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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

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Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, Nov. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

TUESDAY j îNov. 4. ? \ The Speaker read to the boase two messages from Hts fîxcéîleincy the Go vernor ; the first cf which conveyed an ex pression of His Excellency's willingness to place on tbc Estimâtes for ÎS4Ç the sum of £9000' towards the erection of Light Houses in Bass s Straits, The second ex pressed His Excellency's regret that he did not feel authorised to pay any money towatds' the erection of the Jewish Syna gogue out of the sum secured by schedule C, fri the purposes of public worship. Mt Lowe brought up the report of the Committee on the defalcation of the late Registrar of the Supreme Court Mr. Wentworth's motion for nn address to His Excellency, playing that the sum of £7,817 18s. 3i,ievied*on the City for the police expenses, may be refunded to the Corporation, and expended in improving th« City, was lost by a majority of 10 to 4. Dr. Laug's motion for an address, re questing a sum to be placed on the esti mates, for the salary ol a police magistrate for the Wollomb...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

S Y D X EY SUI BPI KG NEW?. ARRIVED. NoY. 4-The brig Dorsel, 82 lon«., Welsh, master, from Adelaide the 22 id ultimo, with sundries 4-'Hie schooner Phcbte, 89 tons, Ben nett, master, from Adelaide the 14th nit,, with wheat, flour, &c. 4-«»The schooner Coolangatta, 83 tons. Walker, master ifrpm Auckland the 15th Ultimo, with ßonjj &c. 4 «-The ship Hi mas Lawry, {.Post* office packet,) 409 tons, Graham, master, from the Downs the 6th Joly, with mer chandise. , ; -5,-The Schooner Jane, Steel, master. from Moreton Bay. the ,4ïh October and Twaeá thé' 4th iâstanti wîïh 20,090 feet vedar» - . 9 -The «hip St George, 604 ton-». Jone«, I master, from the Downs the 9th July, with j merchandise. 9- Ifhe schooner Coquette, 72 tons, * Rogers, master, from Tahiti the 25th Sept ., Hnabaioe 29th Sept, and Upolu the 16th Oct., with oil, &c. 9.--The schooner Columbine, 63 tons, Stratton; master, from Tahiti the 27tb ,A »gust, Navigator Islands 14th September. Vavon 26th Septem...

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THE DUKE OF KENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

TlÍE DUKE OF KENT. Tbe^ollowjng interesting narrative appeared ' some time since in a, work entitled . " ilemims cences of Men «nd M Himers," by Pryse Lock; bart Gordon,Psq g Vol. i. 37*. &o. HJS Royal .Hilliness the late Duke of Kent : toole up bis, abolle in Brussels in the veer 1816. .-ts tb PT« was some difficulty in procuring bim an appropriate residence i i o good situa tion, his fri. nd Tice Admiral Donnelly ceded to bis lUyal"'Milliners » hotel, a superb mansion in the place Hovfll the property of . Couot de Alaldegsisn» whicb tba Admiral li td rented ou à Jen*«, a few years of whick wére unexpired, Hie DuWa taste for «gr cult«ira¿ ctn:, belÜshing, and adorning, were well known, and no one twas surprised when a host of carpenter* wera put into requisition ; snit in si few months the h-use waa no alrersd and oma« men ted («md of cour-e improved ),tbat tbe young Count, when invited to see what the Royal Duke bad done, could hardly recognize bis late abode, I he extensi...

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THE PURITAN SON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

THE PURITAN Sim. IN the West Riding of <¥bikshire, *«ot many «niles removed frorriihé line oft he Great North Rottàf singularly and Some what romantically -situated on a vast rocky hill, projecting' sternly atftlHah rt|pt|y Into: tbe4ov*ly*tdteyMr&i Nid K stands the old Poroogh town.of Knarpst borough. As you approach it from the sou th ? the aRpejbt ;itpresent »p»-tínm}f larly wild and'j^^jttr^j^iift.r^^^^^'.Mffe ol aieép lime-stone crag^^ni^ffxom .tfjÎÂ'-tè Ntçit ; Iinji», at the -jmffî« frtpiVit-) thé Hvér,*deèrvb1ftc$^ inp along below their base in many a turbid ripple, until it skirts their west ern cape, a huge and perpendicular crag of 6baley limestone, crowned by the massy relies of an old Norman keep, rifted ind grey, and overrun with immemorial 'ivy, hut still majestic in their hoa»y grandeur. Beneath the shelter of this formidable keep-which, in tts day, before the levelling force of gunpowder liad reduced' warfare to a mere (natter* of scientific calcu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

