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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. " Auctoritate tua nobis eat!"—CICERO. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. I; " Alicturitate tua nobis eat!"-CICEBO. SIB-Intemperance is a reprehensible vice, and merits the discountenance of society, as well as legal interference, 'under aggravated circumstances.' Individuals prone to the vice, without any self command, debase themselves in a great measure ' -when shamefulness takes the place of all decency, some stringeucy of the code requires application to preserve order. Under all these considerations, however, society look for gnidance to the law ; but ; there, nguiu, LAW is liable to abuse; for, byan uudue exercise of the law, the people are subject to , oppression, " Freedom of men under government (says Locke) is to have a stuuding rule to live by, ' and .to follow my own will in all things where the rule prescribes not; and nut to be subject to the inconstant, uncertain, unknown, arbitrary will of any man. When intemperance requires magisterial interference-when it assumes that character which becomes an of...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

THE ROYAL MAIL To Port Phillip, Yass, Goulburn, Berrima &.C., LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed uesclay, mid Saturday at ¡3 o'clock p. M. Fares : ' £ e. d. From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Berrima..... 0 14 0 " " Goulbnrn. 14 0 " " Yass. 2 4 0 Booking: Onices : Talbot Inu, George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. Mail Coach Hotel, Berrima. Salutation Inn, Goulburn. Mr. Walsh's Inn, Yass. PARISIAN HATS, Sx Henrietta, IE Undersigned has on sale at extremely low prices, an assortment of first-rate PARISIAN HATS, ''-teat Aud most approved fashions ; likewise ' '.y of Superior Beaver Hats. . JOHN THOMAS, corge-strcet, 1 ' Bridgo-strcet. J ¡50 'ORGET ME NOT, you want your WATCHES, &c, RE- ARED, as they will be well done, and lo 'd time-the charges and style of work -'.as to give satisfaction and cause re m. E. D. COHEN, Watchmaker, &o, ^MBER THE IMMENSE ..; pCK O F SPECTACLES, Í And thotr Quality, IO W ON SALE, . . 'ightcan be suited and preserved ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Varieties. As Lord Chief Justice Holt was sitting on the bench bc one da; saw a man placed in the dode, accused of highway robbery, who had been one of his fellow-collegians. The crime was proved, and' he was condemned to death ; but his identity was not discovered by the judge until he was addressing him on the awful situation into which his misdeeds had brought him. He could not then refrain from enquiring after several individuals who had been their mutual friends, saying-What has become of Tom-William-John-and-" Ah, my lord (said the robber, with a deep sigh) they are all hanged except you and I." " No," said an Italian gambler, after an in tolerable run of ill luck, " No, thou jade Fortune, thou mayest indeed cause me to LOSE thousands, but 1 defy thy utmost power to mike me PAY tuem." The father of tho present Lord Abington, who was remarkable for tho stateliness of his manners, one day riding through a village in the vicinity of Oxford mut a lad dragging a calf along the road...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

guard of the army of the Satledge, broke ground this morning on its march to the bridge of boals at Ferozeporo, across which ? General Littler has already proceeded with . the troops and guns. The following is a Hst of those names of the killed and wounded which have as yet reached us; but we regret.to add, that it is by no means complete, and that several names hare yet to be communicated : 'HST OP OPTJCEBB KILLED AND VfOCSDKD. Killed. Major Gen. Sir it. Dick, K.C.B., commanding 3rd division C. C. Taylor, C.B., II.31. 29th foot, commanding 2nd brigade 2nd division Lieutenant-Colortel G. L. Davies, H.M. Otb foot Lieutenant-Colonel J. Byan, K.H., H.M. 50th Captain G. E. X). Werren, ILM.'53rd foot Lieutenant H. E. Y. Faithful, H.A. Lieutenant F.W. A. Hamilton, 1st Eu. Lt. Infantry Brev. Captain Fletch Shnttlevforth, 1st Eu. Light ..Infantry Captain Hay, 50lh N.I. Ensign G. H. Davieson, 1st Eu. Light Infantry Captain J. Fisher. 23rd N.I. Lieutenant J. S. Rawson; 63rd'N.I. Lieutenant W....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Shipping- ZateUlsenoe. ARRIVALS. I JUE fi.-Mona, barque, 100 tons, Sayers, master, from the Cape of Gooil Hope the 20th of March and' Launceston the 30th of May. 7".-City of Sydney, brig, 100 ton's, Grant, mastery from Launceston, the 1st instant. 7. -Maitland, steamer, 103 tous, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie, the Otb instant. 8. -Rover's Bride, 40 tons, Paddon, master, from Ami tam, New Hebrides, the 2nd of May. 0.-William the Fourth, steamer, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence River the Oth nstant. 0.-Mary Ann, schooner, 61 tons, Äraner, master, from Launceston the 0th instant. Ô.-Elizabeth, ketch, 22 tons, Theobald, master, from Twofold Bay, the Cth instant. . '. 0.-Elizabeth, barque, 170 tons, Jones, master, from the New Hebrides. < 0.-Julia, .brig, 110 tons, Clark, master,'from Launceston the 20th May, and Circular Head the 4th instant. ' 10.-Caledonia, 405 tons. Liddell, master, frc the Downs the 3rd of February. 10.-Berenice, barque, 333 tons, Bawd'. from Li...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BRITISH FORCES AGAIN VICTORIOUS AT SUTLEDGE. From the Launceston Examiner, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

