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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The Colonial Revenue aacounts for 1827, ap- peared in March 1828. Those for 1828, have not yet made their appearance, though it is close upon June. T he addition to the expense of clerks in our public offices since General Darling administered the Government, it is notorious has been very great; and if the present adminlstra- tion have any thing at all to plume themselves on, it is their penmanship and arithmetic, as we have uoderatood.- -How-then is it our authorites are so long in laying the Revenue accounts before the public? The public money is a matter of'very great importance. We hope that that myvteri ous item" miscellaneous" wi ll comprehend iewer items this year, and be.composed of smaller cumos than it was last. Governor Macquarie gae e an account of every £5 he spent, and we consider it little better than an imnposition which Ma4jor Goulbourn practised on the public of New eouth Wales, when he clubbed together vast sums under unintelligible titles, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

,her pr? : lands.and the ' ' t e has . d emhanises l:te 2y Me t nn White i e s. ,Lo .... c??~or C,?curcate as mnore r a z_ internd kheep-. h o eF te e by e buotcher's s and ater ?he ito ?une- ne the r ied grosg ?o ec yi cecoufts e d for riot and passagers, per the LorvdLiteir acny ? , ancd . 'binch are daie y increasing, vrate4 for Ca1 C , They. the-Efors hereby give. notice, that 't w and after the st of June next, the ai sage to NTewcastle, will be reduced from ~. d. ao .which is to be paid. on the Barhation of each person, and the freight any goods before delivery. E SSS. ?AU beg leave to acquaint o V11the public, that they are about to dise se so, by Public Auction, at such time and ace as will be shortly announced. 'nswo thousand acres of land, e more or p ks, datc in Arg- e, being a gran.. from Sir omas brisbane, o , acot ae ano ousr thousand acres of lands at I.5iangola, Sgyle, being a purchase from the Crown, je first instalment only of which is paid. IBoth the above estates...

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COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISTER. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

YoB i D s oftitICAI "ý+oGI -. l= r t dpi~pc eW iT I tate" repots i re T SL eny this yenar, tha thea· rpens ?*r the Oain temanej'a prisoners inathe cy o ia dqon, FwS. y.ea" :811,¢ seven thousu: £e-n hnzdred an.ni-e pounds; and thiitii .ho .. }!E" t_ . oni..c ?-Cen thousand two? iedsr 2r unds; thatnli rt e e ? v :.. . c-. y .. t? ddslesX. the ec pense - in :e a .yetee t housand six huab dred and -iad a counda, and that in 1897 it Weis ...-e.:-c 1 tEaýd eight .hundred and. oe pýt a U E.., a. one gaol in Lan casahire the to alenu: jeý of persons commit :td for felony, in the year 1109, waa one hundred and eighty1eigh2, and that. the ,nunber co.mmitted to .t:e sa,.e jai for felony in -0- - Cea" sC2, aJ uine hU ndrtd and thirty-seva n, . Seuch has been, and ,s the progress o c irhne in this co~ntry, till at last, there is Eceacely anZ poor Mran that is not :looked upon .a-a probable thiAf. In order to ~bta in security for their proper"y, the land 'Iords, farmers . and others, keep nightly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

:: iur Advertising Friends are re •qi e sd to do us the favour of send Ui t? ei Saturday Advertise t?ii as sO.Q after 9 o' clock as pos ?i..be other&wise our publishing will I so ate in the evening as to give ' g eral dissatisfaction. -,: " NO7iCE. A LL. PERSONS indebted to, or having .I claims upon the Estate of the late Mr. JOHN M'B4QUEEN, are requested to for ward the same to Mr. Lang, at Nichol's Pre ::iide~, as early a possible for investigation. G. B. VINkI. I . ydny.' April Exeeutor. ST'IRAYED BULL. - TR&YED about ten months ago, as VI yGED BULL, remarkably Iorge well : made, being nearly purse bred. Colour black .boewn, with white ground.--The .' white is nearly covered with brown spots. Whoever will give notice to Mr. Bell of tkhrehant Park, so that be may be recovered SillU be thaudsomely rewarded. TUST LANDED per the THOMSON d Egh CAIROLINE, from London, and on . l; L as a. Lbe Stores of the under.ignad, a large '' vestment of well selected GOODS, e oo". *...

