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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

IICVvY EbItlUl\b TV^J^TLri COMfA%T Of CJUESTftHNS &O niL CIRCo-- UOYAIj,,COuMLUCI\L 11O1E1 , BATUURSE t ' BRILrTANT SUpqESS''! ',' CROW OLD riOUsl&i'i' First ni(,ht of n new I icnrh B illct D' Acnon cntiilpd ( f li sfATon nr. iVcn, on, Tin MvauiE lovi a 1 O-« Mom-\« L\^^?N'^, and Folloaino 1 1 ?? jSiriiri rTlHr T'n(crtn niic 1 s will coTinrn^c T with i. Duinsf Pi.ils or Horseman sill,) Sir, di ulcd in 0 I ifjit parti bv M- Kivmonl, Mr M 1 r M istci Olo / r, Master W llco t, tin. Little N ifctct, and Mi'? Tinnv Burton ^ 1 _____ ' 1 T) c(|n(hi(k v nh (lie ncjv Trench Ballot Da Acrion cn illfd La SUlue B'a ich or, Tho Mai hie FI oicr iCIIVR\CTn 8 — DM Gournnnd a Missr Mr 'Viuglnr Jir(,ufi (hii, cdiliilm c) M Hi nry Burton Mcnri D i| nt ipiisint ) , , if cr» ndb tho Mirbh -? Mr IxijmnJ I.over. ) I 1 Ci - v ilier i)# rov-?'-, \i r f'-ihicn I a Vtrniei., a Sculptor, \Tastci Oh vpr O,con, ami Dinll. } ^JtT ^ 1 lagcra Millers Kc ]y numerous auxiliaries. ? Pice' of ad riis'io...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1852. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEAPOLITAN CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

, . -'JUGNA'EST VERITAO HI PR.'SVALKBiT.' ; *' J ;V '- ?? : -?-'?-..? - ki.:j-i..:-it ;:it;;7 .-v:t.:'.'..;J ' 'MR.; GLADSTON^iNnVTRSr ^BAPQLT- : \ As bur readers rrtay'-be;conMde.r!tig~(hal, ! th« time has arrived,. when ' wo roijrhl: be: ?^^iiftblaflJarep^t/for/jftQJr^pforrnailon.eiime. '''of tho .rBsulta' of 't'Kb publication ;o£ Mr. 'QlafteloneV lette.rajp -Lord. Ab.crdeen, we tvill no longor.tlolay 'bringing under their' , ,.j\o.Uco ik) official loliprof iha .-English *Min-', rV-iJaJor for Foreign mffairs— -ViscbiinUPalirner-- I.:. fiton— to-PrincoaOaVteleioala^lh'a'-Neajioii- !?: -tan Minister at St. Jamoa'a. * : -'r'} --?? ''?' . ' I The public, it Beems^hrb 'indebted .for n ?;' Itnowledgre of his %brflsli,ip'a.,'|et!eiv,'tp 'n !??? . -? ?-Gorman ,,pnper—-l he. ;2tu-fsbur/]l .Gazette ;;. . — -having published a -garbled?'. account of '?1 this despatch. This paper being-brie of the favourite vehicles for the political gos-j j -nip of Uiq Continent, it became 'necessary. |i tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

J^mmTm' ? — — — — — — fiflfe Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold W*ni other metals in any quantity. £/* G. BROCKSTAYN, *? Watchmaker and Jeweller j !$ Howick-streot, N Batburst. ik ;. —Specimens and Coins wanted. If GOLD I GOLD ! -~ H SYER, BROTHERS plx give the higheitcash price for good clear H^hamples. , . ffibutt 4tli, 1851. If AJJ3TRALIAN'-g6IJD. , '' m undersigned is a CASH P.URCHASERof IHOLD to any nmount. ' . ,.' ' ? ? - Wr WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Mn Creek, Juno 2Gth, 1851. .--. , , W GOLD. M undersigned are'PURCHASERS of GOLD ?BUST in any quantity. M THACKIiR & CO. Hi 541, George-street, Sydney. B WELLINGTON GOLD. . |||a. WHITE is a Cash piirchaier of Gold at ?jfilontcfiores. ra 5th, 1851, - M GOLD I GOLD .' I GOLD ! .' I M MR. AUSTIN iHpitfed to purchase GOLD in any quantities m the worth of a SHILLING to a THOU Bf| POUNDS. The .highest price will in HBase be given., ' , ' |j»e parcels already ipurehased by him, in lffl| the King jaw/ite, weighing eleven ounces, Hase...

