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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB. 12 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

KILMORE BOROUGH COUJNCIL. Mo2nDr, FEB. 12 Present:-The Mayor and Crs. T:: Hudson, Harris, Thosias, Sugden, )o:??. Dobinson, and Fj'nn. The minutes of the previous meetin??i read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was ri:: consider d.: From Cr. 1. P'. Harris requesting .::: absent himself from his duties as a C'o:: lor for a week or two: Cr. Taylor moved that leave be Mgral Seconded by Cr. Thomas. Carried. The Mayor read a copy of testiitiui l'I to be presented to Mr W?.. K. '?coi:. Inspector of police in the district. Cr. Thomas moved that the testi"fl: adopted. Seconded by Cr. Taylor and carriek mously. A report from the Surveyor rel:d?' P. Ryan's contract on the 1)ry Cree? * was, On the motion of the M~avor Cr. Fynn, referred to the Public Committee. Cr. Sugden asked why it was that t!' tractor had not signed the scciti. plan; and said that it was a looset· p" on the part of the officer. The contractor was present and i~: documents. On an order of the day to take i:: siderat...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

CANADA. The apprehension of Fenian invasion have' subsided, but .the Oranugemen and Catholics are arming. The Catholics have withdrawn from the , oluuter force.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 8. (Before the Resident Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

KILMOBE POLICE COURT. *-4---- , Thursday, rebruarv S: (Before the Resident Magistrate.) John Kelly -on a -charge of having ?, lawful visible means of support, was sent i.t gaol for 11 days.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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(PER GREVILLE AND BIRD.) LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. PARIS, DEC. 28 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

-(PER GREVILLE A\D BIRD).) LATEST SPEOIAL TELEGR&U. PARIS, Dzc. 2s The Moniteur of this mon;rag announces the with drawal of Frar c; from tLe extradition treaty with Eagland, LONDON, JX. 6. A treaty of commerlo between Enghnd a d Austria so ishing all differential duties will shortly be rati. fled. A telegram, per the Indo-European line, dated I:. cember 27, from London, states that Sir Roderic" Murchison, F.RS., F. G. S.., &e., has been neeeda baronet. American news to the 16th inst.:--Tho Congreis. i,nal sympa!hy for Juarez has resulted in the Frecih ambassador sending home for instructions ; and it i+ rumoured that the French ambaseador will len Washington if America, appoints a Minister to thi Jusrez pa ty in Mexico. The Now York Chamber of Commerce has recom. n~ended the holding of cotton-growing' conventjir to devise means and take steps to raise cotton crop, next year equal to the crops preceding the war. LONDON, DEC. 29. Two regiments of infantry troops have ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. Olirlbal o NEW GOODS, AT HRE DUBLIN & MANDCIESTER WARE 11OUSE, SYDNEY & MITCHELL 1EBEETI, .ILMORE &2 a 21'11"qill I - a AND CO. TAESi this oprortu1ity of intorming the fas:d aet of K. 1.re end its vicinity that lI ey are now OPEsIivt UP A OCOICE LO OF SPRING GOODS Which will be OFFERED AT LOW FRICES to suit the timer. The STOCK of OALICOES rnd ALL-COTTON OODi i:or: or. In l3 tlh be SOLI) it FULLY 25 'Ei CENV,. BELOW ,PilCki a few moLt, b,:k. An fearl ispectfi3 frUom intendirg Furchaeers is olit?;ld. H. . IAIIRIS & CO. *crctaant, Kilmore. TEI UO3T COSB1'ANI' FRI.END, IIOLLOWAI'S OINTHENT. POSSESSED of thie rasaiy every meta is his crt . Family Phyai3ian. If his wile or clildren are troubed with eruption of the skin, scre% ,si::ourr, white swellings, sor: throas, eatrnam, '- say othir 'xitercns ailmc:t, A piereverinc use of te Ointmn'nt is all that is LcO..ryv to "'dz2 : a: ' coax. 6 is ltmraluable to tIhre pZ .uitin 2 f tha,',r.li te. c...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED RAPE AGAINST A DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

CKARGE OF ATTEITiED tRAPE " - AGAINST A DOCTOI Mr. Nash. a medical practitioneer, resid ingat Wood 's Point, was charged at the lo atl Police Court on Tuesdav last, hbefore Mr. Akehurt. P M., with. on the 17th J.anu-., aau?t-._ E. Elizab~th Lt..Lu erg with intent to .)rnaiit a rape upon her. Mr. W. % `:I. e".'aried for the prosecutrix and r'. H. :,f.-,Aey w the dedfeuant. . ;.,, in o ;etin "he case, read a -ýte an.d a lct:er from Dr. Nash to Mfr. :::-rg he frdt-named asking him to c.:i aad have some conversation, the second exoressiJg surpri-e that his request had not 9c€n com.plied with, and stating the writer's Lellef that asither Mr. nor Mrs. Naunberg would say or do anything detrimental to b,-. The Iet:rer went on to say that they had got sulky without cause, and miscon ttrc:d hi' larkiag into something serious, and stated that the writer would regret any estrangement, as there were no people in the place for whom he had a greater respect. The writer alluded to the circulation o...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

ARRVlYAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS' AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. Offl: ca. Arrival I DIpar. ure. Melbourne "I Dill}h at 730 CampbellfieldF Daily at4 p:nmi.;& n.. (Sund-.s Somerton . .at9p.m. (Sunays excepted) Lt. Donnybrook txcepted) tcre eer.t to :'on WdhianWallanJ paymen,t of;ato fee-6 i Beeohworth j -Tar?awi.gre Ohilteru Indigo Wathgunyah Rutherglcn Bdvoir . arnaw arha Albury Wangaratta . Winton Daily at 2 e.m'. Dedly at 3 4. .mt Benalla Mondays excepted Sundayexceptel Violet Town Euroa Long? aod ver.el Seymour Tilleroc k Broadford King Parrot Jamieeon ) llealthcote " Pyalong I Tues., Thura, and Sfon., Wed., and Ret dy Crcck ! Sa:., at I p.m. Fri., at noon. Yea ) SWood's Point T Tue., Thurs., and rWon, Wer., and Matlock ) Sat., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3 45 p.m. Tuta.,Ttaure., anid nes, Thurs., & Lancefield . Sat., at 330 p m. Sat.. at 4 15 p.i The receiving boxes are cleared doily (Sund.ro e; cepttd) at 7 30 p.m., asd Mr Barfoot's box 330 Money orera are issued daily (Sunda...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. V ' ti :h A correspondent, writing Tfrom the Ja- c; nieson states: "There has been a rush here ately to the River Howqua, but it is a com )lett failure. There is not the color of gold b retting there at present, and-it:is-msnpposed ihat it has never been got there." NA'annow ESCAPE FP.oM A N?iAEi BITE.- i )n Saturday last as Mr. Patrick Mulcahy of ;he High Camv Plain, Pyalong, was removing ,ome bags of oats in a barn adjoining his re- I uidence, he met with rather a startliug sur- I )rise on lifting up a bag by finding ? snake if rather large dimensions coiled.underueath, 1 snd which he touched with his hand. M1r. I 1'ulcahv, though feeling rather. frightened, lid not loose his presence of mind, but pur mued the reptile, which rapidly crawled away, and managed to put it to death. On being ueasured the snake was found to be five feet 1 two inches in length and wits of the black species. It have been brought under our 'notice that the Mining biurveyor for. the Dist...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, DEC. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

ARRIVAL OF TIIE. ENGLISH MAIL GENERAL SUMIMARY. em Ifu bnir LONDON, DEC. 26. 1 The Australian October mails arrived in i/ London on the 15th and 22nd December. -1 Parliament meets on the 5th Fabruary. rut The Queen is to preside s: ith unusual cere- W' 'mon y. The robes of state, instead of being Ju worn, are to be laid on the throne, and the speech will be read by the Lord Chancel- .me lor. to The hetrothal of the Princess Helena to nee the brother of the Duke of Augustenburg has been sanctioned by the Queen. .Coulrt receptions have been held by the do Prince and Princess of Wales. The Ki ng of the Belgians died on the 10th of December. His son, Leopold II., now 'to reigns. Great changes in the ministry and general 16 policy are anticipated, causing much specu- i lation and alarm. The leading journals continue to depre cate the late action of Sir Charles Darling and his advisers, as mostunconstitutional. Sir John Romilly, master of the Rolls,. f' and Sir Francis Baring, have been r...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

AoGI1 iro 101el 'IE UIjiL" Assa f vot 1/ w ---U- MUM" iLU g0?oDON)0 A GOTCH, of Oollia e tweet Me lbora4, waebeen aeppointed Age. to Journal. jiaILMORE FREi PROS PUBLISHED E?ERY THURSDAY MORUIN AT gSDE;EY I1T1E, MILMOI. Es terms for ad@tie; i the m Atm I Pra are u under t rW0 SaILLIlS AND SIXPI NCI IbM INCH. Sridoctica ef ten per tat will be made for d.tmnents orderea for one nonth ; tweny per ,t or two:moatbh; and thirty-three per lct for Fre wrath :-beiond which time a peoal arrange acrt be made. hbe terms of ubAeriSPtion tohe liberew ~ewr 6 be 6d per quarter in town, and s id ifpeaed Iheeen?try. rf. U _iE, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, .a I?lly's Btel, Lilmore, for four years Resident Sergfon to the Cointy Hoepital of Kent, iYOTED TO SYDNEY S?REkT, ZTin oos TO orYAL OnA SorT. APOTHECARIES HALL, DNIT ATEREIS, ]ILMORY, mae mos > To UOTA o safn.. IHE aderignad beg to inform the inhabiterts of Ilanre and reiblur~.ood that MR. STILLMAN lwa in ATIENDANCE ?t the above prermute, ,he y...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE HOSPITAL MEETING. Tuesday, Feb. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

