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DEATH OF SIR ROBERT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

UEA4,T OF SIR ROBERT SALE. It is extremely painful to record tihe fact; that a veteran wilo had .passdd. unscatlied throuigh a hun dredlfights should have fallen in the 64th year of, hiik' age; by' the hands of 'an army which deserves no, worthier designation than ,that of a hordd of rbbersi So much interest is attached to this me lancholy event, that the following brief memoir of Sir Robert Sale cannotfail to beacceptable :-Robert ,Sale,' a ,Colonel in the service of .the East India Companl~n 'married the datighter of Mr. Harry Brine i' of Biekdeii, in Huhtingdonshire,' and the son oft, hat marriage was ii distinguislied commander, whose recent death the whole people of England, and mostof.the, inhabitants of British Indiai, wil d eeply'tldjilor~t . SiW Robert-Saleias born on the 19th of September, 1782, and before'he cbii pleted his 14th,year he hlad the h9peur of carrying His Majesty's'coloui:a-'an-Ensign in 6te3th Foot,; toivlich lie i-as gn.d ated on'the' 24th of Febriuary; 1 ý...

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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

(From the Friend of ?llna, Feb. 2.) We take much pleasureoinbeing able toenrlch the present number of the Friend with a narrative of colums by Dr. ins , of llalna . Its reading will doubtless aid to correct tii errors and remove the ignoraice which now prevail inxregard to that unki*;a adter of the ,Polie. Aiogiugls a at rigid iolicy f oinrinlerco~sd vwih foreignnatilbns has long been, exercised -bylli? Japanese govern men..ye. i -pel d i"t'ibably niot r" "hprlast' "" ing wil ii th?ln i?r?'Bof "that ? empire iil'~i ex-. posedti tie tgaze the civiised worlt Tlie remar s conitaned in tle folloin, eter ot Di. Wins accompanying .i manuscript will serve to enuhance the value of; the taratiye: My4,2a$a SIB raj writing yestgrday. in) ,much, has; py ng lt vcssel. t sail mn liafely, I omitted to say what I intended,,when speaking of alSprruagiqn--.,thatI receivedS wat ,Ihave cogmmu nicated, and much more, from Captain Cooper's own mouth, and thltrhefjave msefu yiermissioa to piit or .use it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

Sw u IiZtsUn^: L`LOT l JSAR,,.Q ]: ,11 I3 i:: Me. Aj :: IT i c "niviý, '" 0'i GGiia roitE'.,a r; rýT;ntisldp@.1xri:T> I BANK of AuisTj.ar~tA;iAI.')d -t ri, s .f:: ' ,112 *i~i :: V i. ":!-? rn' ;i- s, ;rE'i : si /. Jlteaas t9 Co plp co 9titit tO Iris frleils jn l tiei 'atiliii desirous of c 'thci'lief !ttri ti~ii'tl'hi81 ic'xtlLE 'lent Blochb dli' (d$ns3, i+ elmpiising' every rirtele; inus ldmanil for, YNT' ºsºPaapl1 1ial wh~lm ig bee9 pprehasecdi~ iyithlgsarýc illupon die best term§, Weco ilist pa of obd assrtiidtp "black ut~;'u dolti'el 'ct of'Emigluntitl ilbtid indl "cassinieres of tie hest ffibrics; tlatelnnest juttortff-i r ntionyifT9 jsnfi~4cJ c.mine!s doersbjq ykss, iB atwlels; >I' &C.,:d ;i as also the newest designs In satin s I'wl pafrn; VailunclV'4l qilultiti ;' it ±'ist 'coatin'gs,",resides~art girCt" itLarietV " .of gQodsg8.S ich . =chtnaot bepirlslarilsedt. - p tr;: ;· i 19 11 rri ,i pq umpstitlslog residence and e-. ~pFtll it,4 hi ion ,.p'eiilThy ney ieno...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. LEHANE V. PENDRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

