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ENGLISH [?]RACTS. MORAL CONDITION OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

» c". ¿ 'd' * V. A. "A -i í. N ' \ .??ÍJÍ ..AIp&ÁL CONDITION OF MINERS.. w-T?-E.f-°^8extracts exhibit the fearful itji w'î11^ °? ^ moral and educational state of «VîiiMîi1!»0*?» « Lancashire and Yorkshire, ¿Si, especially in the districts where females .-work in the mines. . : - ' Mr. Kennedy gives the following among "i'S>... * Tftss of other corroborate evidence col ".. ^ jeeted in Lancaster : « ',«".." '? JP*-;.' Roscoe, coal proprietor, states : ¿.'Colliers rire very disorderly, they get -.. drunk on Saturday night-thnt is a regular thing ; I may say every collier gets drunk ~ on Saturday night if he eau afford it. - ;r " Have you any fights ?-Yes. the col r,| ' ,rs.arc 8reftt nghters and wrestlers. On .' - .' Christinas day I saw twelve pitch battles. "Were they ' stand-up-fights '?-No ; it is all « up-and-down fighting' here j they fought quite naked excepting their clogs-, when one has the other down on the ground he first endeavours to choke him ~ u ' .by squeezin...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. . lT EDNEÔDAY»* '! ÍJEFOÍIB litó C'IÍIBF Coihikeió^Eiti PROOF OP CLUM9. ' . I In thc estate nf Edward James Foster, a special meeting: The estate of James Dodds, £12 13s. 8d. ; N. Bushby, £14 10s. Iii tile r/state »>f Thomas Gore and Co., a special meeting: thc líanlí of Australia, £58. In the estate of Benjamin Singleton, ¡in adjourned meeting: F. M. Stokes,£J 133. 3d. ; Bryan Creeny, for wages, £5 Ids. '. In thc estate of John Smitlu'irst, a special meeting ¡ Reuben Uthcr, JE100 12s. Sd. MiiEf ticos roil TO-DAY.-Third meetings in tile Cs't.ttcii of James Batten at ten o'clock; Patrick Girant, at half-past ten ; Thomas Shelton, ut eleven; Francis Wye, a single meeting, at half-past eleven ; George Smyth's trustees, a second meeting, from twelve to one ; Street and Beaumont, a second meet- ing, at one ; George Smyth, au adjourned meeting, at twelve; Recs Jones, a special meeting, at two. NBW INSOLVENTS.-Thc following persons filed their schedules yesterday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

!-v " " , . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^ 1 Sydney, Fifteen Shillings per Quarter. _ Single Numbers, Sixpence. Country, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter. ? Ten per cent, discount for payment in advance, anti len per cent, added if accounts are allowed to run over six months. J f ' CASH TERMS »FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. . ... ? »». '. .: " ' [ For one ¡ucl, and under, Two Skilling* and Sixpence, and One Shilling for, every additional inch, for each insertion. . . The only persons authorised tn receive Moneys and Communication, or. account of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD" (except at the Office of Publication, Lower George-street, Sudney) are Mu. JOHN KAURIS, Collector, Si/dueu ; MR. JOSEPH HUNT, Balmain ; Mn. JOHN LISCOMBE, Bathurst ; MR. LABAN WHITE, Windsors MR. HUGH TAYLOR» ^R-^^T*°NI" Maitland and Wollombi; MR. D. L. :SPILLANE, Campbelltown; MR. JOHN COLEMAN, (WI/A; Mn. lt. DAVISON, Wollongong; MR. ROBERT CRAIG, Cabinetmaker Goulburn ¡ MR. JOHN M'KINLAV, Postmaster, Cassilis; MR. JOH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

