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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

ITALY. The new Italian Ministry have an nounced a policy of conciliation, for the attainment of Italian unity, by moral and diplomatic means. It is, However, tuougnt tnc uaDinet under Batazzi will be submissive to French influence, and against the set tlement of the Roman question. Garibaldi is making a tour of Italy to organise the National Rifle Associa tion. He is everywhere received -with enthusiasm. The cry is Home and Venice. . Mm3i-inir«it-ingpt prevails jxLIBaduu French troops. The French Ambassador left for Paris immediately after having a pri vate interview with his Holiness the Pope. His Holiness is still seriously ill.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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AMERICA. GREAT SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

AMERICA. Gfil'AT SUCCESSES. The Federal forces have met with a great successes, having taken Fort Donaldson, with fifteen 'thousand men, sixty-five gnus, and twenty thousand stand of arms. The capture of Fort Donaldson and prisoners after a most determined struggle, has produced immense enthu =ia=ra in the Northern States. The loss on both sides was very heavy. The Confederate Generals, PUlow and Floyd, decamped with five thousand men.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

EUROPEAN. The Court has returned to Windsor. Her Majesty laid the foundation stone of a mausoleum for the remains of his Royal Highness at Frogmore., .Her Majesty's health fetiljiwntuaues go^d. «^ The Albert Memorial Fund increases but slowly. The obelisk, to be erected in Hyde Park, will consist of one block of stone weighing over six hundred tons, and one hundred feet long. The Ring of the Belgians is seriously ill. . . ? An important debate has taken place in thje.Ih House of, Lords and House of asserting that no fact had been pro duced to warrant their breaking it or departing from a strict neu trality. The House of Commons, after a long discussion, agreed to resolve that the colouies, enjoying self-government, should provide for their own internal security, and assist in their own ex ternal defence. Mr. Moncton Milne's Bill, for lega lising marriage with a deceased wife's eister, has been thrown out of the House of Commons by a majority of thirty-two votes. The Lord Chancellor ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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BATTLE AT SUGAR CANE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

BATTLE AT SUGAB GAJSE CREEK. General HoUack officially reports, that the Federal army of the Sonfch wast division wider General Curtjss Bale, gained ?. yictory afier three days Wftghiing at SngoV Creek.

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LETTER TO TSE EDITOR. TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

UEZCTES. TO T.&E EDITOR. TRIAL Btf JURY. Sib, — I apprehend that one of Hie greatest social evils of the present nonr is the jury system of Queensland. And it furthermore appearstome that die laultof the bad work ing of die system lies in a great measure with the Sheriff, who, as 1 am infbnnad. to save trouble, just tattes the electoral r»lU and attaches every name he finds thereon, without regard to chamc- : ter, antecedents, education, mocality, or any other qualification which in the mother country are deemed essential component parts of this great palladium of British For example, — at the last Toowoomba assizes, one Peter Gende— the same who pleaded not guilty here at our assizes on Wednesday last ' of receiving certain stolen orders, the property «ir David White, know ing the same to have been stolen' — who, during die first two trial*, meted as Jury man, and on the thtnTTbok his stand in the dock as prisoner — die result may easily be predicted. If my memory is not at...

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EVACUATION OP MANASSAS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

EVACUATION OF MANASSAS. The Federal army made an ad vance towards Msnassas on the 10th of March. Two thousand troops proceeded to Centreville which they found deserted. They then proceeded to Mannassas which was also found to have been entirely abandoned by the confederates, after destroying and burning all they could not carry away with them. . Among other things they destroyed the railway bridge and left nothing but desolation behind them.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