tjraO; BE LISN'T, on good Security. . J. Fir partie liars, apply to 13. Law son; Solicitor, Windsor» VNJ*. 12, 1845. 11*11 li V N Ü KR SIGN ED, being y about ld leave Windsor, for a liinited: period, take tilts opportunity of re turning my grateful thanks to the Ladies abd Gentlemen of the above Town and District, for their patronage, \so li lie rall y bestowed tin me, dúiing my residence in Wiudsor, and begs further to add that if I should have the pleasure to resume busi ness ampog.them again it will be my cop« staut desire and study to merit their future patronage and support. JOHN GALLOWAY, TAILOR, &C. George-si., Windsor, Nov. ll. Legislative Council. TATHAM AND FORSTER'S MlRRO OF COUNCIL. \J' lished contemporaneously willi, and as a Supplement to, Tnt AUSTRA LIAN JOURNAL of that date, No. 1, of the M IRROR or COUNCIL, which contains a correct précis of the proceedings of the Legislative Council for the previous week. In an announcement made under this head in several l...

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SOIL AND CLIMATE OF NEW ZEALAND. From the New South Wales Magazine— October, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

SOIL AND CLIMATE OF NEW ZEALAND. from the New South Wales Magazine October, 1813. NÉW Zealand, as a whole, is peculiarly adapted for the pursuit of those branchée of agriculture which prevail iii our own nàtiirelard. Thé climate and soil fit it in an eminent degree for the habitation of the vine tKe olive, and the fig-indeed the na tives of the country cultivate almost every species of European fruits with wonderful j success ; and with the labor and skill of our - countrymen, 1 have no hesitation in saying j that New Zealand might be made to yield Í fruits and vegetables in greater abundance and of a quality equal, if not superior to 'anything grown in the most favored part» of Germany« From tts geographical post* tion,the warmth of the .summer, though adapted for the production of many tropical plants and frnits, is still,-because vf tho insular Situation of the country, so temper» ate as to enable a laborer to work iu tba field (n the middle of the hottest day in summer-and the w...

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SOCIAL ECONOMY OF A BEE-HIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

SOCIAL ECONOMY OF A BÈE-H^fî;f A HÏVS consists of the queen, or mother bee, thin workers varving in »flrobers, frpta 10.000, to «0,0e0,<>r Wm. <m thebes or drones fro*» 100 tb uouble jthàl number. ¡ in= '«yíog the «gg«t fro» wliich oHg^«e3 ^hiate^iiM^ ifore, je«d Vniigrate fro«n it la the roursé'.of. one suthmer. îh the height of théi ellison her fertility is truly astonishing, ' ëe *hV lay« not fewer than 200 eggs jpér day, «ttd eren more nhen the a*a«on la particularly warm and genia], and flower* are abundant ; and thia laying-continues, thougbjit a -gradually diminishing rate, till the ap proach of cold weather in October. An opinion has been entertained that the queen is followed jo her progress through' inp hive by a number of her subject* formed i in a ciicle round her,and these, of course,, hare been regarded aa the queen's body guards. 'The truth ja, bo were r, that her! bee-majesty ha« no attendants, strictly speaking; hut wherever she moyes, tbe w...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

fiji ¿T«jk»»tj5^fcf*«j«o.Bt--'l«» fiicel '«noy Lieu jen»ut uoWñor ItVtbe, who, was duly gazetted vpsfcr^isy^ »nrif»d Jiere on Tuesday IBM. 0*'*' «Oci.)lo W* fcî'î» GompnriyV'aJoop*of war El ^hV èlonV, ooihtñíihded hy Captaiu Young, late of die U. C.feMtnîPr. .ewi;»8t«8, ; r fc»b>fly,sb#foreï?%Upr ' Holt RoVe. óf ih* -.WUi'TifcjS?;' áMaiited fais'present rai*, winch ^eá« datè frora thé ^ it Uec, 18 H, tb* eaU ?laut officeríV« #«JJ»ry Secretary nt the ¡Ma riijus, under, iba Administration of Major-Ge -neyd :|ir William Nicholay. lita:-^»ncilw» (tfbo ta * personal friend. of Capujo Gsey») receive*! hi« appointment et ?Gibraltar, altere te {jeld the'-.office of Mili-. tary ffcretiry^ end such appears to luvebten tim iinxiery ; toJ carry *out the defarnrnation pf' *<3'»fiBmiB^ni willi respect to Captain Grey'«; nppointm.ent lo Ai«w JSeatand, that express in structions were forwarded io Bombay by tho . overland mail, io (facilitate «be progress of. -Captaio-rGrr^^ successor ...

