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

nt jCfci ,,. Ti ew>e-two*, « *» |»«*wiou«Ji'g ne *nd it o, j ou i ".TUS* ^«.ll^a^bjM. glirt^aftw} 4io«*, . - vdlsgi gteçn» , », .. j >» - IC"-/' - ï-i, t tromihe jt»»i J 'Those-y ou di Jul davs'^tam-ua sr« çone/'they . c«»ntt «Iwave lasK;> c * ? More »u»«ly thoughts nowell theTrrind, grav«*| : lites the j»î*rè <it g*y( - .Your vnxto'us car* tu btruuiss eiujdova .you all tbed :'y ; ' ?'? .Your lumpy clean ïfiresula at <? your bolt!» liad yot.r f ijrad y - hui the»« for ever will »ol last t-tltey all tuutt - im e an cud ! . * ' Loci >n the future time and tlnnx, say twenty vears to «oui*, " Vöur itjov'glils ttn Hu¡e-«p diif^ni no«cy Will le- i' you f.tr it om lunn* ; *i he iiaj a lut auw uio past seem nought, to come appt-ars «tinge. T.tnô wails for no one, rich or poor. you'It»ooi/ assume »he sage! 'J hen »uaU' hay w-hilo tho-cun «hin*«,, the mo to's good : nd «vise. -?. Drier not l»H to rnorrotv-j-ns sun to thee rcay . aurertmsj ??T. W tun's.-doue i...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THE PROROGATION OF COUNCIL. AND PROSPECTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

.?--?» :.r,,-.... ... . . ? i --Í THE PROROGATION OF fOÜNClLi AND PROSPECTS OFfTHECOKWY. ON thursday last the 13th instant, his Excellency Ufe Goveraor ^prorogued Hie «législative Council in person, and pro ; nooncod the vice-regal Address, witch .will be. found in another xöluoin of this .paper. v His "Excellency, -in rréfercirçe ip iJ»e Address of the Council to the HomeiGo verameut on^the-subject of I migration,, says, that he had j»leas»rô 4n supporting ï: the recommendation .of the Committee ast ; to the revival of Immigration j, but that lie hadadvised tlie usecaution in enter* ing into Tiew *epgagej»fljnjg,'^pffrtierilarly ¡ 'J -with regard io Ate;' ft8n^i&f persons to be introduced into the Colóny. 'We folly-' nagree Avith his'Excellency, oií this point, .particularly if due »care heriot taken in ' the fcelcótiüivof he Immigrants to<be sent to us. ¡h. should mot ?be forgotten that this is,a matter.of equal importance to tlie Mother «country and the Colony,...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

¿To tfte'Infiabitttnls of ïrindsor^Ilichmond,; ?and the Diiiïicls nf'the lïctckeébûry. -«LYA 'Inhabitants ol' the above Dis-" "ti tels, that he has resumed his former ^Profession of PUACTICAL CHEMIST, cou: mected »villi the GENERAL DRUG ?U«ïNE*S, s .To wfticiifie has added t lie H)iL, GROCERY,Am ti'A'LIAN . , WARES,v ÏÏo those esterai ve >Premises lately -.iji'ij »the oecupittion-of alf . lornas l^biíit, ï George street, Windsor;-having' laid <in M STOCK 'HTwin^é:1ftl«tt-fè^a^ "lions, .selected with great care ano 'tia-* ?ïBtnatiotiv^whera, i»y unremutrngtndus 'try and attention, lie relies on receivings rt hat kindness and patronage he befo JG *so extensively enjoyed» v < He won l d alió ifc- ílie sáthe *i|ro| op ¿ Tserve¿ thal 'lté Mías th ade arráng^nf "for a periodical 'Sàpjrly of íM0%mÍ: CHEMICALS from one öf tlnv first practical Houses ki London. Physicians, Surgeons, and Family .t'resoripfcions accurately dispensed. Every description of BOUSE, -CAT (r...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

