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(The following is taken from a work entitled "Reserved Fragments," of which Captain L. B. Halloran, is the Author. Capt. H. appears to be a man of simple unsectarian piety. Ed.) ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

.(27s fbtlowing i ~ ken from a work enti'_e? " Reserved Fragments," of which Captain L. B. Halloran, is the Author. Capt. H. appears to be a man of simple unsectarian piety. Ed.) ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. 1. Eternal power ! on whose sacredreath, Frail feeble mortals can alone depend; Whose word can save us from impending death, Or cause our earthly course at once to end; I I. Accept thy lowly servant's grateful lays, For all the mercies of the closing year; Accept a humble sinner's ardent praise, And with. thy spirit deign my soul to cheer I Ill. - For ahl ! when memory casts a .parting view O'er the eventful moments as they roll ; o-Inw many sins appear ! but virtues fc?r I Sad.conscience wounds the penitential soul ! IV. Has sickness e'er its palid influence shed ? Have adverse scenes perple?'d my weary-way ? Has death in tempests howl'd around my bed ? Or grief, in silence, mark'd me for his prey ? V. Still clad with mercy, has thy ready arm, Unseen, upheld me inlife's thorny road : ?~F...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

MARKET (CuRRENCY) PRICES Vl Cg OF THE FOLLOWING .SRTICLES.. Becf, per lb: per ioln t. ... Muttonp do.. do..: ....:. .- W .Pork, do. do;.... . " . .....:: l• ' Beef, ldpr quarter, per Ib...' ' Pork, per carcass, 'rlIb.. .. ..," "· .. . Bread, per 2lb.lo'. .;: ~ ,... 0 4 Butter, per. lbt.salt ls.'6d. fre-, . 2. B, Cheese, do. f.rom 8d to '...:..,; . 1 ,Open er.en do. .2........ .":. 5._5 rown OS ar do. *:, ::: L .... ~ '? . Foreir. 'Aobacco; do . ,. Heat rindia Rum per gallon : :,.. ....10 0?"? inn de, do. ape White Wino, 4o. ,.... 0 Shoarry b Madelrn.; do.: ...7 6 Eng'ihhihrown Soap; per lt.L .. ?? " Mck'v s ,o -Erl?lh) only..,.. : 3? Colonial odld Cdadieos,. dg ..:...,,,"~ W.:*'.'....: 0 STERI*N1' PRICES OE FLOUR.-per ' 100 .?,i ixon.... . .......... 2. =24s.< (Cooper :............. 260 24 UDlhlrke ....... .'.."], J o 2 s 2 Darling Mill s ...... 26 2 Ulrard ,..,. ** 27 4 ý

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Sydney, July 28, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

'ýd rJ'e?. 2R, 1829, 'TO TnIE EDITOR o> " TIUtR SYDNEY MONITORt Othscrvmnll it y)01r lasti put ibrtinn, i letter jigmeld " Georg·e VoO\VIes," trnrlino to1 reflect +pnnm Iy clln;aie;cr, rrl and incu tin in the "ýºmimntiut of tlme public; und trustting;, that ,tiea i ' cowun s are omce to the 1te)irfpoI1: tailons of stteh a man as Vowles, they will nrt he shut a?tainst me, 1 bg. to state the facti of the cie ialluded to in that letter. ThiJ man, and another named YVells, car ridd on iuhinuess in Sydney, jointly, as but chers ; a fait well known iu town. Wells, who is also a prisoner, for reasons whlieh Mr Vowles can hieat exJlein, and ywh'ch can he ascertained by reference to the Police Re cords, was ordered to be scat out of Sydney. P eriously to his depailure, Mr. Morton (with vhouse debt I had nothing to do) and myself. settled our accoauts' ith 1't , lis, as we bad cdone on former occaioans, and obtained his reveipt for the same. Some time after wards however, Vowles procured a...

