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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE REPEAL HUMBUG. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 June 1848

»/"llf I J. J VUT.IS H, JL X T R A C T S. -,,.,','TdË REPEAL HUMBUG. f&rom the Times. J *Lvth'i3.1and of liberty tliere is no'point on which ?weare so jealous of impertinent interference as the "tuse we happen to make of our money. We, all of (US, do what we like with our own. A man may ?spend his fortune in building a sham castle on the ,topofa hill, to be, a habitation for "owls and -Üragóns,"t'or'at least for the former, from the day . of'its completion^ or he may contest twenty <boroughs, or crucify, himself in a chancery suit, or t'seek his'ruin in any other form that he pleases. So~Iong äahe is only his own enemy, he is secure from(rebuke.-i Nothing is more distressing than to see ¿/labouring man with half a dozen hungry children-keep a huge dog, who must count for at ¿least one of the family. Noone, however, «must -interfere. .Make the least allusion to the ruinous >voracity of the brute, and his master replies, with «rShylock; -. . _'_ -" I'll not answe...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 June 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.-Yesterday afternoon, as the Age coach was returning from the Homebush races, it was upset between Cutt's public-house and the turnpike-gate, and the following fearful list of casualties was the result:-Mr. Hendrick, of George-street South, had his skull fractured at the base, and died about ten o'clock. Lamb, who was driving the coach, had both his legs broken. Mr. Foster, of Launceston, had his foot literally torn off, and his leg was subsequently amputated by Dr. Gwynne below the knee. Mr. Bowerman,   of Moreton Bay, had his leg fractured at the knee pan. Mr. James Abercrombie had received severe bodily injuries; and several other persons were much hurt by bruises on different parts of their bodies. It was stated that a rival coach passed, the passengers of which cheered the Age, which     frightened the horses, and was the cause of the accident. There were six or seven medical men   in atten...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

.Y.OTJ[U\ :* í TIDE'TABLE. ' «Toit W'ATERÎ AT' GOVERNMENT WHARF. ^J__ _ _ _MORN. EVEN. June 17-Saturday. 12715 12.32 " 18'41SiinÜay( /. X.. J. [>L 'J' 12.49 1.7 ' ' 19-Monday..'.«..,..,.,..,, 1.2* 1.42 , - * 20-Tuesday :Vf"...... '. " 2,0, 2,20., jt/,V'M^-^nésdáy{.',.ivi'. :*"£«'* 3:2 oill ¡«!'2'2^Thursuay'?.'. ...". .L.V'K3.2Ô;,',"3.53 ; -fl(Il,9Mä8'i-*PridaJr-. V.'v.".'.'.'...'.. 4.211, '/'4:52 '

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.   June 10. Columbine, schooner, Cook, from Syd- ney. Passengers-1 in the cabin, and 27 in the Steerage.   " Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Sterricker, from Sydney.               14. William, schooner, Steele, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Lord, Mr. Kavenagh, Mr. W atson, and 15 in the steerage.       15. Ann Mary,-schooner, Brown, from Sydney.-Dr. Wlkes, Mr. M. Sheehan, and 20 in the steerage.     DEPARTURES.   June 14. Secret, schooner, Higgins, for Sydney, 15. Susan, schooner, Piggens, for Sydney. ,, Columbine, schooner, Cook, for Sydney Passenger-Mr. Wilkes. 16 Aurora,ketch, Richaids, for \Wide Bay. Passengers-Mr. Clements, Mr Walker, and 13 in the steerage. IMPORTS.         Columbine : 33 bags sugar, 2 chests t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

