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AN ANNEXATION STORY. (From the Magazine portion of the Austraalian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

AN ANNEXATION STORY. (From the Magazine portion of the Austr alian Journal.) A snoTvr time ago a young gentleman nud lady, of Madison, Virginia, con cluded négociations, which had been going on for some time previously, on the subject of annexation, and the arti IIS ]tady,ïor ratification. who peremptorily refuted her consent, and declared that the annexation should, unáeí no con* tin gen cy, take place. " \ ; The parties got together afterwards, and, after deliberating maturely on the subject concluded, that, as the mother would not acknowledge the independ ence of tbg young lady, and .that she was neither de jure nor de facto sove reign and {independent, the only way to accomplish their object and consu mmate their wishes was to revolutionize, and, if possible, achieve their independence in that way. Accordingly they procured a suitable conveyance and set off with ali speed to the city.pf Washington. Arriving at the village of Centreville, accompanied by a female,they stopped atan...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Indulgences to Prisoners of the Crown. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 May 1846

\l ^^cunïstau^es appearing to requirirç£f reyisicjü of tlxo ^r^ól^tioií* «oder iwbiöti>; ticket^ of lea,fe and conditional pardons aret now granted to prisoners of tie cro^; in íhis íoíótty* his Èxcelïencr the Governor : > is pleased to direct tbat the following mor edifications be adopted in,these regulation*, from the dat«« hereof.:-1 Without refer: ence to the periods fixed hy all former re,: gulations any prisoner of tbu v<;rowo wop itiay have served thrfe entire years without punishment, and without any record of mis: ; conduct being nia^jte against him, may ap: i p\y in the usual manner for a ticket of leave ; and if on the investigation of his case he appear to be fJeservjng of the in dulgence, and no le£Al or other impedi: ment exist to his, teceivjng; it,, a ticket of leave will be granted to him, and will re: main in force during the Governor's plea: sure. % In 1 ike.mailner>,;apy person who may have held a ticket of leave with coo: tiniied good conduct...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 8. Before their Honors the three Judges, CARRINGTGN v. COFFEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

StJPßEMK COURT. FRIDAY. NAT 8. Before their Houors the three Jüdge*. CÄTtRINBTGN ?.'COFFEY. This was an action of trover, in which the plaintiff, who was an infant, ap* f peared by her next friend* and sought to recover a pianoforte. The plea to this action was ihat the plaint iff was in debted io the defendant, and left the pianoforte in question as a security for the payment, which paymeut had toot been mada. To this the plaintiff had re plied by denying that any agreement liad ever been made for the deposit t>f Äe tnoàovïfijrmà. ^ 1 lie replication liad been demurredifr upon the ground that diere was po coir, fission and avoidance pf the debt* «lid thal the only part of the plea which had been traversed was that which related tn the agreement for depositing arte?» curtly the article alleged to have been converted» Tlie defendant had joined in demurrer and objected to the plea as admitting a conversion & totting off, an answer to the action* which eottstî* tuted no lega...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

theand tusiomers,i he has commenced Business agate in 1 praia street, heit door to the Prenti isteljr occupied by AI r George Seyen with a large assortment of CíOODs, < fisting of Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Ci mal Tweeds, fancy, Plain and Bine Fîgiî Salins for Waïstcoaiîng, all of which will HAKE-up CHEAP FOB CASH. J Gr. returns his thanks to his nun ous Friends and Customers who have liberally patronised hint these fire ye past, and hopes that by making it hts st« to gire ñrat rate t materiel, good Cut, a good,soaud Workmanship, to merit a c tinuance of their favors and support, Windsor, 19th May TO LET, with immediate , possession well established PUBLIC HOUá distent about seven mifèè from VVindsi where a good t rade is carried on There is a Garden and a large quantity Land attached. For terms, apply to Mr BEÖDEK, Solicite Windsor, (if by letter post-paid,) May 13_ TO be LET or SOLD, the " Plough ai Harrow Inn" situated at M'Grat h Hill, on the Windsor Road.--For partie ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

0^hé^cft>fwornsVe lo^e A» £ ^h*t Row it nourishesit Ve uearM . CeW,»^[.eoW raù*tjh!« app^tr. That has never shared a part " /orwoniie^lbTel * Wi* nleaàW te the motVr.nft>§ $ ^psjtWedom ^ Tí>epfle.nní»»?«of mtnv, . k Ànithe resting ©lace of all, ls woman's lore ! ifi« the ¿em of beauty^ birth ; £ It competes with joys above ; ^ What were angels upon earth, - If without woman's love ? Sweet woman's love.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AN ANNEXATION STORY. (CONCLUDED) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

