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PERU. Lima, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

';! -.-?????' ; /?-??- ' (PEte t:'J:-i' v^ :„ [ ''. ? '! . ; '? ' '-Vs , : ;: iarna,, January. 14. , ., ?The political .eyentsnof^he^lastcfort night have' been 'of itheigreatesi ^iinpior tance. Tjte-bbdy o^ trbop^ sentby :Colo?iel Pfadb toV attack' the, reyolutip^i|y-1fc-rces uindbr.CplopetSegur^^ere.^fea^ their commander, Cojonel :3Pio;v Cornejo was severely wounded. Oh receiving. news; ;iof.^iis reversfej lihfe BictatSi^- 'Wii3i6ut con sultation with \ any, ,6'f : Ttis^ ^gefieral 'pffi-. icers determined on ius ftinai attack., On|ihe :-28rd. the'. jWater .. mas cut ; off, ifrom ? the'city, and -?n : ihe 26thj at -five o'clock ':-. in] fthe ' morning,' the 'bombardment i*wasc conuneneed; ',- :This was^iairie'd on fpr^6: hoiirs, during wl^ptti^e more than 3,'K)6 balls and shells were .thrown into Are quipa.: At the 20th round ifoe 68-poiinder btu^t, reducing the artillery to^ the imall riieijl-pieces of IS ^nd ,12/ , .Sey^ral com panies of infantry attacked the barricades wiich the ...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

-' i MEXICO! ^ Late hews'from 'Mexica stated 'that the 7 rebeUibuinXuGatahwasbe^mi^serip^ Santa 4nna is declared to be at the bot tom of it, :- Presidentr Juarez was inaugu rated aa President ^i -? ifixp ' SfepubUc of fMeaco^n'C!h^tnia&ipayi ' J; ;: ' '' ' ' : . ; infelligerice from Bfayannah sl§.t^ that Ihe inembera of 'tiie British djegaiaon tor Mexico have arrived in that city^ .having left the capital of that miserable' republic ' for good, with all the 2i'chi7es, of the Le gation. ;. ..... ?; : ?'';''/' 'L'\ _'^? ., : _ .

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COMMERCIAL. London, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

^A\ ^^mmm^^m '^ ?y.vr ,. ' , r il»ondoni,3aauary.2. : j- Bates for &»ttclaes b^Counts haVje iad^: ys^qed ftiomlf to If per-cent.y%t whicn Iheylstopa-in^theojien market at bur last land- maintains its minimum at 2, per cent. Little change .has- taken ; -place in its positidn. i :,clt holds -? -Deeember *26)' of ireserre ''Jin^^otes^ -^nd;' .^K 'rT^it'' £lS\0i9ii^5] ptlQpyerim^at ^#1^.^ 5Phe' qub^tib^s'bii December,/31 -.'werearrj IfeV ' (^Soutb. .^vS^le? '€r6v«cntaentj -»5' »^r i '^emt,, ' JBS^ %±q ^^ ^-JSnoaiy-1 ^mat My, :#8-:t6:3jOO^ d©^$'p^-eenW iJ888 to^.895^ Januafyjiind Siiy^mMf i99|$MbJ.y55 ;per ''ce^V ^i^iUced.-by anjauaii aktl^P^ 1#^ ^ rl4l tQ -103 ;: HeV Ze^nd4perucent.y ^91,1108 *d jifl ilJiot-* per. cent:; ^ *o 9% ; 36.^6 ' ^^i^^^r^entjMl, J$M ap^j I-eqembler,: Writp lO^i^ueeegl^d, 6J5ei!3flent., ji8S4-5^ January,;atid Julvj,- i03^*oJ?10^^''aor 189lv Jaaniafy- aiid^ July; i03£' tb lOH'^ ^biftli^usmiah1 ^o^^r^t^#*-^S[li#O?C ^ra^;; llor ?tflZ-lli-^iTasm^i^,^ \.pe*, ...