?upr in Qout....... *-0 TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. •LEHANEV. PENDRAY. This was a motion for. a new trial. . Thle otion was supported by the Solicitor General, anrid Mr. Michie, and opposed by Messrs. Foster, W"indeyer, and Darvall. The Court decided that the verdict muslbe sus, talned. O'SULLIVAN V.ARMTiTAGit .'d"' .This was an actioni of trover to recover thevalue of .certain sheop, and, a verdict had been ,given for the plaintiff. - A motion was now made for a' new trial. " Mr. -Foster nppeared ii ijp lirt of thie miotion, and Mr. Darvall against it. The, COurt decided thliat the verdict mnust h.i sus tained. The Court tlen.adjourned. I: ;i 1SOLVENCY JURISDICTION. _ ': . E: i? DNESDAY,:AUGST"S' ; . I . Before thleir Honors the three Jueages ESTATE OF a'ROSPER DE JESTI B$jE iR.'R A 0natiaccount current whvicli 'hd bdeen. filed by the trustees, slioviig,a ba'lanceof £18 Os 9ld to lie paid into Court,.prior 'to the release of the.form?...

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Maitland. MAITLAND HOSPITAL. (Abridged from the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

-0 MAITLAND HOSPITAL. . I (Abridged from the Mlaitland Mercury.) A meeting of the subscribers to this institution was held at the Northumberland Hotel, on Wednes- 1 day ,vening, the 29th July. The chair was occupied by - Weller, Esq. After some other matters had been disposed of, Mr. T;: ;-M'Clelland moved-" That, thisi meet- 1 ing, having received the intelligence of 'ithe ith drawal of government aid from the. support of, the Maitland Hiospital, and also the .withdrawals of the ] promised did toaassist in the erection of the new hospital; deem it imperatively necessairy ?hat a respectful- petition, be drawn up by the Comimittee, I and -firivarded' to his :Excellenicy the Goverrior, praying him to place upon- the estimates of 1817 thei&,'im of .200 toanards the iannual support ff. this institution, in' .o0der to place this hlosital on the same footing as the hospitals ofiWindsor, Goul burn, and Bathurst ; and. also the sum of j1000 towards-the erection of, the new hospital....

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. GRANTS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

TUESDA'Y;,AUGUST41,r! 1 :, GRANTS OF LAND. I"' -The description of-tha:followingVirants 'o-Lannd which have been appropriattdlto the purposes here inafter mentioned, are published for general infor mation, In order that the' drtiesi c iciceriied inay have an opportunity, bf'or?recting any errors or omissions that niay have been made inadvertently. JAt the expiration of one month from this date, if no caveat be lodged,'or'other cause of uncertainty appear, Deeds of. Gradt'of.the samth e w beexe cuted, viz,.:--t , .. ,, . S CITY OF 'STDNBY ..ooa?OA'?ION. - 21. Sydney, 1 acre 3 perches,"dd"ini? of Cnnul berlaind, parish of St. Andwiv, o enci t north-east corner of .thle crown land occupicx},.as police office premises; bounded on the eastil by the building line of, George-street, on the north, by the btIilding line of Market-street, on tlihoest 'b tI lhn parallel with the building line of George-strct ,.t the northf-est corner of the, crown land occupied as police office premises, and o...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

CITYCVU\ pU . A-Quarterly-Meeting -of-the Council of the City of Sydney ,vill be holden at thle Town' HIll on Mon day next, the 10th instant, at 12 o'clock noon. ORDERS OF 'THE DI.. 1l. Toreceive-Reports fromn dommittecs. "2. To receive Memorials and Petitions. 3. Td read, C'irespondencce. 4. Notices of Motion. 3y, Councillor Cowlishaw : 1. That the City Surveyor be instructed to pre ' pare and submit to the Council; with ass little 'delay as possible, a prolhisle :stiinl. e of the expense of constructing, Sewers. in. all Streets in the City laid out by Government; also aI probable estimate of the cost'!ff Curbing,: Gut tering, and Metalling the portions'of-the 'aboveo ----tr?P which remain to be doneo' also a retura; of all money expended by thie City Surveydr's Departtrent in superintending and executing the Curbing,Guttering, Metalling. Excavating. Forming, and Repairing; the Sireets 'sincethle Corpqration came into existence. 2. That in future, whenever it may be advisable to co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

