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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

'jDaDittp1man with ani u~eeptionabI 'h& ;_ trier. and three g~ood oen: .men Apply at the ,Monitor; GOVERNMENT ORDER. CoLOOiAliSICRETAarY' OFFICE JAN. 22, 1828. FIFTY POUNDS IREWARD, ANl A TICKET OF LEAVE. I- MTPE AS, a verdict for Wilful Murder, against V some person or persons unknown, was returned at the inquest taken on the 19th Instant, nu the body of Thomas Tucker, a stockman, employed by Mr. West, Miller, rcsiding near Sydney ; Notice is hereby given, that a Reward of fifty ?ourds will be paid to any per son or persons giving such information as may lead to tbc discovery and Conviction of the party or parties . concerned; and if the person giving such information be a prisonar,4he will also'be allowed a Ticket of Leave. Bpy His Excellency's Coinmand, - ALEXANDER M'LEAY. ' ". FLANAG4N, e*ribant, tiafor, anit e' *Merrer. ,D ESPECTFULLY begs to inform the public, that ,.?V he has commenced the .above business, in all its ;branches, at No. 113, Pitt street, (one of Mr. Ter...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

To THU EDITOR OF TnJI MONrTOR. Sxn, PERnIIT me through the medium of :your va luable Publication, to expose to public reprobation' some very prevalent abuses that exist with the petty local Pound-keepers of detached districts; perhaps there is not in uninterrupted action, a more specious system of. fraud, than that practised by some of these self-codsti tuted distrainers on private property. However, it is an evil that calls loudly for the interference of the au-. thorities, either in a revision of the present regulations, or by an abolition of 'tbese unauthorised and'. uncon trolled amercers. .. ToH only existent authority for the establishment of Pounds, and the exaction of dues, are, the locd lregula-. tions of the late Governor Macquarie, which are to be found in that code, abollehed, by an Act of Counqil, durfing the t ter part of. the' admi? tratIonoyS ir Tbho mnas' Briasane; .upon the prinicple, that'notv Ikstauding they might be' eiiited to"locality, yet&;intfact, th...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

S$YDNJ1Y MARKETS. Overage price on quantiy soW : New Wheat.8s;.' t d.--Maize 7s. 9d.--Bayley 5s. Od.--Oats * 4s.-= ane Flour, 2sa. Od. Bterling per 100 lba.--Sccoundi do.:l Z. Od.-Bread' 5?d. per 21b. Lpo 4-Potuitoes*208. per p1wt.-Fresh ,BNtter 28. 9d -Salt GIq 2C1. 6d:-Commoa" t Cheese re. 4d.-Bunkin's do. 2s. 0(1.-g 2 ;per Od ' Sdoz.-FoIwls3s. Gd. per cq'iple.4 --4.iicIcs 6.-«4T eese, 6r. etch.~-Turkies 88 -Small buneiý 'urnipbr2 d.-Dtitto Carro ts 2d -Onions 3d. per Ia ;-46ef per lb. by Uaozyquar. ter, 41d ; per Joint GdA.-Muiton '7d.--I ork" 8d.ý;+4a1e. Pork"l v the Joint 1041.-=Veal 2d -r)-rangrasý., mop , Wild.Peachls, 10s. per bnshel -Worlfed do. .1. per dos: Hay £.I jer ton.--Straw 255. per I.ad;-'CatC Ieqaozc. MERPJJANPJICE. _ . . Hvkori Tea, ,per half Chest of 321bzj£.6-Gvie~ pdittqk per aitto £.2 lOs. and £" 1Qs.-Sugars pe Ib by the bHp4l -.-Brazil Tobuccoo ti Abe Paskct per lb. 38. lay the uslk; 4s 6d --jgishi Soap pelb., byt. Moloulandies bay' 'tf lb. is. 2d-3ia Th- 5k...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

