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ROCKHAMPTON. March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

110CKHAMPT0N. March 24, Iii the matter of the MacUcn&tc minders, the cone for Uie Cru'vn chased yesterday. fcixty viitDesfii'B were examined. Tlic enno for tho defi-iicu commcnccd to day. Only one witness, Mrs. Ottlcy, tvas examined, after which Sir. M'Dcvitt addjessud tlie jury, making a good ppccch on behalf ol the prisoner. The Attorney-Gjenerui replied briefly. His Honor will sum up to-morrow. He stated that tie Bumming up will take liira six hours, TI12 Dianiontina will be detained till 5 o'clock on Friday morning, to take the Judge And liar to Brisbane. Tlie crushing tnaohiuc of the IUctor Ucuf commenced working on Saturday. The Valentino Crushing Company's machi nery arrived yesterday from Melbourne. The Nil Dcsnurnnduin machine is working splendidly, and has already cleared its first cost.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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FOREST TREES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) CEDAR OF LEBANON. (Pinus Cedrus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

FOREST TREES. (I'BOM A CoRIIESPOM>CKT.) CEDAll oFtEBANON (Ptaus Oedrus.) The cedar hits always been consiiicred a most valuable as well a: no ornamental timber tree. As nn ornamental tree, no other excels it. It is a native of the mouu tains of Libunus, Amnuiie, and Taurus. ? It is calculated that tliere are non many more cedars in England than iu Palestine, al'hough it was only introduced iu 1083. The oldest specimens are BuppuRed tube tlio two in the Apothecaries' Botanic Garden st Chelsea; but there are some of much greater dimensions in various parts of England. Zion House, Wliitton Park, Stow, Warwick Casile, and Pains Qill are all noted for their cedars. In the park at OJaremout (here aro upwards of one hundred cedars. The cedar docs not thrive well in the vicinity of larce towns. The proper situa tiou is that of nn elevated spot and pure air. \ The frequent and solemn allusions to the cedar in Holy Writ seem to give it a j sacred character, which is increased by a : knowle...

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HORSEMEN v. DOGS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

HORSEMEN v. DOGS. {To the Editor of the Examiner and Timet,) SiSt-Go inlo whatever street you like, take your own time fur it, morning, noon, | or night, and the benevolent hearted towards , the canine race muet.be delighted to see I how great is tlio number, variety, and color j of cur#, mongrels and respectable dogs in ! Warwick. Those who walk, and do not object to have a portion of flesh extracted , from their understandings from lime to time, | are fortunate in comparison with the un luoky individuals who happen to be on horseback, whose arrival is duly noted and made the starling puint of a race of dogs, of all ages, siees, and degrees. Occasionally a spill 10 the horseman is the result, but not j until some J.P. or other potentate gets-his ucck broke by this everyday occurrence, Sd alt probability will any stepB be taken to abate this terrible nuisance. If registration of dogs are useless to prevent this state of affairs from continuing (not that one-half of the doge in the &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

S< ^iwcrtistmtnts.. WANTED OME Good SHEEP DOGS A trial re quired.-Apply to - ~ n W. O. BALLS. \ 576 Stock atid: Station Agent. WANTED . . . : GOOD HOB9RS. thoroughly <julot,.»ndi Hroket)-ln to Saddle.--Apply to ' W. C. BALLS, 676 Stock and Station Agent. WASTED, V A SHALL Well-grassed PADDOCK, of' froin Five to Ten A Orel, within a short distance of to«n. and permanent water. _ Apply by letter to A. A., officb ot this paper. ' Anoapaotable MIDDLU-AQED WOMAN «b Hoosokeeper. Halt bo a Rood Cook.. Apply in writing to A tt O, offioe of ibis paper. Beferences lequlred. SIS WAKTBD 50,000 SHEEP. iAAAA to 60.000 VVELL-BBKD tV/jUUU SHEEP wantod, principally . Even, fit to atook Country. Particulars of ami, prioe, and breod la. be tent Sn by let May. 3868. to B. J. MACKENZIE. Stock and Station Agent-. CI 2 Warwick. SHEERJiHEEP. To Free Selector* anfl Othen. H W. G. BALLS AS on hand SHALL LOTS OF SBBBPi. at the lowest prices for CASH. Bank of New Math. Wi)«I» Warwick. THI...