KILMIORE HOSPITAL MEBETING. Tuesday., Feb. 13. Present :---Mers Taylor (president), Bos ru-e Iliayes, Fynn, and afterwards Messrs Trescr and Vanhkems. The miinutes of previous meeting were .'4 and confirmed. A ktter was read from the House Sur ;? rtn, requesting an increase of salary. O( the motion of Mr Woodward, seconded , I. Mr. BIcence, it was left over until next . report ±rom the house Surgeon was .1r. Woodward moved that the House Surgeon be written to requesting him to fill ertrau rturnas. Seconded b Mr. Fvnn and carried. On the motion of 3Mr. Haves, seconded by Mr. Woodward, the following accounts were paed for payment: £ s. d. Harris and Co .......... 14 1 2 " Free Press" . ...... 3 4 4 Bo?-ece .............. 6 15 0. Mrs. Murphy ............ 1 5 0 LStimson .......... . 010 0 Mrs Howard ........ 0.13 4 Wiesel ................ 5 0 0 'TENDEU5. For Printing Report. E. Woodward...... £3 19s T. Hunt............£5 Os On the motion of Mr. Fvnn, seconded by Bos?enee. Mr. Wotwar~l' ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TESTIMONIAL TO WILLIAM KEGWIN NICOLAS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

-sImIONSIAI' TO WILLIAM KEG WINS SNCOLAS, ESQ. ThL following is a copy of the testimnomal -..Mt to b'e ,-esentecd, by the Borough -"-i. to W. K Nicolas, Esq., late In. tr of Pt ice for this district : ir,-W-- e, the Mayor, Councillors, and Barge?-es of the Borough of Kilmcore, have t ari with deep regret that it is your inten tk. , leave our district. -Pefere parting with you we beg to assure T fa cfour personal esteem of the high opin ,n ,e entertain of your h'aracter, as a pri ,rat tiueman and publie officer, and of our ,rr.' tat the to?n and district should be ,-ived of your valuable services. -While regretting your departure we most h±?tily congratulate you upon your appoint meat to the important charge which you have been ealled upon to occupy, and considerit a jL4 tribute to your offcial fitns for the i l?-? -:n- wishes fur tour continuedi .iv- ement, we are, sir, on behalf of the 3T.or. Coun idlors and Burgesses of the Jnd, ,,f Kilmore, ... "iZ Antr-s, Mayor, "J!ons FLYrss, T...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. MINING BOARD ELECTION. I HEREBY give notice that I am a candidats for a seat in the Sandhurst Mining Board, for the Kilmore Division of the Sandhurst District. MICHAEL LEEDS. Sandhurst, 7th Feb., 1866. SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. SEPARATE tenders will be received until 11 o'clock am of Tuesday, 6th March next, for   the following works : Supplying and spreading of about 75 cnio yards of metal for approiches of Stony Creek bridge. Suppling.an'd spreading of about 60 cubic }ards of gravel for embankment atJJuhn Calliu's Cleiong, cutting, embarking, forming, and metal iiug of 20 chains 50 links of roadway, -ed the con atructicn of o.e culvert on the road fL o Mangalore to Arenel. Plans and Specifications at this bofice. Tenders to be marked as '' Tender for - " Any tender not necessirily accepted. (By order) T, HOWARD, Clerk. Seymour RSt Board ofcCler. Leymour, 7th Feb, 1866. FOR. SALE. 7OR3 SALE cheap, a horse, tilbury and hsarnms I together or separate'y. The hor...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRAiTION AND LOSS OF LIFE. It is this week our painful duty to have to record the particulars of as fearful a catas. trophe in the shape of fire as ever has taken place in Victoria, and by which a large wooden building and a fine little boy about six years of age were burnt to cinder. On Tuesday morning last about one o'clock the cry of "Fire" was heard in the New Town. ship, and on our reporter proceeding in that direction he soon became cognisant that the flames were issuing from the Australian Arms hotel, the property of Mr. Philip Corbov, which at the time-a few minutes after the alarm was given-was a heap of fire. From the rapidity with which the flamess spread through the building it is only to be wondered at that the inmates --all of whom were in bed-had time to escape. and as it was one little boy lost his life. Tha fire seems to have originated in the south und of the building, and was fist discovered   by ta young m:in named Bourke, who was s...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 February 1866

