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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

THE ¿Moreton 33 a » Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1848. ïLATEST NEWS. THROUGH the polite attention of a gentle- man in, Brisbane, we, are in possession of -English papers of the 9th and 10th of august last, and those, together with our usual files by "the'way of Sydney, enable us to present our readers with a complete digest of the latest intelligence. As was expected, the Act for the tem- porary suspension of the »Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland, passed both Houses of Parliament with ease. It passed the Commons on the 22nd July, and, the Lords on the 24th, an4 received the Royal assent on the 25th. The Government was thus enabled, through the strong sense of the people's representatives, to take the necessary measures for the preservation of order. On the motion of Mr. Berkeley, a resolution expressive of the opinion of the House that votes for members of Par- liament should be taken by way of ballot, was carried by a majoiity of five. It is anticipated,'liowever, that Ministers, wil...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

IRELAND.     THE engrossing, interest of political affairs in Ireland induces us to devote a considerable portion of our space to 'extracts iflsdn that subject. We have takenpains to connect the narrative of events with the last news from tliat country. < Immedi- ately upon the passing of the. Act for suspending the Habeas Corpus ^Act in Ireland, the leaders" of the insurrectionary movement retired to Tipperary ¿ and began to assemble their forcea. The follow« ing' extracts, from a private letter, published ia the Weekly Chronicle, will give some idea,of the feelings of' the peaceably disposed, upon .the sub- ject: Callan, Thursday, noon.-Judge for yourself, --, wiio went to Killaloe to see his family, has Just returned. -- told him that she had received a letter from her sister in Ballingary, written at nine o'clock this morning ; that thousands were there assembled, with fifes and drums ; and last, not least, arms of all descriptions ; that Smi...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

; DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE., -.i-, .,...;. suri'-.».-. ,..-;,!pi-..ocnoiv. u¡ .?' J* ii.yCFrom our Correspondent.J TUESDAY, Nov.'28.-This day'Dr.' Dorsey and C. J. Mackenzie, Esq., formed the'Bench. Mr. A.'E. Campbell was granted a renewal of an^auctioneer's license. ' ' ' Richard Fawl, a ticket-of-leavc holder, who gave himself up as not being able to earn a live- lihood (!), was placed at the bar. The man was evidently labouring under aberration of mind. The Bench directed him to be -forwarded to Brisbane,'to be dealt with there. ' ' Joseph Kelly was next placed in the dock; for absconding from the hired service of Dr. Dorsey : who, being' interested, retired from the Bench, leaving only one magistrate. The case'had, therefore, to be postponed to the usual court day, but'the prisoner was subsequently allowed bail. '' -Atkins, the party mentioned in my last report as'f plaintiff in the case of Atkins v. Morrison, applied to the Bench to have the verdict altered, as a miscalculation ha...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

FAMJED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE. HOLLOWAYS . PILLS AND OINTMENT. CURE OF A BAD LEG OF 30 YEARS' STANDING. June 7th, 1847. " I George Bourne, Butcher, of Stockton-upon Teps, do hereby certify that my wife had a bad leg for thirty years by the bursting of a vein, her sufferings were intense, she had been under the care of most of the eminent medical men in the neighbourhood, but to no purpose, and was after- wards perfectly cured in eight weeks by Holloway's Pills and Ointment." (Signed) GEORGE BOURNE. . A CURE OF FITS. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Henry Whiting, Boot and Shoemaker, Red Bank, Stonequarry, February, 1847. Sia,-I have for many years past been tronbled with the falling sickness, frequently dropping, down at my work or in the street, and could get no relief from any one until I tried Holloway's Pills, and now by the use of them I am completely cured. To Mr. J. K. HEYDON. CURE OF THE PILES. Extract of <i Letter from Joseph Medcalf, Beverley, dated Jtme llth, 1847. T...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

