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EARL ST. GERMAIN'S COERCION BILL FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

EARL ST. GERMAIN'S COERCION BILL FOR IRELAND. Ah, Ireland !.. "Thou art so bare and full of wretchedness ! '-? famine is in thy cheeks, Need and oppression starveth in thy eyes. Upon' thy back hangs ragged misery, England is not thy friend, nor England's law My1 Lord,-What' morbid spirit of cruelty i mischief has entered your distracted brain,',; urged you on to propose a measure that will rc up all Ireland in indignation, and expose Engl to (langer indescribable ? ' Ireland, faint and bleeding under our misn asks for a little balm to soothe her sorrows, and ; ofter her a handful of rue. She uncovers her fest ing wounds, and you pour" vitriol into them inst of oil. She humbly, craves a' part of that freed which has been given to Ute West Indian slave, a you haughtily point to tlie prison and die gibbet. It is not enough, my Lord, to have laid her nc monasteries in ruins P-to have seized upon all I valuable church property P-to have alienated ,1 charitable funds, and given them for t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

I ' xo Correspondents. 'í,._,i[[, . | JDBHOCKS is l y Wlíisker ont oî Munda-Matilda .LySteeltrap out of ;Vealo. : . - : ? tt.i :;tiv ÀH QI.D SUBSOTUJIEB m list favor us, as'we Teqnes ted . last .we¡okT-of/coirrse rtio.strictest; secrcey willie; öllsorved. , ' .. _.' ,.;. f£3f Once, more' we Wye towhee our Agencio for*. ' word die various amounts collected. J j _

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

1 BELL'S "LIFE IN SYDNEY. >'.??? SATURDAY; SÉPTÉMBEB 5, 184*6.' ggy.- In consequence pf a>press tf.aäuer* "tîàbà^tiiaï\'tt'''l^iu7wi^'t 'toe are com-' . petted to p¿'sfyónex^

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

?I To thè'iEditér bf 'Belts 'Ljfé vt'Sydney, j a SiBj^I, am convinced '.that ,1 cannot I lodge' my complaint in. better hands than i yours.^ ,¡,It/,i» .excessively annoying that a j set of:puppies, who would. be thought to know, everything, should .attend public ' concerts, and .by keeping up a coutiniifd noisy and fa se criticism on a science it is Iimpossible they can comprehend, disturb tile quiet part of the audience who wish to listï'u.and bo pleased with the music. If you eau give a lesson of propriety to these. self-coustituted connoisseurs, you »viii confer a favour on the public generally. - . - , Your's truhv ; u I ' AUDITOR.1 I

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

JA TO the Editor pf''¡Bell's Life in, Sydney. . SIR,'-In last week's Morning Herat 1 observed a long letter from Mr. Stewai Donaldson, complaining of the Admirait Court's detention of vessels, trouble t agents, &c., brought on, as he terms then ... ' by the simple and misguided men-mei chant seamen. ; - Now in respect to these being misguided it is a question that can only be proved b .> . -the- Attorney*'e'nip1syedi*T.'Sïit" sliou td tho gentleman succeed in getting them even i .j part of their hard-earned piuoooo, it wouli ||'. -be better than nothing. - rr - mp ? Às tb their simplicity; we quite agree will P . Mri D.; for who.bur a-sailor would worl ii like a slave for twolyears,'perhaps with ; -. ? gentle sprinkling of abuse, and often time degradation, and afterwards allow hinisel with impunity to be shuffled out of hi rñoney by the excuse of some trifling deri ; ; lection of duty,.'which most, probably lu - was goaded to by his manly and humum captain ? ' I do ; not...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

.-.??ir ' -original Corresponäence' "1- ' '' H f/J"""?*; The Kditordbes not'identify himself with ¿ny . opitiiona espressediibyi hts 'Gorresponde*nts,:!bat t.. merely, gives .inserfiou., to such.Gouininuicatious as seem entilled'to public consideration., , . >r 1.(1/ ,;nut i:» ;ftui»<>'tii «I « eotru hr..-u ni!

