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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, APRIL, 15, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

V-. ' /inL.MOB'PS PROD.DOE SALE. Thursday, Aphi i, 15, t852. . N25, 5 bales grease, 8d ; CC, 3, 8d ; C'in flia mond, I, 8d ; TW over W. 1, 8d ; TW over LSW, l,'8d ; HH conjoined,! fleece, 9}d;; ditto, 1 locks, 7d ; JB, S grease, 7Jd ; IMP conjoined, 3, 9id; A,l,15;il; B, 1, 12jd ; L, 1, 9d ; MGT, 2 of half bale of pieces and half fleece, 9jd ; same mark, 33 fleece, 13J-; JR, i locks handwashed, 10 jd ; samo mark, 1 locks, 8il ; RML conjoined. 1 bale three quarters fleece, rest black anti washed lodw, lOid ; 'same mark, 3 flecoe, Ud ; Mt 22, 13d ; PJj 6, Ujd ; W over ^, l.lockr, 4d-; H over -£, 1 mixed, B|d j T, 2 lambs, 12jd; B, 1 mixed, 10J:; 1 bundle skins, 2?d ; lot skins, 5£d ; 231 ditto, Z\-1 ; 210 skint, 3|d ; 215 ditto, 4j ; lot ditto, 3Jd ; 5 bundles ditto, 3}d ; SS, 49-casks tallow, R. J. Smith, 25/. 12s. Gd ; C in diamond, 39 ditto, R. J. Smith, 25/. 12s. 6d-; GH, 3 ditto, Gorrick, 83/. 10s ; 13 ditto, 26/. 10s ; . 4 ditto, 24/ ; 4 hides tallow, 23/. los ; M, 27 casks ditt...

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PRESIDENT FILLMORE'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

PRESIDENT FILLMORE'S MESSAGE. . (From the Times,' Dec. \1.) Human nature seems much the same on both sides of the Atlantic;, arid a perusal of the President's Mossage .. might suggest among a most respectable, variety of con clusions, .that there was no great differ ence between a new world and an old. The. Americans', like ourselves, are squabbling over tariffs, arid discontented with the pub-: lie expenditure ;. tlieyrare -building iiew* houses of parliament and a new military asylum ;? they have a huge stone dock on hand which seems a genuine JCeyham, for it has been ten years in progress; and: is not finished yetr; they are earnestly pressed to augment their army'; are recommended to reorganise their navy, to facilitate pro motion, ; and settle , a ' table of precedence! To crown all,, they; have just discovered' abont a. dozen Caffnuias at different' points of their territory. ? Can- ^ we ; take a lesson] on this latter point? : '''.. . '..'.,'' 'So huge is the dominion of the ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE.   THE TURON.               Since the last floods, things are proceeding very flatly at the 'Turon. Great numbers have ieft for the Dirt Hole.and Tambaroura. Creeks,   at which places the. great body of the Turon dig- gers are congregated. But since the recent dis-   coveries about Thompson's Point, the extraordi- nary success of Captain Harris and a few others, and the wonderful doings at Paterson's Point, there have been symptoms of a reaction favour- ablo to the Turon. This tendency is also mate- rially encouraged by the falling of the river,   which had been raised upwards of two feet by the rain of Sunday week, and it is expected that in another eight or ten days, should the weather continue favourable, bed claim operations may be resumed.         Paterson's Point is...

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LORD PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

?LORD ' PALMERSTGN. -V :, '.-ij | '?' (From a Correspondent of Vie Morning Chronicle) ' : -The^'best informed politicians ;iiow- in 'tbxvn-'diffBr^as^bHh'e-p'reciseidetftils'of'Iip'rd Palmerstqn's Idisnussal; ': but|'ail '?' 'thb ' stiitei monts and riirhours tend to 'confirm the iih pressibri tliat:hc has been thrown /bye'iy be cause' his cblleagues have-^belter lute' lhaii never— ^become convinced that his' policy | or his mode of caiTvinjr'it 6uti*'is no lbriaer tenable.' : ? It is the last fedtlier tliat .breaks the1 horse's ? back, b'utMlie ; back' would not have been broken by the last .feather' it' the liorse-.liad iiot been already over-bui'deiied.' ?We' regard- Lord' John Russell's conduct— ; allhoiigh';it may be perfectly: right rio'm— -ns'd. distinct' n.*dnussidnr;. that. lie' did wrong in propping ujvhis late colleague oh several former*' occasions,' when' that ''noble jord. took 'upoh hiiriself '\t6: speak br'act, with reference to bur foreign relations, as if he! alone...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

