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SYDNEY. VISIT OF SIR JOHN YOUNG TO THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

SYDNEY. VISIT OF SIR JOHN YOUNG TO THE HAWKESBURY. His Excellency the Governor, Lady Young, Lady Bowen, and Miss Dalton, accompanied by his Excellency's suite, and Mr. Cowper, Mr. Robertson, Colonel Kempt-, and Captain North, started from Sydney yesterday morning upon a visit to the Hmvkesbury. The vice-regal party arrived at tho railway terminus shortly after ten o'clock, and proceeded by the ordinary train, two carriages having been reserved for their accommodation. Upon arriring at Par ramatta, Lady Young, Lady Bowen, and Miss Dalton, left Parramatta in a carriage supplied by Mr. John Williams, of the Woolpaok Inn. His Excellency and the rest of the party pro ceeded on horseback. On reaching tho Baulkham Hills, four miles beyond L'arramatta, his Excellency was enter tained by Mr. Mao Dougall at his residence. Tho party also stopped at tho Queen's Arras. A number of tho inhabitants of Windsor and the district proceeded in carriages and on horse back a distance of several miles to ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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THE NEWCASTLE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

THE NEWCASTLE- STRIKE. ! Tho following leading arliolo, having par- J tioalar lvfercncs to tho nfl'iiir* at tho Coal uurl Copper Oo.'s works on Wodnssfluy last, tip - p iaroil in the Herald nf Friday : — We saw Newcastle n few months ago on one of its gala tliys. Not nt tho celebration of some miser- ! ablii party tr'umph, but wlisu n new nntl great un- ! durUkin?. of lurL'a nromisc. — the oncnine of the I Wallsend Co.npanv's mine — gave a new pledge of j ndvnticomciit to the port ntid city, 'flic cvilcnt nbuiirlanco of ths moit desirable mineral to n com mercial people, its contiguity to tlia stn, nnd the fa vourable means of transit, gave eve y local assurance of suecosi. A fertile country nil around, secured nt the cheapest rate the means of subsistence ; while the growing market for the chief export, embracing already three out of four great divisions of the globe, seemed to justify the glowing prediction1), tlint the Newcastle of New Holla-id would rival the Newcas tle of Old K...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. WINDSOR. Friday, 8 p.m.— Great excitement in tins town, owing ro the arrival of the governor and party. Everything to-day has passed off very auspiciously. 'I he town ib full, , and will be more so to-merrow, with the remainder of the volunteers and visitors to see the review. Accommodation at the hotels quite insufficient. A party of artillery, with captain Lovell and four guns, amvea al lour o cjock, amu about thirty of the Peurith volunteers. The volunteer artillery is expected at midnight. The governor, Mr.Cow per, and Mr. Robertson, are going to the volunteer ball to night. Large numbers of houses are brilliantly illumiu ated.-//., Oct. 5. MELBOURNE. 'Thursday, 7 p.m.— The escorts haro brought 31,000 o«. The Otago rush slightly revived in consequence of the WongaWonga news, received by telegram, bale of sugar*, ex Pride : White crystal?, £-H ; fine yellow, £11 10s. ; good to fine, brown, £33 to £3i V3s.—Il.,Oct.i. Friday, 7 p. in.- Great deal of talk about Ota...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

: * STEAM TOWAGE. '*J c The rates of Towage will be increased ? rf^l*^ ^-EN PER ^ENT' on Polished rates T ElLiSfc^' during the strike, commencing from *; S^^wthis dale. 7/fi f*7^. &'[ «7 BINGLE AND CO. 1 (Jeircastle, 7tl» September, 1851. ? rt. ' STEAM TO SYDNEY. re 1 i The Australasian Steam Navi 71 fljaffiw. gation Company's Steamers will leave | fl™S^.MoitrcTU (calling at Newcastle), i Bp)uBP» until further notice, as follows :— b ONDAYS httALONOf Captain Adams,, Thursdays/ 7/«t7 °'clock «?''? - ,1 (TES D A Y S | Ctf(/Ay c tain Mulhal, S HI DAYS. J at 2 o'clock p.m. A (.: GEORGE It. DIBBS & CO., ti : Agents, Scott-street. It Newcastle, September 14, 1861. t GOLD FIELDS^ * FIRST VESSEL FOR OTAGO, # « NEW ZEALAND. -i. . - _ The well-known fast sailing Brig 'GA- | \M ZELLE,' 400 tons, Captain Stafford, will ^ wvvsal' ear'^ *n October next. For freight ill aP^and passage, apply to mxto* GE0 TULLY & co ( ; / f/C Newcastle ; or to I y^LAIDLEY, IRELAND, AND CO., ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