THE BRITISH FORCES AGAIN VIC- TORIOUS AT SUTLEDGE. From thc Launceston Examiner, May 30. BY tlie Eudora, from the Mauritius, we have our'regular files of the Cerneen, Mau ricien, and Sentinelle; Air. Randall has also favoured us with a number of Cape papers, Prices Current, a file of the Cacutta Englishman from December to the 21sf February inclusive, some numbers of the Bombay Times, Maulmain Chronicle, Ceylon Herald, and other journals, from which we compile the summaries of Eastern news in our colu-rns of to-day. The most important intelligence is that connected with the progress of the war in India, for inserting full details of which we have been compelled to postpone the publication of much matter of interest contained in the Knglish papers received by late arrivals. The Mauritius journals contain a summary account of a çreat battle between the Seikhs and British Forces on the 11th February; .but from our file of the Englishman we are enabled to present our readers a detailed ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM INDIA. ANOTHER TERRIFIC BATTLE. From the Bengal Hurkaru, February 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

fclPORTANT NEWS FROM F* ; INDIA. " ? ' ANOTHER TERRIFIC BATTLE. ?From the Bengal Hurkaru, February 22.) Bj three o'clock in the'morning of the'lOi Preparations were made for an attacl jfjeneral Smith occupied the right, Gener [Pick formed on. the left, and ; Gener [Gilbert on the centre, covering, a tnultitur j pf heavy guns and rocket battery near tl fortified village occupied as; the outpos ¡ At daylight all were in position, and aboi ' sunrise the guns commenced on both side when shells and rockets followed one. am i tlier in quick succession, and with.unerrir iim, proved by; the frequent explosions i the enemy's ammunition waggons ; ; durin this interval the infantry were lying withi cannon range under cover facing the work At first, says the correspondent, I spea chiefly on the extreme left, and theréfoi of our gallant friends H. M.'s 53rd. A fe horsemen showed themselves reconnpitenn and directed the removal of the bàggag across the river by the brigade. The car nonade continu...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

To Correspondent». , WINDSOR.-We have received complaints 'rom \ Mr. Sheriff and others as lo the non-delivery of vj ibis journal. The fault rests with the Post Office authorities. From Newcastle the same com- plaints have issued, and to the sumo course must the neglect be traced. A.D.-GusnXaAi.-Blue Bonnet first mel Greeu , mantle for the Australian Plate, aud os neither of them were placed, the bet is off. They met again for the Ladies' Purse, when Bine Bouuet was drawn after the second heat and thereby dis- tanced, consequently the average of their races together was in favor of Harley's mare. The distance round Homebush Course is one mile, one quarter, three chains and thirty links. ALL FOURS.-After the first deal the non-dealer begs; the dealer deals three more and turns up the knave of the same suit that was originally " trump," and then of course, proceeds with the deal three more &c, is the'dealer in this case entitled to score one for turning up the said knave? Yes!...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Xiocal XntelligoQce. ON Tuesday a ridiculous burlesque on Shakspeare's "Tempest" was;1 inflicted upon the friends of the Drama. Complaint is made by, the Management that the Stage is rathèr'indifferently supported-; but while such pitiable failures are persevered in there can be little ciuse for astonishment. < It is really too venturesome for Nesbitt to under- take a character which he evidently does not comprehend. His pseudo personifica- tion of Prospero was so miserable, tame,' and common-place, that even the splendid language- of the poet failed to'make im- pression upon the audience.' The best points.in his part were lost? for want of ani ' mation. Other characters were as feebly sustained. Spencer's Calaban was peurile, and the dress chosen outre--he 'was' 'as much out of place", as ' Nesbett. Griffiths too- was pitchforked into a part.for which: he was but little adapted; and-although he sustained it creditably, it was insufficient to relieve the general flatness ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

