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ARCHBISHOP SHARPE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

Ii was ihécustpm. of Archbishop Shame ; to have a Paddle horse attend his riage» that vMn tase of fatigue from sit ting, he might takethe refreshment of a ride» Ap be Was thus geing to his «pis* copal residence, énd was got a mile or two before Iiis carriage/a decent well« looking young matt caine up to him and with a 'trembling hand and faultering tongue, presenting a pistol to his lord ship's breast, demanded his money: The Archbishop with great surprise/ turned ; about» and looking steadfastly at him, desired he would move that dangerous weapon, and tell him fairly his coudi tiou. «. Sir ! sir !"with great agitation, cried the youth, ** no words-'tis not a time your rooney instantly " Hear «ne, young man, said the archbishop ; you see I am a very old man, and my life is of very little consequence ; yourVseems far otherwise. I am named Sharpe,and am archbishop of York ; my carriage and servants are behind ; tell me what rooney y ou want and who you are, and I'll not injure you¿ bu...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

1 A M ER I CA. We regret that the Oregon question ap pears to be very far from being amicably settled,,the United > ta tes Minister having refused to refer the matter to arbitration ,as will be seen by the following notes > *' Washington, January 3. The President declines the offer, of arbitration. , Mr Pàckenhain had assumed that the title of England was valid to at least a portion of the disputed territory, whereas the Presi dent had assumed the title of the tJnited states to be clear and unquestionable to ihe whole of Oregon This wes à sufficient reason to decline the overture Besides, arbitration so far from leading to happier consequences, would but create new diffi." culties The President expresses the hope that the controversy may yet be adjusted without disturbanct bf the peace between the two countries. ' " Washington, january 16-Mr Packen ham renews to the Minister of the United States the offer of arbitration On the question of the title, Great Britain had as explic...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

SUPREME COURT. - Thursday, August 13-Wefore his Honor Mt Justice Dickenson and a jury of four. Atkinson v. Cox and others.-This was an action on promises brought by James ; Atkinson against William Cox, Robert Fitzgejald^Cbarles Thomson and Thomas v Tebbutt, Esquires, ta which the plea was ^that, (he defendants dil not promise in manner and form, &c, Mr. Broadhurst appeared for the plaintiff ^ and Messrs. Windier and Darvall for the defendants, who were members of the Dis . Strict Council of Windsor-Mr Cox being the Warden. The demand of the plaintiff who was .- a master-carpenter and builder, residing ia Windsor, arose out of a claim for fittings np at a roora in the Windsor Hospital, . where the,District Council usually met, and for furnishing them with a table, chairs, " &c. The chief point at issue was, whether defendants, had acted in their individual capacity, or ^as fnemhers of £ ^corporate body, under the common seal of that body. t The jury after a short con...

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REVOLT OF THE PETTICOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

REVOLT OF TH 12 PETTICOATS. A letter from St Petersburgh say sc foHav#lï^ furious-instance of the mannerirt wliich the imperial will is influenced evea in this despotic .country, occurred a few weeks ago The Emperor of Russia during his stay in Italy haviug learnt that the Countess Kisseleff,. wife of the present minister of the crown domains had, while in Paris^ paid rather too assiduous attention to the Princess Czartoriska, sent the coun tess an order of exile to one of her estates on the Novogorod road, about 15 league? from St Pe te rs burgh. Scarcely had she retired to her new reside hoe tlia n it was thronged with ladies of the highest rank who repaired thither iii their carriagesjand who took t£is mode of expressing their disapprobation of the Emperor's order. This journey at last became so much the fashion, and was sucÉa means of opposition, that,the Emperor knew not what to do itt ordef to check the evil, and at last he sent for Count Kisseleff, and ordered him to put a st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

IËGS' leave tb irrforrn the Public.that the extensive alterations on bis Premises are now completed ; and he 5 flatters himself that Jn the amount bf Stock and extent of Premises, fie is not to be surpassed by any 'Establishment in the District. c t ', / * The Tailoring department is con ducted with every care and the greatest dispatch. 3 Tailors bèing constantly employed on the Premises, parties can be measured "for any articles required- A suit of Clothes can be'finished in first.rate style in 24 hours ! ^ On hand-an excellent assortment of CLOTHS, as under : Blue, Black, and Green Broad Cloths Buckskins Öark and right Drab and Black Ker* seymerss Colonial and English Tweeds >lack Silk^elvets and Satins A beautiful assortment of ^lack and Co lored Satín Vests, at, 10s Sd Superior Black Hats, at 10s iSd, ¿ind every article in jrhe Trade equally good and cheap. (; W G. SURGÍS thanks the Public fo %i» weekly increasing Trade. ^ Windsor, Âug. ÎÔ, i. A. OKSALEISY THEIJNÔÇïl&...

