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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

[Publishedt is Day.] Jourinail of iCoimere, CONTAINING a Review. of the m.ikcts up to the latest liour; Prices" Current, carefufly 'revised and corrected;: Imports and E.xports: of lie previous week' ;.Shipping Intelligencei, and ey:cr in fornation:r'elating to trade and comm, . Office i-No. 7 Flinders-lanes test, MeAlcbu Ficuingthe Bay. JOSEPH 'B. FRiENC, smber (by exaersiation)'of ilsPhasnoe esnticat Soiety. of .Gree iritanformerly !fa 10 PllMall, London, r -?+ s slownn?d hfInn' 0raientals •MurraysRd 'Diunsefrd's+Fotuid;teaia' - Hoards M?alcanedslrmical :t .'ni ..i . r ' Pills E nme i ( se esaorston's oChrmFomile Pil ' : " Denutch Dropo e. e JaRsonels T-oe: Blister ,r + Csmetonues oandn Eyointn Ath,,aooeaPo MilFti*! I ia J!iends moonbdoo Pohpna CouhFE oenre e'm i owaird's' Mineral Suo?eanenium Bmrado HsE.u. Oel Joames's IFrer soflde ' Po lde:r'i EL:pery other. n a edt' SEldicoe aol n.. neraert-iepu Denuifnrie Ealu do'C Ve t ey T h7 R i m m e l' o T o ile t ,V i n eg a r ,+ ,+++: -...

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ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A SKETCH IN THE STREETS. [SCENE: Little Bourke Street, Melbourne.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

O!InzIRAL. AND SELECTO ,-, ý,AýS1ETCfl IN ?. fl'E ISTILEETST', .;, , ý Behold the drunkard taking his repose,',`' Ebirended cahlmlynlismouhlan u oose 'Tis~grand to see the human' form diivine" ftDivido the gtter with'thhe couchant swine- .Such is the elevating power of wine. This mnorning found him lo'siin sober thsoht,; Strict'teiipeerace'should `garuldhis thirty Sipsy, . His deep drawn drougihtshe'd chunge to gentlesips, Diot now he deeply in thu gutterdips. He met a friend, and weeks had glided o'er .. Since last he da tlia deartold" friend before; Thewitehing taproom temptingly..stood :by...: ? And Dill was dullland Jock tens ratherty dry 'A' brace of nobhlers ightens friendsisfp's tie.: IIow sweet-is friendship when= is nobblerhuoud ; l oake off your dram-ie'll.iave anotlher round: -,: Witihouthenjcrudcuwhat'siawet. of .life -. to d'read hirs lectures and create strife. . Britona never. neveri shall e s? eav'. iiS ; t oar oat in chorius three old dunken knaves ;As they marlchiq...

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A FOX IN OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

".Howy vat his talftilnt'borin to'ruls -s nd `train ilil Virthe' lioesst school' :? .t 'Vlia'clei?incy his tempedr sways How:incorruptiare all his ways ! Beneath his-conduct and command ': t fls ineh shall ceseoito idaste the land mis .brain.hath strataem ad art'' Prlmddnbnand mercy rule his hcaitJ What blessings monstattend thenation,.? . Under this gootd administratiod ! "He said. A Goo6, wTho distant stood ya rnngued apart the cackling brood : 2' - 4tlWheric'er I hear a knave commend. ,t .Hebids me-shun his worthy .friend. , 'Wlat praise'wliat mighty admiration B ut 'two aFox who spotke th' oration. > .Fozes this-government may prize 7"As'gentle.plentiful, and wise; ,.. 'If they enjoy. th'asweets, 'tis plain , We Geese must feel n tyrant reign." -·-:'' '·- ' ` ·: ' "I:·;"'-;''`" "1

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Williamstown Post Office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

Mamx ?s Post Office: i . :".,: OF ARnniVkALA'PR:DEPARTURS:OP INLAND Geelong (do.) ...-..... ... ' . , i,. Beechw orth (do.) ... Mon. o ed: Tný2. ii: 2 Heahcote (do.). ?r:v ? and Tho; r: Portland (do.). M. i.-.d'Fri. iMelbourne .......::..:D;aslyatl O.mnid P.n Ballarat (and ine ofroute). ,, p .n: ?p. i: ilecitorth (do.): `l :Tu: s ,Thur"'Sat. ] pmn Belfast:e (do)no andWed. 5 : For dedrtiure of; Slip Mails, sst exhibited at ?the Post O f, i . .+ : .' ,.; .'ce.: ,. ` Cat ICAeDmPIPCR Pstnmasteer A l PlýOf~f~