?Î}$Kfr.RfâjtàU 'aiiifi.Ü-V" -'?". -: - ^.Jarf^ñ/iw/'I: ; voíiorH.í!vSTEAÍIorrO!;SYDNÉY.f/:. í;,,!:,! V <í'riffr?i¿p T:ti-$i;;A ' W*$ntä ^SIIL'.; !" JON ^p/J QJJ. eyery;i»}{erniate¡Tuesday, as,>form:erly¿i,i.7 .".Iil'f.'íiíiíiiA i:ai :«"s.; « : .n-iGV'Sw1 TUCKER^abêtit. ? ;H. R. S,N. Company's^harf, ??'l:>:^ ù->'>u<-i :n¡ ' \;^,;}'ssr|SQUth,iBrjsbane,V;vri01f .¿.;;r;';-'j -:,V/ .' ?OilJ- n( Í.;'MUIÍJSIM:J ?i:i-;.;..-.i!.-;)iJ»)..-ii.-i.:/.>.» J... 02ÍREDÜJCED <FARESnTO'^SYDNE¥ifi ;^^^^^^^'ÍN!futííré¡the FÀR^^b; . !{^i Ji^^jtaB^^ ? of ifromMórfetóaBayand. ff»Jtffif«aftlag' Sydney; 'byJ tlie r Steam: -Packe!; iTAMAR will bèias follows;! Viz.-^î/iv''-> rsiîiixCABiN^includïng; provisions =.--J-J:'/ '££5''^ STEERAGE ditto .... £2(JÍ ?T&í". ",.;.4T r ¡GEORGE SALT TUCKER, .iH;#S;/^.-;Gp.'fi:^har;f,. V .,;,.;,. ,..,;; , .Agen*. ^/¡SputiviBr^^ ,.; í.oitn .;-, J.i-frfV.í!. j'Qfl£:Fi-)7'-!ÍI-)!Í '?.\"'i[- ..???;!-.I,'Í;;I .floil'.'/'-i...

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Enclosure. (Copy.) Colonial Land and Emigration Office, 14th January, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

f \ f (lVfr/iQ if¡./¡"; !.i;EncJosure..ia,- <i f>,ru\ü c>; '»VIT? oi rpii-j^mi uí-Cepy^Hjjjijoíii^ jr^'Ts indi Mim oiU iÇfilfflsiaUXaud. 4l»d Emigratioa»jC>fficef¡h <>i q"L_./eíefid pßo ^fîytrl4tb.Jaixuary*-il^8"1 S|a>Tr?>\[eíh^^ 'cëipt-gfràybafr^ forjpurriipf/ft^atioiíiaAÍ^gh despaícJjl íiWhícb $ùû%^^}&U}jtàikiaqità\by'' Ej^l.i&jèy:^^ íhbti rig; eTOgration^tba^vÇ^r^ç ^ithi reference ^p^sráeapttl£hií^ g pjajnihgoiUïfitni^s^ le^adji>p^ y;; disppsal.fpr,.the pro.raQtipn.off^nJígratipn'-áníitlie e.¡ cj^rse^f^^ -yna-ûo: ^Lprcï'.Grèys;^déspatcW?4ofthe^GoVëihPr: of New South¡Wales on that-subject^'wá^'dated;'thé"30th A^g¡ust,il:8,47í.r.4A^t^^ .prpgres.s,.'íind¿aI great-amount qfi labour; iyas¡ still employedi finorçail way,, works,<ánd ¿accord i ngly: very l.HUe!iiJ8p.os.itwn;.was.^theniin^ifesteU in ¿England îbroSçotland ' tp avail (tlieipsclves;pf; .the .qpporturtityiöftiobtainingüa frêèc; passage- to New* Souihv-Wale...

