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HEAVY DRAUGHT HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

X"A HEAVY DRAUGHT HORSES. .pie , . , _ i_ 'ba¿i\ ^ne Cleveland horses have been known tlili'0 corry more ' than seven hundred pounds ¡¿¿.iixty. miles in twenty-four hours, and to ^jjàerform.'Ji's journey four times in a week; 'disPr<* " "'-horses have carried nine hundred va|pnd ten pounds two or three miles. \Coft Horses ' for slower draught, .and some jsni'imes even for the carriage, are produced eaifrom the Suffolk Punch, so called from his . da&round punchy make, and descended from ?dil tlie Norman stallion and the Suffolk cart ¡-mjánare. The true' Suffolk, like the Cleve pljland, is now nearly extinct. It stood from fdojfifteen- to sixteen-hands high, of a sorrel ' ''íkqiouri; was large headed ; tow shouldered, !th|tand[ thick on; thc top ; deep .and,round vth^'ested ; long, hacked ; high in the croup ; ..arptorge .and^ strong in- the quarters,; full in "Thanks ; round iii the legs, and short in.trie lofjjpasterns. 'It was the "very horse to throw . arrfhis w...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE HORSE. CHAPTER IV. DIFFERENT BFREEDS OF ENGLISH HORSES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

* ífS' -". - "THE HOaBE. . mtji CIÏAPTEIl IV. ,6§ SmSSEVT TJBEEDB OF KHOIIBH HOBIE«. frOrgS \ f CONTINUED.] Trrtó The "farmer, however, too frequently 'jj.thinks that any mare will do lo breed ^çiS from; and; if beean find a great prancing ^* stallion, witli a high-sounding name, and .congj loaded with fat*, he reckons on having a for I vahrahle colt : and should he fail, he attri moni *>utes l',e faultto ,ne horse,, and not to his his.e own want °f judgment. Far more depends fair1-' on tne mare tnan >s dreamt of in his phi witln lowphy.-' rules If he has an undersized, or a blemished, tpwi 'or unsound mare, let him continue lo use ?a mi 'her on his farm ; she probably did not cost -vous him much, and she will beat any gelding ; girdtout let him not think of breeding from her. effjupA roomy mare, ..with some blood in her, protjand with most of the good points, will alone .ooni'answer his purpose. She may bear about abefjher the marks of honest work (the fewer of^tiof 'these, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

GKNEIUn níONMÓNGKÜY WAHEllOUáE,'' 5S2, öeorg-c-streot. ¡ '.' 'Ti. ÍÍOTT having conipietpd líie alteration lié X1/ » lius la¡cly boen tíirffting to rehder IÜH premises more convenient, begs tu_inform bis friends, that lie 'will now bc enabled to rkcop a larger slock of all descriptions of Ironmongery,amt Tinware, which.lie ¡will continue to sell at, tho lowest remunerating prices. ,Country Orders both for the Store mid Sta- tion executed with dcspalrf], and every article limy be 'depended on as of thc best quality. HOI ? TO THE FRIENDS OF LIBERTY1 IN AUSTRALIA. TH F. HPPEAL COMMITTEE .OF PARRA-, MATTA, luke leave to inform tho Af embers and Associates of tim District, and the friends of. Ireland in general, that they will hold a public meeting of tho Association, on Wednesday Evening tim 10th Instant! at '.Vir. Mnurieu .0\Fliuigherty's/. " Couch and Horses" Inn, Chûi'ch-etr«et, for tho. purpose of itiatrilmting Cerita; forwarded io thom by tinter of the *' MBEItATOlt," and to collect...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

' Elilppiiig- IntollSsonuc. ! !' ;: I :i .: ,- , A KU IVA LS. . V ' .... SBPTlîMiinn 0.-Shamrock, schooner, 85 lons, Tnllntili, muster, from Circular I loud the ¡list ult. (i,-Palmyra, brig,' 1-tii tims, Lindsey, muster, fruin Liiiiiieesiuil lliu 30lh ult. (J..-Captain llosa,' barque,' 310 tons, Macarthur, muster; frúai Pott-Phillip the 2Urh nit. . 7.-Avoca, bïui)nV, 204 lons, Howey, ninster, frotn Liverpool tho 28th'of April.. H.-Williuni, brig, 131 tons, Thom; di Astor; frotn Limn reston the 1 st. instant. . 10 -Maitland,steamer, 103;toiis,l^irsons,niaster, from Port "tlaeqnurie. SBPTKMUKU ll. - Iris, Ameiiean barque, 215 lons, Cupliiiti I invites, fniiïi Ibo Wintle Fishery, having 11-ft New L'oinhiti ITili.lnlv, Ifi-ll, nuil Pori Nicholson the 10th April, 181«. " . SKPTF.stnEit ll.-John lhtll, sDlfooner, 72 tons, Captain Twohnj, from Aiukluihl 20th August. ; SKPTK<VBi;n-11: .- Clnru, Frenoh schooner, fiO . tona. Captain HulmllHud, from iSew Caledonia, the lifih August....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Sketches in London. BY THE AUTHOR OR RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS. PENNY THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

