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A SOUTHERN ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF BULL'S RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
A SOUTHERI( ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF BULL'S BUN. The following account ia from lthe Rilchmond Wlig of the 2nd instant :--_ Tile hattle of Bull's Run opened by throwing out heavy artillery and "omali field-pieeaes at eight o'clock in the morning. The force of the enemny can ne'er be use cereained. Our force was 20,0110. lon tever fought mnore desperately tahen ours. We have caplured eighteen pieces ot artillery, and taken some three or four hnijdred prisoners.; Tne number of our killed and wounded cannot as yet be ascertained. It is estimated at 600 billed and wnotned, while thut'oftheenemy is not less thanl several thousands. The Oglethlorpe Light Infantry, ef Georgia, were eit to piem, atud Bailor's fine regiment of GCeorgims was rneedrly snnihtluited. By tile ears, last evening, President Davis relurn l fromthebaltle aidd. In response to the calls ofl' rie immlense crownd who Ilad comne togethler to greet himn, Ie alluded to the grand absorbing topio of tle dv. Tihe enemy, he said...
AMERICAN INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
AMERICAN INCIDENTS. Colonel Barrow died soon after he was borne from the field. His last words, as rereated to me, were: "They have killed me, my brave boys, hut never give uti theo hlip-well whip thlem yet." Aud so we did !-Southernr Poper. Var.LonoLs DEEs.--ThreeN'crv York Fire Zouaoveo, who were scouting in theadvance, hunted the rebels on tihe sly like equirrele, among the blrshe, and chalklied down twelnty-six as positively killed by them. Thie New York Sreveoty-flrst came riron a rifled gon. It lost eirht mlen, but in return kilted tire whlole of tlecighteer rebels secretedl.-Nerw York Times. A Federal paper having stated that a Federal soldier had rerfornmed certain deeds of valour, tile hero wrote as follows:- " I have no recollection of havinr killed a rebel Colonel, as 'Justice' affirmns, nor do I know that t large number of thIe enemy fbll by toy hand, althlough I, of cdorse, did all In my iower to thin thie ranks of thl So cressionists. Tros R. Hencn, Orderly Sergelot in...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
gJipping *nttlligcirc. ARRIVALS. October 15.--Jane, brig, Oaptain Briggs, from New. castle, New South Wales. Passengers none. Agent, Mr. Grentell. October 1U.-Rebeeca, barque. 160 tons, Captain Marah, from Adelaide 25th uliimo. Agent Mr. C. H. Connor. October I8--Yarrs Yarra, steamer, Captain Bell, from Sydney the 14th instant. Paasengers--Miss Williams, Messrs. M'Elthone, JT. H. Boott, J. Birkmsa, J. Burn, Is. N. Spoug, E. B. Southerden, and fiteen in the steerage.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
IPSWICII POLTCE COURT. TUESDAy, OCTOBEr 15. Before the Police Magistrate. Patrick Nowlan was charged with committing a tio. lent assault upon Daniel ML'Keich. From thie evidence, it appeared that several persons were drinking together at thle Prince of Wale, and conversing on historical subjcets. M'Keich stated that Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded becausoe she was a catholic, ulopon which Nowlan struck his, a blow on the chest and knocked him down, and then jumped uplon his cheast twice, and kicked tim ire or six times. Dr. Rowlands was examined, and stated that M'Keich wam seriously injured and had been vomiting blood; but that if he took ordmlary care of himself he would soon be out cfdanger. The bench dealt summarily with the charge and com mitted the prisoner to Brisbane gaol for two mouths with hard labour. John BRan, charged with committing an aggravated assault on James Martin, was renmanded until thie prose cutor was suffciently recovered from his injuries to attend. Htarre...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
DEPbARTURES. October 16.-Grasebrook, brig, 241 tons, Captain Hansen, for VaYlparaiso. no passengenrs. October 16.-Waratah, steramer, Captain Knight, for Wide Bay. No passengers. October 16.-Telegraph, steamner, 70) tons, Captain O'Reilly, forSydney. Pasengers-Mr. W. C. Bei bridge, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Mealy, Rev. Mr. Byerly, Roev. Mr. Maloney, Rev. W. Ritehey, Mrs. Bitchey, Rev. Dr. Quinn, Miss MoEwasn, Mr. J. Bradley, Mr. H. C. Rusoell, Mr. A. Rafi Mr. Horton, Mr. H. Mort, Mr. A. R. Huntley, Mr. E. Marcet, and fifteen in the srrage. October 17.-Prince Albert, brig, Captain Aldraed, for Melbourne. No passengers. October 17.-Vixen, schooner, 121 tonso, Captain Bennett, for Sydney. No passengers. October 19.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, OCapltain Bell, for Sydney. Passeng;ers--Miss Rignev, R.r. Dean Riguey, Mr. and Mrs. BrE n, Mr. S. M. Franklaud, and 8 in the steerage.
