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COlONIAL EXTRACT. STEAM WITH ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

C010NIAL EXTRACT. STEAM WITH ENGLAND. (From the S. M. Herald, Feb. G, .1852.) - Tho following extract from a privato letter rc ?ccived per Joseph Somes, from Mr. Do Salis, will inform our readers of the present position of the Steam question, — which, so for ns the Colonial .Office and tho Chancellor of tho Exchequer arc ?concerned, is nhnnt an f'nr advanced ns it was. !jhi . Wo learn from another source, on which wo i||!; can rely, that tho Directors of tho Screw Steam ;,j;j Ship Company will bo ready to despatch their ;'j! now ship, tho Harbinger, 920 tons, in nil Janu ijij .«ry, for Sydney; and that they will bo prepared alii to commence a two-monthly communication early UK , .in 1852. ijji'jj ,. Wo hear also from good authority, that Go !;.|lj .verriracnt, independent of n Capo route, arc dc ;iil!! termineil to havo ono via Singapore— probably on rjij! ? -iJltornato months. ? Ij /.['Extract from letter dated 20th Oct., 1851.] . »; ''Viewing tho Capo routo- merely as an instal ';...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

LOO/VL INTKLLl&ENCi Tiie Gold Reward.— A person Inarhcd Dun lcary called nponseveral members ofihegbldcom mi!tee oa Monday morning with theintbrmntion that he had discovered a place to the ^south-west of Bathurst and about eight miles diitant from the town, where gold can bo procured a the rate of half an ounce per man per day, but: as ho brought none of the produce of the; fiscovery. with him, his claims to attontion wore mt enter tained until ho can produce ftirthor,ovjlencc of tho corrcctnefs of his statements. ' ' ?],.'?' ??. Hail Storm. — The neighbourhood of iu'eanow. Flat was yisiteij -on . Saturday evening list by- a terrific hail storm, accompanied by thundir, wh'ich lasted about three quarters of. an hout The creek rose very quickly to a considerable' height, and nlthough I have not yet heard of any da mage being dono, I fear that it must bi. exlen sivei as the. hail was -very heavy and inany of the stones as large as pigeon's eggs. Ajrelative of Mr. Speers, late o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

'.;?''. £1 REWARD. I' O,ST from Sofaln; Turon River, on the 10th of YJ last month, one black Horse, branded P on the off shoulder, a small star in forehead, both '. hind feet white. Tho;nbovo rewnvd will be paid ondelivory of the said ' horso to Mr. Strachan of Bathurst, or by seriding pie. word to Mr. Ebgors Store, Sofala.- - - ' - , v ... .. '??':,. ^''.'.:\: JAMES TILLING- ''? . . .EMANCIPATION LOSTi r'pH.E undetslgheil, having lost his 'EmRncipa- ' JL ' Upn'V'on Monday last in George Stree1 some' where between Mr. : Patrick .Sullivan's Shamrock Inn, anil Messrs. Syer Brothers'- Store hereby offers a reward of 53. to any person ujion delivering' of iho same at the *-' Free Press Ofllco.' ; . ? . ' . . JOHN BRADLEY, .? . per Ship Mellishi 1S29. Bathurst, \ .??-.. '.'..-. , Feb. 9th,: 1852. I ' . ' : ;;',:: ;';?.' stuaybp ' ., ' /'? : FROMC e her's Cio.'k, in 'aiunryl st, a gr y Horse,: branded on the near side under the saddle Eli conjoined, and- on the off shoulder 149. ' .'..- ....

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Gobernment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

'Cnofaemmcnt CUnjctte. ?^Fridav,. Jamjar? ? 13* I8S2i ! '?''. ; PROCLAMATION. . ' By His Excellency Sir 'Charles Aiigiistus Fitz Riiy, Kihglit Companion of the Hoyal Hano ! 'tveriana.GueJphtc' Orders GoVernor-General of iairiTei' Majesty's Australian Pnssessions, and : !Cq)tain-(icherai and Goverhor-in-Chief of the ;. iTerrittfg', of-Now South : Wales and its De ?. pendencies, &e.y&c. ? . '. . ? |In puVsah'ricftortne alithofily in me vesled by a ' certain 'Act of tlie Imperial Parliament of GreatTJrjfiiin'and Ireland, passed in tho 5th and -6th year oTHer^injesty's.. Reign Intituled,. ' An Act for' rcgiilating'the.shla of ^Vas(b;Land be lonyififf $. the Crown in'.' the Australian Colo nies,' I So' hereby 'notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 13th day of Fel)ruary:ncxt, the following Town, Suburban, and Cbilntry lots of Land, will be offered for sale by publib: auction , at thesevernl places hercunder mentioned, and at the. upset price affixed...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