nm:: . ¿ ---TÍT-rr-r . 'i ' t. - yj.>:*?.!{ Police-Reports* ? . (. An old womaN, named Wells, preferred a complaint iagainst a "man named Harris, and a   woman named Peat (?), on Monday, for having violently assaulted her.on Sunday night. Complainant ac- cused Peat o enchanting her husband, who neg- lected her matronly charms, and sometimes pum- melled her to show the warmth' bf his feelings. Wells exhibited a mass of hair sufficient to make a yard of one-inch rope, which she averred to be plucked out out of her crown by Peat. On the. other side evidence was given that the old virago was the pest of the neighbourhood, and that on the day in question she had got gloriously elevated and assailed   Peat in a fit of jealousy, and seized her by her doning (?) and dragged her to the ground, when   the bystanders separated them, but had the greatest       difficulty in wrenching Peat's hair from her clutch. Th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

? ? . . , Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. : .¿.In.'the '"Sentinel'" of the 21st of Moy ; - Appears a most serious charge against the ;:;V¿y¿íof-leávo\ holders residing at Ashfield, in ,c6u> .i.fi'ieiicp, ns alleged,,of. one'of that class having . '&5jducted himself very imprudently, in doing some . filing hijnry.to the ^Veslcyau Chapel and School- room : tho mau dénies the imputation, hut,admits, '.that upon, .being .accused, sooner than undergo.the inconvenience which always attends ¿au inquiry at Jco'urt respecting a tickot-of-leavo holder, he paid the dum ago charged. Whether he. was actually guilty or no I-k'übví not; nor is it material at present; but it appears most unjust against him, first to com- promise the' business, and then to make 'a public complaint ; not only against him, but against the whole body of tickct-of leave, holders-some, of .whom had not heurj a word about it until made known in thc:i',Sbnlîncl.5".and they'véry naturally j consider themselves v...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, 9THK JUNE, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Quarter-Sessions.         TUESDAY, 9TH JUNE,- 1846.   Mary/Barry, an emigrant/' waa' indicted _for stealing two. pound notes, a broach, and some silver money; she war acquitted and discharged. Matia Monks, free by servitude,-'charged wjtii stealing 0 shillings in a dwclliug, was convicted ; but there being ¿o'records agaiusk her, she was senteuced to 3 mouths' labour iu the Factory. John Browu, free by servitude, for. stealing a cheese, was ordered' to be worked in' irons for six mqntbs. . ' " . George Gray, free by servitude, was also Bênt six months to au ironed gong for stealing a loaf o/j sugar. '1'. ?. ? ' « - . .?; .*. . J i Tcrance M'Guiggtui, free by servitude-, for steulia < shirt, in consequence of the' character which h lore, was' seutenccd to twelve months in ¡runs Th ftrmer convictions against this tuan were- u Quarter Sessiuus, 13tU Apr», ititi, for larceny, si: months to an ironed gaug ; ditto...

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NEW ZEALAND. ATTACK ON THE CAMP AT THE HUTT. (From the Wellington Independent, May 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

ATTACK ON THÉ CAMP AT; THE. HUTTr . . (From the Weiltogtoh Independent, May 20.y^ ^ ' Sisen the commencement1 of tlíe Road to Porirua, u' body of fifty men of the'08th Régiment havo.been :léft to occupy a position'ot Bonléott's Bnrn; in the Hutt valley. This detachment ¡is under the com- mand of Lient Page. "Thc mílu body occupy thc barn and ont-buildings, .whilst ?«. picket, of -twelve men is thrown out as a look-outpartr. ' . j It Vos generally understood t\iring'the past week that Rangihnéta bad tureátenéc lo attack either the position occupied by the' troops at Pórirara, or tliat oa'the'-Hht't. "But ' thträgh: tie ure at1 was reported very few au Ucipated hov. sion 'it would ba fulfilled. On Saturday, half an'hine before daylight, the sentry of the outlying picketpbservied severa natives creeping towards his : post, j He ? immediately fired at them, bat before the partr were in a position to [ repel:aa attack, a rush waalmode, by > theWüTes from all qnarters.-and the pickets ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

¡& Ü cornrnumçations:to. the : Office-of'Belt's ?Á-Lif*. must ie prepaid;-, or ¡ they will riot r. ie received:- .. v r--- ?"'

