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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. WSWICS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1857. Ik the Legislative Assembly, on the 20th ult, Mr. Donaldson, the Colonial-Treasurer, in a very elaborate speech, brought forward his financial- statement explanatory of the Esti mates for the ensuing year. After a few pre liminary observations, he proceeded to define the principles which had governed the financial policy of 1856-7, and remarked that formerly we had leyied from labour the greater portion of our income from indirect taxation; but ho thought the time had arrived when it should not be increased, and that if any more money was.. squired to meet the expenses of government, it should be raised by taxation upon property, that is, by direct taxation. With ;regar4 to the issue of Government debentures, ho said it was the practice here tofore to issue them payable within a limited period, Bay for five to twenty years, payable either in the colony or in England. Now, tb)B plan was very objectionable, and be should propos...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

.PBODUCE. ClEGULAiSi The wools sold at4*uctioii, this day, were prin cipally scoured, for which, however, tlie. demand appuars active, judging by tiicfirices rcalircd; JL: lot of 18 bales -Jlareuec Kivsr- fleece won! Itrnno-ht. '2s. per Jb. - ' ;..'... :,-. ,'; ? ,'....,. I . '-' There, have been no arrivals frflm .thp^Huutor since our last, another flomT, which appears ^rom the ? accounts received to havo been aiore digastrpus than tlie two previous ones, preventing nrpfluce being j forwarded. There is also c.iusc tiofearftliataocountai of nnother flood at Sforeton Bav wiflsuriva Lv th*» i next steamer, «nd should suoli be tli« case, the lotij both to sheep and lainbs \vjll be great,, beside* I delaying to an indefinite period the arrlyals of the j wuol on tiiu roaJs. . ' .' . 7 ' iT .- | TAT,r.ow. — Tlie Remain] for shipping parcels con-1 tiuues, find for good q\inlity beef' the imp«ovement| noticed has been ..fully sustained, end market firm.] The town trade lmve again bought spa...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE ESTIMATES FOR 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

THE ESTIMATES' FOR 165$. We haveaiSw.tiofdro us the Estimg^s for the ensuiug year* aud we find that, out of the sura of ^1,390,2^2 H H,, £57,7Bi 12s. Id. has -??♦. ? ''''.'? ???' ? ??. ? ? ' ' ? been apportioned to the Northern Districts After a careful inspection, we cannot find a single item inserted towards defraying the cost of removing the impediments to the river na vigation. As for- other improvements, it will be seen that they are to be confined .princi pally to one locality, in accordance witu a long established precedent : we must, however, defer further comment for want of space. We sub join the items relating to this district :, — BAI-AUIES, CONTINGENCIES, &C. £ s. d. Government-Besident (without enmnu's sion) ? 700 0 -0 Clerk of third class ? 200 0.0 In lieu of forage and for travelling ex penses, £50; stationery, £10; fuel, . | Jig-tit, and water, £1 ; postage, £15. . 83 0 0 ; Assistant Immigration A gent ? 800 0 0 Medical Attendmit ? 75 0 0j Matron, £54 Z5s. ;...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [ The E-Nlor iriVirs it to be. untlerttood.-lhat tebik t*ny rtatotiMt latitude will bt allowed, kr.doi*notii1r.t\lify himftlf with the opinions cxprttted in (ht corrtrpoifl tnes published in thit Journal. All I tit us whith appr-ar undtr thin heading art writt'n by patdet rn tirely unconnected with tlce managefAtni Vffae Diper.] Ip«*1eh, FlnptcmbertflfirlPSV, ' £tn.~ Allow tn»j to mtik« etintairjus. ttirongb the Press, as to the proceedings of th-- Provisional Hos pital Committee. I think it hnrSh' (At orlmsineRR llkr- that any body of ?rchtlam-sti nhunld coflijc't f5(XJ or £609 from a liberal nnd confiding piibllo.aml moke no use of it for a period of eijjhteftn ninnihs. The spot of ground has been marked out bv Mr. I -im!' for a twelvemonth or more, nud you will bi- -.o)d tlint the committee are waiting to have it mode over to tbetrustves. Now, this is too bad : the community dot's not hositate to bury its dead in thu burial ground marked off for that purpos...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