t O19MSTIp INTELIgEN.CE. SQAgýiR S?SrONs.--RexR (in the proseention of 'Msr zier) tE tUis Rohbsn.-This was an nition for' an asirhilt Mrt .Williintis appeared' on behalf of Mr. D: Mziiere; afd tiddressing the Jiury, wished to imipress on' their minds, that'Mr. M. appeared'on the present occasimd with much reluctance, he having lately had the misfor-' tute to become nh Insolvent, but he trusted one' of 'n commnon honour, baving exhibited assets to the aBuouIt of 17s. Gd. in the pound, so"that his crldiltorp ad":al most bluimed him for not going on , with his' ýueiness, without any appeud to them. The Defendant, 1Mr.RQ- R i on,.who was ta principal:creditor, had taken advant4g of. the peculiar situatiou of his client, to insult i0u 'assault him. He begged to ask the Ofntlemen of , th. Jury what their feelings would have been on quIh 0t" occasion? had he himslVf been pineed in a oefBiitlr way, ehe shI ld (hM4 / iewben ablej) ihave dauhed the Defend?i? to the ground (a laugh).: He hoped...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. (Sittings at Nlsi Prizs, before the LOWD CHRI [?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

.' " " : -f r aar ti¢ t fo r w o rk v ,er the }ýit:ii.9',tt 1" .two deeks. salthry. "" 1=rt:ýerj~e dta3ýtiwni ,(qr thwoawr, e5Claý$.ýrt=ý sxi3o ,noDrurylt' ra was originally engaged in 18U4 y Irf Eliston. for, three sj.atrt a ri tU?Aalj pof 8/. tl. and 10lo. per week. lP s •8g .Mr. E$ihs9o ": viSng sefht'the esmths ent, Iiss ?-.raddnn'r.s8riejs, were continued by the present manngement, at a salary. o i' er 1b week. "Sh 's uoderage when- slheq3terea infito the contrdct with Mr. ,llisto;, bui: ihad 'arrive 'ta aýe' prior to the time when the e?use of the prefsen ac ktinaiWosb, and 't .a was= thi Asrr' she appeared : as pIaitil.. on the pteseiit re coraL 'rite the Learned o .onsel une rstoc re?dift my nent of -theo present demand, .on, tie grouni at' ?ie l?intiff had ehtered 'into.. a.contract ky dd t - r. -llist6nl a.by which she 'consented to bave de iucted fromit tii~' salitry' dentain fides,.'in case of. her vjolating the rules of the Theatre; but the defendant ,as. iiite initsthk...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

SArLES BY AUCTION.. tmijog '..erm Ilourehold Furntiour, Plhturi" Cut glass, "-k " Crieýiitev It'ines, and other vluu6alcef?ctr. BY m11R. BODINHTAM* f4 tile rem se, Apsy Lodge, by order of liPpip1ie 'oit,' h~~d? ciaiessEsq. ' tteHigh Sheriff of the Colony, proceeding to. England, on Wednesday, the 3Oth Instant: at 11 o'ClocJ. U..-. IBODENIHAM has the honour ti nnno6nce t. ithele Pblio, that, he is.instructed to offer foi?itblih ,Auetion, the whole of the elegant minodern tiriitnire' of ,dibtie Ge'ntleiman; cdmprtsintgfour-pdst, betdtetids, , ell-eh?brididg titd: clihar~ber requisites,ddfai,;, ehbets et mahogany drawers, wardrobes; vets of ditiiig, loc~, .nr5l, and pembroke tables,; ?abinet. piukiot'ort,,:, abo." gany and cane-bottomed chairs, tihne, pieces, plate, .bipa, and cut glass, table-linen napkiiis, kitchen,:arli7 p.den utensils, curiosities, trAdIn choice' collection, of tines, &L. Purchasers above £?f S8erling, tppjrýoed; Bi.lls t Jwo dionths, will be take *ii h?lih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