- Skctcbes tn london. BY TKO AUTHOR OP RANDOM HECOLCKCTION8. PENNY THEATRES. ' PBKNv TiiK\TnB9, pr " Gaffs," os.tlioy arc usually called by their- frequenters, oro ^places of juyeuile resort in the metropolis, which are known only by name _ tb''tho great mass-of . the population. ,1 myself know nothing of those pinces in any other, why until I lately visited a number of them, ,wilh jjhe'view of.making them the subject of ono of my sk'|tclics.; Milangil* the Penny Theatres in London cannot bc ascertained with certainty, it is beyond all question that they are very numerous. They are to be found in all tho poor aúd populous dis-' triàts.' Ratcliffe' Highway, Commercial Road, Mile end Rdad, St.. Oeorge's-iii-the-FÏelda, arc thickly studded with them. ' lu the New'Cut alone I kuow of three, while in the west enid of Marylebone they are riot only numerous but some of them nro of a .yery large size. It can scarcely be necessary to soy that all tho Penny -Theatres ore uuliceused. A large p...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE TURF. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

THÉ Ti Uli F. [CONTINUED.] 53. If for any plato^sweepstakcs, bi1 subscription, thé first twa horses shall come ¡ri ed near together that thir Judge shall not be able to decido which won, those two horses shall ïùn for "such prize over again, half an hour after thc last race on the same day ; the other horses which started shall bc deemed losers, and be entitled to their respective places, as if tho race had been finally, determined thc first . time. 54. Every person who sholl ride for a race at Newmarket' shall be weighed immediately after tho sbtnè, and uball be allowed 21b. above tho weight specified for his horse to carry, and no more, unless the weight he actually rode be deolarod as the weight he intended to ride ;. and if any horse shall carry more than 21b. above his weight without ' a declaration having been made by thc jockey or the owner of the' horse, or by his Ecrvant, to the Steward or Keeper of tito Match book at least one hour before the lime fixed for the first race ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

PORT MACQUARIE. . Düring the last eight or ten (Jays,, we have been visited with' very genial rains, notwithstanding Port Macquarie retains ¡Vs usual appearance of freshness and cleanli- ness. In truth it may be said, without fear of being told the contrary, that wc inhabit the prettiest little town in the colony : the streets so well and regularly laid ont--the huildings next-aili! the roads so very clean and even,-that ere long we shall be visited by the inhabitants of Sydney for the sake of sen buthing. ? Wollongong is generally called the Brighton of New Smith Wales, hilt those who have visited the latter de- lightful place. and resided heref ean_well . attest the fallacy of the simile. We have promenades, and lengthy ones '. too, of tlie most'romrtntio nature, bordered ; on the east ' byftlie ocean',-on life west by " Nature/unadorned and skirting the : town towards eminences upon which may . be viewed the entranne of Camden Haven ¡ "and the'eoast for miles and miles: This : ch...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

~ ."BATHURST. , i Thc weather has been reniai kally fine . for some Urne, anil The late seasonable ? raihs have clone infinite good tpthe growirijr crops, which, bid: fair for a plentiful liar- ! VCBl. ,. ? : ? ? .? . ..- " '? ! Business Jins been uncommonly,dull fdr j several weeks past ;!.some of the old store- - keepers.Bity ..much more so than they have i experience'd for many yeats past. ' 7 ' IsrPttovEMENTs --Thc two handsome, ! houses erecting; by Mr. Read, inj William- 1 street, nie rapidly approaching completion, j and when finished will ¡«ld greatly towards j improving the' appearance -of>'? this- street. : In Durba ui-strect, the"?-'twb-átóry liüuse j building by Mr.-F. îMorgan begins to ap- ¡ pt oat h it. finish the' wholesule store j ërecting in . thc same street for - Air. Ei ' -' . .1 ? ?Austin is Rinking rapid stiwles to comp'e ?ton, anti will he a great .improvement to this street. 'Amongst the man}' o'her im- provements we must not Omit to notice the very commod...