! ;;;Misc|]iAiES0;^ ? ; .The ; greatiesk '? ;exq(-erhent had 'been pro* : duce^; ini; England ,. liy; ':'$&:', early.farrivial of' I gold 'frohvtKe, Batlmrst diggings ;:'and'Vas, i rhens'e; gold', field's Ijinust 'by - 'tliis' 'time ; . have, reached hbinfe. thd attractibhs. of. the isiand ? continent ' must .have, greatly; increased^ j Mr.''E'v L% M^te'fiorei.the'CbrisuVat , AAe^ llaide. '-:ifpr.'Bgr^um!h^ia..^ter,Jrom°-hiscpr-. ifesppnderi^s''. at. -Ahtv^srp to -this .effect :-?. j' There. will, be^eyerpl emigrants oh board !tHe Sunriajfid, to sail ^rom ^AnKyerR X- on 1st. :Nbve;mbe;rl. '-; T.iie;ne-iBpr the goldjdlscove^ !ries in -Australia beg' ins to agitate j pur po jpulatipn/- - The .teribr'bf pur: 7iod'vice's/!fr%om. :Grermany ;;lcads us i 7.0 ,belieye;tliat ypu.Syill. ih*ave;;'aftv:ijnrnense'.,;emigra^ jquarter:^; The 1 papers' a,re^also;fulL of ^the InewlGold/Fields iof !&ustralin$' '.,'arid ,; tiiere jare umistalceabje/' indications' .pf^' full .'lidlS jof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

ft; Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of G6J(J; Knd other metals in any quantity. ? ?;/&' W . G: B ROUKSTAYN. - -? *$ H Watchmaker and Jewclle r, : . '.'?'? H ,. . ?. ? ?? ? Hpwick'Streot, '? ? R 'v: ? : ; ?? : ;?;?' : ??'BrithursR'/v' ft.-Spechnens and Cojns:wanted.J ?,' j_ '? ?_, / W~~- ??- GOllD ^GOtal/:,1' - -;h;'f :V^:: ? !SYER,;M)THEliS 'X'h^' ?LL give tliehigliestcash price for good clear B isamples. , ;?'? ; ;;;.:.i.:.-|. !.' i'i:.- a-:-::: ftnst «h, ,1851. ;: ,; ,hY^::i f -U K RTndersiUcdiaaCASH'PTOCtf/jSER of HfiOLD OUST at tho.highest market; rates. ?^ ?. * !b.;campbeis.l, . ? ' -.' ' : ?, ' ?????. '^Circular (Huayy . »n'iy12bthAugt.,J85l..! :V; ' ' | '\..::- BL— ? . ' ' .... ...??. ,.-'? ? f, — r—- RundorBignedia a CASH PURCHASER of; pOLD.both^Or^and^li,. ? ' ' . Coach-8c Horses I in, : / ? ..'.'.': ??';''- '?' . -.. ' ! ???Prpnge..':' ?'GOLD I GOLD;!.!. GOLD I! !| :' I - C. P. DTJNSFORD '| - I CASH PURCHASER of ?. BATIHURST RoLD in any quantities. ? ? .-'-;? ?llia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. As the writeT of the letter upon tho Hargravcs Testimonial docs not choose to intrust his i name in onr keeping, we do not choosoto I jiuhliah his letter. The conductor of the pub ! He press requires soma guarantee of the good f»ith.of his correspondents, or the genuineness oT their productions, and wo very candidly. f ? tell tho author of tho correspondence in ques [ ? i£m that we shall not allow a double game, or auything in the shape of dodgery, to be played through our columns. A good cause requires ''?no such trickery ; it can at any time bo left to ! depend upou its own merits. So Ioug us tho f conduct of a newspaper remains in our hands, ?j. 'wo shall bo glail, nt all times, to afford space J for tho discussion of public questions ; but „ whether in attack or defence, tho warfare must be conducted in a straight-forward and manly manner 'We hope that tho writer, for his own credit, will not attempt a second timo to foist such a discreditable piece of ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. LOUIS KOSSUTH LOUIS. BONAPARTE, AND THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