MISCELLANEA. A yonng Catholic lady was at confession. The confessor, after nsking wveral questions relative to her confession, felt Home etirioxity to know who trap the fair nenitcnt: be asked her name : the lady, not choosing to satisfy him, replied, ' Bather, my name in not a sin/' . A veddinc recently came off in Memphis, Teii neflKcn, which was the ninth occasion on which the bride had been mn/lp happy in matrimony. Speaking of the famous row of beeches at Strath - fieldsnye, suggest an ninuning story of the late Duke of Wellington. Mr. J. C. Loudon, whose work on Forest Trees is so well known, once wrote to hi* firaee asking for permission to make a drawing of them. The Duke read the signntnre as 'C 3. London,', and directed his reply to Bishop Bloom field, which roi-ly was in the following words: — 'My dear Lord, — Ytm may do anything yoa like Vtth mj beeches, but take them dowiw Yours truly, Wei mkoton.' Tlie Bishop of lyondon, as tre may suppose, was astonished to receive th...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

|£CAIi MID DOMESTIC. ;i)BiPE^rioN of 'Pbopebti.— At the Police Office, on'VVe&iie?day, Mr. John Thorn appeared before the Beach to prefer fc complaint against Mr. John JSnlliwa), Of the North Star Hotel, for detaining a ?itrnnk ©flwearinK apparel. The «omplalnant stated. Jfcrt he waving (it the house of Mr. Sullivan on 1^0t*kon&»raW last, on which day hedepnrtod. : leaving gome whearmg' apparel, e trunk, and list-box, whtehTie balnea at £12, the whole being left thore {oi.-£ifotfr. Qomplainant was Indebted to Mr. Sullivan ill the sura of IOs., but the latter dispntr.il ttusiorreotnesB of the amonnt. and tore up the t-i!l. W .complainant's return to Ipswich, he called at Mr! Sulliyan's find demanded hie trunk, and wns told thatitWM 111 the cellar; the demand was in wj&l'»K^*i»d4tw*i not complied witli. A witness flsmedTJameB Hanna, who keeps Mr. Sullivan's Dpoj&, atafed that ho knew th« complainant, and ha4 furnished him with an account dnc to tho defe...

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SYDNEY. (Sydney, September 2, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

SYDNEY. rrnmi oris cor.nEsrosnKKT.I Svi'iiiny, Septtfiwher 2. 1357. Fenreely has the Pnrliatnent commenced the Ses sion than* the proceedings arc brought to a dead lock again, by what is culleil a 'loiiiiBtenal crisis.' An event of this kind in the nuither-cnunti-v always causes a great sensation, especially if It involves a general election. Wlmt mar be tlie result I: ere re-' mains to be seen. At all events the. party out of office have succeeded in embarrassing (hose who arc in; and we have reason to fear that die same gamel will cnntjnuetobeplnyud. session after session, each] striving to check-mate' the other. To a certainty j no Ministry, except they were very thin-skinned, j would resign office, or ' go to the country,' as a dissolution is called, because they were ~nn\v in,1 then in a minority. Uut two defeats in one night! who could stand that? exclaim the Donaldson Min istry. And answering in the negative thoy appeal to the Governor, and tell him they had two major ities a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