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. . ' .; :. . 'Xtaces.to Como. ( . ;; . : ., . Five Dock 1./iV:.'."'Í7in'iiníl 18t¿ Sept./ .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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A MAX ED BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

pw Thursday , evening last,a ' fashjdna'bj.e hssortineii't'bf the"'.' bcracy met'lo cèlè-^ prate the'' 'natal 'day "bf Mister Çeorge' Tit tertön " son 'of'tííe Coüíi'cil lor (Common) Íot;U^iiaúi¿^ará::'[/ "';'",'". ~ V/^'' j ^The seíect circle shortly héfqjçé,lg p. ¿ii.,, pegan' tb arrive' at the,I" oyal 'Hotel, where, the Ball ! ! was to lie Velebratefl, liy. the po less'.cejeliräted assortment qf^Hi,';, H¿3, Hose ,..'"'axea",' and', amongst, rth'e. 'ear'ligst arrivals, we were pjeased to observe ¡s'ome of. ilié , v'éry. earliest arrivals in the [ Colony^ showing' at a glance the "truth', pl., the old elementary v axiom-" Things which, are equal to the same'thing; are equal to ,bne inother." . . ., .', . ". .. : The long-room at the. above-named renT, dczvous was decorated with an abundance pf SCHUB ; and though the tables cannot be said to have groaned beneath the pressure of the, usual viands, we must admit/ that sundry; sounds strongly resembling, groans were..distinctly audible...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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FIVE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

i^. FIVE DOCK.' : : OWING td some unaccountable blunder, the night of Entry had been advertised for' Wednesday I'"'September the ?' lst^so'that; the day hot' according with'the datcV thé; \ books were necessarily kept'open ''during' ' the appointed ^hour's on both Tuesdáy;arid Wednesday'last,; when Hhe'ibllpwing'-horses" ?\yere nominated :- ";_'' ' ' ". ';' " i -''-' ', ,: IIVRKÀWAY' STAKES. I !...;> Mri King's r. gi Wallaby: 1 . ; _;\ -, Mr.,Brown's li.' g..British.Yeoman »1 ;\ ?;. /Mr. B.' .Udderwood's «.""g. Sam Slick.. MrV G.' C. Turner's b. g. Slasher." ," 't. [ , ... ', j \ 'n"':-'r,";'riy¿i ¿ói^;'^TAKHI^'?]f**'' .;."'. -, ¡ afr; Ba'dgery'sb.g.Junibiig V ': " '?'.. - j .. . . Mr.'Uuderwooi's n~¿'_ííani Slick' _s'.. ;',-- -, , ! ,... MT-. Kino's rr g. Wallaby. ; 1 Mr. Heal y's nu. b. g. The Doctor. :. ,1 Mr. H. Chambers'br. g. Tally-Ho t ¿ t _'' '"?''.'!:";- 'iÍADiEs|'¥uns.¿.'.'. '' .. ;''' 5 f 5 Mr/Badgery's'bi'gl Xorrbcks " 1 ; ' .. ; j . - Mr. Downes': br. f. Lady Teres o...

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[?] "Price Curren[?] CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

Settlers' Price Current - Cattle       Owner. No. " Weight. Price. Purch. . Fitzsimmons 40 700 3 15 0 Argent   Boyd 50 600 3 7 6 " Templer 100 700 3 10 0 Raper & Merret Spicer 90 600 2 10 0 Cleeve.       Cornish JO 700 3 15 3 "       HAY AND COHN MARKET« . . Hny, 00 louds, from äs. Od. to Us. Gd, average Os. Od. per cwt. ' Straw, G loads, from ,4s. Od. to Ss. 0.1., average 4s. Od. per cwt. ' .' Wheat, 0 louds, from Os.1 Od. to 7a.-, average, Os. Od. per bushel. Oreen Dcddiug, 12 loads, from 3s. Od. to 7s. Od. per load. Green Fodder, 40 lands, from Od. to lOil. per doz. bundles, wholesale. Pigs, 28, from 4d. per lb. j Cows, 0, from 30s. to 80s. each. Calves, 3, from 20s. to 21s. each. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