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FIRST VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR TO PARRAMATTA. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

^liÂÈOÊCLENClr THE GOYERNÖR PAERAMATTA. ?iÖfe fWdly lastráis Excellency ïhc ^Vlntä lady Marj f Fitafítoy, and suite, honored Parramat * ta with a first visit; in the'steam-packel Emu, which was placed at the disposal c of the Vice-Régal party for the occasion. Towards twelve o'clock they landed al * the Parramatta Jetty, and were received with every demonstration of joy and * gladness by the good people of that favored town, and the residents for sevë ral miles around it, who formed them " selves into a procession headed by thc Town Bâhd, the Loyal Odd Fellows Society» ia full regalia, bearing the r splendid banners and flags bf that noble , Order ; next came the Members of the District Council, followed by the clergy, ' magistrates, &c, &c, his Excellency,, ori horseback, Lady Mary, seated in the ' carriage of the Hon. H H. Macarthur, Esq., and attended by Mrs. Macarthur, . closely followed by other carriages, gigs horsemen, and the children of the Or phan School, m...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. The British Government has decided upon a strong measure to evince the right of England to send its prisoners where it pleases The Maitland, 80Ö tons, Captain Grey, is on the passage with 300 male prisoners oh board, to whom tickets o^ leave have been granted in England, to be landed at Port Phil lip; these men have all finished their probation at Pentonville, and are pro nounced by the authorities at (hat estab lishment, as of excellent demeanour. The Canton, 600 tons, Captain Friend, with 250 prisoners, to receive conditional pardons on landing, is on the passage for Adelaide. ' The acconnts from'ireland continued to be very distressing In many parts of the West of Ireland the people were only one degree removed from actual starva tion Riots and disturbances were the natural consequences, but no very se rious outbreak had occurred. x Emigration to Soil th Australia had teen renewed Every month a vessel was to sail for Adelaide jvith emigrants. Private letters mention...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

i. mus. oou: II I N returning thanks for past favors, begs most respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Windsor and the District, that he has commenc%d the business of 'AÛ?TÎ<!>jVEËR. and trusts he will receive a portion of their patronage. "PUBLIC M)l1CE. « WHiTE, begs leave'respectfully jO| to return his grateful acknowledg ments to the Public generally, for the liberal support lie has received .from his commencement in the Drug and Grocery business in Windor, and to apprise them that he has retired therefrom in favor of Mr. RICHARD EDWARDS, on whose behalf he solicits the same kind patronôgé. L. W. further informs them, that he still continues the Wine and 'Srjirït Store, adjoining the ' aboye Chemical. Drug, and Grocery Establishment, as well as his avocation asa General Agent and Auctioneer, Windsor, Isttjuly* 1846. WINDSOR AND HAWKESBURY HMM RÜfiM » ICHAïÎD ÉDWAñbS, having pur chased the Drug'arid Grocery Bu siness lately catried on hy Mr. LABAN WHTD, respectfu...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

. -aa-ggateBBLL J..!.!_LL-IJM"-L_'-J!_ i. m --. 'THURSDAY, AUGUST â20ff&S, *W*ftfog to drïrw the attention of j !$he Public to the advertisement calling a ? Meeting of all the inhabitants of the towns and district of the Hawkesbury, at the 41 Black Horse Ian," Richmond, at twelve < o'clock, noon, on Monday next. We hope the people will roust er strong upon the ' occasion, and give " a long pull, a strong * poll, and a pull altogether on behalf of the - prtfpoièd nèw line or road to Bathurst. , WE are happy to state« that this district * has been favored, during the week, with the most refreshing showers, which are amply sufficient already for all the pur f poses of agriculture, horticulture, and grazing. This rain, as we have been anticipating, has come at the "nick of time/' and no doubt now exists but our Ê grátifíed Farmers will reap an abundant ^Harvest, By the ''Maitland Mefcufy, and the Port Phillip and Geelong Jour * nais ' wè observe, that sufficient rain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 August 1846

Mr. Wi. Thompson, ^ÏXrtLLSeH by Public Auction, at Äff, T T H AR RISK EYfS,at R ichmond on Monday next, the 24th of August in stant, at 11 .'clock, Two su perior Work ing Bullocks, with. Harness complete, one Cart, one new bray, Bridle and Saddle«, Gross-cut Saw, one Grindstoue* empty Pipes, Hogsheads, and casks. Ladders, Wash Keelers ; with other \ articles ; the whole to be sold without the least "reserve Richmond. THE inhabitants of Richmond, Windsor, Wilberforce, Pitt Town,     and of the Hawkesbury Districts, are       requested to attend a Public Meeting to be held at the "Black Horse," Richmond,   on MONDAY, the Twenty- Fouríh August instant, at 12 o'clock at Noon, to take into consideration the   best measures for Opening and Making   a Road from Brown's River, Bathurst Road, through the Kurrajong, Richmond   and Windsor. August 13th 1846. WM. COX , &n...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 10, 1846 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