LOOAL INTKUlliKNOJi. THE GOYEKNOB-GENERAL'S VISIT. Information having reached town of the inten tion of His Excellency the Governor-General to arrive af Bathurst on Saturday lost, about forty mounted gentlemen started out to meet him. About 5 o'clock tho cortege crossed tho Vale Creek bridge and entered tho town, ^proceeding nn Willinm-strcet to Mrs. Black's, ttoyal Hotel, where a number of people had assembled to wit-; ness the procession and havo a peep at tho Go vemov-Gcnoral. His arrival wasgreeted witlithreo' cheers by tho assemblage, which were courteously', acknowledged. His Excellency was accompanied, on tho present occasion by his private Secretary,. Mr. George Fitz Rny, and tho Hon. tho Colonial, Treasurer-. On -Monday an address from' tho in habitants of Bathurst, with something over a hun dred signatures attached, was presented to His Excellency in tho court houso in presence of a', numerous and respectable andienco by a deputa-; tion consisting of a large body of gentle...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. REPORT OF THE ARCTIC COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

?| '' 'BlltiSIIEXTRACTSr' ' : Hi :; Report of the auctic committee... ^Kh i; ?-'?' (From the Liverpool Albion, Dec. 8.) MB'.' ... . , Tho comniittco appointed to consider tlio re H , ? 'portaof Captains Austin nnd Penny, nnd to ^8? ,' ' examine tho officers of tho late Arctic Expodi j^H ? --— tions- undor thoir respective .commanders, liavo Wm. made tlio following recommendations in their H; .repprt:— 'p ' ; ,. .. - ... ,.t j ^?j , ?'?'?'?? '?'?'?'? 'Admiralty, Arctic Committee.'} j ?: ' -;- '-::\^^- ?;??-, yy. ???? \ ; Noy; 2U, I8f51. | WK ;?? - .. '?.'??'?% -.'??{* '.- .?' ? ' ; '?* ''♦'. ' '*' . ; '*'.'.'[ ?? ^?1 i *?,.-?' 10^.. It is ;not without considorablo 'hesitation ^R 1 K 'tudafixietythat wo proceed to reply to tho last BJ'' ?:?'-'. ;; point on. which their lordships request our opi ^?t nion, nnmely, Mvhnt licnofits can bo expected ^|- : ^jfromjnhy fnrthor research, . with, tho me.ina and ?K ': ' directions in which tho committco nro of opinion ^m. that such searcli should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

[i7 Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold anJ oilier metils in any q mntity. G. B ROCKS l'AYN. ? - I Watchmaker and Jeweller, '. i Howickrstrpqt.j - H , Batuurst. If R ..Specimens nnil Coins wanted. -''^ t JBT' GOLD 1 GOLD ! ' . ?' -' I SYBB, BROTHERS *;„, / RnXgivctliohighestcasb price for,good clear R,0SvjT£'l35-- , , - , r ' «. ra^^vUSTHALIAN GOLD.; ' ' ,,' , ?Kamfcrsipieil is a CASH PURCHASER of KfibiiD w any nmount' ' W WILLIAM CUMMLNGS. |L creek. June 2Cth, 1851. . ? '' H GOLD. ' 1r undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD If DUST in any quantity ._ H TfTACKER & CO. H : 541, George-street, Sydney. ? ? . ? _ ? ? ? ? m GOLD! GOLD !! GOLD !!! ? i . MR. AUSTIN Hrpmred to purchase GOLD in any quantities m\) POUNDS. The highest price will in II case bo given. ? . ,- Mm parcels already purchased by him,- in Hng the King«tmple,wdfiUTig eleven ounces, K sMi) at his stores at tlie corner of \\ ilham ^Durham-streets. . Singers arriving in town, who may be it es.r ®if obtaining inform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