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ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR MAY, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

ABSTRACT' OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR MAY;. 1848. . b Dîtes. Tire. ih'ormometer Barometer. Ram Prevailing Winds." Air Attach. 1st to ¿th 6 th to 10 th 9>-ii. 69 9 67.8 -69 0 67.2 30.19 to 30 13 30 11 to 30 00 0 519 S W.-erly in the morning and until noon, N.E. and L. during the day. Ihe same. 11thto lodi lGthto2CtL 61.8 -57 2 Ü1.4 56 5 294)0 to 30 31 30 00 to 30 li Strong »eaterlv and S W. winds-mo- di riting towards sunset. Smith-ivesteily. t 21st to '23th 60 0 59.4 30 17 to 30.28 Westerly A.JI »andN.E. and N-cily Ï M~ 2Sthto3lst . 65 7 ; 65 5 30 10 to 30.24 o s Variable and N.W.-erly until noon, S F and E -erly in the afternoon, early part T)f night between north and west. S * s- 2 - 5" rr> ???IS"M p 2 (-32*3 3<3 .»/'The weather during the mun til was extremely A «he.v ' '" ' i' ' 'J. C. W. ^ '» i ir 1 J (i / in«

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

H SALE BY^AÜCriON. ' ' ' i MR.. DOWSE , < í AS received instrUCtiU-ts to Sell byiPubhd Auction,without theitlightist rtsirve*, at the Wharf, North Bush ino, it " > t > <? » ÏH1 f)n D¡A Y, i ¡I J J 'At i2>n» liK.k,i i) <? n 4tons'Hay (Olfcn'aild I iicerm)/«c AHnMary 200 bushel* of> M,iiW »< ") t w if nbi-iu 60 dosen of Oíaiígea' ' « ' )i>5 b6xo3 of ¿andlek' -> 1 r i i '6 ditto of Pickles ni^ ex»W«iflf»*' " ^ 4 blrrels of Herrings ' íf f » " ' f 10 ca es of tíiti ¡' \< '? > ' ' ' «J - I ton of Colon»ii Soap jj I n'f i d' i ^AISO, »i »i *r ÖA account of the Bordei Polite i ÍO(ie Dijiy. > i XWI'Û > 'SA LÉr EY AUGTÏON^ MRr DOWSE - WILL Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Queen-street, i > ' > f" < "*l " «i ON MONDAY 'NEXT,", J/lf ' r ;JJ! At 12 o'clock,,-;^ J'jV Two Allotments of LAND^atuKangaroOiiPcint, described as under - n Lot 1-Has 'a frontage to the main road of 37 feet 1U 6 inches,...

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COUNCIL PAPERS. IMMIGRATION. Downing-street, 18th December, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

C 0 U NiCiLL* rP A P JE R S , ¿\ ¿IMMIGRATION; : »hue?, 5~ DoWaiog-strcet, 18th December1, s¡1847. - -jilN)rriy despatch,' No. ^12¿H>f 'thé'SOth-'bf August past'; I j)rifpTmed.,ypu that; In'accTdrdarice with your .Irecbmraèndâtion, JJerj Majesty's Government had )^ :-cmjgrañts^to New South Wales/to ah extent equal "'?fioi 5000 adults, calculated "according to the Pas- sengers' -Act ; and-for the purpose of defraying . the expense of/dojqg; so, rfluthprjsed you to raise i¿rQ0.,Q00,ronríh^ ïrone half'to^befsecúí-eaHby'debenturésbri thatre .;sriènuejin ^»iSydneyibfcinorthe'rn-ídivision'GÍrthc >cblóaTj,'a^^^ in .the Port Phillip,divisionä)i"i!Hv; -,^ú ??& b m\\m;v. X. <¿$hmv \sVrotc¡thaj¡^esn_atcl^cI-iWa8(mu'éh-Jh vclineu to bélièvé that a larger sum tlian.yoiwhad ?uiUg^é8^!niîg'htV^HvKÎÏ- 'great' advaritágpjjíp-tlie .«Plony, be raised for the purpose of emigration, ,and the further accmmt&^hich.hay.o sinçe.reacjbed ,me ^ v New South Wales'',''haye remov...

