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LOSS OF THE BARQUE MARY CATHERINE. (From the New-Zealander, May 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

LOSS OF THE BARQUE MARY CATHERINE. (From the New-Zealander, May 23.) On the 25th of April, the fine barq Mary Catherine, Captain Howlett, 4i tons, left Auckland, for the Port of Kiapai on the western coast to take in a valúa!; cargo of spars from England. It ie wi regret, we have to announce that advic were received last Sunday, overland, wi an account of the Mary Catherine havir been driven on a sandbank in the harbo of Kiapara, after parting from the cha and warps, in that most tremendous ga which occurred during the night of Satui day,? the 9th .of May. It is most satisfy tory to state that no lives werè lost, an that what cargo there was on board i copper, oil, flax, and. kauri gum will t saved. The Mary Catherine arrived off the ha bourof Kaiparaon theafternoonof 5th Ma; when she lay to until the following mon ing, Wednesday,'the 6th ; when she er tered the heads, with a north-east breezi and' worked in beautifully between th shoals; The Tory Shoal was weathered s 5 p. m., as t...

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 — 20 June 1846

WE consider the facts which are «et ( in the annexed letter to be or so gi*: a nature, that we have copied it from Contemporary, to whom it was origin addressed, in order that those facts i have additional publicity by an insertic our columns : THE LIVERPOOL BENCH ANI CONSTABULARY. To the Editors of the Sidney Morning Hera GENTLEMEN,-The "sayings and doiti of the Liverpool Bench have, throng variety of channels, acquired such an . enviable notoriety, that the heading of article will not have a very startling ef upon a large portion of the readets of Herald. 1 place before them nowasinr statement of facts, I am responsible foi truth. One of my government men, nan Patrick Rourke, a prisoner for life, appl to me some months since to sign '* Form," to obtain a ticket-of-leave ; gave him a recommendation which I thou; would have procured it, but from his nu ber of .punishments, the Governor thoui fit to "postpone" his claim to the ind gence, and Rourke was determined thwart the Governor'...

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

J,H. S T ;RR^ÉI V.ÉD By THE;:UNDKH. SIGNED^--,i .?;..?.;,! ;..¡; iLarge sized glasses, already silvered, 50 by 30' ilOOO books '"of the^esrdeep'goldle'af"' '-. '* : ?>"uílí ; 100 yards of prepared oatívasj-'frotri Ílóbertsoni' of' r .^different 8izes.-'.¿! iotV/si :. :. '-..ri .'¡'i 'A 'quantity pf Brewer's thermometers. . ;. v ?.'.'-,, ? ¡> v! ; . - ...."..'r.,- ..'.-.-.-,[} ^(..LVCETTA;J ',,;?'/ "r i !, ,G?orge-strcet, opposite jtbe(Royal Hoted N^B.-^Wautei^ 'y-' ',.- ' .' ^i"!iri'a!!ivl;>r iw'jrV '"?íVlO.S^T ifrbmvHoruingsea1;- nearjiiiverpool; sup:' jL-i ,posed to havè , been-, stolen, ¿tl, the night,of TueVdayj: [the 0th; "instáüt,'a' BÁY HORSE. aged,. black points,' about 15 .-'hands' 2' inches high,' cut tiiil; which had been allowedtb'grbw'fdr sdmé'iim'e,' lambón the near foreileg; supposed .to be branded on the near shoulder ; had no ishoes ou' 'when taken away. ,"? wh'etí ',' trotting " carries i bis head very. high.'".' If st'dten"Vreward Of£5 will be paid io any...

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

Married           By Special license, at St. Mary's' Cathedral, by     the Rev. J. C. Sumner, Mr. Richard G. Cullen of the Union Inn, Kent-street, Sydney, to Mary Jane McElhone, only daughter to the late Terence McEl- hone, of the same city.  

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

Shipping- Intelligence. , ARRIVALS. , Ju.VB'lft.-Slams Castle,, bnrqne, 504 tons, Dawson, master, from Auckland tlie 27th of Jfoy. - 13.-Steiglitz, American whaling ship 340'tons, from tlie whaling grounds. '"'"*'. :''< 15.-Louisa, brig,--182 tons, Milltdn." master, from Hobart Town the (tth instant. . . . ;? -r./ 10.-Scotia, schooner, OS tons, Ward,: master, from Port Nicholson the 31st of.Hay:, ,' ;: . -; 17.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons,' Gilmore, master, from Lnnncetson the 7th, Tort Phillip, tito 13th, and Twofold Bay the 15th instant.. " Ï7.-Ohio, American .whaliug-ship, 207'''ions, Lowen, master, from tho whaling «rounds ; left Stag Harbour the 28th of March, 1844. ' ' ' -! ^ 17.-Maitland, steamer, 103' tons, Parsons, m'as ter, from Port Macquarie. ' ' --v i J ; : . . . : ' ..18.-Orion, American ship,, of Nantucket, 352 tons Kay, master, from the whale fishery.-- \ ;.\ 19.-Lindsay sr-barque, 200 : tons,, Williamson, muster, with SOO barrels sperm oil. . ' DEPARTURES...

