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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, , The anti-transportation agitation continued. A meeting had been called at Campbell Town ; and a petition to the Queen had been got up, to be signed by the women of Van Diemen's Land/praying the fulfilment of her royal promise that transportation to Van Diemen's Land should finally cease. Free Female Immigration. — A public meeting of persons interested in the pro motion of free female immigration was held in the room lately occupied by Mr. Canna way as a school, on Monday evening last, in accordance with a request from the Lord Bishop: of Tasmania. About one hundred and fifty gentlemen assembled at the hour fixed for the meeting. The Bishop was moved into the chair, and read the letter by Mr. Sydney Herbert to the Morning Chron icle, developing his plan for assisting the distressed women of London to emigrate to Australia; and also a letter from Mr. Her bert to himself, in furtherance of the same object, and praying his assistance and in fluence in securing the ...

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

To the Elitor of the ' Bxthicrst Free Press.' Sill— As I have oponly declared myself f.ivorablo to the resumption of transportation, and (is many of my faunas have expressed their astonishment at iny doing so, and have desired to hear my ru;isous— t hope you will favour mo with an opportunity of shewing, through thu. medium of the Free Press, that 1 have grounds on which to found my arguments in lavour ot such a stato of tilings. I think there is much force in the arguments advanced by those who viow the. mutter in. a pecuniary light; but that path I leave untiwly to oth -rs to pursue, and shall myself tako it up merely as a philanthropist, and whilu I do so I must confess that I am entirely at a loss to account for the actions of, I think, some of tho best men in the colony. I start then by observing that the primary design of transportation was the reformation of the offender; aa.l as far as my observation has gone, it has certainly answorei the end lor which it was designed; imle...

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PUBLIC OPINION ON THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

PUBLIC! 'OFfPlilaifiM'-S PORTAT ION £)UEStldtf-: Mh ? ?' '-?-?? The petition, against -the -resumption'5 of transportationf in ^any?ishape ofS 'fqfin^pr under iany conditions;. ihas; been- corbmitt^j tot thejcare.of.Mr. £uttor for.preaentajiorrtb the Legislative- Council,v;/Fherev; were -at-'; tacnea/to the petition, at the time of de«: livery,- OneThpusand. and Fifty .-five names. . Signatures from the cpuntry have since been received and duly..: forwarded -amounting in all to 257. - thus .making the sum total of male adult anti-transportationista whorhava signed the^etition in this district, Thirteen. Hundred and Ttoelve ! .*. -The good people of Carcoarheld .apqbljc., meeting. and adopted a petition. ,., of their own, to. which they obtained 250 aignaturert.r From this cis montane region therefore, Fifteen Hundred and Sixty-two, votes huve; b.een recorded against the modified or any other system of transportation. We must not omit to men tion that some of those employed, to procu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

ERaATA.— Sketches of Indian Life, Canto lltli, 3rd line, foe 'gr-at.' read greet ; 18th line, for ''sjiirit-lciiye' read spirii-cave. . Canto 12th, 11th lini'i for ' your '' read thy; last line, for ' Roil Mau's ' read Red Man's— In the leading1 article of last week, headed; 'The Question of Questions,' read Jupiter used to decide the late of. men and nations, instead of ' justice,' &c.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

BIRTH. At the Presbyterian School House, William-   street, Bathurst, on Monday, the 23d instant, Mrs. Whitelaw of a Son.        

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

IMPOUNDED   At Blackman's Swamp on the 7th September, 1850,     from Kangaroo. Bay :                       One black and whitb backed bullock, branded off'rump   TB with T under.               One white bullock, branded off rump TC, off shoulder   8 2                                 One black sided white backed bullock, branded, near ribs   not legible.               One red cow, bra...

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Settlers' Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST.             Wheat, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d.         Flour, MillPrices -         Fine, £10 per ton         Ditto, Seconds, £9       Bran, 2s. 6d. per cwt           Hay, from £1-10s. to £2 per ton           Corn, from 2s 9d to 3s per bushel           Butter, fresh, 1s to.1s 3d per lb. '

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

miscellaneous Extracts. Railway Through the Alps. — M. Mans, the Sardinian engineer, has pub lished his report on the gigantic operation of boring through the Alps in constructing the railway from Chambery to Turin. The tunnel will be finished in five years, and the expense, including the laying down of a double line of rails, will, according1 to his estimate, amount to 13,000,000 francs. The French engineers calculated the cost of boring ? the Saint Irenee mountain at 24.000,000f. To my certain knowledge, some of our greatest wits in your poetical way, have not as much real learning as would cover a six pence in the bottom of a basin ; nor do I think the worse of them ; for to speak my private opinion, I ana for every man's work ing upon his own materials, and producing only what he can find within himself, which is commonly a better stock than the owner knows it to be. —Swift. I' The Emperor of Russia has issued an official notice to the officers jai the army of occupation in Mold...

