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CONSEQUENCES OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

j CONSEQUENCES ¡OF'WAE,-' The banishment of- onr merchant ships anti coasters from the ocean and lakes.! > Suspension of Specie Payments ! Universal Jtag Money ! Direct Taxes ! No Revenues from the Customs! No Commerce! Taxes on Farms! Tuxes ou Cattle! Taxes on Crops! Stamp Tuxes! T.ixes on uverything ? A National Debt of Two Hiiuilreil Millions for e Win- of Four Years ! The bombardment of New York, Oswego, Boifulo, Detroit, Chicago, nod Charleston, The bloukude of all our ports,rivers, and sounds. Constant plundering upon thc sea coast. Repeated snromonscs to arms ! Conscription among the militia ! Widows, orphans, hosts of men with one leg, one arm, one eye, maimed, mutilated, &c. These ure bnt pictures. All will end in the re- sumption of negociutors cannot agree, in arbitration -the points wè start from. [This is a common sense view-tonch a man's pocket yon awaken his sensibilities. Most truly did Jlyron say " Take lives, take wives, tako ought-except metis' purses."...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Squatters. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

To tilo Squatters. , - , . I . 'Australian Squatters, your fame TU expand now,- j 'Ye ni Taro becoming so monstrously grand now,1;; : Stalking over our city, and reading with joy, ' . I ? That soon ye'll be governed by Charley Fiuroy-j.j That banners of freedom shall float in thc breeze^ ' When Gipps and his laws are far over tho ff eas. I; j '?: That's all very Cne, and I Uko well your theory, j ; But mark ye, dear Squatters, I'm doubting you sse ; awry ; . . *., , * j When Charles holds the rein you moy cut a Qno'das|h Dui stuff well your coats and prepare for the lash? ¡ No longer you'll lounge in the gunjèr ot ease, j When Gipps omi his laws are far over the seas." ; i _ ' "... -,

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 — 4 July 1846

Will be published on Saturday, the 4th of . . July, {this Evening,) No. 1 of the WILL O'THE WISP, A Weekly Journal of News, Politics, Lite- rature, Frolick and Frtncy. PUBLIC NOTICE. ' TATHURST~Parties in this district, are Cautioned against paying any sums on account of the Proprietors of this Journal to Mr. George A. Lowe, as no receipt given by liim will now be held valid. NO TICE' TO con n ESP O NDEN TS. All communications to thc Office of Bell's .Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received. '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

WANTED A HUSBAND. Wanted n husband ! able to bo All that n wife is delighted to soe : Attentive and loving, good-tempered and hind, Never crossing, or thwarting, or ever inclined To dispute what his wife to advance has n mind. He must not be young, and he must not bc old, He must not be bashful nnd must not be bold, He must not be short und ho must not be tall, He must not bc " very" big, must not bo small ; Say-not less than four foot, and not more than six, Doth humorous, witty ; no: given to tricks That destroy n wife's comfort; whenever she fix Tho hour for dinner, to keep it lie must Let nothing prevent him ; or else for a ernst To be eaten in peace, as Job's wife would let it, He'll find that his own wife will " wish lie may get it." He must play just n little ; but not mnko a stir : (Sufficient nt nil times to accompany her.) He must waltz (with her only, 1 and dunce, that is if She's present, if not, declare he's ' too stiff'. Whenever they're ont on n visit, hu must Attend ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Irregularities. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