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Settlers 'Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

i>. . Bettler»'Price Carrent. ' : .... .,';'> i--o- - ....J ' Owner. Crawfords Ko. 100 CATTIE. Weight. ' Price Ö00' £3 Pitroh. o o\AHm "ud .1 Argent ; 70 (1(0 "-K2 15 Hill and Argent '; Larmacks 200 O', 5 0 Argent ' "'?'U.tT ASCD COnW 3IABKBT. . ' j''-1" . Hay, 91 loads, from 8s. Od; to 10s. Od.,"average Os. 3d. per cwt. .. . ." -' i>.t . Straw,, 30iloads, from 3s. Od., to,ls. average.3s. Od. per cwt. n\r , .. .',r,¡->-. ;¡ v : Wheat,' 30 loads, from Os. lOd. to 7s. 3d., average 7s" per bushel. Green Bedding, from 4s. Od. to 4s. Cd. per load. Green Fodder, from ls.' to ls. 3d. per dozen.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT." Wellington, 20th May, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

. .WeÍHn«bn, Í20th MBy;i84ff. . ' " I Slii,-His Honor Major Richmbfla^directs nje.'to énelosè'for çuoUcaûon iii yon the^e'por^^ laiive. io.'tbe 'lato affraybetweeni tho' inilitarj';(aná natives,' at" Mr. Jtaaâ^à^Um^^^ti^^ order that the^poblio níay be in'possessioii of ;áu tjiehtio inforaaiion'o'n th'e'niatter.''"'' *~ ". ," a!-' if "'- u¡. ' . Yod^a obediently,0 ?:"A ,u'x'' - ' Wellington, 18A''M«^.ï&f0.1';* | ."?]Sir;-rháte ilic'hbribr to enclose ajcopy'- of a 'leltCT'froWLieutenaót'Page; 58th Regiment, de tftîrag-an attackmade upon bim by the riattres, on tKe'morning''bf tb'e'16th instant, in*which I Vegrét to slate our loss h'ai been severe, as will be seen hy' i thí an'noxed. lístVf-'killéiVánd winndéd/but of thtí ' fifty rmen''ùnaèy^is-WÂ'mniid; tiiàt were in the ' position he and his small party so bravely defended;' at Bo'ulcott's Farm; about turo' miles iu; advance of the stockade, containing fifty more 'of the Bame n"* glme'nt under 'Captain Hardy. ' " ' ; , . ' ? ...

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LOSS OF THE "BENCOOLEN." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

LOSS OP THE "BENCOOLÉN.V-. ??<;::':':"?. The Bencoolen sailed.from Callao on the 13th of October, last, with a full cargo" of; cotton,; hides and guano. - On Saturday morning (February 7) at .8 o'clock, site passed Holyhead, and at ten o'clock, oil'Point Lynas,1 took in"a pilot from No. 3 pilot boat. The wind at this time was blowing a fresh gale from ."theuW.N.W*.-. VTlien off Ormshead the pilot ordered the vessel to be hove to, and thus she remained till three in the afternoon,- when. she steered'for Liverpool. The wind, which'had some wliat increased, was still ". from".'the'". W.N.W., with 'a? tremendous sea. At six in the evening they crossed: the Victoiia Bar. Half " an. hour 'after ; tiley';':had . passed the Bell Buoy the vessel. stroek öäT'aylor's; Bank, when the pilot, insianilyjaware .ôfÇthèj.immi neritty-dangerous position pf the vess'el¿Tordered the/ jolly-boat to be lowered, and into it/ßve-Be^roe^ and three apprentices were sent. 'The'dreád'fnl fury of tho ...

