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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

S FRANCE ' The manufactory for spinnig and oi0mbing wool, which was built by th(e late Mr John Cockerilli at a cost of more than a million: oft:?francs, only: three yearsago, near St.. Denis, was gold by auction in?" Paris on" Saturday last for only 375500f.O No person connected withthe house at Liege waspresent at the sale." reen at h 'Tie oaltn' ofSunday was seiz-d for an srticle on the disturbances at Mangon,,in which it says that the go'vern. meintneglecis ooopportunity ot bring in'g"the army into collision with the citizens, and of habituating the araoy to shed the blood of the people. A box of caricatures ridiculing the kinig of the French, were seijed on board the English steamer at St. Maloes, aiidetheir proprietor was imprisoned. The Paris papers are full of gossip about Mdlle. Fanny Elssler. It seems that she was engaged to return to the French Opera on the 15th August, 18O0, but that her leave of absence was pro. longed to January last. Still she did not come ; in cousequ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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REASONS FOR THE REPEAL OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

REASONS FOR TIHE REPEAL OF THE UNION. First-The parliamentof Ireland was extinguished by that act against the wish and without the authority of the Irish people. Secondly-The Irish parliament that passed that act had no power or autho rity to extinguish themselves. They were, in the words of Lord Plunket, appointed to make laws, not legislatures. They had no more right to commit suicide than a criminal man has to put a period to his own existence. We respectfully deny that it was within toe competency of the Irish' parliament to pass thenact of union. Thirdly- The people of Ireland, by an almost univ.'rsal voice, protested against the passing of that act. lJp wards of 700,003 actually petitioned the Irish parliament not to pass the act of union, while there were not 6,0)0, netitioners found to favour it in any respect. Fourthly-The union act was passed by the most criminal means - by the direct application of militrlry force, andti by corruption the most kxtentive and profligate tha...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

CHINA. Taou Kwang, Present Emperor of asina.-Tauu Kwang was born in 81, during the life of his grandfather, en-lung, at whose Court Lord Maa rtney and the news of a hapyy ter nation of a revolt in Thibet arrived arly at the same time. The first fif en years of Taou Kwang's life were ent at the court of Keen Lung, his andfather, a man whose long reign of ty years showed that the wholebent his mind was set upon the snbjuga on of all the neighbouring kingdoms i1 nations, and the nations, and the tirpation of not a few of them. Jany a captive chief was brought to te Imperial Palace, and there made to rithe in all the agonies that ingenious alice could devise for them. Such pectacles must hiave had a far greater ifect in steeling the heart of the young rince than all the virtuous, lessons oe onfussian ld6ro could in the way of sikiig its6oft and sensitive. In 1820 e came to the.throne, though the fol wing year, 1821, was, by Imperial diet, commanded tostand in the calen ar as the first o...

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FEARFUL PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

•AV-rUL PROSPECT. - The contem jied improvements in the cloth trade JIvery probably throw out of em Inent, ere long, one half of the astive population of Leeds, at the time that, with the diminished her of hands, the productive power ir cloth machinery .Ky he increased Sor even a hundred if(ld. At in. gent Shetlield c6rrespondent also rms us that in that town they are t to bring out a machine for en ingt in all its, branches. "It pro. s," says hlie, ' to penetrate into fows, and to execute its work in r intricate places in a manner such hand engraving could never reach." Sexpected to throw out of work a Slarge proportion of the hand en ers. The same improvements are g adopted in every branch of ufacture-the object in view always Ig, to save th, roSt of human labour to increase the rapidity of produc . The question- then arises-What o he done with :the distbanded opera s! Hlow are those men who-have n thrown destitute 'by mechanical Stovemeuts+ adequately to he pro ed for? And then c...

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NEW ZEALAND. The Wellington Spectator. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

NEW ZEALAND. The Wellington Spectator. Had the settlement been possessed of greater banking facility heretofore, rash speculatiton would have been the con sequence. But we now know our country and most of its resources, and the colonists are, by the trials they have passed through unscathed, and the experience they have acquired, war ranted in greatly enlarging their opera tions. Circumstances are particularly favourable for doing so. It is to be questioned whether a better period for importing stock will ever present itself,:and, whether a better mode of enriching the colony can be suggested. For these reasons the utmost assistance should be afforded, which prudence would warrant. The committee for conducting the " puclic fete to celebrate the second anniversary of the arrival of the settlers in New Zealand," have published a programme of the amusements of the dlay. There will be boat-racing, horse. racing, foot-racing, shooting, jumping, climbing, and lots of fun. The Horti cultur...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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SCABBY SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

