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MULTUM IN PARVO; [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 March 1846

MULTUM IN PARVO   Or, a great deal in a small space Newcastle coals are becoming an arti cle of export to the Indian market to supply the various steam vessels there. The Theresa and Orwell from Sydney   to Calcutta arrived on the 20th Nov,   the former lost 7 horses. The captain of the Industry arrived at Hobart Town, saw a large vessel bot- tom upwards. Mt the North Cape. Sea   so rough could not examine her.   Berrima assizes just concluded. Chief   Justice presided. Two day's business.           Fortunately none sentenced to death. In Liverpool (England ) great damage occasioned by an extensive fire. New PostMaster General-the Earl of St. Germains, vice Earl Lonsdale. The French ports are shut against the exportation of food, Scarcity there. Lord Mayor's day (9th Nov.} held with unusual splendour.     Great scarc...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

FACTS Füfl THE PK»>PLK. 1 he Chief Justice of Domi ni ca, Glan * ville, ist- amula Ito ; Sharp, the Attorney General of ; Barbadoes. ts a mulatto ; Garraway, Judge pf the Court of Ap* peals in ßarbadoes, is a mulatto ; the Governor'of Nevil is a mut wt to ; thirty ftwo editors of papers in th - British West India Colonies are negroes and mulat* toes; twenty-one magistrates are mu lattoes; iii all the Legislative Councils and Houses of Representatives, there are no less than seventy-two mulattoes and two negroes, making laws fo^ their former masters, the whites. Two thirds of the army or garrison in those colonies is already composed of African soldiers, commanded by white officers. The church is abundantly supplied with black or mulatta clergymen ; the jury. men are almost composed of negroes and mulattoes.-DA COSTA,

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Sporting. W. SPARKES' BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

Sporting. W. SPARKES' BENEFIT, ^THÄ benefit of the above ** pet of the middle weights'* came off in first rate tetyle on YVeduesday evening last, Among the various capabilities display ed we were m nb h amused by ' Toma hawk' and the * Poulterer,' Donnelly and Cooper, who with their dodging, good humour, and activity, kept the Spectators in a roar, Haddigaddy and the big^un shewed in prime twig. Could H addy face as well without the muffles as with (hem, he would be a first-ra ter. his setting-to was superior to Hough's; but his want of reach indicates à want 'of power to punish,] W. Sparkes ànd an amateur showed some excellent sport, after which came the PRÉSENTATION OF THE "BELT to W. Sparkes which was performed by Mr. Revel john soft After fitting it on, Master William camé forward» exhibit ing a very costly appendage of which thé following is aldeseriptióñ i^Thelâfabric Vas of corded currency blue silk, edged with gold läce and crimsou velvet, be tween which was placed His name ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER" THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

^^%av0 Mèj|sjir« ïn jjaJrin¿ít>efore pur Readers the following APPEAL to tue }? JNWic of the Comroittee pf the Hawkesbu ry BenerolentSeciety Iwlio have established [ an HOSPITAL ni connection with theSociety, wH«Te extended relief will be afforded uot ; only to the destitute outcast, \>ut also to ttre tradesman and mechanic who might desire to participateîq'j^j^oï^^.-and.^*. ventages át *x£r^ Ml rïhé praise w^ic^ weT could bestow on the ^ommfttee would fali very far short pf their ' déSefta;abd we submit their' Appeal to ike Community, believing that ii wOl come Jhome tb the hearts of all who peruse it AN APPEAL lTOv¥tiE ÏPÎHABITANTS OF. THESE 1)lsf 1ÜCTS ÍN BEHALT OF THE HAWKESBURY BFAVÉVúLENT SO . CIEÏY AND HOSPITAL. ; making the present Appeal to the Public for more extensive support for the Society under their management, the Committee bf the Hawkesbury Beievolent Society feel that it is unnecesary to enu: merate the advantages which Institutions [ of this nature never fai...