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SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF AN UNPROTECTED FEMALE. SHE HAS AN INTERVIEW WITH HER LEGAL ADVISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

SCENES ' ? :1KQM THE LIFE OF AN ?'^NfRiTEGTEI- FEMALE. ; : -SHB;HASlANV;iNTERVIEW V WITH -;HER LEGAL '^.^feWdrVADviisER.1^''''::,:. ??:? ScENis.~-ThevPa;TlouE in. Coram-street. She ha3''shownf^r Aunt's Will to her At 'torneyj''who- has come by appointment to advise wifhr'her upon it. ' : Attorney ^^ (examining the Will, and ^ other :pa)^rs^!^H]Bi~hm^hm ipart de^eaTecl^pi legatee'^ I estate— so it will have to bs charged rifith the ??me legacy dutyvias; a gift in hia jjifetime^ and then, you see,-it will- have Xahe included J; in, the estate in the estimate for paying probate ' duty thereon, and be chargeable again yirith le gacy duty, because, as you .ire aware;' it's liable to duty in Timmins' ha,nds,.to whom the.legatee- leftit by, his will.,. That's ?sa-r tisfactory. . ,.;? r ?; .-. ^..,^: ??:;;,';; -,..??? j'?, , Unprotected Female (whbse breath and understanding have been auspended during the above, heaving a long sigh.) Yes— very -r-but I don't quite understand about it; ? ; ;...

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PUNCH'S POLICE.—A VERY MELANCHOLY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

'???? prtgcPi^Si^WB^lllplNil '^Steiday^ gentleman of the . nameoofr ^qWsii'Cariyie^ wasv ibrought; before :.-Mr; - punch, charged with being ^unable - toctakei care of his oV# literary reputation— a very first-ratfe? reputatibp vuntil'- av few. months n»at— but now-, 'in consequence of the reck less' ari^ 'alarming1 conduct^ in a most 'dangerbuscondition ; indeed, in the opinion of veryT competent b authority, fasVoittking; ^ .7':-*;a«. ^?-?- --c^iA..:r-.hr/i , -vThe i office was crowded by. many drstin guiahedVpeVBonsi. all of them manifesting, the most tender anxiety towards the ac cused ^wtibi' however. did not seem to feel the ! BeriduaneM 'pfy^hU situation'; -but; on; thfr contrary ^witHJ- folded ariyjs'and Jdeter-;: tnioeda expression ntbf ! visage, called the; worthy' magistrate' (Mr. Punch) la .-.'* wind bag;*' a; ,i* Serf Vbf flunkeydom,' and ' an ape _-' -rf^he;1Dead!;Sea;';.:;: i-'-': ': ? ? ' K^::;^ iJohn/Nokes^a policeman with a literary turn; proved o that he had long ...

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TO J. B. DARVALL, ESQ., MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR THE COUNTY OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

rp J::. B. DARVAtL, , .ESQ.. MB^B^ of tM LEarstAT-iyip coji^ci'C FOR/THE ^0Ui^Y p^i;BAXfijtJHiSii!.: SiRjr-rl have the honor, aavGhairman! of the Committee of Bath urat Eleptprs,7?toi trans mit the, accompanying, reply ife^yoxyryAHr- dress, on the .important aubje.ct«of. trans-, portation. ,':.? ? ' \- -^ , t-i-.-.-^-^iiz^?!-. *?i^V:, Aa a ;very i strong feelings b. entertained, byv a,large majo/ity of, the. elector^ andjnon-. electors ottneqi8trict;ageiin3t';taerjBriew.4l: of tranaportation: uader-anyirCohditioFiBtb. thi8 colony, I am. iriatructedv by the Gom tnittee. to entreat ; your-; f. avourabje, consider- » ation.of their wiahes in , thia. vitally., i.mpor tan.t ajieatio.n. -,- ? ?-. . ,:::,.,,,.,,;.Jf.,:;y^^,;..;.; The Committee incline toitheopinionthat; you would be justified (notwithstanding your opinion, might be., at- variance with, those., of your constituencies) in the: unfet^ tered exercise of your judgment and;d.iscre-: tion in all matters appertaining: to,. -local ...