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THE [?]AVE TRADE. (From the St. Hel[?]n Gazette and Shipping List June 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

fFroio the St. m'&a Gazette and Shipping of ebô^Mjritf Jwí!«>i 4flmt^^Lcf c^^lî^ii :. with whnt ja^eared tn them \ptk*ty¡Uóp*-k > to be a éá«o«.%tti''-on n nearer apfirpach ', they tb«M<i to be ; a-raft , on which wer» sereu met);: who. were taken on board tho ? brig, in the last stage of exhaustion. The proved to be Lieutenant Wilson god six maa belonging to H M S. Stat, who had been put on board « prize. It appears - they had pioceeded v«»ry rapidly on their passage up to the ifíth of the previous month, when, at about three P. M.. the prize was capsized in a white squall, which toqk ber aback. Th« unfortunate crew ." had ,no boatj they, however, wilb--4gr-eat difficulty, constructed a raft, by lashing thirteen spars together, (the main boom and fore yard being the principal ones) on. which they laid the main hatch over and some pieces of snijs ; on this they staid all night, keeping fast to the vessel, hoping to be able to pick up some provisions ; a flas...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

1ATE$T itâtQbisH:ÍSEOSÍ; (Prom i fie Australian.) n r ' \ The Queen was to visit Scotland shortly fefter toe prorogation of Parliament, lt -appears that her Majesty's intention to visit Ireland had been abandoned. trip lo Germany is likewise spoken of, to visit the relatives of Prince Albeit and the Du ?chess of Kent. The -King and Queen of the Belgians were on a visit at Buckingham Palace, By the trade reports in the London jour Dals of 7th July, it appears that the manu factoring and wbol markets in Manchester «nd Yorkshire wéïe steady. At Leeds, on the 4th July, the demand for new wools was'brisk .'and prices were Brm. Iii the London trade report of July 7 Australian Gun Arabar, is quoted at 68s to 76*. ; For copper, prices were firm, and good sale. Best British cake, £88 to £88 10s. Two mining companies had been adver« tised-one,lhe Australian Milling Company -with a capital of £400 OOO, in shares of £20each, deposit j 2 per share-the direc tors as formerly mentioned in the Adel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

, . T E li M S, Vhs If AWKEsnt'BV .vonsm wiUcontiweto be puh* lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor alt I Richmond, und forwarded to all parts of fha Country. ¡he terms ofSibscntrrnnsareSt per Quartet ; and' Subscribers not resident in eider of the abov* towns, must pay in vdvnnce. The quarters end o»" t'ielust Thursday in the months of March, 3tine, ieptember tv<d De. embe \ on whic't days on'^--or previout to thef allotting Monlay can rtiighatïntt ' be receive I, wfdeh must be uccom^aniidjby pay» meat rf nil mouiès du?. Ike chirpcs tor ÍÍDVÍÍUTISEMENTB are Í Fer t\e first inch 3s. ; *atidfor etery inch of space after, ut thc raleof lt for each insertion; a d the num. ber ol' times tn be puhlishtd must be written on the face rf the manuscript, or the ado¿rtittmenls will be continued lilt countermanded, h'on-subsct ibe s must fay the amount previous io the ititi-lion of their uríve tisementt, wh ch must be sent bj ore twelve o clack ti wm, OH Wednesday, and o d¿r$ ta ...

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THE RING. Fight between Brennan and Be[?]ett for £5 a side. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

