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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 14 March 1844

SELLING OFF CLERIS'S . ORA PF, RY, G ROC I'RV, AND ti KN ER AL STORKS, IMl fi wilde of ihe Siock of drat Esta- blishment, consisting of, Calico ftrown Holland, double width Print dr>s*ee, fast .colors Monaselaine de Laii)e* do S-u i«a a nd F re neb M u s 1 í ns Drills Lawn for «hirt front» Unlit, ached calico Women's white Cotton hose filen'* colored shirts Whiteout ts, linen fronts,very fine Sl^p« I Moleskin íí.iherdaahery Silk a»d cotton 1>and kerchief* f orked and plain collard ! Rihhor.0 "fyi i oe« : j 'Hoots ! Sev» irg silk Shaw is Tum vers j Honners Wac-k, white and colored reel rottom Pin.*, needles, tapes Pn^hsh and French artificial flowers j And Fancv Goods of every deecription. ' JN T1ÏE GROCERY DRIP A RT M tííT V. ILL BE FOCN J> Fine loaf eu gar EWt India and isle of France au^ar Fine ecflve, raw and ground 1^*t1da<rk ai) dareen ieaa V»nee»r M II.« ta rd I;rViM i< rapers Dj'.fo.olitf s Mixed uti$ other pidvîes Ä*c, &c, <f...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

«g»T*- fair ^ íto-p^ f > ^, t i, * * 4 »y< *<? . I¿TA/£$TTR-When Latfaîette had ïieen liberated from prison by lita wife, and Was flying wilt* that gallant genera Sir Robert Wilson, to tit« frontier, the post matter examined bis countenance,and recognised bini through bis disguise. A postilion waa instantly «et offal full speed« Marjy times Lav al etta urged bis demand for. horses. The postmaster had qui«te<J the house, and given orders that none ehmild be supplied. The travellers thought themselves discovered, and saw no mean« <d escape in a oountry with which they were unactg nairn ed < They resolved upon defending themselves and selling their lives dearly. Tho postmaster, at length, returned unattended, and then addressing liiinsidf to Monsieur de LnvaleUe he said 4 You bare the appearance of a man of honor--you are £oi»<£ to Brussels,where i yo« will see M. de Lavalette, deliver him these tvvrii, bund red Louis...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

To GAlW KN!: HS AND OTdiliKS. HpO RF, LP/Î\ for euell'-rr rm »«rn H y J I»« «Cfeed -rt pen; a *«io«t de$ir«Me Viircv oí (WMM 'ND. »i'joinii^ he 41 n: a vin ( ¡itíioitc Ornttan .S.îUtiol, /or«KM ly "(» iipicil hy Mj\ ( narie* (. Ru<i»y.t 'I l»t> abóve, which luid out hv him HS a K itch* «. ¿(¿Hrift-ft, ft( flu» (inte he }u»ws<*tiRí «i it attained a -high gttrto rf pt ? t'ection, mvin^ io the *Cí¡*eitdtte*« with winch hf cullKateri <md mauuied (he «sine ; and il ina well known (»ct thu At prurit.cud Inn» an »mylo return. í herc iâH never fading w ater hol© on the gTotmd. Tor 'furdk* par.tctilart ftnul-y to MR, KO H I-RT STEW A UT, WatchiuaJbar. &«\ Windsor, 11^/' A NT KI) to hire hy the-week or 7 f mof,l:j, a If orland Ü£hi Xl A UT. ~ Apply at the IMn'ing Ofbce. T1ÎN FOUMXS ULWAUD! XJ%7IïFj!U?/AS 011 tl,e n ^ W v líhh, or earlv on 'lie.morninof <d íÍJc^Otli instant, «n «¿¿cd BAY ¡VIA KL, branded uric the mane Ï, ami a very lartre ...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WIND: SOR EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

TO TUE KOI rou OF THE WIND: - î -bf-ií-io »diir«*** »I -few linn (Vi yoit.irj o;t!i-r tfifti iî)<.^y4n»3' N<* KM* de ouldie . ilirou'.ili f(jH ui tí i u in of yö'.rr -colunia hopirtíf {-«iai «tticîi a cour»? -«f-w, p sf 1s ap», p rr vpn? H TV»}«** iti<»n of-t:li*' Ühuit-8 coin ¡lái'ti .ed©'. î »J äh c<iiit>»«» m ya?M' t*> a alton and gttitr d fut ni) PT rt, vu.itout -tillering IOM IÎÏ tMïlfly ialo parîii aUr«, uty nl-jrci hennir Ofdy fcû-;|»fôVeo' ii pottihl-e a recurmicv .tifêvch »oeitVfti Uti Sut»day ev.Mîing.aud a» variou« tient»* during iUe ensuing day, pariie« ai' \Ue Si MIHI y tU tinned herd mightU*ve Uflttn «<;<n committing breaches ot the fïeacr, «'id urea ly dwtùtbing tlie qtiit'ttutä of ti#î» adler» i<« ur»ierly Town. Various werpf the cutt «nd Ur»u'9e* hath Vee ei «nd inflicted ; m\á ifiey were ti ot ; tad ¿fiad io íwjjiue dieuiteíve* mc roi y lo (be personi they «d^ht m«et in ihr p ti bli«...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

