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THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Sydney, January 15, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. To the Editbr of the Auslralnzian Chronicle. Sydney, January 15, 1540. Tho editor of tlhe Herald of this tiny askas for in formation as to the appropristion of the funds received by tile above association.: let him look oln the files of his own ahuaive traish, pairticularly the sums paid to him. better than £120 for advertie,. men's, since 18:34, waherrin the acc?is ,ts of" the Patriotic Assoctation appear Dr anti Cr , as clear as n.on loay. froit that date to 1838, not only in that vile production, biut every othelr public journal in the colony ; the cost togeth! r with phioting to better than £1100; and 'sitl re-pret to the £5011 rreasury Bill, now in couirec of paymeni, why liid he keep balk the letller o 1). C. U MiDller to the president. Sir John Janlison, Kr , gM. C., &e. &c., that vwould inf..rmn bir and his readers that the 'entlln tittec iae not been idle since it failed to obtain sntisfalcorv infornlation irtn their late secretary...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Arithmetic. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

£.rithmetic. To the Editor of the Austroalasian Chroicl!e. Sin,-.'Te Editrr of the Gazelle is detenrined to prove the dange.r of etendllltg Itoe elective Iran clhise to himil and his rr.?dero, by shewirnig tl.)t both he and they are tlotlly ignorant of the .imftplest rules of Arthmlltic. I sntlppo?e you r ntetlnter the wontderful ariltmetieal prtblem I cp-rit for tso 0Ion1 thI:t journail ttlie t111e Rao. W. 1,. the ihlne:t and siniple Editor lhas admtitted into ilts 14st Itunier alnstwr Ito thait Ipte.lti frllin IthIreL' eor. rt spYIoiLndr, all of ishtclth i e dltlerenr, nId r olne 0cae, to ti ino?tintt of more than ft£3(t0. ).u! Mr Editor, do. rtqrrnt of IlIs Excellet c to Iscup the copies of the (c.actle destined fur Englandi a, Ith Post-ofice, othltr\lise, it it coetrs to be k u.uitl it: thle 3ritilh P)rliament that we are in so -:rllorvble a state ,of ignorance, it is imlposible ltht the blests ings of represelnltation cuo fur Iluly it dy be con coded to us. Youts, DISCIPULUS.

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To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. M'Donald River, Jan. 11, 1810. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

To the Editor of 1te Australasian Chonicle. i?'Donald River, Jin. I, 1810. Stn,-Having assistrd at the laying of thel fOun. dartion sione of at RIoman Catholia Chulrch, near the Junction of the M'NIonaltl River, with Ith Ilawkshury, and having seen nothing more about that very interesting ceremony in your excellent Chron;cle, [Our conrepon.Ient will now have seen somethling in our last nulber.-Eo ] I feel it my duty to slate, that the itipression made by the Right ltev. Dr. Polding, upon the minds of the people on that solemn occasion, has been felt and observed since, and will for a long time. Our Venerated Pastor, the Rev. Air. Brady, was pleased to congratulate us, seeing the happy eff'eects of his Lordship's visit amongst ust, in effect, the holy line of Clhristmas and the New Year, was spent in a Christian-like manner, and the people are happy in tile allny blessings they have received. The generosity and liberality which MIr. John Watson has displayed on that occasion will be ...

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To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

To the Editor of the Auslralasian Chronicle. " \e agree with our contemporary the Colonist, that the writers int the Chronicle are tten of prejudice and pique, and take a jaundiced view ot the questi,.n"- Vide Monitor of this (lay* Srn,-These two mmtaculate editotrs,o recently libelling and persrcuting each other, are of tihe milk.aud-wnter, hot.nd.cold oaslibre. The editor ot the Mlonitor, of sixteen years' standtig, ought to recollect the many slaitdering lectures he hais tamely swnllowtel fAtou Lang,. Bill, and even the very doubtful apology for sullch langltuge frotll the preseut editor of the Colonist can never arcc.rd with feelings of honour or probity. I have not time to enter upon the matter, brinlging the two fallen stars together; I may allude to it hereafter -I have other game itl view. 'File said Monitor, after many years liberal sup port front tlhe ntlllrmerols, reopcttthle, and illll s trious body of Romta? Catholics, who bad ducing that period placed the miost implici...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