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Original Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

.'<_' i'.^'Jli.'-'""; :i Vu ISUBvU t Mil .... - ». : /,v . Original Anecdote* of Sir WalterSoott. . j .t ¡- IT.- - '.. n i ri''v o«.ii-fltt'»u A-*N Iir thé year '20 or '37, a genUemon, travelling jrith Sir Walter Scotti in the.Bhiehercokcb. from.Edin bargB "to îêdoargh, relates Ute followiug anecdote, highly iUastfïtîog'thB ntnmDlè baronet's disposition; and willingness to serre-all-who applied, and inore particularly those following* literary pursúUa t ' >We had -performed, "half\the. journey when Sir W. suddenly started, as from a dreaini'ëxclaiming, °Vz-!?y-'?J5iL-S^!Uï3 5 I-íorgotnUn-tílLtUia-mo-; ment i A short .half-mile,brought us .to a small town, .where Sir Walter immediately ordered a post chaise,-and, much to my regret, changed his route" .returning towards1 the Scottish capitol. ":The fol-" 'oyiS? nmnthgjila^oeas-again-caUing-meitrT-Rdim^i.^-i,^ ;bufgli," curiosity indn-><» whose .'friend** * . ' - _ . " enoo5'"' . . ' -r "faäta *4

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

A PICKLE.-Ou Monday -An impudent down loqkiii» ojd thief, named-Bridget Walsh, was .charged by a bulcher of l'ltt-sire«i; named.freston,' . wjthpaving invaded.his liicklejtub, and cabbaged u quantity of beef, , ..The caäe,was several times re-' manded ; and 'as legal proof was "not brought home she was' discharged, with the' 'intimation that she! had made a narrow escape; opon which slie inarte her ' lucky'/with;a celerity unexpected at her years., .'A ^PLEASANT. NKIGKBOUH.-Mr. W. T. Cowper , made application that a neighbour, named Jackson, be bound over to Jseepjhe_piace. towards li fm. Jackson, who was disgustingly, abusive, even; in Court,' elicited In the coarse of cross-examina- tion is much as nny- Counsel for the " prosecution" could desire, it being proven that he'-'pusbed 'the; complainant; shook, his fist in his'face, mid chal- lenged bim to a rowdy fight,! which blackguard in-: vitatiun was unpolitely responded to by an introdno- j -lion to the -.Mayor, who, after :a pat...

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

" 0ur^?:,¿f B*n''ufí * .*"ln*.T .*»»« *q »rr* ml"!?giftt we «oraeiU»ca idiik i, has ceased tc exist. a^A^rUinglj'djsçoiiUuue sending ow own in exchange. After on in terral of alp we last night received a solitary mirr.-r' ,1ntea 23th of April."-The aboTe is ext»~'t*d irom ,,'e Geelong Advertiser of the 30>* of May last' an<1 . has caused as some JPI1"5*- In explanation however we may ip*-*10 oaz Contemporary, that the same ann'/"06*" arl"se ,n this Office, from tbe nncerufmV el onr calculation as to whether we may expect any Geelong news or not. Our f^apih'are'fréquéntty-'one montVtrVer-dne,"aucTaV' fr.eqneptly never; come ; {o'hand. The same re ?"^JHjj^apply to thej;PorKP^llip^^Herald^and j jCojçiîwâSj Chronicle,(i to( each of whichvaluable ¡I ' periodicals thia Journal is regul arly forwarded on j 'f _tb'eda'fj'i ¿fj P&Micktiop. J The fault lays at'the ? ' threaliold^f'sbme1 dishonest', scoiU of the Post ' a^^^Öar. Rockwood, friend, hos- apparently misan ^dcn...

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

_ Xiocal Intelligence.cn: ; i-, ... ? -oí- . . ... . .. ;. fi'iiEATRicALS.-^-Durióg the past week ¡but little has occurred claiming comment--; less vfprthyofj commendation.- jin prospect live, however, a; tempting morceau cheers the expectation ol' the fty¡Friends ; of>the. Drama.". The play-bills prediçiairich and. rare entertainment. ¡The! ; first part' of Kingo.iHenry,, tlie.i Fourth", will speedily: be i produced , and as a consummate burri lesque great fun may be expected.-How, anyipne acquainted in,¡the.;slightest degree, with the Stage could j so recklessly veuiure: to put suchia^play in.thëihan.ds pf itheipr.e sent Company is .u .perfect i marvel, o Thet 'miserable impost.urei.under.lthejitleiöfi.tlle. " Merry Wives of ,Winds.ofl"i Qüght to .waru, the public against the ridiculous presumpri lion , of . the present,dramatis ¡perspncs,* im pretending to enact ¡eveii ;tha|t inferior pro- duction, of : the Chief,of .Dramatic Poets.: Where pani the,.men¡be (found?.\ vlrfotha' ...