TOS TBS CLUINO*XIVW, .jt-r- rpHE SCHOONER SALLY, VFJKWV JL will be ready to sail (or the above place ia a few drys. For ^^S^SSvP' freight or psssage apply to Mr. W. Cole, Argyle street, or to the master on board, at Kellick's Wharf. 5576 ros mifcBovtn, VOST ruzmr. À /KTKT- HPHE u"e fast-soling BRIG .*i<$iE??k .* CHRISTINA, iw^fslSä^ Th-mas Birkenshaw, roaster, will ?pzfo^iS&CSi sail for the above port on Sunday, thc 23rd instant. For freight or passage aptly to the master on board, o.- to A. B. SMITH and CO., £563 Sussex-street. VAVTHI TO OBAVIII. ! r-t- rp W O VESSELS, from 43kfcRS& Three Hundred Tons ; apply to áfljBiHÉSs* Messrs. A. B. Smith and Co. Sus- sex street. October 10. 55G2 nans NOVIOS.-axcH&Noi, THE Directors of the Commercial Banking Company heieby give notice, that Bills of Etchmgc are granted at the following ntes. Bi l t ut 1 day's sight, 2 per cent, premium. Bids at 30 day's right, li per cent premium. Billi at 6 monthii' date, 15...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE Sir JAMES DOWLING, Chief Justice. THE NORFOLK ISLAND MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

»»w wnuxaima, SBrKEME COURT.-CRIMINAL Sinn. \VEDNESDAY. BEFORE Sir JAMES DOWLING, Chief Justice. THE NORFOLK ISLAND MURDERERS. At the opening of thc Court, the prisoners from Norfolk Island were placed at thc bar ; 'when the following Jury was empannelled : Joseph Armstrong, (foreman), Thomas Aspin wall, William Aikenhead, Benjamin Yabsley, John Allingham, Joel Asher, Thomas Agars, Charles Yoiingor, William Aiken, Andtew Young, David Allan, John Alcorn. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL said, that in pre- senting an information against the prisoners, he wished to inform thc Court, that a man named John Berry, was included in thc com- mittal by thc magistrates ; but, upon (riving the case the fullest consideration, he did not think that it would be right to include him in the information. The information was then banded in. John Jones, Thomas Whelan, George Bea- ver, Henry Sears, Nicholas Lewis, James Woolf, alias Mordecai, all late of Norfolk Inland, labourers, were indicted for, that they on th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

. ???».Itt» IlRTafclitmrOMê , I ARRIVALS.-NONE« DEPARTURES. For Uuam, yesterday, the schooner, Thomas Crup, Captain Metcalfe, with coals and Bun- tine*. For Hobnrt Town, thc snme d.tj-, thc bri *gai!tiiic,'Z'rtft'Hf, Captain Vinnie, with cedar, coals, &c. Passengers-Mr. Beverley Suttor, Nr. Watson,,a)Ä Mr. Connel. <*? For Port Phillip, thc Rame day, thc ship, Duke of Richmond, Captain Clark, in ballast. | Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Strode, two chil- dren, and servant, und Mr. Whifford. For Newcastle, thc snme tiny, thc hrig, . Martha, Captain Well?, in ballast. ' " For thc South Sea Islands, the same tiny, the schooner Cintra^ Captain Chstindhig, with .hundriea. Passengers-Captain Hunter, Rev. -1.T. Johnston, Mis. Johnston, Monsieur mid Madame Do:'Votive and child, and two natives of tho South Sea Islands.

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To the Roman Catholics of the Church of Jesus Mary Joseph, at Chinsurah. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