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WHO IS THE CORRUPTER ? [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

WHO IS THE CORRUPTER ?. ( From the Examiner.) At a public meeting held in Dublin, con vened to agitate against the abolition'' of viceroyalty, Mr. H. Grattan made.; this statement in support of a charge of general corruption against the Imperial Parlia ment:—' ?'?' '''?? ? ?? ?' ?' ':/ ? ; ' ' ' '?' : '? - ' He could assert that on one occasion when he sat on a commiitee of the House of Commons, he was ofFered a bribe ,- of t5000 ; but be rejected the base bribe in the British House of Commons (applause). rhe H^usevof Cbmrnons sat'.ivith cloied doors on the jobbing of two', of their OWa .^em^^r»E^QJ^decided:;:by^aam'ajoritv of one whether those members, should be acquitted of the charge or 1 convicted^ of infamy for life.' ' 'Ir tifus' implied ICtKailthe^ majority; for the acquitt&l of the- accused bbmihierHwas '''ob- tained by. bribery,- not-having been so sera. pulpus-as.'MjC. .-.Grattari; , Can so grave- io disgraceful a charge . ba suffered to - rest here ? . Is it not d...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

'To'''tteEdUofof^'^ Sia»--There.is.sonie i ^iss^tisfacfioiiin.the /nmda or the .people-pf 'Carcoar,'b'n* account' of ~\h$ .manner in, which 'it is 'proposed* to 'drviae'th'e.'. rflward^for'tlie apprehension ot Barry. .. With Jthe exceptiqn-qf a fewpounilsj'to be' reserv'e.dL .foj-.tpraper; itas/in tended. I hear, that the whole be given to -the Car coar Argus, alias the watch-house Keepe/, Alex ander ;.Quinno7 Now,; Mrt^ditbr^sl,:dp: not/fqr. a moment mean, to insinuate that .Mr..; A,. -Quinn did not' perform his ' duty j but? -it1 was 'perforroed under circumstances 'which leavea very small mbdiV cum rof merit to his shared There;wa3 about as much merit in his apprehending 'Barry as there wpuld have ; been in capturing a 'druhkkrd;and it strikeVme/ra-; ther forciblyias it does'rnariy more, that if his apprc hension did depend upon the skill, expertness; and: activity of our Carcoar watch-house keeper, that tKe same1 Barry, instead of being/ well-cared-r for' under government-superi...

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THE DESPOTIC POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

TH E DESPOTIC POWERS. fFrom the Express, May Zlth.y The rage of those Powers, whose system of government reposes on the hangman and the bayonet;,' knows no bounds, because the English Minister has coerced Greece into respect. These very powers i have annihila tep. Uracow and taken possession -of it, because it politically offended^ them. Rus sia has subdued Hungary, and still occu pies the Danubian principalities; Austria garrisons the Romagna. The French have bombarded Rome, occupy it, and whilst they have handed over its every liberty to the Pope, they are suspected of exercising Coercion even' on the Pope himself, WllO Is prohibited from absenting himself from the city. ' ' '.:...'.'.'..'....,' . Amidst all these monstrous breaches of the rights of nations and of sovereigna, England had made a display, of force ap parently for a very small . purpose. The government of Grreece haying committed divers wanton wrongs on British subjects,, and even on British officers, King Otho has b...

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Sydney and Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

* Sydney and Country »ewa. ' Military Discharges. — Upwards of one hundred soldiers of the eleventh regi nient will be discharged from the service fit the -end - of the present month. Of course the individuals selected will be picked men, but it is very queBtionable that they will be the best aort that are picked oat. Numer ous discharges have already been carried into effect; So that the garrison is by no means crowded at the present moment, there being, we believe, only between three and four handred soldiers in quarters. — ^People's. Advocate, Sept. 14. /- t: ; Mb. William Smith O'Buibn.— We ;have received information from a source vthat can be relied on, a» to the true par ticulars of Mr. O'Brien's attempted escape, which appeared to be somewhat enveloped in :my8tery.: Since last January Mr. O'Brien was allowed considerable liberty at Maria Island. . From that period up to about three weeks of 'bis.attempted escape, he was accus tomed to walk alone, and without any sur veillance...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

?Colonial]' ?'Bxiraoik. :- PORT PHILLIP^ — ..Mount Macbdon.- — The Victoria Colonist' remarks that Mr. W. J. T. Clarke', whose purchase of . an extensive tract of land: 'at Mount Macedon we recently chronicled', has offered tojease for a period of years the whole of his purchase, with the accompany ing privilege of the ;pre emptive right of occupation, of .78,000 'acres of land, at 1 2£ per cent, on the purchase, money— ?£ 26,000, which would yield a rental of £3250 for the occupation of the land, instead of £60 or thereby, which is staled to be the. amount received by the government under the pre sent - squatting system.— Mait/and Mercury. SfoiRTiNQ.'— The celebrated Van Diemen's Land race-horse Swordsman has been ship ped at Launceston for South Australia, having heen purchased for the campara tively small sum of £350 cash, by Mr.' P. B. Coglin, with a proviso that should Swordsman c^rry off the ; Town Plate . and the Brewers' Plate at the ensuing Adelaide November races, Copley i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

We do not identify ourselves with the opin- ions of our Correspondents.        