The Queen of thie Belgions and suite, the Princess Victoiro of Sato Coburg, Prince Augustus, and Prince Leopold of Saxoe Coburg, attended divine scrrice this morning in the Catholic Chapel at Spittal. At half-past four o'clock this afternoon, her Majesty came on the oast terrace of the Castle, and for some prome naded on that portion of the terrace im mediately beneath the windows of the Castle, the King and Queen of the Bo1 gians walking by the side of her Majesty, while slightly in advance of the royal party, on either side, were the Earl of Fingal, lord-in-waiting, and the Earl of Surrey, treasurer of the household. The band of the 2.1 Life Guards, and the band of the 45th Foot, who were stationed in the garden enclosed within the terrace, played " God save the Queen" as her Majesty descended from the castle. The Duchess of Kent, accompanied by the Duke Ferdinand and the Princess Vic toire of Saxe Coburg, Prince Augustus, Prince Leopold of Saxo Coburg, and Viscount Palmerston, sh...

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ADDRESS OF MR. O'CONNELL TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

ADDRESS OF VMR. O' CONNELL TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. We have great satisfaction in contmt:i: nieating to the ptublic of this or uct-y 1 the foll'dving admirable tthiress it;om ... r. O'Connell to the people of tngilait l. prefixed to a pamphlet con?iuitiong n report of the great Catholic I?" oti": tof .July last, uad a reprint of '.ir. ()'(on niell's letters to the 1V'Ceskr. va -thi- l accond of which we sI,,.ll gic i ii oior i;, \ number : 'tO TIlE PEoPLt? OF ENGI .\AND. I beg leave respectfully to dedic;ito to the people of England Iho following report of the first great mccti:c g of Eni:; lish Catholics that has tko:n 1::.+ c si:'." the grant of that crtlulizxati,rin oi cit i rights, which is generally cath d c:n :::ii ;pation. The mteeting wail Ihi.l upon the all-important subject of o0:tlct ttln. I i0 not think I am guilty of the lh:,st mtis ropresentation,, whe is . : ':.t :.;s re - ing was distingui:letd by i?: t ...? ,biet'd and charitable scuthi:i c 3,1 tf: 1 . ::.: ,t t s,...

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Sydney Market. January 16, 1810. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

'pabe1? f1iflavtIt, nanuarU 1(i, 1810. Fs.eua.-Fino, 36s, to dOs.; seconds, 30s. to 35s.; ration, 18,. to 26s. Bread, 7d. to 8d. per 21b. loaf. Wheat, Colonial, I s. Gd. to 13s. per bushel. Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Gd. Malizu, per bushel, 8s. to 8s. 6d. Barley, per ditto, Gs to Us.; Oats, per bushel, 8s. to 9s. Fitult-Oranges, 3s. Gd. per dozen ; lemons, Is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen; apricots, is to 2s. Gd. per dozen Peaches Is. to 3s. per dozen ; figs 2s. Gd. to 3s. per dozen ; apples, is. 3d. to 3s. per dozen; grapes, 2s. per lb.; cherries, 3s. to des. per lb..; plums, Is. Gd. to 2s. per dozen. VsaoernLes. - Potatoes, 1Gs. to II. per cwt.; cabbages, 2d. to Is. each ; carrots, 4d. per bunch: turnips, 4d. per bunch; lettuces 2d Cucumbers, 2d. to 1I. each. PouLTrtv.-'Turkeys, :5s to II. cach; eggs 2s. Gd to Is. per dozen; lard, Is. 3d. per lb. ; bacon, is. to Is. 4d.ditto. BurTRR- Fresh 3s.; salt 2s. Irish Is. to Is. 4d. per ditto; cheese Is. to Is. 8d. per lb. BUTCndEs's M1EAT.-llee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

For London. TME fin fast-sail Sing Ship MEDWAY, 450 tons register, possessing superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries in - experienced Surgeon. The -tlhedwns will sail on the 31st instant. For Freight or Pas sage, apply to Capt. Griffin, on board; or, to I-IUGIIES & IIOSKING. Albion Wharf. Jan. 8, 1810. 763 For the Bay of Islands, AND T HE fine fast-sail ing Brig NIM1OD, will be dispatched for the above ports, Noew Zealand, on the Ist proximo. For Freight or Passage, apply to Mr. Join DAi.I.v, near Queen's Wharf, or to Ow Vx Davis, Commander, on board. The Nimrod cannlot be excelled in accommodation for Passen gers, and is well known in the trade between Syd nay and New Zealand. Jan. 6, 1810. 762 For Batavia. T HE French ship LE SUCRIER, possessing superior accommnuodations for L Passengers, will Sail for Ba tavia Iositively in eight days from thiJ vea. For Freight or P'assage, apply to JOUBERIT & MURPIIY, Maicquaric-place. Sydney, Jan. 13, 184o0. 700 For...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