Mk -'. '?' ; The Film Coacliing SttUioo, JTifmilTll ? 'SULi-W* Hfji a%h«AT, Br^MfijftMM with blsick poSntf , stands prer 16 flf ^'Ift™ bands, and possesses gre« bone ?^^???B and musclo. ... . . Terms, £8, with 6s. groomage added. Good Pad .do&k provided for Mares, Every care taken, but no tresponsibility. ? ... -\ ft:) ? . : v RICHARD CdBHAM, THE. High-Cast Arab, '*? LOTTERY,' will Stand this Season at Talgai. The Season will com - .tnence OCTOBER lirt. ^ Terms,£3 8ii. per .mare, HOOD & DOUGLAS. .Tal^w,A,^gust26,1867. ' ' [\ ';'? ' ' SHfEJ? -FOR :$ki£$ ? ; Deliyery-after Shearing. ?'' ? ^?MMMflt 2,000 EWES, Two Tejth up to Ru|[gf^mK!i . . ? . v Full raouth, none aged 8MW , 1,500 WETHERS, Four Jo*. Six yi i-ffli .,. Teeth ???*1 ca^SSES^^' 600 Do., Two Teeth. Apply to WALTER GRAY & Co. Jpswich, Slut August, 1857. For Sale, without Stock, THE STATION known as 'BTNBIAN,' in the Darling Downs' District, together with all Im provements thereon. Immediate possession...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. September 1.— Caroline, schooner, 127 tons, Cap tain Smith, from Sjdney 23rd August. No pas senger. ' *: Stnfomber 1. — Raven, schooner, 150 tons, Cap tain Brown, from Sydney. 23rd August. Oue p»s aenger. September 6. — Boomeittng, steamer, 400 tons, Captain H. O'Reilly, left Sydney, Wednesday, Sep tember 2 ; and Newcastle, September, 4 ; 40 hours from Newcastle to Cape Morton.— Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Yates, Mrs. Kelly. Misses Signefg (2), Master Fullefton, Messrs E. M. Bowjnan, Stone house, C. S. Smith, R. A. Kiiig.tford, Southerden, R. K.. Wilson, Gaptoiu McDermott, and 15 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. September 2.— Yarra Yarrc, steamer. 500 tons, Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passengeni-fMT1. Walsh. Mrs. Walsh, Mr. &&sb, Mr. W. Dunning, and 2 in tho steerage. IMPORTS. Boomerang : 6 bags potatoes, 2 casks rice, 1 half chest , tea, 2 quarter-chests ditto, 1 «ase. cbaese, 1 cask apples, 2 kegs butter, 2 bags dates, 1 case, 2 boxes candles...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

BIRTH               On the 15th August, at Auburn, .Burnett District, the wife of P J Pigott , Esq., of a son. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

'? ' '??-!- . - — H.Ji'''-*^' Ipswich Hutual Benefit Investment und Building Society. ; M^A, fT%£ SHAEEHOLDEBS of the shore Society JL are reminded tbai the ELEVEKTH MONTHLY MEETING, for the Payment of Subscription* and Sale of Shares, will be-lield sttbe OLD COURT BOUSE, THIS EVENING, the 8th instant, at half-past 7 o'Clock. Sale of Shares at 9 o'clock precisely. N.B.— The election of Auditor*, in accordance -with the 23rd Kule, will take place immediately ?ftwJhe J|de of Stuaea, -*-.-?-??- J, BLAINE, » ? ; : - Sbcbetaht. September 8th. 'IpWich' Subscription. Iribrary and Beading rtVXE usual ^uaiierly Meeting of -Hie Sub*eribcrs X will he held in the old Court HouRe TO-ilOR-. HOW EVENING, at half-part 7 d'Qtodu J. BIAINB, ._?.._?-' ' Bkcbetabt. . September €tb. '? ? II. M. REEVE - TT'-^ JMat received, per steamship. Emtis Jtl SEVEN THOUSAND -(7,000) Yaflds of jSilk Fringes, in every, variety of Shade yMtJolonr; Ready-made Clothing!! H. M. reeve HAS Just received a spTondid ns«ortme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

TBB NORTfr AmTRAJ.IAN it published every TaeRday morning, and forwarded tfe country subscribers by;*ha} day % mail. Per quarter, Vftidvftucev .... €s, 6d. PerAffarter.&^Jir;,..C. .... 7s. $d. Single number, sixpence. VThefiuftticrS will termi nate 6n the 31st toarcH,* 80th' June, SCth Septem ber, and 31st December, it which periods only can rcBignatfoB be received. No' orders tor withdrawal will be attended to tmlfss'given in writing. NeW EulMcribum will be chained from the date of 6am- menclngthttirsnbiCription. . '?-' AdvertUjeineuts win hi jchatgpft at the r»te «f T*bU»»eii\...:...^:..^:..., I 6 .-..,? ??*'onr ?:„?...*,.. ?;?.;?:..':-?,;;;'.?:?.';» t . . ''-S?*' _??«'?'? i '?????*?? .??:»'.»!??? i-»i. ~2 ? 6 ? ? :, : .JJight., '...V.-*,,-,r..'d.-^-i,,ki;. SO ' %i'e;jiiutnber otinsSptionsiiju^t Rewritten «n each ' advertisement, «r;tbet will *» continued until C6un. terB^^de^ arid ohargea accordingly. .?»-' ?' ='- '?' ' , -'. ' Afl veroseroentt '^Smkf »oji JubicrtbeW tount...