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SECOND DAY. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

SECOND DAY First Race                   The LADIES PURSE of 30 Sovereigns; for all Two and Three year olds; weight for           age; once round the course. Entrahco £3.   Mr. Tait's Surplice ..... . . . . . . . . . l   " Whitton's Lot ........................... 2       " Aaron's Anything ......................3           Surplice took this race by about two lengths. SECOND RACE         THE HURUY SCURRY, of Fifteen Sover- eigns, with a Sweepstakes of Two Sovereigns added. Heats twice round.                   &...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

???' ?)!.;:i;. ';?': '--)myr,^it^p:'v{. ;.; ^- li ' , TnBj^unpA; and,=its ? Timber r, Tbade,— In 'a former ^limber 'of.thq Maori^ljlessenger (i wrote a short sketch of Rangiaowhia)and of tho i progress made by the natives there in the' culti vation of wheat.. ; ,1 wish iriow to draw ;- the at: tention of. itsr readers* to jnnpther very valuable prdduction.'.;,l,J.mean. Kauri' timber in. the dis trict 'of tho Witiroa.* Tlio 'Waifpii falls ', nftir ,a course' of -about' lSOmiles into.' tlie harbbilr.'bf, Kaipara. iFbr.80:miles up its course, brig's of 80 ' tons often sail.;;,, Sixty miles from'Uho heads, 'at Mungownarb, also.liejvessels of tiny, tonnage,', and ; take in' freight' withVgreat faciiity. MMagnificent! 'fbrests-of Knnri timber gird 'the '.tanks, ,ot this: noblorivor, nhdstrbng .tides sbph'sweep'tlie rafts to tho place1 . of ,': embarkation; ! i ' Two .- -Europeah i establishments; for the«timbor trade have been :al-; ready formed ? there,- and, . in their ; omploynieht : t...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

;-;;;;;;;CQLpNIALNEWS. :: \:i.;. ;-; ;; - -.:?;:-,;. victgria. -v ' ' ;?'. .''??;?; The Largest NDaQi5T.—Th3Vfpllpw:ng ex tract from a recent.issuo of. tho Morning Chronicle would seem to show that Australia; can senrcely ..claim the honour of possessing the :lurgest;nug- g3t yet found. That journal says, ' ' Tho great gold block',' or rather block of gold quartz, weigh ing:11 103 lbs.; 'arid estimated as worth .£3,600, which latoly: nttractad - so-muchattention at 'the exhibition,' has been -very 'appropriately, trans ferred 'to tho Egpytinn Hall, where it is made the, crowning sight of the' Panorama of the Overland' Route to' the Gold Districts. Thcrclis a de gree of ? appositoriess about tho arrangement which gratifies one's : feelings. ? First, you are conducted over the Rocky Mountains to the El Dorado, wid' then you are. shown what you may pick up, if you are only lucky; enough, when you get there. .Besides .the monster moss of, gold', ore, a variety of specimens are shown gro...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

: ::;:Mlonxai/'New^.-^;^^'' . I, FatjA '!iAccrDEJiTi— last. ? evening, t between ? six and seven o'clock, ns a young man llamcd Dowling^tho driver of a 'dray,, was taking his ?horsj to'watef 'at the: us ml place in theYarra, . tho animal's fore legs slipped,/ and man, dray, and horse. Iwcre at- once precipitated- into deep; water.; Dowling. made great, exertions tosavo himself, mid it is believed, would have succeeded, had not one of his legs - most : unfortunately got ; entangled with' tho reins,' which rendered all hia efforts abortive, and ho was drowned; ? The dray,' and the carcase of tho horso have : been found, and brought on shoro. liut up to. a late hour last night the body of the deceased had hot been dis covered. The deceased was not tho owner of the' dray, but was.merely driving.it for another man ; ? it had on it the name Bagshaw^Prahran Parish.; — Geelong Advertiser. : ??.-'?. ; - -,;; .? . ?'? .-?'?.' . DESTttDonpN of Wheatat Colac— A pen tlcman from Colac, yesterday,...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