ScABBY SHaiEP. - We were some what surprised to hear an opinion given from the bench on Wednesday last, that the regulation restricting the driv ngof diseased sheep in particular moniths has not been in force in this district. As prevention is better than cure, the sooner that steps are taken 'for the. clearing up of this disputed point the better. The mere driving of diseased sheep ought to be considered criminal, unless under special permis-. sion, although no actual trespass or i.njury may have been committed. MONTIILY Tisr of persons who have :tiken out depasturing licenses for the district of Portland Bay, from the 1st to the 28th February, 18412: - Robert Aitken, Edward Robert Bostock, Wil. liam Henry Bacchus, Callaghan and Stewart, James Hodgkinson, Pemboy & Cooper, Thomas Herbert Power, John Hunter Patterson, James Pearson, John Raven, Charles Smith, John Sievewright, and John Winter. The next Court of Criminal Sessions will open to-morrow the 15th instaut, The Aphra...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

ENGLAND. MINEIRL WEALTH OF GRItEAT BRITAIN -The average value of the annual produce of the mines of the British Islands, amounts to the enormoussum of £20,000,000, of which amount about £8,000,000 arise from iron, and about £9,000,000 from coal The mineral produce of Cornwall and Devon alone has recently amounted to. £1,340,000. In this estimate the value of copper is taken in the ore before fusion ; that of the iron, lead, zinc, tin, and silver after fusion, in their first marketable con dition. DEATH OF THOMAS DitBnI -This extraordinary writer, whether regarded as a man of talent or of industry, as an original genius or an adapter, died on Thursday the 16th September. aged 70. His father was the celebrated Charles Dihdin, whose productions will live while England has a ship or a sailor to man it. thomas was married twice. One of his sons by his first wife holds a respectable situation in the post.oflice. By the second wife he has left a young family quite unprovided for; and it is...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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MIDDLE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

MIDDLE DISTRICT. Hlonest Jokn Again-We are indebt ed to the captain of the Rafaelle for the following information concerning John Thomas Wilson of far-. famed notoriety. It appears that after living some time in a low pothouse at Singapore with the fair partner of his flight, he left her in utter destitution there, and proceeded on to Rhio, tihe capital of the island of Bintang, about forty miles from Singapore. Captain Tayag de scribes him living almost in a state of mendicity; and despised by most of the inhabitants; his character having ar rived there as quickly as himself. TIE SALE OF S'rTEAMEls.-The sale of the steamers of the General Steam Na.? vigation Company took place on,Mon.. day. The principal bidders were Mr. John Jones, and Mr. Hancock of Wol longong. The Victoria having only one hid was bought in on behalf of the company by Major Innes for .£8,000, and the Maitland by Mr. King for £5.900. The Sophia Jane, after a long contest between Messrs Jones and Hau. cock, was bo...

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LEGISLATION FOR THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

LEGISLATION FOR THE BLACKS. A few weeks ago we published a highly important dispatch relative to the management of the blacks at Swan River ; a copy of which was forwarded by Lord John Russell to the Governor of British Guiana, for the purpose of framing similar regulations for the aborigines of that territory. A bill for legalizing the evidence of aborigines without the formality of an oath, was accordingly introduced into the Court of Policy, and as it must be instructive as well as interesting to know the proceedings of other communities in a similar situation to ourselves, we quote the following report of the debate from the Guiana Times of 10th August. Next came the order of the day for the second reading of the Aborigines Witnesses Bill. Mr. Rose : The bill which is now before the Court, I must object to on principle. It goes to a very dangerous length in my opinion. In the first place, we know the state of society where the Indians, at least those circumstanced as this bill s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 March 1842

NOTICE. P ARTIES indebted to the PORT PHILLIP GAZETTE are informed that unless they pay their Subscriptions to MR . BUCKIINOGIIAM, who. is now in Corio, on or before Wednesday the 16th March, they will be sued in the CouRT OF REQUESTS. GEORGE BUCKINGHAM. 12th March, 1812. To the Friends of Youth. DIR. STEWART begs to intimate that he will deliver his Lecture on Etducation on Tomorrow Evening. Hour of Attendance, 7 o'clock, Corio, March 15. ON SALE AT THE STORES OP THE UNDRRSIGNED, JUST RECkIVED, Ex Arliwright &. Emancipation, FROM LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, CO1 RROSIVE SUBLIMATE. Rum and Brandy in bond. -A large Assortment of Ironmongery and Cutlery, including Shingle, Hurdle. and other Nails. - Hosiery and Haberdashery. Gentlemen's and Men's Clothing of all descriptions.-Dunstahle, Rutland, and Tuscan Bonnets.-Ladies'and Children's Shoes and Boots. - English Cheese. Pickles, Salad Oil, Cut rants, Raisins, Spices, and Bottled Fruit.-Stationery Soap.-Port and Sherry Wines, in bott...

