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CALIFORNIA, AUSTRALIA, AND LYNCH LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

CALIFORNIA, AUSTRALIA; AND LYNCH LAW. Y It \$ of tho very first importnnco that n friendly feeling should bo cherished between the 'inhabit-, nuts of theso colonies and their Trans-Pacific brethren of tho great American Republic, mid wo would bo amongst tho last of those whose voca tion it is to lead, direct, or follow public opinion to cast tho seeds of dissension between them. For one reason that can bo urged in favor of a con dition of national antipathy and enmity, a thousand, can be adduced why Australians and Californians should continue on ? the very best terms with each other. Sprung from tho same parent stock, speaking tho same language, pro fessing the same religion, and destined alike to sprend around them the blessings of social and political prosperity,- it is difficult to conceive, un less on the supposition that hostility is an- innate .principle - in* -man's . nature, .what reasonable grounds of contention can exist between them. The people of these colon ies have a ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1852. COMMUTATION OF SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

?TilKJimURST TREE PRESS. '.MAQNA KST VHRITAS ET P-BJEVALEBIT.' '?WEDNESDAY,-1' MARCH 3; 1852. COMMUTATION OF SENTENCES.. Tun system of connnCUinsj sentences hag nt length become such an intolerable evil, that it it high time the attention of the public-arid the Executive should be directed to its consequences. Its indiscriminate exercise threatens, in some measure, to render the operation of the laws, negatory, and therefore, to diminish the security of life and property. By some means or oilier, several of' the greatest ruffians by 'whom this district was ever infested, after having been condemned to suffer the pen alty of very serious crimes, have been turned at large upon society long before their several sen'tiiices have expired. Amongst other cases which it would be very easy to enumerate, we proceed to de - scribe ? the pirticulars of , the fol lowing most flagrant instances of mistaken mercy,- and if our renders do not decide that the vice-regal prerogative has been most wofu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

An Effectual Cuke for Scab in Sheep.— ? The squatters on tho Devil's Hirer have adopted the most certain way of removing this distemper from their neighhurhood. They have purchased t'io whole of the inflicted flocks, slaughtered them, and burnt their, carcases. Upwards of '000 sheep h ivo been destroyed iti this manner during the lust week at the' ftatioiis of Messrs. Peppin and Son, and Mr. 1'orsyth. Such a plan adopted ge nerally throughout tho colony,. .would*. be tho surest andceitainly the cheapest method of cruel - icating'this post of Our flocks, and we think that 11 clause in thu Scab. Act Compelling proprietors to. accept compensation for their diseased flocks, would bo an equitable and useful', addition to it. The compensation given in this instance is one half th:» number of sheep,* which, to prevent the possibility of future contagion, are not to bo de livered until'Novenibernoxt. — Ibid. Darikg - Sacrilege.— The Roman Catholic Church of St Francis was burglariously ente...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. ' ' VICTORIA. Another MouDEtt. — An. inquest was hclrl yesterday on the body of John Costignu, who had been exhumed this morning, after having been buried some days. Our readers will re member that we havo before alluded to this mys terious affair. From the evidence of a keeper of .1 lodging house, and a nurse, it was shewn thnt some three --weeks ngo tho dcccoscd.cnmo down from the diggings, complaining that no had been severely beaten about tho head'; that ho procured medical assistance, but thnt ho gradually sank, nn.l oxpircd on Friday week. Several of his re lations nnd friends visited him daring' his. illness, but none gave any information to the authorities, nnd ho whs buried the day after his death. Dr. Singleton snid thnt death arose 'from fracture of the skull, and cd'nsion on the bruin. In his opinion tho fracturo was caused by some blunt instrument, such as a spade would have inflicted. The only evidence, as to the causo of death was dpcenscd's statement t...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wkuit ajjd Flour. — Sydney Flonr Mills, 27th February, 1852. — An abundant supply of whcnt has been received into the mills during ?the week, but it hns not ma'turially affected the price, 4s. 8d. to 4s. lOd. having been given for tho best sample, nnd from 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d. for inferior ond middling qualities. Flour remains firm at previous quotation, fine being £13 per ton, arid seconds £1 1. ? Bran Is. 4d. to Is. Gd. per bushel. ? T. Barker and Go's mills, Feb. 27. — A moderately good supply of jvhent hns been received duriiijr the week ; prices have ranged from 4s. to 4?. 10(1. Flour. -remains firm .without 'alteration. Bran .continues at last weok's prices. BiscuiT8. — T.1 Barker & Co.— cabin, 23s. ; se conds, 18s. per cwt. Wilkie's,— cabin, 23a ; pilot, 20fl. ; ships', 1 -'s. .per cwJ. ? Bn.rc.vn.— 4d. the 2lb. lonf. ' Forage , vxd Gams. — CitmpbcH-sfrcot Jlnrket, February 27.— Hay, 4/. 10s; to 5/;l0s. per ton j straw, 2/; 10s. to 3/. 5s.; wheat, 4s. 7d...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Whcnt is very saleable ut from 4s. 3d. to 43. lOd. per bushel: Flour, at tho mills, is -quoted — fine, £13, and seconds, £11 per. ton. Maizu is plentiful, and worth 2s. Gd. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. English Barley continues dull in snlo at about 2s. Gd. per bush'ul. Capo Barley — Saleable, if rcry prime, at about 2.4. Gd. per bushel. Hay is saleable at from £4 to £5 per ton, Butter is worth from lOd. to Is. pur lb. Cheese— Saleable at from Gd. to Sd. per lb. Bacon nnd Hams—Very scarce. Eggs are worth about lid par down. Fat Pig9— Small sizes, in good condition, vory talcablc. - Sheep nro salcablo if very prime. Calves — Nominal. HullockB— The present . supply is good, but good ones will sell readily. Tallow— Dull in sale— baef £2G, and mutton £27 pur ton for best brands. ' Hides— Very saleable, varying from as. to 7s. ?ach. Tobacco— Silles aro dull, mid prices declining. HENRY FERRIS, Commission Agent, Pitt' street. Sydney,1 Feb. 27, 1832.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