SHIPPING TNTEIVLIGENCE. Nov. 26. Tamar, steamer, 120 tons, Allen, from Sydney 21st ultimo Passengers-Mr. Bidwell, Mrs Coutts, and family, Miss Bloods« ortb,.Mr. jmd Mis. JEnsc|, and^ ' eleven in the^steerage.. £,,v ^ % \\ 26. Columbine^schoan^r\!ljUan9,ß3rgesn\', from Sydney 6th ult..^Passengers- 4 Mr. and "Mrs. Forbes,'' three ' children, and sewjant.^Mr. Upton, Mr. Milner,* and seven in the stperage. 26. Secret, «¡choonet, 38 tons, Hunter, from Sydney 10th ult. Passengers-Four m the steerage. 27. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 43 tons, Sterricker, from Sydney 10th ult Pas- sengers-Mr and Mis Hulland and child. Mr./f Woodford, plaster Watson, asjí#¿-j-^ -andjhirteen jntthe steerage, *" 27. ^^7?^o^tibarque,^Espinasse, from Syd 4« j ney I6thfult. Passengers-Rev. Mr. *"i Symes, Mr. Owen, and fifty-six Chinese labourers. ^ ^ "" 28. Cecelta, schooner, 44 tons, Lambert, from Sydney 7th ult. Dec. 1. Ann Mary, Brown,from Sydney 20th ultimo. Passengers--Mr. Finlay, Mr. Clarke, and 12 in the stee...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON . TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. 1UCKER, Agent. H. R. SrN. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, STEAM CONVEYANCE BETWEEN BRISBANE AND IPSWICH. T HE new Steam-Packet RAVEN _leaves Brisbane on Tues- day, Thursday, and Saturday, and Ipswich on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. * N.B.-A board, notifying the hour of the Raven's departure from Brisbane, will be con- stantly on view outside the Post Office, at North Brisbane. . J < THOMAS COUTTS, Ipswich, 22nd Nov., 1848. Owner. , u " SALE BY AUCTION. : ,M '? MR. T. DOWSE "WILL Sell by Public Auction, at the Wharf, * Noith Brisbane, ON MONDAY NEXT, THE 4IH INST., The PUNT and TWO BOA1S, at piesent em- ployed on the Fen y between North and South .fBusbane. Also, a new WARP, extending across the River. To be delivered to the purchaser on the first day of January next Teims will be stated at the sale. 4 SALE BY AÜC1ION. SODA WATER AND LEMONADE MACHINE, B011L...

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THE CUSTOM HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

THE CUSTOM HOUSE,   We give below the copy of a memorial which, having been numerously and re- spectably signed, was transmitted to Syd- ney by the last post. The complaints of the memorialists are but too well founded, and it is much to be hoped that they will receive immediate attention from i the/Go j;, vernment. There is no longer the shadow of an excuse for delay in this matter, as the settlement has been long enough opened, and Customs officers long enough established in Brisbane, to afford the Go- vernment the knowledge requisite to a proper selection of the site for the proposed building. It will have been observed,   from the ships' manifests published from timer to tíme in this paper, that traders in Brisbane have a great desire to import their spirits and other goods in bond: but the Customs' Officers have no oppor- tunity of storing the same. The Sub-   Collector, and the Tide Surveyor, for some offences of which we are ignorant, ar...

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

LATEST NEWS. We take the following from the London Sun, Jof August 9th : ¿ \ ^~ , .. Dublin, August 8tti. ír.rThe three o'clock train of the Great Southern 'and Western ¡Railway this morning has brought no confirmation of a rumour prevailing last night, that ,Mr. Doheny had been arrested/with several of, the peasantry. ,,The freeman''s Journal of this morning con- tains the following : ,4' We have been informed by two gentlemen, who were passengers on the Cork mail, which left . Cork early on yesterday afternoon, that the coach f ¿was, stopped by a body of peasantry, some 150 in number (some of whom were armed), on the road "hear' Glendower. It is stated that two ""or three'bf the armrd party rushed to the leaders' heads, caught hold of the reins, and succeeded in stopping the coach, whilst others called loudly on the guard and passengei s to alight. Others again of the assailants were beginning to scramble on the coach, when the guard presented his carbine at the parties who held t...