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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Coiuitry xrew3i [fnOM OUR OWN ConnESPONDENÏ'S.] ! \ WINDSOR. .. . ; Pu nue ¡VIEETI N-G.-On- Monday last, ' agreeably, to .advertisement in the Hawkes-' .bury Courier, a public-meeting was'con convened at.Coffee's Hotel for the purpose [ of naming aii early day on which our next j Agricultural Show should be held. Various I resolutions of lit tle importance were carried I into effect.. However, on 1 he suggestion of I Mr. Janies Hale that the district was nt ! present so impoverished" for want of feed that it would be next to an impossibility to gel stock in a fit. condition to show before tlie'month of Murri)-next,, the day was consequently postponed until the 4th day of that month. Notwithstanding that a periotl of six months must elapse befóte the next meeting, it was carried by thë cut and dried resolutions of the little man wot gets all the praise and profits, thnt the business, bf this most important association should have publicity myhree newspapersCone of _,vyhjcJtjIiojiliLb...

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Polico Pines. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

r . Volt«« ÍJnes. - J IT ha» been the subject of frequent co . plaint- in this colony, that a body of m ostensibly supported for the purpose guarding, the lives and property of the habitants, and for preserving good ordet the community, should by a most unfor nate oversight on the part of the fram of certain enactments, be placed in a pc tion,. which'not only ensures their unpoj tarity with- the citizens, but also tends . rectfy to corrupt their-morals, and to d qualify them for thc faithful discharge Iheduties they have sworn to perform. - The, pernicious priviledge extended the 4^ice,^ofrjpartrcin^ levied - Mppn; roncnders,. for brèaçKëâ*. various Acts, have gone very,fat to de prc ~ the constabulary, and tb make them objc of distrust and aversion to the populatic Their evidence is regarded with the utm< suspicion by nearly every one who I been brought into-opposition with the fore and the casual attendants at the Poli Office, are unfortunately too generally ii pressed,...

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CRUCIFIX, OUR NELL, & SHEET ANCHOR. (From. Sunday Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

CRUCIFIX,.OTja NELL, & SHEET ANCHOR. (From. Suñilny Times.) Tlicso superior racers. Have Deon som ior expoi tatiou, ami were shipped at Hull last week.Crucifi and our Nell having been purchased at very grèi prices for thc King of Prussia; aud Sheet Ancho: who was purchased by Messrs. Tattersall, for 80 sovs,. we beliovc, for the Duke of Brunswick. It i much to bc regretted that nearly all our-best bre horses arc sold to go abroad. The following lit of performances of each ïnay, no doubt, be interest iug to some of.our sporting readers.'- ' "CRUCIFIX.-Tn 1830, at two years old, CanciB wou the July Stakes of 780 sovs, at Ncwraarke July, ridden by J. Day, jun., beating easily by tw lengths Currency, br c by Buzzard-Margaret, b by Sultan-'Palais,Royal, Stamboul, Cambyscs, am b e by Clearwell-Petulance. At the same rocetin¡ carrying Alb extra (J. Day), she won tho Chester field Stakes of 670 sovs, beating by two length: Iris, br^J by Buzzard-Margaret Hellespont", Stain boul, The ...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

. PARRAMATTA* THE DÎBTIÎÎCT Couseit.-This body has had n narrow srjncnk for its existence. Last Saturday it was holièved-the government had stopped the sinews ^of war, but it 8nbse(lncntly appeared that on the' principle* f " second 'thonghts nre hest" the ways and means were allowed until the end of the pre sent year. Without, offering any opinion ns to the good or evil effects likely to ensue front the carrying out of these bodies, it may be observed' that an ab- rupt stoppage- of the works- at present under the supeiintcndaiice of the council, tho completion of the levelling of that brcak-neak locality, Baulkham Hills, would have been of serious consequence. It -is a generally-admitted fact that with the revenue arising from .the district tolls', the council, in the repair of tho roads, have done three times the wptk thé government ever did« with the same money. TIJP council have, beforo their existence terminates, £800 to receive, and il they disburse this as well as they have h...

