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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

SNOTICE. FIRST GREAT CLEARING SALE. R." S. CROSBY, CHEAP DRAPERY AND CLOTHING ": - EBTABLI SLIENT. 13 and 15, Parramatta-street, and Lake Macquarie-road, Newcastle. THE above Establishment will be closed on FRIDAY, the 7th of Sep tember, to reduce and re-markthe whole of the valuable and well assorted stock, amountingto £5,000 !!! FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS, sterling; the WHOLE must be cleared IMMEDI ATELY.. Storekeepers, Dealers, Hotel Keepers, and Others would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity (which seldom occurs) of a BoNA ?IDE sale. Orders from the Country carefully selected, : and punctually executed. L TIN WARE.-The largest Stock on hand in the Colony I' Storekeepers supplied on the shortest FOY'S Tin-works, Hamilton's lane, Huntcr street, Sydney AMERICAN WAGGONS of every des cription, with patent Break attached, built with all possible dispatch. Country orders punctually attended to. f HALLEY & CLYDE, opposite the Cathedral, 570, George street, Sydney. "Other...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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[?]GEMENTS. [?] BEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Mr. Georga F m ni YDNEY, via Goulburn and n Buuier.dnre, Sunday, Monday Wednesday;!Thursday, Fridsy,.and Saturdiay at 9 an. "T ". From GOULBUN, ia Collector, Gundaroo. and Gin indeir, Wednesda and Saturday, at .30,m. Srom COOMA, Sunday, :Monday, 1esday, Wednesday, ,Thursday, and Saturday at 8 a.m. From LA.NYON, Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. TDepartures. To SYDNEY, via Bungpndore and Goulburn, Suiday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Sat _at 8-'30am. To GOULBURN, via Gipindcrrs, Gundaroo,- aPtoilec tor, Stsuda' and Thursdlay, at 6 am. a - To COOMA, vae tiicalango. Sunday, Mondayi Wednesday, Thuraday, Friday, and Saturday 1At 0 a.m. LANYON; Sunday and!Tliursday at 3 p.m. Letters for dispatch to S dney'or Goulburn must be led on the previous evcning i y o'clock. 03. The toits-OIlbe at Queaanbyan will be opened on (UND?$S from I-to 10.15, isn the aorning, instead of fros to S in the rfternooa, as lhre?go' re. SOctober 1st, 1860. - ' °)I. LEVER, Post-master.

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

tintimettrialt natetjliette. QUEANBEYAN :WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. WHEAT.-11s.16d. to 12s. per bushel. FLroun.--iine, £40 per ton; seconds £42. BaEiD.-9d. to 10d. BRAN.-18s. 8d., to is. 9d. per bushel. MAIZE.-7s. to. s..76d. per bushel - BARLEY.-None. OATS.-8s. 6d. per bushel. HI :.--£8 per ton.' BurrEa.-ls. 6d. per lb. CHEEBE.-9d. to 10d. per lb. BAcoo.-9d. per lb. Eaas.-1s. 6d. to is. 9d. per dozen. POTATOES.--£7 to £8 per ton. - FAT CATTLE.-£5 10s. to £7 10s. per head. _: CALVES.-£1 ls. per head. SHEE?P.-16s. to 20s. per head. - Pros.-6d. per lb."'' r TALLzow.l 6s. per ton, for good samples. HIDEs.-6s. to 7s. each. SHEEPSKINS.--4d. to 6d. per lb. - CARRIAGE' PER TON.-Sydney to Queanbeyan, £17 to £18; Queanbeyan to Cooma, £6 to £7; . Queanbeyan to East or West Deni son (Russell's), £14 to £16'; Queanbeyan to Kiandra, £22 to £24. Queanbeyan, Sept. 29th. ' QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR. ......... £40 l torn. SEooNDs................ 88 ; , BRa...........;.» ' ls. 6d.:tols 9d. J...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