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

?'.d; b;.;:i ,:,FOREIGN. ' ,':·· Adviles fronm St. I'ecersburgh state thaittlihere hes not been a asingle day of rain ihere fortihe last two months. -The drought has' been so great that in two thir:dsb of Ru'ssla tile coru will be parched u~p and ~unpioodctive. ?, Vhilst the-crew of the French frigate 1'enuaswere bcing exercised off Brent on the 24th ult., six men where killed, End elevea. dangerously wounded, by- the: bursting of one of the:guns. _ Pressitg State of Atlhies.-We drdi ,e to Athens, passing-on our- right, the remains ol the old wall which formerly connected the-city with its harbour, but couhl hardly believe our eyes wh||een wbefirst behield a wretched littie town, •hbicdh reminded me of those one occa aionally meets in the north of England. Mady houses were still buildlng, and sori'e, though finished, aM yet uninhab ite'd'; trees were standing in the midst ol the road, and shops u!l of hialfuin. opened g'ooda were to be seen. hl'|ie l?ing-'s new palace looks at prese...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

f ~::;·.. :. ! ,+"? . AN.. . .,:,i . .. -D,+ ; : Corn? L'azw: Gamblitig- 1·oreign' corn is now!subject/ to a duty o-f l:3J. 3d?:i the average .:of:-the , sixi, weelks -bein_, isg-Gtl.'" ?The object of the sp'e?culatord s is-to inaintaih the present pric ;"'and; to do so, theyiwill sel!: nohing but.: the' best wheat, an ? keep lhackr interior-qul.'el Itiese,: .:T his.-o operatiOnl +-w:illico::'ntrinue until-' t h'ey-' g?. it herT gene.rhl aviie'rages, iij'to:72r :wti~n'it he nh d u w y= wi lrl be.On ly: s.++ d.i : The prolbabiliti y +'iS;is?;'-t'hstthei ?,vliole 'foreign · corn in borid,'rquhal to abou t 1,000,000; o f quarters, witl thenr be ente?redil for. home'' :.cciisUmption: · That object once ;accom pllisfed, th:eli plan of oqperationsl.-will.immrediately' change,,and :then tihe ?inferiur-samples+ only will be exposed In thle markeis" s to b~rigi d~ownthnrle~l ave'rses, and' raise~ thed' ?uty. h',Th'e cobr n'wi?6 in" bond' is' chiefly, ·if no-';t 'entireljy,~of· last yea~r: cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

Iu tihe Supreme Court of A?cw ?oelh Wailefor . i/s "s act 01 ....r I: CIIrARpIES :SLADEN,; Li.'B; Notary -. Public, ,late, oft Doctorsb Commons in the uctly ,of: ,London, .and- now oof: eel'ong'in the colony of.New Siuth % ales, one of ithe Pioctiors of',+the Ec? clesiosticiI'a'` nd 'Admiirlty' Courtcs' "in Dottii-s'*'Com'hins hfoiesatid, d'? lido eeby' give notice that 'l-iitend tdo'apply' to this Honorable Coart on the list day o0 the'rbEster 'rerm now n'ext, ensuling, to be diidi'tteid a ~licitor,'·A'torney; .iind Pi-oct or of t:thisH6onorarble Clurti -Datied this 2lsLt day·of Misrti.:r181i,+ i':? ? + - C" l : tLa k S:II?I' S LADE ,N. + sorsses brokten-in.° ' ~se UNDEIISIGNE 'wllbe'is h~iy'~ .1',: to· recive 'Coltsi ?e. for breakliig.' either for Saddle 'or-. Harnessihavi'nii g' been regularly.+'brought I:up: to' -ttLdt' business in one of the first establish m'litq' it'l "0nd',' Kand 'haviiig e bidkl foi'many' year'.s 'in' Van'Dieien's" Iih'idt can tgive the· most satisfactory,:...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