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ANECDOTE OF THE LATE EDMUND KEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

ANECDOTE Of THE LATE ED MUND KEAN, , During thé recess which followed Kean's first triumphant season at Drury lane, he accepted an offer to play at Portsmouth; _ tie had then become the j " great Mr; Kean," travelled in his own chariot, gave splendid dinners, and was I an honored guest at the board of every ! manager. Oh the morning of the day j on which he was to make his appearance at the Portsmouth theatre, the manager ! and two or three friends invited Mr. Kean to take a glass of Madeira and a » biscuit at ofce of the principal hotels. The pauy entered the hotel and seated themselves, The wine and biscuits were brought* and the landlord (albeit " $ great mail^J; fôuld not do less for auch fi guest as Wi ÍKe>n, than to wait upon him in person. Kean had no sooner perceived the landlord, than darting up on him one o'rthose soul-searching look* for which he wás so celebrated, he ex claimed .* Stop-i$ not your name -?" «« Yes, Sir," mid the landlord, astonished at his looks and at...

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PENRITH v. WINDSOR; Or Dunne undone. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

PEN&ÍTIÍ v. WINDSOR ; Or Dunne undone. un Monday last a Race for'£20 a side took place OTI the Wiqdspt; .Course (in the presence of tip wards of 600 persons,) be tween Mr Geo rgVSeymour's b h' Lottery* aged, and Mr. Perry, of J enritVs g h . Doc tor ^vntax,' 5 year's old. Best of beats. O'Brien rode Lottery, and Dunne the Peu* rith Grity, Shortly after one o'clock both .horses were ready, and the word ' off" hav* png been given by the ,Judges, james Hale aud Wv T. Baylis, Ësqrs. Lottery had a beautiful start of about half a dozen length^ Which he maintatnea1 till arriving at the fast hill (when he appeared to slacken Iiis pace fpr a,, short time.) In the interim ^Dr^\'§yDtax..|to't à half length ahead but Lottery soon brrçsfyed past him, coming to the winning post half a neck before the Dr. ,. tri the secottcf heat the Doctor got a good läisVttce befóte/but Lottery sooh.overhaul: ied.hi^^birig-ßeföfc itt pallant style till they arrived at the last hill when both he* came 4 i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

ber notice the appoíutment ohir Chirles fitztpy as Sir George Gipps ' successor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

MR. LABAN WRITE having rei cèived instruct ions from the Exe * tutors under the last Will and Testament of the lace MR. ROBERT SINKINGS, de. ceased, will bring to Public Auction* on Tuesday next, the 3lst instant, at Sign of the " Horse and Jockey/ George street, Windsor, at 12 o'clock, All the right, Title abd interest of the said Executors in and tb ail that Piece or Pareel containingtive Acres, (more or less,) ly* ing and being oil the Road leading from Windsor to Parramatta (distance from Windsor about three miles,) and forming a part of the Estate so well-known as M A RS ÛJEN'S HADDOCK, The late Proprietor < has expended a large sum in fencing, clearing, stump ing! burning oh0, ercting a substantial S L'A B BÚ IL B Í Wtr, and planting out a great number of choicè FREIT ÏREII,; preparatory to the formation of a large ©«ÇM'ARB- ?'-if -Y Also, in and to all that piece esparce I (or two separate ALLOTMENTS,) situate and being iu the TOWNSHIP OF R3[CH>iOND,, opposite t...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

rf one of tho stacks-I'm certain there is~ Bill WéMt^maWl! ^me.^ «Öfe deW ol tlear f mn for the engine, not of 'er insured, bring the buckets, cali ^e heigh ^'litittil^^^ft fae |ioor:. agriculturist, ai mos out of Tack where are yefRohih, what stack, was it . Robin, that the seed a smoking ?i? "Whoi the cAj/»ne# stack, measter.** . The editor of an American paper ^(himself an old bachelor,) says, " no thing can prevent an increase of ole bachelorism save an amendment in th< mode of educating women« When the3 Jearn common sense instead of broker French ; when they learn some usefui employment instead of beating the plane '..when they learn to prefer honest in« v dustry to silly coxcombry,and when iner find that a woman is a helpmate instead of a burden : then may we expect to'sec few bachelors, but not till then/ A DIAMOND MiNB.-^The French con «ul at Bahia h is addressed a report to thc foreign minister at home, announcing "the discovery, at the distance of eighty leagues...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 March 1846