AMERICA. Drcisivb Defeat ob the Federal Army. — By tho arrival of .the Druid, from California, wa have news from the seut of war to the 2Sth July. The Grand Federal army, under generals M'Dowell, Patterson, and M'Lcllnnd, advanced upon the Seces sionists head quartcr3,.ut Manassas Junction, uivirgi nia. (19th) and after an engagement between a small body ou either side, the Federalists retired. On tho 21st, a most determined attack was made upon tho entrenched lines of the Southerners. Tho fi^'lit com menced ut 3 a.m., anduutil 2 o'clock in the afternoon everything went in favor of the Federal army, (ho great body of their opponents having retreated alto gether, or having been driven back a distance of two miles. At two o'clock, however, u panic suddenly appears to havo seized the advanced troops of general M'Duwull, which speedily took possession of the whole force, and instead of a victory, the FudcralisU stutuiiicd a complete defeat. Accounts from Washington state that the panic ...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

SINGLETON. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. The summer has now fairly Bet in, the last few days having been exoossively hot at this time of the year, aooompanied by a dry blighting wind, which, had it lasted, would havo dono serious injury to the crors. The farmers are busy preparing to sow their tnaizo, tho laud being in excollont order, and so far promise an abundant wheat and maize orop. I am sorry to say trade and business is not in so flourishing a state, but we livo in hopes of better times coming. Buildings aro going up in tho town, and 'good sites very soarce for that purpose. Tho railway is going on very slowly, and it is hard to say when it will bo completed. A sad accident happened to a young girl, a relative of Mr. John Houston, of this town, on Monday morning last, it appears she was engaged in washing at the back of the house, and the day being windy her olothos caught fire, and she re ceived such serious burns that no hopes wore en tertained of her life. The poor creature expire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

Q ,, 1 ' TIMBER YARD. nS ' ' NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Iil J, SHAW begs to inform the inhabitants of ' o Newcastle and the public generally'', that he has removed to his more coinm xlious premises, corner of Darby and Blane streets, nearly opposite the A. A. Company's ollice, where he hopes, by attention and moderate charges, to merit a continv (ince of the patronage so liberally bestowed on him since his commencement in business. F. J.S. would beg also to state that he is nowf prepared to execute ! orders to any amount, nnd at ihe lowest possible j prices, with a liberal discount to wholesale pur- j chasers, N. B.. — Colonial and American furniture, j always on hand, cheap. j Wr) y^ e e y e - i ? *??' ' I «_fLATB III'.ATIl), I DISPK NSlK G C If RMIST, 33*. G EORG E- | STREET, SYDNEY. j All prescriptions sent to his establishment are j faithfully and accurately dispensed, in accordance \ with the intentions of the prescribe!', from whose in structions the smallest deviation ia not permitte...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tlie assembly met at twenty-five minutes after three p.m. ?Mr. Cowper laid upon the table the census for ISfil. Mr. Hart laid upon tlie table a report from the standing orders committee on the subject of printing a peti tiou from Mr. N. L. Kentish. The report which was against printing the petition, was adopted by the house. Mr.',Dalgleish presented a petition from ship owners and otliers interested in shipping interests, praying relief from alleged vexations of the shipping ollice. hi answer to Mr. Lewis, Mr. Wcekcs stated that the money deposited .in the hands of the government by Air. A. Hodgson, for the purposes of assisted immigration, would be refunded, whenever the necessary action had been taken by tlie Executive Council. In answer to a question of Mr. Forster, as to whether the documents with reference to the nominations for life to the legislative council, which, in terms of the Governor's late message, it was deemed inexpedient to make public, were p...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wbenesday, October !). The council met at twenty-seven minutes past four. ! Mr. Robertson laid upon the table census and other ' papers, which were ordered to be printed. Sir W. Manning was giving notice of his intention to ask certain questions in reference to deposits . mude under the I assisted immigration regulations, when Mr, Robertson said he was prepared to answer them at once, and the substance of the replies was that the government had forwarded m stiuctions to her Majestv's emigration commissioners not to act upon a certificate issued in Syduo; for the importa tion of labourers, to Arthur Hodgson, Ksq., j that such instructions had been forwarded liyj the lint mail, and that the grounds on which such instructions had been forwarded were, that the money paid by Mr. Hotlgsuii hud been im properly received by the clerk in the immigration office, the parties tolic brought out not having been nominated. In reply to Sir W, .Manning, Mr. Robertson stated that...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW L0UTK WALES. Tuesday, October 8. ucgislat1vk assembly. The assembly met at twenty, seven minutes pact three p.m Mr. Weekes intimated the intention of the government to lay the estimates before the h?nse as toon as it was jior liblt.1 to have prepared and brought dowii a message from the Governor, which he hoped would not be later than Kriditv. Mr, Gray presented two petitions fram Roman Catholic inhabitants, of Shoalhaveu and Kiama, respectively, eimi pMiuing of the want of sufficient provision fur religious training, and praying that any sums granted to their deno mination for educational purposes, might be applied exclu sively to denominational schools. In answer to Mr. Kyen, Mr. Arnold said a sufficient number of station buildings would be erected at I'tnrith, \ before thu completion of the railway line. j In answer to Mr. Hoskins, Mr.Coivper said no deter- , mination had yet been arrived at by the government as tn j tlie course to be pursued with regard to Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