AN "ANNEXATION ST JR y. (éÓNCLÜbiÍD) u Very well».^STo>f'mark'm^. fte ; threatened to kill you, I heard him make the threat. AU you have to do re to apply for a v^arràntand bind him over to keep the pear?., He _boi% ia * stranger in tins peare/ul little village of ^Centreville, nobody will tfQ bis bait; and the consequence be, lie must tro to gaor,* and then what will hlndt*r iou from securing your prize ànd^rôçèeciîng *to Washington, «»-here you can be an- j net rd. We are all for annexation here 1 nud. * When both parties are Willing,! | jlüii't see v*líaf fight Gieat Britain, Mex: ! ?leo, or èTn y body* else has to interfere*' pe, joy, and gratitude all rose in tlie young man's bosom, and off lie sped j vto the% distraie, who, ur;on rhe test! - j mont ¿ffil* friend,Issued the warrant, i whicVbeiñg'placei in Hie hands of the tenn constable, tie iß rsl I hing the bro ther knew was, i hat he was tn limbo. Whilst the trial was goínronche ft ¡end *who had'left Word wiib the magistr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

J^^lâLEirt T. Gurney* frit farln^ :J*\P Establishment, corner of Georgtina v ' New »treeis. beat Mutton by the eft case at 4?. ; forequarter at *Is, and hind- * darter fot ls 3d. faâylS. ,"..-,.--;-;r-. GENERAL GROCERY STORR. THE encreasing kínd-iess of àh iodulgi eat Public haring made it imperative > on the Undersigned TO ENLARGE HIS LÍTTLE STORR, to enable him to famish a mote extensive and vatted STÜCK to meet the demand» Of his generous friends,-he feels he would be justly chargeable with ingratitude did he fali to avail himself of this occasion to fender his rnost grateful sckuOwledgmenfs . för the patronage he has been'favofed with sinëe his commencèraentrin 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 atty Shop in j VVindaor. - j ÍWÜndérísigrted 'will refrain from men» t io ni II g piicês, as it will readilyc ocur to a discerning Public that the value of an a...

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A SUMMARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

A SUMM 1 Rt OF*THE PftOCERDIXÖ* OF TfíIi LSGbLATIVK COUNCIL, Blfcdfi <SüR LAST PVtLXCÀVÏOIÎ. 'After his Excellency's «peech was read , by the >p«akefto the council on the day it was delivered, the house adjourned ti l next dáy, wheH an address of a milk aod water description was voted bv the council ¡o rnlpwer t<> the speech, ind which was ^intended by a few bf the honorable mero bers-ampnçBt wTiom We might enumerate Mr, W $k Wentworth, the southern "island of New Zealand purchaser, or dis appointed aspirant for a kingdom-to be y m salvo fdr ntl the good which hts Excellency effected for^the "colony during the period of eight years which he has been ifs res pected ruler. This ad d res9 was presented by a deputation of fifteen members on the . following Friday, to which his Excellency / returned a short "and co-Id repl v-^r ind 3«ch * one as it merited On iFhnrsiay Mr. fito binson presented a petition from Mr. Bat cher, clerk of petty sessions at Melbourne...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 May 1846

¡IA*.Y_^U.; -vi ctioo ^>f dhttßßM UiM bive filpre^ ¡Bite j^eers, we caonot but deplore the,sad result »sit afreets the inbabitaots of rthe entire HaWkesoury district. It is not hythe com ' mission of a single ¿Vt»hut by a combination *"4f' crVcumstsnces ¿Sat haire 'tended very vinaterially te têtard our p&gresa, that tbrow into tba shade all our attempts to maintalnthe position which we lately held ? .# JtrfTolirn an^ District for respectability jTodl- prosperity-second to nona tn the ~. f ÄmopgV the causea bf eur decline we submit ai mosi j^rominint, «ie following '^st;^fbe r&o¥«t thé ?öurt of Quartet SesMoftsV and :iis . results as they affect the entire Hawkesbury district ie a 'pecuniary light.-f-2ndly-*The breaking up ttn^alof t.h> whole of iS«^fB6f^-^thly .^nvri'ni'ojrai from ojiir'tn^ulsnd ^strict of some pf the rnoit valnable of its long.* resident inhabitants^from whom we may aelect Mr. George Seymoór, the Govern; teeni Contractor and Auctioneer^ inost...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

, tatt tte froX* ^?«^|^^ it $ proJba|l» Itwifi appeal: ôn, peit^e^tó^' Hawkesbury 4 .Çourier»*,. " We return thanks to our ter* respondent for lus Trlefidly intentions towards ourselves andiwe shall feel plea sure lu following his advice.