r;,TJSLýTi,,+ itpo~ Qi .~e North Briton, * the Wharf. Application to be -itiide .tp Messrs.R .I c(ainpbell and Co. or Messrs Cooper' anid Levey, - : W LIlNGTON' BREWERY, AND SOAP AND .CANDLE MAfNUF4CTORY. JOHN PAYNE, grateful for the extensive platronage hither ' toconferred upon him, and proud alsoon account of the de. cided preference alwvi ys givf~ to aiticles of his Manufacture in every part of the Colony, begs to' apprise his numerous customers, that his prices, will, until firther noti~e, be fixed asunder:-- - Prim'e Colonial Beer, (the usual quality) ' £.3 Stg. per Hhd. Fine Colonial Brown Stout .. ........ £.4 .do. . do.. Soap Qf an excellent quality b1 Sterling. per, ound.. Sbperior mould Candles, 10d S ?;ing per- pound. ? Ditto dipt ditto 10dCurrency per pound., , S N. B. The usual supply of Foreign Wines, Brandy, Rum, Oint Tea, Sugar; Tobacco, &c. '&e?c "4 ' &ý. .In.addition to. his former extensive. Stock, J. P. has re reently-imported: a few case...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED WE have been in the Colony sixteen years, and never remember maize at so high a price as it is now, namely 7s. 9d. a bushel. Wheat will soon be very dear. We recommend the Settlers, as they pay their dollars away at 4s. 4d., not to take them at a higher rate. After which, for the honour of the coin of George the Fourth, which is prevented circulation by the King of Spain's coin (a thing highly disgraceful to the Colony, when our own King's coin has been sent out a long time ago for the very purpose of superseding all others), we trust an Act of Council will at length be passed, to render the circulation of the King of Spain's money, a misdemea- nour. Dollars, in English law, are mere merchandize ; not money; which ought to pass current among Eng- lishmen. We trust His Excellency Governor Darling will consider this, and ask himself, and Mr. Laidley, this simple question. Were the late shipments to the Colony of British half crowns, shillings, and six p...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

.... THE1 MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY, 21, 1828. ' TniE GAZETTE is .leased to' cast a ,slur on.the pre, sentment' of the last Grand Jury, and to insinuate, that they condemned the old Gaol in order to compel the Government to build the new one, when they knew the latter.had not the'ability; and on the other hand praised the Hulk prison, merely because the Commander asked the gentlemen who went on board to take some refresh " ment. The Editor we suppose, is conscious, that when he undertakes a publuic duty himself, he is actuated by motives of the kind he charges the late Grand Jury with; he therefore naturally concludes other people are under the. inuence of the same ignoble feelings and principles. We however should conceive, that the late SGrqud' Jury . imply stated in their Presentment;what they jslw. And that if any other i4ea eptered thei' minds, it was probably this ; that floating Qaols appear :ngto answer so well, they would be glad to see the ppvernment abandon' the ...

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MR. EAGAR'S PAMPHLET. (Continued from Page 928.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

MB , 'S .P A H T.'' .(Conotinued from Page 928.) Tu. colony of New South Wales contains, in its. ij de. extent, many sections of country, where all the €comvicts that cannow, or onsy hereafter be spared, may be employed to very great advantage, in clearing 4d4 pre paring farms for emigrants. tf it should not be deemed prudent to" form settlements at Moreton Bay, Port. ]3pwen, or Port Curteis, there is more than a sufficient .(,antity of gooJ?rich valuable land, within that section .f .the c, lony which has been explored, between Jervie "ay, audorft.Macquarie, 0.o gi e en ployme't to te times, a greater number of coavicts, than it is to be hoped, Pwill ever be at the disposal of the government, Th' e~tension of the settlements already formed at P?art Hanter, and Port. 1Vacqua.rie, ill require no adi ditional .expense. four new S.tliqgh)] ?eg it will b¢ ..nerely the transfer of the povioets -frm o.e part of' the settlerment to another, with little, if any additional expense iii the fi...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

ORIGINAL , -PjETR. . Mark, as the sun sinks.glorious in the west, ;lowbtautiful his still enlargigg,orb Dips in the wave : how Ocean's bosom heaves, , yPtly., as tremulous with, delight ; ,and, all The winds are hush'd, save ?,Zphyr's softest sigh, -Which, o'er the surface gliding, sweetly steals •-A balmy kiss, nor-breaks the chain-of light : And all above.,artceeoau,aung bf gold S-Rdfulgent,- to the eye magnificent, I *And ever changing;, chains th'ravishid sight, 'Till ev'nipg's.clrtain,: f(ing'd,with richest hpes, S PDescends to close the;gates of day. liwt.rn From Ocean's dark expanse now scarcely seen, .Wheui lo lithe Moon's .pale light o'er tree and hill ' .ust rising,:glads my eye and fills my heart With soft emotion. Higher yet, and still *. More,higb, she rises; arid the stars advance ;,their bright and unassuming.Queen to meet, In,those pure realms, where all is peace and love, And noiseless music.. Gazing, yet, the soul * sy'such sweet nagio. drawn, does hither fly, And....