Oun CoAt. Minus.— Tho men bplnnginp to our several cunl mines ntlrniU-il a imii'iini; whirti n:is held til Mr. Huddles' l'nir.v Meadow, (in Thursday Inst. Tha ineotiiii; was cilluil nt the ii^tanoo nf tiro dclepitcs (lliu cliuiriii.tii anil nnotlicr) from (lie Newcastle Union. We uiuli.TM.iiul that llii! priiiiiipjl obji'ut of the meeting was In inilucfi the J llAivarru miners to join in with tlie Unionist minors of NuwunMta in thuir strike for highitr wages, nml assist their brothct miiH'rs miik'r thn difficulties which they at present liiliour. Tli.; nuclinn wns nf n jirlvato nature i y*l, we have linen Riven tn undoratand, that almost the wholu of the miners (if lllaivanv. h.uo {income members of the Union, mil have promised to n»il-t an far as they can Ihoir brother mltiui-4. Wo hayu heard thai it wiw 1 lie intention of the ininnrs t.j ask a hii/hor whrc at the end of tin- pro. sent month, and if they (In nit recuiva wlul licy ask fir, to mnke a strike. Uf oohmp, we dn notvou-hf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

IIoU.OWAY'S OlNTMt'.KT AND PlI.LS,— 4fTvct!ons Of the nir passage. — Mild, damp, foiffry weather deteriorates liiu blood, and lays the foundation of disease of the throat, windpipe and lungs. On the least Indication of irritation j in these organs, Holloway's inestimable Ointment should ! bo throughly rubbed twine a-day on the throat, back and chest. In nil Mages of influenza, colds, bronchitis, this t'rcntnicat inuy bo 'followed with elllciency and safety. Tho Ointment should ho rubbed upon tho skin, as salt is rubbed upon meat, It will then penetrate and preserve. A change for the belter is «oau nciwlvdd by the patient, whose steady nrocrcFK towards health niiximi;. frlnuls witness, and with Irrnilmda acknowledge ihc nsiu...llvo,p'wcrt of llollowny's OllllllU'llti

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THE STRIKE. CONFERENCE OF THE DELEGATES WITH THE RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