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Legislative Conneil. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

. '?'m legislative Connell. " lii Council*was opened On Tuesday last .à'-fc jy Charle* A. Fitz Roy, who read his ^'tri 'rfit sPeccu. which will be lound in another i<ji column. 'J'he members present for the ^Crown were the Colonial Secretary, Sir jjjMaurireO'Connell, Messrs. Riddell. Gibbs, lithgow; Messrs. Berry, Ii ely; Parker, Lamb. Allen, and Darvall. Thc elected i - members assembled "were Messrs. Went-; worth, Lawson, Bland, Cowper, Bowman, Maearlhur, . Robinson, Windeyer, Lowe, Grant, .Q^Conenll, Brewster, Dangar, Lord, Dumaresq.'Suttor* and Wild.-Im- mediately after His Excellency had de parted, the Honorable the Speaker again read the Speech, and on the motion bf Mr. Macarthur a Committee was appointed to propare an Address in reply. The ITcusn then proceeded to appoint the Chairman of Committees, when Mr.W; H. Paiker was re-elected unanimously, and notirps of motion wore made for leave lo brins in bills to amend the laws upon Scab in She 'p and the Coal Act ; no...

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[?] [?]sh News. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

1a thc ' Bncllsh Wows. fhjné 'English papers received by the A voca, -£-¡¡c-iare miserably deficient in news. The .cvjorri Importation Bill had reached its third fading, but was not expected to bc brought "cojio-the House of Lords before the 10th of *1 Mr. Waghorn's plan for establishing seJreim Communication between Australia T^Jid Singapore appeared to advance in ^|iblic favour. Lieut. Col. .Barney, R.E., was expected '¡5¡P cleave. England .immediately for this ^pny- " \ . . . --.Tn A'desperated assassin named Pierre Le î^i)mte attempted .the life of King Louis 'CThiilippe, by firing twice al his Majesty as ~.mp was driving" in the vicinity of Fontain ¿eu, and part of the wadding fell into' the" "íJÍP °f the Queen'. The. ruffian, who was '^gnmedîately secured,"expressed his bitter jkfgret at the" escape bf Iiis'intended vic »feF- ' .- .. ~Ü/T Trade', had been greatly depressed in ^ffinchester,':, upwards ..bf- .1500 weavers ,^^ñgi!wTr^ry'TJmenípTb7é - 'Mr. Smith O'Brien has create...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

. The Impecinado-was remarkable for hts ex- traordinary muscular'strength, which has perhaps, never been equalled,' at least" amongst tho " men of oar degenerate days;" In personal contest/ four or 'fivo men were nothing'like a; match for hin»;, he ' would throir them .in every direotion,.jnst as on or- dinary personWníí'drsperae a swarm-of .tronl lo- sóme boys. An admirable'swordsman,' he would not hesitate' to i attack siugle-handed, and with pd other amis but hie sabre, a whole troop of enemies, and ran little risk' Sb. BO'doing, provided fire-arms were not used against him. When taken prisoner at Ron, and led ont to." be'.executed by Ute peasants, who had been excited and ruged on by thc priests, staunch adherents of Ferdinand, and enemies of the cause of the Constitution,', lie burst the cords "which bound him', arid made a rush at his sabre, which was in the hands of an officer of the Realistas standing by. It was tho famous sabre which bad - been sent him by George the Third,...

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The Old [?]man's Corner. THE TREASURE CONVOY; A PASSAGE IN THE EARLY CAREER OF THE IMPECINADO. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

jT*tqrer*oid~*Btflemanrs1c'ôra^r. TUE TßKASURKlcONVüY; A PASSAGE IN THF. EARLY CAREER OF THE IMPECINADO. . [COJCCIUDJSD.] In front of the compact column of tr ' which was rapidly forming, ari'iT mon on a richly caparisoned charger, appê the French general surrounded by his i ' He was a young man, whose dark conn ance.ifnot regularly handsome.had a fi and pleasing expression,- and whose « tu|ned limbs arid soldierly bearing, ano of to advantnge a splendid hussar's unif covered with lace and embroidery A i fusion of long curling hair escaped f under hil shako ; a carved Damascus sci tar, with a jewelled, hilt, hung by his si and in his hand he carried a small g< mounted-riding-whip,- with which he im tiently tapped his morocco boot, wi giving some directions to one of his ait de-camp.- Ip this elegant militaire Impecirrado, who had once before had opportunity of seeing him, immediately cognized Murat, the hussar par ext lence,lhe greatest dandy and most dash* . cavalry-offi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