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POLKA LYRICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

i - .Aiä-¡""JuitíiSs's POLKA."'- ''<" "Wants to dance' ¡ri' iTi^.fMaioai'ob1!.'-'1^' "J I :Discerè'd'e^etr'pugb'tio krlovr" J/'; v".-'1 I Kickere floor cum heel et.we. j - , .r, . , . ' ' ''!Óué/twó/three, '' 'j",', '' " :. Stop witti ine, "?".-. > Whirligig!''wiríigigi'rapide' '.'"» " ' : . a* ¡*r. 'Ji-; ..?;--!':¡'.' . ' .^pikant jüngere, virgo,.,vij,.(v . [ ? ;. .... Will you^ joiatbe:Polkj,(Miss Î . , ,s .. . Liberius-roost willingly-. K¡,t ;. ,'; , .i ; Sie.ogemus-^'hen'let us^tryj ¡.j;; : , , : ~ i ; i . ; : .ry ; ,. -, ^NllDO-.! «da -j . '. ;, .«;(( ,;?>;,¡,: -.I.Ü; ,'. Skip with me, i i ,*HJ¿I.I J;.: ji Whirlaboot, xqundabout,¡ce5*réf¡¿; ?>,-... ' :Tum tovâ^ cito,''turn désira, "l 1 "First to"uielefti aniVlben l'otÙ Aspice retro'in vultû ""' V ' ; You look at her, and she looks at you. " i Dás'palnaárh ..'"'" '. '.' ' -t Change hands, ma am ! Celerè run aw.iy;' just ih'snam." ' "? ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

Original Correspondence. ' ii.' . -o- ? 1 ; ' : > ¡tgg" U'he Editor does not identify himself witlr the ' opinions expressed by his Correspondent's,'but: ' merely gives insertion to such Communications, us'seem entitled to public considération... . ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

j;> Original Correspondence. , The Editor does not identify himself with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives' insertion' to such Cdmninnieations as seem entitled tb public consideration.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

To the Editor pf Bell's Life in Sydney. ' i SIB-I--was ¡rather ., astonished, on looking.o'ver ?the police report in the "Herald" of Wednesday! last,. to. observa that James Grane, aconvict.uuder 'sentence,: was remanded to Hyde Park Barrack:for .being; illegally on >niy : premises."; ..Now,! in my opinion, the devil ia quite black enough, and I do not like to see'him get any touohes'of ' a darker hue when entirely undeserving of them. !;>'.? Give praise where praise' is due" is my motto ; and, for the W tempted--burglary at my house,'-1! am entirely dñ.] debted tb the'military,; the' Hyde Park gentry having nothing whatever to-do with it;:: v,,n ;i /UO'L ! It' was 'oñe of the gailantOOth'iihat i'eaptared,'às' he attempted his escape through the window,' In ? he struggle-' lie left his'''stock' in my hatids, ' as' a 'trophy of jvietory1.; it bears the uáme of Baker; »nil ?it was-this man that was; remanded on Tuesday not to.Hyde Pork Barrack-, as the " Herald" states, bot to t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

IlIFLE.SnOOTI.VG. MESSRS. Aitkenhead and Wilson arr .matched to shoot against Measrs. Brodie and Mojoribonks for £20 a side. 24 shots, 100 yards distance. . The pretensions of the respective aspirants. will be duly, recorded iu our first publication after the 31st July next, when the matter will be decided atPaddington.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

One would think that the simpletact of mounting on a horsa's back would naturally have preceded the use oi wheel-carriages and their complicated har- ness ; yet no horsemen are fonnd at Persppolis ; and we know Homer's horses are represented in chariots from which the warriors sometimes descended to combat on foot, bnt the poet has not described them as fighting on horseback. The absence of mounted ligures might authorise au opinion that those sculptures had been executed before the time of Cyrus, whose precepts and example first inspired the Persians with a love- of equestrian exercises, of which, before his time, they were wholly ignorant." -vol. ii. p. 270. . 2 Chron. ir. 14. + 2 Chron. i. 17 : The historian gives us the price of the horse and the chariot at that time. A horse brought from Egypt, including, probably, the expense of the journey, cost one hundred and fifty shekels of silver, which, at two shillings, three pence, and one half farthing each, amounts to about seventee...

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