A speci«l.iQrei.6)¥.'ll^iagiíaf^e Merpbers ol the atrove 'Soíciéty wasliéld at the Äsy>; lom,on Monday, the lOtU instant, at, two oclôckyp M., thé Vice-Président, Tbbmas Tebbutt, Esq., in the chair. *Fhe wefting was sailed fer the <purpose of appointing a Superintendent forthe Society s stock, at present running*t Mpç4d^verppol Plains, for which office *Bv*ra. tandera >k|jk4jeen sent in A committee «was ^pp«Bii »ti the motion of F. Beddek, Es<i.,Ho^c3|»6ider the tenders, when the Ute;supjeTirite|dp|nt. Mr. William Nowland, pf Moofcy *f8 Te* appointed. " , i The meeting-iJeitt"con»ider*d what course should be pursued by them in mak-. ing on application lb the' G over hme nt for the amount-or a proportionate pan-ac cording to the SocietyV {rinds, ol' the late ? vote of theCegislatrye Council of. the sum of £-600 towards the support *rf amènerai : HospitaHn Windsor. Mr. Beddek moved that a portion of the funds of the Society ; be appropriated exchishrery to ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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RISE AND PROGRESS OF BRITISH TRADE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

UlSfi AN© JPßOGRESS ÓF BiÚTííiH" .. ' '^RÄÖR IN CHINÁ: [ \ THE first attempt of fh.e |SugJish to nego - tiate with tho. Chíueseí.was/ made iii the reign pf Elizabeth, who.in'íhe yeâi 1596.* filled ont (liif;8 ships, under (U« command "oí G? nj lin, iii AVooclj. yh.im kjift^flifusfesdj . *vtfh¡ ' j^M^r#^> ^^j^j^^^st^pl^.^ "VUhviill means necessary...lb eii%ui# \\W cueces* of bis /undertaking. , Äs ihési veSfiéls w«íre never afterwards heàVcil of, na Hiuther «tteuipt «eeurs to-have been made,, by Uer Majesty; and speculation in this quarter remained ina;:'iv« for rri3ny years. Ikt'curikf! -SS-.h of May, 1G37, an English' ^flotft of five ships Appeared fur the firs! 'time ûif ftiacio, tlieu i;i possession of th*1 ?pnviuytivse. Thiouüh the animosity ol these rivals, who lost no opportunity ol prejudicing the Chinese against the F.ng ."jish.,lhe, expedition was bift.partially, «ûc-. -eessfuí, . A in|Jlâr?5jbs,dlaken place, which, -upon. uur/witf»dr¿«¥KÍi from*!he country, c.insiid ano...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

m&tömmt... avisas??» i.--' LE'lt iïît-lMlliîsS PIUNTHNÖ ot: cvety description jyerformeïl willi imatiiesE and dispatch, »t Sydney pr ices, .iiwnelyi LawTWins,"Bill Heads, Cards* and -Labels, Circulars, t'o'sterà and HaodWlls, -¿&c.¿ &«;»&<:. .' '

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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DEATH OF JOSEPH SO[?]MES ESQ., M. P. FOR DARTMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 November 1845

DEATH 0K.IOSKIMKSÖWKS. F?Q., M. IV poa OAimiüUiii. Ii is with .much regret, lint wo announce the all but su(l<l«u il oat ii of Joseph Homes F.sq,, Member for Dartmouth, and tl»a m >st extensive shipowner in the I'ort of I.)nJon, On Tuesday uiorniajr, .'Ur. Seines left In's resi gnen, in (bo Uotv.ioid, in his usually good health ami spirits, for the purpose ol'.mend ing a mi! way committee of lite , lipase of Commons. A few minutes befure lie quitted his house, lie trnnsnfel budines J with Mr. Symons, chief clerk of the Thames Police Court. About two o'clock lie was suddenly taken iii, in one of the committee rooms of the House iVedied aid was instantly cdled <n. Ila was conveyed to hu own residence with all convenient expedition, and died yes terday mornit g The melancholy event caused a pie.it sensation in the eastern part of the metropolis, and especially «long bath banks of tile river. lT|.on 'Change it. was the pro» minent topic of conversation, for he w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

