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No title Paris, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

(From the Express, Dec. IS.) ?', Paris, Friday Evening . A a«ree appears authorising the collectia taxes and indirect revonues until April ], |; and opening to the Ministers a' provisional tn upon tho budget of 18J2. ITie second nrticle this decrco prolongs for another year the pta government monopoly of tho manufacture sole of tobacco. Tho third article raodifin duty on cigars, packet* of which under kilogrammes are to pay 24 francs tho I grnmme. Tho fourth nrticle opens to the nit ters a provisional credit of 369 millions, ivffi tho «um adopted by tho committee of the h get for the threo first months of .1852. 1 fifth article opens a provisional credit of half million of francs to tho Minister of AVarbn ticipation on thnt of 1,500,000 allowed military pensions. Tho nixth articlo nuthwi tho Minister of iinnnco to cronto for thestn of the treasury and negotiations with thcBi of Franco treasury bills bearing interest psji at fixed dates. Tho trcnstiry bills in circuits nro not to exc...

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No title Paris, Tuesday, Dec, 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

(From the Timi, Dee. 10.) Paris, Tuesday, Dec, 9. Tho Moniteur pnblishcs n decree, announcing thnt nil individuals plnced under tho surveillance of tho high police, who shall bo proved to have quitted tho placo assigned them m their resi dence, may, as n measure of gencrni safety,' be transported to Cayenne or Algeira, for a mini mum of fivo yenr6, and n nxtrrmum of ten. The same measuro shall be applied to indiTi« found guilty of forming part of a secret cietv. ? W The Prefects of tho places under the {Jljj lance of tho high police will in futuru givjl Government the right of fixing tho place tlio|| vict shall reside in after having umlorgoiJH punishment. m Paris and its suburbs arc interdicted to JE persons, who nro bound to quit in 10 daysS the promulgation of tho present dcerce. A wealthy proprietor at Nuits, Cote d'Or been assassinated. Tho houses - of the w& Legitimists at Cabertany, Herault, wenj ^ on the 6th instant, 'and the proprietors ass natod. At Beziors several...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

ORIfilN AT/ CORRESPONDENCE. . T» ilie Editor of the Bathurst Free Pi-en and Mining Journal. ' - ? «? Sir, — I think you .must havebeen under some misfipprehension'respecting the cause of the de tention of tii8 Turon mail on Saturday evening' last. The Chashire and Clear Creaks were safely forded, although with some delay,, on account of the floods ; so wuch bo that tlic.mail did noi arrive at Kelso until three hours after its usual hour. On its arrival therp the coach man, not satisfied with the reports which reached him, of the flooded state of the'SIacqunric, rode down to the river with his mail bags, and he aa serts that he could havo safely crosicd, .but that ho could find no boatman to fcrry'him - 'across. Ho was consequently obliged to retiira to Kelto, whore hcrnmajnad in chargp of, the bxgs until Sunday morning, whim he xrossed the' river, aud got into Bathurst early in the day. ??'? ? 'Yours obediently, ? ..'.;. V : A PASSBKGER. ?

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EXTRACT FROM A PRIVATE LETTER DATED, PARIS, DEC. 8, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

mXTKlCI r«0M A THiriTB T.BTTIU T)i.TlD, -1KI5, DHO. '$5*1851. 11 One ? of onr female servants is married to a non-commissioned officer in one of the regiments of civic troop* whicli^are emjjloyod more especi ally inthe arrest, and executions now going on. Wo learn from her that her husband was encaged with his company the entire day yesterday in making arrests. He docs not know how many hundred were 'lodged by his company Jn. the prisons. - Ho - says they are ordored out to tha - Champs dollars to-day 'to shoot a. number— reported to be ISO — of thos* condemned by, the court-martial.' : : ' ' From tho langnage used by the wife we infer that the soldiers, at least of that regiment, not withstanding their cnormons extra pay, nre tho roughly disgusted with their; work. All the usual, vocabulary of abusivb epithets is show ered on -the President, such as' brigand, »c«/e rat, &c ? ? ??;????. '.'? ' :. ??'? 'After I despatched ror packet last evening a friend called who oughtto.be...