1'Th;~ tave~ller selidom sees ~infants in a8.Ssan .yRlls il.d . 1n no parto.othe coontry, did we ever meet a woman . Wilthn ~:-?hiild:.iYhhr:arms,;.Tlhe cthildren:. areahlways dragged about in, little. arth oiipletely swaddled upto, - l e'orL th'm l'rom'thc cold.; !: :i:.? ·,, S?.Ephraim," .said ,Simon.: -" ?what doesa .young fellow. lookllke,. when galiianing his' sweetheart. through a showe'r ?"' ," 'Why,". said Ephraim, looking at his boot, " he has very much· ilthe appe.rance of a rain bean I'" 'Origin of tse Names of Wtines.--O ur mountuin wines are brought from the mountains around Malaga. Mluxadine, or Muubsadel, is a French wine, chiefly ,produced in Provence and Languedoc; Port derives its name from Oporto or Porlo, ,a handsome town.in Portdigal'; * Hock' or 'Hockmure, is mostly' mude in Hockleeim,, or l-iockham, a village: not fuir"fro thile :city of 1ontz,:on. the Rhino L?iTeite;n d ~Ui'ntot tinged,? or. read •wine ; .Sherry: is :derived, fr0omi e;reds situated .i'? the e...

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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

:THE PRES BYTERIA'J . CIU RCHB"j" Fro'm tlie Sycdny Grazet'te. ) It. is alik e rfoeign .to.tht e iprinciples' of'this bpa n??,n nto rur o wnlprivate feelirngs, stoi ipeik wiih dtsrespectU or in atoneof levit'y, of' iii6yotli d+e-g? nominations obf' Chliristita;nas stnorgwhom': we')live; 'or o hs h r ald upodn to mrinilsiter to tlheir spiritual wel fge. Ve'o hSve hdaring, erthied fen stages of' is smewhat erratic: life, ~been Sdenizens: of: coduntries ivhoere" thie Pro testasntlor:Catholic was alternately :the established relo giton o' thie laud Am.. o tno~pg? t he 'neir "bto beJfurrgoitten .fri?onds ?6f fo rmer di.ss whoisse g oodns canno t? b loit, a' en to the, ortexi of?: Iwoidlxy cares which are common to"us. 'all, ther arare? many toi'whose ?nembry: we can at huiilLes wiilsdraw tihg.l.blusy mini~l from its? present clre¢er of sorrow and; uf paih;, andfr ? e jrdti?':'glail hmour,,allow, it to revel in "rLOapcctiv?ve:tinit3yi wth thopse ,w.wshbo ",though. membersof, the various; ...

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THE ROYAL FAMILY OF JOANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

THe ROYAL FAMILY OPiJOANNA.' t'rom ~tle Euleiisinntaan. -I:·!T; It appears that'?thd faithe~r loft' (the; yoitliful'-sovereign '(of Joanan?),8af forded asylum and refuge insh (i10. jfinionsl ton? on f O'f' the ioyal;faily of Madagascar, Who wii'-obl)ged,'tb fly'? thatjisland upon th'e occasion Lof tiie preaent queens s ucceeditig_ to thle mus inud;. The re'Cfgeef'oreomlne time con;. dueted hinmself with, propriety, bht: wis it length detected-clarrying o'n a trad' in slavek with-t he-?Frenclh and Pritu. guese against thelaws of Joanna,wliose sov'eign a. th'e i rinth ofthe Brit'i'sh governitentha lllonlgg p~revioussly put an ,end to the *abominable .traiflic. Finding it impracticable to checki the8 propensities of- thiffs fugitive, tlie :iln of Jbenha ex pelled-him hiis domi??ons IIei 'e ev r,merely-betoo" tiiimhself"t6 one of th.. neighbouring- inlets,-ind there resumed .the forbidden.~ommerce, encouragig:oi; th'era+ iO:- oilrc ' " his ex. ample, aniL,,yrespceading disaffection emoi...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

