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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

« m - MAITLAND -CIRCUIT COURT, (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) , This Eourt was opened on Wednesday last before fais Honor the Chief Justice, at half-past " twelve. ": - ,. . . * * John Smi h and John Rideout were placed at tbife. bar, «nd arraigned on a charge o£putiing one John Lumley in bodily fear on the lOtb August, and of robbing him of one gold watch, one chain, eight shillings in silver, ami two orders, ^one for jt'6>£a* 3a*. and the ether for tèà shillings. .Ahe prisoner Smith pleaded guflty to the charge, and-. Ridèout pleaded nOt guof* The Solicitor General opened the ease.\ % .John Lumley, deposed ; I am on" inn keeper at -Singleton Aboutf two miles from Black Creek on the other side from here, I was stopped on the road ç I saw the mail standing still the coachman was elf bia seat, and a passenger getting off ; I turned round, but before 1 did se, saw one of the men coming after me. 1 gat loped off but the man pursued me and said he would shoot me if I did not s...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

^ public competition, on Monday, ltbe A2th instant, at the residence of J TV BELL, ^Ës^; who lt about to remore into .the interior of the Colony, the following ^alujabiéjs^ useful Property, in fir3t-rate conditior^^^ set of Mahogany dining ta bles ; 1 ^^top carpet and hearth rug ; 1 Piano Forte ; ! 4 post bedstead; 1 Eng lish-built gig--with MAIL Boxfca'; silver plated liquor stand ; silver table and tea ^spoous-cream ewer-butter |ub-sugar tongs. &c. ; pair plated candlestick and snuffers ; meat covers ; a chest of drawers ; ^crockery, harness bows and yokes, baga, with many other useful articles. Sale to commence at ll o'clock* r .;. Terms^CAsà ^naloCifllâèpt. , , . NOTÍCE. ,.;n IF Joba Alcorn doe« tot redeem à Coat, and Trowsers ordered, an à which has been made up for him by rne on the^nd of August last, I will cause them Jto be sold by Phbltc Auction in seven dfjrs jfrom this date-at kif risk, the charge lor this advertisement and other èxpences to be included. ,. , D. B...

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THE FLORENTINE MERCHANT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

t%b^f$l^^lc.and r discourage volun MF^^K^1^^ A© cultivation "\©f 4gratcftt1r4emper is a consideration Imf public imfiortance. francis Fresco ed, a Florentine ni^rjMiij., descended ! mt i^ob1e<fajnily ia Wtp^^iad gaineji j a plentiful fortune, of which he was li beral hapderi to all in necessity ; which ^ein^weílktiowií $o othres, (hough cou * ceaiell by himself, a young stranger ap ^ plied to him for charity. Signor Fres t cobald seeing something in his counte nance which appeared more than or dinary, overlooked his tattered clothes ; ^ and compassionating his circumstances, * asked him " W.hat he was, and of what country ?" «' I am/" answered the young . man, ?* a native of England : my name ;> is Thomas Cromwell, and my father-in law is a poor sheerman* I left my coun try to seek my fortune Î came with the ; French army that were routed at Gaty lion,where 1 was page to a foot soldier & caried his pike and burgonet" Fresco ,t bald commisserating his necessitie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

CATALOGUE of the Windsor l|| brary-Macquarie-street * Caries O'Mally, by Lever ; Harry Lor: 9óert ditto ; Arthur , O'Leary, do,; O'Do: ?oboe, do ; Tales of the Crusades, 4 vol«, by s*r tWalter cott ; Pirale,2 vol do$ Peveraj of lhe Peffe 3 vol do ; Fortunes of .Nigel, 3 v°!s. ; Jp^Maid of Perth, 2 vol do ; Guy Mannering, 2 vols do ; ¿Kennil worth* 3 vols ao ; Old Mortality, vol |do y Heart of Mid ^otüian, 2 vol do ; Quinten Derward, 2 vol <Jo ; Black Dwarf 1 vol do¡; Wave^, 3 vola do í Woodstock, ÎÎ vols do ; lvan^p, 2voía do ; Legends $>f Montrose^ t vo^po ^ |St Honan s Well, 2 vols do^^tiauar^, 2 iréis do; Rob Roy,2v^lsdo^íe^Graántlet¿ 2 "?ois do ; Monastery :'Ûvol- do ; Abbot, 2 vol dP ; Count , obert Paris^-Cas^e Dan^eto^is,-S|jij|jMr>. daughter,., in one V#t>v*., Headsman, i ! vol, written by Copper .; Bordérers, or Wept on Wishton, 2 Vols do ; Lionel Lineóle», I vol do j Caridi^ «al Poles, 1 vol i Country Cátate «,2 v Magazines 1789,, W Vols ; do^Sportkig f...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

