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THE UNFORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

' wo^hfpped their father, taking delight in imthin| io much as in doing what he wish . : "Nad. Wilson waa not wy wlse^ior learned, yet with unerring instinct he thought that ' his children would be governed more, per« ^ctíy and with, inore wholesome effect, unaer Sjdominion of love |hanf that of ^*kt$W0'$ii waaJMeed a happyfamily. v\^%tóté.We*cttbil.pleasure, obedience and^ Äith (faith io each other) went hand "in * hand« Wilson %as .weli-sitnated for#pass ! lug hts life comfortably-his garden being T just far enough out of London to-render in convenient his miiing in the squalid pro . * fiigatîës of to wn (had lie been so inclined ;) and yet he was not so entirely in the coun try as to harden Min into the robust cal : lousness and fices pf village life, lie could just hear enough of the " stir of the great 4 City.** to interest 'him in lt. and to keep j hiajfaculties alive andiajarake to the value \ * of his own qtiet, and to the unaffected j : caresses of his dear wife and childre...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

VARIETIES. TÊE FORX AND THE Polftiro -Phasm is ooe of the most amiable and accommo dating creatures! in the world « but, then, there is a limit to amibility itself, as a par son found the other d*\, who was one of Phasm's nearest néighboürs at the table of a7public house in this city The individual for lèverai days had been so constantly in the habit of tr oubling Phasm instead of the waiters for 1 this, that ind the other "arti cle on tba tabla, that the latter began to feel v* wolfy," and not only . about the head and ¿bou Ide rs' büt all over, and was ready for almost any kind of flare np with his foe A ti opportunity finally offered TU trouble yob,'* said Phasm's tormentor, at the same time giving hjs fork^( to stick my fork into that fcotatoe * 'No trouble at all ¿ir' says Phasm,' plunging 'hi» folk into the potitos and leafing it sticking "there. 'Til trouble you for my fork now, sir, if yóQ please.' * No trouble at all/ replied Phasm piiTrrag the fork out of the potatoe and r...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

? ThlpbAY, APRIL 30, Îffî. LAST ,w<*ek Va received a lensby fömiiito« 'uicaJo% from a correspondent who sig|s;.. limself #%Qui2r giving an account óf 1 Jlhe proeeetlings wlrjch took place in St. ^Matfliew* tlrurcli on Mo|d# "week, « lien the accounts Tor the previous year ?were closed and a new C'hu^hwaÄlein 4 appointed. W«%ourd have no o%c fon to give publicity to the com mu ni cat iori, had not ** Quiz" made an unwarrantable at tack on tbe nèwîy-appôin^d Clmrchwar den, for wl at mo ive we"cannot divine. lt ia true, Townsman does nor ex hibit his handsome person in our s (ree* s seated in his curricle or landaulet, his ^ fin gip covered wjtji 'jewelled rings and ' his vest composed* of the finest Genoa velvet, ornamented with basket buttons In 'filagree and a shining l^áTéh%uard--tfce only test of a gentleman in the eyes of *Ôme short-sighted empîy*bramed dandy %t * The new Chttrchwarden is a man of commofli* sense %nd ^common ho nesty, who will not wear what h|%annrot a...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

MUÍ TUM IN PARVO. I Mr. T. W. Bowden il erecting a su gar refinery at the corner of Liverpool and Pitt streets, Sydney. An itinerent lollypop vender and gin gerbread btker, of Sydney, hearing of ¡ 'the red uceci fares of thé steamers to the 'Hunter River, (&s in the cabin ls in the steerage,) raised the wind, furnished out a tray in a superior, manner, £ut on his very best44 toggery," ind look a " cabin passage" to Maitland. His appearance, his enticements, the decided respectabi lity of his passage, created excitement, %nd in a day or two 'the purveyor of sweetmeats returned to Sydney with his ?pockets well lined with the 44 Queen's pictures/' every one being anxious to taste the " sweets** lo beautifully çot up 'bf the respectable " confissieur/ for which they paid treble the usual price* chaifed elsewhere, and the lucky fellow lias since his return iel up business in a neat'tittle shop on hil own account. This ii ohe instance of thef ft vantage of . cheap trávelljng. v §1...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. APRIL 28. Before L. D. Whitaker & J. L Scarville, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