TO COfiEyi^O^jM^IK <Our f\>Vrr-epondei)t í¡ KNQU fltF.il* ] nu>4t (íáv(í cve'rlcwfc c*d lhe Number; .of our "Paper i mnií*<l iîtt<*K* following j that in wbkrii Mr, li)rbdbi\s- .letter] ap pimped,, ur [\<\ wmwd -bave seen t he J .error (acid for snit) < or eec j rd. With regard to îbe sHippo.Htion. îh.it the reason ol'i discomfiture is .caiganic ! I «cid-;-thia must again l»e anovernitrirt ; . ff \ as «»rf referring iv Mr. D's. kider li* ¡ AV iii perceive, ibat î4ïe res nil jwoved ! equally Rutifibic ory-wj'h dui OS^R v Iierr.no.<*«rboimc ncid.ran .be t-witv-i ed. ^Vidier does Mt\ JL), s u e ihm ! ¿cuUi ¿i tLe result. ]

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1844. WINDSOR DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

'?" '. 111. 'J. ..... .. ! THEWiraSOR EXPRESE AN» fciiOM« DNj) ADVERT TS RR 3 H UR SD A V, .*! AR C U £1, Î844, AV 1*21 DSO.it JHSTJULCT COUNCIL. I We regret to wc tv ii on, fl>«t owing io ibo :,indisposition of tho Warden, William i Cox, R«9v, J. V » the Council did cot itt ; tüU Aí'ternoo». OM Poturday 1-night ah accident -occurred to tho Windsor Conch, which .blight have been attended willi very serious cot se<pi< nees. The coach had tun ved a* the' bridgeât the bottom of , M *(.Î rn ('h's H ill., uHiich is in a very daiu-' perons jit^te^froili the boles ? here rhe s Ut Hs have sunk and çtveirwsy,, «which danger is mnch ini^meuted by there : being no tiftnd-rniiin^ on either sitie. ! It Rp peo ^6 thai in onephce to avoid.the boles the .driver wa*, forceo* to run in ¡ . c 1 o«e t « * t h e ed ge of ( he b i i< Ige, and j u «t ¡ M thin juncture a bullock which waa i .'lying on t lie road and wa* before unseen ; in consequence 4>f the darkness ...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

MAITLAND. The Ti unter River Houghirg Ma tell, the first that was ever hehl iu this dis: i riet, took place on Tuesday last, when sereu horse teams started for die first priée of £.>, which was won by Franc is Levis; six bullock «earns stared for the second prize of .£2, which was wo« by Colin Wills, ploughman o Mr, Dal: zeil. Both matches were wellcontes'ed, ! Af er whicb,about 'hilly gen lernen sat down <o an excellent Lunch, at Mr, j Cohen's, die Kose Inn, Tlie Maitland circuit Court commenced before his Honor Sir James Dowling, Kutt Chief Justice, on Weduesday 13th. inst. At twelve o'clock the assize ira« opened at the aew Court House, lately erected,* His Honor's charge (which wa í'fírrM ne lîRi'e not room in "mr coln mt t*~ i o p$ «i n fu î î ) *v* s TA! her g ra t i fy in g. Il is jHotvor san! "1 indulge with eatiifacttot* î;i Ihe opportunity thu» fcifonied foJ\tfOn trailing (Ue aspect of (he .present with | tiiift of thc la*i''Maitland circuit. JFTovv Jn ; i nn...