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING5 WEEK. jwh Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Eve. I Sun rises 9 min. after 5 morn.--Sets 51 min. past 6. Eve. , High Water, 12 min. past 6 morn.-46 min. past 6 Eve I I High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Nt. , I Kiug George IV. Proclamation. .? High Water 56 min. past 8 Morn.--10 in. past 9 Nt. I I Full Moon 9 min. past 11 Forenoon. 6 I ea I High Water 30 min past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Nt. " mI High Water 5min. past 10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. I Septuagesima Sunday. VARIATIONS OF THBRMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIlE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVBNING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ... 75 1 85 7 14 Fine. TUsD ........ 76 89 72 Warm. WEDNESDAY.... 74 82 12 2 Fine. THURSDAY ...... 76 89 78 Cloudy. FRIDAY.......... 72 78 73 I Ditto. RSATUDAY ...... 60 62 60 I Showery. SUNDAY ........ 62 73 65 Cloudy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

WELLING ON BREWERY, AND SbAP AND CANDLE MANUVFACTORY. 'OHN PAYNE, grateful for the extensive patronage hither toconferred upon him, and proud alioon account of the de.' cided preference always given to articles of his Manufacture in every part of the Colony, begs to apprise his numerous customers, that his prices, will, until further notice, be fixed as under: Prime Colonial Beer, (the usual qity ) £.3 Stg. per Hhd. Fine Colonial Brown Stout .......... £.4 do. do. Soap of an excellent quality 44d Sterling. per pound.. Superior mould Candles 10d Sterling per pound. Ditto dipt ditto 10d Currency per pound. N. B. The usual supply of Foreign Wines, Brandy, Rum, Gin, Tea, Sugar, Tobacco, &c. &c. &c. In addition to his former extensive Stock, J. P. has re cently imported a few. cases of Liqueurs to which he would invite the attention of Amateurs. His Cape will be found to be of a.most superior quality, Sydney, No 80, George Street, January 9, 1828. The Old EKtablis...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

d ,',pgnq. ,*ntigtuw.... . ' Arrivals-On -Saturday, the Woodlark, Captain Leary, from ;London, via Rio de Janeiro, with a cargo of Tobacco and Coffee ; she sailed from London on the 18th of August 1827, and was detained for some time at Rio through a fever which afflicted the crew. Same day, the Elizabeth, Wm. Wiseman master, from the South Sea Islands. Lading-Flax, Pork, and sundries, On Sunday, the Flemings, A. Sinclair master, from Hobart Town on the 19th instant Passenger-John Harris. Same day, the Ephemina, - Jifford, Commander, from Van Dieman's Land.on the. 20tih instant., Passengers-Dr. Kenny, AIr. HarIer, M1lr. 'Pitmani, Captain Bell and two servants, J. Stevenson, J. Jonnstone, and Wi. Anderson. Same day, the Albion, Wm. Proctor, from London, via Hobart Town. She brings twenty-five passengers from London. and five from Hobart Town. Same day, the Emma Kemp, Captain Grubbe, from Port Dalrymple in fourteen dais. Departures-The Isabella for Western Port on Thursday; the Lord L...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

BRTH..-Last week, Mrs. GEOFFREY EAGAR of       King-street, Sydney, of still-born twin male children.                                  

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SECOND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