The following letter was" written by the Rev. Dr. Fulgencio to his nock at Chinsurah, until he could obtain a printed copy for them of the above letter addressed to the Editor of the Christ tian Intelligencer. To the Roman Cntholics of the Church of Jesus Mary Joseph, at Chinsurah. My dear Friends and Brethren in Jesus Christ,-After living amongstyou in love, and in the exercise of every kindly feeling, for the space of twelve years, you will be surprised and grieved to hear of the step which I have taken, and of my intended removal from Chinsurah. I yesterday re- signed the Church into the hands of the Su- perior of the Mission from whom I received it, and I am about to take a house here for a few weeks, after which I expect to remove to Calcutta. The object, therefore, of this is, to request that you will suspend your judgment upon the step I have taken for the present. The reasons and motives which have induced me thus to separate myself from you, I have drawn up in the form of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. Moore and Heydon.-At their Rooms, at half-past 0, p. m., Books. Mr. S.Lyons.-Athis Mart, at 11 o'clock, the cutter Young Queen, Spanish Red Wine, &c. Mr. Blackman.-On the ground, Parramatta strcct, at 12 o'clock, a Building Allotment of Land. Mr. Price.-At his Rooms, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clock, Furniture, Eai then ware, &c. Mr. S. Solomons.-At the Cattle Market, at 1 o'cloclc, a Team of Working Bullocks, Horse, Gig, and Harness.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 20.-William, 21, Thompson, for Newcastle, with sundries; Maitland, steamer, 103, Pursuits, for Port Macquarie, with sun- dries; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Thomsons, 37, Por- ter, for Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Trial, 30, Robinson, for the M'Leay, in ballast; Marrara, 23, Bowen, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, fur Wollongong, with sundries ; John, 37, Stoel, for Newcastle, in ballast.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY, j From London Direct.-Spartan, 400 Macey, merchandise, hud sailed. Giraffe, 264 Moore, June 15. Eden, 420. Boyce, mer- chandise, May 10. Harlequin, 350, Harri- son, merchandise. May 29. Trial, 430, Day, merchandise, May 13. Caledonia. " Samuel. John Woodhall. Posthumous, Milner, June 15. From Liverpool.-Alert, 230. From Port Phillip.-Falcon, schooner. Ocean. Fnou Hobart Tow«.-Marian Watson, schooner. Oralava, schooner, Ellis. From Launceston. - Deborah, schooner, Socrates, Grant. From New ' Zealand.- Ariel, Finlay, Shamrock; schooner, 85, Daldy. - Scotia, schooner, Cool;. Susannah Ann, schooner, Anderson. Perseverance, schooner. Chal- lenger, schooner. Brothers, Bruce. Eleanor, brig. Success, schooner. Catherine, schooner, 160, Bannatyne. Bolina, 253, Brown. Regia, Kyle. Guide, brig-. Amwell, Hessie. From the South Sea Islands.-Alfred, brig, 140, Grant. From the Mauritius.- Argo, brig, Billing. Sarah Jane, brig. Faith, schooner, Mattison. From Indian...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

IMPOUNDINGS. Prospect Pouxd-October 8 One light bundled poliy cow, low in condition, bunded W on ofi hip, I-P or 1 P off shoulder One red sided heifer, white bick and bell), binndcd on near hip fill One red steer, newly branded Bon near hip Ifthenboie cattle are not released they will be sold on the 7th November W Abams [9s 9d Syosfy Pound-On the 11 tis Octohci by Mr William Bucknel!, of Newtown A bat mare, leiy aged, m low condition, black points, white «pot on foicheid, collar mark«, apparently bianded on near shoulder, siddle inaiks, switch tail, damages 2ls If the aho\e mare is not released within twent) one da\3 she will be sold B Monnis [9^ Od Iaualcv-September 30 One chesiiut mare, switch tail, slar on the foiche id, ncir lund fetlock white, bianded SIM on the off shoulder, JI conjoined on (lie neal shoulder One chtsnut colt, stir and blaze on face bianded JI conjoined on the ne ni shoiildci, oil lund fetlock while One black colt, bla/e on the face, near foie fetlock white, b...

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DIARY. Memorandum for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

DIARY. Monmanamm tam WU »ay, I October. SUN, rises I sets. mon tide. morn I eve« 21 | F R ipay_1 5 32 | C 28 | 10 ti | 10 30 Last Quarter, Oct. 27, 45 m. past 10, morning.

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SALE OF OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

SALE OF OCCUPATION LICENSES. I CoLoxiAL Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th October, 1842.-At eleven o'clock of Thurs- day, the 17th day of November next, the Colonial Treasurer will put up to auction, at the Colonial Treasury, the licenses to occupy, under the regulations of the 21st August, 1811, the undermentioned portions of land, for one year, from the 1st January, IS 13. Further information respecting the lands may be obtained from the Surveyor General, and respecting the conditions, from the Colonial Treasurer. Camdkn.-1. 700 acres, near Burragorang. 3. 810 acres, at Burragorang, near the head of the Nattai River. 4. 610 acres, same place. Upset price £5 per section. WESTMonrxAND.-2. 800 acres, near Burra- gorang. Upset price JC.) per section. Phillip.-5,6. 610 acres each, at Mudgee, I about five miles north-east of Mudgee. 7,8. 610 acres each, near Cooyal. 9. 640 acres, near the head of Moolarben Creek. Upset price £5 per section. Bathurst.-10, 12. GIO acres each, near Grabina,...