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Drowning of the Bishop of Grafton and Armidale, his Son and Servant. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Drowning of the Bin bop of Grafion and Armtdale, U* Hon and Servant. We (S. M HerMd) hnve received the follow, ins distressing intelligence from oar corres pondent m Grafton/ GsirTOH. Mokdat. 9 a.nyr The Right Be*. Dr. gt»wr. Jiihr of Orsflon end Armidale, his imMV and female servant were drowned the [ upnetting of a boat on the dn^^Hver. Tiie Bishop conducted the evening GrsfW. and was returning, at 10 o'clock, to niatanpBthorpa (better known M Kjroh neratadt). situate on the banks of the river, accompanied by Ma eon. Mr. Brans, Junes Creiphton and two female .errant*. After proceeding about a mile the wind befog freil). sail ..! get s near the upper aid Of Mltabeth Island a sodden goatof wind apset the boat. The survivors eay the little boy, wh» was asleep, was not seen afterwards. Otefghton, while attempting to rescue the Bishop, was seised by a servant, when, to sere himself, he bad to leave go hie hold of the Bishop, who was nevurseen again. Survivors, when picked op were nearl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

THE dramiitcr anir Cirncs IS P(TBLT8HED IN WARWICK BmfMTDUAV HORW1K6, 4B lime Iter (he ©ntfolnu Hall*. 9)m tMBflt of Subscription is FIVE dBlbLliraS per waiter, In all cam ID i^viioe, Single copiea, BIXPHHOE, COAX'S OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING I. 4. Two Use* 1 0 lootA). £ 0 Sit do * 6 Eighth # 0 Bveiy additional six lion or odder la. Diawiu'T On 18 consecutive insertions 2ft per cent. » 38 " All AdmrUnnenta tnunt specify on tlieir j fyi>^ Hit number of times they are l« be in-1 serted: If aunt in without this «i>ecifieHti»n. such .drartieemeots will he inserted until CoanUrnianded, and chained for accordingly. All Adaartiaements roust be aent in not latar than t p.m. on Fridays. Ordata for withdrawal or alteration must be tfon-anbaorlbars' advertliements moat be ..Id far previous to Initrtlun. Marriages, Blrthi, and Deaths. t». per lUMttoa* AGENT IN StONRT - Messrs Gocduft and CK>tdi, George.it re et AGENTS IN BRISBANE: ltr.O. D. liAasisosi.fiut loner & News Agent, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

TO THE WOBRIUPFUI. THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACTING IV AMD FOB THE DISTRICT OF WAtlWirK, IS THE COLONY OP QUEENS. AND. IQEOBQE ROSE. Innkeeper, holding I a license for the " Sandy Creek Hotel" situate at Sandy Creek, (n the district of Warwick, do hereby gire notice that it is mv intention to apply At the GENERAL '-ICENSING MEETING, to be held fortlfe 'an TUESDAY, ttie 21st da; of April uing, for a RENEWAL of sucb Ven onder my hand thin twenty sixth d.iy of March. one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight. «1T GEOEGK BOSE. TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACTING IN AND "FOB THE DISTRICT OF LEYBURN, IN THE COLONY OF QUUKN6LAND. IPATBICK LIDDY. Innkeoper, now re j aiding at Leyhnrn.do hereby gire notice that it ia mv intention to apply at the next ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING for granting Publicans' Licenses, to be holdeti for thia district, en the Slat day of April next enaning, for a Publicans' License for the rale of fermented and spirituous liquors, in the house and appurt...

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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

iHrstclIaiirons. The New tf-.rk ti"trcBp indent of (be Daily Actcs remark* at consiJei-ahIo length upon the jrrent .. ncuealioii" of Mr, Dickon's rea'tinge in America. The greut n<»vvliflt him !ud crowded ll MSf*. PlTSOtlB liegtn to flHBemble liefdle (lie office where the ticke** arc maid as early ah midnight, and aland thtough thu winter's night, waiting in order to be lure of Retting 1»lnc"«. ,B At the mte charged for admirfttjon.*' aaya *be writer, ' encit evening'* reading must bring Dickens 4000 or about £500. Hit eiiilit reedin.'B at New Y«rk and would CM«cqiieu*ly hriug him £1(01. »<id I ceit'iinlv tie-llO why he fchnliM not uiva eight time* « In the name places with exactly i|i© mHie re-nit." The London Obterver of January 5**3'*: -The |i«i nhi|iitil ff c»iivivU for' \Ve*ier«i Australia iHt thi« countiy three wuuka since. Ifencefuih nn convict* will he aent to any part of Australia An engagement was entered into In 18G4 by the llutne Guvem went with the...