BRITISH EXTMCTS. LOUIS K0S3UT It. LQUIS\ .BONAPARTE, AND THE TIMES, .r ' (From tlie Weekly News.) :. There are degrees in all things. The S titan releases Kossuth from his captivity, the American Republic sends a war steamer lor his Safe escort. M* Louis Bonaparte -refuses him a passage through France. The Times takes the occasion of his approaching arrival oh our shores to1 revive, against the glorious exile;- the thrice-' refuted calumnies; 'wilH; which ^ the jabso lutism iof Europe has sought to tarnish the fame of its most formidable and- most un compromising foe. ' ?: '; All this is as it shbiild be V|. all in its way contributes to the completeness of .that tes timony with which, the age does homage to the greatness of Louis Kossuth;''- ' ? ? The late Chief of jhe Hungarian ^Revo lution, ? the'.leaaer. .of 'tlie1 'nobles^ effort ; which an ,. oppressed; people, ever ; made.; for 'freedom, presents^, himself before the exe cutive Chief of that Republic which, three years ago, p...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTANT FROM VALPARAISO INSURRECTIONARY MOVEMENT. Valparaiso, October 6. 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

* ffORfilGN INTELLIGhKNCE. y ? PORTANT FUOM VALPARAISO ^INSURRECTIONARY MOVE. 'Bment. ? ????.- ????????; vy\ iWerom tlie ' Poly)iesion,'-.N'oDr,2Q;) M Valparaiso, October 0. 1 85 1 . M e term of office, of the late President, 1 ral Bulnes, expired on the IGlliSep Jb 3r; and for the space of ten years the iH ry lias made great progress under hU ?Mm listration. .In August the newi elec !;n|iail taken place, and resulted after a mi canvass, in favour of Don '.K|anucl i^ t~tne candidate of the . govern*ment, 'TO st General Cruz, one of their /jrevo- mi iary heroes, the favourite of the army, M, if a large portion of the people, espe ctKJl those of the inip9i*tnut province of pceptioa, where he had long exercised ^junctions of Intendente. ? Imontt was a ?distinguished lawyer of nils afe'°» w'10 'ia(^ rendered himself Borne- : ,Mgi obnoxous while filling -one'. of; the; luiw in the cabinet of the last administra fm but the chief objection, to .himjAvas. *|i| he was the nominee. of :lhejgo...

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SETTLERS'S WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

?SETTLfeRS' WHOLESALE' PRICE cMti' I RENT. .... H' Wheat— Is realising from 4s. to 4s, Olm& bushel. L -???-..- 'ffi Flour-j— At the mills is still quoted, fine, tM and sccdnds, £11 per ton. . E| iraizej— Prime samples are worth from 3iH 3s'. 3d. ncr bushel. . WS Englijjh Barley— Very duH in sale. W$ Cape [Ditto-i-Limited in sale.' , M Hay—fHas been very scarce and fetching fJg £4 10s. io £5 per ton. ' - W& Butter)— In demand at frein 8d. to lOd.j M-' . - ....-.;,- ' Cheesj — Scarce, and much , enquired afta about 8(jL per Hi. Bacon -and Hams^-Very-mnch in demand 8d. per Jil-. ? ' Eggs-|-Aro worth about lid. per dozen, T'at Pjgs — Small sizes,' in gocd condition, very saldsnble. -.-... ~ (3nlve-j— -Nominal. ? Sheep-!-- Very prime ones are in demand JS saleable. ' ' ' - ' '. M Bulloc ks — The market contin'ties well suppMH ? Tallov'r— Sales very' limited. '-at from X-rM .£28 per. ton. , .? : - ... , . . ' .,.' ., K * ? Hides-pVe'ry' saleable ht from 5s/ to 7s. cntlE To...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

SYDNEY MARKETS. ? jFlour nnd Grain.— Sydney Flour Mills, 6tb| Fcbrriarv; — A middling supply of wheat has bccai received pis week, which has ruled at 4s. 6(1- '°| 4s. lOd. 'per bushel for superior samples. Tlnl demand tor flour is steady at former prices, £' per ton for fine, and £11 for seconds. Bran H Gd. per bnshel. T. Barker and Co'* Mills, Feb ruary G.-c-In wheat nnd flour there is nothing to call for remark, tho supply of wheat i&,modcrnto at 4s. 3dl to 4s. 9d. pur bushel. Hour rcmnins at former, rates, viz: — £13 per ton for fine, and £11 for seconds ; bran Is. Gd. per bushel. Vic toria Hoar Mills, 6th February. — Wheat 4s. 3;l. to 4s. Odiper bushel ; flour is rather dull of sale at last week's quotations ; fine, £13, seconds, £11 1 per ton ; bran, Is. 4d. to Is. Gd. per bushel. I Biscuit — T. Barker and Co's cabin, 23s., for [ seconds, |8s. per cwt. Wilkie's, cabin 23?., pilot, I 20s., ship f, 18s. por cwt. ' I i I **i |g=r ' ' ? : ? a i' Hd — '-'? tho2lb. loaf. - . ...