New Zealand. On Wedocnesday last, a large and reepecltale M.eeting was held in the Royal Hotel, in order it. receive the Report of the Cummittee whliph hlad been appointer. to walit on Captaill Hobson, con ceronig the affaire of New Z0"alatnd At about half, past three, I)r. Martin took tile Chair, and pro. creded to explain to the Meeting the purpose fof whlicmh they were called together. lIe spoke. at sonie length oil tlhe kind anI atltentive mannlller in slwhich Captain Ho-bson hall received lie depltation. and the anxiety lie displa)ed to aifford thlem every informulion colcernihng tile imnportanit affiairs aboiut whichl they had waited on Ilitm. Mr. Clarke, secretary to tile committee, then prooeetded to address the rmeelting, ad counlunia. cared to it tile nature of tile conlverslliiion that had been iehl with Csitain hlubsori. One of the mrst pIarticular enquilieatue) had Inlade was, whethelr it was tie inltentionl of the governmlllent to emnlbtne witsint their donlminioU thie...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

Van Diemen's Land. (From the AnDVETISERn, 3d January.) HOBART TOWN MARKETS, JAN. 3s. The very dull state of the market during the past week is without a precedent, but one small lot of wheat being offercd for sale, which realized 35s. per bushel. A few bushels have come to market subse quently, for which £2, it is said, is demanded. Of course this unexampled high price of grain has created a consi derable stagnation in every other-com modity. LAUNCESTON MARKETS.--Wheat 13s. to ills., oats Gs. 6d. to 7s., flour 45s., beef 9d., mutton 7d., veal 9d., pork 8aid. lamb 5s. to 5s. Gdl. per quarter. 'TulI WEATHER.-Du)ring the last week the weather has been most oppres sively hot, particularly on New Year's Day, and this morning. A genial shower now falling, however, is a seasonable relief, and promises a cooler atmosphere. FLoUR.-Wo understand that advices have been received from Launceston of the intended shipment of a quantity of flour from that port for this market ; the consignees, we h...

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News and Humours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

'rlts abt iEumoetrs of th Dal. Will it he believed, that. lnot with lsthairndin siveral cimIpositior harve recently arrived frorim Elirland, am snore are dily expected. Mr. Stokes, the Printer of the Sydney Herald, Irhs advertised for ini less than twenty compnIpsitors, at £3 per week, and twelve apprentices ? It is said that some of thle men employed upon this Jouirnal, earn from £.4 to £,5 per week, bint we do not believe it, for tuir own enompositors who work several nights a week, seldorn exceed £3 IOs.--The choouner yacht Petrel has been sold by the late owner Tho'rmas Lordi, Esq., to P. DeMestre, Esq., for .2i50,.--Mr. S. Lyons, the Auctioneer, intends removing to hisB origi= nal establishment at the corner of George. steet and Charlotte Place, better known as the m:art. Mr. Brwrtcer, barrister at law, has been appointed Chairlnan or the Port Phlillip Quarter Sessions foir the ensuing year.-The Ariel vacht will be rafiled for on the 20th in= stant.-All sales effetced bsy the S...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

AIIIVALS. Jan. 15.-From Kingston, (Ireland), whence she sailed the 20th September, the ship Crusader, 650 tons, Captain luglis, with 283 Government Emigrants, under the superintendence ot J. Birt-   whistle, Esq., Surgeon; Mr. J. H. Brown, Assis tant Surgeon. IG.--From Ieith, via IHart 'ruwn. having left the former plco oil the 18th Autgust, and the latter on the 11th Jlanlnry, the burque Charloltt, ,133 tons, Captain Forrester, with mcrchandise. I'Pi songers-Mr. and iMrs. Thomlpson, Messrs. tlerrs, John, and Riobert T''urnbull, nsd Miss Isabella Auld; from Lcith-Mcssrs. Noble, WVecekes, and lJl'lutosh, 'Misses Noble, Cuttenden, an:d S. Noble, and 22 in the steerage. S1.--From London, the 2-1th August, the Jane .lainb, withl merchandise. DEIPAnTU1 ES. Jan. 1l.--For Newcastle, the barque l'avnerly, Captain M1organ, in ballast. Id.-Fur 13ombay, the ship Orestes, Captain Smith, in ballast. Passengers-1Vulliant Kerr, ]'sq., Lady, and Mr. Kerr, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Nockler, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