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THE PENENDEN HEATH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

:THE. PENENDEN HEATHi MlEETINGI The following account of the ITentish Meeting, from The New Monthly Magazine, is evidently from the pen of a great friend to Catholic Emancipation, and of course an op ponent of the Brunswickerp and the Radicals, who took a distinguished part in the pro ceedings, and to whom the public is indebted for the eloquent account of the Coe?t' of Clare Election.-(i(Morning Chro;zicle). Ae rxious to witness the great eassembly of the " Men of Kent,' of which the High Sheriff had called a meeting (having appoint ed twelvc'o'clock upon Friday, the 24th, for the immense gathering), I proceeded from Rochester to Maidstone, at an early hour. :Upon my. way, I saw the evidences of pro digious exertion to call the yeomanry to gether,. and from the summit of a hill that sa rmounts a beautiful valley near Maidstone, I beheld a long array of waggono moving slowly towards the spot. which bad been fixed by the High Sherifffor the meetintg. The morning was peculiarly fine a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

*q More mtn three weeks transpired beotothe - : 01ioltving 'answer' a?e: throOgh Mr, M'I eay's SOffices •. '" ..SaI,.i am directed by the Governor to ac .: kiowledge ~h receipt of your letter of the 12th " 'u?ithi, ddcresc? to .is E-celelency, applying for a Grant of Ltd, and to inform you, that reference •·-his been .ma to tthe report of the Land'3oard on your forme; a6 pplcation, which led to the coin tunieaticZ ?f the ah June ladt, and His Ex :,'dllency Ireretas that he can only repeat, that un, ' der the existing ` esulations which thle Govern: Sment hate fca ist nece ;ary adopt, it is not in :his power to r;lke Gn;. other comnlunicati n e'to iyou' th~a ha t wa ? ?'c' you have already ri ceived. (Sic aedCi) A xAn u M 'LEAY. TO " To :r" .' . STD helly *Thus the mattet ? t, nad thus circumstanced, ' continuing atill ?a out lettelrs at the end of ten rmontnls, and ,le ced to dispose of my personal effects to seccre myscel from present debt, I find itncessary to pa~oo these allegati...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 30, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

ST - ONI TOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, IMAY 30; 1829. We have this week to pay a .tax, to which Editors are liable, namely, by apologising to a certain public body, for our having made allegations, which on more authentic informa tion, we find were incorrect. In" our last We stated, that our. Agricultural Society .ira tented to make no Report .this year, on ac count of the deplorable state of the country, this being the third year of an afflicting drought. This information we received from a Gentleman who resides on and cul tivates his own estate, and we considered it correct, Our friend howbver, was mis informed, consequently our assertions were erroneous. We have therefore now to ex press out sorrow, :for having thus been led to impute to the Society in question, actions and motives of which they are innocent; but we trust, we -shall be exonerated'from all intentional blame; for we car assure the Society, and every other individual in the Colony, who may at any time be the subject of o...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

D2IARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUiNG WERR. VARIATIONS OP THERMOMEI'ER, & &C. CTARE;,: AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY.. yr M ? I High Water, 41 I. p..7 Morn.--8 at hight. EjI High Water, 15 m. p.8 morn-- . ? tc I High Water, 30 m. p 8 Morn.-54 m-p. 8 Nt | New Mioon, 54 m. p. 3 Morq., ] Jf Hih Water, 15 inm p. 9 Morn--37 m. p. 9 I" Aft. E.-I 4 j High Water, 10 in the Morn.-20 m. p. 10 - I , IHigh Water, 35 m. p. 10 Morn--48 m. p. 10 I High Water, 11 n. p. Ilmorw.--27 m p liNt -J I Sun rises. 6 m .p. 7--sets 54 m. p.4 . . . . . - - ..,,-, 1 FRIDAY ........ 50'70 54 S. E. Showery SATURDAY ......... 507256 N.W. iFair SUNDAY ..... * .. 5070 54.Do. Do. MoNDAY ,......... 527352Do. Do.. TUESDAY .... ... 50170 ~4 Do. Do. WEDNESDAY ...... 49 6850 Do. Do.. THURSDAY .,...... 49169I52 Do. Do.