WîJSfDSÔR POLICE REPÖRTV ] APBIL 28. I' Before L. Ö. Whitaker & J. L Scarrille, Esq rs. \ Edward Wal mesley-was chargée! with keeping and workiug a Still ol about 30 gallcm* contents, lie (he said Edward Walmsley''not. having a license to work the said st JL " The defendant pleaded-not guilty. Mr. Lawson wasretained for the pro secution ; and Messrs» Lambton and -Johnston for the defence. SergeantIlljisXmounted police,) be* iüg sworn deposed--that he was on duty in company v*i||i ^rnc^rgEvahs, on Saturday, the iStli Âpril^ Wthe neighs l)ourhood of the North Rocks, near Cattai Creek, about four o'clock in the afternoon, imjà jpiprved a cave da de* Tendantes land,Gilbut 7 milesj from ^Windsor l|p#itered it, and safó ä Mit (now produced) and tile fol io wiûg arti cles : a tin .-caty the still head ina bar tel willi some water, % ïu net, spàde,à picl#ixe,a bag an d a hall bf sugar and sofáé ^othèr things i t%ere was afire under thé still| lie also ob served soin e do ugh ar.d fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

$MrIE encreasing kindness of an indul JU ent Public haring made it Imperati« "on the Undersigned TO ENLARGE HIS Ï-ITTLE STOR1 to%uable him to furnish a more éfcteusû and varied STOCK to meet the demam of his generous friends«-^he feels he tvqii! be justly chargeable With ingratitude d he fail td avail himself of this occasion 1 tender his most grateful ackuowledgmen tor the patronage he has been favored wit 'since his commencement in business. The Undersigned begs to assure h friends and the Public, that it will ev< be his anxious endeavour to supply firs rate GOODS quite as low as any Shop i Windaor. The Undersigned will refrain from mei tioning prices, as it will readilyc ocur to . discerning Public that the value of an ai tide can only be ascertained by its inspe< tion ; he will therefore merely observ hat his calicos commence as low as 3( per yard, and every other article (qualit Considered) equally low. Teas-first quality in the market. Sugars and spices o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

WHEREAS my Wife, Mary Allen, ha* absconded from my house, the Green Gate .Parramatta Hoad, without any pro¿ vocation from me,--I hereby caution tba Public not, to give her credit on my ac* count, as 1 will pay no debts she may contract from this date } and any person or persons harbouring her after this notice will be proceeded against as the LaW directs. JOHN ALLEN. Green Gate» Parramatta Road Aprtl26.

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THE UNFORTUNATE. (concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

ItwouiabeiavaiDtoettemptii^^crip. 'lion If Ilia wretched lioarf ,^i>sfc|; bf and hts w(fe in the interval which elapsed between this period and the time of his trial, The^madnWs of his utter despair perhaps was les? intolerable %an *he sickening agitation produced inlier «Sind bj the air ' built hopes she dared to entertain in weary ' succeBslon,and Were only born to be stricken back into nothing. *Thïf >as ¿indeed a ghastly and withering conflict. *The poor woman, alter enduring it for three weeks, could not ^e/fasily Recognised by'lier old acquaintances. There "were Re traces left of the happy, bustling wife. She hioved silently amongst her children ; her face ' was emaciated and hectic ; and her eyes were red with the constant swell of tears It was a mighty change. The day of trial at length came on. Wilson was found guilty, and sentence of death was passed upon him. The laws in r their justice (query4 tn/ttsiic«)'" condemned him to be hanged, and the laws in their justice,...

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NATIONAL DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

NATIONAL DÉPÉÑCISS. fha recent experiments with a one grin battery (says ihe Britannia pf the*§th Dec') in the Woolwich Marshes, recommended to be made by a board of officers appointed to consider and suggest the best mode of constructing defences for the coast of Great Britain haring been completed, abd ihe result having been highly satisfactory batteries on the same priaciple $111 be erected at Sheerness, Portsmouth, fly mouth, Pémbrolre, arid other places on the coasts of the island. A great number of traversing platforms, sixteen feet I brig, to be fixed by pivots to the masonry of the embrasures are in progress of construction at the Royal ârseuâl at Woolwich ; and some idea might be formed of the work now performed in the carriage department, when it is stated that about 5 or 6 years ago, only about 100 hands were employ* ed in that branch and that there are now between 350 and 360 men employed, aided by roany new improvements in machinery, equal to the work of a great number ...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

FRANCE. Tho iutelligence from Algiers has crea ted a strong feeling of disappointment throughout all France. The ministerial journals, in fact, admit that the war has lately assumed an entirely new aspect.and that Algeria hes to be re conquered. This is a pleasant prospect after fifteen year s occupation with an army of 100,000 men ^^^^peilttoû about to sail for Ä|ad*» gasear, to make Var on the great Emperor ef Morocco, will terminate quite as disas trously; for France I This expedition i* composed ojf no less than fire frigates under the Command <*f General Dnvivier, {tlfe scarlet breeched de Join ville being afraid to visit his .« sabred person" a second time amongst the nobie, brave, but half civilived M oofs, who gave their deadly foes the French a ** peppering"* during their last * expedition.* , .... GALLOPING M¿TCH AGAINSV TikeOh Thursday a galloping match against time for a stake of £800 came off on Sunbury Common, Mr. Cannon; a farmer bf Maiden head, having back...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