THE STRIKK. CONKKUKNCB OF III li DELEGATKS WITH THK RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE. Titr. committee appointed at the meeting- of the inhabi- j tants ou Monday night, assembled at the co-operative store on WedncMlny (ifternoon. The members present were Mr. Holton, Mr.'iighe, and thfi Rev. Mr. Dean. Mr. Hannell was abxent in Sydney. The delegates of the miners had been invited to a'ttend', as also the managers of the compa nies. Mr. Winshin (A. A. Company), however, wns no'. present, and Mr. Hemcr (Coal and Copper Company) had not been communicated with in time, to enable him to attend. Captain Cross attended from the Wallscnd Com pany, and Mr. Alexander Brown, one of the proprietors of the Minmi colliery, wns present. The delegates present were Messrs. .Inmes Fletcher, Allan Wilde, HurM Walker, Samuel Fletcher, and Kdward Tiirnbull, from the A. A. Company's men ; Messrs. Georpe Cnrless, Robert Foires tcr, Thomas AlnwicU and — Perks, from theCoal andCop per Company's works ; Messrs. .lames ...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

THE STRIKE. The Herald of Wednesday contains a leader ? pon the strike drawing comparison between the present «ne at Newcastle, uncl one that occurred in York- j shire in 1S58. Wo make the following extracts: — J For some time, the enormous demand for coals which ' followed the great impulse given to trade in 1833, induced I i lie advance ot wages, hut a decline in the demand led in 1858 to the proposal of a reduction. The value of coals fell from '6s. 8d. to 4s. 3d. per ton. Hut the proposal of the masters to reduce the wages was resisted, and a threat was held out that if men should turn out upon any master they should be supported by the others. The masters, to meet the reduced value, notified that 15 per cent, would be taken j off the wages— that is to say, half the amount of the former I advance— to take effect twenty-eight days after the notice. During the high price, the masters had had the advantage ; ' when the price fell the advantage was with the miners. J ' The plain fac...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

SCHOOL OF ARTS. j^ttnuincrotisljr-attcnued meeting (assembled by circu idirinritation) of a preliminary committee, took plnco p'/Jj'i'hursday evening, at the custom-house, in order f idiscuss and adopt measures for the immediate es Jj* iblishment of a general reading room mid library. ^ Dr. Khookf.s having laid before the meeting some ntujiii wioimatioii which ne liad obtained relating to tlio f.fai tnpply of periodicals, papers, &c, nnd expressed his '''! desire to see an institution established, nnd his inten rllt'ci'1 '° ^'ve suc'' 'l'il support, was sorry, however, ?^ lit he was obliged to beg leave to ho excused re told fining at the inciting, as he had an engagement htm Ifaich required his attention elsewhere. ? IJ ! Mr. Ciiaiii.es Hcilto.v, J.I'., who, on the motion iptf ^ 'r' '?'nornc'' WiU unanimously voted to the chair, jjjg en opened the meuting \vi:h some appropriate re ttn Jarks on the necessity which existed for establishing liif i reading room, to which all mi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

SYDNEY. Stabdino in the Gaol. — Ye-tenlny niomiiig nboui ten o'clock, two convicts in Diirlinglitirstguul, the one n German or a Swede, the uthur a Chiiiamuii, wero working in the cook-huu&o. A quarrel arose ?between them, when the European foreigner dealt the Chinaman a heavy blow in the face, which knocked him down. The Chinaman on getting up sicked a butcher's knife ami stubbed his opponent severely in the arm, and would then have plunged the murderous weapon into his body had not Iiis hand been promptly held hack. The wound in the arm is not at all dangerous. — Herald, Oct. 8. The Empiiie t. the Rev. Mr. Brennan. — An arrangement lias been come to by which the rev. ! gentleman has withdrawn legul proceedings, on con- j dilion of the proprietors of the Empire paying the | Mini of £100, to be appropriated -n such manner as I Mr. Brcnnnn may think fit ; also, to pay the expense Mr. Brauiaii lias been put to in respect of the law ?proceedings, and publishing in the Empire fo...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr. Boswell.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. TUKSDAV. (Before the l'oliee Magistrate, nnd Me. Hoswtll.) ' Stbai.inq.— John Rook, a young lad of about 1 1 .Years of age, whs churged with stealing sundry arti cles, under tie vulti ?? of 40*., from Mr. Scouller's shop in Iluntur-slreet. Tho boy had been in Mr. Seoul Itr's employ and li.id been seen disposing of come of mi- iijiugs, ud isiuui ing iim- yoiuu ui uic uuy, au wai not sen: to gno', but was fined 2(K ?: UNLAwr.'tLY Dbtainino PnoPKHTv. — Ellen j Kckford wa» charged with unlawfully detaining pro- j jierty belonjing to John Oswald, y'aluo £b. Mr. I ? Hrown uppinrod for the del'cnd'int in this as well as \ in tho preodirig cusd. The dcfendint cUitned to ? have a litnon the goods, whiuh chiefly coiHistu.l of ? sluetiug, blmkets. &c. They had been purchased at | ?he draper's with Oswald's money, in tho presence of ? both parties It appeared that, nt the time, the coin- 1 plainnnt aid defendant intended to marry one ', ^another, bu1 this bnd ?ijncu bo...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