í Police Irregularities. . j.AsioxGST the many abuses which entail inconvenience, loss, and annoyance upon ia the public, that of permitting the attorney j-,; for the plaintiff or the defendant to put off > the hearing of, cases fer their own' peculiar convenience deserves prominent notice. ?Nothing is now more common than for an ¡attorney to appeal to the bench to posptone ja case in which he may be engaged, tor the r purpose of appointing a day and hour which accords best with his own private arrange- ments, dr that of the attorney engaged on the opposite side. The request is seldom discountenanced, and it appears to be so much a matter of course that if not com- plied with in some future instance, we shall probably hear a disappointed legal gentle-, man, testify his chagrin in being debarred from participating in an established privi- lege. Whilst this objectionable latitude is al- lowed to attorneys and counsel, the business of the court must frequently' be seriously interfer...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trial of Lord Ferrers in 1759. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Trial of Ziord Ferrers in 1759. -o The very extraordinary trial which has Jlntelv occupied the nttention of one of oar civil courts' and which lins been the town, as well, doubtless, as the country talk, for some ilnys past, tuny fender (he following sketch of one of the aucestors of the principal actor in this cornelly worthy of perusal Tt Jnay to soma of our readers be familiar euongh, but at thia particular moment it is fraught with in- terest, and may prove some extenuation of the ec- centricity, or in common "parlance, monomania,"' which, characterises the head of the unfortunate house of Ferrers. The period of which we write is tlio year 1759, tli> last of the rèigu of George the Second Laurence, fourth Earl of Ferrers, eldest son of tho Honourable Laurence Shirley, was a nobleman con- versant in the constitution of bis country, nud at times was deemed an intelligent and shrewd man. On divers occasions, however.heexbibited symptoms of constitutional insanity. For mo^e than ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Address to Sir Charles Napior. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Address to Cir diaries Iffapior. We subjoin from the Kurrachee Adver- tiser of the 31st Dec., the address delivered by Sir Charles Napier to the troops at a general parade of the garrison, lt is cer- tainly, as our contemporary states, charac- teristic enough-that is, considerably more emphatic than dignified ; a good round scolding, in fact, rather than address : .* Soldiers-I know that the ranks of the artillery have plenty of'good soldiers as good, and better, soldiers than myself; I know that in the 86th there are plenty ot good soldier-as good, and better, soldiers than 1 am ; but there are in every regiment a set of infernal villains, who break out when war is declared, and commit every atrocity. No, soldiers ; from the moment war is declared, I cast mercy away for all delinquents. Before God, in whose, pre- sence we all are, I here tell you that I will not spare one of these men whom I catch destroying discipline and the honor and .glory of our arm» ; I will pursue them un ra...

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 — 4 July 1846

A COWAHD.-»" You are . cowardsaul a lo Londoner to a poor countryman, wlio had refuse to fight, "Ko, I beaut," said the couutrytnau "I have nothing to do with cows ; I am a she] herd," rtrj(OTtTJii.lTY.-There ts not an office, professioi or avocation, from the high duties of the monars down to the, vile drudgery of the dustman, that dot ' «ot owe half its hpuoura, respectability, and succcs /to punctuality. ^. THE JjjijÄv FORKS.-It is curious enough tin natrons' should be distinguished by so trifling circumstance as the mode of using the fork at tabl An Englishman is remarkable for placing his foi at the left side of his plate ; the Frenchman is ri cognised at table for using the fork alone, withoi the knife; a German by planting it perpendicular: in his plate ; and a Russian by using it is a tooti pick ! A DBOP TOO Moen.-A New York paper state that a man named Neville is iu custody for takin a drop too much, namely, for marrying Miss Aniel Drop, whilst he had another wife living. L...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NED O'HARA v. BILL PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

NED O'HARA v. DILL PEBRY. This case, as quoted in our publication of a recent /jal", has terminated by the defendant reQgding tile sum of £178, to- gether with j^ut £90 costs, to the plain- tiff's at to meggi order to stay proceedings. " DiscroÄ* is tho heel part of valor." * Hork forward Australiu! co - The Pigeítroíatch, which wc noticed in our last, in jSfflsequence of the dillicuhy of procuring btr%, did not come ort'till Mon- day, when S§ *' young un" beat the Old Sportsman 3Sf one bird-the young 'un killing 5 antTXratinon 4 birds out of 6 each. The attentrcfifce on the ground, although not very innperous was select, but as the match did ü$J take place till after 4 o'clock -there wopo time for any bye-mutches.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