biSPfctfSAUY FOil THE FOO il ONLY. -?v..' DR. BELL will give gratuitous adz vice and medicine to any poor per* sons in the District bringing with them a recommendation from any respectable Householder in the town or Settler itt the district. Days of attendance-Tuesdays and Fridays, from9 to ll a. m. Windsor,21st April. £5 REWARD " STOLEN from Craig- House, Addy'* Swamp, in the neighbourhood of Wilberforce, on Saturday night last, one Hive of Bees, The above Reward will be paid for such information as will lead to the discovery of the offender« JAMES BRAND, Wilberforce, April 22 Edited, Printed» and Published by G. A; EAGABJ George street, Windsor, ¿y

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, MAY V, 1846. MOST IMPORTANT! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 May 1846

I8T Mil i WE are highly gratified at being enabled; to gîvè publicity to the following most im.* ? portant Oovernment Notice from the Ga zette of Tuesday last. It will, no doubt, have the immediate effect of infusing hap piness into man}' a lacerated bosom, and will afford comfort and consolation to nu merous families and individuals throughout the length and breadth of the land, and cause the name of his Excellency sir George' "Gipps to belong-very long revered í *' Circumstances appearing to require a revision of the regulations under which a tickets of leave and conditional pardons are now granted to prisoners of the crown in this colony, his Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct that the following mo: di fi cations be adopted in these regulations, from the date hereof:-i Without refer: e»ce to the periods fixed by all former re: gulations. any prisoner of the crown who may: have served three entire years without punishment, and without any record of mis: 'conduct being ma...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 9. Regina v. Henry Hudson [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

SATURDAY, APítIL 9. Regina v# Henry Hudson r. The Informer in the above case brought a similar charge against Mr Henry Hudson, the proprietor of the above coach, when the Bench refused to entertain the case, and it was consequently dismissed*

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WINDSOR POLICE. THURSDAY, MAY 7. Before W. Cox, L. D. Whitaker & J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. Regina v. Joseph Hudson. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

WINDSOR POLICE. < THURSDAY, MAY 7. v ¿ 1 Before^. Cox, L i>. Whitaker &Í. L. Scarville, Ejsqrs. Heg i na v. Joseph Hudson. On account of a Tall Bench having as sembled < for the ^purpose of revising the Klactoral Lists, and not having many names , to read over, this case was .¿ailed on at the request of the Solicitor for the defend ant. -, ..... ..... . v. . * L The information set forth that the de fendant being the dtiver of a certain stage ^carriage named the, Native,,*' licensed to convey passengers,did on the 19th of April, »ouvey a greater number of passengers than hi» was allowed by suc^ license to carry. Mr. Lambton on the part of the defend* atH, pleaded not guilty. < ^ v. . The first witness, called was Mr ..Samuel ; CaHaiyay, who deposed-that he produced a Certified copy of a license JOT a certain j » stage carriage called the Native, licensed \ to run between Sydney, Windsor, Penrith \ and Parramatta. , y , . Mr, Lambton here o...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

THüR8ipjri MÁY Ür * Wm »ra indebted to tba activity of tfie Con: ductora of the AUSTS&LUN for being ena bled to furnish our readers, this week» with the following Speech, delivered by his Ex: cellency the govern or on opening^ the fourth Session^ pf 'Ihe Representative Le , gislatjve Council, at one o'clock on Tuesday last. This«-with a great variety of other T interesting fiewl-rwas communicated in a .econd (or country ) Edition of the AVSTB A UAN in two hours after the Council was 1 closed on that day, and is a convincing proof \ (if such were required) of the desire of the ' Conductors, that their numerous country readers ahoulo^toarticipate in the aaVanta: gea of the earliest ue ws* nearly .two days before any, of the other Colonial Journals could furnish it, ind that, too, it must pe recollected, prior to the introduction of «team into the colony ! Tbis.no doubt, will be duly appreciated and acknowledged by the increasing patronage which this in va: luable Journal will ...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. MAY SITTINGS—1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

" -a . "H- ' ». ? ? ' ' ..I,, .... ... A , ? PCHJRT OF REQUESTS. « 3 . ' -, ? : Xi ? ... . ll AY SITTINGS-1846. Windred v. Sullivan-This was an action brought by Joseph Windred,butcher against \ Timothy Sullivan, a constable, to reeover the sn to. of £2 ICK* cash .paid for a co w sold, which cow turned out not tobeloingtb tho defendant .the latter pleaded 1st. that he was not indebted ; ami 2 ¡div, that th^ riUiutiif volunteered to find the cow ia question, and tio|: give, h m any further trouble than receiving the money. lt appeared that a few weeks ago Mr, ? Windred was out at Clarendon, where he saw a fat cow which he thonghtwould suit his shop, and which he was informed be-, .longed to the defendant. >The plaintiff offered to buy the.cow from, the defendant, which the latter agreed to stating, that the cow described to him by Windred was* really his. . The plaintiff paid the price of the cow to defendant a nd then went out to Clarendon to get it. The, cow afterward* turned ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