SELLING OFJ? I w To tht Inhabitants of Orange and the Sur rounding Districti. rpHE undersigned having disposed of his rtrc L mises, and arranged to vacate them within a short period, will, from and after tho present date, soil off tlio -whole of his stuck ot less than cost price. The attention of all parties desirous of laying in a good supply of winter goods at a cheap rate, is respectfully invited to his extensive and Viluablo stock. J. ARKINS. N. B— All goods not Bold by May the 1 lth, will be disposed of by publio auction, of which dua notico will be given. ArmUth, I8$i._ ?n^nil^HHMHi^BHBH PliliL RACES. . -'' . LIST of Subscription received for llie-Villsirp of Peel Races :— £ 8. d. On hand from last year o. O'lO 0 Jam?* Dalton .. .. -., 0 5.0 P. Ronnelly ., ...',.,' 0 2 6 A Sportsman .. .. '.. 0^5 0 R. Dignam ? .0-5 0 A Friend .. .; ., -.,.'? 0 4 8 H. Heathora .. .t ... 0 10 0 Juhn Ovens ., .. ., 0 2a M. Torpy ? 0 50 Ti Fog-ir-y ., .. ., ? ..,- 0-2 8 J. Murphy ? 0 2 8 — M Farla...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

J VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. pkere is nothing in the papers just come l|ind respecting the gold except the two ilLing Hems :— KfiHQit Got/d Field.— We have seen ULnle of Fingal gold in the possession P H^lf Charle3 Peters, weighing sixty ^W&i 'which was obtained by two men in Eiy and a half. The gold was in larger '«iHp.les than any we had previously seen ^'?p'thit district. Recent letters from Bp Ward indicate improvement at the ijfings.— a»«rfer. ? . . ?'? . Hfflotn at Pixtwatbb.— Another, and Pll'lfp present appearances we should think, Ollilirtaiit discovery of gold has been re ndJPy madeat P'ttwaterby Mr.. Croker, rMgr in that locality. Having reasons ii|||$eli-!Ying in the existence of the precious jiitli close by, Mr. Croker explored the ^Ilkbourliood, with what success remains '«*»$e seen- At tne ^rst washings some 'l*SP'r twelve scales of gold and several Rivets varying in size from a pin's. head ma pea appeared. This specimen, we are Ksformed by an eye-witness, was shown a...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. ? Dasqers of the Road.— Mr. M'CombiivB his gold circular, says: — Great. complaints ifl tinue to bo made by diggers of tho insecurity V the Black Forest ; a young gentleman, natfW Miller, who was accompanied by his mate, »? attacked last week by four bushrangers ; t»w| overpowered, the gang wero bus/ rifling IMjB- pockets, when another gentleman, with ono kj^Hi dred and eighty ounces of gold in his posscss'.os^R came in sight, nnd was fired af; he returned twgfc compliment, nnd his assailant dropped. Wo V lievo Mr. Miller was rc-conductcd to KyncWiMi and that the robber is dead or dying, but where* he is now we are not in a position to say. '»? would suggest tho propriety- of the government* stationing tho police, wero it only one or two, »?- each of tho inns, at and near tho diggings, thcr«B] boing no doubt that many outrages will tak?l .place. — Argus. 1 9 The Liability of Iksdhasce ComfasjejJ —Tho gold robbery on board the Nelson nnVB raised the question ...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

GOLD CIRCULAR. : Sinco my last; circular, -the Banks have made some -'extensive'-', purchases, mostly, it is under stood,' through' private agents, the rates given being 64s. to 61s. 6d. ..My-salcsto-dayaraoHnted to £2,873 13s. 7d., tho prices obtained averaging 64s. The temper of tho market seems to havo boon slightly affected by the late advices from England, nssigiiing a trifling inferiority to Turon gold. This circumstance has natarally created somo distrust, among buyers $ and there is an evident reluctance, on the part of old speculators, to follow advanced rates. Notwithstanding, this, prices have gono-up, with tho prospect of a fur ther advance. At Melbourne, also, a great im provement had been sustained, tho Waratali, which vessel arrived there on the 8th, having conveyed to that market several extensive pur chasers. The last Escorts from Mount' Alexander nnd Ballarat brought. 13,808 ounces. My letters by this morning's mail report'the apprehension of sovcral persons suspec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

THE ROAD TO HEALTH. TT O L L O W A V S. PILLS. OUall.Or A. DISEASED LIVEH AND BAD DIGESTION. ~ Copy of a Letter from Mr. li.W. Kirjtus, Che mist, 7, PrcscoU-strect, Liverpool, dated Gth June, 1851. To Professor Holloway. Sir,— Your Pillsnnd Ointment have stood tlio highest on our. sale list of Proprietary Medicines for some years. A customer, to whom lean re fer for any onquiries; desires mo to let you know the particulars of her case. She had heen trbu hled for years with a disordered liver, and had digestion. On tlio last : occasion, however, tho virulence of the attack was so alarming, and the inflamation set in. so severely, that doubts wero entertained of her riot being able to bear up under it ; . fortunately ?:? sho was induced to try your pills, and she informs mo that after the first, nnd each succeeding dose, she had great relief. She continued to tako thorn, and al though she only used three boxes, sho is now in the enjoyment of perfect health. I could hare sent you many ...