;ke'! ''llO tononic ýr i pubiir did l icaQnIVcdnesaag and Saturday; and is ezlenfrigb 6 South J'ler Pzn Diemen's Land, So istraa,: Ne 'ZenandOn Indfi nd r 1 n arl ,ýl e t . d ne ppu n t lIro ni ?e m +dl 3d * W C c e lf, k :tio d a o ily d b sa r i hers ca* d eclin e rece iv in g jf , a fler~p y iny t46 e :q m b snt:r d ue.e. d u. r tiser s j 4 nr aa , p e 4* 4.e ?Is the ; n ,m bC pt inse, fioi: re qi 'red b tk eturltei ji re co n tin u e d till ,oiih k ~ 4 4 d 4 4' ,rq ' ; di coscinueo 'glt r~ddertisements bmure sptinbeforoeiY'cfCk dnBthe evenings ofl Td.. ue r t'r it k; e ýe ing liqoreý Hit* 8 litpCqouiU wri Iers post o ..F .r AHE 'SUBSlRIBERS" to"'tb?s'ePaer;:' Id, iiid"thli Public in gerniral lire'esp?ct~ ,fultly inforneb~ -that tile foll6wintg1rules ill 1 ia ntstutre be, strictly: adhered to,;---: : ? N IN SYDNEY-The Suubscriptionis Tei 1i Shilliigs per quiarter;'or'Two 'Poirid?o 1per T1' TH ?1 01. TRY- 1Sri',ibscr'? tLio is Ten'n illins and Sixeiince '.er quvo h perannm.' io Na...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1846. QUALIFICATIONS FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN OUR LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—THE ELECTION OF MR. FAITHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

SYD REY. GONIIUc . SATUWRD4.. 4UGUST. S, 184 G. QUA IFICA'TPIONNS'' 'FOR' 'REP'RIY SSINTATJIi . .. ITT ,OIJR LE'GI ',LATIVE"'CO .NCIr.L--THl "Eh .LEC-' TION OF Mi lR. 'FAITHFUL.. 7 ~,aBe'ry naturailand easy transition,'. we pad:So.to offer. 'a few observatioins"o'n a topic, which has beeni deemed by our con temporaries tortliy"of ,sBriu's annotation and -e?itliened discussion,; not only .be-, tween themselyes;', .but with their 'intelli gent and voluntary_- correspondents. A circumstance, that has.drawn more of our attention to'thi subjecti tian it vould other wise havie elicited.' .. It ' certainly \vould' lhave been 'a source of satisfaction aiid coigratuhldton, we should lav.expected, to,,yave to report the un solicited, t!he unresisted .election of :such a represeitative, in the'i~'ace of Mit: BIa?'EY, as MR. FAITIIPUL is described.to be. But. sorstdpidly hegadstrdng: is the vzrulence:of faction, that it rusies on to expose. its own wicked jntentions .in their bare nudity. : A, ...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. Before the Chairman and John Henderson and Henry Heathorn, Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 8 August 1846

i Hiirt. sit ?qi-uart-- stf . , -` TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. Before the Chairman id John Henderson aftd Heknrpy Ileathorn,z Es?s. Catherine Mlitcell'iwas indicted for stealing.sorme Wearing.apparel, the property of 'one Martin Fitz gibbon. Thle prisoner pleaded guilty. and was. sentenced to six inonths' imprisonment. Henry Harris was 'indicted for an assault upon one Julia Fisher. The defendant pleaded- guilty, and upon the intercession of the prosecutrix, was 'sentenced to pay a fine of Is., and was discharged. Donald Gunn was indicted for stealing ag.eneil case,. four books, and somne wearing apparel, the propfrI?t?obue--iJm-ansC er-onust-. Tt i ttdry found the prisoner not guilty, and he was dis charged. William Mason was indicted for stealing some wearing apparel, the property of one Isaac Nathan. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to twelve months' labour in irons. Michael Spellman was indicted for stealing several articles of wearing apparel, the' property. of.....