AUCTIONS. I(N Bales of Fine IVashed IVool. R111r. t. Lyons Will sell by Auction, on Monday next, the 20th lustant, at the stores of Messrs. Smith and Co. llarrington street, the sale positively to con smence at 10 o'clock, without dteserve, to clsau a Partuesship Concern, SIN L'I'Y-SIX Bales Washed S.H. N WOOL of FINt QUALITY, sorted and packed ready for shipping. Terms at toine of sale. 825 Prime '2'orkshiro Hams, EX " Dylade." Mr. i. Lyons sVill Sell by Auction, on MONDAY, 20th instant, at his Temporary Rooms, George street, at 11 o'clock precisely, F IV E Casks of Prinmo Yorkshire S.lauss. Terms at time of Sale. 828 Horse Cart and Harness. Mr. S. Eyons Will Sell by Public Auction, on SATUIIDAY Ibth instant, at hlis Tempourary Rooms, Guorge street, at eleven u'ctlock precisely, VERY Superior Cart Horse, which will draw from 2U to 25 cwt. Terms at time of Sale. 827 Shares in the Newo Sydney and Union Banks, Fire and Li'fe Assurance and General Steams Navigation Company. Mr. S. . Ly...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

We have had the honour of roceiving an intoresting letter from our late vone. ratod Governor, Sir Richard 3Bourkeo; we can happily assure our readers that he is in good heaonlth, and continues to take a heartfelt interest in the welfare of the colony.-4 ustralian. JUnt LsTr.-Tho magistrates com menced on Tuesday revising the Jury Lists, and they will continue sitting till they have con(luded their revision. We would recommend those parties who have just grounds to claim exemption from attending at the sessions, to lose no time in laying their case bef'oro the bench. If they neglect to do o o hey of course must be prepared to attend or be finc!. REGATTA. -We are informed that the Governor intends doing all he can to ren fer the Regatta of the 37th as brilliant as possible; the civil and military force are to be drawn out and on duty. Theo contending boats nareo to proceed twice round Shark Island, passing and repass ing Macquario Point, which will be fitted up for the acoomnodation o...

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Original Correspondence. Bathurst Bench. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

Bathurst Bench. To the Editor of the Australasiant Chronicle. Stn-May I claim n pottion of your valuable colunts, to mn ake known to the public an import ant decision given by the Ilathurst ilngistrnte Bench n few d)9S since. l he tolliwiing is the case that came under investigallon:-T'. Casady, on- emigrant, hired by M r. Parks, in the caprithy of farm overseer and utorekeeper, was charged be tore the Police Matgistrate of diobedience to his maIaster's otllers, by not goitng to reap with the( labourihtg ten. Casady in i- his defence stated, that by his ngreement itilli Mr. Palrks, le was nolt oblignied to such Ilabourig cork. The Police 'itncistrRtl disminissed l le case, at the satme tinme, givilng Ci.asdiy to undlerlstandl thaLt he was obligedi 40 reap na thle orders or hliI Inn F,sr. and shlitlltl I ngailn ilppenr before him un ter a similar hiarge, he should be sen ttenced to lhrele rinoiathi' imjprlU?li Casldy fintling himself aggrieved, eni?sultedl i li?syer, alho inforined h...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 January 1840

Country News. BRAIDWOOD, 10TH JAN.--On Wed- nesday, the 8th instant, a dreadful fire broke out in Dr. Wilson's mansion, Braidwood. It first commenced in the kitchen, about noon, and as there was a smart breeze blowing, it conveyed the flames directly across the building, so that, in about twenty minutes, the whole cottage, containing about twelve apart- ments, was burnt to the ground, and property, to the amount of between three and four thousand pounds, destroyed. The fate of that cottage will be regretted by many, as to say the least, it may well be called the Cottage of Hospitality. At the time the fire broke out, Dr. Wilson was engaged in court, investigating a curious case. A few days before Christ- mas Day, a gentleman in appearance arrived here. He stopped at the mounted police barracks, inspected the public buildings, expressed his admiration of the court-house, lockup, and solitary cells. He said he was on his way to the coast, to superintend a large establishment there. He...