SYDNEY MARKETS. Whbat and Floor. —Sydney Flour Mills, 5th March : A fair siipply of wheat has been re ceived at tho mills ? during tho ? week* ? and pre? vious prices have been supported; viz., -4s. Gtd.-tto 4s. lOd. per' bushel.; flour remains' at previous quotations, £13 per ton for fine and £11 for se conds j Bran, Is. 4d'to Is. 6d per bushel. — T. Barker nnd Co's, March 5 : , A moderate supply of wheat has come to hand at from 4s 7d to 4s. 9d for good samples. Flour remains firm at last week's prices ; Eran.'ls 6d per bushel, — Victoria Flour Mills, March 5 : THe supply 'of wheat, this week, has been good and sold readily at 4?. 8d nnd 4s 9d per bushel for samples. Fino flonr can' bepurchased under the £13 still quoted by tho mills-! seconds,. £11. per 2000 lbs. Bran, Is. 4d to ls-6d. per bushel. ?-.:? -\'r- Biscuits.— T.;Bnrker aiid Co. : 'Cabin, 2Ss j seconds,' 18s per cwt. Wilkio's Cabin, 33s; pilots 20s i Ships',- '13s par cwt- : -?? ' BaEAD.— 4d tho 21b loaf. ' ; . Forage a...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

EXTEACTS. THAvrxtiNG intiitj Unitei) Siiins.— Previously to 1844 the lowest fare fiqin New Yoik to Albany, : a distance of 145 miles,1 was 4s. '4d. ;t at 'present tlie,farc is 2s. 2d., and for, an additjonaL-Biim 6fthe same amount the passenger, can command the luxury of a separ.ate.'cabini '' ^yhjen the splendour and magnitude of the accommo dalion is considered, the niagni'ficeiice of the fuiniluie and accessories, and the lux uriousness of the table, it will bo admitted that no'similar example of cheap locomo tion can be found iii any part of the globe. Passengers may there be transported in a floating palace, sui'roun'ded with all the conveniences and luxuries of the most splendid hotel,, at the, aveiagc rate of 20 miles an ^our,' for less than one-sixth, of a penny per mile ! It is not an uncommon occurrence, dm ing the ?waim season lo meet pers'ons on board these boats who have lodged themselves mote permanently, in preference to hotels on the banks of the liver. Their daily e...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1852. THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

TftK BATUURST TREE PRESS. ' MAGKA EST . V ERITAS BT TStMTkXXBir.' ? WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1852.. .. THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND THE - ,'? AUSTRALIAN 'GOLD. FIELDS. Mvcn anxiety has naturally ;been felt re specting the policy the Home Govern ment mightndopt with regard -to our gold fields, and this anxiety, there 'is every rea son to believe, has been felt, ' not less by our Colonial Executive tbari'by the people. To this cause may most. probably be as cribable the backwardness displayed by the Government in the early stages of our gold digging career in 'making such provi sion for the preservation of the peace at the diggings, and the safety of ; life and property as the exigencies of the times de manded. With the possibility that the ?system of governing our gold fields might be reversed by an order from her Majesty's Privy Council, our rulers might, deem it prudent to make arrangements of a tem ' ?pornry character only, in order that as little 'confusion as possible might be experie...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ,t - * 'H. ' -,'MV ~R. 'M. IT.. H. Mar' 10 W. V- '. «6 8 .,.-25 19 . 0 ll'Th. 5 . 57 6 . 23 20 . 0 - , -1SF. 5 . 67 «: 22,21 . 0 13 S. 5 ? *8,6 . 2022 . 0 U5b. .5 . 59 6 . 1923 . 0 15 M. 6 . 0 6 .'.'? 18 24 . 0 ICT. 6 .16 .1625 . 0

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Wheat — Good 'samples arc in demand, at from 4s. 4d. to 4s, 9d. j)br bushel. Flour, at the mills, is quoted — fine, £13 and seconds, £11 per ton. ? ' ? -.'.??.' Maize— Vory plentiful, nnd sales dull,' at from 2s. 3d., to 2e. 6d. -?' ?English barley is only saloable of tho very best samples. r Capo ditto is worth from 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d, per bushel. 1 - 1 H.iy, realised to-day from £4 IOs. to -£5 per ton. ? '? - Butter will realise from lOd. to -Is. per ll-. ? Ciiccse has (kslined in price, and dull in isald. ? ? ? ?'?'??:' ; Bacon and hams— None in tho market. ???-. Eggs 'are worth about Is. per dozen. Fat pigs — Small sizes, in good condition, are very, saleable. Calves — Nomin.1l. ' Sheep— The market is well supplied, and no deviation in price. Bullocks— Very prime boasts will sell, but there is no scarcity. Tallow— Dull 'in sale— beef, nt £25 10s.. to £26., and mutton at £26T0s. to £27 per ton. Hides aro very saleable, at from Ss. to 7s. each. To...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