7 . FOR SALE, - -'.:--.. THE ÉNTIRE-.HOHSE " BABBACOOTA>." bred by ilia Austrab'An AgTÏeaUirral'Co'mpiiiiyj LfLBurey foiÜTgctter^ ^^.^y;'ÎÎ^^Jb* "1 V^íooá' hors« bred by Lord Rgreruoot, out of ."Bonnee,? an imported Cleveland mare. "'Apply'to . -, v ' ~ J» Q- HAND, , Dunheved, St-Mary's,! ' ' P 2nd Sept., 1846. J . : : 104 HOUSEHOLD^ FURNÍTÜRET (JUAN riTY .of, superior Cabinet and Up. _i!_holstery Furniture now on hand: at Stewart's Bazaar. OTIC call will eoovinee purchasers of, the advantages of makin'g-a, selection from this stock, it being tlte cheapest of tho quality-likely to be, met with again in Sydney.' COItNEB.OF PITT flt BATHUÛST STBEETS. ?'? N.B.'-Ceder at the tiaail redaeed prices. Funerals performed at the lowest rate." 20; R.. NOTT," Wholesale and Betti! Tm-ph'e . ' Wtffker, 55*,' George-street, opposite the .Old Treasury. Tbs largest assortment bf TIN' WABE tn Sydney constantly "on hand, comprising every article required for the Store or Station. Country Order exec...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Police Reports.. On Monday only a simple dozen of Bacchanalian penitents presented themselves at thc levee, but the lackin quantity was abundantly balauced in quality by the nppcaranee of a powder monkey in " musta- chios," who turned out to be Mister Joseph Lyons, a " mauvais sujet" of unenviable notoriety. Lyonp who is a patron of lite low copper bells,'.aud every* other resort of abandoned gumblers.-.-lind .taken . " too much wine !" and obstreperously originated a row among Iiis pals; which "ended in'hriB being hauled olf to his familiar lodgings. On tho folio wius morning, in spite of the respectability of IIÎB' hairy honors, he was duomod to endure two hours in tho wood, where-he was the " beheld of nil . beholders." The swell cove ont'of hick". boro his fulo with tolcrnble composure.. \ A RUFPIANLY Wutp.-Wm. Bu8sy;was accused of driving furiously through George-Street, lo the iinniinciit duuger of the' pedestrians. The fellow had got himself gloriously excited, and essayed to...

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ELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12 1840. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

tàk} BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12 1846. 'Libel!!!     DAVID DUNLOP, the quondam stationer of Coleraine, and recently police magistrate [justice would have been an inapplicable form) in the Wollombi district, has at length abandoned his most abandoned per- secution against the proprietors of this journal; We may, then, as the matter has ,l0'wws been set at rest, briefly recapitulate coje leading facts connected with the case. oy|The complainant, who succeeded during Xo f scrutiny of -ja contested election in :re(jnging, as a material witness, to the suc- cessful candidate for parliamentary honors, ?stflceived, as a Teward for his services^ an ^íhépoíntment in this colony.. How honorably .plc} filled the office may hereafter become 'bar2 subject of enquiry. Suffice it at present say that a numerously-signed petition ¡¿¿pm the over ruled and over-ridden in .stuibitanls of his magisterial district was :¿igtimatcly forwarded to the late gover...

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AFFILIATION CA[?]—IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

AFFILIATION CAÍ*?..-IMPORTANT j . DECISION. - . ON Saturday last, Mr. Charles Frith appeared at thc Police Court, at the instance of Mary Ann Davis, one of the charming Nereids of the Balmaîn crags, for refusiug to support his illegitimate child; Mr. Nichols, Frith's attornoy. objected upon the       ground that the case had been already determined by the magistrates. The complainant's, attorney replied that when the case had previously been     heard it was dismissed in consequence of the proof being defective, but as she was now prepared with additional evidence the Court was bound to allow her a re-hearing. Captain Innis considered Mr. Ni's objection to be valid ; tho Mayor, however, and Mr. Smart did not esteem the objection to be tena- ble, as the case on the former hearing was not dis- missed on its merits. " Mrs. Davis deposed that she was brought up at Mrs. Speed's of O'Connell-street, an old lady who kept a ge...

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