i> i ? li ?.ni II i -¡imr -j HAWKESBURY Subscription Raees. Ata MEETIl^Ö held at Mr. Hio: ©kasoÑ's, " Bird-iii-Hand," Rich» mond Hoad, on Thursday, (lie atti day of Jan: nary, 1846 it was agreed that Mibscription Races bhouid be held at the Windsor Race Coursé, Kíchmoud Rond, on "Wednesday, Thursday, and iFriday, the tar, 2nd and 3rd of April When the following Prises will borun ! for WEDNEEDA AP REL 1. FIRST 'pnrety The Ha wkesbury Town Plato of Fifty Guinea for Horses of all ag«*¿earryii% weight for ag¿*. \ heats, twice round . the Course ; ©otrauce "£5 5s j thrte entrances or no race. SECOND PUIZE, THE MATDÊN PL \T15 irTwenty-fiire so. r^reigns for horses or'ail ages that have never won an advertised Prize exceeding £10, car rying Weight for ge ; heats once found ; entrance £S ; three entrances or no race. TIÍtRO FRISS', '? .". ; j -W ' THE frELTiE^ Sl AKES of Twenty aove reigns, wilh a sweepstakes of Twetorereigns, for horses of all ages currying 10 stoce f lbsf two-fnile hea...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

MísGELLiNEOÜS. The Governor General of Lidia, Sir Hsnrv rTardingé^hás at length proceed ed against the 8ikhs, ivho had crossed the Syileg, and there it appears invaded a terruoVyHn jthe confines of British In dia,wj^îch ^as under British protection, in de Iii« ce pf treaties and the law of na tions. Two great battles followed, in both of which victory-after mos^ sah ^VinWy "eniîa^ements-declared for tile iiritish. The loss On their side wis Wiry grear, ho less than 37 English Officers (amongst wljom wereGenerais Siril. Sale and Sir J. M'Caskilj,) and 640 ränk and ? fib killed arid 1721 wounded* We understand that the Police Magis trate of Mai. I «nd has collected the sum of£17 ll*, fur toe wife and, children of the unhappy man Shea, now under sen tence of death for the murder of his part ner (MenVies) near Mattend. In conséquence of the political and also the distressed state of Ireland, it is re ported that the Government intend to expend three milliöRS sterling in that country in ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1846. Dr Leichardt. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

^^^^^^^^^^^^88 " *Wl«if^fpr '^rjieaiig^/Dr« Leichardt with i^^^^f^P^ fTHifPiéijs io prö i^diug "o1&^^ 1 tana, and thence "to. Port Essingtoia ** Sir Mà0iM?QWiiû the chair. Reverá) gffrjtlomen addressed the fneeting. Reso lutions vw4re*p¿ssed etpréssive of thé ser: ivie«» rendered ty t)r. Leichardt abd his r ^rty uot p^iy*tb this colony, out to Great Woridroft their successful Expedition from Moretón Bay to. Tort Essington ; and that petitions, should AWpresented tb his Excellency the Qoyeri '*rîôr 'Wd-' the -Honorable the Legislative Council praying that a sum of money should be appropriated) from the Colonial revenue, as ali acknowledgment of those services. A committee was appointed to carry those resolutions into effect, and to receive sub scriptiöus, &c. At the close of the meei- a iog the subscriptions wc re an ntíü need as h^vinç amounted to £326 6s 6s. His Sk';' eèHency having liberally subscribed £25 for the noble occasion.. . Wtóie ajt thlsjis passing in Syd...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 3. FIRST PRIZE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

FItlSt P&I2E THE WINDSOR FÜÉSÜ of Forty sove reigns for notées of all ages, earryiej weight for age ; entrance ¿4 1 os ;'three entrances Or rio race lady Morgan, Higgerson, Tartan jacket and blue bonnet *v.ViV.v 1 L Blue Bohneti Marsden, fcarlet and blaCk C¿p '««... »¿» « .« ..4mm 2 2 Oily Gammon, ftgeo, Dunn, "blue jactet and Woe ea£ iVf.'.." 3 3 §uiHyt4 y eats, O Brien, RftboU of Indier . v»*¿ »y 0 0 . .. SECOND PfttfeS. ' THE LADIES' PURSE of Twenty sore reigns for all 2-yôars old ; beats once round the Course.; entrance £2 5s. ; three entrances or no ráce Emperor, 2 years, Scótt, Scarlet blue cap ...*..»............» I 1 Dandy 2 years, Hall, Yellow jacket cket and cap 2 2 THIRD frftlZB. . THE BEATEN STAKES of Fifteen so vereigns, with entrance £2 each added for all beaten horses during this Meet: ing ; to be handicapped by the Stewards or whom they may appoint ; one heat twice round the Course. iiom making any remarks oo\ t$¿? ßfyiivh Ra<^if merely ípretoisiog...