NOTICE. ïniheCourltynëqùèth. Whitaker T. Hill. TObe Sold by Public,Auction, on Sa turday next the l$th Mar. at lb o'clock, at Hr.- William OnusVL'amb Inn, Richmond, ONE CREAM COLOaßD HORSE. JETawkey^u Fisher Guest e. same Birdieu same On the same day (Saturday, the lBth inst") at 12 o'clock, on the Premises at North Richmond, known bv the name of the "Terrace Vineyard,** One sofa and mattrass, cevdtr "table ami . cover Two small tables, four chairs Two bedsteadfe/mattrasses & bedding .Clock, knives and forks . ^Glass* crockery ware and cooking utensils 10,000 shingles.a cultivator and one small do, a dray frame Two trench ploughs, oue hydraulic pump ; with pipes One sow pig and one barrow db One pipe one hogshead Two working bullocks, cart aud plough harness 'One horse cart One water cask With brass cock One pickling tub, seven fermenting vara Ode superior WINE PRESS, (screw power) with horse-hair cloths Five iron crow-bars for planting Vince One Marquee Quantity of hoes, pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

WHEREAS m>,W,ife, Mary Allen, ha¿ absconded from roy house, 1 he Green Gate. Par*amatta\ hoad, without any pro vocation from me,-I hereby caution the Public not to give her credit on roy ac: connUas.l will pay no debts she maw contract from this date,; and any person or persons harbouring her after this notice will be proceeded ageinst as the Law directs* JOHN ALLEN. ... Green Gate, Parramatta Road April 26 - ? DISPENSARY FOR THE POOR ONLY. DR. BELL willgive gratuitous ad: ¿ice ¿ind mëaicine to any poor per» sons in the District bringing* with them a recommendation from any respectable Householder in the Town or Settler in the d [strict, t Days of attendance-Tuesdays and rldays, fronV9 to ll a. m. Windsor,2lst April. ~ £5 REWARD ~ STOLEN from Craig House, Addy's Swamp, in the neighbourhood of Wilberforce, on Saturday night last« one Hive of Bees. <Tjie above Reward will be paid for such information as will lead to the discovery of the oftener. JAMES BRAND. Edited, Prin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

THE encreasiog kindness eat Public having made it impera cm the TJndereijg&ed TO ENLARGE HIS LÎTTLE STORE to enable'him^to furnish a more extensive and verted STOCK to meet the demands of bis géberóus friends.-he feels he would be justly chargeable with ' ingratitude did he fail tb avail himself xof this occasion to fender his indst grateful acknowledgments Mor the patronage he has been favored with 'Vince his,commencement in business. The Undersigned begs to assure his Friends and the Public, that it will ever be his anxious endeavour to supply first rate GOODS quite as low as any Shop in Windsor, The Undersigned will refrain from men tioning prices, as it Will readilycócur to a H disceining Public that the Value of an ar ticle can only be ascertained by its i os pee: tion ; be Will therefore merely observe that his calicos commence ss low as 3d. per yard, and every other article (quality considered) equally low. Teas-first quality in the market. Sugars and spices of the ve...

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RECOLLECTIONS. (BY THE HON MRS NORTON) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

wiiw3ntittó^yA»rf iopg 8»stw? pia>nd together? , . ¿ , . Di> you remember »ll tue old from! faces That gètîwlTd found the hearth in wintry weather ? . , ' , . Bo.|^|tte)n;ter i1l the happy meetings , In sumnllf^Tetiiügs^bund the open-door * Kind looks, kindhearts, kind words and tendergreetings, ;__v'. , . And clasping hands whdse pulses beat no ' more l },.., .. , . . . 00 you remember them ? . Doyou íemen]iber#ll the merry laughter » The voices round the swing in our old The dog that when we ran still followed after ; . ,v » . , The teasing frolic sure of «peedy pardon We were but children then, young happy creatures* j And hardly |new how much we had to lose, But now the dreamlike memory of those , features Comes back and bids thy darkn'd spirit muse ; {. -; _ ,?i * * Do you remember them ? ^Do you remember when we first^departed From all the old companions who were round tis, .;.",, " ... . . ( Hîow.^ery soon again we grew light-hearted ' And talkM with smiles of all the l...

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