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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

. THURSDAY'S MARKETI41T A very short supply of Brain was brought to ttori on 'lursday. Wheat mainitained its price. 4vera e Prices of Crain.t,?-hebt I ls' to 12s. per bushel. Maize 4s. 6d. to 5s. llatley 6i. Oats nond. Hay 24 dollars per tol.; strawt, 44 to dollirs por load. Dairt Produce.-Salt Butter, HIldato Is. 6d. per lIh Fresh do. 2s. to 2s. Gd. Cheers, 6d. to Is. Eggs 2s. to 2s. 6d. per do?en. Ducks Be. per, pair. Fowls; 4s. 6d. to'5s, pis touple. Turkles, 15s. Geoes 16s. Roasting pigs, 5s. to,6s. each. Pogetabnd..-Pdtatoea; fus. to 12s,. per cwt, T..r nips .2d. per bunclr. CsbbagesG.ls 3d. por loz.. Cauliflowerg 4d. to 6d.each. Carrots 3d, buc bunch.;- c-. ,C ts': j'

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

Arrivals.-On Sunday, the Lord Liverpobl find LiSert!y from Newcastle, the Mlary 1Zliabeth froni Port Macq'larie, the lsabella from Moreton Bay; and Fairy from New Zealand, pork and seal skins. On Monday; the Elizabeth from Port I)tiryomple with wheat. On Tuesday; the Hind from Hohartr Town, with sugars fromir the West Indies.. On iridlay, the Vibilia from Hobart Town, with sun dries. Dcp:rtures.--On Sunday; the flimrnd for Ma tilla, 'the Governor IPhillip for Port Iatilles, the ieltty for Port Dalrymple, and. Caroline for the veal 'fishery. On Monday, the lEliza for London it the Mauritius. On Tuesday, the Lord Liter pool for Newcaistle, and iulunstry for Netv Zealand. Projected D)rpartures.-Tbe Meary Elizihelt/ fCt Newcastle, and Qrc,.en Chaolite for Port Dalrynm ple, tomorrow ; thoe ragon for the Isle of France, the El;zabeth and Minerva for, the sperm fislrry, tie 4th inst.; tile lonia for Swan fiver and Ho. hart .t'own, the 5thl in?tant.

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SIR LOWRY COLE AND Popular Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

SIR LOWRY COLI ' • AND Sopular olictranemnt. TWe quote fromr " The SouIth. African Coantme cial Advertiser," the very great in 'provement which has taken place'in the mode of al.ninistering the Government,_. of the Cape of Good HIIope, since the recal of Lord Charles Soimiersct, and the: arrival of the new. Governor Sir Lowry Cole : '" A good deal has, been already done.. towards breaking Up, that gloom andt. mystery, which once enveloped all the transactions of our Government, 'keeping the public mind in a state of uncertainty and fear. Government was addressed in whispers ; you had as it were, to take off your shoes when you approached the. sacred. ground. Men presented them selves. separately, and were dealt with merely as private individuals. To appear in a body as subjects, at the end of a Pe titi mn or. Memorial, would have appeared unpardonable insulence. It was dictating. to Government. This cowardly spirit has fled! It is now seen to be the duty of those who address the Hea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

Skinner tbe conductor of Polic,) wasR dur! rounded on Friday week by six evil'dbtisjo {<c+.: : persons on the Market WVharf, fruom wj*n : lute had. som0a difiailuy iii eycapiux .' !!,+' . .l it wus liupossible.for thin to rn.i ?w'v 11 thehir bpel1 ,nt 4t 1 O &t4a. Zxiba& t; Wezc2 i of rose rct'd orer ogain. A prisoner ia'taed James It.il!rr. ran away to Lannceston, and was lately Turonhth back. lor such running away, he was, by the Sydney Denrlh, consisting of Capt. Rossi a "d rnlither, srnteneed to have three years added to his ori-inal sentence of transportation, and to he returned to.the Barrncks in the mean time. lie was a'si:ned to Col. Snodg, ass, and resided in his c'n:j Iny a few days, after which, by the orders of the GJrernor, a BIarrack constable, took him away 'dn!rlt rtelentv, whether of master or man, who placed him on board the l'hmniex Hulk. The man expects to be sent on Tuesday to Port Macquarie. NVi' then, after this, will the cou'rtly Ed...

