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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

RaIF0 b rluctOl1.i CHOICE OIL PAINTINGS 'AND FINE EN. 1 GRAVINGS, IN SUPERBLY .GILT FRAMES, FROM SUBJECTS OF THE FIRST MASTERS, VIZ. a Rembrandt, Baptiste, .. Durer, Zaccarelli, Teniers, Brocklekeemp, and various other . distinguished artists. ;R. STUBBS has the honour to an .I nouncoe to all admirers of the fine arts, and amateers of taste, who may wish to form a splendid private PICTURE GALLERY, ihat he'willlsell by auction, at the lMart, King. street, rTHIS DAY, Tns 29rtu Jora, IrsrAwrr, At Eleven o'clock, A 'mgalficent collection of Choice Pasitings in oil, amongst which will be found some of the most admired ,prodetlons of celebrated masters. The whole are framed in aii elegant and unique fashion, and will be found on inspection to be well worthy' competition. Mr. Stubba's instructions are to sell without reserve. The following are instanced as part only, v '. . Flowers; by Baptiste Holy Family, A. Durer Cattle and Landscape, Williams Head of.Girl, Rembrandt Shepherd and Shephe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

AGE NTS TFJU BTHI OHilIO.Y IOL'B Goulburn, Mlr.'Carney L IfH 11 L;aunceato,: dl&1rW. J. W . H y Biou·-e·, Mr 13.· '~PCVIIYj "' eirhum, Mr. B. 2ietkV yab'o. w':;i .a Pirramnatta, Mr. P.; C~idlff.t Pori Phillip, Mr. J: BdlIee& ' =' Wollongoiig, Mr. ' ThomzL' owlet, SMaitlakid Mr.'HakIey """ 'Cambriipbeltown 4'M,'i M'A:Ja ý Wlindlor; Mi. Jarirs Caaeidj q' " 1~f ''' Penrlb, Mr. 3arrnri',M'Certh' Carah . 'Jerry'a Plalus, Mr .'J j'Hiru' 3ungo M',~ir. Edward' e' lies` " re Mo~iid~iBRQpi Prd~isAed tit iitE (ait d Rmg~d '44 NA Mr. Jones, 63$ Pnternuatek-re 1L'idou Mr. W. 3, Tidt qra1k- , I i, B Pprla inentletre'et; Dublin ... '"'j f "^ , ... r fI aype t1'd~uted aud Prybllelzn4 by, M10 3Mu.Lp'A,WXIQ 0 d,*rldrga rco ý. 94 Up CJYrvoloko P4!lse,, Ibj Ml ýeý VSO ..

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IRISH STATE TRIALS. The LIBERATOR of IRELAND'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

IRISH `STATE ' TRIALS. The LZBERATOR. of ZREI t.AND', DEFEWCE. The announcement of the Sheriff. upon Saturday that the galleries set apart for peers and their families would be' fully occupied. yesterday was- more than realised. It was filled to overflowing. By far the largest portion of the space which was set apart for the accommodation of the public, was filled with ladies. They occupied exclusively the ,front seats of.the gallery, they filled to the inconvenience of a " crush room'! the approaches to the bench, they elbowed Queen's counsel, and carried by coups de main the benches 'of the juniors. Whigs with horse. bair powdered no longer made the whole court look, bideous,. for bonnets beautifully gay, bright, eyes and beauty more brilliant from the contrast, relieved the dull monotony of the boar frost in which at all other times the human subject there appears en. veloped. *- - - - * We have never witnessed, anxiety more intense, more all.ergrossing than that which was manife...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