Fight between Bannan an I tfomett, fir ' ; . , £5 a side, ._' ??' , A \>Tti& *g1it ct«iNi: iffoii Mon îîiy mor:<\u% for- £»^ii-«id«, -be|w^Kit^«»r IV;£"ii»;>, « rad ii aired niickminW. wlioj disiin uisb^il hhisdf iii ftheipma ,firi;í Ü £ÎiO!l. íiühe iih'.!0, Invai^ coli jo ei e j fvagan. «lias M^Oiss'-ck, ih¿ tajinr, üoil h ^young-aspirant for *he fi*in; f-ii«e,.ijainifd UeuniMt* - ¡M «í-^'jSrier bátate libio- ibo ma i rrilnrffd ...fing,i ''.'.j;,"'"", r.W'^^r^ 4*'41* Ihm "ÄHntnii nuil yñúiyg'Joe ibà b.i" kj:-m <*er, Dennett by William JSjíaríiés atid bis biojtiö« l om li^nrieit. " * . \ ' Hound-1 -ri'iiQii sir-pjiing. Iîr*r.r!in appeared mtliT possessednf IM-O «nocb fl/iji, dijiî qui'» coi fldtíftt öf jviiifiiiíjj'he biul« ; li<e:itieit rtvb'T palo. liut determined opon selling to. BvtUn'tt led efl" right ami Mi \ c'avoily btojijiaJ hr Bunnin, when a railv ensued ; equal ishraenl lîiemmii don n. 2--Henntu liiade a t^riible bit,, hat WA...

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HOUGH AND HADDIGADDY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

BOUGH AND flAÜÜIGADDY"* Tlin>-e pugilistic heroes li.ive ot last adjusted the differences that existed between th fin. with out adopting; the silty and disagreeable «kf ma uve of arranging lbe:n through (be mediation of law and lawyers. Arbitrators were appointed by encb party! wbo Laving examined i-ito ibu cause of dispute, recommended Hougii'a friend* to give llutidigaddy ¿5 to piy Ilia law ex penses. Thisadv.ce was immedûlely agteed to, and tba having been handed over to Haddt gaddy.and the stakes placed in the hinds of a respectable stakeholder, it Mas relolved thal (Le fight should ''come off" as originally c»n templnted. Tbe day on wbicb it ia to take place itt not yet named, but will most likely, be fore our next issue.- Imo. We are sorry to say that our little Hero Kins: Cole, of Windaor, has not been fortunato in finely mg a customer. West country Tom was to have unite a deposit of ¿''2 on Wednesday evening hst, to fight bim for £l0 ; both partie*, wvigbeO, ihe countryma...

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PRESENT FROM THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA TO PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

PRESENT" FROM TH % Ii MIRROR OF j RUSSIA TO PJÜÑCE ALBEKT* j Iii* imperial MajíBiy ihe JCinruror of Ilu-ssi* has just t't'-rwiirJfd lo lins country, for prrs~>ntu> (ion to'the 1'iince Con-ort, a most magnificent m'ft, consisting of three ttu.iisti eir;i=««es atul four superb Lor-es of lite purest .Oi leif lilied. ? The callages--a double dtoshky,* cingle d<osh kv'.nitd aa'ejge-ate veajiecii»*Iy hui't in iltv uiosl !fiiiit.jj«d Atv!*, »od ft'iinl un « jill evety re; r*nn\ for iheciitveiyieiic« of ifie J loy*! peraÀtug'e * I.b.,' whute use they are itueiuhid, /J'lieíirBt iva p¿jíii$ag^$1nre iof a very j^ciiiiar And »'«gani c iisfrwciiàn^exclusively natidini), «n.I ,iif .piing . ¡i ' st riki % contrast lo .our. Îln^lisli volutles. Bath <*f thé ciriiüges is jmptiiied io ht? dra*n hy one (horse, which is ¡¡ti-clift! in tte Kiissian - siy'tf, having Hua jiktü ejíjtie Douca rising. ^iî#r_4he ijájtna^a jjjéajj; froiij jj^'iejtrPW'i^y of _ :*>i i lift Híueh ? T...

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THE PURITAN SON. [CONCLUDED] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

TU JE PURITAN SON. . ^CONCLUDED] i My friend,Ire answered, î feel For you ' -God is ttiy' jydge I do Î and here,here is jr$- witness that none ha«c f heavier cause to -feel ilia« I lia \ e ! ¿and tissue : spoke lie opened ñhe ^oorof ott wncr* . chamber, anâisTipwed tb^OseHyr>rÍF»^e<-, piules Ute corpse of a fair»':' 1ig|it-1»^||-jfeä/ youth. Stretched oïi à pallet jßpj, «ti>*i ciau'd beyond ali. 4^aç^ toraMy «ratted io Ute bones 1«:4#^$ff:e^ i he sai i-look. there ,'!,. ;?i£?$Jiip;i «|y«^ ago dial famished, cold, dead carcase was the most ^at^'tliev*«j^ri^M|^0Íhe , brdtfsr, the best, tbé l\ó1>|^^^^h;'jáli. wide England ! .Ifpù-à^^'jliim^sllieites^ ..; there--my bpy^my glorious ^y ï~oli,j God ! last pledge of tny lost angeljivho dying, left lum to my paternal é$$é¿ « inch here is. proved for ever 1 tïen itemcn, ye are answcred^w^cn ~&y ' king's? orders reach me lo yield ^upjthls hold, then will I give it lip^tiH lfiSil, please God I shall maintain it ; ari...