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SELECT POETRY. TEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

¿EL «¡E^Ç,!!/. P^EiTRfï-. .VMÙliSi jj; iffiiJaiT^1^^ vi .>. .' iJT?,f . Tears, idle tears, I know not*what-they ¡mean; 'Tears fiom the depth ef^MH)« divine/despair ¿Rise in the heart, arid -galber ^nrtlie eyes, in looking on the' happytÁuturñn-fields, An'd.Uirr&'rorg"ofithVdays that are np morelA °"l -- . i,br.:i <. «'io lit AI That sinks with alljWplp^eirjçKiw the^er^re ; .gOj.ßad^so^resh, t^et'^yiÇi]i&ti^^ j^r^. } ^ Ah, sad añd%trWn£eás.¡n dark summer dawns .Thcjearhes^:pijie/0f^half1awakenfd birdsj/r, ? i ? $9dy;wg.,earo,iW'he».untO!dyin'gí*ycs, -.i' v, f. ¡' il'he.casenientr.slowlyigrowsa glimmering square ; "So sad, so strange, the days that'are no more.,. . «-v. Dear as rememoered'kisscs after death, And sweet'as those by hopeless fancy feign'd On lips that are^/oryplhers ; -deep as love, "Deep as first lóvéyand wild'with. all regret ; ?Qi Death iS Life,the daysihat'are rio more.1 .-The Princess, by Tennyson. >

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE MURDER AT KANGAROO POINT.— TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF WILLIAM FIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.             THE MURDER AT KANGAROO POINT.- TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF WILLIAM FIFE The trial of William Fife, for the murder of Robert Cox, took place at the Central Criminal Court,       Sydney, on Monday the 5th instant, before his Honor the Chief Justice. The prosecution was conducted by the Solicitor-General ; the prisoner was defended by Mr. Holroyd. The trial com- comenced at ten o'clock A.M., and was concluded at half-past one on Tuesday morning. The evidence given at the trial, was necessarily the same as that taken at the inquest, and was, as is well known, entirely of a circumstantial nature, but composed of circumstances so manifold and   so strong as to satisfy the jury of the pri- soner's guilt.               After the case for the C...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

It, ¡^VAR^ETIJSS î il ' [ < -^ ? j il ! 'Spns treàti')tfîcir!goVérnors like oVsters , thèy ' never tèase ." stickihg" ihém'till they' have made them "'shelf but"' ' ' ' ! A yopng^cídy who hasten tried mine State of Alabama for'Ar-rlg à pistol at her fa'lse'jlover", as he Was escorting another fair one id church, was ac- quitted on the ¿rrpund that ¿Here1 was no malice, I but, on the 'contrary, ari excess of love.1 .^DIRECTION FOR (HUSBANDS.-All the wards of a dpor-key should be hoçne-wards.- The Gorme Mmanacfc. , ** ¡\} I APPETITES.-A woman's appetite for scandal ' grows by what )t feeds upon, ,Thesame may be said of a donkeyjs(appetite foi thistles. A man's appetite foi law is( soon satuteá a little soon ' satisfies the rnost voracious glutton. A news- paper's appetite for enormpus gooseberries and tremendous turnips is never appeased.-^-Jftwwt/Vs ¿Imanarte. \ , _, ' ANIMAL COMFORTS.-Swedes, mangeliwuizel, medals, prizes, beans, oil-cakes, meal-cakes, and cakes of all so...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1848. PROSPECTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 June 1848

  THE     Moreton Bay Courier ""SATURDAY. JÜ.NE 17. 1848.   1 id'AK^onoy ii JIH, o') (.¡»líii'iiii K rt jii«i4{iiifilOSPeCTS OP THBiCOIfONYc *? m '#£ MnT¿ tW tiiàfi'lias ' now* arrived when ..«toft*? iWWo^^fUilty toon^çajtqljit^ jthel icola»3^ort;the¡rapidK.«ipprQalch of a periodj <ófa]pifosperit^ rirore marked^ with «.the fea JMik'of'siahility^'and permanence thani ¿"riy she has hitherto known. There(:dan ta no doybt.tM ¿he/çieat ¡interest? pfrthe ing doubts as to its 'tilt., % .MBÖZ ¿¿ÏT Brighter days, hou colony llave been in such ä slate of partial paralysis for a-long time pasteas¡to create, serious uneasiness in the ? mindsiof :: those who j estimating the future;írbm the dis- couragingcircùmsta»ret||siirroundirig the reseut, cpuld pei^¿!ratófe^^Kmptoms eal- es of very with de --wi ¿KEB «f*r --¿su-- ra ^»ssaar/ *;e"^on °-: ^B^rfeali^w^e^^^^^iPn'eaith;;v/as ^naturally wedms^j^ra^y the want of labour. Every great bra...