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PORT PHILLIP. SALE OF SUDURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

PORT PHILLIP. Sale or Sudukban, Unu.iN, and Town Al- lotments. Hw Excellency the Gmcrnor directs it lobe notified, that at Ele\en o'clock of Wednesday, the 7th December, and fol ISV¿(I¡» day., the undermentioned Suburban, Urban, à'nd fo? n Allotments, will be put up to .ViiptiorJ, in jonie L,on('pnjent place m the aioun of Melbourne, Vr.it ff)l|ji||l ZTtlj-lltcf iiu«rT">,',0u respecting these Lands may be fjbtimed lrom ib" Sun ey or General, in Mu*/, hiid tlie Ofhcer in chirge of the burrey DTpijrtm^pf tf {'ort Phillip, and re-pecting t||e ponihtion: 01 qui«., fo» the Colonial Trcismer, i» S,idney, ami }Jie 5>iib Treasurer, ot Melbovintp, (USUHUAN ALI OTMC\TS. Bounicr-I. 51 acres, parish of Doutta Galla, allotment No. 30. 2 48 acres, same place, No. 31. 3. 19 acres, same place, No. J2. 4. 52 acres, same place, No. 33. 5. Ü acres, same place, No 34. 6.52 acres, same place, No. 35. 7. 47 acre«, samep'ace, No 30. 8. Si aeres, same place, No. 37. Upset price £l<i per ac...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. October 20.-Mary Ann, 12, Christy, from the Hawkesbury, with 450 bushels maize ; Rover's Bride, 49; Boyce, from'Port Stephens, via Newcastle, with coals; Cttrrencff Lass, 16, Noon, from Brisbane Water, with ¿00 bushels maize; Elizabeth, 13, Potts, from Broken Bay, with shells ; Sophia Jane, steamer, ISO, 'Wiseman, from Wollongong, with sundries ; Jess, 77, Bennett, from the M'Leay, with 34,000 feet cedar ; Lucy Ann, 30, Parry, from the M'Leay, with 18,000 feet cedar ; Narara, l8, Bowen, from Brisbane Water, with 5,000 .feet timber, 4,000 trenails, 30,000 laths; .Nautilus, 30, Johnson, from the M'Leay, with 20,000 feet cedar ; Thomsons, 37,|Porter, from 'Lake Macquarie, with coals ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Morpeth, with 200 bushels wheat, 20 tinsses hay ; Star, 12, Thompson, from Ulladulla, with 200 bushels wheat, 3 tons bar)c_; Sisters, 48, Morton, from Newcastle, with coals ; Sovereign, steamer, 119. Cupe, from Morpeth, with 52 trusses hay, 66 bags m...

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SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

SALE OF LAND. CoeoxiAi Secrctniy s Ofhce, Sydney, 11th Slctoher, 1812 Ate]e\en o clock of Wcdncs itj, tl|c 11th day of Janinry next, the Colo ))|a| ireauiiiei will put up to the Auction, at the Colonial Pieasury, the undermentioned pni lions of lind, on the terms mthorised by Cio\eminent Further mforimtion íespect ing the 1 inds may be obt lined from the Stir \c\nr Gcnenl, mid respecting the conditions of sale, from the Coloni ii lieisiner. CuMrFRLvsD-1 8 icies, puish of Hun (er s Hill, at I'arbnn Cieek, commencing at (lie noi th east cornu of Stubbs IO acres Up tktpnce£j peracie 6 10 ncie«, parish of (oinulla, on the Hawkesbury liner, situate about n qimtei of a mile south of E Yaile) s 00 acres Upci)t priée, 20s per acre CiMDrs-2 50 acres, non the heid of the Calaiict mer, about fnc miles north west of AVollongong, commencing at the conflu enoe of the Rock) Cieek with the Calanot Rner Upset price £l per ncie 7, 8 20 acre«, at lllawarri, commencing at the not lb-cast corner of J Wy...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. SALE OF LAND.—MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