R,, NOTT, Wholesale and Retail. Tin-plate . : .Worker,.533, George-street, opposite the, Old Treasury." Thé largest assortaient of\ TIN WARE :in Sydney cbnsianily bli hand;' comprising every article required-' for - Ute Store or Station. Country Order executed vith dispatch.. < . ? ¡ 1S2 T, AMP..SHADES.-Just (Opened, ,T¿vo .Cases.ot JLi SOLAR Stí.VD'ES,'O^to 8 inches ¿aíso'Solar Cliituriies WUl'itóii?"" Sp'éhn'aiid "JÍla¿lc"Oií''in any qoantity-^Bt lt.- NOTT'S Ironmongery Ware house, 0'42,. Georjersurect. -:;:Í : ,-. 183; ... CLOTHES; ÎJ§JB$,"~"""7 ICA LL upon ilia uiusea>rbile to aid tua tu .a dilly, To sing in praise of oue whose name is famous in Ibis City ; . ?/ -, ? On such a theme a poet would ehJeavour to compose : *~'lhies? ' -<': '?<:?' :.«: - And aa'my lines are all on clothes, why I,shall cali ,,; them clothes lines ; Some say the rimes are Very hird, hut such the cry was ever. And always will be, says your bard in spile of man's endeav...

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The Old Rifleman's Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

1 Xne Old Ctaemao'i Corner, """"j I ritt, assiired that tli** following passage inHliiiJfeifly career of tîie celebrated,Martin Diezya Spanish Rifleman, will satisfy.roy readers this'weekfeqnally, if'not better than npy ,other.'dish I could _serv.e up. It is taken fron? Black.wood.:; . r - : TflE' TREÁSOIÍE-CONVOT ; A t"ASSAGK _IK 'THE EAIUÁ* 'CAREER OF TBE IJIPE ^NAÜ'O.''['_ y ' Amongst the various- incidents which console' the" private soldier OTT active service for ¡frequent bad quarters and short com irjfths, one of thermost agreeable perhaps in his eyes is. the occasional chance of a little fair1 plunder, wîièn it- can be obtained without tob ' great a ' contravention of the rules'of discipline. Thus the sack bf ,;a town may be reckoned as a seUoff against .a mon iii or two of half rations or rainy bi- vouacs ; a score of gold pieces found in the girdle' of a fallen enemy, would help to efface, the disagreeable recollection of a prolonged; absence of: the , wine-flask, and cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

On Mondar last, by special license, by the Rev. Mr. Adair, Air. Michael liria», Tor n long time the successful rider of the celebiated old Jorricks.to .Miss Catherin Colin, a prepossessing and lovely damsel of this town. The uuptiuls were celebrated at Sttrrabrt Hall, where the happy pair in the even. Ung entertained a large circle bf their friend«.. The \ mahogany, thauks to the promptitude atid etiicieucy of thé worthy hostess, groaned, tinder the weight bf ; luxuriunsedibles; aud he who'would not enjoy the .: feast of reason wy! flow of sherry, must have indeed been an epicure extraordinary. Our friend Mickey ' is. now. to all appeuruuee well mounted, but he must remember,the contest will be over a much ronth?r cou'rsotthau 'Homebush, uud we sincerely trust he ' will ûke the precaution to use the ciirb rein on the Tpjnig.lliiir. wltl) .the same east and dexterity .that he waa wout tb; do. when roonnted on the old horse. " . :. »xx» .!??.-,' , -:? .'At her résidence yesterday,Vfte...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