The QueerájgfcpreieiUed the country wjth a not har pnjjfess. The birth took place on the àfter&m of Monday, the \MBï\\ Ma^» at 5 -rnfSmi before three« ilib'e-ioo'm^ithlier'Äfi^ft^ werePrinee Albert, Dr. Lococií, auoV^rs. Lilly, the monthly nurg*e j and K^ke **boms adjoining were, tbe dthcfc medi^fedtçind^ ants-Sir Janies Clark and Ûr. <f&rgu son, and also the Duchess of KfiQU th« Lady in Waiting on the Queen, and the Ministers arid Officers ( f átale1 summon ed ohr the occasion ¿ Ön the *26th M ay thé following bulle ititi was ÎSsûed :-4 ' The Queen has slept , perfectly »welli- Her Majesty arid the infant princes^ are going on favorably* ^Ibe Corn Bill was progressing slow!y in the House of Lords, and the Times seems confident that the boldness of Lord Stanley's opposition^ aád that of i thë Other Peers, is the hearty conviction ,on rtbeir pjtrts that. Jt.will prove of no j j avail.; The debate was adjourned on j, Tuesday the'26th to Thursday, the 27th Wa...

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RAYMOND TERRACE. [From the Maitland Mercury] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

ïî À Y M O N f> T ii II R ATC E# » [Eïoïii the Maitland Mercury] Dr* Leichardt and his exploring pari Varied on Saturday last, on their e* Jtedilion overland to Swan River (under "ken at the sole expense of this intre pid Explorer of the wilderness,) th »greatest interior adventure of the kin< -yet undertaken in the colony. In Un pàrty is Mr. Hely, son of the late F. A Hely, Esq, superintendent of prisoners, and Af r. Bunco,an experienced botani ftri) collector, lately in Van Diemen's "land, Port Phillip, and the Cape oi Cobd Hope« They landed on Friday at Raymond Terrace. Ön the following jnoifting their first movement was to Mr jttingV, at Irrawang, where the greater 'part of the I brses had been caking, the 'arrival of Dr. Leichardt and party -, from ih#licrlh% made their final departure, ¡with the intention bf cal I i hg at Stroud jfor mules and goats, and at Moreton Ba^r for fat oxen* and sooae oth^|supplies sent from Sydney hy sea, wVerê thf^ "will be joined by M...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

WINDSOR PÖMOS" RBPQRf, TUESDAt, -OC*, lâ. v Bridget Maclean pleaded guilty tfc a charge of drunkenness,and was discharged inconsequence of being confined since the previous Sunday Susannah Fletcher would not adroit thai she wns in estate of fuzziness in Macquarie stréet on Saturday night Although Coir.* stable Skully deposed to the fact to the satisfaction of the beneh ; and it also hat:' ing come to thejknowledge of his Worship that Susan uah pan* been levying contributi: ons on the charitable inhabitants of the town wherewith to be enabled to commit the teroalns of her dear husband to the grave, which wea only a emt. for getting i drunk, he would send her to the celia for ls hours. . , . ; , jVi ary Wilford also pleaded that aha «rae - not in a state of obfuscation as a naughty j constable endeavoured tb mate it appear She had only tasted a glass of the water of oblivion, which had only weakened her cot: poreal understandings îusteàd of allaying j her mental powers, which., she «a...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THUSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1846. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