consisting dif.thé Hon, Mr« Bowman. C naries Cowper, Esq, M. O» WilliamCox. Esq, of Hobartville, J P, and Hoblft Fitzgerald, Esq, J P. Warden of the *ià^rîc^,^)resënted the Address of the in ^ habitants of the Hawkesbury, voted at the Fablic Meeting, (and which appeared in our last Number,) to tis Excellency Sir Charles Fit« Roy, on Monday last, to which ' his Excellency was pleased to maire the fob lowing To the 'InUabitanfs bf Windsor, Rich mond, Wilberforce, Pitt To wa, ¿nd the Hawkesbury Districti Gentlemen,-:! accept with Jïlèàéure " your expressions-of loyalty to the person and Government of our ^Queen and of honour to'myself as Her Majesty* Re - presentative. I thank you for yóür congratulations ' on roy accession to the Government of ' this important Dependency of the British Crown, 1 shall feel great satisfaction in paying à visit to your district whenever a re laxation of the more important public business will permit me« CHARLES A, FITZ ROY. Govern mëtit H ouse, Syp^iey, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

ÄT^Ä. .JÎRiiiâm^ 'the -^tii' Sè^ftmbâ> * public Meeting of the inhabitants lof %iäsor, Richmond, Wilberforcè.àhd of the Districts of the hawkesbury ge nerally was convened by jjti bl ic adver tisement, at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor, 'for the purpose .* of choosing Officers for the above-mentioned ^bciätioÄpd fixing the time and place bf holdinf%e »exr Show Meeting, J. L Scarville, Es|,% P, iii the Chair, The following Resolutions were ùna iaimoiisly adopted ^1) Moved by Mr, James Hale and seconded by Mr. jf. 3. Vickery. That talcing Into consideration the ac knowledged advantage which the dis trict derives from the operations of th, Hawkesbury Agricultural Association and viewing the success which attended the maiden Ploughing Match and Show 'of Stock and Agricultural produce, at / Clarendon, in September last year, this Meeting deteflnines to continue the office of theaKsbcîatibn» and agrees that the ntxv Ploughing Match and Show do take place oh the Fourth of March. 1847 , Sp^' Mo...

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HOW A TAILOR COLLECTED A DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

tailor viip exercised hi8 ávp^ in PhiladeÄia, was imposed upon by a person ¿ÍW contri ved So get 'a suit of ciothès^n credit, and afterwards èloped without paying for them. The account was placed oh the poor man's books, and soon forgotten« Some years after wards he was examining his old records, of debt and credit, profit and loss, when '' his attention was attracted to this ac count, and ail the circumstances attend« lng it came fresh to hisiimnd. Sud« : denly an odd thought suggested itself. ^ t "'I'lltry an experiment/' said he to * himself; '* perhaps I may succeed Tn catching the " rogue, ,a'nd getting tay money." lie immediately prepared an ádveiv tisement, in substance as follows, which he inserted in the Philadelphia Gazette : -u If -J-^C^-, who was in Phjia w delphia, about the month of iii the year will send his address to the Editor of this paper, he Viii hear of ' something to advantage* Printers in -, the neighbouring states are requested to copy." The latter cläuse wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

W. G. &Û&GÏS* "«GS leave to inform the Public, th¿t the extensive alterations on bite Premises are now completed ; and he flatters himself that in the amount 'of Stock and extent of Premises, he is not to be surpassed by any Establishment in the District. The Tailoring Dépannent is con« ducted with every care am the greatest dispatch. Tailors being constantly employed oh the Premises« parties can be measured for any articles required* A suit, of Clothes can be finished in firstJsite style in ¿4 hodrs ! On hand-an excellent aô'sortrriëht ë CiÖtHts, as undera Blue, Black, and Green Broad ¿Iotas Buckskins ;\ . . r î)ark and Light |^rab and Black per* seymeres 'jr;; Colonial and Englisa tweeds 'Black Silk Velvets and Satins A beautiful assortaient of Black and Co lored Satin Vests, at lOs 6d Superior Black Hats, at ÍOs 6d, And every article in the Trade equally .... good and cheap. W Ö. BuBiis thanks íhe Public for his weekly increasing trade. |f R. GEORGE &EYMÖÜ...