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COBBETT'S CORN. TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Barn Elm Farm, 18th Nov. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

' ??)iBBETT ' CORN' '. L' i'T nEADRRi OF .T'tSE REOG STIC* >( Barn Elmn arm, 18th Nov. 1828.' MtRIENDS. SOn this'as great na subject,, with regard to ,th'.=p.eop lq?,fif .this cýountry .as- ever: en-.. gaged agyLind . .tongiue, or. pen, I address mnyself to 'y6u frotiL'a sense of. justice to yoiiaS %ell aiSmy's If. . Tothe'nation ;. or to the ,iuklpu ý, it .?aS called, :I, owe not so, .much as thie value;i a lump of do h "equal. in weight to one ? tl te hairs of iuua head. I owe them notbingi and, if I had been as v,indictive towards them, as' many of thtem have ,beep towards mne,1 iJId, when 1 .had made.this. discovery by~ixpeiment, have hidden the fact in my own! 6ml as?,gill treated and oppressed labourer ??s whc?n he quietly puts his foot .upon the'?.uest. of the ?hia at or tie: ridge. ,'ro OU owe a great deal; you have been the. encourag-'; ing companions of, my stundies; your faith ful adiherence : ,n'idst all th?e calunict you have had to cldure, has been a sourci of great...

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(English Continued.) COLLEGE OF PICTOU—CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND CHURCH OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

SThei Hghi Churchmen of England, and ithl hr.ethren, .the T'ories, although they havf v:wa ronioted and entorced ,every 'e **: :tele; lerane7 and perseun, on, yet the are a e. in their' "i..c...ives . in.st ' .t. Protestant.,s ' :-. pp... ,r n E; thelirt or Chire ae enl(' n n o s'i ppushing-nd extsihogf the more miod"rn n r t. n r mne' bloody persecution carried on ab` :E' ??rch of England during the re?ns of Chal . :: the S' corn" and Janues the Seconsd, a'a'"s t.he ~'cOtt, ish Pres byterians,' o e -ti,~ii'n ..II yieiki ~n Scotland, and for tcomc' gin ' o c tis 4 -nati9. to adont the if s 1 and e4fmonr-es, -*i all t.i.. * servile dogsmu asnd pr"actces of th o-HiCh Charc'2A of England. By the most 'paril istoriana of these times, and the most autihutic do('mcEuts, 'it has been shown, t ha tfw 'Hio'-lh? Pro6esta·tG -.who fell a victim to the. ·Ppisd ?imrecut=toa r the sixteenth century, m the pc d ost countriyr of England, 'there were flar" ore thann ae hun dred Scottish Protestants ...

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(Continued from page 1624.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

(Co,ttinued from page 1624.) 4 N~, . . fe t. E.lls and others. In. this ase, three . Magistrates of the county of q?. nwall applied for a criminal information ?against:the defendants, first however making an affidlvit, that they were entirely innocent of wbhat the defendants had laid to their .charge. No. 3. Rex v. Binckes. In this case, the .Attorney General had filed a criminal infor ,mation against the defendant, for having :fraudulently'negoeiated the sale of a certain l:.iition ;n the office of the Lord Keeper of His Lajesty's Privy Seal, in contravention of the 99th Geo. Ill. Now, when we read all these cases, we ocbpclude,: tat the laws are not adminis tered hero in Sydney as they ate in London; -for, in the first case, w,,ze asee the Solicitor .General of England, on behalf of a foreign Ambassador, not filing an information ex :ficio, when he conceived this high foreign functionary had been libelled.; but seeking Jitof, the Chief Justice of Elnglaud after an a'oth of .purgat...

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The following are the alleged libels. REX (AT INSTANCE OF GOVERNOR DARLING,) v. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

oolowing are the alleg c UibIS REX, . .. . . SAT INSTANCE O GO VERQU O ARING,) V. IHALL. « Suffice it to say, we consider the article, v'hich?.. mthe. military Jry 'selected by the. Governor . were pleased to pronounce libellous, a fair and just com ment on the public acts of a public man,'and of which we feel proud; and shall be complimented thereon',. when Veritas's production will be read (if ever it be . read hence) with scorn; With respect to our Crimi-. nfel Court Juries, we will here take the opportunity.' Sto observe, that, the custom used to be, to take the"' otcers of the garrisot in rotation, according to .a" course of ordei called a roaster. This was the men, thod which, for the sake of greater delicacywe msu?~ pose, former Governors adopted. But his preseint Excellency has been pleased lately to ' cross out 'tflhe names of officers on the list of Jurors, when: it-h~.r hben his. " Excellency's pleasure;" by which such'" officers sit on the Juries now-a-days, as the Gover...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