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POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE, DR. SIMPSON, AND MR. BIDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE, DR. SIMPSON, AND MR. BIDWELL.             Nov. 28,-Thomas Taylor, charged with stealing, again appeared on his bail. Mary Evans having been re-sworn, Mr. Ocock, the defendant's attor- ney, asked her if, when Taylor took the £1 note, she thought it was with a felonious intent, or only in joke. Witness immediately replied that she believed it to have been in joke! And yet the   man had beeh apprehended, and confined in the watchhouse on her charge of stealing, and further detained for several days in consequence ! Taylor was immediately discharged.       William Hollins was charged with a breach of the Hired Servants' Act, in neglecting to fulfil his engagement with his employer, Mr. Mocatta. . The circumstances of this case were narrated in our last. It was pointed out to Hollins that his master's sheep were on ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

flîi.; t. £h\,/TIDE .TABLE. iwM'..! v-jtfjo") HIGH WATF.lt AT GOVERNMENT WHARF.';0i|i Vf Pee. ¿^Saturday 10-Suridäy ... Yl ^Monday'..I >«f /tSH-Tiiesdayi,.. .liJj 13r-Wednesday..t.~ ,.. t~ 14H:Tiuirsdáy>f... 'w« Jtôî-Friday, .'.,..<.! " MORN. XVBN.~ ....,,10.39,, 1L9,, ....4lli.l5* l'í.24 ¿'.,.''11.42 42.1VÏ ...í,42.GMj2.1li'í .,,!" 12.28,0 I2f4<? ¿ ..-.'o i'l.O ,/ '1.22^11 ...-.,) 4.40, i,: 2.3., ,u

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, AUGUST 9. (From the Times.) REPEAL OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

HOUSE OF COMMONS, AUGUST 9. ("From the Times. J "REFEU. OF THE UNION. MR. GROGAN had a question to put to the right bon. baronet the Secretary for Ireland, but,,in order to make the subject to which his qupslion related intelligible to the house, he begged per- mission to read the following correspondence, which had been occasioned by Hie Magistrates of Newry íeftising to enrol any Repealers as special constables, whether they were physical force Repealers or moral force Repealers : " 12, Hill-street, Newry, July 31. " Sir,-1 send you by this post,fur presentation to His Excellency, the respectful -remonstrance of a number of the'inhabitauts of this town, of all religious denominations, who, professing and en- tertaining the most devoted loyalty to Her Ma- jesty's Ciown and person, are yet of opinion that a repeal of the legislative union, obtained by legal and constitutional means, would bo a great ad- vance towards the amelioration of the unhappy condition of Ireland,) and they re...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1848. QUARANTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

-_ ? *- - '?J'U ^SATURDAY']'DECEMBER»», loifctifiJ«« '-.f '.t n \',i*' rtfn V 4no bj'ilfi.'jf.'îiîfiiî! .Í^.QÜÁRANTJNEw'fro ¡I/. .. Iris" impossible to overrate the importance of 9 careful regard, on the part of those w jíauljim ' jïa^f^gst^he^ j climate of^^ be- neath th|^ear';lr^lia¿like. slçyjof these northern î&itudes'iitbç^ dread ofa^yisitätiöriy^ ^s'si^^;ajnk^;fliiption is by '"°" '"' è%;|i»efit^of the ijpj^jjthat pre talce im 'eWia^iiiea^||p!^â|^^^^^g'this part of the colony 'fföm tKe^mtroduction. of disease. The recent arran cements of the Emigration Commissioners, by virtue ot which a faii¿;pxñspeptLÍ3 .hejd^pnt tojitorer ton Bay of a steady and continuous sup- ply of immigrants from a, densely pÖpulä ^edxountr^yei^r.jja^ inquiry if we are prepared to guard our- selves from the not im probable! cqnse-j quences_of^stich atrexÜensijpe importation. fA^wb¿wi^re^ willie,¿aîpeiJjin tKpÍDj^¿pMhé,/iríemela,. ; sqg^a'óbj^;pf,rmane;^tfl0,J^íqLtu;r1e hasjgiv£,n;. toitbeínortií...