SHIPPING INTELLTCtKNCE. {From Vie S. M. Herald.) . ARRIVALS. ' FEnnuAnr 24'.— King -Willian, bnrq'ue, 486 tons, Captain Dewnr, from. Kaipara (Now Zea land) 15th ins.t. . ? '.., ' 24'. - Perseverance, schooner,' 82 toh.i, Captain Marshall, from Wellington February Gth. Pns-' sshgers — Mr. Merideth, ftrr.' Stephens,- Mr. and Mrs. Flygcr.and two ehtldVeii, and 33 in the stebrace. : ? .- ~ -.'??' ! 25.' William Alfred, Schooner, US tons. Cap tain Tinlev, from Wcll(nc;ton '(New Zealand) 11th instant.' PaGsongers — Mr. F. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. M'Ewen and child, Mr. H. Taylor, Mr. G. Russell, Captain Allen, nnd twenty-seven in the steerago. ? .-? ? '26. JTcrdinnnd, schooner, 134 ton?, Captain C. Blenheim, from San Pi'ancisco iioeomber 1st,' via Honolulu January ? 16. Passengdi's — Mr. and Mrs. Pcndergast, Mr. and Mrs. M'Dermott, Messrs. J. and P. Hickcy, Miss -15. Mcrisson, Miss -A. Kent, nnd 43 in the steerage. ? 20. — Ilcrculean, schooner, 110 tons, Cnptain Birch, from Wide Bay. Passenger...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

wiWm PRICES CURRENT. ;rmJBH wool. M'ml .-?-.. s. d. s. (1. . ranJnjttior .clips .......... 1 3 to 0 0 ? pmRHto good .*... ? .'.»..' l'.'iito. I 3$ Wmo middling ? 1 0* to 1 3 ''?Bo ? 0 5itoO 8j pcfH, pieces, broken) g xfQ ffiffiashed and scoured . . I 1 to 1 6 b |S| tallow. /H ? £26 10 0 to 00 0 t0|fflfca ? £27 10 0 to 6:00 fwfl&n tallow .. £22 0 0 to 21 0 0 EilfSffl, each, ? ..... 3s. to 7s.. 6d. mUstiiis, V lb ? 3}d.to5£d. ioj.'^Hftnd mij^Jts, ip o;., 3/. 43. 6d. to 3/. 5s. hvm Thomas s. mort. ^ffihr Quay, Sydney, Feb. 27, 1852