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Licensed Victuallers Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

?Y,v\î\ xaoensed "WiotuaUera Act. A i.-¡, j SOME observations! were made last weeli upon. ,the glaring faults, inconsistencies, and oppressions contained in the present Licensed Victuallers Act, under .which,; « respectable and influential body of citizen are liable to be victimised either by men oi the most depraved character, or by whai ii equally as objectionable,' disgusting/anc vexatious-¿-thé unpardonable .interference of a'body of men towards^wliosé support they contribute no inconsiderable-proportion, ander |the' expectation i that tiley (shall ' be employed: » in; afford ing> -^protection '. to'?? thc lives and-properties* of all classes and de- nominations of? citizens; "that, being tht parpóse for which a police is: established; and for-nothing elsei >' ,bnr : .:U--~. -J';: ??'''?^ft'iïtMëuIôûiMS'iKVs'JastJ dègréë'to'elè raté '«ípo1icéMorcé.iiht'ofs&riserVátbr8-'"ól fflóraIs.:^íIf,HHréy\Wre(!q an\ehdj::the!<c^ndidi<es; riiüst {necessari...

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WEST CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

WEST: CUMBERLAND ¡AGRICDLTÜBAL AS-: : . SOCÍATION." ":.' R ' ': ' On Wednesday the 10 th instant, a meeting of tho abor« 'assooiution 'Was' jeld' on^thä'-Societies show' grounds/ near» llegeiit-yille.:u,'JPh'e'1otenMs*or'the ^season, and' thefforropr Wétft^ beutly hehï in February,'together with the refresh- ment being stringently constrained in the booths to the peculiar limits of " heavy wet" and" Cape wine, cast a-dampness over tue scene,' which caused' the affair ; to pass over without tile usual spirit ; howe- ver all passed off pretty well. 1 In the evening, at six o'clock, a'party of gentle- men to the number of about forty, sat down in Perry's new long room, to » most sumptuous en- tertainment ; nothing could surpass the variety and elegance with, which the tobie-groaned. Charles Cowper, Esq.', M: C., ' President, - and lt. C. L'eth-'" bridge, Vice. .' : After partaking of the costly viand to their hearts' content, washed down with'the'b ' _ and roost costly wines ; the clot...

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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

Tb 'tlië E<ïiïôr of Bell's Life in Sydney. Sm-In.my last letter I argued pretty freely the,injustice of ascertain practical mode óf adjudication, prevalent with our -Worship« ful the-Justices, to whom are assigned the duty of managing our Police force, and dis- charging the other affairs of the district; within the compass of their Commission. The perfect justice of my position on that occasion, I ,know cannot, or would, not, be controverted by any intelligent individual, ¡who. may happily be untrammelled by. into- lerant, notions, or religious fanaticism ; for any...measure of power, of a puo.lic nature, vested ,in , any. .man,, or body, of men, if blinded, .by, illiberal principles of such a dangerously-mistaken and delusive cha- racter, .should never be allowed to exist without some corrective force to keep its oppressive and tyrannous action at bay. I intend to show on the present occasion that our police,throughout are improperly managed.and dangerously,situated, pri...

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Country News. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

? .Country jrews. ;; V.v /il io .-, J'lWINDSOB. .;q?>'-> iiom ;"b IT.- isvromqurëd, .ahdjndeed we ^believe it to be, i true, ;thati:WiHiam\Gox,?Esq'ji/of Hobartville,^msijreiigoed; hisiseatHon; tba Windsor iBeñcb... h ¡TihejpúMic laré-'m uch- in- debted^ to .,tbi»igen.tlén)anDfor,the" services rendered' by-himifor-ai many years without fee or reward; iAHnough, Mr.. Gos iso/ rather hasty ¿téraperr .we sincerely] believe him to; be an imparyialiland; upright ma* gistrate : and, if he'has at ,times erred ia judgment, we believejhUJatentu^pBtp, have beep..'.'at\aíj> jin3¿saLoneit.f; Jt..fs .said that the, recommenclatiqn^or.^ cejtainjlittje ger¿ tleman not -one? Hunared^mileajfrom, the WindsonMedic"^ as a candidate for magisterial ^function, Js .the ^ole.cause. If so, the worthypià géñugjnan,,!^^! proT , bability, rós/affalj¿^at ^s'imr^li^taleot of. thk¿H!M$$p^.¿«i^^ Court House..,. ; , VjU,,:,¡ r,;\ -Muh'i .:.vÓ