sbtpptng intlsutgence. -0 ARRIVALS. *JuOs 25.-From the Downs 22nd February, and the Cape of Good Hope 9th May, the barque Enmore, 280 tons, Ellis, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr. Silver, M.D., Mr. Dangar. Mr. Darby, 5Mr. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. Garrett, Master Bell, Mr. Richards,- and Master Dalgetty._ 26.-From Liverpool, 16th March, the barque Briton, 776 tons, Hall, with emigrants and merchandise. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bass, Mrs. Mayne and child, Miss Greenwood. Miss Ogden, Miss Slater, Miss Taylor, Mr Irvin, Mr. A. Roe, Mr. L. Markham, and Mr. T. Nicholeon, 26,-From London the 2nd, and Cork the 18th March, the barque Royal Saxon, 700 tons, Cherlsworth, with emigrants and merchandise. Passengers - Mrs. and Master Towns,. Miss Wentworth, Mrs. and Master Bailey, Messrs. C. and J. Beck, . Mr. R. Beck, Mr. H. Bloomfield, Mr. Swifte, and Mr. Gordon, surgeon superin- tendant. Griffiths, Gore, and Co., agents. .26.--From Launceston the 21st instant, the brig, ...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 29,.1844 a Be just and fear not: Let all the ends thlou alm'at at be thy country's, Thy God's, aund truth's." Shakspare. TRIAL BY JURY. GREAT MEETING IN SYDNEY. PURSUANT to his Worship the Mayor's requisition, a very numerous, and respect able meeting of the Catholics and liberal Protestants of Sydney, took place at the City Theatre, Market-street, on yesterday evening. The resolutions are of the same pithy and energetic character as the Irish ones,-and -nearly in the same words: no thing could exceed the spirit and enthusi asm the meeting evinced to denounce the foul, fraudulent, and dangerdis mode in which the purity of the Trial by Jury was invaded, and the Catholics of the empire,. amounting now to about twelve millions of high spirited and loyal men, insulted-men who, knowing the pure morality of their faith, their honorable fidelity as subjects, and national weight as a people, are deter mined that none shall trample on their rights, or ca...

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SYDNEY POLITICS. PUBLIC MEETINGS AND PUBLIC DINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

SYDNEY POLITICS. PUBLIC MEETINGS AND PUBLIC DINNERS. How often do we hear philosophasters talk of the public tjste-the public feeling the public mind, as if it were an unit, or integral entity; whereas there is scarcely such a thing, and the words are sounds without any definite idea to which they can properly be applied. How widely how entirely-how utterly does one portion of a city or a community differ from an other! Take London for instance. How often do we hear a description of London as one spot, one'whole, yet what a microcosm -what a little world is contained in that one city, and included in the meaning of that one word, LONDON ? What a hetero geneous mass of palaces, houses, squares, streets, lanes, men, women, minds, pur suits, trades, professions, doctrines, prin ciples, fortunes, are contained within the precincts of that place we call London! Why, not the natives of the Antipodean nations differ more frog' each other, than the dwellers of the West End from those of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

eneMornfling Uron?tre' is puo(Isdea twice a week, on W:ednesday and S.aurday; and is extensively circulated' throughout New Soufh I ales, nVan Dtennensa Land S Australia, NwZaldnd, and India; andin England, Scotland, and Ireland.- e Quarters end on' 3 ar 30th June, O0th Seplember, and 3lst Decenber; at which periods only subscribeis can decline receiving it, dfLer paying the amount due;.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisemei- the. number of insertions required; otherwise they ,are continued till countermnaded." Orders2 o discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thusday, and Saturday; but new r'ddverlisements',r* received'ti six "o'clock on the eaenih?gi fore 7ublicatlon..--U instiruclon mutt be given in writing, and all letters ot paid, . t NOTICE, TO SUBSCRIBERS. FROM the unceasing expenses attending: .the: publication of the "'Chronicle," which we areaie obliged" to' 'discaik e weekly in cash ; and considerable arrea...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. Australian, Wiles, sailed 14th June, 1843; spoken in December, with 500 barrels sperm; Cooper and Holt, owners. Britishl Sovreign, Cooper, sailed Nov. 5, 1843, spoken April 24th, with 250 barrels sperm, and 50 barrels black oil; Lamb and Parbury, owners. Bright Planet, Kyle, sailed March '20th, 1844; Mitchell and others, owners. Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August 1842; at Manui 25th October, with 530 barrels sperm; Walker and Co., owners. Clarkstone, Stewart, sailed 131h September, 1843; spoken 9th of June, with 900Jbarrels sperm; H. Moore, owner. Caernarvon, Irvine, sailed 22nd August, 1842; cruising off Norfolk Island, May 6, with 500 barrels sperm, Irvine, owner. Clarence, Carroll, sailed 25th February, 1814 ; off the heads of Port Jackson May 14, with 90 bar rels sperm ; Cole, owner. Genii, Long, sailed 15th of June, 1843; spoken in November, with, 300 barrels; Williamsoa and S. Lyons, owners. Jane, Fairweather, sailed 20th Augu...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

MIORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1844. c" Be just and fear not: Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, 2lby God's, and truth's." Shakpeare. We are obliged, for want of space, to omit all remark upon the great Sydney Catholic Meeting, and to postpone a num ber of other interesting articles, until Saturday, from a wish to conclude O'Con nell's Speech, and to give the report of the Sydney Meeting complete.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

AGENTS FOI ¶TIIB OHRONI[OLB Goulburn, Mr. Carney Launceston, Mr. J3 W. Hay BIoulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Berrinma, Mr. B. M'Mahbon. Patteason, Mr. J. O.Sullivaa. Parramatta, Mr. P.-Cardiff.' Poit Phillip, Mr. 3. Bullon Wollongong, Mr. Thomrns. oler Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan Maitland, Mr. Hawksley Campbelitown, &ao., Mr. M'AI?tiqr Windsor, Mr; James Cassidy Penritb, Mr. James M'Caral&y Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpuus,._ -: Bungo Is, Mr -.Edward iughebsi Wollombl ,Mr. WMichael Byine`' Published in g,.6 United Ksngdons by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London : Mr. W. J. Batteraby, , B Eex.bridge, Parliaj ment.street, Dublin. Syduey a Printed land Published by MIOHiiAtt D'AROt o( ?Prldge.-treet, et the Ohron(pai OUlcpi Drtrie.treet

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

"'he'Morning Chronicle" is. published twice a oweek, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated troughout New SeoutIt Wales, Van I'icnen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, andireland.-- The Quarters end. on the 31st arch, 30Bth.June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers crn decline receiving it, after paying the amnou,,nt due.-Adverlisers should mark on each advertisement the numler~of insertions required; -otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Ordersto discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received tilt six o'clock on the evening before blicatlon.A instructions must be given in writing, and all letters pos paid. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. FROM the unceasing expenses attending the publication of the " Chronicle," which we are obliged to discharge weekly in 1 cash ; and considerable...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

DEATH. We have to record with deep regret the death of the Rev. Thomas Macarthy. This estimable ecclesiastic was professed at an early period in the venerable order of the Capuchins, of the institute of St. Francis. Having completed his course of theological studies in Rome, he returned to Ire- land : and in Cork, Kilkenny, and Dublin, laboured most zealously and effectively, to bring souls to the practice of a holy life. He was the beloved friend and disciple of the illustrious Father Mathew, whose consent to his departure for these shores was at first reluctantly given. The ardent desire, however, which the Rev. Mr. Macarthy expressed to devote himself without reserve to the salvation of souls, far from friends -from home and country-obtained not his consent only, but his warmest admiration. The lamented deceased accompanied his Grace the Archbishop on his return to Sydney. During the voyage his amiable gentility, his piety and virtue, endeared him to all, but especially to his ec...

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IRISH STATE TRIALS. MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

IRISH STATE- TRIALS. MEETING OF THE ,OATHOLICS OF SYDNEY. On the evening of Friday last, pursuant to re quisition, |a numerous and respectable meeting ot the Roman Catholics of Sydney took place in the City Theatre, Market-street, for the purpose of pro testing against and repudiating the insult offered to the |great body of the Irish Catholics, in the ex clusion :of some of their members, on account of their,religion, from the. jury impannelled to try Mr. O'Connell and the other traversers, as well as to reprobate the infringements of the great right of British subjects jto an impartial trgl iby jury. Though seven o'clock was the hour appointed Jfor theg meeting to :take place, so early as six o'clock Market-street, begani to present a scene of unusual bustle and excitement, from the crowds that com. menced assembling in the neighbourhood of the theatre, anxiously awaiting its doors being opened to their admission, that they might obtain a good position to watch end participate in ...