. VICTORIA. '' v :ae 'Wo-iite Wonrs. v?e hare papers to '.-. - 5f-t'i ;isti-it, fro.n Melbourne. Th; fjuoiriag H'.ot»tious crc from ths - -r-ii; — \ 'T-rtiac to tlie terainitionof the Wer -' -: eaurapmcat cm t2ie 23rd, fact ionria] T- i-^.-tn-JTJ t'« fil--.:T-O!! Ihft Vttlll.J : rs whv- U i-.i -!-a*ii-il o~or Tj ?*.l:iv niclr. . *'-? P-r fir.r toirs. s.i ' f-hit -roicb hii | . t'l? =c ?.-?? ??:' * ) .i-r.ii ;--is.-;s f-,- a vs?i: 1 ': ?': ? : ? :f- ?*?'.-; t Ti -lir:i; *'i.: nirer -??i. -ii »'-.? i^^r-.: ?:!?'!; ?-{ ??!:?; Bs':ar5! ?-?= ':?:'. j-- : i.'r.- I - :?-: * v? Irvc-i-i-: .=f ? .- ?'?- ?'-.??'.--- i!*-- ??:.?- :.-!'s ,-::t .;r- -.'-1 ^r-Vk-n ;if. T.:j' : ?' -i: r!:t i'i c i-n j - . i..,. .,.: . -,. .- : .';;.-. .,-.,? is- .-,., : ?- ..:'.» L-.-T.--f--,' --».-:-.: i..-^?-a:i--c iv.:re j : if -V% »irl '^ ue:l bm3jv bj niv'.i.V ! I ? ;h!- :::.i; -ili tbe pri-ifc «r; pritiy !':i- j ? r ri ?*-.».' i;t* 'Ws ? vj.t '--.* i:i - hfb- -? ? - -rhh wniVj h- ei.i.-1u-;«:i *vs i;1*::-.- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

WA2TTED, Employment op the Coun ponwn uTSronglily conversant wifll' the keeping ot accounts. He can pro duce satisfactory Testimonials of compe tency and responsibility, and would dev.ite his services to die interest of his employer at a very moderate remuneration. Address : A. B., office of diis paper. YI7'J\\TED a Gilt L to make herself use f I fill in the kitchen. Apply at the Clarendon Hotel. WASTED a PADDOCK, about 20 or 3o acres, near town. Applv to I). MITCHELL. Clarendon Hotel. WAXTED. a XUBSE G1BL. Applv to A. P. LIVDO. ? '__ APERSOX-of respectability wishes to engage as STOREKEEPER on « Station ; has had die iuanr-gcmcnt of a large drapery establishment iu town ; is compe tent to educate a few children. Middle- aged, without incunibrancc. Apply toK, Queens land Times Office, Ipswich. May 9th, IS62. H01ICE.-' COTJSIER ' '\TOTICE is hereby given that Mr. l\ JAMES HAXXA is no longer autho rised to collect moneys* on account of die CoiniEK. Any person having received a bill ma...

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FRANCE AND SOME. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

FRANCE A5TD ROME. (From the '? Corrawcnietux de Rome.') According to a rumour, circulating anioujist the Italian revolutionists, the Alloi»riges encamped next the gates of Btimc, Tioped that the French annj n-ould leave ou the 21st of February. Tiiev sar that after, what they called emphatically, the ultimatum of Mobs. ! Thouwncl and Mons. De La Valctte, j ujihing else can be done ; aii'i that the j French army accepts gladly its with- j Urawal, and actively makes its prepar- j ations for departure. It is true that ; trie laupiiagi of some lieutenants and j siib-offieers is of sueh a nature as to j live such lioves to those who associate with them. The fact is that Mons. I Chottven?l's despatch arrivtWl in Boruc with a strong battery of reiuforccmeut. This is straage but true. M. De La Valctte. is in a great in timacy with Cardinal Antosiplli since t?u-ir CKjiLiuatiops. The Pope is perfectly quiet. He is butter informed than any other, and he '?' waits for the events.' Many people t...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Vr- Invf. A.iclaido pinjrs to the 2-5th April. Frr-7r. t'ie A'-^,'.-/-r anil 'tbe Adccrtiter we ta:;-.- th~ f-!!..-;nr:— Tnc CorrrrjT is rnr. Porn:.— The late p'-.nt'.iiis r-i::i* hv,- :;!rea.!.y ,-hMajru-l thj a ;---?ct of t:i ? --..i:;^rrr in th^ s.iutli. ~Xst:nv In* s::iiaei;ly doTra tit- s..;ubre -arl- slie Th ? 'V.lr'.-vv'. *ivi-::' ,!,????? h'-'J;.'..=!' hivJ'W m.iay p!:!r:'s evcnianciNl p!ou^5iia;j opera - v--?s» n! h-- ;,»:;;: vi:fi,-s, t!l-s-- 'Skrs .1 the s.-.i! !.:!v.inr -n. a.'t ..lily in tbrt 'mik but in :'i- l'-Ii.^f t'nt b:-i;;it.-r s?:i.= 'i.is are i'.i prn -?i-et. V.'o t:-;;sr t':u p.-.'?-nf r.ir^iiinp s'l-iT.-is-rajy !i? Wl.iwcd by ssieh weather :i; -v''.i :-jake the c--j-.iag harvest unusually r--,--vi-;e. :-?:?- ^Tr.iTiT's r.\r.rv. — A -r-'n ;!on: ^in writ in~ «?- l:i* lr.v.^iT ia Ad--hi.!e fn»ni Warr T.-.wt. u-j:'.'r dnte of April 7. -:ivs: — 'Ten or t'ir-— ir.'-r- yf Sfvu-fs par:*-' h.ive l.-ft hi- si-c-.- V.-or.-lfv-.!.-. Tin- sv.Hk- brlonr y,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

Birth. At Cooyar, on the 29th April, Mrs. Andrew Jordge, of a daughter.