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

America-New York ' Jvne-21 Cape of Good llp- 0 ...o f.y 10 Adelai do" . t' ,, . . Sept 13 g i r " Sept. 13 ,auE ?-esto:n,-:i. ;+ _;+ Sept: 12 Chinu . June 7 a *JCeyoi i" - ....ujy 8

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CONSULS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

0C ONSUL "I Argentine Confederation 3nhJn i Wnilliam MIackenna Esq? M D. ' '100 Collins'street cast, IM eliiourne::' n:' -"" '::';,-: : i ./ :' Brazil-JB . Were Esq,, i4, Flinders-lane ; Bremei FWY. Janseii Esqc' 46 nFiridera 'lane'ea'ti'do'. cJ .1 i'ii:; ; ei.'i! I^^G * aonsul)t, d46, ers-laieeasdo.." . t'r'a EeCoompte o a Chabrilan'N. 87 'Collisustieeft eastsao d [»7 vib 'r<is, 3 idfHainbuirg-J. BI-WerepEsq. 40 .Flinders ilane .east,;do ;.: . i-,-:', t r H; anve.- . Kaufaann,. Es., Litle 3ourke-street cast, .d. . -:,?'Iute'c.?'?l--T..B. Were. Esq:; ?Fhnders-l^n^ e11leinburgiF ScWerin-Edward vrateliter, iNetherlaids--E.-- D? Lange,:cE.q.?. (.onsular agent) 153, La Tribe-street west, do.., .Peru--Juan ,Diez,- Esq,. 20, FlindeL-aHo 1.• t 'o" ," .' =? * = .- "' ý. ?i,-l - ',1 Portua -J B: Were; Esq.; (Consul general) ''46i'Flinders-lane east, do.'f R; -Cooper; •Esi.- (C6nsul),;9, Queen-street south, do.?-c i. Ygrussia--Adolphus -Boyd, Esq., jd5 lind erslainecst do. : :',-: ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

S Pi WTIPDL< zyNrLIGENCE. t ýept.,11 -Tornado Livcrpool 7th Jue Lima, San Francisco Stirh Jly-"f -f Sept. 12-Florence Nightingale,-'aget's Sound; 'ta? Sydney 2nd inst. Eagle, Sydney 29th'ult.? c "' ' . Donglas, Hobart Town 3rd.inst<n . _,Seo Star, Talcahuaa 2nd, July I/ : e" e. :i Faine, Newcastle,oN.S.W.28th i . SNilla e'BellSe, Launceston 8th inst. . .. Wiandidere.' Stdydney'lstlist '-'Riietia, WeisteriiPort '! ;' j' ' "? hito Swan, s.; Adelaide Olh inst: : STelegraph, ? e, Sydney 10th'int.. s Se'pt.13-?Atmor-i. Livepi0ool ?ith'July "' .;rlem?ab Liverpool'3tllt Juinoe? : . Ilissie, Sydney.27th urnlt Sept. 14- Sebiin, ereasitlo '.S:. 20thUlt; f! Jante; Newcastle. i.S.VWo2th.ult. : - i:t _l.mmie Dike, Warrna?ni.?:l ith inst, : Ultoniih,.'Laon'doiIlllun.'.; 1!th Jan:e LadypBird; si Portnland; vi Warrnambool.i': r larmony, Launceston 5th inst. Callender, Sydney 21st ult. SitoermBird, s.;'Port'Albert ." :: r',.rrc F.?T . I ?'Queen, s.,Belfast and Warrnambool I2th ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

MISOELLANE OTIS. DISCONO5TING .AN-. ;ORAToR.--It is an astonisling thing how litle a matter will some-. times disconcert a ;iaii who'is accustomed to spiealk iii public .aid to hAve his thoughts about himand'ready at comimind on almost alloc-. casiodns 'I 3was onici.opeiing a: speech for tho stuip', ' saidt a' distinguished' western-:po-I litical orator te us'recently, " and was just be ginning tow arm with my subject, when a re markably clear:and deliberate voice spoke out behind me, saying, ' Guess he .wouldn't talk quilitce' schifalutinatin' if he knew that his trousers was~bu'st clean out behind!' .? roiii thliatmoment mI couldn't get on. The people in front began to lauglib and I dared not re verse my position for fear of having neowbe holders-of.my condition.. I made, or rather invented, an excuse for delay and sat down. Th maliciousaiscoundrjl'l, ;continued the orator, ·.it was only a mean trick after, all. There-was nothing-under heaven the matter with my uinm'entionalhles'....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