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GREAT STORM AT SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

/r;:.° I -«KEAT^TOBMJl?!li«kN';;''V' ^ ;; .; I -$: r;^^w^gp;^:; ;;, f,;^ !^. '''S^ql cHranGiscd-? was,: jdsitedby ^/a severe? 3which continued fe^tne 23rd, icatising ''tSm^r. ,damage to t|je ^hipping ; in Iheiia^pr/aaa, J»bs !of ^pr^erty, on --^u»E4-';T^he .daniage.' tbfhe,shipping was pretty seribus/andia ; ^f^derable^iiiumber- *-f ': vessels' ?-?^wease'' s^(^^i«r^eye^ly.dan^ed;£;N6-BH^^ ;yessels were amongst the_mimber.- In the city | no very serious damagej is reported. iJH^ m . fibniMingBfllaiat: ; completed,S2roofsj Schimneys: awnings, &c:, i suffered mor-e or

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

d : ? ?' ' ? : sbtnrH :ame3rica:- :\ '' ' : ; - ; ; No .ire^is^.'i^'^p7-rl^'^;liuav^ng:.ar-:'- Hyed.at «r: sailed from the-porta of iVal ^araiso, Calla©,1' and' San 4F-ranbisco; for Australian or NW ^^'Zeafetfdpdrts.ri -v

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SADDLEWORTH, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

SABDLEWORTH; March 12. If black eyes, bloody noses, and sprained limbs are signs- of lively' times, then we may say that our township ihas presented,- a rather lively appearance this last month or two.. With regard to other, things, it appears to be.very dull for this tinie of the year. Wheat is coming in rather slowly, consequently business is very slack. — The juecupn^ Uommittee js very active; in its efforts to secure a candidate' to represent this district in the ensuing Parliament, but as yet. without success. Several gentlemen have been written' to~ on the subject, but have all declined the -honor. It appears that we shall be left in 4he lurch after all, and be compelled to submit to the sending in of members who will take no notice of the interests of this part of the district. J. G. Daly,' Esq., has a request sent to him to, come forward, and if he also declines, I think we may as well give it up as a bad job!

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LOCAL COURT—STRATHALBYN. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. [Before Messrs. Dashwood, S.M., Rogers, and Cheriton.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

LOCAL COURTr-STRATHALBYN. Tuesday, Maboh 10. [Before Messrs. Dashwood, S.M., Rogers, and Cheriton.'] Application was made to close a useless road in the Hundred of Seymour. The road was ordered to be closed. Jones v. Lttchfieli).— Mr., Payne for the plaintiff, and Mr. Bonnar for the defendant. The plaintiff in this action sought to recover the sum of £20, damages 'sustained in consequence of his sons having teen kick ad by a vicious horse, the property of the defendant. It appeared that the horse had been turned, out and nobbled on some unfenced allotments in Milang. Shortly afterwards some children went there to play, and one of them — a little boy about four years old— got kicked on the forehead, and unfortunately disfigured for life. Plaintiff non suited. : . . - ? ? - . WrasE y. Thobnlet.— Action for £7 for. a plough. ' Mr. Bonnar for the plaintiff, and Mr. Payne for the defendant. The plea was that the plough had been given in with some sec tions purchased by the defendant from...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M, and O. K. Richardson, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Satdbdat, Mabch 7. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M, and O. K. . Richardson, J.P.I Assaulting a Police-Constable. — Alex. Stewart was charged on remand with assaulting Police-constable James Dayman, in Hindley street. Mr. Downer appeared for the prisoner. From the evidence, it seems that the prisoner was creating a disturbance, and on the con stable arresting him he violently resisted. Committed for trial at the -nfiTt-. *it.t.?ntnj -vf t.Vin Supreme Court. Bail allowed, himself in £50, and two sureties. Cashless Dbtvjng. — Andrew Mooney, driver for Cobb & Co., was charged on remand, on the information of James Flemming, omnibus pro prietor, with careless driving, at Glenelg, on the 27th February. Mr. Boucaut appeared for the complainant. The defendant was fined 10s. and costs, £2 3s. in all. Monday, Maboh 9. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and O. K. : . . Richardson, J.P.] Assault with Intent. — Thomas Jones, a bid about 16 years of age, was charged wit...