snipping: Intelligence. I ' : ' AB RIVALS. ' - ? . AUGUST 29.-Emma, brig, 121.tons, Fox, master, ¡from Adelaide, the 20th instant. . -i¡) ' ''30.-Tamar,130 tou'sj Allen/master, from More Jon-Bay, the 27th: instant ? . -'.?< -' i - 30.-Kate','schooner, fil-tons, Salmon, master,' : from Port Nicholson'the Otb, and Cloudy Bay: the ;14fh instant. ..- ?..... u. . ;.:< i' j -, 31.-Mary,' schooner, 140 tons, Price,'master,' from Norfolk Island tbo.lüth instant.. -"....: 31.-James'and'Amelia,--cutter, Meggen,'master, ' from Boyd Town. .:. . i.- . . . vDEPARTURES. "' j . AUGUST 20'.-H. M. S. Carysfort, 20 guri«; Capt. ' George Seymour, for Auckland and-Valparaiso.' ' j 20.-Hoogly,Âmerieàn'b'àrqtië.àOa tóns.'Towñs-' ' cud,'master, for the'Sonth Sea Fishery.'"- '!l . ¡¡oí_Rebecca, sohoouèr,74 tous,M" Veigh, master, ' for. Hobart Town. .; ' ' , ~ "' 30.-Christina, brig, ISO tons. Saunders, master, i for Port Phillip." ' ' ' ''_' '_' *-. * 30.--Wuterlily,8ehoouer,l.r)5 tons...

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Yankee Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

;. TriEntE x.--What wiíi Barclay nuil Perkins say !wh'eiY.they ' licar ' that ot lthodo Island .tli'e'be'ur'ls",'1 brewed so strong that ^requires- litncB' 'mon 'tov^ blow, the hcad'orf a pot of porter,' and- they- nmstibo'^ tolerably,long winced I. , ... ,.,.),; ,, ' BAD TjMEs.T^îrhe.Wheelîu'g Times say S,/','.",''! jp,, , .times are sp hard.* and payments are so. rare, thaï \ .the gfrls down'oast'cohi'plahï'that tho youiig'lnen ' 'cannot oven >ÀYrtheir liddresses." :: < ''. ''.> iioiii-i AGASVOVDISTKESS.-A'pbor'Yiinkeo,'du being'' asked'tho nature of b'is distress, replied, '. that he . had/flyo-purs. and; ono; i.y.-to. wit, ouTjOfipçnoy ¡ and OUT, of clothes;, our at..tho heels and our ut tuoioes; OUT tif money iind'tx 'debt- ','' , How ' TO ' à ET ' A Li'KT. - " Pray," said Mr. - to 'a' ' ' gentleman ho overtook on thc road, " will'yon' have' tho coinplaisnuoe to' toko my groat-coat inlyo*ur:> carriage-to town 1", ''.Willi pleasure, my, dear.str.î- i, btifhow...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

. country Newa," j ! [»ROM ovn ows connËsro^D'sST3,"l WINDSOR.- : We are gratified to find that our res-! pected townsman Mr. Rowland Hassal, lias taken, and opened those spacious stores in George-street, lately ô'ccùpîed by Mr. Thomas ftl'Donald, vhere he.ilintends to supply every article of merchandize in the wholesale way at Sydney prices. This will indeed be an advantageous competi- tion to the publicans und dealers in this district, who have hitherto been compelled lo pay stinging profits for ev.^ry little neces- sary required. The respecability of this gentleman's connexions in. this neighbour .hood, will we think be a sufficient guaran- tee for the honor of the establisment, und we sincerely trust this euterptising young man, will meet with that share of "public patronage he so justly merits. BILLIARDS.-On Snturday last, Mr.. George Freeman of the Cricketer's Arms, Inn, obtained a billiard license. We un- derstand Mr. F. has purchased a very su- perior table, and intends fitt...

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AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

' ?".,< -.? .,«;..,.-!rfan^.-,Tpa-Wi: . - ?-..?? ',<. . AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL. WE ,lia ve received ' ¿lie second 'nu rn ber < this periodical, and though disposed tb gh .every . 'encouragement '.iii -Our .powerto .Voirk whose'objcct is so commendable, wi fear, that the' Profession generally seem ir disYiosè|cl to co-operate in furnishing réaft interesting mà(enàll and that consequent) its success becomes a matter of doubt. .'Passing over, the leading.article und« the libading'of Ferocity of the Believe lent," (a subject by the way'rather thread bare,) and a case of Dysentery, appareiitl from the Case Book of Mr. Brooks, w find several valuable extracts from th Zonäon Medical Times, and but two com îiiuriicatibns bf mihor import' from the Joca Faculty;, , The first of these-a case of .Úterin Homotvfiage,,as an .editorial note explains .'.not very remni kable in itself"-emanate from à Mr. Clark, of Penrith, wjio,,in ou bumble opinion, has impruden...