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EXTRACT FROM A SURGEON'S LETTER DATED PARIS DEC. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

?XT»ACT TKOU' A' StfROBOU's LBTTBK DXTBD '????' ..:--'.'-; .TAKHDBa 8 :— ??? 'j cannot now give yon much acconris of the: ' awful scones that happened hsro yesterday I narrowly escaped being -shot in tho street, as many wora ; and haring enterod my hotel on the Boulevards) which were filled with thousand* of troops, a sadden discharge of muikctry took placo along the whole line— volley after volley; not a honse, icarcoly a window, was spared, whether containing combatant* or not. Define I. eonld ?rush from my room musket ball* 'entered by tho window, from which 1 had retreated but a step or two. In another room wm a Rnuian family ; the brothor, a fine young man, and his siiter wero both strnck by bulls while hastening from (ho room with their mother. Tha lady had her hand shattered, the brother was iliot in the chest. I have seldom fait a more intcn»o_ pleasure in my profession than in being »bte to' give immedi-te assistance to -these poor periom, for whick otherwise they muit have...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

COUNTRY NEWS. Cotton Cultivatios.— A subscription hns been commenced for the purpose of raising a smiill suni of -money, to sat agoing tho cultiva tion of cotton, , to: a limited ox'tqnt, onsomo fa vourable .position on tho river banks near Bris bane; 'That cotton of firet-rate quality can bo grown in tho district hns -already been satisfac torily established, and that a highly favourable market can bo fotind'f'ortho produce, to any con ccivablo extent, is also a fact that has boon equally ascertained. These, two important \ '.points,, there-' fore, being settled, we bcloivp tho .object of the subscribers is to ascertain, by .practical experience whether the cultivation of cotton could bo advan tnpreotidly pursued in the present state or tho la bour market. Jt.is . assumed by , many, wo ,be lievo, that it could not; but the datb on .which, the assumption rests docs not appear generally to be considered ns conclusive': nnd hence tho ne cessity of a fair experiment - being made. Tho ,...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. '? . ? «» Mar. 27'sE ? S^- :. :'r9 '«''?; ^8 6 . ''-'3' 28!a. - ^ .'??' 10 6 .^0 7 . 3. 29lJf. 6. . ?-? 10 5 . 59 « ;-.. 8 30|T. .6 ' U 5 ; v 57 9 . 3 31 W. 6. 1^ S- .. : 36 10 ,;. 3 Apl. lTh. 6 . 13 5 .84 11 . 3 s'F. G . 14 5 . '5312 . 3

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THE ANTICIPATED REVOLUTION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

THE ANTICIPATED REVOLUTION IN -?'? '?-?'??:? ??! ' FRANCE. As our contributor of European . politics pro dieted,''! the two well reasoned 'and farrsecing papers, wo have had ths pleasure, recently to insert in our columns — this prognoitionted event has come to pass somewhat sooner, it is truo, than our readers were led ? to suppose— but evi dently hastened by the bold carear of* second Napoleon. 7' :';';; ;?'. ' ,-'.-.'.? '!fThe address 'of JtheTrejiflent of the branch Republic, to, the officers, of the army, which wo reported in a 1: to number of this journal, showed his determination not to temporize— -hay, should circumstances demand it, he was prepared to .strike the *Srst ? 'blow: 'Yet, as our contributor1 cited, ' It was one man against six -hundred.' Great as wore tho appnrerit: odds againit him tho'coup de main' of the President is ' 6ingulurly effective, arid shows him to ba (politically speak ing) not simply a.plotting' but1 a- skilfnl tactician —ono who canseize time by ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1852. THE GOLD DIGGERS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