(From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
(Fro?? the ~Grrnanw Garette.) The Govrernor in Council has sipgnified hib assent to thile Bye-Laws for the regulation of the market anu sale yards, and also for the regulation and leasing of water frontages to the Bremer River for warfage purposes in the town of Ipswichb. Tenders are called for the ereation of the Government Printing-office and a Boat-shed for the Harboar-master, at Brisbane. T" ?srEaR or Rrst.-A great number of transfers have taken place during the last quarter. The following have changed hands in the Moreton district:-Buaraba, from Mort and Cameron to J. P. and J. A. Belli; Sam ford, Irom A. Young to C. H. Ball; Sectiona 627, 028, 659, 6(i0, 665, 664, and 7001, from J. F. North to J. and W. North, junr.; Seetions, 17, 148, 191,208, 107,192, 147, 139, 126, 149, 1i0, and 2109, from James Dunlop to R. Lictl ; Gratham, from W. M. Dorsey to Gilchrist, Watt, and Co.; Sections 947, 9418, and 962 at Wooga roo, from Cribb and Foote to Fasoeloth and Josey; Melcombe, head of...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
IMPORTS. Jane: 801 bar potatoes, 15 halea hay, 118 bagabran, 10 bags maisze. 100 boxes candles, 100 boxes soap, 381 pieces timber, Grenfell, Rebecca: 230t bags flour, C. HII. Connor. Yarra Yarra: 1 box, Captain Daveney; 1 parcel, A. Lloyd; 1 package, . Bloomfield; 1 box, 1 bale, R. Forrest; 52 coils rope, 2 cases sardines, 8 boxes soap, 1 cask piers, 4 boxes raisins, 2 casks apples, S cases jams, 2 cases pickles, 1 cask currants, 1 case chutney, 1 quarter-esak rum, 2 boxes, 2 cases tobacco, 8 casks sundries, 1 cask meal, 10 cases oilmen's atores, 1 qusarter-eask vinegar, 8 bags rise, I quarter-cask lime juice, 10 half-chests tea, 8 bales parks, 3 cases fruits, I ease boots, 1 truss tents, 50 bags flour, 1 case station ery, 7 cases, 50 bags sugar, 10 chests tea, I package tobacco, Gray & Company; 1 ease coffee, 6 cases, 3 trusses, 10 bags rice,5 casks outs, 86 easesoilmen's stotes, 8 casks appl~e, 9 bales hasy, 1 quarter-cask, I case furniture, J. 0. White; 150 bags flour, Ha...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
ILoral anb bi ttrict ...E . . Sarltos' BANEK w IrPSWtCm.- His worship the Msyor and Mr. Smith are taking the eces?sary steps to obtain the formation of one of these useful insastutions in this town. They have been informed by the Colonial Seeretary that on presentation of a requisition signed by the required number of holseholders, the Government will at once take steps to initiate the bank. So0ooL or ArTr Discunstos Case.-The first meeting of the neoly-foermed class took place at the School of Arts last night. Mr. Boalook opened the discussion, and after ten speakers had delivrered their.opluons~ the debtawas adjouraed wuil ths neit meeting. BuPEto. CoaR..-.t is with much pleasure we learn that the MIessrs. cempbell, of Redbank, have bad their late exploratory labours rewarded by the opening of a new seam of coal of a very superior description, under lying the seam which they are now working. The new seam is six feet in thickness, and Mr. Campbell is sanguine that it will be found ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