GOLD CLROULA^. In banding you tho. sales of gold this week, it will be seen that prices 'have decroased since our last return, tho Banks not advancing, and only purchasing at the settled pricu of 3/.; and it is wit-' difficulty any higher rates are 'obtained.' Our prices at auction must bo considered satisfactory, natl until capital is brought into the colony I fear that higher rotes- are' not likely to be obtained. The yield at Port Phillip being very great, and oar own diggings also producing large quantities, the miners are compelled to realize, tho stocks ac cumulating so rapidly. ' Tuesday, 2nd Maech. £ u, d. -t 1. 85 ozs. 15 dwts. ? 12 gn., Braiilwood gold, R. Bin ~nio, 3/. 4s. 5d. .. .. 115 4 7 I 2. 36 ozsj 1 dwt., Mount Alex 'andcr gold, G. Thome, 3'. 4s! 3d ? 115 1G 3 3. 05 ozs. .13i dwta. :'12 gr». ditto, J. Cooper, .3/. 43. , 9d.- .. ..,...-... 309 14 11 4 106 ' o'zs. ,4, dwts. , 12 gr». -1 itto ' 'tilt to,J !G'. Thb'rho, 3?. 4s. 5d. -.-. ? 342 2 8 3 155 oz3. 7 grs., ditt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

Edited, printed,- and published by VTivm Fakhand, (solo proprietor), nt the BatiicJ FaEE Pxess and Mining Journal Om William-street, Ikthursr, New South WB . Wednesday, Marvh 10, 1853, i

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, 4TH MARCH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

MR MOET'S PRODUCE SALE. ' TnrinspAV, 4th MAncir, 1852. JR, 2 bales greasy, 5}d ; FS, 3, 12^(1 ; Til, 33, 13}d ; II W, 3, handwashod, 1 5d ; same mark, 1 ditto, llfd ; Coorarigjuh, 8, greasy, Gd ; B in diamond, 10 ditto, 6jd ; Jo in diamond, 9, 12d ; 3 In C, 9, 134(1 j LH, 3, greasv.-Gid ; HG, 6, Hid j T, 4,' ll?d ; C,.6, 7\d ;*INTN, 2S, laid ; IFT, 21, 13jd ; CH, 48,' 13{d ; B, 47; 12Jd i AT, 7, 14^1 ; Starr, 37, 13d ; LFD, 3 broken, 8 }d ; ft over S, 3 fleece, 1 2d ; Stnrr, 1 locks 7id i H, 1, 6jd j Cff, 3 locks and black fleesc, 9jd 5 Gl?y, 2 locks, 6d ; AT, 2-ditto, Old ?, ISH.4, 12d; DMK, 9, I2£d ; ER in diamond, 3 scoured,1 14-jd j JM, 6, 12£d ;'T/6 skin, 11^1 ; SW ovorT, 5 handwashed, lOjd; MD, 8, 13d ; n noe mark, 2, 13£d ; AL^N, 15, 12} ; AS, 36, 6 1 ; JO. 6 123d i h, 18, 15d i IM, 12, 10?d | EU, 6 fribs and locks, 8 jd i McD, 8, 13d i KM, 3, 12d i same mark, 3 bajs brb'ken.^tl ; E in a bill. 2, 12?d ; h, 2, lid } IIBy, 3, 12jd ; FW overT, 1, 12?d j id, 1, loid ; S, 2, pkt l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

BIRTH. At her residence, on Monday the 8th instant,   Mrs. McHattie, of a daughter.  