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

GREECE. A remarkable insurrection in the north of Greece bas recently attracted much notice. A considerable body of tho military rose in rebuUion against the authorities, seized Nauplia and its neighbourhood, and demanded a new King and a national government. This movement appears to bave been eventu ally supported by considerable numbers of the people. The origin and progress of the insurrection are involved in much obscurity, and the incoherent and con tradictory telegrams which reach us concerning it prevent us from even con jecturing how it will end. On the one ! hana, despatdwfe arc received day by j day announcing that the redoubts of Kauplia have been taken, aud that the revolutionary leaders are die prisoners of tbe royaliste. On tbe other hand, equally trustworthy despatches state that the revolt is succeeding, that the insurgents arc marching on Athens, and that the drama of Bavarian rule has nearly played itself out.

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

TURKKV. Skirmishes liave been occasionally re parted as having occurred between the Montenegrins aud Omar Pacha's army ; but they appear to have been very in significaiU affairs. The main topic of interest in connection with Turkey at present is itr financial condition. The best information on this subject has been afforded by the Under-Secretary ] for Foreign Affairs in a statement which he made a few days ago in the British House of Coiunious. The English Government had sent to Constantinople two gentlemen — Mr. Foster, of the Pay-office, and Lord Hobart, of tlie Board of Trade — who bad reported that the difficulties of the Porte arose entirely from mismanagement, and with a very little common sense aud good will could bo got over. The debt was only £14,000,000, its interest only one- ! eighth of the revenue, and tbe taxation j only about one-sixth of the English ave- , rage. The system of farming the reve- ' nue, the great source of financial mis- j chief, was to be abolished, t...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

I AUSTRIA. N-.i news of political importance lias j been received from Austria during the : last few weeks. The Hungarian ques- i tion remains for the present in abev- ? auc-c. The dllicnza, a Milan paper, ! states that Kossuth, Klapka, Turr, and othr.r Hungarian exile?, have agreed ; upun a liritsramme of iwlicv to lie pur- : sued in regard to Uuugary, hav'nir for I its objeftt the establishment of a cousti- ! tutional kingdom, with the exclusion of ] the Hapsburg dynasty. But this an- ; nouncement is perhaps nothing more ; than a raero conjecture. Another \ Italian pajier, the Tribvno of Turin, i states that Kossuth, Klapka, Micros- j lawski, and other ehiefs of the demo- j eratie party of Europe, now at Turin, J have recently had several long inter- j views with General Garibaldi. This | fact is probauly the sole foundation for tho announcement of the '? programme.' Field-Marshal the Prinw von Win- ? disclisratz died at Vicuna oh the «Lit of Murch. j

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

PRUSSIA. [ Tha Prussian ministry lately rweiveJ , an important check in tbe Chamber of j Deputies. A debate took place on a ] motion to reconstruct the budget by in- : serting a tpecifiu statement of the prin- - cip:il items of revenue and expenditure, j bas-.'d ti|):jn the estimates of the several ? departments. The Finance Minister ; oppusel the motion, dealariug it donbt- ; fui whcttier government ouM be car- ] ried ou after the a loptiou of such a ; scheme. The Chamber, however, did j not see the difficulty, and the motiou ; was adopted by 171 votes to 143. In j conse-pi'Mica of this defeat, tbe niinic- ; tars sent ia their resignation. | The King refused to accept this re- . i signaliau and decreed the dissolution of ] the Chambers. The Liberal members | of the cabiaut insisted upon withdraw- j [ ing ; and his majesty has now formed a i hew ministry under M. von Heydt, a j former colleague of General Mautcuffel. j They arc all of the reactionary party, j | aud have signed a man...