SPORTING REVJJEWER. Haces to Come. Braidwood.7th aud Oth .Tilly. Port Macquarie....'.21st ami 22ml July. Petersham.2!)th July. FivoDock. 17th and 13th Sept. Maitland . 10th, 50th, 21sl Aug.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1840. LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 181Ü. LIBEL CASE. ON Friday. Mr. Kitchen, the printer o j the Sentinel newspaper, was fully com- mitted for having published-in that journal a libel upon Mr. Curtayne. The attack upon the individual was ¡t covert and gra- j tuitous insult upon the Roman Catholic v community in gcneial, and the Senti?iel has for a length of time endeavoured vainly to escape from its obscurity and insignificance by gaining the contemptible notoriety to which gross vituperation might, if com- bined willi thc slightest scintilla of talent, have secured for it. An attack upon a man for his religious opinions is base and atrocious, but when that is made thu medium of levelling venomous and revolting insults, at any section of the colonists, it becomes ten-fold more hateful, vile, and disgusting.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Corresponden ts. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

To Corresponden ta. CRIBBAGE.-If you omit to take what you are entitled to, your adversary cannot score the omission. In (ive card cribbage, the dealer is not entitled to flush in a crib, unless the same as the turn up card. BATHURST.-Co Kn-You have sent a long way for the decision-7, 7., 7, 7, and a 1 count 21. TROTTING^-The Nonpareil trotted 100 miles in 10 hours. ZERO.-A man has walked a mile under.8 minnies . '' -this question has been answered before. Q,_Thc half pay of a Lieutenant is Os. per day. DAN.-Tom Oliver was beaten by Donnelly in July, 1810. N ' P. P. HERALD hod been attended to.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Settlers Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Settlers' Trice -Carrent. --o CATTXJE. Owner, No, WeigW Price, , Parch, _ ^ Hassel 107 040 £4 4 o} ^J*, Sear's 03 0(0 3 5 0 Argent

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 — 4 July 1846

Original Corrosponaonco. F$35" Thc Kflitor docs not identify himself with thc opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to public consideration.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Shipping- Intalllg-oncc. -o AR1UVALS. JcxB 27.-Falcon, schooner, 49 tons, Merrett, muster, from Tahiti the-ttth of May, Itiateu. the j 13th of May, Navigator Islands the ¿Util of May, I and Newcastle tile 22ud of June. I 28.-Thistle, steamer, 127 tons, Mulhall, muster, from Launceston the 20th Melbourne the 20th, and Twofold Hay the 20th of June. 28.-Coaxer, barque, 310 tons, rîtilny, master from Liverpool the 10th ol'February. . 23.-Lightning, brig, 182 tons, Mellish, master, from Launceston the 20th Juue. 28.-Christina, brig, 120 tons, Saunders, master, from Port Phillip the 25th of June. 30.-Abel Gower, barque. (P. O. P.) 313 tons, Alexander, master, from London, having left the Downs the Oth of February. 30.-Waterlilly, schooner, Kayle, master, from Hobart Towu the 23rd instant. JULY 1.-Maitland, steamer, 103 tous, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie. 2..-Vansittart, cutter, 5ft tons, Pitt, master, from Launceston the 2~th of Juue. DEPARTURES. Justs 20.-Louisa, brig. Million, m...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAY AND CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