OOVBBITKaWT OAIITTI. I SALE OF LAND.-MORETON BAY. | I CoioNiAt. Secretary s Office, Sydney, 7th I October, 1842 At ele\ en o clock of Wcdnes ' day the 7th day of December next, the Colo- nial Treasurer will put up to Auction, at the Colonial Tre isury, the undermentioned por tions of land, on the tcims authorised hy Government, being the land known as " Pagle Farm, at Moreton Bay, the intended sale of winch wus adi ertised in the notices from this Oliice, dated 3rd May, and Util September last Turther inhumation respecting the Lands ma) be obtained from the Surveyoi Gcneial, and respecting the conditions of sale, from the Colonial treasurer Sianlfy-1 O') acres, 2 roods, and 11 perches, parish of Toombul, No 1 ofpoitiou 2 Eiglc 1 arm, Moreton Bay 2 106 acres, 2 roods, and 14 perches, same place, No 2 of portion 2, 3 87 acres, 2 roods, and 2 j perches, .ame place, No 3 of portion 2, 4 C5 acre«, I rood, and 8 perches, No 4 of portion 2, í 52 acres, 1 rood, and 1 pel eli, same place, No...

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THE MARKETS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

THE MARKET«. I TiiuiisiJAV, OcioiiLa 20, 18+2. I Mb ivis -bai ii on is rathci flat, sheet lend, iron, and tin plates, arc still flatter, pig lead and non mc always heavv, foi the precious meláis llieic is apieat dcinnnd, but holders ne finn, and decline palting with anyon the terms oflcicd Relu-\le and porter in cask is rather quiet, particulaily that which has been im- poned some time , bottled is getting brisk, ginger beer is aWo rising rapidly Wims Avu Sunns-The stock of both is huge, and the demand limited, except the lattii for export-it last week amounted to about tluee times the quantity cleared for home consumption which appears a hazardous speculation, as a very coiisufeiable portion of that which is shipped, very shortly afterwai ds finds its way bick agnn That branch of the ti ide may be sa d lo be a monopoly Dnuos vaiv much, some have an upward, others a downward, tendency. Guniowdeu goes of! easily Land ami Stock-Hie foimer lemams stationary, the latter is continually o...

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THE DOMAIN. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

I THE DOMAIN. I Tolhe Editors of Hie Sydney Morning Herald. Gctlemex-Knowing the readiness which it all times the li/dnei/ Heiald Ins euiiced to reprove every species ot public nuisance, ] trust I am not intruding on y oin piofcs nonal kindness, by requesting you to direct the attention of the police authoutics to the great annoyance to which i espectable pailles tie subjected, b\ the ill-timed appearance, mi impudent addi esses, of some young ladies of very questionable chaiactci, dilling the rarforniance of the militai y band m the Domain To such in extent was this carried s feiv days since, by a few of these fillts de tue, that man'- gpoMcmcn were obliged either to le njrs mu!?"! another, or ,e main at the risk of ha\ nig their acquaintance claimed, and their character speculated on, no matter whether with or without the slightest grounds Could the police au [fhonties put a stop to this annoyance, it would certainly he very deniable , as othei we, if itls allowed to be continued,...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. GENERAL HOLIDAY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

I oaiGiwAt. coaaoa*aunase». I I GENURAL HOLIDAY. ft the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. i ", fuer,- In our father-land, m da) s of ore when n body of insn foi the first time rtfrci«C(l the elecme franchise , they weie L,tto testif) their )oy by making the day "ne of ffcneinl festivity, and cessation fioin ImsiiKS ni ti, being an adnurei of the good "M customs of my natue country, I think he citizens of Sydney c innot do better than emulate the example of their foiefutheis on llie (hy (which is now fast approaching) when .he, for the fust time will be called upon to electa budy of men upon whose acts and .vernon« the fiitme pi osperit) of the city will ma orinH) depend-when, with minds treed Itom the cires of business, they can weigh well the qualifications of the respect» e candi- dates sad record their votes for those most likely' to advance the interests of the com ."""Uj it large Hoping to see the fust day of November kept as a general holiday, I am, Gentlemen, AN OLD SUBSC...

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