STEWART, TA LOR SHIP CHA?'DLLERS, Provlsion ;Merchants, WINE AND' SPIRIT DEALERS, Thompson Street Willia mstown. T;:MASN SOUSE,; Land, a Estate,- and Gene 1 Commission Merchant, ._ . Vrictoria:House, Nelson.Street, ,.' WILLIAM??STOWN. .-- C, . J. PERRY, _ FCCstom dhouse Ag'enti .Offiice:' 'Cuistom I:HoUse Buildiig, _ .'Opposite the Wharf. . ":. iR. C. J. PERTRY.llegs to inform the re.sidents oft Williamstownoand I sateers of Ships iA the 'hiv, thlit hi'nhas obtained aLicense from the Hon. the Collector of Cutbms: to dct:as:Customs'Agent, ;and ho iespecttully s.licits'their support. - . illiamnto.?n,v . May 31st, 1856.. 85 an ates aiid ills , "HEAPlGdiCROCERY andProvoision ltores 'l5 L?I Bourke-street East, net Joshi Ross' anidCo,'s, lanil l0-,oppositc Theatre Royal, ,Melbourn'e. : 939'd EA Jeinilgs, t 11EAD"BISCUIT BAKER rsepectfilly-in-, S'forns the Inhabitats of Willidiiitoirn: thatli he :has Re-opened the old established ;Bakery, adjoining -the Stoempaeket Ilotel, where he intend...

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A BALL AT WILLIAMSTOWN, IN AID OF THE NIGHTINGALE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

A BALITAT WILLIAMSTOWN IN AID p OF THE NIGHTINGALE=*FUND.T 1 On Thursday evenin, t..e ? 11thlint;i st. a ball in aid of, theNiti e nd came of' t at the iewly-erected Assembly.Rooms ofMr 11 Moxham. i The company. numbered about 120, and the entertainmentwas:one of the best.ever .witnessed in Wilihastoiii:' Thi'e s.i.ppr, sup pli.edby Mr. Terry,: was ! ,a :first cliss eha- i acter, andbroughttogetlie around te ttive boarda ehappy group." + Nnuferous wvereiethe toasts and speeche Lieutt Verdonproposed The Queen th. la d.ay the bNaio.nal. Anthemq` after wihicdlih~in a speech of: soime length; LieutV Vproposedietoast' of :the, evenmig "Florence.Nightingale," which:was ,most enthuiastically res one to, i and playing thmarcfrom:the, DaUg teir of the Regimet.,r +t- lk, r r. > Mr'. Vaughan next:proposed "'The Army ad'Navy: MrWet'donreturned thank. s for P the former in a serio 9pmsc spee and QCapt, Norman,- .in a, few appropniate' 're larks, ac c:iouncillor Stewart'i thehnproposed ''The L...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 20. MR. FOSTER'S ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

WILLIAMISTO WN, Saturday, Sept. 20. MR. EOSTER'S ELECTION. Ix another column will: be found.a full report of the pibocedings :connected :with the election on Wednesday. last,. of. a representative for Williamsto~i ii? the.Lower Htouse. As was expected ho othlier.candidate came :forward, and Mr. J. V. L. Foster was quietly proposed by Mr. Stewart, cordially supported by Dr. M:aclein, and unanimously 'elected by the people -There was no confusiori, nor uproar; no shouting, hullabaloo, -or excitement what ever. -With thei exception of a few hearty cheers,. the,. conduct of the assemblage was quite the reverise of what was going on at the same t.me in theotler ;distrits Tins wa as it should . be ':.We not meanto'say that itheir i:i te affirs why a main:s should not giv hissupp orttoicaididate aseffectually when in the fullpossession of his'facultie as "when 4under tle influence of drink, dr- bther unnatural' 3excitement rlnthisespect' we, think that welave shown' aoble example to : - bu...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, September 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

SWilfamuatown Municipal Council. Present Thoimasi ;ason Esq.; 'Chairman S'Coiucillors MacleanStewart, Langford,: Verdon, and Moxiamn-..: :.:,l .The:minutes of theilastmeeting were read aind ':confirmned. `'i.", CORRESPONDENCE,: LLetters addressedlto: the' Chairman `were read in: reference to a ,communication'from the Council, statin tliat it is his intention, i? lay ing out the uhsold piortions ofthe township, to reserve one -r iore.suitable.I open spaces.as Squares or Ornamental Grounds ;- and that. a large reservr-for healtli and recreative pur poses shall' be -made`on the" north side aof Ferguson-street, ettiveeii therailway and the Melbourne Road. ^; ;" : 2. From iithe on theg Snrveyor-Genera ] in reference to a sketch forwarded showing the site of the e?ehanicsh Insititute.,, f?? y?~s r S. Fromthe Hon. the Chief Secretary, stating that Bye -la No. 8 ',To reg?ilate the erection-of-Shades or Awnings over or across thepublic.footpjaths; had been assented to jby his Excellency: 4. ...