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HOUSE OF LORDS, AUGUST [?]. (From the Sun.) TITLES OF ROMAN CATHOLIC PRELATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

. . -. xi^o^u VA- ^ujiuu,.auui.,j1;o, , g^ ikf/1 . 'ff-Y From theiSun.J" TITLES OF ROMAN CATHOU C'PRELVTES. LORD REDESDALE moved for a copy'of a dispatch dated Downing-slreet; 20th November, 1847,'re laling to, tlie titles byw'hielí Prelates of the Roman Cathohc^Chur^ch, in the colonies _were in^futurc/to be addressed in*aU>officiaLrommttnicatiai,s.> He was induced*to', call} attention 'to the subject, as false impressions prevailed in the minds of many, in regard to the construction put upon the Chari- table Bequests Act, as conferring titles upon those Prelates similar to those the Prelates of the Pro- testant Church were addressed by. In that Act there was no rule .laid down for addressing the Prelates of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland, or anywhere else within her1 Majesty's dominions. Neither were there any titles awarded them under the Royal Commission,' appointing them, along with the dignitaries of the Protestant Church, joint administrators of'Protestant and Roma...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

. ; SALE/BY AUCTION; ;> j MR.. T.DOÀVSE', T\£lLIvSell,by PublicAuctioñ.íthe day "oCtliv T f Government Land Sale, ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER" 13V ') A new DRAY, with a first-rate Draught Hors*' »'and^Härness, well worthy'the attention of au '"indus t rious man". «u Terms-Cash. SALE BY AUCTION. ' . ti - MR/T. DOWSE > l '.'* 1 jil i «> ' TITAS received positive instructions to Sell'by ?*??*? Public Auction, on the premises, _' . /? ¡ ON THE 25TH OF JANUARY NEXT, ' At 12 o'clock, , / ' The whole of C. Campbell's, Esq., FREEHOLD PROPERTY, at KANGAROO POINT, includ- ing the Highlanders' Arms, Public House, tin* unfinished large Brick Building, and othei Tenements upon the property. The various Lots will ,be marked nut, and full particulars given in a future advertisement. ( . Terms and conditions will be liberal, and made known at time of sale-the wjiole to be disposed of to the highest bidder, without any reserve what- ever. ' v . , ,' SALES'BY PUBLIC AUCTION.' Kt J HE undersigned ...

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ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR NOVEMBER, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

? f jj j_ . ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FQR.NOVEMBER,. 1348. ^Timc.' Thermometer. Air.? Attach. 9 '¿iii. 73v5* feg?: :-. X' ? 78:7-: «76ÍO ? Ik ' 76Í9V ?í7~ ;:-k ; 7?o:; 23:9? 78~5? ;?#. \..\ :78t9Î? !'?¿3í "-Barometer;' ; Raffia £ Prevailing' Winds. 29.91 to 30.:14; 30.00^0 30 .ït 29:7750 30,00 " 29¿aß "to 30.00 30:08 to 30.20 Total....-..U 0í253¿ T Up tiV about tire -22nd.the witids; vef¿ « ä 5 very variable; with; ujasettled weather and S P rtj^W arî'd-frequéntfthùndér and liglitnui^ cu ?»? 5.-^-duriflg the latter pàrtbf the ntonth-tke ^jOTT^wJi^s^were m'oré-,regular from. som.e I~ " ' ^¡southern pioint injtheniorning,and ajseä 0j&20^b¿eéze¿between Ni and^N:E..frqm :jlïé :á *^Smiddlé;..-.of jthe day tuniîl sünset-rjmUcb' 0;294L: distant thunder and. lightning^tween ~f¿ - N:WVand;S.W. S ~- . ".:.? '??>' "-,- --? ? 3¿130.::inches¿ Ohítlib /14th'and. 15th,> the weatlier had » most unsettled' appearance, ¡the * wind ¡veerihg-'to > alb points'ofrthe compass, at times'...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