IMPOUNDINGS.` . Fom the ieGorcinrent Gazellt OctoberDloth, 18o00-' At' QUEANBEYAN, on the 8th October, 1800, from hicalnago; dmanges and driving 7s. each, the entire LGi sg. :-Broiwt entire colt, illUcgible brand near shoulder, Pil off shoulder; brown nmare, L reversed with Af con. joined near shoulder; dark bay mare, sanie brand; bay colt, switch tail, like L reversed with K conjoined off shoulder; bay horse, off hip down, JK near shoulder; bay colt, short tall, like 10 over T near shoulder; chesnut horse, Il over cn near shoulder, like B over 2 off 'boulder; buy horse, ITS over 'll near shoulder; ay colt; illegible brand off shoulder, S and FT conjoined (the F reversed) near shoulder ; black mare, ItJ (the J reversed) near shoul ders buy filly, 8B over 0 near shoulder; hay mare, 'S off shoulder ; buy inare, 11 over W near shoulder, F off shoulder; bay mnre, KK conjoined near shoulder; black filly, C off shoulder, f near shoulder; black lilly, star, hind feet white, like I) near sh...

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WEE[?] CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Days of tWE& `C A ; L Re o MONDAY ........... 20. 6 14 6 28 12 TUESDAY..../....... , 80. 5.12 6 28 13 "WEDNESDAY..... ',,81 5,11 920 14 TIURSDAY... Nov. 1 5 10 6 20 15 FRIDAY ............ 9 630 1

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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

GARDENING CALENDAR,. fORtHIIE ONTWTH..OFOCTOBER. TrI l ny pblata thatsare?birg .enough, after .or .W ions pump] ins?andvegebllmo nairos.B ,a'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

A Sale of Crown Lands W Till'i be held at the under "' mentioned place on Wednesday, ;the 28th day of November, 1860. COOMA, at the Police Offile,: TOWN LOTS. ., County of Wellesley.I Forty-two lots (2 roods achi) 'in the town of Nimmitabel, parish of Nimmitabel; :. Allotments 1 to 3 and:7 to,10 of section 25."' y S,, 1, 2, and6 to .10 of:.section 27.. , ,, 6 to 10of section 87.:. :8 i: 8.to 10 of section:40. '. 2 and 10 of? section .42.?' : ; . of section 48. , :otFsettont44; ,, to 5 8 and 9 of section! 40J , · 1 to9 of .secti6n'50 9 Upset priceB£8 ;ieracre. See Government axet c,2 N 185 ~/'R STPEET .UEN ,3 VA 54) `er~ n~o lib - a ýri'ftiym dit e term+. {. au?1 :in th wý.,inoat 4iIf.iecer sty ý IN T1 WN RY. yy"Y co 1iii d eVext door to the" Golden Age Ofie,; MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN.J - JA1 ES SCHOFIELD Begs to inform the •inhabitants. of the- district, that :he is at all times. preparedato furniah BOOT & SHOES equal to any house inh the colionyand in every variety of styl...

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Select Poetry. THE AMERICAN SLAVE-OWNER'S HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

THE AMERICAN SLAVE-OWNER'S HYMN. Thou, that in making all mankind, To each his colour gave,   O hear my prayer, but do not mind The cry of my black slave; With patience all my faults regard,   Forgiving and benign, And be not on Thy servant hard, Though I'm severe with mine. The mercy that I do not show Do Thou extend to me, Deliver me from pain and woe, Inhuman though I be ; Withhold Thy rod and spare my back, Another's whilst I smite; For those who feel my scourge are black--   And Thou hast made me white. Preserve unto me, Father mild, My kindred dear as life, Parent although I part from child, And sunder man and wife. My own from me forbear to take,. Whilst negroes pray in vain     I 'd spare them their's for Thy sweet sake, Nor rend their hearts in twain. I do Thine image spiteful scorn; But that do Thou forget, Because it was with thick lips born, And carved by Thee in jet. With chains I l0ad that dusky form, Wit...

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AN ADVENTURE AMONG THE SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

AN . ADVENTURE AMONG THE FHARKS. S'BY A LATE INDIAN OPFFICER. 'Four. officers belonging to' a .'est"'Tndian' regiment had gone on a day's holiday to visit a comrade, whoA commanded a detachment: stationed.at an outpost, ofnan island. situated about eight miles from head quarters.. It was on their return, in the evening, that the circumstances referred to occurred. They had taken wvith themitwo native. soldiers to act as -b.oatmen, a duty with which they were fami liar; and as their bark wasI tight. and sound, the breeze: and: tide favourable, and they them selves enlivened by the cheerful day they had 'spent with a favourite brother'officer, all for a .time went well.' My.friend -Elton knew 'the course wJll?; and, acting :as steersmran, had conducted ;them safelytmore'· than hlialf the * a They, had -rencliod -a long: awampy islandi of minangroves-the -extreme -:point' of which was nearly opposite the. barracks?'of the depot, though- separated- from them by a channel more than.a mil...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1860. NAPOLEONIC POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