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GOLD CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

GOLD CIRCULARS. In consequence of the unprecedented lnunMftr tion of taa'Turon, a- very? small quantity of f^H arrived this week; ns will be seen by the foibCjl ing statement of my public sale. The araoiK sold, owing to this and the cause more pantl|| larly adycrted-to last week, was small in c««9 parison inth former sales. At the same timt.ES will bo si'^n that prices havo advanced considenpj bly, and ^ie arrivals from Europe which have km fairly sob in, nnd the disposition to purcltm which geiicrully is apparent, must necessarily tcEa to establulh higher rater. TS By this, morning's overland mail, we have :(|| vices of considerable disappointment and uncdn tainty, if {jot decided reaction, in tho mining c;«fl rations cF tho southern province. Still, l^im quantities of gold continnb to nrrjvo inMclhounsI from Moint Alexander. But it is reported *B the best informed quarters that the New Sottlffl Wales Gcfvcrnmcnt havo satisfactory informaticSS of a gold Beld yet unexplored, though ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathuret Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESMMNGi' To tie Editor jfifithe Batliurst Free Press and %*--.'- Mining Journal. '' ' S?R,— I am the owner of a claim on Maitland Point, for which I' gave £60. ' A few days ago I found that three men had taken possession of this claim and were busy, at work in it.. Gn informing these men that the claim was'mino, and request ing them to 'leave it, they coolly said that ' the Commissioner' meaning Mr. Zouch, ' had told them to take the claim and that thoy would not leavo it, unless ho ordered, them to do so.' ?? Ac cordingly I immediately proceeded to tho Com missioner's tent distant only about 200 ynrds, but found that all tho Commissioners had gone out and were not expected home until the evening. On tho following morning, about 8 o'clock, : I waited on Mr. Commissioner Zouch, and asked him whether ho had given permission to any men to take possession of a claim belonging to mo on Maitland Point. He replied that ' some men had come and told him that there was a claim of...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. MADE WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. IKADE ^VIXH AMEBICA. ' A-Parliaiperitary paper,- shows the .trade of the .United .-Kingdom- with ?? the United States. of / America in- 'the- last'-fbiir years! In 1847.the;declared' value of British and Irisp .prpduoe and;manufacture' exported to the jlnited;. States', oii America' was' :^IO,974flftl;; in 1848, ^£S),564;9U9 ; in 1849, ^11,971^281; ? andv f in 't;185b/; £14,891,901;- -The^ imports | ftom the United; ; States (Iiavei increased:' ' Iri the tliree j^eare, (last year's ?account1 not being( inadeup).theofficial value bf the' imports was1 respectively, ^2();349,882 ? «£23,916,84;J, and^e2fJ,55t,941. ?' ---J * '??-?' ';- '; ;;'.'.!. ' ;;: , : j ' ? '?[' '? ;' THE i?OST OFFICE. ,' \ \ . ''?'_ ,' 1 .- A Pa'rliameniarj;,.ipaper~ra,oved.,fori-by; Mr. Charles yilliers^-rgives a..de_tailedi acA count of the ;increase^df the business ^^ trans .acted by 'jthe 'P 6s't Office^ 'fiince. ;th.e estab-; lishmeht of the'peiiriy postage., - ; ' r ' , j The follpwihg ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE CLOSE OF THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS, ? THE CLOSE OF THE aKEAT EXHI . i ? BITION. ' , ; . ? (From the Plymouth Journal, ' Qet. 16 j '[. . ? : The' Great, Exhibition: of the,',ihdustry of All Nations is now no' more.-. The' world's, wonder has ceased toexist, and the Crystal Palace has passed like a beautiful, dream-away. ... The good angel that lias for the last 'few : months sheltered ; the whole human, face under its guartiian wing, had disappeared, but has left its shadow. and its igenial inflenco still. ^Its.iniago will.' continue present to all'- nations '.'.breathing ' peace on earth and good will to men.' Man will con tinue: the world's race with his fe]low man in a spirit of honest emulation, forbearance, arid good feeling. ? - - -:—?-? — --?-?- --? ?- ??---. *?' Snturday last saw the close of the Glass Palace. About three o'clock the^visitors; began to' arrive. The gallery'faeing tho crystal fountain was filled with choristers, who were 'to .accompany tho or gans in the National: ;Arithem. ..-...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE VICTORIAN GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