SHIPPING/INTELLIGENCE. Dec. 2. Aurora, ketclr, 16 toni.Gray, from Wide Biy 28th ult. Passengers-Mr. Pdlmei, 'Mr. Sheehan, and Mr. Shea. DEPARTURE. Jfy itechoope^gjl rickcr, for SydngyJ v P^asçengaB-Mr Lynn, Mr Mps%,' Glasier .Iffiaut,<ían foorintlieAeeÄAW^S1 V 4. Columbine, sclioonei, 70 tons, Sargeant, for Sydney. " 5 Cecilia, 44 tons, Lambert, for Sydney. 8. Aurora: ketch, 16 tons. Gray, foi Wide Bay. Passengers-14 in the steerage, 12 of whom are Chinese labourers. 8. Ann Maty schooner, 51 tons, Drown, for Sydney. Passengers-I wo in the I r f /-IMP0R1S. AntbJMary .*** keg tobicco, Hughes and Isaac , 4 boxes raisins, 2 casks fruit, 1 pel, J^ Harris , 1 cask-viaegar^4 cwk^uwaHts^^agparti^+^erat^r 3 casks, .t cask "rum. Morrison; 6 mitti asses, Power ; I ibale rope,* I 'kc'g vinegar, 2 boxes fiuit, 1 mat parcel, Htiglies«and Isaac j 1 caskVl large! do,olicrate» 6i kegs paint, 3 ¡kegs navlayiF. A*. Forbes; s It pel loaf iSUgar.oH.'itë.' Isaacs 54 case/ (piano)iR. J. Smith ;...

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VARIETIES. THE CLERKENWELL POETS. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

VARIETIES. THE CLERKENWELL POETS.     (From Punch.)       In the recent processions, or rather prowls, which have taken place in London, a poet has been, the most distinguished actor, and indeed the only one who has ev¡nced any desire to stick to his post -a lamp post- when the rumour of the arrival of the police, has been prevalent. 'We have had an opportunity of seeing some of the poet's productions, and we beg to add a specimen. It is somewhat on the model of a song, in a little book called Voices from the Crowd, entitled "WAIT A LITTLE LONGER."         Tíiéré's^A. l/córr|ingp'.boys,'théfr^ But at his staff we'll only laugh ',,. vV-'ií [''.' '.', , jQifà!-', '^Though A.T''s cóñiingi .';":'..'A. ,\'v"iv'<,';'' .'?,/. '-«.iVJ/IV l,"|..;,'.i1ii . '.'Jil';',,*' j,...''..-......,W.L..,' I ,'(,'?.<. i,'.v'-v iWhat:C^re;We(ifi,we.go<jp.bed...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE MASSACRE OF THE AMERICAN MISSION IN OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