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SEPARATION AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

SEPARATION 'AT LAST. The long-expected despatches announcing the fact that' the Home Gfovernment had finally resolved upon separating this province from New South Wales, have arrived by the mail steamer Simla. TbB following is from the Sydney Mornay Herald of the 8th instant : — Despatches hare beep received auiiouucing the intention p{ the Home-Government to Separata Moretpn Bay- sfrotofepiU «oldnv. So far the, new* wifl*es$nft%tan to tfcMtthiWtiifti* tit tkat district; tut w*ear'ti»t ^fttr^&tBfacHois -Will proceed «o/urthe& .ia%etClM*nce(ls toWf nfeludi-d in this colonyiw»n4;'*»-^««itee*fliatvHie 28tti parallel will bo fhe boundary. The form of Govern ment U «s oear m m*ytb« to tittBmble that of Hew South Wftles.^^^riMy «rt not, in4eeO.''te^K|»end ono bund-dtbi-juuqdjfwn4»»'5w4nltatni^iiieiy,fcut juiaisterj, jtoft ^aterorv4d£Ctiifete,jaipuii«»*uot« be!onifte^!f^^ffi^ti^rta'ia^:dla««vof d6ntyuiveito& with Ml Iwt JinnBriatjmtl^rity^ TiJe ?overot^ ^aUtber «ucv...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

MISCELLANEA. BOOES TO BE T^UpWH J(STO THE FlRX.— Young reader — you whosef 'hearts are open, whoso under' standings Are not yet hardened, and whose feelings an neither exhausted nor encrusted with thu world. take from me a better rule then any professors of criticism will te»ich you I Would, you know whether, the tendency of a book is good or evil, exnmine in what state of mind you lay it down. ' Has it induced yon to suspect that what you hnre been accustomed to think unlawful may. after all, be innocent, and, that may be harmless which yon have hitherto been taught to think dangerous? lias it tended to make yon dissatisfied and impatient under the control of other?? and disposed yon to relax in that selfgo vernment without which both the laws of God and man, te^l us there can be no virtue, and consequently no happiness ? Has it attempted to abate your ad miration and reverence for wlia^ is great and good and to dimmish in yon a love of your country and of you,r fellow-creatures? H...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SIMLA. NEWS TO JULY 17th. Sydney, September 9, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE SIMLA. HEWS TO JULY 17th. [-B0M OUR COBBESPONDEKT.l Sydney. Soptember 9. 1857. The Simla steamer, with the English mail of the 17th July, arrived here on Sundayevening, after n remarkably rapid voyage of 51 days. The domestic new* she brines is not of much importance ; but the intelligence from the European continents and more especially from India, is of a most alarming charac ter. The subjoined are the leading particulars : — The news from India, which bai, created the ut most excitement in England, confirms the revolt ot 30,000 men of the Bengal army. Tho condition ol the country appears to be more critical than at any time since the first foundations of our empire were laid. For the first time in history, the trained native soldier has turned his arms against his English superiors. Once again we are fighting, as in the old I days, not for empire, but for life; and the crisis which recalls the times of Clive suggests a difficulty which call* for ail a dive's geniuB...

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SAILING OP THE BOSTON EXPEDITING FOR RAISING THE SUNKEN FLEET AT SEBASTOPOL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

SAILING OF THE BOSTON EXPEDITION POl, RAISING XHS SUNKEN FLEET AT I SBBASrOPOL. ? «.. ??-?♦*. TbB Boston ^nwaarjne; poapany have been for some ti«M past vigorously engaged in pushing foN ward tbcir^roparatjons fpr.£aj*mg the sunken ahtps at Sebastopol, ujjiler an'Wrangeujeut made at Ht. Petersburg, bv,Col. G, Lai)e,*Ji-i on Saturday last, ' the day Axed fiirjuitling, at a quarter past five P.m^ one of the vesflpjs of the expedition, the Silver Key, cut loose from tl|t' 'wharf, and|Abk'uer dopartorofnr the Hlack Sea. ^hen fa\Th i-uoer way, she was greeted with tbr^» hearty itheersTrrota a large num-i berof«p8ot4to«l.^riioh8d asaunbM on tlie wharf : to see her -oS, ^^^ **» *s. heartJly returned hy (those *0 boafU. ^» fl* fcesuttfiij craft, a fast pniler. jBftd Will unyiuhttll^ #ake aonlcli passage. 8he w« fr«jlfclits9 entirely With macninbry and an.' paratujt ftdaptud to rajetrig iMpe, and to other nut: marine oiwnrtionti, auft is Cofetnanded by Captain Joseph Currier, well known ae-m...