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NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

^ SM-p^hrough t&^tealùns «icrtio'tA of Com. pajtfUnl Major Sl'Plitrâoà, the sUrcafeträtw from ^'iB* rnain^lanti to'iNt)b'oj*»? Islaud"~*h"»s^jn"iS beeu completed. It ¡3 in the remembrance of mauy of the inbabiiants of this town the period when it was first commenced »twenty or thirty years ugo), and it is bat justice to the gallant Major to state that, in carrying ont the above work, he has conferred a lasting boon on the port ot Newcastle and its in j habitants, who are now fully convinced that his j abilities us aa ichnographer are of no mean pre within tbëTost twelve roonfKs, hotwjtHetanding all the Major has h'adw'to etfo6tilile"r,--has,-bee:n'trnly ZBuprUing.i-Iu isi tóiba-hoped,.ihe.,townBmea will not forget'thfc. talent« ¡of} OUeito whomihey are so . > J i j n 5 j « i c : : o j i 11 your1 triost obeditm t sefvaii t ? ' ¡ '?' í,ru <ii h-3.-»Bi«uJ-..-»,>:.ï:.àt,8ÏI^iî

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

"/i Mir -i. ' »O vi» WIHDBOB. . ... /j j Oú> JOBBOCKS i présenta his compliments to his. old friend 'andu competitor : Harry.? Iionrequer;-. Harry Beeves,, and tht Sportsmen of .Maitland gej . nerolly. and js hapDy ^to inform them, that he has '., noir become^ulte convUosoent ; that by. the skill of :hla friend' Mr., Gtiest, oViUehmona, and th^Wud, ? \' " ? «yd untiring .uemtimrmt hiaraaedúpl Mlnpiant, Mr. Frank Brownf llieJUoof M\at'was a», dreadfully lacerated at the laarDomebnshMeeting, while con- tending for (he laurels oj.hts ualivwisoil against the . .Port Phillip phencoasnfttij is perfectly «wt#', «uti that he is as sound in wind and limb as a two-year old ; he further bCRS to inform those that he will -Visit the town of Maitland some few days previous "to the' ensuing Hace», when his real friends will have the opportunity of a private interview. Should there be any secrets he trusts they will declare them to his Secretary, -Mr. Brown, whose integrity is un- impeachable. K...

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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 off Bells-Life in Sydney. ' D^IB BELL-Will, you be kind.enough, through ' the theiliiirh of- your widely circulated and Sporting i Chronicle, to allow me a few remarks with respect .to the controversy between your Wiudsor corres- pondent and the.." Hawkesbury,Courier." In pe- rusing the " Courier' of last week, 1'perceive that the immaculate Old Beardy at the head ,of. this mighty .engine has been safely delivered of all the malignity and,vituperation over which he has been brooding for the. last month, in retaliation, as he states, for nu attack made on his unpretending '"hebdomadal,", by. an insignificant hireling cor- respondent in. " Bell's Life." Dear sirf. be your correspondent what he may, in the estimation Of .this.sage old prophet and his rough'friends, the 'community of. Windsor ace much iudebted to him .for having exposed to the public the audacious hy- pocrisy and fulsome flattery of this one-sided " two-: penny rag." Hud the Beardy confined himself.to th...

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

- « * ' ¡4 ;- ~-"J .'t.». .. . . ¿V V Xnquists. AFFLICTING SUICIDE.-An inquest was held on Honday at th» house of Mr. George Bennett upon the boly of Julia. Anne Lu-* divinia tennett, his vile/ who, on the pre-' vious Saturday, had put an end.to her ex- istence.1 Eleanor- lirter,-a domestic, /de- posed t'iat she hàdjheard' deceased'speak of somt bills due by her which she was un- able tô'nieét; . '.' Witíéss '-advised i her tb ' let them »¿ome ¡ri will'; her hushahd's other accouits.v and he/ woulds settle' >them as iusual. but she decried otherwise :>the bills iweigted; upon he^ mind : - shè was very low-spirited" durinr^thëilast .fortnight re-' members her mislress going,out on Satur- day afternoon,: : the; returned about half- 1 past four o'clock ;in hieh. spirits.: she ap- ! peared t greatly -excited .;on Friday . and Saturday, and »lsQ«,pn other; occasions. Shecame into tte kitchen soon after her return, took a wine glass from a shelf, and reamed to the back parlour. ; Th...

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