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OAKBANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

: * ~^:^: jQAKBAlJK.; - , ?:I'.; .,-,' : The -we^er.jha8i'been,iritensly).hQt-/or; jben dayaV past^but^a delightful., change , has now taken place, whichis quite r^freahingjafter such, a continuation of ;heat-and smoke we] have .had; to. endure. TrBush ; flres have, been, paging, hfear Bonney's Flatj^ru^h^I, andjEchunga, idtiring the greater part of last rweek | considerable damageih^'beeadone^ ?[ Mr. 'Beaumont, of ^^n^ar Gruntfial, .,, lad ? Jiis- haystack, harness, and several, other things destroyed. —Die Oakbank , Sa^n8ipnFopjtbridge, erected by. the ^District Council pf , iOnkaparinga, was: duly -opened - on M^nday .lait, a ,' goodly ^number .was present,, including the District ;Councillbrs. ' ? Miss J. JqtjMton^perfprmei^he chrwtening ;ceremony, assiBted ^.^by ^.Jffrr^Grflsby^ Chairman of i .the. CounciL This.briSge, whic^ |n- the span, approacfies . 013. feet long, and reflects much credit, ^-n: the pbujafsfl,' and * contractors/ and 'will prove a great boon- to this _ neigh...

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LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M., and a Jury of Four.] CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

LOCAL COUET— PORT ADELAIDE. ^ -: Wednesday., Mabch IL [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M., and a Jury : ?:?-? of Four.] CIVIL SIDE. Andebson V. Louhtt. — For £100 damages, brought by plaintiff against defendant for ill treatment- on the voyage from England. Mr. Dempster for plaintiff; Mr. Fenn for defendant. Charles Anderson, seaman, stated that he was au able keaman on board the Duke of Suther land. Left England on October 2L On the 27 th was in the Bay of Biscay. Was ordered to help ana carry a maintopgauant sail on to the poop. The vessel was under double-reefed top sails at the time. When He had got half-way up the poop ladder, slipped off, and fell on the main deck, with one of the men who was assist ing with the Bail on the top of him. Felt a pain in his right groin in consequence, and could not move for 10 minutes afterwards. Went on the poop and lent a hand to spread the saiL Worked that day and until the following Monday morn ing. Was in great pain all the time. Spoke to the cap...

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REDRUTH AND KOORINGA, MAR. 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

redrothan^e:66rMga,mab. 11/ - ? The anntversaiy ^iof ; the Bedruth ' Primitive' 'Methodist. SattSSflfeBchbpl1' was celebrated on Sunday aifaMdnd^;JMarc^8.4na'9^ /The Bey;1 T:. jJariett preapTiM^&rnbsi ^jiiai [ (ja^j»r%riaiie; Beimons toorni^ and evening: In the afternoon' the ' ^re^et&id: ^gentleman Vnadfe5 an 'iiitpres ting J ?and ^bqueiit addTess on JSabbath-^chpbls' and their usefulness .and' importance to the riifng ^generation:; '4l T4e ' children connected, with the sehwat;t6bk'pa'ra*£n the/sfervices, j-y singiig suitable ??hym'nMp' and' giving ^ery. cr6dital3y -various i recitatibna.' VNine ^pj 'jfche jsejaio^'lioys were examined 'by Mr. jV^EiffeijL ibnffchti^lSfe'Of^ Bli|ah, andacqiuttel ihyi^l^eSi^OBf ^fatisfac- tonly. Cn Monday; afj;er walking in proisessitin with their teachers round ':9ie township, and smging several hymns'; they returned * to ? the chapel, and were regaled 'with 'the' customary fire, after which- f;a' plentiful, supply of sweetmeats ' Wa...

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LOCAL COURT—GUMERACHA. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. [Before Messrs. Edward Castle, S.M., J. B. Randall, Wm. Lillecrapp, and S. Randell, J.P.'s] FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

^ ? . - - LOCAL COURT--GUMERACHA. Thubsday, maboh o. {Before Messrs. Edward Castle, S.M., J. B. Randall, Win. Lillecrapp, and &' Randell, J.P.'s] . - s-itm, jrrniBDTCTioir (CIVIL). ? J^ABSHALL V. SCHDETZE. — Action for £100, damages for that defendantspoke and published Of itjie plaintiff the following words :— ' You (mejunng plaintiff) d — — d bad -woman, you, dT-rf-rd thief, you have been 'stealing 'my ;; flowers,' and for that defendant assaulted and b^afcti the . plaintiff, whereby the plaintiff became sore and wounded, and unable to attend to her business. j»ff. Bundey for plaintiff ; Mr. J. Downer for defendant. Mr. Bundey ad dressed the Court, and called Maria Marshall, widow and dressmaker, living at Blumberg, who said-On the 4th February last I was in the parlor of defendant's inn at Blumberg. Mr. and Mrs. Bebrach and two men named Aberle and Clare were there also. Aberle was not sober. : He tried to sit down on Mrs. Bebrach's knees, but fell down on the floor. Ther...