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

SYDNEY HEWS. ft I PRODUCE CIRCULAR. S Rod S,iciable amount of wool 1ms arrived during rc l''- I* ctk, w. ic i h » met with anything but a If sale, owing to the few buyers now in the cs una1. ||t. The Wools sold at auction, however, arci£- m A about last week's prices, but there was a 1 c'rni: » Ibsence of that [spirit which characterised faulitj ffi ,[ijr sales of tho Benson, when money was '*? lll! wlasily obtainable, nnd the exchanges less whole mL\vn jtffow is down to 267. for Beef, which looking °r laannts from England, coupled with the rate , i siianire, is not to bo wondered at. '« Uh sold rather better. ;w $B has suffered to the extent of another shil S. *JU gjs. is now hard to bo obtained. .It is 'I'1' grail 'hut tho arrival of the Shamrock (hourly OE mi), will bring a largo addition to that llSf upon the market. il'ISa _____ lnitIf§, to London-Wool, gd. ? lb. le«B§ ? Hides, 159. to 1/. ^ ton. i*__l Tallow, 1/. 15s. -p ton. tefH ' Oil, 2/. 15b. p tun, imp. Hi _ Gold, i ^ wri...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. EUROPEAN POLITICS. RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN THE AFFAIRS OF DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

BMT1SH JJKTJIACtS. j.:. EUROPEAN POLITICS. ? (From Hie Times. EUSSIAX KTTEBF-EIIE^CE IS THE AFFAIBS OF DESMABK. The species of interference and com pression which the leading German States nave attempted to exercise in the affairs of the Danish monarchy has not entirely ceased, although the territorial question in the Duchies has been terminated by the protocol of London or the successful issue of thu late war,, and the descent of the Crown, with all its possessions, has been adjusted by the choice of an heir in the person of the Prince pf. Glucksburg. But the courts of Berlin and Vienna, not con tent to leave the direction of the internal , affairs of the monarchy to the Danish au thorities, have taken advantage of the pro ? longed occupation of Holstein by Federal troops to require of the King's Government that the old provincial Assemblies of the Duchies of Schleswig and HolStein should a^ain be convoked, and this demand derives additional strength and importance from the circums...

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GEOLOGICAL AND MINERALOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Camp near Burrandong, October 18th, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

GEOLOGICAL AN© OTSERALOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Camp ner.r Barrandons, October ISth, IS5I. ? ««»?»* Without repeating the remarks that have appeared in my former reports, I may state that all the tributaries of ths Badtif durra, such as Sloane's or Stony, Middle Station, and Sandy's Creeks, contain gold. On crossing- the dividing raBige numerous ' crealt9, with their- ramifications in the form of ravines, gullies, and other water-courses active at the present peri-jd, indeperaJeat of : swamps, fiats, Sec., (the ancient coursss oi mountain torrents) now slttied up, have been and are now recipients of go!d from the_ ranges which fed them. The chief digging at present being the Maokerwa, choice having been made of this in conse quence of its being the only creek north of I tlie Ciirrujjurac which retains water fso essential, in the present made of gold mi ning) even for a short period. - In eoa:iti uing this course ooitherfy towards Barraa dang,' 'he Sicckyasrd and Banado Creek...

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THE ECLIPSE OF THE SUN IN ? LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

THE-ECLIPSE: OF -THE SUN IN Jtf|il : .?:?;; LAST. /;, WB!. ' Astronomers assuro us' says a London pIJIh'/ Cof the: following 'Wednesday :s6th July,) tl*JB| g Monday. last] tlioro '.was'.' tin eclipse of thcfflwl. which wo infer, thatthe obscuration had not'SH visible in London ?notwithstanding that a WBL,] don corrospondehtof the Jersey' Times, 'gi4Bfcoi informed tho astonished :? readers' of that J^jHr.S1 ' that on' the day of -tho great eclipse of thelH^^ tho ontifo glass/ walls and. roof of tho CijflHoj; Paiaco were smoked, in order to givo every 'HP1 lity of witnessing that, ph'eridnienon to tlict|H| t'J titiidcs within the buildin'g'-^L ;. ' ,„ .... .,-. HHt i . Tho. fact, .'however, --, was '.; that tiao eclipSJiHs n scarcely discerniblo in, England. Tho ^M^'? Morning Herald, has given us the 'non»nstrwH £ mical' account of this eclipse, commiiniciHjnn from Copenhagop by: ilr. Rqbert .CliambctsHP' tho Edinburgh Evening Courant, and tt-ll'S'1'lBBi(|i tercsting account it i*.,. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