Mr «ora» THURSDAY, ÖCTOBEE i5, Í846. ; " -,. LATENT ENGLISH NEWS _ Theijondbn Mali of the fob May -ääft&* fxieüten^ Gipps will :|be appointed Commanding Tiugineer at ; Woölwteb»Vacant "by the retirement of /Lient. Colonel George Barn ay A proclamation has been i«sned by the xQuee« directing the distribution of the pri ces captured from the enemy in successful atterapts for the abolition of the slave trade« Officers, men and boys are 'to partake In the Commons on the 8th June Sir W, Rommel ville mored the rejection pf the ftrish Coercion Bill on Its second reading In the debate Lord G. Benticksaid he and his ça r ty wo ul n join the Whigs, and that the moment was come to humble the Peel Administration, lt was also stated iü the Glob« that Ministers would be defeated io the Slave Grown Sugar and the Irish Co* .ercion Measures Pope Gregary XVI. died at Rome on the 1st Jhne~ of fever. The British Government had declared that they would not interfere in thi» war between the Ameri...

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PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, OCT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

BARRAM ATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. * UK« OAT, 6àT. 6. Samuel Holíand^was indicted for ateaf ing on tba Windsor Rö d a bushel of maiizè àod à bag, the property of Thomas Bun* dock # (juilVy-^atid sent« aced td he worked n lto»8'fo>'atk month«-.' John Htggius--indicted -fot pealing on* the 21st July at Penrith, twenty One yardi Of shirting The prisoner pleaded. puHtf and was sentenced to be worked ia ¿rona , fer six montbs v . Johannah Wright--was indicted for har lng at Richmond on the 11th August,9toleÉ à piece of print the property of Mry John Hill <»rinsell Guilty *aud sentenced tè six months* i m prison nie ut, with hard labor, in the Female Factory ; Bartholomew Dooovsn--indictecf for haying atolen at Glenfield. ,e, quantity of household furniture, fixtures &c, the pro perty of .W. Thornton-pleaded guilty, an<t was sentenced to six month s imprisonment with hard labor în Parramatta gaol : Denis Hedon-¿-was indicted for robbing bri the high road, at "W...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

5 WBBïfE8î>Alf . OCT» B^oïe -bis Honor Mr. Justfee Tberiy. Xohn Curtis-i-a private soldier of the 99t ^regiment, waa indicted, for having, at Bril bane, on the 26th of May last, assaulte one Jane Cook, a child under ten years c age, wiCh intent ta commit a rape. From th« evidence it appeared that tb< girl alluded to was the daughter of a ser *geant*of the 99th regiment, Stationed a Brisbane, and the prisoner waa a privat« aol die r in the detachment stationed at tnt same place. The assault, which waa ar aggravated one, waa clearly proved by th« evidence of the girl herself-a very inter eating and apparently Well instruotéd child, and her testimony waa confirmed by thatcher mother who happened to.come -in at th« time of the prisoner's a ttempt,a nd before he had time either to effect his es cape or to recover from his disordered Appearance. »The jury without leaving the box found > the prisoner guilty, «nd he was sentenced to he imprisoned and kept to hard labor in S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

To tjie Ladies and Gentlemen of Rich* mond, Pitt Town, and Wilberforce'" fUfK, W: W. THWAITES, MINA* TJL fruaa PAINTER, begs respectfully to intimate, that it is bis intention to pay the It/babltanta o f the above districts a personal visit early in the ensuing week, in order to ¿fiord %\t&m an opportunity of eavailin^ therasolves of "bis professional services. Aoy/communication io Writing loft* at the ». Howkesbury Courter" Office, will mest with .immediate attention. ' ' ÁPPLT to Mr. Aívdrtw Johnston, Geotgo §treet~ . Alio^Siiperiör Wbaatend Flour for 3a> it Sydnéy Price», at Mr.Si tt. Jèhneion%Forttaatf Head. > ; ' : . September 9 Itt, TO be Sold by Private .Coafract-à a valuable Allotment of L ANP iii the Town of Wiodsor, V uncled in Front, by Mew Street, lacinç the Auttraliau H ot« I, and tu the Hear by laud belonging to Mr Baker , of Sydney« For ferma-apply to Betldek. Esq, Solicitor, Windsor, (if by tatter post paid) - - - > - -. . t '-. . VACCINATION/ Hil HE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 October 1846