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INTERVIEW A WEEK AFTER THE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

fg itRVrýIE A WEEK AFTER TIrE !ATL. 1. Thes spake the Knight-regent to his crony \aIc quill : ' " For the honor you did mn, the day I was ill, In taking the chair and my place at the dinner, May you fatten to starve cv'ry. radical sinncr I 2. And those Who reproach you for having a pension Two thousand for grindin--(lugeC grants .1'll1 no mnertion, But wish them extended) -grass and acres are charming, While the herds of your foes (like lall's) must bh starving i 3. Whleic the storm is quite over and R'**h cross'd the ferry, lie may long bless D'ville, Brown, Icclc , ard Who guided his bark despite popular fury, Whilst Liberals and Freed-men cried, TnlAL'n 4. Small farmers iand graziel's, in accents astounding Refused to sublcribe till you left oflimpoidusdng, ; Mechanics aid dealer s said, to sign were a -in, Whilst the duty Was levied on cedar and gin / And the friends of Macquarie, tho' 1.)y?l and frank, The death-blow forgot not, which was ahn'd at their lmuk Ruin'd :lmigrants f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

.P LIetvters will be. taken in at the Sydney AMfnitor (.0ic/e, unless post-paid. 'he public are cautioned to pa no nmoney, nor ma.er ant/ settlement on account of the Proprietor o]J this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED re'ceipt, signed by him, in his own proper hand wrlting. Alurey paid on his account without such reetipt. will not be `given credit for, nor at-' knowledged in aey'way. " Sulascriiers to this Journal on resrigning it, will havr to pay/nbr the remainder of the quarter, wu,'hether they rchoose to receive it or not. Quarter days end the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septemberc aid 31st Decem ber respectively.

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(We copy the following from yesterday's Australian. ED.) To the Editor of the Australian. Hunter's River, July 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

(WI' copy thIe olloowing from yealerday's -Australian. ED.) To the Editor of the Australian. 'Hunter's River, July 20, 1829. :If you think the following anecdote wor. Ihy of a cornetr in one of your valuable co-: lumns, you will please to insert it. One of the "' lendicants" for"signature to ol o memorable "'got up" Address, waited at the reidcnnce of a g'entlcriian for his name, 'lit he being from home, his lady asked if hers would do I Oh certainly, Madam, the " creature" .replied,.upon which th, lady Sjoilncd, if you will permit me then to sign myself GRAM, I shall "have po olbjcction. i'be 'reply so disconcerted thie MOudicaiit, that hic reeled on his heel, and walked away muast horribly thagrined ? I am, Sir, your's, A WELL WISHER. N. B. If s-subseription -be'set on foot to defray your fine, and the law expences, include me for one shilling It will take only 2000 tlnhsciibers to pay the floe at that rate, a titm bdi like nothint g in eoa??ntieion?l ctus..'

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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR GEORGE MURRAY, H. M. PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES, &c &c. &c. Sydney, July 24th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

To TIaR RIGHT II0NOURAnLB Sin GBORnOt MURRAY, H. '1. PIlINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATIE FOr TIJ9 COLONIES, &C "&C. &C. SSydney, Jruly 24th, 1829. SiR; I am not aware to what extent the civil offi. cers of rank in this Colony are justified by your regulations, in taking up the laud of New South Wales, and therefore what I am going to mention to you, may perhaps entirely coin cide with your ideas of propriety. Still how. ever I wish that you should be made acquainted through my Journal, with certain circum. stances atteindant on the 'present Secretary of the Colony, being grantee, purchaser, and renter of such large quantities of picked land in N. S. Wales, as liath fallen to his lot through the patronage of his Excellency Governor Darling. You are aware Sir of the' amount of this officer's salary and pension, as well as his being a holder of forms in Elizabeth Bay, close to Sydney. in the cow-pastures about forty miles from Sydney, and at Bateman's Bay, to the Sou...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

M?EM.oli?ftIDUM FOI1 TIIr ENSUING WEEI.? - IJgh \Vater, 10 morn.-=20 in. p. 10 night. ,,-I'?igh lVtr, 3: m. p.10 mOorn.-49 m. p. ?On ; f H righ Water; I in. p. 1 tnorn.-27 m. p. 11 n I HigjlWater, 45 m.p. 11 morn.- E j.W4gli. Water, 10 n1. p. 12 morn.-36 m. p. 12 p. - h Wte:r, 6i In. p. 1 mornn-33 mo. p. 1 aft. Lrttii. V atwr, '. morn.--t in. p. 2 afternoon. M Sun rises, 44 m. p. G?-sets 1t in. p. 5. First Quarter o. Mon, 18 m. p. 1 morning. iL eltly jY:ta rlXo1g .1ical ble. VARIATION9 .dI TIIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT .Z IN V'IE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 ' IN THE E11" INO RESPECTIVELY. .ATUlRDAY ... 54166 60;N. E. Clear SIINpAY . ... j52.S f1 IN. E. lDo. MONAY .. 52 G"? 58S. I . & W. Do. T sasoAY .. <. X54 62.5, S. V. W. W. Do. & breezes WEoDN?SDAY 42 54'52'S. . .& W. Do. do. SntrlshAv .. 42 521 46 S. Cloudy & wind FiRna -, · .... 42 54,48 S. nIllsettled. Nights for the most part very cold with fogs.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sydney, July 24th, 1829 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