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Sydney Price Current. January 20, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 January 1840

• 5155En gaW5557trL<it?i tt:nt. January 20, 1840. Tea, hyson ekin, per chest, £9 Os. to £10. hysun, per 10 catty box, £2 10s.; gunpowder per 5 catty box. 1 as. s?ugar, Mauritius, fine, per ton, £32 to £35-- ditto, brown, £28 to £30; Manilla,. £24 to £26 10 tloaf, per lb. 7d. to 71d. RIce,bag. 15s. to 25. 011, sperm per tun 801 to 821, black, per tum, £18. Soap, per cwt., £2 5s to £2 15s. Salt; per ton, £3 10s to.O6. Ale, Uunbar's,; per doz., 16sl; Burton, barrel,£5 ISs. Taylor's, per rd., £6 10s.; Porter, 'layluor', per bhd., £11 10s. Spirits in bond per gallon, Rum, 6. to 7s. 6d. Brandy, 8s. to Os. Gid.; Gin, 83 9d. Wines per pipe, Sherry, £30 to (10; Port, £30? tp £20; Cape, £13.; :Champagne,. per' do:x, £2" to £2 10s.; Clatet,. perdos., £t to £1 15s.

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The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1840. Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 January 1840

Sydney: TUESDAY, JANUAIRY 21, 18.10. immigration. IN defiance of our inclination to be lieve in the honesty of our contemporary the Monitor, we are compelled, by his repeated errors,. to, give our assent to one of two propositions; either that lie re ceives his information upon the subject of Immigration from some agent of the Bounty System, or that he is in the pay of some person who has an interest in the downfall of the Government System. He.affects-and we do not queslion his sincerity-to be anxious for the in troduction of females into the colony to become the wives of our young rustics. But, some person has persuaded him or he has taken it somehow into his hoed, that the Government ships bring an enor flous majority of males, thereby adding to the existing evil, instead of providing a remedy for it. He told us, for instance, that the Orestes, (if we recollect rightly) brought out about six times as many males as females. Now, without sub scribing to the humiliating inference wh...

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News and Humours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 January 1840

N~ctba atrb 1traurar of tý) Elayl The ,Cormmercial Bank is about in establisr a branch bank at Wlndsor.--A Mr. Alayes han been appointed police clerk to the petty sessais, and post-master at New Zsialaid. Mlr. Freeman lhas been apoli led coloinli ce. cretary iof New Z'osland.--l'he Pencilvillo I~itale has been sold by private Lrnitract by its late owner, P. Mlatthew, Es+q.,.to WI. M. Mlan. nilg, Esqi, for £3',00.--Robcrt Barringtonl Dawran, Is.q.. sear., of Black Lreok, and 'Thmnar Moiure. Es'q., of Harrington Park, have been appointed to the snagihtracy.--The Bathurst Ilaces will comne off sln the 7th,. 8th,. and 9th of nex.t month,.when the usual prizes will be contended for.--''he nion Biaking. Company hternd-establihing a branch bank at, New Zealand.-An ases'ciatiosn inas iben fiurm cii in Elngland, with the approbatiian of Her Majtsty3' Oaverninent; for the colonization of the F.alkland Islands.-- The Nortih Briton was. released fromn Quarantine, and arrived in the Cove on SuJn...

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ADDRESS To His Excellency Captain Hobson, R. N.. Lieutenant Governor of the British Colony about to be established at New Zealand. May it please Your Excellency. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 January 1840

A DD D ESS To llis Excellency Captain lobson, R N.. Lieu. tenant Governor of the British Colony about to be established at Aiew Zealand. l11y it please Your Exrrllineny. Inl the nallin , and by tlhe nsthl)ritr , of ea ,lnmerons anld lre slpecta tn, tint, of lndlnaldels anl others coiannected with New Z nlandl, whiclh was held inl the town of Slydney, on We?dnsilest a e 1511th inst., We, the lunderiigned, hlIsve bIre deputed to Wiat upon Your Ex?rce?r,cry. andl to offer their ai.erre and reap. Cill c. ngIratlnllhteian nSal you)lr appointme IntIl I to rhe (Gvellmneut tf the first tlritish C?olany in that territry, anlld to asure Yllur Erelenllry of their loyal attachmllent l thec British Crown, and of thIejr It aS tfelt stlisr'tion at tlle prospect of the isumrediate establishmlent of British la v and authority in that interesting coiuntry, in the main tenance of which theiy shall considd r it their dillty to co.operaoe with Your Excellency, as far as lies in their power. In thus pled...

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