;I.CHARLEb1 YAS F R begs; toaapk { ffI:pre. his friends aiditie piblic, that: lie l~a t ai the pr' !raises' lately ooeupted byI . rrit d W hvitfiied, nNob 3S, aeonrgI ~. c be :ca are n ubrde commnx o..- S?a, . Ec c xt?d?as keep. 1.g ive ses o``a ` t> lre 7 he Li utcthers meat a- can eda wich -e daiy increasnieng ' e- lhas cnketieriv irto o t e . ors toe peinci .palgraiz n dnry -ibl vi mnts1 in the colony. a 'ill R' cntS etit E hri"m' to a share ofi their as o fro.t. N. B.--rShippin suppliedr v gith ali kinds of live stock, .copressed vly, corn, ie O:lRD f iVEROO, PACKET. ppHE ii outetanding accounts due for. IL freight and passage, per the Lord Liver pool Packet, andi which are daily increasing, make it inper'at've on the Owners to reduce the rates fr Gish. They therefore hereby give notice, that from and after' the Ist of June next, the , passage to Newcastle, witll be reduced from 32s, 63. to 30s. which is to be paid on the embarkation of each person, and th1e freight ' of any ...

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COBBETT'S CORN. To the Editor of the Morning Herald. Barn Elm Earin, 17th November, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

C QD-I3BfTT'S CORN... '' 2lithe,. Editor of thie Mnlornh Herald.. ' Barn ElInm ,a? n, /i7. lj vemluker, 1828i I till offer noapology for requesting you to insert this letter in your hpasper-;because, to do that in a case like- this,' w'ould be to infer, that you wanted, some other motive thunrthat of a desire. .to amake your :columns useful, to the public in general, and ydim' readers in particular. I shall be compelled to tresspass upon ,you to a considerale length,: but I trust, the importance of the' matter will not be found insuficient to jus.tify the space required for that which I shall think it necessaiy.to say upon it.. I am about to give, you a . statemerit of the AMOUNT OF MY CROP, and wh,ea. I have done that, to describe, as' "succinctly: as I can, the book upon this suhject,- which L.have'now nearly finished; anld, I.` do this: with a perfect assurdnce, that, though. you may'have to pay the tax upon it as an adver tisement, you will not reject the letter on that account ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

r TO JAMES 1LLS. ",:j: 0 gil infQtrn your :Fite where you b .ja.he d ;ttlbj ifh tr am i e&·b , .con:!'a :letter to you, she will commt?. ',j te 50nettiih ih i"d to .your adv antage ,u have ` atipresehý dlo cause to be air iii b1f n: ifrswardI for t iere is nothing wfat. er to fear ; but ich longer delay wil be tteinded with serious consequences. A let :ler addressed to the- care of the Editor of th, ; sydney Gazette, will be safely and honorably delivered. sydney. May 93, 1 ?99. LA TE-ti' AR1tVAL . ScN SALE, at. PETER .QUIGLEY'$l corner of Market-street, at ,reduced prices. for -readynmoney only, the fo!Iowing superior Articles'* .sSupertine black and blue:cloth ka'sliionable drab and O dordd grey surtout coats :A variety of black and blue coats, vests and trowsers 'A elegant assortment of fancy waistcoats •4,entl- e's: white super fin9 shirts 'A large quantity of:. gentlemiens. ragatta striped saiitrsof the bestf quality Supertine London hats of .the very best fai 'bric and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

JERUSALEM WAREHOUSE.. S.3 addition to the extensive stock. of good. !Z lready advertised, the undersigned has ,t rteceived p erJ'ane, a. excellent '?srt. .nent of black stuffs,. very wide,'both. twill'd and plain, also coloured stuffs `in great vani; ety, likewise ati assortmenut Of uperior-cer duroys light~col?ured.: gA few pieces:. of .whitedo. for'Gentlemen's small clothes 4A few' pieces .of.. 'dark -speckled uncut velveteens, very wide A large assortment of Witney blankets in "small packstges to' suit Settlers ior dealer: .:. The whole of these ggoods in the above Warehouse, will be sold at low prices for. asbh. Imitation .Legborn bonnets; white and . Leghor ?olouirs Veiry good at 7s. ad. . each, igood black .bonnets at 3s. -d. :each. .:... .. .. . - . AMES SIMMONS. J;;,im~m ..i'm lm m~mm .?mm = ,',? "': . .I