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IRISH STATE TRIALS. The LIBERATOR of IRELAND'S DEFENCE. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

IRISH STAT.E TRIALS. The &LZERA'TOR .of IRE LAND'S DEFrBCE. S [COcLuDoD .] I have in addition to these, from unaquestionable au thority (an authority incapable of deceiving or of being deceived) the relative increase in England and Ireland of the consumption of tea, tobacco, wine, sugar, and coffee from 17P5 to the Upton, which is as follows: L Tea.... Increase in Ireland.... 84 percent. Increase in England.... 45' per cent. From 1788 to the Union r Tobacco Increase in Ireland.... 100 percent. Increase in England... 64 percent. From 1787 to the Union : Wine.. Increase in Ireland.... 74 percent. Increase in England... 22 per cent. From 1785 to the Union t Sugar... Increase in Ireland.... 67 per cent. Increasein England... 63 percent. Coffee... Increase in Ireland..... 600 percent. Iocrease in England... 75 per cent. I could multiply quotations. What need have I for so doing ? I have proved that no country on the face of the earth ever increased so rapidly in pros perity, as I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 July 1844

RE.SALE OF BALMAIN. The whole of that beautiful portion of Ralmain Point. comprising most. VA L UA B L E A L L 0 TAM B N T S, in suitable dimensions, (more or less twenty.nine in number) ; bounded partially by the deep waters of the Harbour, the Ferry Road, Captain Nichol son's, Messrs. Peacock, Banett, and other influerntial propertiet. IN THE INBOLVENIT ?ESATE OP JOHN HOISHINO, 50Q. At the risk of former' purchasers.-By order of the Trustees. l ,MR. STUBBS will sell by auction, at the Mart, King.-treet, on MONDAY, ra ts n JULY, Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock precisely, All.that.valuable portion of the.Balmain Estate, situated as above, and subdivided Into various sired allotments from 52 to 116 feet frontages by varying 'depths from 68 to 204 feet, in different lots, asmore particularly described in the plan to be seen at the mart. Lots-1 to 10, are bounded by the Ferry road, and opposite Capt. Nicholson's. Lots-11 to 18, 21, 22, and 28, front Union.atreet, and well suited to ...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 July 1844

L00aaE.aaT1D :UP TO LAST EVBt4IN.j FLOUI1, WHEAT &o. d. S.- . 4d. Flour (lze),p loolas ..1 0 1 0 to0 0o{ 0 Ditto (seoonds,, ditto .... ... 0 0 0.. 0 10 0 iread,(j' l...f ... . 0.. 0 0:'3 p0 00 Biscult (finej, t. ... :... 0 0 0 y: 2' 0 Dlitty (second), ditto .., ,,.., O 0 0 :°.: 0'I6 0 Wheat, Colonial, ,byshst, *.... 0.e ., 0 31 Ditto, V. D.Lndto.. ,0 4 0 .. ,0 1A .3 Masize, ditto (wl lesal) .... .... O1 3 *." Ditto, ditto(retal . . 1 0 .' 0 1 0 Br5n, 3 bushel.... . . ..;. O 0 0' ,"O 0 10 arltey,Cditto.... .... .... ..0. 0 1 o .;'o oo itto; cape, ditto ... .. ... 0oC 3&o Oats, bttshel(wholesale) ...ý , 0. 0 w}0 0, 0 Ditto, ditto (retai) .... ...: 0' 2 0 0 2 0 Hay, Jton..... ..... o 30 4 0 0 Ditto(retail), " oaw. .... 0. o . a 0 3. Wiieatltraw, ~tou . 1 10 0 1. 0 0 Fodder,perdozen * . 0 7 +.. 0 0 0. Grass (wholesale), V' dozen bundles 0 0_ 8 .. 00 7 Bedding,perload.... .... . . O 3 0 ..0 3 0 FRUIT AND VEGETABLEtS. Apples, V bushel .... 0.12,0, .. 016 0 Ditto(rotall) jd...

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Insolvency Proceedings. THURSDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 July 1844

. Iitslgolencpt lrocr b(nig. -0 THURSDAY, JULY 4. An adjourned special meeting was held in 'tisa estate of John Terry Hughds, but ad claim.' were proved, ,QaT5IuIOATru Os o otsoaRseGI the following certificates of discharge being unopposed, 'were granted 1-John Leathlean, Samuel Cutler, Thomes Hammond, Patrick Hickey, Alfred Hill Jacques, John Carey, Thomas Whicker Gale, Hannah Bateman, James Wade, Richard Lamb, 5and Robert Murray ; Arthur Devlin, postponed. The following parties not appearing when, called oni will have to advertise again :-William Barlow, and George Weeks.' The adjourned appillcatloio of Thomas Montgomery Pqrrott, was called on iad again adjourned.ur 55 ETINOS POR TO*DAY Thomas Russell Duiani a special meeting, to decide on an offer of composition, at h alf as ten o'clock. John Dor, a third meeting, at eleven. Stphen Coxen, a first meeting, at af past } leleven. 555W INS'OLVENTS "rrhe following schedules were filed yesterday, Francis Laurent, of Kent-street, 8ydney...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 July 1844