AMERICA. The thirty-ninth- meeting of Congress opened on the 4th of December. The Presi- dent's message states that.the reconstruction of the Union must be effected by the North forgetting past disorders, and the Souther- ners adopting the constitutional amendment abolishing slavery for ever. Treasonable charges are to be tried in the civil courts, and judicially settled. No state can secede from the Union. The army is to be reduced to 50,000 men. The army estimates show a reduction from 516,000,000 dollars to 33,000,000 dol. currency. The debt is to be reduced, and a plan devised to pay it off in thirty years. Peace and amity are desired with all foreign nations. The claims against England for compensation for the depreda- tions of the Alabama, Shenandoah &c., are not primarily for money, but to establish im- portant principles of international law. The   above message is pacific in tone, and created a good feeling between North and South, especially affecting ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE FENIAN GOVERNMENT IN OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866

THE FENIAN GOVERNMENT IN OPERATION. trG ITE sW YToRK HERALD.] We publish to-day a description of the temporary Capitol of the Fenians in this city.and also an account of the Fenian gov ernment a? organii'ed and it operation. It i will be seen that the Fenian oDicials are thoroughly- it work in thie various depiart. metirs; and that t thir s--Le,. of government is r!o'dlied after that of the Unite', &tatei. I a m.tter of tat, it may be statJed th:at tl e c.rganiztion is as formnid.ble and the business as Itioroughly systematized as w.as the provi sional go:cernent of the late confederacy when first organized in Montgomery, Alabama Instead of beiing the contemptible affair the London Times would =ake Fenianaism appear to be, we learn from our European ccrrcs I pondence that the English government has become alarimedat its ,pr.,groes in this country and in Canada, and has directed its Ainmassa dor at Washington to apip~ to our govern ment to interfere and suppress the Order. W ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, FEB. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866

SOUTHI A13STJRALIA. ADELAIDE, FEB. 17. A grain peculaf4r i3 in the markct buying up all Adelide wheat that he can see-re au 1 ;s ad.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Feb. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ---4>---. Tuesday, Feb. 20. (From hle argu») In the Lt gijti-F Council on TIes'ay, Mr 8trmcban niored for a return of tLe weighta of te and uolsr, and of cold, on ?hic! duty had been paid amontliy 'u ing ]ESM, *Lizi was ordered Mr Hull m'nd fir a return showing the r uoner o' eppliatiun for l.es9 of owa~ns fur the purpope o' ecluamimn, aid tie number of anreL appli d for, wl i It was ordt r:d Mr Fellows isoTed the ado*'ien of the reprt hbrug';t up by the a:l.ct co'mit:ee i reply to the Gr ernmra' address . Mr M.ler tmr.rd as an tn.endneunt to the reply now ouade cooniieration one of a more loyal aLd du'iful claac'er, .l i*h be read. Aft r s e obtsrvatiox frno otl (erbon. member,, the motion was put and cairied by . vrn etn t setven, and tLe Cuncila ajoun d to udrrday nutt

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE TWENTY-ACRE LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866

THE TWENTY-ACRE LICENCES. - 4~----- .New regulations respecting the issue of licenses entitling the holders to reside on or to cultivte lands adjacent to the goldfields not exceeding in extent twenty acres, are publishea in Tuesdiv's Gazette. They pro vide that an intending applicant shall fix in the ground, at a depth not less than eighteen inches, a post painted white, Sin square and 3ft. high from the surface ot the ground, at as nearly as possible east ot the angles of the land he desire. to occupy, and shall forth with employ a (Jovernment contract sur vevor for the districr to survey and mark out the land ; the surveyor, besides fixing the posts, must also, from the foot of each post cut trenches in the ground three feet long, to indicate the direction of the lines which would intersect it it such post. No tice of the application for the license must be affixed at one of thesec corner posts, and mrust be published in a local paper describing t'e situation of the land, the n:un...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866

LEGISLATIVE ASSEM~BLY. Tuesday, February 20. I t the L?ieltive Aasemb'y o I r1'neday, A g, rat varty of nrtices of motion and queslions were g rep, In r p'y to Mr VJle, M Bigintothamn said he hboold bring ina b:ll to amend the law of partnership, if the arralgemen:a o: the acion Fermattred Mr Vercot intimated that he would make his 1 ,ancisl it tement to day After tome discussion on a motion of Mr Long. m are with regard to t!he leasing of swamps, Mr Lugton moved for a retarn f the duties col lctedt du ing 1805, under the abor ive tariff, on va. rious dtscrip'iois of so t goods. 1% was desirable that the lhouce ibould possela all o,si'le informatiun on t e dlbhject After a deal of ciszuasion, the motion was n ,gaired b) 35 to 9 Mr Whiteman moved for copies of all ecrrespon drl.e". jith the Board of Land and Works rla'ti.e to i te Mer-y steet rad.ay rulvert; and recounted the ei euanst nr.s which eave rise to his motion o.n. dinnnirg the plan tauceioned by the Board of Lind and Works...

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