery, and if Stolen a reward of Fhro Pounds on convictionof the thief or tbityes;...

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A BATCH OF EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

A BATCH OF EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the New York Herald, May 13.) 7 The Chancellor, has twice postponed the reduction, before Parliament; of the new stamp duties bill,- in which, on its first in troduction, the Ministers were, so signally ueieaieu. , ...... The weakness of the present government appears to be daily growing more apparent. Sir Robert Peel is said to have i as stated by the last steamer, waited upon the Queen, and immediately, after upon, the Duke of Wellington^ l The * Time's attaches ho par ticular importance- to the event; T,he Herald and; other London: newspapers, however, say it is rumoured that Lord John- Russell would be raised to the .Upper House, and . thus make way for Sir James Graham in the Cabinet. . Also, that Lord Pal mereton will be succeeded by Lord Clarendon as Foreign Secretary,' and that Charles Wood ; will shortly vacate the, office of Chancellor. Mr. Labouchere has ; been iiiduced to withdraw, his bill relative ? to .the rnanage-. ment of the merchant...

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THE FRENCH PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

THE FRENCH PRESIDENT. On Easter. Monday the President met with an unexpected reception in Faubourg St. Antoine, as he returned from a military visit to the Chateau de Vincennes. The rosd to Vincennes. lies through the Fau bourg St. Antoine, and - an enormous crowa of the lower population of that tur bulent quarter of : Paris had naturally been collected by the general holiday,, by the brilliancy of the weather/and by a fair which is held on that day at the BarrieVe du Trone. Through this crowd the president, accompanied by General Hautpoul, in an open barouche, and escorted by about 30 dragoons made his way. In proceeding to' Vincennes his reception was favourable enough, but on his return a different scene awaited him. From St. Maride' to- the Place de la Bastile and the Rue St. Antoine, a dense assemblage was collected. No c^ies save that of 'Vive la Sociale !' were, to be heard, and the carriage of the presi dent was soon encompassed by a mass of scowling and unfriendly faces. Aa...

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Assize Intelligence. (Continued from our last,) TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

Assize Xntelllg-ence. (Continued from our last, J TUESDAY, AUG UST 20th. HORSE STEALING. John Reynolds, a half-caste, was indicted for stealing a ihorse, the property of Mr. 'John Cartwright, in April last. He pleaded not guilty, and was under ? fended. . , Prom the evidence of Messrs. Cartwriiht, giving, iNeville, and Harry, it appeared that; :the~prisoner who followed horse- breaking^ called, at Dwyer's public-house in April last, riding one horse and driving five. . He put them in the stock -yard where they remained all night. On the following morning, he sold one to Mr. King a storekeeper at Ca nowindra for £4. There was a mate amongst the number branded WP with a stripe down t! e face, and three white feet for. which he asked £6. He stated in an swer to. a question by Mr. Dwyer that he got the horses from Mr. Cartwright for breaking in horses. The prisoner sold two of the horses at Carcoar by public auction, one of ' which was purchased by Captain Read, of the Belubula Mine, an...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

Miscellaneous Extracts. Thb Sovereigns of Europe. — The General Gazette' of Leipsic shows that the number of European sovereigns, including the Emperor of Brazil, who belongs to a European dynasty,, arid exclusive of the semi-sovereigu Prince of Monaco, at present amounts to 4e, or whom o3 belong to lier many, and three are women. The eldest of these crowned heads is the- King of Hanover, who is 78 years of age. Of the others, seven are between' 60 and 70. four teen between 60 and 60, eight between 40 and 50, nine between 30 and 40, and five' between 20 and 30. Three have not yet attained their 20th year — viz,, the Emperor of Austria, the Queen of Spain, and the Prince of Waldeck (who is only 1.3.) The sovereign who has reigned longest is the Prince of Schaumburg Lippei who has been seated on his throne, s uch as.it is, for nearly sixty-three years ; he is the only one whose accession dates from, the last century. Three princes — the Duke of Parma, the King of Holland, and the King...