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WILLIAMSTOWN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

- WILLIAM STO NV NELECTION ?i The? noimiiiaon of a representauve for this. districtn the Lebslatie:Assembly tookplace :on Wednesay l at the.iron store,,coiner of Nelson- parade anid Ferguson streetiM;l, s ;'; ' said, that sixiiiontlis ago he had the'honoir?of: presiding at an election of representatives in .ti Municipa Council of. this town, and lie Sagai had. a similar duty to perform in the election ofi aepresentative "foi this district in tlhe eInslative Assembly of this colony::- He eliev ttii ti eywere all fully sensible of the importance of!the duty devolving upon-them, and that they would elect a fit and proper per ' sonfas- tlheir delegate :? He.would: riot. detain them'byany further remarks of his, and would therefore ieadtihe election writ, as isell as the authority ofthe Acting-Govemor to liin for the positionihe tetn occupied as Returning Officer, which having, done,_ Captain:, Burrell called iupon the electors to proceed with the nomi a-? tisi::qon : -::,. . .. . ý-T. S...

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(CIRCULAR.) Immigration Office, Melbourne, 1st August, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

(CIRCULAR.) Imm:!igration Office, Melbourne, 1 stAugust 1856. -Thepresent regulations have been framed -:it-h'a view- of affording additional -facilities Sforthe ? assages from the United Kingdom of ielatives and 'friends of persons residing in V:.Victoria, and thereby of introducing a useful class -f immIigrants into the colony. : .:2 The'persons celigible for passages under these regulations are agricultural laborers of -':-every -kind, domestic servants, railway la =borers, 'mechanics and artizans, and their '. '_:yvive,' children, and near relations. They inti?; st be in sound health, free from -bodily? or :,?in eintal defects, of good moral charactei, and accustonmed to wbrkAforwa'es -at the occu4e " pati?n ipecified by te-diep stori oh the aplli cation fonrm .n1-, ;-s» - X, !3Childrcn under 'flen years~f age can 'ot;de accepted unilss accomipanieiby sonie suitable person who i Will tak charge'"of them durinigL the voyage.; ,,: ... .- : _. 4. Sh6ioiud ia amily contain more tlan...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

•·- . :". :.,!?O-TIE.=- .L.. 'rB-1 ' S. ": TPersons wvishing to lbrieg their relatives .and friends fr6m'nthe United.Kingdom to Vi S-torizn-carnsecure passages, for them, in vesels. ch** :*liartered byhlier' Majesty s Gove-nmimet-on t he following condbtions -,..:,. . ;; 1., Th'e persons to be-broughtionto tlihe iolonyb must be in good health, free from all bodily .or mental defects; 'f "ogoba :iioral' character, S:sober, :indrstrious, and in'th'e libit 6fWiorkiig for w?ages at thebccupation specified in the applicationiforrms :' Children iunder the age of fifteen yeairimust be accompanied by some :co nipetent 'pers6on .iwhb6will' take: charge.eof them dunring the; voyage. .S;The namnes, ages, relationslip,'imaiirrdor single state, occupation,-and address f t'he . person Tfor ?wliomi' pissage-s a'ire' 'rrequested, to the accompanying form.- . . 'Cluitia drlbthti taie iNaaie Whether Td PlacerTown uand aried ' and Street Surname f or' . where living at fuoll iS .ile.ý -0 ,.in ithe Uni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

S Municipality of Williamstownv ".i m FokHNo AND ME}iALL[o Pr ., ATus T EN DERSS are required iythe Municipal .oincil : T s.for the following Works, viz :- :: - Contract 15.--Making Paved Crossing in Cole Ssreet, from the cornerrof Cecil-street soutl: to the Scorner of the Roman Catholic Church Reserve. and Forming and leetalling the Footpath along the fehco of tlihe said reserve, from the said crossing to the "crossing: in 'Parkex-street,. and such, other paved - crossinog as may be directed. Coditract No. l--Formih g and Metalling the .Footi~th.ot the east side of Cecil-street to Fer gnson-street, with a paved crossing off Pasco-street, and. such other paved crossings as masy be directed. - .-=The Specification and Plan may: be seein :and srmas of Tendetohtainted at the Cuunoil Chambers, Thompson-street, between the lioars doften nild four, Silay, and tie Tenders must 'be delivered at the said Chambers, on or beforeTTwelve o'clock on Thur.dav, the 25th of "Septembher insttat, addr...