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GREAT ERUPTION ! ! !—HAWAII ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

GKEAT ERUPTION ! I !— HAWAII O2J FIRB.I1 ! ' '. : : '?'{From ih6Pohjnesidn,March&.) The now eruption on Mana.Loa. of which our correspondent, Mr. Sheldon, notified us' a few clayB ago, is likely to provo one of tho most: extensive tljnt has taken place. on these islands, within tho memory of man. From: the late accounts given beloiv, it will bo seen that tho most sublimo spectacles, are now to be wit nessed on that island, and the ;end mtiy bq the destruction of the beautiful cwn of -Hilo, by. the molten river, now on its course ^.towards tunt point. _ . ...!??'? . ? 'We give below tho lelteVa of our correspond-, ents, which reach (b^n to the 2Gth ult. ..,„??'' Ifilo, Feb. 21st, 1S52. ?' Do-rjjir,— The old lion is again out of his dia, liis eyes ilish firo, and bis roar is awful. Qn tho l-7ih instant, at 20 minutes past 3 a,m. a small beacon light appeared ou the summit of Mana Loa, This light increased until it looked like a rising- moon. In half an hour brilliant columns o...

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NEW SOUTH WALES TO WIT. (Copy.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

HEW -SOUTH WALES TO WIT. fCopy.) Inquiry touching the death of Edward Woolloy, free by servitude, held by Dr. 11. Macdonald, one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Pence for the said colony, at tho Long Creek, ?county of Wellington, colony of New South tvaicH. John Ash.fU, being duly sworn, stated, last Sa-' tuning morning about ten o'clock I saw n row on' this sido of tho Creek ; tho deceased, Edward Woolloy, and a man named Edward Albert woro in fighting attitude j tho deceasod mado n blow and fell down j whon he got up Edward Albert got hold of (in axletrco with ono of its arms broken off, and struck tho deceased with it nnd knocked him down j while ho was down Al bert mado another blow at him, but I cannot say whether ho struck him i the decoaeod had been drinking -sinco tho provioua Tuesday, and was very much in liquor on. the morning of tho acci dent. . ' . ? (Signed) John Asoaix. Sworn beforo me at tlioTl ?', , Long Creek, this I .,.-.:?., , ? 24th day of March. - . ? .1852. . ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. JBALLARAT. f From the Gcelona Advei liser. -,' If I cannot write of large yields, I can report a steady result remunerative to the diggers. The scarcity of- water prevents that enterprise which otherwise would be .brought inlo nlav from derelopinjr itself. and . confines their operations to a limited tract on the flat trending towards Yuille's station.* Brilliant :- recollections of a fe\v ?months past, still exercise a '-powerful ef fect, arid the gold digger hugs close to the Golden Point; ns tho mariner of old to the sea board— but soon as the winter rain ?comes on, hill and gully will be explored, 'with a result I venture to predicate that will rival any . success as yet recorded. There are spine parties' who have done re maikably well, many wlio have met with signal success, and others, as ever will be the case, who have been entirely unsuc cessful. One party on the ground, I nin informed, made £2;-0i) in a very short pe riod.' J£ party of five shared three pound...

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FRIDAY, APRIL, 29RD. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

Friday, April, SSnri. r,ARCENV. Michael Pugh and James' Donnelly were in dicted for having on tho 23rd January last nt Sofala, with baring stolen COO lbs flour, and four bngsofsngar, weighing 1 cwt., the property ;of Georgo Foster Wyso, Esq. Both prisoners 'pleaded not guilty, and wa9 remanded on mcount of n material witness, to tha next nssiscs. - ?? Tho recognizances of the absent witnesa Wero estreated. SADDLE BTBALING. Robert Houlton of Bathurst, was placed nt'iho bar charged with having stolen a saddle of the value of 4.0s., tho property of Mr. Robert M'Phil lamy. A second count charged him with receiving tho saddle knowing it to bo stolen. Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty. From the evidence of tho prosecutor it appeared that on the Hth of October lnst he sent a black fellow to Popper's Creek, with rations, and at tho samo timo gave two saddles into 'his charge to tako OTcr. Tho saddles wero both lost ; but somo time after, ns the prosecutor was .riding through Foster's Valley, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