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THE "AUSTRALIAN" DAILY NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

TliR «< ATJSTR AU AN" DAIM NfîWSPA PK«. Thia ioTaluable Journal, we und^rauod, will shortly ho very «onsiderahly enlarged* and sold at iis present price, too ! IM* an nfl nd ra td e médium for ghi ,* ptdi!h:iijr to ad verticalf»ni8f ilie tenn*-f«»r die -in*er; (ion ot which ara greedy reduced''! MT« ft tehan! Sherriff, fiin Cofleetnr oí Quit ft eilt«., wo o'niervo, lias rec rifad Po*iM*e order« from Goverirmèm r» tu<r (after the !6th 'April) a Vi thaw'- pet sons in the districts af Windsor, t'e-cmili, amt Hartley who Bri* rn ftrtfara of quit rewt to that day. H. fore chit sweeping ?r«ar<: dni<? (8 carried . n<t<> rtrcui'on, wt* hope 'th«* 'Goren nient will give, the ma ier niora ?serious c«M>8Ídfration. It in »ot natural th:*t M tliHrFaihcr oi du* Coh»ii)" can d^ni dins-harshly with bis ththhen, ni-»re espc: chilly, (turing dds season of unejuitipled .Colonial cmt;arias«n) MI ! On Tut»«day evening Air. Saville**...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 March 1844

The* William Metcalf from Cork arrived at Sydney on Wednesday, with 250 emigrants. She has brought English and Irish journals to the 23rd Nov. New bills of indictment were found       against Messrs. Daniel O'Connell, T. Steele, Ray, and Dr. Grey for attending     an unlawful assembly-namely, thè Re- peal Association ; and it was expected that the question of the legality or ille- gality of that body would have been brought to an issue. Pending the for- mer indictments, O'Connell boldly told the Judges of the Court of Queen's Bench that, he had one hundred and seventy-six thousand witnesses to exa-     mine touching the matters contained in   the indictment, and that, therefore, he would be under the necessity of keeping his prosecutors at law longer than any   of the judges, counsellors, attornies and jurymen could possibly live. In fact, that they, as well as himsel...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WINDSOR EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 28 March 1844

Til-THE È Ol TO K OF THE ^IND, SOR liXíMíMSS. I Si rtI?» your Paper ol 111 G 13 1». I ; j find a paragraph relative to I he Coach ' Establishment of Mets*Pe»ymoi«r. Hillie and Mooth,and concluding with a statement ibu <4 such spirt tc tl propiielors deserve die public support,'' j I do not wish to impugn your ri^l<t of ihtukiujj^u- bul I ccrtaiidy dv> not like ; to SPÔ paragraph pat font* io the manifest ? injury of those to wltcqp the support and »nod opinion of tlie P hiic is fairly dut>, ït »a a »voll Known fae', timi before A!r% Hudson g arted his opposi ion Coach some 14 or 15 months sine*, the charges of 7*ou'sideand 10s inside from Windsor to Parramatta were enacted, nnd would he agaití if Messrs, Ridge and Co, ht'l the road to -themselves. Ono little fact »rill convince the Public of this. At thi Ust Windsor Rae s, Hudson kept his Coach for tho accommodation of the Townspeople «joing to nnd returning from die Course, in consequence ofuhichup went,...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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DIARY, FOR MARCH 28, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 28 March 1844

DIARY, *0R MARCH 28, 1844. H. M. Sim rifé»....6 7 >$mi sers. . 5 53 Orion's Girdle sets. 11 4 aft. '.Fomalhaut rises. 2 49 morn Clock before sun 5 minutes» Full Moon, April 3rd, 3mts. past 5 aft The least augie nf Rliptic and horizon ¿pi on. 3*2 M. aft. j the fi rsi point of Seor r*j>io will rise at 6n. o\ M. aft.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 28 March 1844

îî A W K ES UV R V c U í^( RI PITON IÎ A PK«. MK. GEORG K REYMOTR hs* thc honor »o aunoine*», (li il lie will $e!l hr l'ulilie. Auction, on SaHinl «y ihf» 301 h i stant, Ht M>r, Thoma* Freeman'*, St. Patrick's hm. Georffe *trvet, Windsor, ..?recinr-lv a' FOlMî o'clock, p M. lite T< il,T.S arUimr from th* G ATE at the entrance oí îhe Uace (.'ourse. Al^O. . THE GUANO ST ANO. * C«*i»<J4<i«fn» ft< th« 'i.oe of'Sale, Perking de<drOr.s <»t havino lî'iofhs «nd .'8t.il!« alie.xl ut the same time ; in th* niearritno. at)v iutf*rma i- n ma\ he. ohtHined from Mr, George Seymour ; Mr. J{. Sherriff ; or Mr I*. Adamson. Windsor, 27 h March. ANTIÍHÍUOUS IM LI.s. THn*K PILLS having givvn the Creat<»*t satinhto inn to the many parties who have used tlt-m, lor thrir «.íücac.y and tho mildness ot their opera- tion, willi confidence, reconnue-.ds diem lor ail Hiltons a"d I>iv » Goiiipiaint* ; indices tion ; Giddiness ; H...