TO THE EDITOR OP TEdE SYDNEY MoNITOR. sI, Sydney, July 24th, 1829 I am a.newly-arrived'.Emigrant, and having lately amused myself with perusing some por." Lions of your independent Journal of an old late; I feel it my duty to give my humble tes timony from sad experience, of the correct view which you took last year of the conse huences to Emigrants in England like my self, from the publicationi in the' Gazette and .4ustralian of such letters as X. Y. Z's, Ru. .bio's, &c. The folly, not to say 'maligity, of praising this Colony as a perfect paradise --a second Edet--has come .to pass-tlti influit of emigration aind merchandise to an. injrious extent---the consequenit scarcity of money the higlh' lrice of live-stock induiced a fewV yedrs ago-the equtilly suddeo depression of the same -the crowded debtors' wards-and the com picte stagnation of the whole machine-all, all have been augmented by the incorrect and dishonest representations of such writers in the public journals, a...

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(COPY) TO HIS EXCELLENCY LIEUTENANT GENERAL DARLING, &c. &c. &c. Sydney 19th. April, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

WCCorsi' To His EXCVLLaNCI LseUTzVIan T GNRa rAL DARnigo, &c. &c. &c. S Sydncy 19th. April, 1829. I'am requested to address your Excellency, by Elizabeth Childs, herself a prisoner of the Crown, but the wife of a free settler. At" the.instance of this person, I wrote a peti. tion to your Excellency on her behalf, a few days ago, praying, that your Excellency would be graciously pleased to write to the Secretary for the Colonies, soliciting a pas sage to this Country, at the expense 6f Go vernment, for four children, whom she left in England, and who are now supported by their parish; but whom, in their removal to this Colony, she possesses ample means not only to maintain for the present, but also to establish in life, in some trade or em ploymett, which may enable them, in due course, to maintain themselves. Yesterday morning, the poor woman attended at Go vernment House with her petition, at my suggestion; but she returned to my office, after a very short a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

NEW OF TIIIS VEERK. S1 flLETO op. Government Orders, Notices, B c. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS', AND THilS DAY'S GAZETTE. Votice 31t ult; --Captuin WVi!son, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Mlanning, Mr. Winlpole, and Mr. Lamble, a)poiutcd Justices of the.Pence. Nticc ramne dte.-J. Bunn and II. Tilly to be Connstahlis. 'otice 29tA elt.-118 tickets of leave ranted. "dlucrtise,,ent of II. t. S. Success, dated 31st ilt. for rope, &c. Shlcrifs Notices, Campbell ta. Cooper the 5th instant. Cooper and Levey ts. Sturgeon the 20th inst. Swann vs. Coils the 6th inst. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: A LL Persons are hereby requested to take Notice, that the following Pro perty belonging to the Estate of the late Jo.? LEIrtITO?/, of which ANN LEItiTrONV his Widow, has been duly appointed bythe Supreme Court, Administratris, cannot be Sold, Exchuangcd, or othetwise alienated by any Pirsun or Persons whatsotvcer. Should any I'erson or Persons after this Notice, attempt to make Sale of, or P'uis chase the sartme, or ...

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A RIDDLE—BY LORD BYRON. (Written in a Lady's scrap-book, and never before published.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

A' RIDDIE--h LOrnD lvBno,. (f'ritten in a Land,'s scra/,-book, and ,el 'cr before p,,lid.uld.) I am not in youth, Itor i :tl mnhood, nor ago, BIu.in infamy everi ilt Iknownu V'lin it strlanger alike to the fool andi the ange, And though I'm1 litiuuitsh'd in llistory's inge, I alwayst tll grieatest alone. I am not in th' Earth,nor the Sun,nor the lhMoon, You tuly search all the sky--I'm not there; In the morning and evening -..thoIgh not in the noon. - oul may plainly perceive mr, for, like a l3allbon, I am midway suspended in air. I am always in riches, and yet I am told Wealth ne'er did amy preence desire I dwell with the miser, but not with his gold; And sometimnes n stand in his chiuney so cold, Though I serve as a part of the tire I I often tam met in Political Life In my absence no Kingdocn cln he ; And they say there can neither be friendship nor strife, No one can live single, no one take a wife, Without Interfering with me. .yvbrethren are many, and of amy whole race Not one...