£5 BE WARD. H STOLEN or strayed, from the Yellow Hole, H near Cowra, a dirk brown Entire Colt, ono H hind futlock white, branded MITEC on near H shoulder. ^B If stolen, a rewud of £5 will bo paid upon Hj convictinn of thcthief ; or, if strayed, a wward of H £1 w 1 1 o p a u, n delivery of tho same to Mr. H Burmie, ot to tho' undersigned. H JAMES MCVBE. H Cuwra. H ; '? WENTWORTH DIGGINGS.' B TAIIE Undersigned, in reply to tho 'numerous HB JL ' 'enquiries made by parties astothenato.ro ? of the- terms tipoii which tlio newly-discovered ? gold Field, ' Froderijk's Valley,' will bo worked, M I havo received instructions from iMr. Went- ? Wurth on tha subject, to tho effect that the public H will not ba allowed to work on any terms. - ? J. B. DANIEL, ? Agent. H April 20th, 1852. I £2 REWARD, I IOST, nrar C-rrawa, aflo-rel Filly, bunded ? J with a blotched G on tho near shoulder, ? wlnto blazo down tho face, nnd about 14 hands H high, with aadiilo. bridle, and portmanteau. H Whoevor will ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. - « -.f./- ??? Jr ???' B. W. H. M. ITi 'n. Apt 24 S G . 81 5 . 20 4.6 SSS». 6 . 32 5 . 25 6 . 6 86 M. 6 ; 82 5 . 84 C . 0 £7T. 0 ? 83 5 . 23 T . 6 . £8 W. 6. . 34 8 . 21 8 . 6 29 Th. 6 . 34 5 . 10, 9 . 6 SO F. 9 . -3S S . 10 10 . S

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DR. M'DONALD'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

DB. M-D0NAt,t--3 STATEMENT. On tho night .of- tho 22nd March last, I was called to seo a pitti.ent nt tho Long Creek.— I started at sunriso oh : tho following morning in company with Mr. J. J. Mills of Mudgee, and nri-lvo.il nt. t'm Tinn-r ' Oirpinfc nhrint. 9 oVInolr T had learned on tho road that Wodley wns dead. Immediately on my arrival, I went intJ tho tent, where the body was, and examined it I recog nized it as that of- a man -whom 1 had frequently scon at Louisa Cccok, and whom I knew. to bo a lighting man. '.? There were no nuu Its' o.i tho body except that of a large blister, or sinopism, over tho pit . of the stomach, and a scarcely pc'rceptibld mark' on tho left side towards : tho -.-.'back, rather lower than the rogion of tho kidneys. I informed- the bystanders thai I would wait tho arrival of ? tho Commis sioner, or somo messngo from him, and that, if necessary, I would open tho body. Tho Com missioner wasconfined, I believe, in consequence of a broken rib, .and sent w...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1852. DEATH OF EDWARD WOOLLEY, AT LONG CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

. THK.BATEDRST .¥RHK PABSSL *?« ? i . . I. ? ? . 'M4GNA. KBB VERITA8 ET PHJEVAI.E131T.' SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 18S2. DEATH OP EDWARD WOOLLEY, AT LONG CREEK. In ourlssuo of tho I Oth instant, nndcr the head of ' Mntislauglitcr or something like It,' we pub lished tho particulars of tho death of Edward Woolley, nt Long Creek, n9 relntod by ft person named John Ashall, who informed us. that ho wits nn cyo-witness to tho assault which : caused his denth. Shortly after ginng.his Torsion of tho matter he brought his wife to our office, who, in . answer to a number of questions wo put to her, corroborated tho most important statements of. her husband. So anxious did he nppoar to have -what ho tormed ' tho truth of tho mnttor' pub 'lished, that he offered to pay for it as nn advor tiscmont, and expressed li'insclf so indfgnant about . tho whole affair, that ho. would willingly pay £20 to sec justico dono in tho matter. Ho at once ? gave his own name, and tho names of several, other individuals...

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