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THE TIMES RETRACTS, BUT IS IMPENITENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

THE TIMES RETRACTS; BUT" IS',IMPEN[-' : . i + .. ,;., TE NT. . ...... - i'. s ; ;+:, 1 i , .(From th ~ Freematnl'Journa'l) ,: ..... The Times of Fridayp.yllishes. the letter, of, Mr.. !Maurice O'Connell, read at the Repeal Asspciation, upon.Mlondaylast, and in retracting one of the most t gross, takes ?ccasion to reiterate many, of,~its accu sations againsti ti Liberator of Ireland. "In the first place," says the Times, " it must be borne in mind, that eil susbstantial charge against Sr. Daniel O'Conn l is, that .he is{ a middleman deriving a profit rent from his tenantsda'nd"iros?oly, negligtnt (rio? a?ifapaicdus)laidoldrd?? "Mr, O'Con nell a middler apr, biiicse' he Its tnil on lease It woulI be as just and as:reasonable a charge to make against him thlito ihe-asia Cathblie! $ :Had' else wasa CatitilIc,'i"t$hel daysri?iea Mr O'Con nel's ncestos acyirted those iropetestn ad around Darrynane, to become the possessor ,of. landbd estiatts P ~The' laws 'and policy of +Enlnd 'I are to b...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

II 4UO)3tttthittt:;ti- " " rMPOUNDImks. - m Vindsor; on tlon Slit'da f Juiy y o 2eiH T.IStilesa red heifer, inolrani b leaedbefore the 25ili.August insit, Will b s4~f : SHinton ,'on the 80th July. by Willimn 'Buriesl.: bay horse,!6he hihd' h'oif'rHite, bithdbtni.lnlP` saddle near side. damages' s.; rid',d arnrd'witet'cv,' short horns, ot iishliter liain 'the' ierjipar ftly ui1itinded, daidiges' 3di "Yf' sot cie fortethe 24th instant, tlbr16wl be isbld s • Irarellan, on the :31st da alf Jdly'?'?i Mary Stringer's, fiiderly Mrs. olakman, o "o. berty--black ware, longotai?,very lpw iti cotlillhin, whito spot on the foreheal somqthingSJiltet r laMl iofl'fshoulder not legible, one" letter looks like D, iris %g thre, years pold 12i;h ndsl .igh; :dasagfes 2s d. The marp has bee*,pdn alod-qjffthithestAte tilo exl . months. If. not,?reyiously, relased, rill hbb t?ld in twenty-fo~rldays frollithc: te:o(fpdbli cat on. . , ::; -, ' ' i OS, Jrry aPains, 1O 1tlgh4Astryprt rfulypTfrvm ,Carpilgton -...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

TossiNG roR Ar.-A man named Stark one day went to water his master's} M;or,4 ,short die ii'ce from the town, when a party of Carlist lancor· p unced upon him, and made him prisoner. He pas, conveyed to Salvatierra, where the Carhst general, ilia Real, then held his head-quarters. Stark 4d clired that he was deserting when taken, aendtkl iit h were to suller, it would greatly check.the del srrtion which-lie, said he knew would soon take 'i-rce. .ila Real, being doubtful of Stark's rea! 1 ?tives, spared hiis life.. About a year afteirwards hitescaped from the Carlistsat Hernani,and rejoined. us at San Sebastian. Upon his ,rcturn ;acuriour s?ne took place. His wife, who was fully persuaded ~abt he had been shot by the Carlists, wayAgain. ni'rried to a serjeant named Charles. The .parties mnut-an explanation tqok place., ;The questipon.theft v:??, who should claim thewife P She.wasurg~ferre4 to. and asked wlhom she preferred. .She,aswexstt tij t slhe loved them bothl; that shle fould1lp...