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EPITOME OF ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

EPITOME OF ENGLISH NEWS. Eoyal movements in England HHvt. recently been very numerous. ThePrintB of AValtrt'ljig gone on the continent, purposing io vcHide fur soine inonths on the Rhine, and Prince Alfred, iflsVuiiL will eo to America. The King of the TJelgluiria wS on a visit to her Majesty, aud the Emperor and Empress of the French were to pay bcr Majesty a visit at Osborne, preserving a strict inooy. Her. Majesty faas granted a private intervjetv to the Qnoen of Oude, ber grandson, the heir apparent, and the King's brntliBr. Hit; Highnesa Vrinoo Kapbleon had atriVed 6n ia tour over tliu United Kiiigdiuo. Prihce Albert has had the' title of ?'Vtwba Cnn ?ort' oonfcrred upon lilm by lettorfi pateiit by' tlio Queen during tbHrjointilvt*. , ': * - j '. Tbo PriuoaiiEoVal will be tu»rrt^d on the t8th Jauuaty neict. A ball bu boon given by the Priis ?tan lAgtlioninbOnour of tho *pproaChiUff event, *bea h« tlsjasty and tub.y6utltftfl btldp awl b^ifle- . RtoOrn were preianl. tHie Iretdom ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. BUSINESS OF THE TREASURY. Report of the Board appointed by his Excellency the Governor-General and Executive Council, to consider and suggest improvement in the mode of transacting the business of the Treasury. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. Busntna or roc Tbeasdbt. Ueport of the Board appointed by his Kxcelfoncy the Governor-General and Rsecutive Connou. .to consider and suggest improvements in the node Of transacting the business of the Treasury. The Board appointed to consider and report upon *h* changes which it would be desirable to make in. the present system of public accounts, have Agreed to the following mport :— }, Tlie system in operation aatit 1858 prescribed1 the liquidation pf all claims upon the Government at the Treasury, after examination at the Audit Office. However suitable thU may have been to an earlier state «f the colony, ft bad certainly censed to be so, under its altered cir4tnui8tati.eps; it involved, delay, complication, and labonr, and was therefore unsatis factory, rnd opposed to efficiency and economy. It withheld from tlie heads of departments the power and the responsibility naturally and properly attach ing to them for the flue application and disburse ment of the Bu...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT.-JULY, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

LONDON WOOL BEPOKT.— Jolt, 1867: Since our last report,' but few transactions have occurred in our market; the small stocks held by dealei-H in London have been nearly all sold for .the Continent: the simulators who. hold a lair quantity ofwool are not sellers, except at an advance of 1 id. to Ud., aud tho trade arc rather disposed to await the result of the approaching sales, which comment on the 16th of July. Tbe total number of bales in stock aud announced for sale is 75,000. For Sydney wools a few inquiries from the Nortli did not lead ti business ; the advance asked of IJd per lb. resulted in Id. being offered and rufused. Tbe high prices paid for German wools at tbe re cent fairs bas imparted a very firm tone to ouv market, and our home buyers who bought but little, will be compelled to compete with foreigners for the choice brands from Sydney, aud very high rates arti looked for for due clothing, which ranged from 2s. Id. to 2s. 4 J. in May. Judging from the tone of advices r...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 September 1857

Wkdkbbdav, Sbptembes j. Mr. Porker made an explanation fn reference to the present positron of the Ministry. He wa« now satisflod that the divisions against the Government on Thursdav last were the result of accident, which entirely Altered the chsracter of those division*. Ho appealed to the hcmourabie members who were aboeut on that occasion to confirm him in this r|ew of the matter. Such bejpg the case, he and h)i «ol leagnes werq of opinion tljfat they Were not juried {?resigning, with so n»a»y Important measures claiming the Attention oT the Aattmbfy. Mr. Oowper said, after the «ttraordinary state meat made by tUe head vf the Goyernment, be f«H that the House coultl not consistently, and trith ditc regard to constitutional n«age, ' proceed \\ltli the public imsinpgfl. He thefefbro bepwsd to move that the House dp adjourn up,t$ thcee o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Mr. Parkfr tlinueht the coonte proppned was one which would not be ftnuctioned by the. Honge. It would he a mote wtisf...

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