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ENGLISH AND [?] INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ENGLISH AND FOUEfiiA' tN TELLIGESTCE. FJ1AXCE. The main political topics in France during the past month have related to thaJParliuueotary debates on the ad dress* tt- the imperial speech, a conflict between the emperor and the Legisla tive Body on the subject of a money bill, the attitude of the government on the Roman question, and a rather re markable anti-imperial agitation which sprang up a couple of weeks back in the ' Students' 'quarter' in Paris, and spread to tbe Faubourg St. A;;tnine. The chief interest of the debate m the Senate lay in that portion of it w'jieh treated of the Roman question. The whole address was adopted in the Senate by 126 to 6. In the Legislative Body the debate commenced on the 6th March aud was continued till the 20th, when the ad dress was carried entire by 244 to 9 votes. x Towards the end of last month a serious conflict arose between the Em peror and the Corps Lcgislatif, The emperor had created General Montanban who commanded the late expedition...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ADEULW3 JSASKSTS. Oar iitt* foira Adelaide jiru tollis 1st iuftbiat. Tim EeguUr says:— Floor. — Tiis oiartcti are isaalteruil, and no b4:si.i-ss Li dnia^. Wiit.it. — TUe pries la tora is 4s. Ibrdrev Ioa3i. 11:ere arc br.yi-rs for parcels at t)i.; l'ort f.t 4s_ feat uot aver. Soiae vras ortii-; .-.ii s£ 4s. 10. per bashd to-iiy, bat tiierc was no piuvUosrf ur it.

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THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

THE CATHOLIC UNIVEBS1TF. (From tht Dublin Papers.) Fob seven years, the Catholie Univcr eity Las labored under the great Jisid- ? vantage of being located in private \ houses, modified and extemporised, so af I to affjrd temporary and provisional accommodation for its students and its staff. With its 450 students, and tlie number daily increasing — vritli lecture halls, too few aud too contracted ill dimensions — with collegiate houses subdivided here and there, but without adequate capacity or suitability to the growing wauts of a great national in- j stitution — with a flourishing medical j school whose remoteness from tbe Uni- ; varsity deprives b:-th of the popular \ prestige which proximity would secure, j with a Catholic nation of 4,5tK).OOO of people tendering its warm svmpathy, its zealous support, and its generous subscriptions Stephen's Green is no longer the locality for the Catholic i University of Ireland. The question j of site, a serious one, even in relation to a pri...

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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

TASMAX1AN jIABKETS. From Tastnuja -vrs have news to the 4tU instant. The Cernaxll CLivtdcle rciKirts as follows :— The espr-rt msrtct is closed for want of shipping, the scbo-jasr Macqiaric being the ?rilj- t3tli!i-T Te«sel in port, and she only csMiixracea diseliarginsr her coal yesterday. PHses in tue grain and. fimEr market rcuiain ] nuihereti. liut, if anrtUia;, the tcnilcacv i* | stlS! doiravrard. %?1ieat racjres froni 3s.' (M to 4*. j»er bnsbd; oafe. gond feed, 3f. bd. t« '*. 1CKL. and Bead jmn 4s- tn -4s. 24. per biiihtl . dour duil, .at £10 to £10 10i. j;er tja.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

WANTED, a number of BOVS as COT TON PICKERS. Apply at the Ips widi Cotton Company, Booval. ? CKAKLES DUX\T. TO QUABUYMEX, 'STrAXTRD txn GOOD HAXBS. Apply II- t.. W. TaOTTER. TP'ASTEU, a &IHL .leeiwt.-rned to chil 1 1 drcn. Apply to the Chirendon Hotel, IF-AXTfi!), a X»'JJ.SE iiillL. Apply to LOST, between (Jie Pontid Vards and the Shamrock Hotel. Ipswich, a l'OCKET BOOK, containini; the undermentioned CHEQCES. ORDERS, olid XUTES :— One UIIEiJIJK drawn on the -7n:on Bank of Australia. Brisbane, bv Mr. Tiffin, in favor of Mr. Bnnrnlity, fyr'£^il oild OneCUnQUB on same Baak, drawn in favor of Coplain Itobb, bv Mr. Tiffin, for £5S One CHEQL'15 in favor of It. Macdonnell. nn the Bank of Kcw South IValcs, ltrisbanc for £1« 15s, bv \V. and E. Cuuniaj&ain One OEDER ditiwn on Cilchrist. Watt, nnd Co^ Svdnev, bv Stewart and Lawson for i7 odd* One OBDER drawn in fcver of J. S. Col lius. bv Ernest Henry, on Beit, Sydney, for £35 Oue OBDER in fcvor of J. S. Collins, on K. Towns a...

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