^^^^ , thirteen «irpiitfc Mâ&ff * *e* - «t$:f* $le j"! ^guwied ¿rank '* énitgu; -Hy military esperance )w* » fbthrHimited, ttlthougb my arri our »a abounded. 1 plumed myself, not , lillie, on rcceivíug tlús mark .«( m îSeVereigt/s confidence, forwich 1 tool it to be. My destined .post waa tb ?wall country to*» of ~,of » biel I was lo become^comutandant, and ttrik awe into all offenders <«gaiust tlie Jaws when culled ou to act byvibe proper au thorny* I accordingly wade my pp pearancc-ivtiii my troop*, one fine after noon, in the town of C -, and re lie ved a detadinwnt^fanother regimen trora duly nheíe. pf ; entered into «1 agreement with Ute landlord of ¿be im to board and lodge me, lhere "being n< accommodation* lo the snidlt b.trrstk tit for an officer. About «even o'clocl tu tito «vening, p^be day of atv aniyal aif** pour jfast0rJlf^iei^p$" 1 wu's ot lempting fi translation from Schiller ^D^^«4'(ton.^ér^$ck<t,t ¿nd hat got al.lar is {'{ ....

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

Nov. i8.-Tbe schooner Haw«, 45Tons, Winter, masler, ft oin Auckland the 15th ultimo, with copper.ore, {»um, &c, : 18-The rbaiqu*-JT<MM*fer*r.244 tons, SmUh, maste/. from the Whaftng.Grotnuis, with sperm oil i lett* Sydney, 12th Juue, 1845-Fotheringham oWner,' 19- .The schooner Susannah /fun, G2 tons, Hensley, mästet', from Port Nichol son the 29th October* with oil, fcc. ! 29r-The cutter Lucy Ann, Sheridan, , master, From Launceston tb.« 9th and. Port Stephens the 20th Instant, with sundries. 21 r-The steamer Maitland. Í03 toas. Parsons, master from Port Macquarie and Port Stephens with wool. &u." . 23.-Tbe French whaling ship Colon, 336 tons, Bourgneuf, master, frotu'th* Whaling Grounds, with ÍQ00 barrels black «nd 129 barrels «perm- oil j left Havre de Grace, in April, 1844. » 23-The French whaling ship Manche, 390 tons, Gilles, master, from the Whaling Grounds, With 1150 b «freís black"* and 50 oairels s oe rm oil ; left Havre de Grace, m May, 1844. ' r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

TERMS. , - Tn'irA#KE6DL<ny COÖ^KR^tlconttniittef¡ipub tithed every Thhndny morning, tn IVindior att i ttichmond, und formardtd to ell parts of th» Country. .< >'?' ? The term of Si'Mommoji are Ht per Quarter f and Subicribrrttwt retideniin eùhsr «J< th* a bove tou'nt. nust fiat) in advance. Th* tputrttrtend o% t ie last Thursdtit] in the monthi of March, June, ief>Umier wd De *mbe ,p« which daysonty,or tireviùm to th*f«Vötting Voiday canreiignqtimt be receive I, which' mutt be accont uiiLdJ)g pay* meat nf ntl monist dúi. L Vhe ch ¡ree* t*'r ADVERTISEMENTS ara : For *'<# first inch 3s. ; a nd for every inch of $j>üce offer, «i the rate vf is for each insertion j« dthtmtt»* ber of limet to tie imblithtd must be written on the face rf the manuscript, or the ado.rti>ement*vill be continued till countermanded. Sou-tubicibe t must ¡iuy the amount previous t" the intetiouof their ailve tisemenu, v>h ch mutt bs tr nt bf (¡re twelve ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