^tl BRITISH, EXTRACTS. <THE MASSACRE-OF THE, AMERICAN,. >li.tarj ,, MISSION IN- OREGON.«.,., ;. .Î "' %¿^háve:*éen ¡favoured îCômmitteeof the Hudson'sBftXCómp^ñy-:wi.tli".lhe> 1róllowihg.detterV'oóntóínifí^»he partiql|lars':of,.'the massacre, bylthé ïçidiarisVof tim American mission rat Walla WàUa^in.tîibOregon t^rHolly^Of which" abrMiacoourifchas'-ajr^ -M*Bean iïan' officer,iri,c)fitàêWm-ioTt'fcp^ngiï !fo!tlié'iHúdsbn'SfA|Co#M stiehë of :'-this-: Ján^eataBÍé."óc'cuí-rfence¿ ï ;._-? ^-^ ï -fj^,,i.S - r/c ?:: ' >r<'?.?'? ;'.3¡j.-''í.íí; < ? 'yf'cbVX>V ;r' 't-ll--'s-\^&iH,'tii:'è\'I ? f-?"?v ;' <:''yi-i-\.:.i¡,i^il,'h" ^"r'v^îoVëmber^OVilS^T. ;¡; ;t*%ch'tlernertÄ,Ö you acquainted with ,a¡liorr.id HjaSáacre Which; topfc platt! yesterday at Via ¡lint DU. abolit which 'If WAS iirst'apprised 'early this morning by an American, who ;hadrese»ped,>f,..i!.e^na^ reached^this half naíced, (aMcAyeréd^ith blood. ? As he .started'i...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. PROPOSED CHANGE IN THE CONSTITUTION. (Supplement to Government Gazette, Nov. 15) Downing-street, 31st July, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

C0LC#i^i;;fX¥it^e;T^. .<i«í ÍVI.;L PROPOSEDrCHANGBatí^THE^ONSTITU (Supp/e»tw^ío\<3iwér^ífrteTíí (r<ise«í?i Nov. 15 ) . ''i ' " . ^ltóW-í"trc»t^|st.íujyv.l848. No. 3> of the t^j'blf^Jat^ryilMt^ report the steps .whichjy w opinions of ; thjexoínjhjtó pre- side, Tn^ilalobn^tliè^mea?û^ in my despa^b^^iöiäul^; 1847; and; also No. 31, of the 2riii February last, ^ from a lar^e ,ihu*mber bf the' ííouseholdersjand viñbabítahts^of'Sy^^ any <liange}íiii^h^ ^nstitiötion^ which; 8halXr#Í]h^ of the coi^ste^fer^e.;'^^; t :, ,2. ,;I-xai^/inijy¿r^ of - sorrow fprthe-^ «^le^'to^^^ '#puid';ptne|\£^ thecon&aecàli6:rV^ B,Ume.,j3ssure: vVou.stuat'i-.feelei at~the .samgjt^e^^ représentions thus^fo làyed àrfjiwérinçypii^or^ of the expe^ta^onheid butin'your despatches of íurÜ.er^t?M9IÍ!*^t^^^ not yet .af>iyye^.^^j^^le,ty npt; to i act-without being fùl|ywin* ppssëssi^ of thy' in nabitántttipfji^NewSQÜirtí Wale's oh the question of . _iirjnos3ib]è" t...

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SMALL [?] COURT BEFORE CAPTAIN—WICKHAM AND DR. BALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 9 December 1848

SMALL DEBTS COURT     BEFORE CAPTAIN WICKHAM AND DR. BALLOW Monday, 4th Dec. - There were twenty-three causes on the list for trial vidson v. Richardson, Davidson v. Liddeard, andand Davidson v. Gray. Those cases possessed no feature of general interest, being simply for goods sold and delivered. Judgments went for the plaintiff. Fitzpatrick v. Nowlan ; judgement for plaintiff.                 Miff, who is ?atpáifítc'r áüdCglízley.'} The amount f: chimed wjis-iil-Iils. r,It appeared,/rpair,thc cvi . dence of'tíiR!pÍain'tiff,^as^\veÍl as^from1 the de- fendant's statements thatnan ¡agreement of part ¡' ncr.ship.had';at first .subsisted betvyeen-jthe parties*; '?' but that being dissolved, U^ plaintiff brought the present action to recover tiie vai'iic of his labour, i wliie.h,.in fact jwas' aTp'oruôîf of '1iîs"sfiarc of "the ! profits'/.'. Defendant'plendáF...

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