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 28 March 1844

THE WIN»5OR EXPRESS AND J\ 1 C HM ONO AOVE rt TTS ER THURSDAY, MANCH 28, 1844. Tn1 1%led ion of. Vemhers to s^rve in our District Council, is now drawing, near, and we would impress on the in i url» of the Electors our hope, that j thev will not he led into the f«»llv of ¡ jnafcing rash promises, hut will abstain from pledging themselves to any parti- cular, Candidate, at any rate, tdl they ascertain who are likely to he placed in nominali( i). We arc led to make this remark, .inconsequence of our having learnt hat there are par ties already. 'in j a state of fermentation,*' although they ! keepit very "dark hut their intention of st alinga march upon other Candi < atep who may be put in nominaüor» is qui e apparent. ---"""H On Sunday afternoon, a most brutal outrace- wus^eommitted on tbe peis* n of a female named Mary Dawes, by o miscreant of tbe name cf (."atermoie. Tbe gre:U rp»rt~fthe evidence ig of loo disgusting .a nature for rec tal. lt appears that Mrs. Dawes, who...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. IMPORTANT- FROM SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 28 March 1844

RN G LIS H EXTRACTS. ITVirOHTANT . FROM SPAIN. lavonne.\Tov. <) - An attempt to as siss-i-^ateGeneral Narvaez waa"made on the OUh at Mad rill. $even*shots were fred a» his carriage in the sanio, st reel, hut fron» dj fife re nt paints. The three last sliols killed his aide de-Camp and wounded a person si'tins? hv the Gene- ral's side. The General was no* struck* He shortly afterwards ipneared at the Cirrn« Theatre where her Majesty was. The assassins escaped. Madrid is tran- quil.' The Troops are under arms. Perpignan, Vov. 10 - At half past, fun* p. M.-*?,.TIO0 insurgents, headed hv Ameftleo nut PaUro entered the fort of Piqueras preceded hy a ha Mudjon of infantry and Ï50 cavalry of the. Queen's Troops, who ou (heir a rr'val j at piqueras proceeded in the direction of HORMS. Madrid. Nov. 8-To-day the two Legislative hod ¡es assembled iii * the flail of Contres.*, have declared ihe Queen of age, N umher « of Voters .... 209 For tiie question .... lí):i Agfa i mt it. H) T...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

VA N*DÎRMRN'S LAND. Every successful explorer is a public henefîictor. Mr. Kentish, formerly of the Surveyor General's department in Sew South Wales, has been employed *Ar «mne time by the Government and the Van Diemen's Land Company to examine the country between Rmu B«*y and Westbury, lie has discovered ¿xtensive Pia tuft on the east side of River Forth, now known by the name <»f " Kentish New Couti1 ry." 11 *s sup- posed to comprise 20,000 acres alluvial *oil, of easy access, situated forty miles wes« of Deloraine and seventy from 'Launceston. The land is described as «emarkahly luxuriantnt»d we't watered. and when the home authorities rescind the present regulations, tts snit» will | contribute largely to the colonial chest, lt Feeme that since Mr Kentish settled ju. Vau Diemeu'ft Land, he has occupied his time diligently in the business of his profession, arni after surmounting many formidable obstacles tu the pro- secution bf bis labors, he has succeeded in narking....

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AN APOLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

'.'?Sn school« of wisdom all th« day Was spent Iiis e-£gsflt eve the Rabbi homeward hen«, With liiiitieward thoughts which dwelt «non the wife AM tffo fair children who consoled his f 4ife. meeking at the »hreshold, led him in, Anti with these words, preventing, did be<jin ** Ev^r rejoicing at your wished reftim, Yet do Ï most so now ; for since this morn 1 have been much perplexed and sorely tried Upon one point which you shall now decide. Some ypflrs ago a friend tinto ii»y c:*re £ome jewels gave, rich precious jims ihey , ."1-5*11 ha vin sr given thom in my charge, this friend Du! afterward not come for iliKni,nor send But loft i hum i i my ke ping f"nr so long, That now ii almost Brems to me a wr ng That he shout ' suddenly arrive to-day To take tiloso jíMvidí which he taft, away. "What think you ? Shall I freely give them hack, And wiih no miit'tiiurintr ?-~so henceforth >o Ia k IT o'«© item* myself, winch I had learned o see .Almost as nrina fo- ever mine in fee....