the bathursteree; press; ' 'MAflXA KSIVBRITAS ET PU^TALBBIT.' SATURDAY, MARCH 27; 1852.. THE GOLD DIGGERS' PETITION. , Tub dieastrons consequences of the floods which .hare latterly been to frequent upon the Turon hare not only dispirited numbers of bed-claimants but-have generated a . strong fetling. of dissatis faction lit the unvarying regularity with- which ? they are visited by the Commissioners, anil the license fei exacted. This dissatisfactioa hns given rent toitsolf in, ths ihap« of a potition sit ting forth' their'; gritvances, and it- must be c»n fsesed by^tho most; sceptical that 'its prayer ii'.'a .very-reasonable on*;':,'' '.' ' .''?.^'.irTHB/PBTITlOl^ ' - TO JOHN RICHARD nARDT, ' ESQ., J. T. Commissioner »f Crown. Land* for the Gtld ?;,'? Districts. The Petition ofUie Holders of Bed ?eiaitns.cn the Turen. Humbly Shbwjeth— ?'.; ./. : r ? rThafyour 'petitioners hare bcen-h older* ; ©f hod claims for .several months put, daring ?which itimo ' they hava, paid considerable...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

(From tJw: Times; December 4.) Tho following despatch fronr our correspondent at Paris, transmitted by Submarine Telegraph, was published in the second edition of tho Times of yesterday :— ' ... - ' ? ? ? Paris, December 3, 9 a.tn. Tho now Ministry is composed of M. de Morny, interior ; Fould, Finance ; Houhcr, JuBtico ; Magne,- Public Works ; Lo Koucho, Marine ; Cnsabiancn,' Commerce ; St. Arnnud,' War ; Fortoul, Publio Instruction ; Turgot, Foreign Affairs. ' Paris is perfectly tranqnil. The theatres were oponsd yesterday evening ; and tho intelligenoo received from seventeen departments announces tho greatest tranquillity. MM. Baroche, Drouyn de L'Huya, Admiral Cecilo, MM. Montiilembert, Lucien M«rat, and soventy-liv9 other u'ntmguished members of the National Assembly, form tke new Council of State. Wo have since received, also by dectria tele graph, tho following despatch : — Paris, Wednesday Evening, Deer. 8. The deposition of the Prciident, ns decreed by tho remnant of the ox...

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PROCLAMATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC TO THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

rnOCLAMATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE IlEPUBLTC TO THE AIIMY. V Soldiers ! — Be proud of your missiou ; you will save the country. I rely upon you not to violate the laws, but to com mand respect for the first law of the coun trv — national sovereignty — of which I am the legitimate representative. . ' You long suffered, like me, from the obstacles that prevented, me doing you all the good I intended, and opposed the de monstrations of your sympathy in my favour. Those obstacles are ? removed. The Assembly sought to impair the au thority which I derive from th« entire nation ; it has censed to exist. 'I make a loyal appeal to the people and the army, and I tell them— Either give me the means of insuring your prosperity, or choose another in my place. ? ?*' In 1830, as well as in Itt48, you were treated like a vanquished army. . After having branded your heroical. disinterested- ness, they disdained to consult your symr pathies and wishes, and, nevertheless, you are the elite of the n...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. (From tfie Empire. March t3.) Tho immigrant ship Sir George Seymour, .which arrived last evening, has made a fine pns ?eago of eighty-soven days from Falmouth. Our English newspapers by this vessel are to the 20th of Diicorabcr. The chief intelligence is that of tho Rovolu tion in Franco ; in other rospecta tho papora are ? extremely uninteresting, Consols opened on iho 2nd of December nt 95 § to } ; bnt oa tho rccoipt, by Eloctric Telegraph, of u despatch from Paris announcing tho extra ordinary proclamations of Louis Napoleon, they' immediately reachod 96 J-, being a decline of 2 f. Later in tho day they rallied, and left off at J 7 to ^. This will probably bo regarded a* the best indication of the sensation prodncod in Lon don by tho now disorganisation iu Fronch affair*, Tho Queen and Koyal Family arrived at 'Windsor from Osborno House, on tho 20th of December. On the 3rd of December a conference of the parl amontary reformers was held at Manchester, nttondod by do...