MEL Fi?BOURN E SnIPPING. A-I?. IIIVALB°'- "LB. March 1?-Eleanor, brig, Iossma n, fromn Colhmnbiibi? id MIauritiluss - " 14-Eagle) sichooner, RInd, from Cir cuter Heedba;- · *..,.5-r-..1~~ly?ing Squirrel, schooner, ,Clinch ,... from Hobart 'own. ,1--?iir" John Franklin, schldmer, Jenk. ins, from Laniceston. 1" t'C-THeary, brig, Giraimng?? fm, cestorl.• i 17-Corsair, steamer, Bell, from Laun cestoci 19 em [~~I~orse bteanier Telais-·mas'er·, from Sydney. A ,fiG~i~i~,CLLAitEO OUT. Sydney .... L 12 Emancipalion so Iioon:r,. Xinter. for Singapore. · . i4 ,IJiscoh brig, IGeatki~n, roc: L'anllestomi. ;1 ", h';.Lrou!isa, brig, Black, fortSydney.( C "'. ,:' I--Martin tLnther,: barquei. Swaia;n-fdri 1 1 Ptlihlnder, barqmse,.f!crar. r,,Syd-, ne'. iL 17'Alpha," cutler, BeanseLt,?. for ,Western Port.I I•?A delaide, schooner, Hiriburgh, for :Hobart "lowin???.i ?? r: j/"H: ? 9.|VCiSTA1'-, "rits ist the -name ati present intended for tie Messrs. Mantorn's' new itron steamer, whaich will be launc;hed...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

\GLISI- NEW~IS::l.l: i~ T .'rhe 't. William Webb .. arrived..,at l'Mbart. ' Town lrom Dublin, brin'gls the ·joyfu intelrlene o1iln arcicouchee;nt or. JHer ~.,Ma'j'e~sol' th'e 'biith ?'of i Prinico,, HeriMajestyu od the royal ofl. s.prinog.w.ere doin;g well. L, Tihe Queen Dowuager-was:dangerously ill," and bulletiius were . beinug. issued every m'orning anld* evening..Serious ground for- anpprel:ensidn"'e'xistcd, huid bt iffew hiops were 'enterta'iiied for' Her" lajdstyps rccovery. . Liedtenant Colonel George Macdonald? hind adcepted the Governhuent o ,Sierra Leo.e

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Geelong Price Current. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

Geelozig- ,Zrioe Cuirrent. ,GRAJN &QC~., ioheat, per bohe) 0. ..... (.. ( o o oto9 0Q o. alze, ,per jbushlel ........... ; 7 4 ,- U. B " o ,Jer, pe.trbat .7 - - Rar Ilcy, eer bashel .......... lo u:o o (LO 'floar, rirCe, Cer i (ot.....,L .,'?Z3";?i "o'"i 20 " o '-' -a pe= nc o L. ............. . ... U1:,, oL :, 0s 0 L lrrtc.k' ?per lho cau ........ I o o o 5 - dellu'o'red p~~liilc;ii' l/oL~ii~1 1C 1u: lHrdwlioud, Buurds; per,|oO 1100 /cc 18 ;u'LO '' i I ' 1~~~;I;:au? b1erin, l~oer.lO et..... I, oJ8;; b .-- :i;o:?. fe e 100"eet. "....... " 3 18 Lo ,5 Li Pa~egnge, bod'per' lhO~ia'a L'd 1?"'.j: "' o 'S'?.6'? 15i ? ''j S/tr ;?ur ro0u',, i per undred .. ,1: to , AL.r ;( clr deals, per foot o . " 90L"" LO , ?" ] ?: ? Placr~· perfot l ' Li" .......pci. 1' '0 '&..: . ziO 0" 0 L(G'. .tle, Cn otlelTe per doe L..'( '"'''r 9Ie' 'i o.b": 4"!'r . - OPi~·r · Ce, *li do~er . 10. '0 - V L Iu y"00r ? nl",?'r .... gtto .. 0Cl i?; Purl' 1h''l'1 ''IP~LY:B oherr? e,'per do 1en' .u.....'.....

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THE BENCH, THE PRESS, AND THE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

THE BENCH, THE PRESS, AND THBE WhenJ Mr Arden was sentenced to fine and imprisonment, we really, sym !pathised withliim, and ivhateverremarks issued from our, pen. were .designed to ,h~ave a conciliating tendeucy. But he h;as sfince ',irremediably damnified his owi :cause ; and wiercannot' look upon hiim" imnow in any oil.erlie iht' thai as a 'miqschievous madman ; for ,if h were in' ;a state of san;ity, no rp;rehiension, that we -cduld. bestow upon him would be sulficientlysevere; Instead, therefore, !of desiriing: to'see him condignly pun ,ishedl· we would rather suggest that he :should be-kept under such proper re straint. as,will prevent him from injuring :himself,, and venting his spleen upon :respectable members of society, N'ot only does he continue to publish. hlibels against Judge Wiilik, but he seems :disposed-to~wage war against the whole community. -lie ires libelled the entire populadton 'en masse,' by threatening(!) to stop emigration to "' a province where ,so little ...

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