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Original Poetry. SCENES IN THE [?] SINCE CONVERTED INTO THE [?] OF NEW [?], BRITISH AMERICA. ON SKETCHES OF INDIAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

' '0r^h2^'l.^oetr7-''Z ',': ?-rito-yaaBi-Bzs^iasaJt-.raja'TMsa.]-'' yir ytf» yMTyirr yrrrg - TKnt^-vrvA^ Knfca.CQlULfcH.Tia- XSTO IDE ' ? *f '?' - : *' Oat iSKEMIIES- Off '£SDl£$ LIFSL :-.: ? ..-.-. ? , ' '-Stare chubs darkly tolling stream;' Ezelaiis'd TVEx''*, — ^-jrhereTois seem. Eo sad^ as id a tiodblel'dieam 1' - Oc^a,R©Usd*t51hyIorer'jisror(i Is&sarawitajMgiaeasnnstiiT'aj. . , .; D23S Is Ms mini's pa-rilion, since ... OlieoldlS^t isextm^lsh'dthenco! ,- Thy Christian talk* is new an3 strangS . r - /to ens whosa t&oa^ts wbnld.£reelr*an8» v Sb»f?^im-SjMsTriuiOTinns'dl-elbr9, : . ' . . ^Hts fathers asdifcebrayes'of yore J ^ He stops Ms ears and shuts 'his ejes, And etiU perplexities arise' ; '? ' ?? ? ' From secret sources, that Ms soul . ?. -; , K-sr.lseaw,iior^iees,,ij0tcai^«-}atroir . Bistaeiacry is an aching world ' ' : Of v©5eas,'and their echoes horl'd Ttoai hills to -rallies in dismay, .... Jake rocks nptora and roll'd away 1 ' Fa&sebowl ne'er fell f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

TOSTANB, ^KI3 SEA3OH, '- ?, ' -,:?'-' ' ?:'-.V--'--'' AT '.?'?'' ' : ' ' ? ? - '? MR; MICHAEL CARROLL'S, SlJMJrlERHILL, WELLINGTON ROAD. npHE well known horse IToungp Tom Of A Ziiucoln, Sire, Old Tom of Lincoln, Dam, a Clyde3dale mare. Young. Tom of Lincoln was bred by -Mr; Thomson, of Clydesdale.. .He stands 16 J hands high, colour rich black, possesses good temper, muscular power, and beauty. ??-.., .?:.: .. . Terms : — . Forvacsin-rle maro ................ .£15 0 For.- two mares, the bona fide property ofono person.. ...... ,vi. ........ 1 2 6 'For thaee or more. . : . . . . . . . . . .... . . 1 00 ? ? ??' : , . Groomage 'included* Good secure paddocks, well watered, provided ; but the proprietor will not be responsible for acci dents or losses. All payments to be made on the. removal of tho mares, on or before the 1st January,' 1851.. , .??,. ..... '.?,...-' ,..' . ?? MICHAEL CARROLL. Suromerhill, Wellington lload. , ? '-{-; ':-.v;.'.-';^Jarcbar , Races.;;' -;'' -;' : IN honor o...

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TEE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT.". MR. MARTIN AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 28, 1850 i . 'MAGHV: ESX' VEttlTAS ET PR AVAbBBIT.'f - . . 1 aiR. MARTIN AND 'THE PRESS. ' Oft has lfc been my lot to mark . , ??? A; proud, conceited,- talking spark, '' : : ? - ' With eyes that hardly nerve at most To guard their mtstcr 'gainst apost.' . ' ' v. . ;. -?-?, ,--.???, ;--. ??- — The Chameleon. Tun Free Press owes an apology to the honorable and learned gentleman who re presents the important, influential, and po pulous counties of- Cookarid Westmoreland, for having so- long neglected to acknow ledge his very flattering compliment on a recent occasion, and as the Free Press is ever anxious of repaying any obligations it may rest under, either to gentlemen in the House, or gentlemen out of the House, it hastens to /perform an act of reciprocal friendship and .affection. Our apology to Mr. Martin and our readers, is, that we have -had ''more serious work to attend to than bandying compliments with a young gentleman of even Mr. Martin's pretensions ; b...

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