V A il I JíTI¿g, We copy the ,foí)ó*ing amusÍng airl.» verJisement fram ib^^ In inoderaijon placing iM ioy Ifjort/* . ; XV Lo s*r s l'oi sven druuk. lbs tills o »tory ~ Having unfortunately^ a very srnall income, ami being" /Jfke,roany of <my neighbours) rather fond a a dkrapAvthe Cray thur** in moderation," I had feast* ed my imagination (since the passing of the Tariff Bill), upon getting * teeto« taliously exfluctified* for a shilling ; but I now find ii can't bc done for tile mo ney. Ail tiic Sydney BONIFACES are in league against me. The duty on rum has been reduced nearly two-thirds, and on brandy exactly one half; and yet the publicans, I perceive, have propos ed, with extraordinary liberality^ to reduce tiieir spirits in price (how much the other way is not stated,) ONE SIXTH ! Thus rum is to be per glass, and brandy 5d, .* I wish they may get ii." Shade of Dick Swiveiler, and other "choicespirtts." hear ye this 1 The for. mer pi ice, when the duty was more than d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

Wff M®1Q |i; îiTTJi«-l»Jtlia« HUjmNG. tot] performed -Witif ui«tii09^44KÍ dispatch, «r Sv4«»*y prices ymW«ly.líaw/fí'ótrti6, HiH HêBda, Cards and Labels, ]0iW&1a'T&t'ostéirs anä Handbills To Sportsmen, PügfetcjSöÄfe. ÀÎ^> Brauns. JUÄT tf?feÉ#ep, andón Sale ali ilwOSte »f'titi* O^jîPf,* a f*oi of* *if»te*idid *lCi"?ft KS, Miîlàffi^rtty tfbbve jw*tói£ «íiicli will'tye4 «ip3ßfcdi>fi

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[?] [?] THURS[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

'TUB ^ HT»tt^e?«/Dímíer(>Cotro«li inn, f.*t Hoit jl^oiBp«ou3'«,u*IprTquarw * ^c ^rlacquaile Windsor. -* vj ifc.d LBSMBMbRM«SSMiRÍB«K«»

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LORD STANLEY'S NEW LAND SALES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

Ct) a Readers aredoubtless a#&»efyßlqrä* Stanley has in^ tords " a Bill io amend an iAct intituled, «n Act for regulating Uíé^lÁte'-of .V^alie, JLands beloD¿«05 to, the Grown in tilexA*us«| iralian Colonies ; e^i'd ^to^V^^lwrtlief^ provisions for the management thereof/' We subjoin'a slight ^^cli.^f^hi^^yisi*; moni of.:thâtBiU.'--'T4ie''%ret',ç^oW{ai^ powers her M^jest^^ in her nairne, or ^ii^ beBaîf, té grant a . leanor aiiy; ^is^^pndVof tlie' Crow« ; in ^^^(^ta^w^ ' 6oioliieB>»:resjßry-., ing ail arinualna3^eiit%)4ier .Majesty'for and in -«^s|^^Vcic%|^pil«>: withjftclaugß'. of forfeiture and Ä piórao-for -re-entry«in« ¿ase ti non;f>8ym¥i^. ^ThejsèÊônd clause after reserving to her 'Majesty «ny minerals lying in; or under &ny"lànds-^o jêa?èd, pro vides that »he said Leases shall he offered by Put lie Auction to the Jiigheist bidder, due notice, of such Public Auction, toge ther wUha specificationvof the Lands to be leased, having been first given by the''&a...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