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

SECOND DAY. fhe Squatter's Purse of 50 sors.» with a sweepsrakes of 3 sovs. each added for all horses carrying the Same weights at for the Welter Stakes. Heats twice rouud the course. Gentlemen riders ; to be introduced by a member of the Jockey Club« 2 sovs. entrance Won by Emerald, beating Petrel. Jumbuck* Blue Bonnet, Lottery,British Farmer and Kauri Gum. This was the only race of the day Two private matches came off the particulars of Wich would not inter est your readers. In our fourth, page the reader will find amongst the Legislative Council news, a notice of motion from Mr. Orant fot^tbe 5th June to move for the appointment of a select committee to Inquire, into the ebal mine monopoly of the Australian Company with a view of inducing the Government to Uceóme the purchaser of the same during the continuance of the company's charter* &c. The honorable member has ap parently commenced hit legislative career with a view to pecuniary emolument either do hil own account or...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier: [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier: j , Sir*-lt has been suggested and satis factorily concluded- »nd I have therefore thought proper fpardon my presumption) ffto direct thiough the medium ^if your valuable JP*0erT, public attention to the ^proposal, íhat * Public Meeting should be^ Aeld-^af an earfy date-in Windsor, ail the Court House or some other continent place« for the purpose of considering the practicability or impracticability of the proposed, Railway from the Metropslis (through Windsor. fThef£ haye beep meet.* in gs at Goulburn and Bathurst on the sub.* ject, and surety we should have one here I feel confident that until, some such step \ a's this, is taken the people , of Windsor (being you know very bashful) will feel aa insurmountable diffidence at taking shares in the Company ; and sùch being their ; disposition (whether by nature or habit I leave you to infer). I think, and J. am not "singular, that the only means to arouse their, apathy is through the commandin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

f Ï10 LET, with immediate possession, a J. ^ well established PUBLIC-HOUSE, distant about.seven miles from Windsor, where a good trade js carried on. v There is. a Garden and a large quantity of Land.attached. ... Forterms, apply to Mr BEDDER, Solicitor, Windsor» (if by letter post-paid,) May 13. IWO be LET or SOLD, the " Plough and ^JSb Harrow Inn** situated at MGrath's Hill, on the Windsor Road.-For particu le sa pp) y to C. SOMMERS. May 13 apply to Mr. BfiD»f*. May 13. , vpmi 1MMEDÍATß POSSESSIO*, , {HHOSE excellent Premises at the ept , J, ner of George and Fitzgerald siregts Windsor, (lately in the occupation of ,Mr fhoras¿ Mc*DbjbeTi, Storelkeeper,) bl|t fbi merl j in tte possession of Majantes Mountford, Chemist and Druggist, arid well known as " The Windsor Medical Repository.** r An extensive and lucrative^ trade Jbas been carried on Ku these Premises, which may yet be done by any enterprising Ca: pitalist. j ^ . . ALSO, . . [Iii Macquarie street, Windsor, the Pre* 'mises f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

TfïE Undersigned has been instruct! ed by Clark Irving, Esq. Official assignee, to receive ail debts due to his Estate*; he, therefore requests the same may beirtímedietely paid to li ¡rm, _ THÓMAS Mc'JÓONELt. Windsor, Aprils, 1346._ r|lO BE LE?T, in theTown of Wind m. gbr, a comfortable Dwelling ftonse, situate in George 'street, con taining ten good-sfeed Rooms, detached Kitchen, stabling, out-houses, &c. com plete, with every convenience, and is adapted either for a private residence or a place of business, ¿ímmedi ate pos session can be given¿ Rerît mode ra'e. ^pty to A.G.PAN*o»,fesq.i Windsor or to J. Betts, Es^Syáney, Windsor, April ÜCJÍTON \ küTTOÑ i MITTON I ÔïfSÀLÊat T, *Gtifiiey's Bufcheríngr ÉstabÍishtóent» corner of George and IN cw a|reef"s. heat Mutton by the car case at 4§. ; fore quàrtër at ls, and hind huarter foi ls Sd. May 13._ . NOTICE. , Mr Robert Johnston SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBVIC, À tri) COMMISSIONER OF THE SUPREME COURT. HAS Removed his Office from Geo...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