Ul ME w^WBwi Vf^| ^Br^^Bt ^WSS^ _ the ?íh September, a s lie Meeting oftbe inhabitants! J>f \\Cindsor, Hichmond, Wilber force, and p *of the Districts ;of the Hawkesbury ge- ' ;? nerajjy w^ COJOveQe4byplblic adver tisement, at Coffey's Homely Windsor, j ¡ fptßiß pturpoüe>* of .choosing Officers ! for the a bo ve* men thoued Association, a nd â )Sx|ng tbs. time, and place ofi holding the ¡ .nexriSbow.Meejiüig^ , . J. L Scarville, Esq, J P, in the Chair, " Thq. fojip wragk Resolulions were tina niraously acfopted * -, HI) -Mored by IVlr. James Hale and ;se,conded by Mr» J. J. Vickery. That..taking into. consideration the ac" > knowleiiged advantage which the dis trict derives from the operations of the flávvkesbury Agricultural Association sod viewing the success whichattended ' the Maiden Píoú¿hih¿ Match and show of Stock and Agricultural producé, at Clarendon, fu September last year, this Meeting determines tb continue the office of the Association, and 'agrees that - the n...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA,, -, tt is pleasing to find that thé manufac ture of sheet Lead is rapidly progressing in ;Áe colony With Mr Daer's enlarged ma chinery and encreased means he will be able to throw off 112 square feet of lead at a single casting, in order to meet the sn creaking demand , , ^ ,.. ..... The passengers just arrived per Pauline from Bremern are described as very res pectable people, chiefly from Prussia There were seven deaths on the passage, and one I man fell overboard and was drowned Wheat és 6J to 6s 10s Fine flour £18, seconds £16, potatoes £4 10 to £5. The news from Western Australia (Swan River,) is very important. Good coal»cop per, aud probably lead had been discovered, and the colonists were almost beside them selves with joy An expedition had started to explore the INoith Eastern interior The Mount Remarkable special survey of twenty thousand acres of mineral land, has been paid for at the rate of £1 per acre Theproprietors beside the ¿20,000 of purchase mo...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

State on tîie resumption of Tranépprta '¿ion lo. illira Colony on «;-ltóÍf^#ale7 has elicited pinions from the Legislative 'Council and the entire Press both as to *the wisdom or folíy the measure ; bot vtbe leading article of the AUSTRALUH of tbs 13th October instant, in our opinion, for veracity and good sense, outweighs all that has been spoken or written on 2 the interesting subject tp which it re lates. The Editor of that Journal is a ; gentleman of great Colonial experience, \ being a resident of 35 years' standing, 21 years of which "he has been the res pected head V f the Press, and the re mainder he has successfully devoted t| agricultural and cpmuiercial pursuits. As t he leader of the Pref âj M r . B A LL has conferred incálculable^enefíts on ' the Colony, arid these, at a period, too, when they were most requireo** and for which the whole cofony stands indebted to him. He has given the su%jêrt at pre sent on the tapis, his best considération, and his opinion, no doubt, w...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

INGLIS H NEWS. u The grand, much talked of steeple chase at Croix de Bernay, in France, got up by the English there, came attain great style:, h.^öth%) the wonder and delight of th* " " French, of whom, along with^ËngjUgh.there were about 100 jöÖÖ preseui V^ ÔukeW" Nemours, son of the King of the French, was amongst the spectators, surrounded by English nobieminand gentlemen. Captain, Feel was the winning rider, Stakes £ i000 Twelve horses .started many of them ridden by Knglish gentlemen. One of the latter was 65 velars of ajge Four thousand car: riages, English and French, were on tba ground * , .M ... .; .. On the 26th May Mr. Le Breton, clerk to the guardians of St Martin*« in the Fields, and Mr Leonard, the Registrar of the pa: rish, repaire^ to Buckingham Palace for the purpöje of registering the birth of the infant Princess. Hitherto the Royal pro: geny of her Most Gracious Majesty have been registered hythe St George*« officials, and wrongly registered, as the parishes divid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