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IMMIGRATION REMITTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

IMMIGRATION REMITTANCES.   THE following important notice was issued in Tuesday's Gazette :- His Excellency the Senior Military Officer administering the Government, with the ad- vice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to direct that from the 1st day of August next ensuing the Immigration Remit- tance Regulations to the 1st June, 1858 and all rules made in pursuance of those regula- tions, be cancelled, and that in lieu thereof the following revised regulations be adopted and published for the information of persons desirous of securing passages for their relatives and friends from the United Kingdom to Victoria. By His Excellency 's Command, HUGH C. E. CHILDERS.        

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. WILLIAMSTOWN POLICE COURT.--Thomas Cunningham, master of the ship British Tri- dent, from Liverpool, appeared at this Court, on Monday last, to answer to the complaint of Chas. Broad, Esq., Senior Assistant Emi- gration Officer, for breaches of the 35th and 62nd sections of the Passengers' Act of 1855, in not supplying the passengers with their full allowance of provisions, and in selling spirits and other liquors during the voyage. The charges were proved, and the Court   awarded 20s. to each passenger, as compen- sation, and a penalty of £3. 2s. 6d.,amounting to L62.10s. and costs.       William S. Baker, master of the ship UI-   tonia, from London, was also charged by Mr. Broad with breaches if the 16th and 35th sections of the Passengers' Act of 1855. The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge under the 16th sec., but stated that he had acted in ignorance of the law, not having been supplied ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 October 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ' Sept. 25-Clarence, S., Launceston 2Ith ult. * t::Vixen, Launeeston 23rd ritl l; 2 r.) : 3}Villiag Lans. River-t eesey, VD.1L.10oth ult. Sept. 2ika te ID Whiuney, ircula Head 23rd ; White Swan, s. Adelaide. 23rdlt.. . 2:, ' SepL- 27 -WLngis Sodn a..Sydney 24th alt: SepL-28=Loursn, , Syd neyl7th uit:::.;ý Cilrendon. New .astle, N S.1S 18thu. -: T" orberto Castle, Sydney 101th 1 ?iuth. Defece; Liverpool.3rd July . on.usam? Hobart Town 20th t;... Ameer, Talcuhiano 9thi Jauly .Storm .Bird, s:. Port Alberte: Queen, s., Belfint and Warrnambeol i it tlt. Sept :2 John Sott, Adelaide 22ndr it 1."Boundary, Newcastle, N.S.1 t Victory, Warrnambool 27th ult.. Sept. 0- Sumatra,. Boston, U.Sd. 20th June Jacob Badger. London 20th Juno' Oct.1 -City of Sydney, a;, Sydney 27th unit. Black Swan, s., Launceston 2Uh unit. Jemmny, lMauritins 20th August Oct 2-Lorenzo Sanine, hirainrtius 22ndAugust... Oc? elen anne; Cireuu?r Head 28th ult m Oct. 3.-Ha.viahi a.; Adelaide.'' ti,' tyal...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 October 1856

UNITED STATES. By the arrival of the American ship Sumatra,` from Bostoin we~l hve papers to the' 26th June, being:fiye days later than. the.:advices previously received... :.. . A resolution- appropr iatinig 40,000 ilollars for the purchase and restoration to the British Government of the-discovery ship Resolute, was passed in the Senate on the 24th June. .GREAT FiiE AT P, ORTLAND'. -early a whole square.was destroyed by fiie in .Port land (State of Maine) on the mornitig of-the' 24th' of June including : the Temple-street Church, Codman House, :Case6 House, Mus sey's Block, &c., involving a loss of 200,000 dollars. RATirrICATIro; MEETING IN' BOSTON.-An immense ratification meeting relative to" the nomination of President .and Vice-President was held in and all around Faneuil Hall on Monday evening, June 23rd. The Atlas says a more;enthusiastic gathering has-seldom, if ever, been witnessed in all our political his tory. At an early'hour the hall was crowded by an enithusias...

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