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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENTS.] WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

j *?,.. ?' coontTT Wow».- ii' o '-"*"'.' [FÍIÓM OOH'; ÓWTÍ CÓBUBSVO'XDDNTS."] J,For.:Wbo:¡n,1oftynurnberacan.,nrP.s3 ..;o,( fiSThe bard who soars to, KULOOIZK un ass ?,.,,,:, : How well llie subject snUs bis noble ininJ!- .,f . A fellow feeling nmkea qs wondrous kiuil. .. . 'We perceive pur " ancient friend" of Derry-stomj-;' i jng celebrity, aud'pn^^ ; mother's oracle'.' in York-street,- hss. in O,--BUSISË?S ,.. kñid-of- a why,: ñndertsken Ihè sorinring ofHiis , friend, -? * 's, most moral phizog, by the deter- gent .aid or rt KITCHEN dishclout. - This moire'than . herculean task involuntarily leads backjour memory : to a display of the juggler's sleight, who, having: blown the brassy contents of a magic box in to"-"re- fined gold," invited:an admiring clown .to a similar: ' essay of his skill. Bumpkin complied, but in lieu' of a similar result to.tho blast, rt volume-of sable element rose from the1 profundity of the talismanic box to the. operator's face, from whence our juggler i...

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THE TURF. [CONTINUED.] AS TO NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

i, rtt^^^^HE TURF. ' ,.; ' C ! AS TO NOMINATIONS. : 17. In hil nominations amt entrances for'stokes, auhsoriptlorlB,' omi plates, of borstal'&ç.TOÙÏCÛ liavo not started before the'time of naming," br entering, the sireldarnj «ñagiaiulnm oYáyKówe,'&cVnái»ea dr entered must bo mentioned,'if kuown',; unless, thé dam hos a'narno which is tb bo fohmd iii the Stiid Book or'Uaoiiig Calendiir^in'which case the .natue of tho sire and daru will be sufficient. If the horse', icc' named or entered be own brother or sister to any horse, See', having a name in tho Stud Book or Racing Calendar, it, will bo sufficient.to nanio it ns such. If the dara pr grandam be sister (but Which sister must bb specified, if there bo moro thau puo)A or'ilara ot grandam ¿if any horse, iee. haying a name in tho Stud-Book or Racing Calendar, it will ibo sufficient to meutipn lier os. .such.., If the dam pr grandam is not known, the siroj of¡ tho horse', ¿Vc., must bó mnntíóuod, together with such oth...

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NEW ZEALAND. ENGAGEMENT WITH RANGIHAEATA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

;,-ENGAGEMENT - WITH /. HANGIIIAE ATA;. V OK gMond'ày,'and' Tuesday last, the friendly, natives were, thrown out from thc. encampment at.Párra matta, as scouts. They retiirued and reported to his . Excellency that, Bangihaeata had evacuated a position recently occupied, aud retreated further into tho. country. At his last resting place, thc fires were still burning, and a qunuiity of potatoes were left cooking^ tending to.thu supposition that on'the approach, of tb'q scouts he had made a precipitate retreat. ' "''J''. "'"' "''"" * ' ': On' Wednesday, a force of m'ó'ro'ih'ari'.300 inori,. consisting of. military,' bluo jackets, and civilians,' tinder the commaud of Major Lost, started off iii pursuit, his Kxcelje'ncy'c'^ accompanying the party. On Thursday afternoon the forces came up with!- Rabgihueuta's ' scouts, and a skirmish im- mediately ensued. The firing commenced at three o'clock; and lasiedillll' eight,' when both patties sus- pended o^eratiDiis; till morning.: '^ti j' : We...

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