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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE WOOL TRADE. LIVERPOOL, 1ST JANU\RI, 1848 -When m our last annual circular we intimated the necessity of caution, we little imagined''the very grave and^ serious 'reverses which our manufacturing and general commercial interests would experience during 1847 ,w marking it asa year long'to be4 painfully íemembtrekl for the almost unequalled amount; ot embaiiassmcnt tritailed'on the trad- ing community. Wc< may, peiháps, principally attribute this result to the enormous excess of money-value of our imports (including provisions) over that of our cxpoi ts. Whether the amount of imports under the circumstances was excessive, it is not, our piovince to inquire, but under oui pre- sent luxutetl system of cuirency we can speak of the effect as most decisive and disastrous. By the adverse influence of the exchanges trade became paralysed, a frightful dopi ecialmn in the value of almost every ailicle followed, and was succeedid by a mpney crisis of the most inte...

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THE TALLOW TRADE. MONDAY, FEB. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

f I j rftùH í«¿CHEnTALLQWnTRADE. ,7 .>».«. -f m1; i rlWTi '.«o ú !>MONbAVF£BÍ''í,4';f'',< ! 1- HU -Í1Í' liri luinuiu wtJi.ni y, \tu., uvui vira. t/u. , lu ena per cwt., tjio deliveries have been( good. - lb large quantity rbro|1glit to, auction ,oh Friday has somewhat'checked the demand, and the nominal bp pi ice for Russian, to-day js 53s. 6d. per cwt. ; town tallow, 53s. 6d. to 34s. pc(. cfwt., net cash ; rough1 fat, 3s. per 8 \hs. = . (

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SELECT POETRY. "THOSE MARRIAGE BELLS." [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

SELECT POETRY.       "THOSE MARRIAGE BELLS."               »(fa ii M1''"-t oi i»r»-.f»-.i í/ ir i«.) CiT-i ?~r>,' .? ¡ iii/M^Çv««s^ntmilgie íloaüngjby.tr, .,,,' f, i," j^s^tfujjpnjthebr^eJtjSjWells,^;^ t,<>{,/ , ri ?iV,|lkh wfuàg myaspâlwiâi^agony ;if/; 4 , ij;,, ^orj^ib^h'ts^ngfgflue that.galheç.fast,,, . ,',-, JkçM>fhe3mcmSr,yI .q^thcjpast,, T*U!, ,ftfW ~ 'HA1he>^ëlcÎ>V,>»hinff tiâSnïj """ 'AVb'ijíV/sinfÍéá ándftears",tipon her cheêlc,'J ^TbïdHriorôWaU'allHhat'lips'cbuld speák: ' .'," iii,nu \n " rtif>o.^1 *j.!i ' " UJ*'J'" J ..1 lAnd I.had/lovcdvthee, ah1, too truly 1 JJ »! vullad tlioughtlcach: beamy, smile of thine, .-EàchJwinhing glanceiûf- thy darb eye; J IÍ'I Each« iríur'mur. of/thyilipstwas mine h. . ¿fitilfastl fbreathed »tb/ dear loved name .'- - 4 It fed! my Jove's deceitful 'flame, i >, .Vu li/camc at.láet.'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