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

ESngliBh XnteHigrenee. ? {From the Melbourne Argus J ~ -\ ? ?The.J'rmcess Helena arrived yesterday, Lriiiga English news to the 24th April, but she T-as no regular mail, and excepting the debate in Parliament, given below, we ob serve scarcely any intelligence requiring to be chronicled; - - .^ .. .? ?,-... ,:w - The Australian Colonies Bill was further considered 'in committee of the House of Commons 1 9th and 22nd April, the Bill, as introduced by ; the Jtfinistiy, passing; clause '?? by clause on each occasion with \ large majorities.^ The second1 battle for ; doable chambers of Legislature was fought i ?ion- the 19th of April, immediately .after the ; \presentation by the Hon. F. Scott of ape- , titioa, From one hundred pf the Port Phillip squatters (one-fifth of the number being iriagiatrates,) praying thje extension of the elective franchise to the lessees of crown lands; ? We have not space for. the debate at length.'but the following summary, which we copy from the London Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

TO ADVERTISERS. SMITH'S , / ? ? ?? Saddle and Harness Manufactory^ ' The cost of Advertisements ,' w*lliam-street, bathubst. „*. 1^« *n\A TM-nmAno +r» +~\nc£v \n (Next door to the Queen's Arms, and exactly mUSt be paid preVlOUS tO their 111- v opposite the HaymarJcet.) ' J ' sertion. Advertisements will be ? received uktil six o'clock in the THOMAS SMITH, . ._.„;„„ ^c T?«;/IqV linf pannnf VtP TN returning his sincere acknowledgment* to his evening ot Friday, out cannot oe 1 numeroUg friena8-Jwd customers for the very Withdrawn after Twelve O OlOCk liberal .support, with, which they haye hitherto ST\,~»A^T A UWw.«l «llrt-ntriirtv»a favored him', begs to inform them that lie has' made On Tuesday. A liberal allowance considerable alterations and' improvements iii his Will be made tO parties desirOUS Of premises, :and MaXr~althougK he has not been ' to advertising for tnreeor six months. ffl|W5 ent4^anShS!S . , ? assortment of. the very best ?.materials, for- th? ' ; __ ... .11 -i i man...

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

CONTINENTAL NEWS; FUANCE. ?The awful calamity at Angers, where three hundred .soldiers were drowned by a sudden breaking down of a bridge,: stirred all France with':a'thrHl'of:GOJmpa88ion;;:Th'e'' President hastened to Angers, visited the bedsides of the Buttering suryivprsjana^at tende«|t-the funeral of the dead, yhe Minis-' ter of fWar-;at the request of many mem bers of the- Asaerably, proposed the grantof 150,000 francs for the. relief of-the. bereaved; families.',' ..'?'.-. / .-.'.- ? ; . .?:.:?. (??''-?'? '-?-; ':--';; Paris, Aprii* 26.; v. k^— The Moniteur} p;ubliBhes,;;a; decree of the PreBident;6f the; Republic, reducing the jsipeditionwy-force in Italy ' to one division, bpoimanded ;by . General Geroau, Gfioeral Bar»guay D'Hil Hers wasfautborisedto returtfrtaFranc^and resume hia^eat iolthl^atioiiariissetQbly. Other changes among the Generals of divi sions-are announced, :-:?-;; rr^ f ?:—::— . A grant of 150,000 francs for the suffer ers at Angers was unanimously agreed to ...

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Civil Side. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. FOX V. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

Civil Side. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. FOX V. 'WILSON. ? J.ury.— Mr. W. B. Ranken, Mr. Samuel Smith, Mr. William Lee Sen., Air. Robert Smith. Counsel for the Plaintiff, the Solicitor General with Mr. Holroyd— for the Defen dant, Mr. Purefoy. Attorneys for the Plaintiff, Messsrs. Home and Wadeson— for the Defendant, Mr. M'lntosh. Damages £500 Plea — General Issue. This was an action for defamation of character brought by the plaintiff to obtain damages to the above amount as compen sation for injuries sustained by the plaintiff. K-. The Solicitor-General having stated the case for the prosecution, concluded by an offar to stay proceedings if the defendant would agree to pay the costs and offer a suitable apology. These conditions Mr. Purefoy on the part of his client, refused to comply with. The Solicitor-General proceeded with the case, and called ' Phillip Slott of Carcoar, who deposed that he knew both plaintiff and defendant. In July 1849, he was desired by the plaintiff, when on h«s -wa...

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MR. PUNCH ON NATIONAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

MR. PUNCH ON NATIONAL SCHOOLS. Dobs the learning of algebra lead to a dis belief in the gospels? Does a knowledge of mechanics cause a man to doubt in the miracles? What else do young men learn at Cambridge, but algebra and mechanics ? It is a blasuhemv aeainst tbe truth to say that' its consequences- are lies and evil ; and he doubts it, and is a coward regarding it, who fears dangers to it from too close pub lic investigation. ' We won't look at truth, now a days, as travellers dp at Romish relics, across a railing, or through a glazed hole, with a. verger at their sides canting' out his account of the wonder. That soft of guardianship is good for the 'crowns of the three kings, or the bones of the eleven thou sand virgins, but not for the truth. It be longs to all ; its book is always open and ready for every .man's eyes. ; It; is set up in the public place nowi arid does not sneak in sanctuaries to be ;:exhiWted-:;occasionallyi..by the prieft, and locked '.up.- .at night -by the...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 31 August 1850