, SECOND LETTER. I.' ij ,jf0ormer letter I stated that I meant to suggest, .l,,i fr ,the. emnigration of men of small fortune to, ;gyv . et} ··we~s. In that letter I think 1 hpve, hewn, be best po0ssairle mode of employi.g the cpnvicts to • be in agricultural laour, assigning them .to the settlers fr hat purpos; 'and as there is not a sufficient num "~r 9f iqttler; at present in the colony to employ all, cJip cqpy.ijts, that it is tlýe true interest of the country " to afford all possible. facilities and encourqgement to, * c|igration thereto.. As emigrants increase and. pros t and capital is invested in New South Wales, 'so 1epo~ . eaplou~ent be create, f?9r the convicts, o wil'l ew Soutl lWales bepcope a better schopl of correctiop sand reform, and so will the government be relieved: 'r:fom the expense of subsisting the convicts. Thus, in every point of view will the encouragement to emi grfti oi be ;?oifpd benefpial in the highest degree, and. i~. ,esecs to be bpth,? t?j duty and...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, Jan. 25, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR. Sydney, Jan. 25, 1828.   As a brother Colonist, and sincere believer in the sincerity as Well as clearness of your views of our com tnon religion ; and being also equally Catholic with yourself, i. e. liberal 'to all sects and religions; accord ing to the precept and example of the founder of. our faith, who himself was the most liberal person and most tdlerant to all others that ever existed, I must say, I felt considerable indignation at the unchristian temper evinced by Mr. Howe, (he being himself a zealous Sectarian; even a class leader among that highly respect able body, the Wesleyan Methodists) w'ich he evinced :towards you in his Journal of the 16th instant, when he . commented on your apology for the conduct of the Rev. J: J. Therry in regard of the Black Native, who suffered lately in Sydney for nurder: But as I knew you- were 'nt unable to ~vindicate your own cause, I waited in 7patience, e-peeting you would, have replied to...

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Gleanings from the United States Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

Gleanings from the United States' Papers. a* TTuE final abolition of slavery in the State of New York took place on the 4th July last, the anniversary is of the Declaration of Independence.. As by previdus to laws, all coloured' children born since the 4th July 1799 1- were free, veay few slaves remained in the state. Tbe re final extinction of sla cry was however celebrated by a ; public procession, &c. of the black people; and we rs believe the white citizens were equally glad to get rid of it the nuisance anddisgrace; for it is highly creditable to I. the Republic, that its inhabitants generally have tmani it fested an anxiety to escape from. the curse of slavery, it which is strongly contrasted with the blind fury of the 0 British West-India planters against all who approach w the question of -Negro emancipation. STaE great XX, alias Mr Joseph Wilfrid Parkins, appears to be taking a better course to obtain poph . larity in the United States than he did in England : " A C...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price .on q/antity sold: New Wheat 8s. 9d.--Miize 7s. 9d.--Barley ?s. Od.;-Oats 4s.--Fine Flour, 20s. Odi sterling per 10J0 lbs.--Seconds do. 17s. Od.-Bread 5id. per 21b. Loaf.-Potatoes 20s. per cwt.-Fresh Butter 2s. 9d-Salt do 2s. 6d.-Commoln Cheese Is. 4d.-Rankin's do. 2s. 0d.-Eggs 2s 0d per doz.---,iowls 3s. (6dper couple.----Diwks 5s -Geese, (a. cach.-Turkies 8a --Small bunch of Turnips 21d.-Ditro Carrots 2.d -Onions 3d. per lh.-Beef per lb. by the quar ter, 49d ; per .Joint 6d.-Mutton 7d.-Pork 8d.--.alt Pork.. by the Joint 10,I.--Veal 9d ---Orangt a, none. Wild Peaches, 10s. per ubshel -Worked do. Is. per doa Hay £. 1 per ton.-Straw 25s. per load:-Cattle none. MIERCHANDIZE. Hvson Tea, per half Chest of 321bs. £.O-Green ditto, per ditto £.2. 10s. and£.3,los.--Sugars per lb. by the bag, 40. --Brazil Tobacco ty the Basket per lb. 3s. 9d.-Fig ditto by the cask, 4s Gd -English Soap per lb. by the cwt ~id.- Mould Candles by the lb. le. 2d-Dips is--Rice per b?g...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1828. We once rendered an officer of rank now departed the Colony, a service, in our editorial capacity. He thanked us at the time; "but some time after, be wrote to us to say, that on considering the benefit conferred on him more attentively, he felt his obligations increase, This is precisely our situation with regard to the late instal lation in the Jury-box, of a class of Colonists who form the bulk of our society. The more we reflect on the advantages to our Society by this step, so far as public peace and unanimity are concerned, and heart-burnings are allayed, and party-spirit is destroyed, the more we feel disposed to express our hearty satisfaction at the conduct of Governor Darling, in not using his influence with the newly-appointed Sheriff, and the newly-appointed Chair man, to mar the good work which had been so patrioti cally begun by the late Sheriff. The circumstance being igenerally known, that the former unpopular measures o...

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