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MEETING AT NURIOOTPA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT NUBIOOTPA. On Thursday, 12th March, at 2 p.m., Mr. E. G. Baker met the electors of Parossa at the Nuriootpa Hotel, Nuriootpa. The room was pretty well filled. Mr. W. Strothee was voted into the chair, who read the notice calling the meeting, and introduced Mr. Baker. . . ilr. Baker then addressed the meeting in similar terms to his addresses at other meetings, and was listened to very attentively. In an swer to questions put by electors, Mr. Baker said, that although he called himself a free trader, he was in favor of the duties being taken off on raw material, and luxuries heavier taxed. He was in favor of a denominational system of' education, and that really good teachers ought to be well assisted by the Government, and that the number of children attending a school be a guide as to the amount of the grant. An Elector asked Mr. Baker if he would be in favor of giving a bonus, of say £5,000 or £10,000, to any one who would dis cover means to manufacture iron here, as ch...

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LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS.. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Wearing.] TUESDAY, MARCH 10. JURORS EXCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

LAW COXJBTR | SUPREME COURT— CI VLL SITTINGS.. [Before His HoDor Mr.- Justice Wearing.] Tdesdat,, Mabch 10. JDfiOBS SXCOSED. Thomas fleet iioutitt, Uawler, engineer; Richard Loveday, Beedbeds, farmer. . GERNEB AND ANGXHEB V. VAN HEMEBT AN» - ' OTHERS. Mr. Downer for plaintiffs ; Mr. Vardy for defendants. This was an action to recover the sum of £311 lls. Id., balance of an account for two hogsheads two vats, presses, -and other materials, supplied by ihe plaintiffs to the. de fendants.nnder « contact, dated 1st October, 1867:— 'Adelaide, October 1. 1867.— Bought this day from Messrs. Gerner & Wilkins 500 . hnds., each guaranteed to contain not less than 50 gallons, and to be delivered in good order and condition at Port Adelaide, I paying freight from thence to Port Augusta, where Mr. .Wil kins is to attend at boiling-down establishment and re-cooper casks. On same being re-coopered, and set up in good order and condition, I hereby agree to pay Messrs. Gerner & Wilki...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT VICTOR HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

'THE GORING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT VICTOK HARBOE. Messrs. W. Everard and '?r Blyth met the electors of - Encounter Bay at Greenfield's Pprt yictbr Hotel, on Wean-»8day evening. Mr. A. F. Lindsay presided. Mr. rW. BVEBAED, who was well received, said He had little to. add to what he had already said tnat evening. A few years ago he fully ex pounded tis views upon political subjects, and those views were much about the same now, ex cept tbi i. that he should not think of resuming immigr -ition at the present time. He thought, however, that the country would soon rise out of its difficulties, and then.be woull resume immigration bo as to get labor at a reasonable rate, although he would never deter a man from gaining a higher position in the social scale.' i Respecting the Northern Territory, he said the colony must keep faith with the land order holders, and he should decidedly oppose the returning of the money watil it was defi nitely settled that it was impossible to survey the land....

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MEETING AT GOOLWA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT GOOLWA. A meeting of the electors of Encounter Bay was held on Thursday, March 12, atVarcoe's Hotel, Goolwa, to listen to the exposition of the political views of Messrs.- W. Everard and N. Blyth. Dr. Taylor, J.P., was veted to the chair, and briefly introduced the candidates for the electors' suffrages. . Mr. W. Everabd, M.P., remarked that he endeavored to serve them as diligently and faithfully as it was possible for him to do, for he had spent as many hours in the House as any other member there. He then repeated his views on the amendment of the land system, the Northern Territory question, and the immi gration question. Respecting taxation, he said he thought direct -taxation was the wisest and best system, but they were not ripe for tbis yet, and therefore he should support the ad valorem duties. With reference to the maintenance of main roads; he thought the result would be that a laadtaa: would have to be resorted to. He should oppose tolls by whoever that system...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, MARCH 6. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