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No title THE TIMES OFFICE, 4 O'CLOCK, A.M. Paris, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

(BY SPECIAL TRAIN.) THE TIMES OFFICE, 4 O'CLOCK, A. it. Paris, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 4 p.m. You will already, I trust, have received by submarine telagrnph a summary of the news of tho extraordinary ovents that have passod hero this moruing. 'With ovory disposition to com municnto a regular account of these incidents, it will be difficult under such circumstances to present other than an abrupt and hurried de scription. The President of the Republic was informed last night that a meeting was held nt General Changnrnier's house, attended by M. Thiers, M. Baze, nnd others of the chiefs of parties, at which it was decided that the coup against tho President should bo mado this very day — that is, that he should be arrested, tho Assombly prorogued or dissolved, nnd no doubt tho Re public abolished. It was considered nbsolutoly necessary to tako steps immodintely. Proclamations were at once prepared, addressed to tho nation and to the army, in the forrasr of which the President ex plained his...

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REVOLUTION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

REVOLUTION IN FRA.NCE, Tho intelligence from the French Republic ex tracted into onr issue of tho 26th of last month from a New York paper — though of a very im perfect and confmod charactar, must have pre pared the pnblie mind for now political con-' yulsions, but hardly for tho startling nnd onor ttious assumption of despotic power on tho part of tho President, an:l the daring and complete destruction . of the constitution, ? which tho fol lowing extracts from the English papers just re ccivod, will discloso. ? (From t\e Time*, Dec. 3.) ? PARIS IN A STATE OV SIEGE. ' DiS30Um0M OS TIIS A3SBVBt,T. TliB.^following most important despatch, re ceivod''r8y;Submarino Telegraph, was published in oar second edition ef yesterday : — ? '-?'?: ??? T''~ 'Paris, Tuesday morning. ' Paris in a state of siege. ' The President, re-establishes universal suf frage, and appeals to the people.' The following despatches, nil by electric tolc-' graph, ware afterwards received-: — ' ? Paris, Tuesday, Dec....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

LOCAL INTELIIGENCK. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. A sale of crown lands took place on Tkursday lust at the Police. Oflleo, Batlmrst, when the fol lowmg lots wore submitted for public coiapeti tioii. ... . . ... .'.. .'?? Town Allotwent». '; Allotments — 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5' of section 6. con- taining 1 aero oach in tho' 'village of *Peel.' The ups«t ? jirico for these was £8 per acre,' no offers were made. Allotments— 1 and 2 of section 7, containing each l.aere 3 roods, no bidder. '. '-' 'Sububban Allotments. . ' Allotment— No. 14, of g'pction 0, containing fi' acres, bonght by Mr. G. SehofielJ, nt the upset price £2 10s. per a«re. . Allotment — No. 15, of section 6, containing & acres, whs knocked down to Mr. Thnckor. at £3 10s. per acre. . ' : Allotment lii of same section, containing; 5 acres, was then offered at tho npset price of £2 1 Os. per acre, and was warmly contested by Thackor and Edward Doghcrty. It was finally knocked down to tho former at £5 Si. per aero . : .-.;??:. .-...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. SPAIN AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

-.-?: ?JRITlSH-JBLTEACTS.:Mg SPAIN AND AMERICA. 'Hun - ' ?'???? (From the Times Nov. 25.) M'3^ Wo have already mbntioried 'th'o cleincni;HB'(,r'J good feeling shown, by, the Spanish 6pver$^B|mt in granting, a freo -pitrdon 'to - twenty-three ^Hm i tish subjects,' who had unhappily' taken pE^Hj]0, the -lawless expedition' of Gonorn'l LbpeiujBB nn the Island Of Cuba, -and -were scntoncedbj^B,^ authorities in that island to bp transported Hj t( peiial cstabliMimcriti'' of Spnin for their oS^Hj,v As individuals- wo can profess to feel nK^R]e'o, more than bare compassion for men who I^^H- ir their own lives at the nicrcy of the Govcrm^B|r ^ Cuba, by a wanton nndpiraticul inroad, m!'^R)!; j appear, to havo forgotten what ? they owdb^H,m(!, country of their birth -when they ,. cmb:\r»d iBlmit criminal ndventure -rppmlintcd -and conJeiJJi,^ hy tho laws of nil nations. Such acts cut ro5^H,CCt from the protection ,to ? whieh they aro (Oi^H :ls British subjects in all parts' of ths wori(B| lon...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