DEPAT uses. JuNra 29.i-For the Marquesas, the schooner VelocIUy, Orr, with sundries., 29.-For the Marquesas,. the brig Margaret, Thompson, witl horses, &c. Papsengerb-Mr. J. Kecno, and Mr. 11. G. Alleyno. JJULY L-For iondori, the Jone Goodie, Goudle, with volonlal produce. "Passengers Messrs. Skeate, Falloon, M'Millanu Coles, Oaldd well, Hawkins, Wire, Alexander, Orawford, Mesou, and Marshall; Mr. and Mrs. Locker, Mass Ellen Howarth, Mrs. Gommer and child, Mr. and Mrs, Comyne, Mr. Lateward, Mr. A. Thompson, and Maxtor Hallen. - 4.-For Auckland, H.M.S. Hazard, 18 gguns, Bell. 4.-For Launceston via Twofold Bay, the. brig Williarn, Thom, with sundries. Passengers' for Lauuceston-Mr. and Mrs, Lockett and .child, Messrs. Carmpbell, Milue, Powell, Perry, and Boll. Passengers fqr Boyd 'T'own-a whaling party, consisting of Meslsrs Carney, Birmingham, Johnson,, Able, Simmons, -Holden, BSisith, !toes, Maughan, O'lonnol, T. Strpith, Thrift; Gripture, Jo.lustouq, Baker, Thomas, Manley, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 July 1844

*jbtpping Iuterltgeuce, ARR1IVALS. Jur.y 1.-From the Whale Fishery, having left Sydney 17th August, 1843, and Port Stephens on the 26th ult., the barque Nimrod 232 tons, Sulli van, with 220 barrels sperm and. 80 barrels black oil. 2.-From Moreton Bay the 27th nit., the steamer Sovereign. 119 tone, Cape, with twenty. two bales wool, twenty.seven casks tallow, sheep skins, &c. Passengers-Messrs. Adiams, Ritchie, Gammie, Nichol, Cohen, Wilson, M Connell, and SBeena; Mrs. Aitken, Mrs. Underwood, and nine in the steerage. 2.-From Port Nicholson the 0th, and New Plymouth the 10th ult, the schootner Vanguard, 61 tons, Pilford, in ballast -Passengers -Capt' Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan, Master John Miller, Messrs. Hughlings. Ball, Niblett, Donald, Myles, Greenwood, Marshall, Wilkinson, Dixon, and Hardiman, 4.-FLrom the Clarence River the 2nd instant, the, steamer William the Fourth, 62 tons, Wise. man, with 15 bales wool, 6 casks tallow, &c. Pasqengers-Mr. Burton, and Mr. Macono...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 July 1844

TVESDAY. i John Cnrljw, a native of Calcutta, was indicted for having, on the 3rd of April last, attempted to shoot William ]Kilpatrick, at the' Clarence River, both being servanta of Dr. Doblq, at that,place. Not guiityv-discharged. John Tqwasendl, late of Brisbane, labourer, was lidictds ftp having, on the 2nd February last, stolen "a pocket book, containing, qmong other papers, three money orders, belonging to Michael Sheehan, a pub. lican, residing at Moretop Bay. qtlity-sentenced to be worked in Irons for two yoars. James Mphoo, late of Brisbabo, labourer, was indioted fqr having, on the 2fth of Pecember last, uttered a forged order for .4d 10s. 9d., at Brisbane Town, Moreton Bay, purporting . to be drawn by Cbarles (lflt uppon the Bank of New South Wales, iafavotar of Ttiomas Burke. Nqt guilty-rpmnded for the purpose of being again indicted. George Clarke was indicted for haviqgg on the lst of April last, at the' Clarence River, forged two cheques, quoe fpr 422 1Qa., and the o...

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