POLICE COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. FBIDAY, MABCH 6. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M.1 John Landry pleaded not guilty to assault ing Catherine Read, at the Port Land Estate, on the 4th instant. There was a crossinforma tion by defendant. Catherine Read deposed that on the day named defendant came to her house complaining of the conduct of her children, and said if he found them he would beat them. ? Witness ordered him away, when he shook his fist in h» r face, and afterwards spit at her. By Mr. Dempster — He first complained of my children beating his. Mary Jane Miller saw defendant rash into Mrs. Read's house, and corroborated the previous witness's state ment. James Quin also deposed to the above facts. . John Landry deposed that he went to complain of Mrs. Read's children's conduct, and she shoved him out, and threatened to throw a jug of water at him (defendant). Fined 15s. and costs. - Monday, March. 9. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M. William Brttce appeared on the remanded charge of ap...

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MELROSE, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MELBOSE, Maech 9. ? About half-past 10 ; o'clock on Tuesday^ 3rd' March, a fire broke out close to Mr.' George Cameron's Sections; at Doughboy Creek,' and had it not been for the' timely assistance ren dered by the residents of MeJrOse and - at Mr. J. H. Angas'a stations, a considerable amount of damage would have been done. It passed through Mr. G. Cameron's cultivation paddock, ' and consumed the whole of one line offence, and part of another; -and but for the precaution which Mr. Cameron had taken after fencing: in his haystack, by ploughing several furrows on the outside,' the whole of his stock would have beeri-destroyei -After some few ho'jrs the fire was got under, but loot until it had destroyed! gome thousands of acres of grass. . In fact Mr. 8, W. Moraniadto sendone iock t-f sheep to ireeh fields and pastmpesnew.—Qn.Wednesaay, jAont 4 o'clock p.m., Mr: 'Wi liong, 'of Bargou; Came to Melrose, and reported that Jhie 'fire of the previous day 'had^rofetSi 'out' again. It is_ ...

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REPAIR OF THE SEMAPHORE-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

REPAIR OF THE SEMAPHORE ROAD. On Monday evening, March 9, a pub lic meeting was held at the Lefevre's Hotel, Lefevre's Peninsula, for the pur pose of considering means to be adopted to have the road from the Port to the Beach repaired. About 40 persons were present. On Captain Habt being voted to the chair, he pointed out that the meeting had been called in consequence of the bad state of the Semaphore rSad, and for the purpose of taking some steps to move the Central Road Board to put it in repair.' He thought they should be careful not to raise the ire of the members of the Board hy any disrespectful remarks, but to be polite and reasonable in any demands they might make, and without doubt they . would succeed. He considered- it 'Was part of the bargain, when the tolls were placed on the Port-road, that it should be kept in a proper state of repair, and he^ce'rfcainly thought the road to the beach was a portion of the main road, as the majority of those who made use of it also tra...

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McHARG'S CREEK, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

McHAB,a'S OREEE, Mabch? 10. On! Sunday,1 the SthithePrimiiive-MetTiodiBts of this place, ' held their anniversary at the McHarg'a Greek-Chapel, fJri^erwood; 'The arii niTCrsary sermon was preached by Mr. Waters, of Strathalbyn. ? On Tuesday, the I08i inst., there -was -a tea and- public meeting~presided over bv Mr. Thomas ''Wills.1 Addresses were given by the Bevs. Mr. Jenkins and Pope, of Strathalbyn. vMr.'Pope's^was a,: very impressive address upon the benefits of the Bible to all the Chrisfian family. ' Mr. Jenkins rushed ' From grave 'to ^y, from Hyely to severe.*' ? 'Dpon ihe ? whole, it \vas a yery Successful anniversary, the tea and coliebtibns' amounting : to £10 is. 4H. TheDorblogyrand'BenedicJioB closed a very pleasanfrmeetrhg. -'Votes of ^thanks -to Messrs. Jenkins and Pope, and to the iadies, &c., were carried un^pimously.-^The jmeather for the last week has been very Tiot' an4 uncomfortable. — The farmers of this part are very pleased at the action - taken by ' ...

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