MüLTÜM 1Ñ £ ARVÖ< . Winter has set in vigorously at Pori Phillip,and snow has fallen within thirty miles of Melbourne. The separation question has made great progress, and the adjustment oí the future boundaries of the " Colony bf Port Phillip/' ii under the consider ation of the colonial Government. Mr. Langland?, of the Port Phillip Foundry is at present engaged in the manufacture of a steam engine of six ti or se power, for the colonial trade. A huge boiler, capable of holding Upwards )oî twelve hundred gallons, intended for soap boiling purposes is also in course bf .manufacture at the same establish ment. Several squatters in thé Port Phillip district ¿re determined to set themselves «own in the Leichardt country; In the eon ree of the year many] flocks and herds will (ind their way to that land of "promise. The electors of Port Phillip ix% Very' *. wroth?rw1flT'^r- Nicholson/ (the new Speaker) for making his electWn to the jL^islativettôuncil the " stépping-stone to...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1846. HOMEBUSH RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

'MÍÍY COMER,'1 '?V ' mssassssssmsm THURSDAY, MAY 28« 184Ö. . HOMEBUSH RACES; (raoM ouu O%N COHRESPONDENÏ.) According to previous announcement 'on your interesting '" Courier," these Haces commenced to-day ( Wednesday,) and were numerously and fashionably attended by the inhabitants of Sydney, "Windsor, . and the surrounding districts. At an early hour crowds assembled on vthe course, as it was understood that J* Petrel/* would be seen in training trim0 bèfore breakfast 'time, but her at tendants, it was supposed* were rather ** spooney** after the previous night, consequently shè was hot " shown" till ll o'clock . : Petrel" is the recentlyVimported .English hunter, just brought over from Van firemen's Land and Fort Phillip, (at which places her performances were successful, having beaten '*. Validyke*' and other celebrated horses,) to take the " shine" out of old " strong wind** f<Jorrocks,) and otír other Australian ra The first race was for the Metropolitan Maiden Plate...

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A SUMMARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, (SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 May 1846

* <imcB óua/ pikt TOBÎICATION.) u ^^^¿t^;thé;:iiéy Speaker was in- : irodawd^o tis ExciïUeôcy, when lie wat j rpleajedWiànetioii tbe appointment. ] The Colonial Secj^tary Wdoójthe table j a despatch from Lord Stanley befog aa an swer to an address 'ot%e Council to the Home Government relative to the occupa: ibo of crown lands iñ the colony «, jand a / despatch having reference ¿o Mr, Hope's | bili for regulating the sale bf land in the colony, accompanied with m copy -of the ¡ 'said bill. These.documents were ordered] Ho be printed, trust, that whatever * views or opinions Mr. Hope may entertain 1 in his Bill for the regulation of the sale of J crown. lands in this colony,-*-his Excel.- j lency-¿who has its best interests at Jieart-will exert Vis powerful influence When he reaches home, that the oresent Upset price of crown land may be confider ably reduceoVr-if to the American standard so^uiuch £he better,--and that' by So doing *hi¿ Excellency wilt entertain no misgiv i...

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GOVERNMENT-HOUSE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

GOVERM1&ENT-HOÜSE BALL. We are enabled to say, that the as, sembiy was much more numerous, and if possible, more elegant, than\ on any previous occasion. Indeed, if there was à fault, it was that the rooms, spacious as they are, were almost too crowded. The speeches were also, more effective than usual. His Excellency, jn proposing the health of her Majesty, apologised for having to make his " last speech9" a third timé, suggesting that perhaps some persons thought he had spoken on too many anniversaries ; but the assembly having ananimously decided this point tn the negative, his Excellency went on to say " that there was one at least who held that opinion-that hts decayed frame, and tremulous voice, which he could with pain only make audible, con vinced bini that he hâd spent too many years among them. But whatever apo« logy was due to them on his own be half, lie felt rio difficulty in proposing to them the health of thc gracious M ¡sires whom fte represented, which he tr...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

By the arrival of thé Rifleman, Cap« ^ain Bammaclc, from the Downs /ester day at Sydney, weTiave English News to the 24th January. On the previous day her Majesty-accompanied by her ¡royal Cbiisori Prince "Albert-opened Parliament, with a most satisfactory and gracious Speech, (the whole of which, together Wh ancnüless variety bf inter« >sting Énglish and Foreign News will be found in the last Number of the Âtf~ ^ififÁfiAN^and its accompanying Sup plement.) 'Her Majesty has alluded lo the Ore^uniquesti >n» and has express« fd a strong hope « f its final peaceful set tlement« Th» failure of the potatoe crop «-pafficulaily in Ireland-has occupied *. good portion of the Sf)eceh,wlth a de sire ftetiin>lreitpre^ed: by ^^^stijr "that retie wed exertions mighi be put'forth fer the further relief of the starving pebr of that country* The Cofit Laws will not be wholly abolished before three years/ but-great reductions-calcified *o give reiief^will in the mean time be Affected:

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