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HALL, ATS. REX. Ex-officio Information for libel. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

Sx-bofictS Information for libet EOWA'RD SMITsr HALL, maketh oath and saith, that in 'having publ'shei; the follow ing paragraph in his Journal, called ThIi Sydney Monitor, on the 2Snd November last, to wit, " Suffice it to say, we consider the article, which the nilitary Jury, aclected by the Governor, were pleased to pronounce libellous, a fair and just comment on the public acts of a public man, and of which we feel proud, and shall be complimented thereon, when Veritas':i production will be read (if ever it be read hence) with, scorn. With respect to our Criminal Court Juries, we will here take the opportunity to observe, that the custom used to be, to take the officers' of the garrison in rotation, according to a course of order called a roaster. This was a methord which, for the sake of greater deliccy we suppose, fjrme.r Governors adopted. But his present Ex cellency has been pleased lately to cross out names of officers on the list of Jurors, when it has been his " Ex celien...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

_ENGLISH.. MISCEJF7' The method proposedby .the ciomittee of the, iouse of Commons, to obtain subjects for dis aection, .......f. permitting the bodies of those 4who die oIc ....osi a , aud prisons, n id wi?:: x : r Id, .re uclaimed by he , t,: h:e oxe.?e to any -t jjk (` ter The at e ~L?:o1 Li`;erpo;:l is:3 aortcd to have Si"ed e. cadi?l ri· c:. o r i'oichza, hoIwever slmost always .c:::gerates) ciimnatcs his pro perty -. no less thant seven hundred thousand pounds! Ihis long tenure .of ofice, ariend his unos tentatious and simple mode of life, will lessen our surprise -t this ihnirense accumulation, if it really ex:ist. V 7c are sorry to learn, from pretty good e.u thor ty'? that the widowed Counless, whose exemplary tenderness during his protracted 1 and harrassing illness, was the admiration of 1 every one who had an opportunity of witnessing it, derives no pecuniary advantage by the Earl's ' decease, beyond the original settlement made at i the time of the marri'age. The presen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

FTiHAT old-established PUBLIC HOUSE, -~i known as the ". UNCH of G APkS," .CORNER OFP PITT AND KING-STREETS, FOR SALE, ON REASONABLE AND LIDERAL . ERtFPS. Application to be made to the Proprietor,.. Mr. W. HODGES, No. 22, Kent-street: ~? The above valuable Property is a Grant frotm the Crown. 30th MYay, 1829. AN ADVANTAGEOUS OPPORTUNITY? NOW OFFERS ITSELF TO. EMIGRANT SETTLERS. TO M )@L at M A FARM of 250 Acres, (of which 150 are already. cleared) situated at Epping, 45 miles from Sydney, with a large House, Barn, Out-houses, Orchard, and six. Paddocks, the ;vholc of which are fenced in, and well -knowtn t he beet & tate aboaut ppin;- end isc to be 1t bit aite Cid ýy. z < o - e Sterling per Annum 9 or, if Sold, to prevent trouble, the lowest Price will be "'500 Ster ling. For further particulars, apply to the Pro. prietor, 6g. Georee-otreet. PITT-STREET, Opposite Mr. Foss's, Apothecary and Dru?ggist, F A.MILIES accommodated with BOARD and LODGING, on the most mode...

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MR. FRENCH'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 May 1829

IBR. FRENCHPS SPEECH. We copy the ?allowing speech of Mr French from the Morning Herald, London News paper, because this speech expresses the feelings and opinions of all the Catholics in England, Ireland, and Scotland, with the sole exception of those who want what they call emancipation, for the purpose of getting their hands in amongst the taxes. 3 he Ca. tholic aristocracy, and the greater part of the Catholic lawyers are of this description. Mr. French has thus made his protest against them; and the Morning Herald has done him justice to make this protest public. FRIENDS OF CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. 'Yesterday evening, a monthly Meeting of ithe Members of this Society :took place, at 'the Mechanics' Institution,. Southampton buildings. Mr. Frepch having taken the chair, ad dressed the Meeting as follows:-Gentlemen, I never seat myself in this Chair, at your invitation, without feeling, however small the audience, something like a sentiment of pride, conscious as I am, that, ...

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