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(The following seems to have been a case of most unjustifiable libel in which truth was set at defiance—yet Mr. Justice Bayly gave only two months imprisonment with moderate security, Ed.) LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

(The following seems to have been a case of most unj'usttifable libel in wehich truth wras set at defifance-yet Mr. Justice Ba/yly gavy only two months imprisonment with moderate . accurity, Ed.) LIBEL. Rex v. AcLAND.-The defendant in. this' case was again brought tip for judgement, and handed in his atlidnvi, in which he stated in substance, that a trial had been offered him by the prosecutor in the counties of Gleucester, or I)Dorset, but that he did not think that he could have an impartial trial in either of tlose counties, and that he had therefore refused the offer. I4^f Mr. Justice BAYLr ithen pronounced the judgment of the Court :-James Acland, yon are now to receive teutence for a series--a system of gross libels on the Magistrr.tes of the Corporation of Bristol, of which you have. been convicted by a Bristol Jury; and L.am sorry to have heard the affidavit which has just been read, since you, by your statement before, had induced the Court to suppose, that they had insiste...

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HAWKESBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

HAW?Kf'RY RfACE?. --ado These Races slewv, that hloever the peop'e ,of the soil may be depressed by three bad ha'r. vests, their spirit is not so broken (m not t< tijid relief in a few days of public recrcation. such as rates in Neiv South VWales, as else vhiere, a.Tord. It is siongular to observe th, perversity of dovernment. The people wh,. can least aflord it are indulged with races. while the inhabitants of Sydney are forbid tn, enjoy the pleasures of bhlakspcare unl thc drama But we will abandon this hateful re. collection, and proceed to narrate briefly the Iports of the \\ indsor Turf, as recnrded in I ?lrsday's Gazette. The value of the cups unt purses was p:id into the hands of the rcs ,Jctive winners, at the conclusion of each 'ace. A con,ummnatiou which (it is said) is. "levoutly to be wished to ta.ke place at what are mulphaltically called " Governor Darling's !-,aces" at Parramautta. The Rates on each -lay commenced at 12 o'clock, and were as folldw : WEDNESD...

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(LAST LEADING ARTICLE) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

(LAST LEADINVG 4R YTCLE.) A'singelar leader appeared in the Oflicial Journal, which we doubt not was --written )at tbe suggestion of a Gentle alan not far from Macquarie Place. It is too full of Utopian gossip, for us to -wade-through the whole of it. A small ]purtiol we will quote and comment upon " AnOUT ten months ago, our Government -commenced a very laudable practice-that of gran ting land to younmg ladies on their marriage. The expediency and liberality of this measure cannot be reasonably doubted, as it is at once an encourage. anent tb marriage, an inducement to permannent Tesidence in the Colony, and a foundation for the future support and settlement of the family." We wonder whether this piece of courtly argument' has its origin, like the :s laudable practice" thus belauded, in the circumstance of a high civil officer having 'brought to this Colony, a large family of that sae;, in .whose behalf the Reverend ?Editor is all at onne so eloquent ? At all events, it is notoriou...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 182[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

THE SYDNEY MONITOR MONDAY, AUGUST 3, IS2-; Soie..twelvemonths back, we wre on the ev-? of expobing the imbecility of a certain ao.iociatipn, called ''The Chamber   of Commerce," which exsts, whlin it dis .plays anilnation, near the King's Wharf We wr eonce discontented nnzembers of this Asspciatiuon, and fian.iing our dissatis ' facfion worked no reform in the principles and p'rtictice thereof, while it took from us twg or three or four pounds a year, (we focgetwhich), we resigned the, honors of membership. But we have been with held l ttterly from a public comment on, the Chaber, because we learned that a getn t~lemid uhad 'been chosen as its President, for whbos liberal and enlightened views of things, wve have always had great res pect. r We have learned that the Asso. ciation ,yas lately exhibited" symptoms of returning. vigour,. and we now "wish to comm'nt on the occasion ofthat vigoor, which we learn to be two-fold. .1st. The Chamber is deep in debt to Mr. George ...

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