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Maitland, COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

1 tk. '10X"" ri~oio Ja tijune1 a G corrapudf r sczpo t5'nsncyto ~se.' i'~1t Idnt ,rlJ wee k-rather "mb}Ot so theun at corenu t og esons of orer" eas ugr s rathler utstltl ll tendency to rse. `anlrrts titann le Ii I prjccs, wli lsL In other etorci gencridvy no nlatratiun laes occurred. c 11i 61Pn IrI r .t y tiaut. Srniw par ecl ul1ljat ni~ cone ne f Qi 5? eadpTl at,t~ but very littlehias been duin.: Maize and barly.-' ti r. rI lll' r , + i1'."1 . lit)ij ll2iar :1 i". '' - 11 l dtrilit wel, ad it r y at . and p. iclraw i dllt to otin? u tl ou et ý4l _ , 1. ' ! `? ' n sn' e' l- ;.ii / oii P. I iINi2 h !J , 1 -balryepL'OUuee is still sCarce, . ti rl ii tl @pii*of lb6iY\i oil 0' r lots of w vici. l1aylj cq , into l. b utter is ]rather..more plelfifi4, <a EleSi4rl quality thlas we v havoe itit f fatlsells ast 'anspe'sr9live rebci k85'l Fr" ufius 4 o'er t rýnr in St4.ckat tliraiilnmiscar' arriaE til 'ct il' ts spletcull n I et ncverlhlasts, t woaklioIiay .euelen ltr li: dt n i t...

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THE MARRIAGE ACT—REPUDIATION OF A WIFE—CAUTION TO YOUNG LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

THE MARRIACGEACTA-REPI D[ATW9N OF A WIPE"'C. U1ON1TO OUN~G1A DIES. .COO~PiUjiLL, t 1) 45 ~ Cr~R6Vd tY~tt sjri ec. I845 -rhlo,.e 1 ate Adams, tnhr ex -Presbyterian clergyman, was ar rested Inethe tot of Cootehiill, oni ededay3Iite 21 1 .lt: erationed at Bait bay, In .ihe couniycil Aonsg~ on an information siorn before bim ate the petty sessions of BailceboroigI, on tUfe Mtotiiy pIevi ugby 1h man' naue ,Joeh'ol (Roborg8lglr)in CpoY ,ll,. .n,,?oti I;~Lth NoVem r ,ast, tq, a; yQupg.worrmanbf athei iamef sMar·yStaf. .frd, both ofl,,ta prlah o?iBailieboreughUiceatrary .to tlieeprQyisi9ns of, the ntagutei, lThhetar?ant, mas forwarded to the :corlstabultry of Cootehlli, andl they l9UoIghIt lim. biefore,MJ. J.-oyle,,Esq., ofilTnally.r i, J.P, f.g the cpllnty.;p Cavminrwho beingtunamle to accept balil for his appearance, ordered lbi1.to.,ti detained in;Coqtehil ,-IbrldoweU, until t.S$turday;next (27th instant) .whltn .e! will: be. agaitiebroughtl p before the. magistrates, to be aseemtbledl. ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, AUG. 8. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