SAT?n?f'A?,A-, cTOBJR 27th, 1860. NAPOLEO.NIC ~OLICY;.'., WHni a :persoli i 4found; either in' real life or romanice, :.conin dally 'boasting that he .is' a gentleman or a man of courage, society at once sets him' down as an adventurer or a poltroon. We are :all on? our guard against patriots wvhod:liave a disinterested love of the people, .and martyrs who will undergo any amount of suffering in a good cause. Even the quack 'doctor at a fair does not blow his own trtuinpet; and as. a rule any man, or any body of men, who are obliged to have recourse to the doubtful expedient. of selfssertion,. or who pa rade their own praises a~ rofessions, will soon find that, the .?o .scorn I,:" 'it of tact ' 'iichli Louis 14POLEON has addressed to Count P?sIGtr:, :his Ambassador at the Court f iSt;r 'James, and which has. been, opied inito almost: every journal- in the United Kingdom and its dependencies. [f 'nythlig were wanited to' strengthen 1 the feeling: -of 'distriust'; hich .prevails hroug...

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GOULBURN. Goulburn, 24th Oct., 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

-U-. GOULBURN. (From our own Correspondeit.) Goulburn, 24th Oct., 1860. The anniversary of theo Goulburn Band of ae should have been celebrated ,to-day, in" usual way : a procession through the streets he town, with banners, speeches, &c., and" -nio. They are great advocates for cold r ;:but I fancy they did not much relish eing forced upon them this morning when pious shower falling for nearly three hours ented their joyous proceedings. dignation is very properly felt, and ex sed too, at the frequency of prisoners un sentence making their escape. Unless e more effective means are taken to prevent an appear to be at present in use, we shall Ltfiin to O0pcot the oo?,nnn,,,o. o a T?mft f course.' Three ruffians of this class-one arently a desperado,-cscaped yesterday le being escorted on their way to Cockatoo. Sfault seems in a great measure to be in the simony of our Government in conveying :n to their appointed quarters. The only at policy to pursue with regard to this sort ...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

'n'n BEAn's PAw.-Otiur local quidnunca Se been sadly puzzled during the past few -a to account for the finding of a bear's paw T. de. Park. The police, too, have been in t:-, tigable in their investigations. No one lost a bear, for the simple reason that no r in the city has one to lose,always except ! ,the dancing bear. The proprietor of the Joseph Banks Hotel has made no sign ; L t the. question naturally arises-- if' there be no bear in the city excepi the dancing bel Q4 and if the proprietor of the Sir TJoseph Ban?k Hotel at Botany st.lt displays his ursine fa vourite, equippel with his fill quota of Tei W wvhere; did this bear's paýw com, 1froii ? 2 membr'r of the detective force, an.xious to ao! the enigma, w~iRi i oi the Governemnt curator yesterday, to :L :cIrtar n whetir the ." paw wa: a pawt" or i- ?'.?:?n '" hand ; '-be 'curale and assistanr' ir t..:I ?aisfied th?aiit is a "bear's piw,'" whic. h Ld beeau in r2;eparat~iTon for "' stutiing" or " scthinl up." T'i. , thisi i ...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