;2aocal Xnteillig-ence. MaEHWAT HLoBBEax.— On Triilay tho 23rd in stteati ins 23:n.;an3 Mrs; IRi chard La.np, were return' atigffinoni ©.uy.ottg1 io Bathampton abaut 2 o'clock itn ttihe (auj'n tfhey -were stopped 'by two armed mm, :iniilimouniecl,;aTjaut;15 itriiliiseast of Guyong1 on the \5ridHini'iloairoafl,i«ilio ior3ered them o.T the road mitD tfhe iluis'li^ wihere they cobbed them of nearly ttwo jpairaSs iin silver, two Silver watches, guards, &c^.-a ((lescwptiinn «of which will be found in our iaa,rarfizingiEdlumns. 'One of the men was dis {g'vu'iHoibil.m-ylin, g Uiis -face and hn ir covered. He ap {pirtaiufl tto he ;a young1 man about 5 feet 9 inches i'm Ihevgihi. Tiheiothcr was an elderly man about. 45 tto 39 y-eais iof rage, ihas rather large teeth, hU face .ajpjntanea isiin-lburnt sind wcather-briitcn ; he IheiiB.almutJliffeetsB.or 7 iinches In height. T!i?v wrote Ibofli jpwv!ifle3 '.with iliorse pistols anil hatl rugi SlirapjiBaiini&ontiof rtiheir saddles....

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

{?SHEEREST MfflEiSEIlffi. ((GwmsefezS/fimu BM'js HigjbHiv. &y8.txe}pfr Wnsxaa, — & seaiJtnBsmll im dtenranfl att #s. tto #s. ^dl-pjujrliuKindl. Ermiir,r-€antfmins; sltenlly,, antS iis (gntttefl .Ttttfhs rn\\l\$ s&JeXG) Dflk.nwir aim fiart&ns,, amflJJB Mis. finrseconrdte. Slaiza^t — Shu; Skuti rcaf hsr sustinai, ainfl rnnw wairtfli ' 3su 6'dL tt» 3m. flQfl. nrar UndU-il. Mi^iMh Bkribw— Willl 3EdlijrE»lll-yiirg;ra3ll^atmfles. Gage Ektfl^1 — Ss ai littilw anme iin dlsmanil ffor E&y,r— TDIie nTjmUstte dhniiigr rth« \«mdfc lhavs lUesn vsny uacff-.aiuUjjraiBSBrosiiisaRilffiaini.;^ 1131a isa£& perrttnr* ButtfeK'— & wttrtlliSnnn lbs tto Us 2fl{per jpminS Cltes^j— im dfanmndl;; ap&& snvrnjllEs \wxnil2 sM. for sm'pjnBHC att 4dl to fflwrJl. jpnr Jlii. Hkcom amU Himrai. — ^as. svnmib mSiaaX -StlL. rper llii.,-; tIlffi3ujjgiJj'gjnidL E^Sis-T&BwaEiiLT^dl. toSJL gmrtfluzen. TailtawcontibaiBjEim^BTilIiSsffinnil ffur ^ii...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

' WVEBedBatimvxm WaBbtm&m- The Bkanruis -nFT!k.'£K£zax&.r-- S. msaMl .off iili's great victai^M3£Pgiibrim«et»tlueaHtram;Biiil3Dffatsil to)its5oetmc:-xHinnatB23!i,i!Einuwttffiinj:(KSiiliUell sec NovrSff Slew Ehmii fflfcaelt. Hi camniate off Mistv fivsJinodeiffioE 'v^sselb mamireii anD aqjujigmU mnfl placed! imo»Terag'Battfe. TlfiEtimB? cJhu^ai iis ttwo- Houra; after dies canflictt liadl Hj^uu^ avail liuilf an Eour after Hel'som waffi nviuiDfiail. TDliegtaaUiun -rif tfie slugs: andi tins irnubni^ rsi^css^xaisBUmris litsan arrangiedl fiatm utrfbuBtfedl auUimdUffi^.amS umBex tHesugerintenrdenceoffai mcall aflfiBorolf Iiii^bss putei. rtiffscUKibuffiamE ihgBiribuiBisanira mTtiiiE great event,, amli dbuiidbsss willl jjuawffi HigUily im ferestihgj, nofeon% tip mtv-sH rmHi\,BxittttDaill wlhDtilo sire to Have w. visiBBs illucti-atShm ati sl gssstt Hiiatruii cali event. TUiffi latiuuir Besjiuv^Il iqjam ibtihuslb-ani intense^, andi tlic& sgi'ciit off adhrihrdiim uff ttii...

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