HOLIDAY AMUSKMENT.. ? IiUItTNG THE RACE WEEK, ' ?? HENRY BURTON'S. TAIKNTEI). COM r AN! OP BQ (EsnilA Ns'. SlO. Will perform their Wondrous I'Vmcs, and Clas sical representations in . THE CIRCUS ROYAL, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BA.THURST. ''' ' . Which has been refitted for die purpose. THIS (Wednesday) Evening 3rd March, 1832. and every evening this week. Observe Oia Programme :— The perP r-nance will coinme-ihe with a dsrinjj A*t of Horsemanship by Master Wiilcoll, leaping Uarters, Ban nWsj Hoops &tc. The Little Nugget pn his Pony Snowdrop, as La-Voltlgucr. After which the Young Australian will perform hifl during Kquestriiin sccno entitled the WILD INDIAN OF' THIS' RED DESEllT. First time here, Manor Waliott and the -Little Nugget, as the Jugglers of Antwerp spin ning Flatus, throwing Balls &c. For tho Fir?t time here,— Mr. Raymond the -Equestrian Delineator of Irish Characters will paiforin an Act of Horsiiinansliip dulled THE HUMOURS 01? DONTNYBROOK FAIR. The -Wonderful...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

OKieiNAL COllRESPONJJJiNDM To the. Editor oj the Bathurst Fret Press, H ??'?'???-.'? Mining Journal. ..? ? wm Sir, — The uninclosed: and .neglected stittH those last mansions of the dead in (as it is cnl«B , tho old buriai.placo,' has often. struck me asf-jg* rpprehensiWo in'a; ehristiah community. ^%B tim'es has it occurred to mo that I would m«lH| few obsen'ations oh tho subject through thowH dium of your' journal,- but the doubt of anyEjH resulting from tho stop hjis ' invariably dcia|H mo. However,; now that an accident liashflH pened; causing the loss : of ' human life, frosH lorse plunging into odd. of tho grave holwjj| have come to the resolution of -offering a fcfffB' marks upon it, hoping that a moro ablo ftdvotm will bo incited to tako up tho cause. Why f|H not the coffins and bones of thoso neglected o'-H now so close to tho public road* most indeccw ridden over, and trampled under foot, bo W ; moved to the new burial ground ? Aro nolW life and limbs ? of ? . every travel...

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ENGLISH NEWS. NEWs TO NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

,;,:? ENGLISH NEWS. {From the Empire.') NEWS TO NOVEMBER 29. We received, yesterday, by the kindness of a mercantile gentleman to whom we have been fre quently indebted for similar favours, a file of papers, bringing our English intelligence down to tho 2!)th November. The King of Hanover died at Hanover on the 13th. Thu new Sovereign, George tho Fifth, hail issued a proclamation-, pledging himself to a sacred observance of the constitution of the country. The Hanover Gazette, November- 2.1, contains his Majesty's acceptance of the resig nation of the Ministry. The new Cabinet con sisted of 7vl. Schcelei President of die Council nud Minister for Foreign Affairs ; Major Dobac meislo'r, Minister of Justice ; and M. D Carrier, Minister of the Interior. The Legislative Cham bers wore to be convoked on the third of De cember. The departure of Kopsnth from the shores of Britain was marked by a demonstration i:t South ampton, equalling in enthusiasm that which nt teiidsd his binding there....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

Mr-Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold .-slnj oilier metals in nny, quantity. tf G. BROCKSTAYN, 3 Watchmaker and Jeweller, ^ Ho wick-street, ||) ' Bathurst. ' $L —Specimen s nnd Coins wanted. |l ? ? ? ? ? i GOLD! GOLD! ' . i SYER, BROTHERS llX give the highest cash price for good clear H samples. ffinst4th, 1851. ? flGOLD! GOLD! I, GOLD ! 1 !? ~ i C. P. DUNSFORD^ | CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST mOLV in any quantities.' piiam-strcet. # » A large lurop as a specimen wanted. 1 AUSTRALIAN GOLD. m undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HOLD to any amount. |U WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Hr Creek, Jurio 28th, 1851. Hf_____ ? — ? — — ? ? B GOLD. i undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD IhUST in any quantity. 9 THACKER & CO. ffl 541, George-streot, Sydney. 1 WELLINGTON-GOLD. ? Ha. WHITE is a Cash purchaser of Gold at irMoiitcnnre.i. , - '. '? ? 5& 5th, 1851, ? ,- |f___ ? ? ? ; ? ? ? IgOLD! GOLD! !' GOLD!!! I MR. AUSTIN ILareil to purchase GOLD in any quantities l?the «orth of a SHILLING to a ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. HANGING ROCK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