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A Year's Immigration from the Mersey. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

A lew's Immigration from . (he Mrntey. Notwithstanding tfio unset and continued depr*K*ioa in. trade during the past ye«r, tlio return* |>repine<i by tho G<*ernine:it emigra tion agent al Liverpool* aliow that there ha« bgnti a conrfderatdo rcduc<iou in tin number of eihi-jiantfi letting c-unpaied willi 1866. The duoenae has been entirely in (hot clnae «f emigrants who sail un*lei' the phtvi.ioiM tif (In* Act. Tho emigrant* of a liiilier uta le. or th «M3 who avail flie.nttetves of ahips iiidupeudunt of the Act, and ire prin cipally mtiin pawmger*, have slightly in cre»ined in tiutnber. Muring the year there h ire left Liverpool 8lfl«hips under (lie pr<» vU:ot>« of the Act. which Cnmcri 7,765 citbin »nd 97,0**fl AtvetHp! pa*Rc»iR6i. Of the uteer Hge SI we'-e EngJifth, 2.332 Se»ith- 83 Ts6 Iri*h. ami 24 743 t»iker c<>na trie*. Till* pnit of the emigtfttlon trim thus i|i»<r<hiited To the United Suite...

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The New Land Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

Tho I.nml \<t. Tlirf-ll wi'H ii st.Ui:tioil« toC nnlnis iuiieis of Cinwn I.HIIIU alrl l.ninl Am-nt* were joili lihtied id the Gournmrnt (Jtizrtlc of Satur day. Department of PnUi<- Lauds. Ilviiiliane. 2Mil Mmcii. 18GS. The Commissioner of Crown Lutids, District. Fir,-In carrying out Mie prnvi-inn* of til" "Crown Lund* AlL-iiiit;on Aet of 18"8 *ihe Government deem it --f impo'tauce tint llier-? should be a uniformity of action Anion ;»t the officer* ap^ointod to AdMinist^r it, tli-i follow ing: in«tructi"ns have, (li.'refire, been prepared fur their ipiidauc*, wMcli. witli the iv.'UlvtlwnS and formi. appended. will it H 'o he h"i"'d tniitio Hi" coiiniii«r-ioi er. silt o'li.r officer" wortii'ig node* the Apt t» i(* vmiiii* « In I'ctifoio.iiy «i!li t'»e iiiii-ii'ioiiH of <i'C 1 e£'-lntu'i', 'e.'anl «t tlr* mime time W tu« iIt|ni uno-iy* of the j.titdie. hv in tiisdOL-iug. an fir nti pi*autieali e, iiitiijdii'.ity md ac.-ur*>jy iutt t'ie iK'|i«tt in u...

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The New Dominion of Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

The Ikew Dominion of Canada. The Year Bonk of the now dominion of Camida sh»ws very distinctly that the elements *»f h grc.it ciftttun are found in this cl'Miy. A Turied. but healthy climate; a fruitful soil, capable of producing all the necwarie*. and many of the luxuries, of lir«»; gold* i'O'U coal. copper, ai d other mines; an admirable ny«t«*m of bnnking; grimt public work* In c«n*ls Hnd lailwnyn; rcuinrkntily complete postal «md ne> viee<, « illi an urea of nrnilv 400 (KM aquare mile*. and a piputation hOMeiing on 4,0<tfJ.0(H) rapidly incVi'/^Ju?. A* to the »opntaiim*. »!ier* «'C 450000 farmer* owiiinp lmid« 100 OQO Uhoreti nil farms *0>00 lumberers. 6(t 0-^0 laborer* In citie«. 200,000" tnchauica of a1! hinds 60,01)0 tru'lor* mi l at»reUeuper* 30 000 flatter Uiou atti) tnnrinerA. 25.000 pr >fu»*hnRK and 55.000 servant* and others of the menial class, The a hmh tailed *aiae of the product* of t*ie iiid'int y of the people lust year amounted to 210...