- .dd agrid .td . T?? TITLa oF ESQUIRE.-Rcal esquires are of seven sorts;--1. Esquires of the king's 1ody, whose number is limited to four. 2. The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons born during their life-time. It would seem, that in the days of ancient warfare, the knight often took his eldest son into the wars for the purpose of giving him a practical mili tary education, employing him meanwhile as his esquire. 8. The eldest sons of the younger sons of peers of the realm. 4. Such as the king invests with the collar of SS, including the kings of arms, heralds, &c. The dignity of esquire was conferred by Henry IV and his successors, by the investiture of the collar and the gift of a pair of siiver spurs. Gower, the poet, was such an esquire by creation. 5. Esquires to the kkight 1lor the Bath, for. life, and their eldest sons. 6. Sheriffs of counties, for life, coroners and justices of the peace, and gentlemen of the royal household, while they continue in their r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Sydney, 124rd. Oc(ib.zr,. 1s80. Ocn? colondlid Z ouse of Lords, c L:!.?i?er;g,- as ir. LI'ng ' would wv, not f fw" fc':uiiuil old aii n, rap'par o to think the ell' w'vv theyt have ,F: dv-3.0!pi:nZ wu theya U t'rm' "' the, :''vaserva 'c 1e ..1m:e1t0," is by a Ulit and 1' ejiumed op position , :h' feelixng and e::;'': ?f the. Lower lby .. The /g:0a, " bill, it is now {Cl.ievedo,ur len T,: -l I as they are, wali1' nvercr pa?s. must be got rid of, the event, ' l ' r:_i,v Isy reduced to the necessity (r ? ih:ii :, td i by the Premier) of swamping t? .: o::: w'it new'members to act as an .:an .:.;l r... . On Thursday, Mr. Deas :i:u;ml,.:un morve the second reading of the Churti f E..r nglani Synod's Bill.' Theefftct of bthie aili if .1 oed, would be to give to, BisbUp Bnarkc'r si?ailar 'absolit.n opprdpsientioal pOa..r. t^ ilu . l T" :?a by the Pope, and that u.il, th esa ctton o. lawv. The gentleman c):i , . z ? ,jleiv interested in the matter, tlhe ."i'- : hl rensell, with that modesty...

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European Extracts. ALEXANDER DUMAS IN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

ALEXANDER DUMAS IN ITALY. Of the many striking figures which move upon the stage of the Sicilian campaign, the most grotesque is that of Alexandre Dumas. Curious glimpses of him are obtained through the letters of corredpondents, especially as he appears on the deck of his yatch, surrounded by his dogs, and his birds, and his monkeys, and his photographers, and servants, &c. Let ,ters from Dumas himself are published occa sionally in the journals. The following is a very amusing one, though the narration is scarcely to be accepted as literally histori cal: cal Bay of Naples, July 81at. My dear Carlni,-I don't know when you were in Naples, but yOu Would not know it again. Listen to my narrative. .I whoi had the honour of being, sentenced to four years thigalleys by bis Majesty King Ferdinand. The Pan .llippe had scarcely cast aichor here, when crowds of peo ple rushed upon the dcckl. A man, who probably recog nised me by my looks for apatrlot, said," Monsieur, where is Gariba...

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LATEST British & Foreign News HORIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

LATEST British & Foreign News. HORIBLE TRAGEDY. A horrible trag.-dy was enacted in London on the 31st July. At an early : hur in the morning four persons resi :ding in vMznor pla'~e,, Walworth, were munrdered under dircumtstances of the ,'greatest atrocity. The murdcrcr is a yo.nomg man ktr?PA TJohn Godfrey Young i'ani, and his victims were his mother, :i's two brothers, mnd a young woman to whot: i he was paying hi:, addresses. SAbiiucix o'clock in the ornin.g a leod ger .in jhe ho' henard a s .:c?r,:, Which induced him to go "iSta.irs, wrec he t-w .the horrible speestacle of fotr dead bod's.. with their .thtrotlis cut, and hay 'n;tng stabs hi the breatst TLhe' ladlord * and the police wci- 4??then sent f.r, and Youngmnan was take? iiti;cuistody.' It appeared. that tTh single ,oti:ct of the. crime was to .obtain .,JMs-issiotn cf 100. -from an insurance office.. ra i'':&, his' "sweetheart" t6 place herself in .i. power,Youngnran planned the enterpri?? of getting.her,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Comnxciral R uik.ug Copiuy T'sirhebynotiLledtha-thisBRAN1H, -. has been e.tau;.fished, !o: the trans:;ntioan of al: usual Bankik bus,,in s. Interest si all owd on. Fixed ,Deposit a ?s Sub11jCt to three months, . riutice of writhdxawal 3 .' ceat 7i unnuni Ditt sirditto..n.,t 4 Dittot twelve ditto.... 5, Draf re issued ohi the .., Ofice, (Syd; nev);, and:onithe :aBranches-?f the Bank at Gnaulb?rn, Yass?'Morheth, Albury, Wollon ýong, Maitlatld, K?Kiaaa,. Shoalhaven, Mary croug ; ponimaiaiL Edenr. Al, upon T':i.ank?? bf Victoia, Melbo :'.ue; and upon . U VTE NCt ' MaOiger. Tratrict- dho. t'.?y: h. ,ust completed the puroba..'S ?:.1: ', . º.:eive and -aried stock, • .,· . -·:- . . . , r - , :C*,&c. 5, r;od ittt, thifkaiowledgig theencouragome t' and sripport given, to the BEE HIVE, they muf!trz~y sotlicit a conti uance of further QUEANBE .1. ABRA-AM LEVY -?EGS to infbrma the inhabitants of this, ad ..the surrounding districts, that he has made great additions to his :dreadr LXTES...