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NEW ZEALAND. (CONCLUDED) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

(COVCLIDBO ) j Aîtliouglt î-lr«ye*in point of climate^ tbe preference lo thc rtîay of Is lands over Auckland,'I would still, for t various other reav-ons, rerouimend Atu-k land iu "preference tb all thc ot her )ct t lemon ls. The emigran t , -besides lite ; climate, and «ven die s< il, must take hito Consideration Futit mHUers as the nearness ol' markets, the fitness of t-oun-, try for other agricultural pursuits.chcajt; ness of living, means of «education, &c. In al] these jespcci-s tire ptefcrencc must be given to,.,AucUand> The soil itt tho immediate vicinity'"of th* ito *h is exceedingly well adapted for tire vine ..md the grape. Within a eircuifofnot »nore than Beven or eight miles, no less limn the remains of twenty extinct vol-} canoes n ny be seen ; and around each of the little hills, io ubich these volca noes formerly existed, the soil is rich, nnd peculiarly adapted for the formation of vineyards-surrounded as they are uiih innumerable small and beau...

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PROROGATION OF COUNCIL. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

I PROROGATION OF COUNCIL. (Prom Ike Australian .j ' The Council met at one o'clock, on Thursday last,the 13th instant; several ladies, and a considerable number of other strangers wete present. His Excellency 1be Governor having; beeu conducted by the Speaker to a seat placed at the left of the Speaker's chair, delivered» the following Address to ibo Cbuhèiii-* Afr, Speaker md Gentlemen, 1 am happy that the 6tate of public busi ness feoablestae «ow to releasti .vou fr*na any fart ber attendance iii this Qmbcil. ; I haye had much, pleasuie dui lng tba course ot the Session which I am now about to close, io being able to co operate cordi» ally "with' the,. Council ha .the passing. ot some measures, from which results may be : expected tofmnchimpottaucé to the colony. lt has been;ioati*sppcialdegiee, a nial ter of satisfaction to me^that by the improve ment in the Revenue 1 have been enabled to concur with you io reducing the duties on the importation or manufacture of Spirit" nous Liq...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, Nov, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE CÔtiNCIïJ T'UESOAY, T$ov, 18. THE speaker notified to the Howse that . j the fiovernor had assented to the follow I lng Hills, vie Customs'Bill. ; I Melbourne Stuphre Votice Ftmds Bill. ! Sydney Surplus Police^Paöds lJilli \ Section ?0 of Sydney Corporation Act ; j suspension Bili. ".,?>?-,'. '? I Seaton 90 of Melbourne Corporation Act j Suspension Bill, I j Tariff Bill, ï [ Censúa Birt- I Catarrh-in Sheen Ant Amendment Bill, i Metallic Ores B#> ; Í .' Apptopiiátióü mik/.;' : j Sayings Baaks» Loans to Corporations : Billi and v ,TpojHtoe fttulit Bill and the Lien on Wool Ä'c| ftepef 1 Jïiil if ere reserved;for the sig ; uifícation .¿JT-he r.Majes ty *« frfeasurelfcereonJ A petition fromtbe district of üroulee] I nra« Tead a^tlTecei-reti praying the Council i to recoin mérid the withdrawal of tíie »ame. of Mr. Flanagan froui the Commission ol) ' the Peace, , j I The Colonial Secretary laid upon the j Table the Return, to an A Jd tess respecting j ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER[?] THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

.i i i lilliv '^FxioVs w^et çrery alter»i»te f hursda.v, t at Wo9t£#0W£s¿ *J>w»îel O'Connell Inn, 'Thompsons Square. Tn«-' Loria Pnwca»av WALES XODCK, -M^U.iirneet- every aMernnle Monday, at liest il'hornpsonV Macquarie Arms, ^ .Macquaiîe-btree^'-^Vifldflor^ mmmamÊmmmmmmaiHMmmmmmBimmÊmmmm'.

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