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Greek Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

Greek. I'lre. The report# which have appcnrea in the | |ifl|iei a, and the additional f-ida made kimrt'ii to the polieu te-prnting tli« rerent n*e '.f <Jre«'k tiief-T incendiary purposes linvin,? I'ftii-ed rtiniie ti'il: i.l n u». i| Inrt hem 11i"'ilit I ndvj*a< 11. bv a KCiitl.-nmti . .ronpying a liiilt ' Hittl rc*|Ki- aiMo position it ili« niHinp lis in i iniUi- re*jv uiinj? f lie MM|.« «.f I lit? c: >-oiiii'(i(i'ifl riiiuiL'il, u>i<1 ro nsci-i tain by net-mi CX| c»imrut wl.at nuiy he ex. peeled tu result h'Mn iin fuquent employim-nt by F'-oinn« or by <'tlier ill-di-po-t^d pi'iM»n« Of dielii t iy <»f (I'tfr.li fir- little is known A f*4"Iter «'f the CMUtiun Cliutcli. wrilin** in the finl. cent my, pi ro two leceipt* fur making the compound, bis m aterials being pulverised i ie*in. aulj.hur, pitch, opoj'tmax.ptgecm4* dung, and spirits of ttirpeiiC n«*. It tru* often used in (he u-firri between ilie Chit»tian* and 8ara fen...

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SYDNEY. Trial and Conviction of O'Farrell. Sydney, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

SYDNEY. Trial and Conviction of O'Farrell. Sydney, March 2G. The trial.of O'Farreli fur the atiempted aeaaslnaUon of His Royal High DOBS the Duke of Edinburgh (postponed from Thurs day last), was resumed Lbis morning. Six jurors were challenged by the Crown, and none by the prisoner. All the witnesses for the Crown have been examined. None of tbem were cross examined. The insanity of tho prisoner is the only defence. ' Mrs. Allen, his sister, Who lives at Emerald Hill near Melbourne, and several other wit nesses were called for the defence to prove that O'Farreli is Insane. ft Wat proved that be left Ireland when young.' He first studied law and then theology, but afterwards gave up both ; and, Hfcis return from England to Australia, he t * store for «pme time at Ballarat. < He iheig he heoame irascible and inco herent ia hie discourse, apparently through peeuolaty losses and delirium tremtnt. He htl not except on one occasion, been lieard toipeak of Feuianism. Numerous w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

WANTED A GOOD SERVANT. Apply tfl Mrs. C. F. CUHMING. 635 Warwick,. NOTKE. THE SALE if Mr A spin ill's HOBSES it unavoidably POSTPONED. The Bale will take place on WEDNESDA 16lli inst., instead of 8tli, as advertised. W. H. BUOWN. 036 Auctioneer. WANTED A COOK. Apply this day. DAVIS, HARBIS & CO. Warwick, April 3rd, 1668. 631 "n WANTED. GOOD HANDY HAN with the Ate L and Adze as FENCER Apply at the office of tUli paper. 629 ON MALE BY the undersigned, 18 and 35 COTTON SAW GINS A. B. PRITCHARDdt CO.. 630 Brisbane. WANTED A Respectable MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN ns Housekeeper. Must be a ftood Cook.. Apply in writing to A BC, office of tbis paper. Kcfcrencea required. SIS.' WANTED SO,OOO HHEEP, A(\ AAA to 60.000 WELL-BBKD SHEEP wanted, principally E»c», fit to stock Country. Particulars of a free, price, and breed to bft sent in by lit May. 1868. to U. J. MACKENZIE. Stock and Station Agent.?? 612 Warwick. SHEEP,SHEEP. To Free Selectors and Otben. W. C.BALLS HAS on hand SMALL LOTS OP SHEE...

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MELBOURNE. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

MELBOURNE. March 30, j Mr. Btddie ha« aiked fur farther time to enable htm to form a Ministry. ' March 81. The tfro men under sentence of death, Cunningham and Whclan, were executed to dir. Parliament has adjourned far a week to permit the completion of Uinisterlal arrange ment!.

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The Mackenzie River Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

The Mackenzie Itlvrr Tragedy. Another act in the Mackenzie lUver tragedy has been finished. The miser able wretch, who by one single leap descended from his high estate to become a robber and a murderer, was, on Wednesday last, sentenced to ex piate his grave offence on the gallows; and when this sentence is carried out (he curtain will fall upon a tragedy which, fortunately for social life in the colonies, stands almost alone in the cold-blooded atrocity which marked the crime ol the principal actor. The man whom the law has adjudged, to be guilty ot this foul murder, previous to its commission appeared to have been specially favored by fortune. He ar rived in Brisbane about seven years ago, and occupied for a considerable time the position of Chief Constable in the metropolis; and during the time be filled this office he secured for him self many friends-friends, too, who. had the ability and the will to assist him iu climbing the ladder which leads to social distinction, llis fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