^ΫB,-III it .triffthat a^^çeriB^^^j^meitober of tue légál profession! (rf windsor, ii tu. recently, rtWll|jdt«*4ft«^^ tim« jderciinf %is;-t.^ Police Office regularly Ají- Í'uéaíay*¿%ijfl. S iturJey's, to enable biro tb 1Sud f* tn»t»#r". ibfetbe eau turn io advantage, BA *V to yleblbttri ibe'eaur .noua «iim.nf Two Slfdfinfcs apd Six Fenoe S<er ling, aa a retntfiieraMeu for bis« Valuable'Her ri. e-e*s *:*6iirV^ ?? ¥1- ^ ' . ViArOh. ;{*: «iiui«tí*' rt» (hr above Affect %ffs reache'l our Office. We ara almost confirmed in our opinion tbatepcU;is tba «tfoa from the "fact ibat a paiaifrapHi üaa fcppttiraä 4íbHer the, f*e«fil «f Windsor," in last Tuesday's U ar* S il " believed io,b? from ijRsjwriVf.iliii^lbrialless" raeih'ieralluded ib by *'Vi<jtrfr,''piifpörtlng to give iba Police 'intel¡í«»nce of bo« day Jaet we»*, bi.'t which v^e are fnciined to .belie va isa Idttg situ y «bdui-rr-»botbihjrt' UrtUesran many Writers * baVe'lately 'V^'Vted Jyi'' ib ; fyindsc-r "tnf...

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SUPREME COURT. THU[?]SDAY, Nov, 20. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickenson. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

. « » » SOPRË.Mfê COÚftt. T>u SD AÏ. NÖV. 20. ,; B*für<> bis HonorUr.^jatl^pjuikerkàn, , Mobjzv ï'fty/on-TW» w¿!s *n:action of t#$Hr !bri»^gM sMqnifc to Wcpve| frp?b ib^deTepdaù£, &jj^Yti?aylor vSfa'täea tor defamation of character, in ¡ toilif cSnè»Î%fe'Âp1^tïttff a'\W«T anil I a robber, and a récriver bf stole« pi operty. .and in haviog stated that he the «aid plniu IJ Th^aeîeiiàaalpha^eà the^epè^J .i-isúe-, Messrs Windeyer and prbad'hurstj ap« ^ear>d îo* Íb¿*p\'8i\fttfa,, MrrïjkrvaH aud i'-MK Dowïi »g for the déYebfcé.. .. . Mr. broadhurst haTiftiî opened 4hë plead ings, the «phûsel cousu Ued. together rela tive to aii adjû&ttnéot o? the th J tte rat issue-, without -fiátt^w\-:pt!C^eáíií(^':-^üh ÍVir. " Darvall on tba .part of the defendant nt«, ted, thfttJÜhp said defèp|an|,had used the ^exp ressions', contained ïn^, jthç^, ,<Stîèïa'rojti j ii "Whîîè itftd^ that fae had no meaning whatever for "the Words ^^fttWr'iflbiiip^lbgy^^ acce...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (Continued from our first page) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. {Continued from our first page J In the Times of the 18th July, we learn that the Jewish Disabilities liepoval lidl .Inly 1^0m^mmf^^i^í^ 1ieàd»qit«rt«w to^onsirt of:4l»*MÍ»S»wí»/Í *pany. ^Tbc whole wjlll number |9, »er geaüts.lS co^p^^^ 278 ] ^r|fatef(^^*^>oip^ii. and «hîldreh1 "Tn'ettobps are ordered to march from ifatsj gai rison nu iFriday, the 48ih áuBtaoí, and j 'embark from the Custom-irons^ quay at ; ...'Çirayeseud Op board the »hip Castle Eden, of 1000 tons, new measuteuVent. The .following officers also 'embark "with the' ,- troops :~J¿ieutenant Colonel IL K* Bloom-, ^¿eid,. Captain / Edward Moore, Captain' ' Alexander Cogkbora, C$\fcAÍú$&?3evvQr,., Lieut"and Adjutant L A. »oyu"*ïiieutl F. ^utfy 'Bbwes, Lieutenant H. »V Bait, En algo -;Hi''' W^^6aiài^ito1^n'.'-1îr.5 Gpode, *OüartérWaster Josépíi % Giá/r^lba Dr.-j Hadley, The destination *f the bead .c*quaiters Hobart Tpwn, and 4hev leave : bpbiod at -^Kb^i^iioii^J^^iB^^eel,'^ captains, 5 ¿mba} ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