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CHINA. COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

CiINA. - COM ENCFMrYT OF5' I.OiSTILlrn,9. WNYehave Flpi-er fom Honi-Kong to the' Tu; OV sr&cTrad'e Rep4d of that date giros Z:-e f_ o ing as the latedirtrn the Sieat (nr. tbhe th of Angust the allies ad aneed ('n tithe -0:. d ramp, which was situated' miriwa- ,at?e:r:e,'- t.ht-ang and Talu. On their a' ua. ,F the Tartar cavalry.,boldly sal=. lied onut t; i-' them. 'e-Ie Britishcavalry immedietly charged ut'trly routing, andi dispertf i, .e IQ?.tars. wh," fled in all direc-a tiors icr refu.e. The allies then stonnedand?d took 'te cl tp, the. enemy nrt.iring through an openin~g jud :icusly left 1br such an event;and. entret-ch,:d ti Cbeselvesi in some villages :'ard by. From these ethey were dislodged :arzd .puut'ned luit ' ihei took shelter under the of the '.~:ckn forts; which appearing for mn,'cab'e and well dlfended, were not then a;tck.:. ;O.. tb, e .5th, thowever, a grand attack ?r?i'=. t ..be iad. on these forts. The ?frels u!:f.~-arried uut thei' threat of attacking i ...

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DIABOLICAL WORK OF THE DRUSES. 15,000 CHRISTIANS MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

DIABOLICAL WO~rOR OF TIE DRUSES. 15,000 CHRISTIANS NT~RDEJED. The '-Union Franec montoise publihes the following letter from Father Rius seau; missionary in Syria, dated Sada, the 4th :-" .The populIatioi of the trwn of. Zahle :from12,0o 0A- _15Q000 ii noa ber, all Christians, twice repelled an ii tack of the Druses; ;but on-a third :E tempt the latter had recourse to a strx. tagem which succeeded. ]Knowingthit the Christians expected reinforcementi, they p: eptred banners bearing the Cross, a'. placed them at the head cf n band cf 2000 men, who, .in disgn'se, mnrche_ cowards Zable, singing the 'tE triotic .Ige of the Chr?si *.:- The in-, habitantu of the town, deceived by the trick, ad,'anced to: meet them, but the Druses -received them witl' a volley of muset. ry, after which, rushing on themn with drawn swords, they 'slaughtered many, and put the rest.to flight. .Soine days r:eviously'to this .the women and. chi.ld"rn retired into the mountains, as that th:. zarssacre wa iiot so ...

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Letters to the Editor. [It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to our Correspondents' communications we do not necessarily endorse their opinions., It is requested that whether or not Correspondents choose to affix their signatures to articles offered for insertion, every writer will authenticate his communication by giving his name to the Editors, otherwise such communication can[?] inserted.] [ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Letters to the Editor - It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to our Correspondents' communications we do not neces- sarily endorse their opinions. It is requested that, whether or not Correspondents choose to affix their signatures to articles offered for insertion, every writer will authenticate his communication by giving his name to the Editors, otherwise such communication cannot be inserted.]   [ADVERTISEMENT.]       TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir, A leader in the "Sydney Morning Herald" of October 18th, on the subject of the capricious and severe treatment of Fullford by the Mait- land bench, for a venial offence, contains remarks so apposite to the manner in which the Quean- beyan bench have, not long ago, inconsiderately dealt with one Johnson, who had really committed no moral offence at all,--merely lit his pipe at a fire left by some traveller on the road side; that I must request you to insert...

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