SALES BY AUCTION. SALE THIS DAY. LAB?GE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF GENERAL LERCHANDIZE, THIS DAY and THURSDAY, the 22nd and 24th of OCTOBER, Being the whole of the extensive and wellselected Stock-in-Trade in the Insolvent Estate of Mr. 8. Paris. To be sold without Reserre. M. COCKBURN has received instructions H . from the Oficial Assignee, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises occupied by Mr. Samuel Paris, in Brisbane-street, THIS DAY and THURSDAY, the 22nd and 24th of October, at 11 o'clock each day, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN-TRADE In the above Insolvent Estate. Comprising a large andraried assortment of Oil Inen's Stores, Groceries, and Draperiei, of every des cription. Suflce it ti say that they have been well and carefully s'elected, and are all of the most Sale able description, such as OILMEN'S STORES AND GROCERIES, Consisting of Pickles, Sauces, Bottled Fruits, Con fectionery, Potted Meats, Salmon, Lobsters and Oystezs, in tins; Salad Oil, Sardines, Vegetables, Maeats and S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
Crec O.uestalnnti dlmd0, T g i: .M fl: • Fnn-rntton.--he .eatian nO turtcit?liSn to'-he Qeen saod Ttme, In Eetenrh. Singa and S?lrpede per quarter, if paid in dvauce, or tightr sillngsn . n s... penr e credlit. l ,luaarirslerltinate on Cie Sot lBte mhdber, ?lnt December. It arch, and Sath hone, at wLhich periods o an e rrel i . ler dt:tlne, by CIvnt notlcd, and payino tle anoeiht due tothe end of the ecrrent qunrter. lngle coples, oSixpenee. A' cisOiL- XT5 se LnOtrted eoerdlng to the faiowint : saaia~- . d. Tur lines C.. ... . ponrittes. . . ps ellattrn ... .2l Eight inst. .... Every ldliotional lghitllses ......1 TPhe clotingro Di?uIn Iis atiowed On all advertilements on ,Ilnud- te-o rt Inrcons ............ O percent. 1 ,, ............15 26 ,, ............ B , All advcrthenlent u mlost apeclfy on'the foce of them the rlueberoltimer tlhy' ace to he inserted, or they will be ton liucen till couarle. e and d ed rbchrged o ordlnelr. OrdTer for .wltdrnwal or alieratl D oanot be -ireIed ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22 AND 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
ABSTRAbCT OF SALES 8! &l!-CIO~. Tais DAI ibd THURSDAY, OaOsZzOP 22 ~D 24. Byai N, M. CocKSUEN, at the tgBiewne of Mr. Basmel Farz, IBrisbrne street, at 11 Dtieeh mer chindize,&c. WBtirEeDIx, Oclousis 28. l4 Mesir. OI'K~gEB 11Wr ORIAWOW, at their selle Roiims, &riabauc, e1 12 o'clock, merchandise.
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
Ioimc aub Aoreignt Extacts. Lord Palmerson hlias recently purchased two ltrge estates ndjoining Broadlands, one of them being Grre:-plpnee, Nevesling, the house of which waas r fishing box of Queen Elizabeth. His lord. I ship's est.ite now extends to within four miles of Siinthampton. Anninast " things not oenerallyknown," n corres pm'dent of one of tlhe journals mneuntions the fact thaiit the Lord Chancellor receives £500 for proei cning P.irlitment, and the saine sumn for opening the Houses "by commission." It speaks well fir the healnthiness of England that i., the year 1859, for which the returns have just ben pulishr'd, the list of deartli inclnded 21 men and 56 women who lihadn attained what Dr. F.rr .alls " thi natural lifetime of a ihundred vearis." T'he oldest nan in the obituary of the year li.I at Sunihrhliid, aged 107;- but a woman in Wilkinham district, Hierks, was 108, and twn cormen. one in Mlimninuthishiro andil one in South Wales, hai reached the patriarchal awe of ...
THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER BREMER. II. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
5Et IMPtOVEMIENT OF THE NAVIGATION OF TR RIVEBj BREItR. It. We asiin recur to this subject. We have severHI reasons for doing so, one of themln beilng i& imparcance ; another, our belief that now is tile time to take such steps in the matter as may slortly result in the formation of a com pany, or trust, to undertake the work; and alnother is, that the more discussion is created, the more probatbility will there be of arriving at a correct conclusion on the subject. Many months ago, the present writer, through the columns of manother journal, drew the atten tion of the people of Ipswich to the desira bility of taking some steps for the accomplish ment of this object. We are well aware that since that time the question has been well dis cussed, and we believe that more than one gentleman of considerable influence in our com munity has had conversations with members of the Executive Government on the subject. At any rate the people of this town are fully alive to, the importau...
TASMANIA. PETITION TO THE QUEEN FOR THE REPEAL OF THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
TASMIANIA. PETITION TO THE QUEEN FOR THE R·E PEAL OF TIE CONSTITUTION. Wec (Laoneestoo Erneinoor, Oelober 1), hnao been requested to publish the following draft of a petition which it is proposed to submit for general signature: " To the Queen's blast Exrcellent Majesty. "The petition of thu undersigned members ofparliament, mogistrates, landowners, professional men, mer chants, tradesmen, mechanics, and other colonists in Tasmania, "Hnuubly S inereth, ' Tlhat your petitioners are dleeply interested in the good goveinment o' this island. "' Th?t tihey viewed with gratitude the graesful eoncr sion of free institutions to tile Australian colonies. "That several years' experience has sihown that it is impossible to find a sullicient number of men with leisurr, abilit;y, and in circumstances of independence to be represesntsativcs ill tile House of Parliamen; as now constituted. " That many chosen as representatres hare shown themselves utterly unlfit to work out free inslituti as sith ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
11 TART. •M.MORANDAO uNET eUBLICATIrOn ! Son 3 HUgrbaerontier i SRises. 3 Sets. JMorn. I Aftem. '22 1 T?S?)AT ...... '1 5 22 ?, 7 |1 "O,6 1 (, 68 ? Wo?orusary ... ( 5 S2 6 07 I I 0, I £6 24 TuaosDAF ... J 5 21 6 $ 1 ?8 2 2 1 25 r FRIoay ......... I 5 l 6 2 40 I 5 3 0 4S I SATUMAY~ .... ( la ·a 10 6 9 3 0 27 ( SnanDAT ........ 1 " 18 6 10 | . 6 I 80 28 I M?3 oosy ......... ( 3 ,, . f 36 1 S I0 The dltttreoe In tlme between higb water at the B3r and flelsthaote Is t hour4t.mlnuteo. and Ipswich hours t5minute., nrhloh dtffoeooe Woot se sddod 00 Sle Uroc oiaigh wstorsn the Oar. Tlheeasterly winds on3heeoo t iste Bay. and the tfeshes Oheriver, othn Caueses Trlatfon frora or Otoe, bot these Ste -saorely ascidental, and governed by o'knowo law. ?UE OhrenalaeTOE tim- 16. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1861.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 October 1861
ITALY. The Diritto nf Turin pubilishes intelligence from Canrer.t to the 7th of Au0ust, giving some nccount of Garilhallh's health and opinions on affairs in cenerrl:--" Gieneral Garibldli, who had been at tacked with his rheumatic pains, remained in bed ifor several days. anl Intil lthe 4t1h of August never left the house. Since that day he has resumed his walks, andi note nothing remains orf his cotmploint bht a slight pain in his left hand, which will shortly disappear Ily tile use of the vapor b,.ath. V?ery much grieved at what is going on in Na;les, he makes it the sulject of long conversations with the com panins of his solitude, and with the frequelit visitors. Italia:n and I;freign, who urge hlim. but in valin, to leave the island. He has frmls!ly dleclared that he will ntt do sia unless compelled Iby events. Iie receives a great tlamber of addresses and letters frtnt all nations lwho are .anetinring frr the great caise f inslepenlrence anol of liberry. Requests for sadvice ...