MA1TLANI). Uridoe pon W'tst Maitland.— A meeting will take Tlace on Tuesday afternoon next, nt the Northumberland lotc), to consider the propriety of petitioning the Govern nient to erect a bridge across the Hunter toconnect county Durham will) Webt MnitKnd, appropriating the money *voted for the erection of a dam at the falls for that purpose, wiwi s»cn additions as miy he necessary .—llnsign, Oct.y. AlKETrso AT Kart Maitland.— On Friday evening a preliminary meeting was h?l-l at the Mechanics' Insti tute, East Maitland, for (lie purpose of considering tlie necessity of erecting a telegraph station in that town, ami nlsj calling upon the Government to expend the Parliament ary rote of £2500 for removing the railway cmliinkmcnt in Hank. street. The attendance was veiy small. The chair was occupied hy John Borthwirk, lCsq., J.P. Alter j some deliberation, it wai agreed that James Dicksoii, Usq., | the member for the District, should be requested to urpe j upon the Kxecutire to erect ...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. Ni:W INSOLVENTS. October 5. — Kdward Iliokson, of Bolnny-ftrcet nnd Clevelnnd-streot, Sydney, licensed victualler, Liabilities, £258 17s. lid. 'Assets, ;f!)0 Si. 3d. (Assets available for unsecured creditors, £'17 85. 3.1.) Deficit, £15!) 9s. fid. October 5 — Thomas Strange, of Mnrgnrot-slrcct, Sydney, butcher's labourer. Liabilities, £-JH 13-. 5jd. Assets', £-1 103. Deficit, .CfU 3s. .ijd. October 5.— Georgfi O Brian, of Dnrlinghurst (Jaol, confined for debt, labourer. Liabilities, M'i'2 11s lid. Assets, £ 11 ,rK. Djfi it, fl 1 -J-. 1 Id. October A.— James llealy, of Kunsington-strect, Sydney, labourer. Liabilities, £00 15i, Assejs, £-. Deficit, £07 ITn. October fl. — Daniel Hack, of Long Creek, store keeper. Liabilities, £3 ):-D Of 3d. Assets, £2500 (estimated assets available for unsecured creditors, £1500 13s.). Deficit, £551 12s. 5.1. October H.— George Knight, the older, of Ulhi ilullii, miller and I'.inntT. Liubilitie.', £'M ! 8-s. Id. A*s-sts, £!)IH 5*. Di-l...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

MULTU.M IN I'AKYO. j Mr. Clar!;..1 I rvisijj hits just ictiiriu-d from n visjji i to the CluretK'c. Whilst nt lh« Itichmoud, he nir-t. with nn .accident, which prevented him from leaving 30 soon 119 he intended. It Appears tint he was cros I sing his run, when one i.f the iinpnrlo I bnll.-i l-in nt him. iniurin-r liin i 1 the hnck an il iu the cnlf of the leg. The injury does not appear to liuvebccn great. The Olaijo Witness of September 21, snys :*— So.-» gennt Men, one of the Ot-if;i- rmistables, was dis patched to .Melbourne tu the Pirate, for the. purpose of arresting. Mr. Uruttnn, the lute teller of tho Union Bank, who e.-icnped to Melbourne iu the Omeo. It is supposed Brutton sailed in the Roxburgh Castle, for Kiiglaml. Under an nesumetl name, aergennt Men has proceeded overland Iu the home country, where I13 will probably arrive in time to arreU tliR fugitive. In ths course of his ndflVe-« nt the public dinner given by the inhabitants of Windsor to his Kxccllcncy the Governor...

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