H TUB READY AKD UU UK9IKDV. OllOWAt'S OINTMENT, CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. The fint hnapltal aurgpont and tnediea) authors of Europe (limit the nnparalled antl inflammatoiy and healing panpertiei of tble ointment; guTerumat t« IfttictiuQ itft um la, tlieii naval and military aer»Ioea, and tbe mniseii in thi< country and throughout the world repute the utmost confidence jn ita«ara tivii proprrtiet, b penetoatea the aonroaaof inflammation. and corruption. Which underlie the external eviriencea of diaeaae, and nentral iee« the fiery element* which feud a&d exaa* perut» tliu malady. *\ RHEUMATISM. SOBOFFLA. EEVSIPELA8. Tlii'»e ire aiming -the moat terrible Mi' V«ni>iii| diteaaea, yet Ui their worst forma* nnd when eeetningly incurable, they Invariably disappear under a peraerecingappHcation of thin soothing, healings antidote topaln and' inflammation. KIXOVJ EVIL, FEVEB SOKES, STlFf" JOINTS. In caae* of King'a Evil, where medicinal' waters, lottnua, and ever^ leclpa of ...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

fetal Intelligence. METEOBOLOtJIOAL OBSERVATIONS, The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the paat week, taken at the Telegraph Office in tMs town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BABOHKTER. TllERHOMETEB * MAX. MIN 8*tnrd»y .. 288M .... 850 .. 680 ?Monday .. 28321 .... SCO .. £9.0 Taasdsy .. 23414 .... 840 .. 89-0 Wodnotdnj .. 2860S .... 810 .. 87 0 Thnnfay .. 88'S02 .... 84-0 .. 850 Friday .. 26 432 84-0 .. 42-0 Baiobll since last issue nil. Owing to the heavy pressure of ad vertisements, we have been compelled to leave out- a leading article and piuch interesting news. WARWICK HOSPITAL.-A meeting of the Committee of this institution was held oil Wednesday last, the 1st instant. There were present the Ven. Arch deacon Qlennie., (in the chair) and Messrs. R. G. fuller, J. M'Keacbie, J Tyrrell, W. H. Brown, W. C. Balls, Dr. Margetts, Dr., Lee, the Secretary and Treasurer. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The fallowing accounts were or...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

ENGLISH MAILS. Tlic f'll'.irni fa ft libit of the data* opn# wiiiclitlie l.-gi-lt Muil, tMoQil.e ai d South ?impi'-n. ?? i l «ri»e at. ard (pave Sydney dining tlie p'e«eot yen. occonliig to the coo* imet entered into l>et*erh the P. and O. Cmipauy and lb« Imperial Pu6tina»ter<l«DS» ral r Tlie Qneenslsnd portion of the <bkUA ax» conveyed bitween Briabane and Sydney fcy uiio her cnmptny. Tbs inirard mall imTW tn Briibam plnpt 6b hours after it iiriwf Sydney: and ths outward mail cloaas in Bfl bans about three days bstore tba P. *ad steamer leare* Sydney. INWABD. Leare flnntbampton. Arrive at Sydney. March April May June July .. Auiiusl .. Aiiguat Bopt. October .. Novi-mlier DeOL-mher Leare Rydney. Starch March " A.iril .. May June July .. Aounat .. Sept. October .. Way .. " 1# Julie . Jul* .. , Auguat Aaguit Sept. .« , October Ximniber December I«» January February OUTWABD. Arrive at Southampton Nnvembrr 8 April May .. June .. July A u gnat Sept. ... October N...

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Recovery of Prince Alfred VISIT OF H.R.H. TO THE GALATEA. (Abridged from the S.M. Herald.) March 25 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

ftccovcry of t'rtncc Alfred VISIT OF lj.nil. TO THE GALATEA, j (Abridged from the -V. Herald.) j March 25 It is exceedingly gratifying to kii.iW that His Itnyal Highness lias cnfUriently re covered his health ami strength to he able lo visit his noble ship ami noble-hearted shipmates again. Yesterday morning His Iloyal Highness resolved upuu paying a visit to his ship, and he felt iiimtelf so far advanced on the way to convnlcsencc that, with the aid of a stick, lie was enabled to walk through the Govurument Hours Gar dens to tho Guvcrnineut jetty, where his barge and her crew were wailing l-> convey him on board tho Qalatoa. Ilia visit was entirely unexpected, but as hood as the Sailor l'riuce was descried from tin.- ships of war lying in Farm Cove, Che men illumed the rigging, and as the boat passed on her way to the Galatea the blue jackets gave three hoarty checre, with which His Hoynl High ness seemed much gratified. The chccrs were taken up and re-echoed by a Dumber of seam...

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