. MINING INTKLLKjKNGK. ? :Grn.5tANDTKE Diggixgs.— Wo paid a viaitto the new'diggings on the Uilmaiidyko creek. a few days ago, nnd found some fifty or sixty miners at work,' consisting principally of tho neighbours, and a few Bathurst people. Littlo was doing at tho time, tho floods having so thoroughly soaked the soil that a spadeful of dirt was scarcely re moved before tho cavity thus lnndo becamo a wa ter-hole, Of the correctness of everything whieh has ttsen published respecting the 'Gilmaadyfca diggings wo ara perfectly satisfied, bnt until the place has been further' proved, should hesitate giving an opinion. Although 'quarta'and sehis toso rooks are most nbundnnt within a mile of tho diggings, nnd are to be found in tha immediate vicinity, the laud upon the creek differs from any gold country with which wo nru acquainted. Rich alluvhil flats, bearing; thick grass to tho wa ter's edge, boundthc creek on both sides, nnd the neighbouring ridges rise only to n very slight oje vat...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. Forest Creek, 8th March, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

COLONIAL NEWS,' : VICTORIA. ???';? '?'??-' ? MOUXT AT,BXA.SDEn. ' , \ ' (From our mvn Correspondent.) Forest. Creek, 8th MaVch, IS52. ?-- Tiio Auilitof-Gsneral^sevoral of the Commis sioners, and other functionaries, held a meeting on tho ground, but a3 it was among. themselves, I C3tild not Ionrn tho cause.' Soina think it was 'aboutftha, post, others, - that it was concerning th.3 roads,' whilo a third party- supposed it concerned -, Mr, . Arm 8trong. Ono thing is certain, tho burning of sly grog shops has bsen put a 6top to. The' goods and chattels are now Biased and conveyed away. A serious accident occurred at tho Five Mile Creek, lust Thursda}'. A party of three return ing to Melbourne, camped for tho night ; ono hearing a noise, sjized his gun by the muzzle, hut while pulling it from imder some harncs.*, the trigger caught, and the poor follow received the contents in his right breast. .Ho lived long enough to request baing sent to Melbourne, bid his mates good byo, nnd expire...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

BIRTH, At her residence William-street, on Sunday   the 21st instant, Mrs. H. H. Curtis, of a son. DIED, At Grubbenbong, on Sunday night the 21st in- stant, in child birth, Jane the beloved wife of   Mr. Thomas McKell, in the thirty-first year of her age ; leaving a young family of five children to bewail the loss of an affectionate mother.

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

SYDNEY MWS. The Dbath Asdkk. The rcptilp knnwn as, the Do.itb, or more properly spe iking D'Hf Ad der, has justly bi-eri -r :gaided wiih ib'i.ornnre and alnrm as the most dnadly of tho sntike »p cies. -It is not .goncially known. ho-,v#ver, tliat tliis reptile pnsspsses the Pi-wer of springing- to a height of spveral fecc. 'The- Death A'ld'.-r.ia usu ally looked npoq an pxtiemely slugaNfi. but wlien molested it nttHcks with, great activity. A few days since, a gentleman, whiht riding ihrnugh the bush near Bondi, noticed tint lus-dng whs attracted to a particular spot. Upun .rsaminntion he perceived ono of tlitise venomous icptiltis on the ground, from which-his dug instinctively kept a very reipectalile distsinco. - lie made several ineflVctual »tt«inpts to kill it with his -rifling whip when suddenly the adder surangfrom thu gound and fas'ene ! to tha too of his l-oo'. whilst in ;he stirrup. He soon Itt go his hold, however, lfav ing a very drstinct mark on the leaMier. Poi tii nai...

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