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

THE WINDSOR EXPKBSS '. >: ' -i -A NIK 7. ' B T C H M O N© A D V E R T T REF THÜRS» AV, APRIL 4, 1&44/ In another column of the FXP**S* we have a Report rf the proceedings ai 31 meeting of the F lectors of this Dis- trict, which was held at Mr. Cross's on Monday last, for the purpose of considering1 the eligibility °f certain (.'< nilen rn who were to be proposed io the nteeriutr tn fill the forthcoming Tîicnncicg.MI the District (Council. As v c had ant iripatrd, no definite conclu sien w as arrived atfnnd the meeting wa» adjourned to Saturday rex t. We are glad thar this meeting han. been held, j as it has in a prent measure tended to j dissipate the apathy which was uni-j verbally evinced by the Flectors, who ¡ appeared indeed perfectly indifferent j PÎ (Mit the n a(t< r. The ice, bowe vett ! î>cin£|nï.\v brf'kcUjVi e f xpect that some *ff pattin h* t*k*n hy them tc. exert fhitifflves to hrirgr into the field ( .f i ¡líen en w ho \\ jil hf» liht...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

NOTICE, To th* Electorsof the District of Windsor. AMEETING will be bebí according to adjournment, on Saturday the 6d» instant, at 12 o'clock, at Mr. Cross*», Windsor Hotel, for tho purpose of 8eleC¿i«»íí snob Gentleman as may be Considered eligible to supply tho forth* coming vacancies in the Windsor District Cooücil. An I also, to take irtto:cnnside.r: afton fbe proptiety nf Addressing such ( cetitiemon as tu&y then and ibero bf made choice of. A. G A (Vf AC K, CHA tu M AN. V' in dior, 3rd April. UNDER A LEVY rOlC KENT. BOWMAN V. DKNBY. 7 ILL TM- SOLD T*Y PUBLIC AUCTlOV.on Tit/-«<Uy v-exi fl'«* 9 I» hm'ant, tit 2 oVlo< k p. M. at tli* *\V;l«r Mill 0C< U| ie<l l>V ll I > .* í i i » v. on * F»».ni b^loî'^ittu'h» ^ ^ :*n» Mn*m«n, I'r.q, adjoii-ing Mr Wi'i.-r fLjwtil'i, Neptvm Uiver, near Penrith. 1 Darse 1 Dr«v nn 1 horrr,i« About 4 r-wt. nf Tobacco in Leaf A quantity of Wheat A lot oj" Poultry. Ilousohoh! Furniture, &...

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

THE WINDSOR EXPKESS À ND Î? f C W MON D A D V E R T I S E F THÜRS!) AV, APRIL 4, 3844,* In another column of the FXPK*S* we havea Report rf the proceeding at * meeting of the F lectors of this Dis- trict, which was held at Mr. Cross's on Monday last, for the purpose of considerings the eligibility °f certain í¡< nthn rn who were tn he proposed to the n«eetini> tn flii the forthcoming vacancies »II the District Council. As, v e hnd anticipated, no definite concili- ar n « Í>S arrived-«tfnnd the weet inp was sujjo urned to Saturday next. We are glad that this niertiti£ hi's heen held, as it has in a prent measure tended to j dissipate the apathy' milich was uni* j venally evinced hy the Flfctors. who appeared indeed perfectly indifferent | :>iont the lint tf r. The icef however, ! Víeíng|,t*ow hiokf n,vt e expect that son»e .ff p'$ VA ill le t*ktn hy them tt. exert! f IM IÍ fpel ves to hi iff? into the* field | (if nilen er» who will be liktly to prove eflVient mem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 4 April 1844

NOTICE, To tho Electors of the District of Windsor. ANf FETING will be held according to adjournment, on Saturday the 6d» ift^tant, at 12 o'clock, at Mr, Cross's, Windsor Hotel, for tba purpose of selection swob Gentleman as may be Considered eligible to aupfdy the forth* routing vacancies in tho Windsor District Council. And also, td take intorennsider: aiton the propriety of Addressing such (lentlrnten as may then and there be made choice of* A. GA MACK, CHA m M AN. Windsor, 3rd April. UN DISU A LU V Y YOU li EN T. DORMAN v. D KS BY. ¥717 ILL wv. soi.o ny PURur Tv AUCTION, on T»/'s»Uy ^ni tl'«- O l» incant, ;*< 2 o'rloek P. M. at the \V;--l«r Mil] ooruj.-it*'! I>V ; I « n Menhy, on -i Fa'.ni h«*lo;^(i'ú' I" > :*n» Mnu-nmn, r*q. ad joh.i ng Mr VT^^-r MowaiPi, Ni'i^n River, near Penrith.- . ] fiarse 1 !)r«v nti-\ harre«« A hont 4 fwt. nfTubneco in Loaf A quantity of Wit «at A lot oí' Pou h ry 'Iliiiiüéfinh] Furniture, dr, kc+ ft Fat Pi**. RICH D, SHERRIFF. Broker. 3...

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