4i fappraMe qpportumty ta an industrious , married fimpié. frith a small *&pit i, ' %fii/:t^ u3jL' libribrtp annbVnop.AhYt'w has fe« NBeiyefl íostriíciíbnVioséllby public auction, ' *>n TUESDAY, ihè^fb ïay bKbecethber. ««.xl. ba the g rou nd, shu »te at " Sbinmèrs t Tiówh.¡r ©ear tba ? Windsor ïioad, and A prath*« Hill, ai?ÏÂ^ clock, J J ,:, A neat and t^\^p^Í^w*t¿át^.Cáiñ^9t' tyitb {ouifRootn*, alardeó cpiitaining some . 'choicejFruit Trees and w&\\Jmo&àniu.' It , : fro/itsi {tbft ^U,^i>f»J^4-'Í^áik^fioáét and , /is .IO! roods deep.:< , j, " ^ . Title otie^^ <cumbrances., iv ?"* * ' Terthx rààÏÏê kñoah at Salé. '^tyntifá,#w.táf 1845, ; ?" '''..'^WlTO.Dkttá AND OTHERS. "l^pttCË is beteby giveu.tbát all Per-; ' ! fi\ sons desirous of tendering fur the Erection pf the GRAND STAND, on the Windsor Race Course, wilt be pleased to - «end in thett sealed tenders to Mr. Richard Sheriff; Georg** street, Windsor, on or ' 'before Wednesday, t...

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DEPARTURE OF THE EXPLORING EXPEDITION. FURTHER P[?]TICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

ikràiuiïiîi: O,F THE ' feïiîLyitiWG EXPEDITION. runiBEH VilíTlCULMIB. . I The preparations necessity for lue iirerioj journey liav« at Jenglb been .completed, th< .puny organized, and lie «'bole, aa «re reportée in our last Cou'«! i E, mo*ed off.tn good orqVi .Voni, i'»r|-Mmaii«. Tb» construction of porta. *b|e. Upai« |íH»:íbe«i a^primirfobject in (bes ?préparai ¡Olia; abd |»«t to that, the formation ^f the drav airnrels, Which air« ajit, in m-icli 4att.a<il diougbi, t©. k$miik,'..-«od become un «trf44Ji>rtb!e, Jtotb , tbess o^jíct» ii**a ibeeii tiMDnded to 4>o «LU «eo«iiion, and at is con «Jaiitly liop*d --tutor Üi»11»»% witi na sijorily prepped "to travel «0? tw^-^rI'bt boot«, t«ro in" number, lu vé been, rojide oj 4 *n*y ^\J r, . SujuUi. of S^Í4^rt; *nd-ÍJÍiB «.jn, *iruciion 3híh£ iîa^ on a ^t)fie tjpw j'riiici' teipie; rfiit part Of ibe >*^1o'^o|y ap^aratut tia most creddiable I« our «oíeny. . JKacb boat 4a wade jo l*« parts, as if a 4toat «rafe cu...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. FROM THE LATEST PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 November 1845

ENGLISH NEWS. j , MOM THE tATK<T PAf'EUS. Jut ''THAMES XJJUND I tut A ITA-'On' i.ha 9 iib, .'5 h, and Üdtb.ot'Juno lust, the river Tharne* presented H scene of gaiety, enid to he u»: iMocjc-lenled. Tue occasion which attracted *uch vast ctowtis to the limit,s «ras the 4 hames (irani! He«« ita. which was established in I ttl j, 'or if.« purpose hy the revival of the interest <f beating, of relieving the boat hiii'dmn trude from tbe degression it bad sulfured in' consequence of tbd vast increase of t>lra<ners I leven matchee vere pulled in the three lavs for priZ'S nf ibo value of 150 -guineas ; Jownwurdf, und tba character nf th« eport wa» uicli. as to i>xóite.nriiv«rsal admiration. Tlie, roost interesting «mich wartf ie SMJOnd bC he laet dav, namely, the Chum pion Prize nf t '0 sovereigns, for four oared boats, open to .ll the world. It Wea nwed in three beats from Putney to Chiswick Kyot.and was contested by be Lambeth, Hammersmith, Coorabes's...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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