i HAY .IXD COHN" MARKET. H ny, 100 louds, from Ss. OJ. to Os. Cd,, average Os. 0.1. lier cwt. Straw, 18 loads, from 3s. to os. Od., average 3s. 0.1. per cwt. Wheat, 12 loads, frota (is. G»l. to 7s. Od., average Os. lOd. per bushel. Green Bedding, from 5s. Od. to Cs. Od. per load. Greeu Fodder, from Od. to Os. Od. per dozen.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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In my Cottage near a Rail. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Im tay Calta** sear n Kati. In ray cottage near a" rail,"* ' 'Bliss «nit Betsy now are raine ; Bliss, how " very like a whale," Wedded love beside a " line S" Clatter, clatter-horrid row ! Puff and whistle, scream and w hizz ! Oh ! you can't imagine how Disagreeable it is. Vain the sigh, the whisper vain, Breathed in passion's fond excess ; Hauling by, the thund'ring train Bnrks the voice of tenderness. Oft, at eve, »ill Betsy dear . Sit and sing me " Alice Gray . But that engine, boiling near. Always drowns my fov'rite loy. Ever nt the morning's meal, Or the happy hour of tea, All our cups and saucers reel, Often spilling the boneo. Floors, and walli», and windows shake, Just as though the house would fall ; And our heads, moreover, ache, With thc smoke, and smell, ami all. Oh ! for some seqnester'd spot, ' Far from stokers and from steam, Where we might enjoy our lot, Realising Love's young dream ; Would we had not ta'en a lease Foolish pair'! ourselves to nail-. Soon we'll fly, i...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

MAITLAND. A ss AU LT WIT ti F i ii E A UM s-Dan ¡el Shea. of Narrowgut, near Morpeth, and William Hicks, his neighbour, appeared before the Maitland hench yesterday morning, the former to prefer a complaint against the hitter for assault, nnd for presenting a loaded gun at his (the complainant's) wife. 'The persons of both bore evident marks ol violence, particularly the defendant, whose face and throat showed that he had been throttled and bruised in no very gentle manner. The complainant had a severe bruise on the temple, near the left eye. On Monday evening last, it appeared, the com- plainant went out for about an hour, leaving Mrs. Shea at home, and on his return he .found the defendant at the door in the act of presenting a gun at her. When she saw lier husband coming she let the defendant (whose back was to him) know it, in order to intimidate him, as she dreaded the ex- plosion of the gun, the muzzle of which was within a yard of her. On this the dé- fendent turned round, an...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

I Pollco Reports. On Monday nine and twenty tipplers, all in a row, were introduced to magisterial notice : certain blank looks were observable amongst thu "gemmen" in blue, on seeing ?,fr. Holden take his seat; he ran rapidly through thc mob, using ten derly the cases which appeared worthy of lu's forbearance : possibly Captain Innes, whose teetotal predilection is in high favour with the police, might have yielded a greater degree of satisfaction ; but it is much to bo regretted, that both his pre cepts and his punishments have been insufficient to check the vice. It almost seems as if Bacchanals liked n little wholesome chastisement ; for, since he ias so regularly attended to the "early business," a considerable increase has been made in the number of candidates for the magistrates, fatherly correction. In fact, from four or live they have mounted up to nearly a snore and a half. MARINE Ru M PUS.-Charles Ashton,a sea- man of the barque "Augustus," dragged np Charles Collins, his...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

ÏQXTOX.XSS SZTRJICTS. -a Ax Onr-mir.-A lady lately died in Tojo«». Rp-iin, eged 150, leaving an only orphan daughter 80 years ohl, to bewail her loss and exchange. Tíie King of the French, in compliance with the wish expressed by the medical congress, has ordered that the portrait of M.-Bichat shall be placed in the . historical gallery of the Palace of Versailles, mid the Miuister of the Interior has conferred a pension on the brother of that celebrated mao. Eight hours' sleep is the maximum allowed by Liebig. Napoleon slept only four hours ; Welling- ton six. Captain the Hon. Charles IUchnrd West, who had been appointed military secretary to his Excellency Sir Hugh Gough, the Commander in-Chief in ludia, in thc room of Lieutenant Haines, ii second sou of Earl Delawarr, Lord Chamberlain of her Majesty's household. We are informed that Major-General Lord Saltouu, late of the Grenadier Guards, lins received the Colonelcy of the SS th Foot, vacant by tho death of General Sir W. Clinto...

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