S: - INSOLVENCY FIROCEED1NGSX. SATUIDAY, AUG. 8. SBefore Ithe,,C/?ief ,Commissioner. In the estateof Cornelius Slaef, a s;ngle meet iogi Matry,0' faLley, £- ; RobertBerry,. £ Is8d; Thomas Sunners, £I UOs 7d;:. James Smail, £8 f 15s d. -. .. - In theestatei of William Drake and Co.,a special: meetjiPgt was held,:t :which the following claiins were peova? tmiMaria Orr, 5525'o 2'" 1id ; thl estatda of John Korf, 1371 7s 5; l:1ansbrughL, 1~L..; Thona§s G., Iarford, 221.;7x. : . :1ONDAY,. AUG. 10. . In the estate of Robert Ciawford a special meet ing: the estate of J. W\V Iendray decease, 21. '15s.; Williazm Wh ite, 141. 1s. T'he meeting accepied an olter of composition at the se ste of. O. in the pound cash. " -r d aztrzxos roi FOc TO-DTr. Henry Terry Shekldoon,'a'peeialmeeting at ten. i Juln Joni;i a special mbetidg ,t lidlf-pa'st ten?

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

STRANGE, AiD.?.O Q: SS STI.ANOG?TIFAN T?,';.-A circumstance d?curred.iri thePoulit Oftice yard on Mondnyai;which ltuzzldl- us:for!sdimeet'ine before we could-comprehehd .ts naturu,lthd wlhich certainly .xcitrL ttho..surprise of every one' who'*'as made acquainted wtith ,' Siicotlhicestablishment of a police for.ein 'Syday, it hits alwayalbeeri?~ie practice to pay those funCtionaries weekly.? TI'Tfeir pay is snmallelrlttltrillihg-astIt is, thea wlthhuldihg of it for one wsk ,rcotilth:not but be produetivd of serious and palnful Jcoriveniened. And-yet striirge t, say, suqitte?,the factto;ldhht.Saturda , ~v·ele-oun that day, Mrr,,,omniissioneraMllesi to-tlte grelt'dis ,ilPointment oQ i;hle .subb, Lfailed..tb'maket his' usual <'dy appearance to pa y themfthe1i waes,·andfon r ??ay last they recejredonly one week's pay. any te Loce were ordet ed to ,pnuster at :.. i at tble - a I'ePdd 1" -.whhlchl they .xefully. did, fancying hthat the.tlc mhi.bSibnet'?s * uhld4g.,,n for, tie ?...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. Before the Chairman and John Henderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

FRtIDAY, AUGUST 7.-, • .' :, t Before the Chairma?t "'hd' Jo ? ;i? i; eideran ti Patrick Brown was indiceted for fdotipusly ound- il ingone ,eurgtMaitchell. ;,The jury fuund! the pri-' I soner guilty of an assault, and was sentenced to six months' hard labour iin'Sydney gabol. Peter Cotton waiis indicted for stea)ing some silver t honey, the property of- on6 :,homas Conully . The' jury found the ,prisoner 'not; i;lty: ande he wa~ dlischarged. . . . t GeorgeP, iips at?d. Satmuel Jones were indicted I 'fo, az~sault upon oni Ja ees etLynolds. rThegju-y fori aRthe defendants guilty, and they awere..sen tenced to two moqths! ipprisonlnent. oT : William Richardss indictd fou, an assault upon olrcYPFý+1tPill'pp.,"lP e; juy;fpundlthe defepdlant notgBqlty, an4lhe l? :ds ischarged .- " .:'r; o H , William; Cramnpton'; T'homasliAgnew eind H:enrHd ' Nowianwere mdltetd fr .an assi?ult pon on roso .,Davis.i (,Thomnas Agne,.g pleaded guity.r fIdi Wi.s:sentenced to.. pay dfine!of tive piunlds 'I'T ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

S- .NO r~ioT BNTS.TS Hr t tlndersigned 'requests jti at Al" ¶ licions connected )Y t1 ti ýo r ral red to bi~tr, at t e:ýb~ir ''i4 office, 22, Charlotte PhiceŽ'ý. 2818h, 1816. M. D'ARCY

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 August 1846

DIED,                   On the 6th instant, of convulsion, William Christopher, infant son of Mr. James McEvoy, of Pitt-street, aged four months.

Publication Title: Sydney Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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