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. GOLD DIGGING IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

;';'; gold 'digging :ini;^u3tralia.h '%? (From the Times, Nov. 10. ;* -'?'-'? i ' Tho latest accounts from- Australia.-:prbve that tho anticipations. ientortained.ias'tp the product iVeness-!of ;tliogold -fields in, Sfewj South ?;-Vales arc in' na respect cx'aggeratcd.i(^,To- describe ;tho state of thing3 existing in the colony, wo.ul'd'.-bo. to tell over again the' tiilo of; Cniiforaia,. with, which, our readers aro already so' familiar, vri'l'he life.of a miner at tho Ophir .diggings . or the ;Turon mountains hn's but littlo to distirigtiish' it' from the same pursuit on thobanksrof ? tho*Sacramo'iit6'df ' the wild recesses , of the'Sierra Nevada. There is tho same heavy. . toil, .the ?. same discomfprtn.tho same exposure to cold and heat, the saraa strange, lottery of blanks and ? prizes. ' %Tiio (tiflFerences, such as thoy arc, seem in favour of pur b\vn.,.qor; lony. ', ... Instead pf the 'ferocious .: Indians .', of, . CjilU'y fornia, tho aboriginal race, whicH yctV. stalks, io...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WESLEY AN MIS3IONAHY SOCI13T7. , Tho Annunl Meeting of tho Bathurst Auxiliary. Branch of this Society was held as nilvortisod, on Monday evening, tho 8th instant, in tho Wesloynn Clinpel. ' ; The mooting having been opened by singing, the liev. Stcphon Rabonc engaged in prayer; Tho Rov. S. Wilkinson then moved :— '? That Major Gonoml Stewart do tako the chair,' which, having been seconded and curried, Geiievul Stewart said : It afforded him grcnt pleasure to preside- at such a ; meeting,- more es pecially as no believed this society hud been the means of doin,- more good than almost any other society. (Cheers.) ,Tho Chairman then called upon the Secrotnry, tho Rev. ', William Piddington, to read tho lie port. ? THE UEfOHT. Report of the' Iiathnrst Auxiliary of the Wcs leyan Missionary Society, ~18ol. Financial. In presenting you with a Report of this Society your Committee will direct your attention, firstly, to the fumnciul state of the Society, and then to its ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE TURON MINERS. (Per favour of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

. ;to the tubon;miners; .?-?;?—? (Per favour of , tlie;- BaiKwrsiFrec 'Press and ? Mining Journal. y-' '?-'l;; ';'', /'.-.' Tho great disaopointmont and f'heavj/ josfes which the miners, in posscssiohof bed cliVims.on the Turon, have suffered by the flupds, i often crushing thoir hopes when juston tho point ol realization, and tho near npproach^of'.th'b^iritei months, when the working of bod claims, will be almost impossible nnder present circumstances, have induced a few gentlemen to call .the atten tion of their brother miners to 'the consideration of. spmo place that will cnable-tflenv effectually ? ;to work the bed. claims ;; and they would beg to propose :— ? - ? r ' ? , . .-?? ?. - .. ; 1st.— That.a dam bo formed -across tho river .At some convenient place above : Stunday- Point-j nnd : that a channel bo cut from' .that place sb far down the river as may bo agreed .pn..-«.TJie channel to be ton feet wide artlie surface, and six feet at the bottom, to the depth of the bed rock ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. O'MEAGHER'S ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

? VAN, DiEMEN'S; LAND. o'lIKAoilEin'S ESCAPE, . ? (Frmhthe'Launceatoii Examiner.) The.timo has now arrived .when -we may pub .lisli a brief account of the escape,of;tho celebrated Irish, rebels Young,-,. talcnted.Xintelligent, and imbued with1 high' principles' of. 'lioriour, ho'jwns formed for a ' distinguished destiny. If his life, bo spared he will, not long remain, in obscurity ; we shallhcar'of him in tho world of letters, if not of politics.' Bucausb. his essay to depart was crowned ;with success, if'wns thoiighi by some, that they 'inight assail tho reputation of tho absent without ; impunity. But. ho Joftjnemorials aiid witnesses behind him .which refu'to tlio multiform-, chlumnies that have boeri littgrodi ! 'JVe recently acknowledged the receipt /of. a Jetfer 'on th'o sub ject from-Mr. Hubert Kean^' wli'o liapp'cricd trf'bd at tho Lakes when Mr. O'Meaghcr.lefte Woa}6 not doubt1 tho fidclity,pf rpur correspondent, ; . liis , testimony is true as'fars'as.ho' saw or knew, but...

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