COUNTRY N1WS. hanging rock diggings. - (From the Maitland Mercury. ) We arehnppy to learn from a gentleman j 1st comedown from Mlirrurundi, that' the accounts from tho Hanging Rock continued highly favor able. This gentleman had seen several small samples of the gold brought back by prospectors and from ojie young miin he bought, for £0, an ounce nnd three rmarti-rs of irold, ob'ained by the young man find n companion with tin dishes in throe (lays. From this young man, just c ma over from the Turon, and from other parties well known to him. some of whom had also boon at the Turon, qur informant learnt that the pros pectors at the Hanging Itoek, both on the cre^k and on tho riilge of the bank, had every reason to be satisfied with their success. In fact, so satis fied wero all the parties whu had been there, that thoy only raturnud to obtain cradles and other tools to set to digging in urood earnest. Accord ing to their belief, from 150 to 200 persons wpre on the ground, mostly pros...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

GOLD CIROUriAll Hgpd ng you the statemont of this dnv'a BE0 ' ^ nm not enable .1 to speak with any flHcgi'cc of fatisfaction as t- tha results. IHks now rulb tho price, competition with Hjjji'ig out of tha qucstiqn ; arid not advanc JIHRolil. are eraduallv obtiiiniiicr entire dos iHJf tho market, which, added to the appro- - [BjMtlmt this point guinod they. will deprefB g@J their pleasure, ' places the sales of gold BHt unsettled condition ; and, until private !fgj8 aPft'n brought in, it woulil bo lolly on JjH15 PJ ulato as to future rates!' Although Bob of gold is not satisfactory, the yield is Mb sd— for -with or without licenses tho TgBnow actually working, is thought not to sJMjGOOO, and wo . havo received from our fiffii? °' a l°?V-es'timato thi3 week 10,000 ozs. ^»i(ls of Victoria estimate their mining po fflH at 40,000 and an examination into the 4fflfcturns by both escort and private hands, NhBi'' nn nmoun' scarcely equal to our own BR.n ''''' mor9'y t0 show what could bo Jg...

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

not IrafipiR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE, auntry. ^Bi,uk6DAy, FEnnuAiir 26th, 1852. -:so ofilM(]inmont|i 3 hnles clippings and' broken, rcrful rljras.ime mnrk, 3 broken, 8)d ; same mark, iineinlHii -™. 6, 13d ; T, 10, 12d ; CA, 13, 12d; f 'Hlmond, 7, 13.1 ; 1 FIELD. 12, 14d ; Win 'flH. 13d i C013, 7, 14d ; JK. 5, 12jd ; ,1 in enco l'-|]||, 13]d ; S 6vor ^, fl, 12^d ; M, 3 greasy, wcalth,iB} in diamond, 2 grensy, 6}d; B in dia itrv nlv-fiUff'T GG, 3. fid ; same mark, 1 grcasv locks,' \ .H|X. 20, CM ; McG, 14 greasv, 6 jd ; M, nstltUliiiHHj'p ovor S| i, od ; Dtf, 2, 12d ; M, 2, b beneffljKID, 12. 13jd ; S, 13, 13,}d ; CL in trinn itnughtJS13'1 i EH, 1 skin, 14j(h W, 2 mixed. i v M&l}- ! locks, 7id ; C, 2, 12 kl ; same mark, itiial ^HH skin, and broken, -6^1 ?, CL, 1 skin, 7{d; ! periti'MBs'ld ?; T, 1, skin and fleece, lOjil ; sumo v ? n NiKS* lni*cd fleerc.'12d ; N, 1 locks, 9id ; IT, n M- h ®! looks- Uid ; AL?N- 4 broken, G^l ; a lUiica ma»)rit| % greasy, 7d ; same mark, 1 damaged '...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST ASSIZES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 1852. REGINA V. GREER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.' BATHURST'ASSIZES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. 1852. (Continued from our last.) REGINA v. GREER.   In this case, the defendant, John Greer, builder of Sydney, was charged upon the information of the Attorney-General, with having obtained   money under false pretences by selling to Mr. Harper, a piece of land, or a claim, as it is called at the Turon, for £145 ; whereas the defendant was not at the time, the owner of the whole of the claim. Mr. Holroyd appeared as counsel for the de- fendant.     Mr. Harper was called, who, deposod to the main features of the case, which were the follow ing, viz., that in the early part of September last he bought from the defendant a claim, and that having taken possession of it, the parties who were working the adjacent one laid claim to a portion of Mr. Harper's. Of this Mr. Harper complained to Greer, telling him at the same time that he must be well aware that it had been previ...

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