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AN APPEAL TO THE INHABITANTS OF THESE DISTRICTS IN BEHALF OF THE HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SO CIETY AND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

TO trite ¿NHlTUTANTS OF ÎH$$£ H A WK^SBtíRV lïmÉViiïfotif ' St) CÏETY ÀNÛ HOSPITAL. íN making the present Appeal to the PubUc for more ektèlMve ioppbrt for the Society under ttt# Stlahagèmèptv thé Committee of thé Ôawkëfchùry BerièVoîeot Society feel that it is onnecesary to enut merate the advantages milich institutions of this nature never fail to confer* wherever they ure established. Every one at ali alive to the interests of the District, must be well aware, that the good tyhtch has been effected by this Society has, been im: mensem By an arrangement recently made uh: der the sanction of His Excellency the Governor, and with the approval of the Society generally, the Buildings formerly occupied as a Colonial Hospital, have been given over to the Society for the purpose of establishing an HospitalJn_ the , Io carry out «this ièry desirable object,1* lt is* necessary to obtain enereasécl * pecui niary etd from the inhabUantfc jihemselves i and the Committee are persuaded that, /w...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 2 FIRST PRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

THURSDAY, AP'RÏL 2 THE PUBLICAN'S PURSE of Twentf five sovereigns, with a sweepstakes of three sovereigns each added for horses of all ages, carrying weight for age ; Heats thrice round the Course ; entrance i £2 lös ; three entrances or no racé : Jorroeks, aged, Dunn, Green jacket and cap .......... 1 I Jumbug,aged. Holmes. Tartan jae* j ketand black cap............. 2 dr. î,ady Morgan« aged, Higgerson, Tartan jacket and blue bonnet 3 At* SECOND vatzB. ' %URÖtß %kß& !& $SÖ, mit a sweep , stakes of E5 each added, three times ' . rounfl over nine stiff leaps, 4 feet pigllf weights Hat. libs.; entrance £3; threa IV[entrances^rlpHc^;:---:.; ^ > .JVW. Wa]raby, 5 years, ^orrick.-'Green and yellow jacket and black cap ? 1 Slasher, aged, Cullen, Black jacket ? and white cap ..'...'¿'...« â..\ Rob Roy, aged, Wilson, Tartan jacket had black cap .*««.... Ó yÚt&0.aged, MfGráth, Blue & whit jacket & blackcap Ö Mr. Cullen's horsemanship in this raôè was...

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LINES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

^^^%i^f0iur^^m^ tko» w«ofl>rer WlMitatitW* from hhtíoMlfthrpne, in giant beauty eimîed, Pilgrim ot mighty wastes4, untrpd Hy foot before ,, IVia^^nt^'^r tb© wildern««, thy weary jour ney1* O'er I ' ,: ;. ? :. J . ^ » *ThoV*t lb$tttéd wirti tb© dan-era, of the1 forest aiiiïtfa* îflèba, A»i^?mid itfae silent desert-a conqueror bast stead ; , \ "Thou bast ;inemphM o'er the perils, of the mount am rind* ¿W' |>tuth And H nation's smiling welcome, is thy greeting \ bctna ogam^KW: That juoniL intrepid beat! sti'i held its purpose ? high, vv _ ,,- , - ". "Like Afric'^r martyr trareller-résuî'red, *' tö do üíidiej*' ' Like i i m, to 6 nd a lonely grave in desert sands of fattie,' Or win a bright eternity, of high and glorious ' fy*06 I Oft inlbo silent Wilderness when meaner spirits O/iail'd, Have thy unfailingénergies, to cheer and sooth prevajl'd { For well thy hope-inspiring voice ccu M speak of perils pasî, And bid each Coming one appear less painful than the last. A nd oft'e'eo th...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

VARIETIES. "îîoVfhanyÀ-iSBys an ingenious practical mineralogist, ; gick;up_j)ebbles of crysta!, ^believibs-' tbëtHÉUpilarnonds ; and how difficult is it to^HKce them' they aré not so. even after \bWfcfev6 been cut and po lished ! As it iPwen knöwn that diamonds cutglas£» Inany imagine that crystal, bard enough to scratch ^glass, tritist be a dia mond; or something extremely near to it. The differencej bowerer, between scratch ing glass and cutting it. is immense. The "il ia meed cuts it so, that it breaks in the line, frequently nuder the very act ; other substance's merely effeet scratches. When « person is iSot satisfied with this test, let ?him procure afine file and rub the substance forcibly ; If lt be a crystal, the file will 'wear it down ; but if a'âiàmôud,it will not fprodnce the smallest effect. Another test-When crystal is cut and polished the rays of light will pass through it, 'whereas in the diamond the rays are, by the great power of refraction, reduced as 'it were, ...