? MlNINe.INTELLIfiKNCE.; ? THE VICTORIAN GOLD FIELDS. The following- extract is from a letter written' by fi Vandemonian gentlcman'to a gentleman in Bathurst, ' who . has kindly placed it at our dis; posal : .. ?'.:-. '. ' ? ? -''. ?.:??-?..'?: ' The gold fever hero is most cxtraortlinaryi Gold |to tho lvalue. of £l,00O,0OO;\ljiis' al'rbadj''. been shipped to England. EloviSri^elnide mi ihers btongbt ini-j£22,000 worth of gold two days ago, and a party of 4 men deposited SOlbs. weight each last week in tho Bank of Australasia. To givo you some i^oa 'of. the increase of our population, I may inform you that 4,000 people have, landed,; herb within tho last four days. The place is un safe to live in, thero is so largo an iullux of bad characters. What it will end in no mortal mmi can foresee. * Hobson's Bay now contajns sixty square-;rigged ships, and others are doily- arri ving. ' Adelaide is ruined, nearly all.tlie people having left. The successful diggers have returned thither for ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

' ' VAN DIEMEN'S'LAlft).; j ? ? ' '; : Indostri At Exhibition.— The present nnset tled state of .society, evincod:by the(almost)'' im possibility of carrying on for the present, the. ope rations of our local institutions,'- hasjrendprpd it desirable7 'iii tho ''-'estimation bf^ 'th'o ^managers of the intended exhibition, :; to ^postpone it until a fnyorable. opportunity.— JJbiart 'Town Advertiser. ' i. ??'..'..? i ' --l-i. j: \-.--. :- ?«;-) 'Goip.— Mr. W. A.' Guesdbri sold, on Wed-; nesday last, by auction, 200 ounces of gold, which reajiscd £3 2s.' 3d. per bunco.— Advertiser, 20th January. ' ? ? ..-., r, ':;;'. :-, Hobart Town Markets, January 23rd.— Our markets remain at about the last quotations. —7 Wheat, 6s^ ; barley, 6s.' ; oats,.3s. l'od, ; 'bran,1 Is. 'per. bushel ; potatoes, 6s. to 7s. per. cwt;;' eggs, -Is.1: 2d. per dozen'; butter, 'Is. 3d. per lb.'; poultry, 3s. 6d. to 5s.; per \pair.— Guardian:1: ''' '?? Labnceston Markets, Jan. 22nd.— Flour, £13 ; wheat, 5s. per bushe...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

To, the Editor of the Bathurst- Free Press and \ Mining. Journai, '??:.??'??? SiHy— You will oblige me by insertibg/tKb M* ?lowinjj cpnatnunication t,o,lhe ,Sydnty:\Mtrn\ng Herald 'in your next issue, as 1 am desirous' of. giving it all the publicity in my power. Yours respectfully,. ' SAUL SAMUEL. Thursday, Febil2ih, 1852* '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please to observe that no let ters addressed,!? this office, which ore not pre pajd, -will bo.Telenscd. We are called upon to B»TC-Qii»^especial notice because several lndivi ,- cauls with a. singular want of modesty have late lyjtift tis to pay4di to save themselves 2d. whou VrtUn]* upon «'ul-jects upon which their own 'iiiiercsts only weie concerned. If the corebral ^developments of theso parties wore examined, it' strikes us Ant' the organ of conscientiousness ?would bo discovered to be very flat

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1852. MR. ASSISTANT GOLD COMMISSIONER JOHNSON AND THE " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

Itfl'l 3JLTEHEST TREE PRESS. 'JTAOKTA E8X VEIMTAS El' VR.EVAI.EB1T.' i ' . ======= ~ . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Utl 1852. MR, ASSISTANT GOLD COMMISSIONER JOHNSON AND THE ' SYDNEY MORN ING HEltALD.' It is a fortunate circumstance t'hat the young gentleman whose name appears at 1}je head of. this article, should, at last, Have found an advocate in the Sydney Moriiing Herald, by whose leader of the 10th inst. his exculpation .in regard to his conduct at the time of Mr. Carter's rob bery, is announced to the world in a man. ner 'which must be 'highly' satisfactory to his feelings. Considering the rough treat ment Kfr. Johnson had received from the conductors of that journal, we really are of opinion that if sincere in the position thjey havs now taken in the matter, that they-are bound in common justice to offer him an apology. Such, at all events, will betho, course we shall adopt whenever we are cbpyinced that he has suffered any in justice at our handB. Unless, however, Mr. Johnson's expla...

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