HAWKESBURY STORES TO LET, APPLY to Mr. Andrew Johnston^ George Street Also--Superior Wheat and Flour for Sale *f Sydney Priées, at Mr. J.B. Johnston's, Portland Head. September 21st,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

HAS the honor, to announce, that has received instructions from NoKTh and JOHN BELL, Esquires, { Ex * cutoT to the Vt-- ill, of the late Lieute ant WÎLLÏASI BELL, Royal Veteran! to subm>t to Public Auction the fii %reek in January next, 1847, the und« mentioned valuable Properties, the pa / ticulars of which will be given in futu advertisements, %OT 1- TOWN OF WINDSOR Öi acre of Land, with extensive fronta) to Baker street and the command ir banks pf the Hawkesbury Uiver. A so, a large and well arranged Hom thereon, with out-houses complet now in the occupation of Edrauu " Burke, ESÍJ. *LOT 2-BLACK TOWN :-The estai called EPPING, late the residence < Lieutenant William Bell, Royal Vc ierans* consisting of an excellent Fa mily residence, and about 30 Acres c Land* all clefted and stumped, an divided into Paddocks, with a never failing supply of water. , The value bf the above Properties i 30 correctly estimated by the Public that further comments are unnecessary Terms l...

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A DRINKING DITTY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

^ sri ! when . -n Silt's boofq tb my Uittóg W pomp qt, afar ompanio .1er onfroi iitoie.ci Setyourrbl Vf A nd. let the _"_f: " .,, , Be formed from some old winaoaaV'a wood 5 And piece tb« chrystal goblet near him, From which he quaffed life's ruby blood ïiet him not rest ia earth's dan) p bosom, But 'neath some olustering purpler i ne ; No tre* should o'er bis relic's blossjpi. Save that which yielded sparkling wine When roan by man yon sadly follow, Old friends on earth for the last tima ; 'Stead pf *be death bell's toiling ho) lo w The goblet's music be his chime And o'er his tomb be then inscribed , A story which shall only tell,- . -, ¡ i #l Wen this man lived, he laughed,imbibed, And now,, life's banquet o'er- sleeps weÜV

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THE VALUE OF A PIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

f HE VALUE OF A PIN. R WHEH M. Laffitte went to Paris in /1778, the ejtent of His ambition was to "find a situation tn a banking-house, and ' to attain this object, he called on M. Perregaux, the rich Swiss banker, to whom he had a letter of recommendation. This gentleman had just taken possesion of the hotel of Mdlle. Gurmard, which had been put up to lottery by that lady ' and won by the fortunate banker. It , waa to this charming habitation, which has s|nce|been demolished, that ¡VI.La fine paid Ibis first visit in Paris, and, as it ^ wert, took his first step in the Parisian * world. The young provincial-poor and modest, timid and anxious, entered by that gateway which had witoessed so many of the gaieties of the las^enturyl He was introduced into the boudoir of the danseuse, then become the cabinet of the banker, and there modestly stated the object of his visit. *' It is impossible for me to admit you 5into my establishment-at least for the present," replied the banker, 4' all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

HAWKESBURY AGKICGLTERAL ON Monday, the 7th September, a Public Meeting of the inhabitants of Windsor, Richmond, Wilberforce,and of the Districts of the Hawkesbury ge nerally was convened by public adver tisement, at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor for the purpose *' pf choosing Officers for the above-mentioned Association,and fixing the time and place of holding the next Show Meeting, I J. L Scarvilie, Esq, J P, in the Chair» The followiug Resolutions were una* niraously adopted - knowledged rWdf*-~ triçt derives frpin 3hV%peVátious of th« Hawkesbury Agricultural A ssociation ; ,and viewing the success which attended the maiden Ploughing Match and Show bf Stock and Agricultural produce, at Clarendon, in September last yeer, this Meeting de terni ines to, continue, the office, of the Association, and afreej(£; that the next Ploughing Match anï Show do take place on theT8th dav of Feb,.1847 r 7 (2) Moved by Dr. Dowe, seconded hy Mr. B. Johnston, That William Bowman Esq., M* C. do act as Presi...

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