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DR. LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

! t)Ri LEICHARDT. Dr» Leichardt, that truly brave an enterprising Traveller-an honor to hi own country àhd a great benefactor t i his - j* retu rn ed from hi s ,a r d u ou * j o u r n e from Moreton Bay to Port Essingtp via the Gi I ph of Carpentaria, on Thurs day morning last in the schoyner^iJerö ine, to the «real joy of Ae ighof^of th i n hibïta nts bf the Colonjy ia%u 1)1 .-to thoseof thé v íurrwrttt.ifÄ viöionic when the aco^uttï rèicpes jtónn On , former occasion wá/£Íal¿d màjt the pub ''lícaú^ hy. tba sinjnent çomppset Mid <. jotaicmf*, Mr Nalliara p&$ preraütuTe, a«3 ^« hr« Hoi truly happy to find thattt % ^tovedi< .'be so. IT-toe" cotóirÍeY dî^ovérèd b] tliis $rot)lé*-^éïïtVêV^ôïh%cof (lie.tï JE bóli njí i##Sb ' ri th > as tu some ¿V id fyj;e$$~^^ ptlien through whiçh^Îhe ptirest water mean dered iní »ijye% brböles,? while* river! ^«épunií irig.wUhf Ahe most defici^ <»ic8vof tlo finViy trtbë^aftibollëd fri « art. t on ness, glad d...

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HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. Tuesday evening was appointed {by sd: vertisement) for the entrances of the horses for the approaching: Saces, and long before the hour fited upon-fwo o'clock p. M.-the Commercial Hotel was nearly crowded with visitors. Exactly at 2 the Stewards, ac: companied by the Clerk of the Course, made their appearance, when they wete gr§at«d with three cheers by the persons 7 o'clock wheo busiusss really commenced, an^continued wjJ^itJp|e:rmr#a)i el||^ ilaklagiy^ trinen £tteat»%hoKidWa#ofttéd«*?Vîï sftiog ^UTgeonjtb the Ha!ále race." whicjh Iras immediately 'seconded br several, and brought torth toárs of laughter froaa the meeting. At thecbnclusiou, 31 entranced were "announced as having been made, and íne >otrance money receive^ efcceded £H8. This wás a cheering forerunnetbi what was to happen next day. doug before Aurora's bright beams îilumined thç skies, the worthy .osts ofthe Horse and Jockey the JVhtte ííárt; the Plough Inn. and seve: rai others were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 April 1846

"íT Inl i IL ©TAL ^ Priace of Wales Lodge IN DE PEN DEX T OHDEU Of ODD ;", y FELLOWS; 3tf. Ü. WfíSL: take place fn the 7th Apii; Ï846, of ibe independent Ordif of tNíoV ^llp^s J$g % % When ' Vjsitjn^ i^.ef(t^ % iàenâ^ai,.^.r, Apiree1 . ^éo«|'an*|# *' Áostraliárí ftotèî.^ Öeorge , ^reçi, W iif dsOrr alf %n b'çjpcî^ fA. MÍ13¿ Ifórirt thé samé.-froj^ ;wHewpeJ$^ prodeeii lo^St. 1$tat^w*s Clio reny wheje the ;;ftefd.^ sented¡*to breach ^ Sermon ; after y*h ich % Collation vf ÎÏÎ be made, îo aid of the ^undsof the " Hawkesbury Beneyoleut Asylum. : 'CHAFES **ÏKïfc-U)N; ^Hawkesbury ¿nd Nepean Branch. , - 'hers of theseveraï^ %ran^*wiïf y lí#d at tp ^urch^f Engl a n d Schoolj-louse ip, j^ichmtyid, Wedíiiesdá^ ilíe 8th eljay ^ of Apr^nPAU The CÍtíaiif wfti bé taj^n^the^ 'of thé ISraînch at one o'clock,^. M V Seats forthe rLadies will be provide^ Marchai. ' ' - ; ' - ? David Dunstan^ : B\SUm E^jpa^pet^a^r and Un dertaker,rèturns his sincere thanks to his friends and the Palie in general for th...

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