SALE BY AUCTION. MR. DOWSE V\f ILL Sell by Public Auction, at the Auction ¥ T Mart, North Brisbane, f ON MONDAY NEXT, At 12 o'clock, ' >. A few well assorted Books Reading Lamp Chessmen and Board Pictures The property of a gentleman who has left the district. ALSO, A very useful Saddle Hof se and Poney, a Mare, &c, &c, &c. ; Terms at Sale. A REAL HAVANAH. " < < TU[RS. DOWSE begs to inform her numerous *.*.* customers that, in addition to her well selected stock of choice Manillas (Nos. 3, 4, and 5), she has also just received from ALDIS' A few boxes of superior Havanab Cigars And a few real Meircheums. American and Colonial Tobacco of the best qualities. i , Snuffs-.Scented Ruppec / Tonquin Mixture Scotch, &c, &c. The best cut Tobacco, in 2 oz., ^ lb., and ¿ lb» packages. ! N.B.-The CIRCULATING LIBRARY ia daily receiving additional New Works, and arrange« inents have been nude with a Sydney, Agent tof a large and const...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT.jGOVERNMENT WHARF. j '' MORN. EVEN. June 24-Saturday.[., 5.10 6.9 25-Sunday ». I. 6.48 « 7.26 25-Monday. 8.1' 8.32 27-Tuesday. 9.1 9.26 28-Wednesday...'.,, 9.51 10.13 29-Thursday:.;'.:' 10.33 10.53 30-Friday2..',. 11.12 11.30

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

?».??" '?'" VARIETIES.' A-" l'I VI i ..li ¡,Y.'! J: . ,: V .. i ' «i < "? J i i s n * ';i / J i nu .. A,,HpAVX LOA,D, J-A j Cincinnati paper,Mp speaking o£,a drunken scoundrel,¡who was]caught hythe police,,and lodged m .gaol, gays, .?, Three or four sheep, and a pair of saddle-bags weip found upon his person {" t . ' , > ^VlIAT.ARPíOÉ-.fttóOTrflTCSj OF"faßPQlUfflirE? -^hejShouldibojbeautifuLasio pea-hen, go.mle;ajïi a Jdlrtb, prudqnt« as 'ai mouse,j>jtfst«HasCHfaithful? mirror, .pure as-the scdtejtof«a'Í!Íts.h ;- sjip,,mustj mourn for berjdeceased husband Jike a'jsjie-camcl,;; and.livejn her ¡widowhood like a bird1 which, has] lost ita wiogs ! i r? 'it lr j o i, >!?"> ^i,)) .SCENE IÜÍ A. NEWSPAPER OFFICE".-Enter thrce^ men,"üñe after another;.all breathless.-1st Man A Ldrdf-'ia»murdered .': 'Editor :' ^How ? *when>PJ where P >2iid Man: He's'not dead at all; only' dangerously ' wounded. I3rd'Man : You're^botlt > wlong1 ;' the bullet » parsed ' through'...

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CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS. (From the Times, Feb. 7) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS. CF)om ÏU Times, Fell lj THE situation of Jftaly continues to occupy the press and thp ppblictof Paris in apainfu. degree., The King' pf, Cardinia would appear, seriously alarmed «by ¡the, colossal preparations for, war made by Austriajn the neighbourhood of his states. NotjOnly had he ordered that .Alessandria be placed, l out of, danger,<frpm a coup ,dq,>ptai?i, but'was *i arming all his fortresses of the, Alps,", says,the, Ûazette des France, " and in spite ,of the rigour of. Iho.season, caused the recruits, whoso,regiments 1 were stationed in Savoy to pass Mount Cenis." On the other hand, the power of tlie Austrians in Lombardy, already irresistible, was hourly in- creasing. The country was, in, the language of the paper just quoted, " uuder the yoke ol militai y teiror."; ,, .. " us ' One of'our'Par is letters states that the uneasi- ness which these i proceedings cause to all who desire ithe (continuance of, ppaco augments every moment. Even b...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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