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OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the 2nd Edition of the Australian Journal, of Tuesday, 8th September) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From ike 2nd Edition cf the Australian Journ l> cfXiieiday,3th Se; timber ) ! SOON after eleven this morning, Mac quarie-street began to assume a lively appearance, and in a few minutes a vast concourse of persons were assembled in front, alid in the immediate neighbour hood of the Council Chamber. Shortly after, the Band of the 99th, and a Guard of Honor arrived, and the crowd con** ttnued to increase till it formed a dense mass, with the exception of the space left for the approach of Hil Excellency. Long before twelve o'clock* the Cham ber presented a very gay ánd imposing appearance, and we imagine Mr; Mac* pherson must have experienced some difficulty in finding «eats for the ladies, of whom we never witnessed a more nu merous attendance; Every spot where standing room could be found, was occu pied by strangers, and several mern* hers had gäl I anti y vacated their own seats for the accommodation of their fail visitors. The visiting galle...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

BIRTH—On the 22 August, the Lady of W. F. STEWART, Esq., M.D., J.P., of a Daughter.

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 September 1846

EXTRACTS. Wehere t\9 the May "slow coacb^ thatsplendid, fast sailing, first-class clip 'per, ''Berkshire**? It is now nearly a month since we received direct intefli - gençe.from England b^he Pehyard Park* Th« May packet, if she left London on the *lstjiswhow overdue, haying been one hun dred and twenty-seven days oh her passage np to the present time« We are now one ; hundred and thirty days without news, di vector indtreet, fromEngland.-Australian. ? A LYNX-EYE IN OFFICE-It is said that from amidst the musty rubbish of the ?o.* lonial Office, the present Secretary has raked out» su nd ry oUI ajîd stringent attacks snideby Mr. Gilbert It^H^rtson, suoerin tendent of Agriculture at Norfolk island, against Sir George Arthur (erewhile of ;Verj¡qnestionable Van DiemenL*,nd "notoriety), 'Thoron dit runs, that Mr. Gladstone has demanded an explication Äow a man (Editor of the Van Die me n's Land ** True. Colonist/* be it remembered), who dared gainsay any acts of a Colonial vR«lert should...

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BUSINESS OF THE SBSSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

BUSINESS OF TUE SBSSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. - "1-.Mr. Grant will move a resolution* that the coal monopoly of the Au stralian Agricultural Corporation be purchased by the Local Government. ~£-Mr, Wentworth will follow up the prayer of a Petition for reforming the Court of Vice Admiralty. Windemer was to present an ad dress to the Go vernor, praying him to move her Majesty the Queen to re fuse the royal assent to a Bill passed by |he Council of Van Diemen's Land, in which a duly of 15 percent, was to be levied on the produce of >few j, ¡SouthWa!es,imported into thatColony Mr. Wentwo|j| is to bring in a Bill to abolish all Iplonial laws which in vest the ordinary revenue elsewhere than in the Legislative Council. The same gentleman was to. move for a grant of £1000 to the Hebrew As sembly^ the new Synagogue in York - s'reet, to enable them to pay the debt j||^Jg¿Bt building and a further SSln^WSött ^yeirTot tbew^ort t)f » Jewhh Minister o^eligi^n * «5~The same gemletiján is...

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HAW[?]ESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1846 HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

*'HAWKESBURY A G RI?ií ¿T U RAL M E ÈT À Ttpcrtofthe Meiling held at Coffey'« Hotel 01 . Monday week, appears inBelts Life of the Satur« 4 day following ; add we arc surprised that the Keporter for That paper should give his em * plovers so garbled and very incorrect a statement . of the proceedings of that Meeting. He sets out by saying that various Resolutions of Utile im portíinee were ^carrie i in o effect." How Re« solutions jnst adopted at a public Meeting could be ¿aid tobe carried into effet," we cannot comprehend ; and as the Reporter appears so con« Versant With the transactions which take place in ike office of the Honorary Secretary of the Hawkesbury Agricultural Association,aa to assen 'positively that the Resolutions ca ried into effect, at the pub'ic Mfeting were cut and dried in T that office, We can assure ii i m that he is qui te ' mistaken in this siátement. They were not pre pared at 'the office to which he all udes ; the act ; in«; Secretary ( ¡VI r. Walker) on ...

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

tiäE STATE OF IRELANÖ. ^f r will be seen by aa advertisement in this day's COURIER, that a public Meeting is called for Saturday next» at Coffey's Hotel, for the purpose of taking into consideration the distress our fellow subjects ar« labor ing under in Ireland from the failure of the 1potatoe crop, and to adopt measures for affording them relief." In consequence of the absence of our ^benevolent Member for the Boroughs, (the Hon. Mr. Bowman,) who i« innis place in the Legislative Coun cil, his natue has not graced the requisition calling the above Meeting, bnt we are sa tisfied, that'whether he is absent or present on Saturday»'his desire is to further the ob jects for which that Meeting is called. The people of Port Phillip and Sydney have collected, and forwarded home by the slains Caátje*" the sum of £1,200towards the Relief Fund. The cause of the suffer ing poor of Iteland is also taken up by the people of Maitland, and the humane pro: prietors of the Royal Victoria Theatre, w...

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