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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1849. TOWN COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

SATtUiRD AJSir NO VEM B ER -24, 1 8,49. TOWN COMMONS :- '-* 'i: It will be, in the jecpllection of 'raajijTof ' our' readers, 'tlia^sqrrie' 'eigh%en-mohtKa^ag6,^a' petitton!Wfio^ifIthe^inHainfantalfbf Bathursf was forwarded to Mr. Darvall for pf esentioiit praying Government for the' ^appropriation of a portion5 of 'the un&lietiated^raffds conti guous to the town, for a Town Common.; The'simp'elling'frnotive^to^thi8t.step was a desire on the part of the inhabitants to pre-j vent individualswfrbm :? depasturiug, flocks of; sheep upon the surrounding -jlands, and thereby^depriving thejy owners of cattle of their I due proportion of. .commonage right. ?In answer-tq, this petition,, a letter u was re ceived from the Colonial Secretary . through Mr. Darvall, stating that the -jra'atter bad beemeubmitted to the: consideration of the law officers of-the Crown, who had;decided that the prayer of the petition might be: ac ceded to, viz., that a grant of land might be made»fprj.the!;p...

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HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

:; ???.;??-...? '.HIJ-NGARiy;^ vteu w^.v ,. ThiB,; .pe^ajpf i'tb'e capture , bf Terneswaf by tKe-Hungariansis confifmedU11 The reported Buccesses of-Georgey and;hia ^ comrades over the Ban :'.?'. Je'l.lacich' and the 'Russians are proved to be no exaggerations. The silence of)the Austrian papers on this matter com pels, us to seek for intelligence in the Ber lin jjapers, which confirm the victories of the Maygars in all their details;1 The Hun garian corps which thus endeavours to carry the .war, . into .the Danubian;' provinces amounts to-5,000 foot ;andil j000 horse. : Owter\ Pacha and ?Fuard' Effendi have written, to their, governments that General I^era .has ;defeated the Au'stro-Russians at Rbthenthrum'; and the Russ'iuris at Fogeros; that .General. Dick is severely' wounded, and that General .f;Lu.dders, who is himself slightly, wounded, hns called to ^ aid all the regiments from ^'Wallachia.. That the Rus-1 aians ar.e starving, because the Wallachian waggoners, arriving, at t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

The quarters of durvfrj end, -polOniri(C;j&ibo¥ne , near Sauve's ;crevasae,j.ca_some.four feet under water. Hie nitrbt before last, a;;veteran alligator^ Jfi'bm St Tammany, concluded'to^pa-y tlie^cokmePaTvisitrina friendly : .way, ; and Cconigratulate !hiin, as a brother aemderttti on ibe 'nomination of Walker andP^anche. . Taking 1 his course aluiefjy ? through theeornjifieW^ arid ^pastures, /he thought it would.be.1jwlUe.to call at ,the;cab'in ?; of :the .'/ JdrirerV- ioriheadf rn»ni'«Bd inquire if the icolpnelwas.at. home. ? . 'Finding1 the door ;closed ,-' i heiwalked-underi -the house,-) »n3 .'bel- pwed !? Halloo1 !'*t'at;the itqp'of hls'votee.^ tiS'rttias no answer, he coQimenced a trertieriddift ?flduffflerittjp ' and thumping, lifting up^heTflo6r,;,aiidiiscalierinjJ1 Ithe'little'riiggers in eVery idiruction1. =')(Ihe'fhrnbbub isoonroiised Hie sleepers'.' Tliey ujumpe'd' ofif^f ith« Ibed, in a iterribie^tewl^atod'^a.'ljglit1, aMi^lS 'tlft l8ame morrient, were ^'sent '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Authentic accounts from California con firm the eiuJWr, reports of the place, —its' MidHS'-lik'eksliperabundance' of gold, its anarchy, and'ila starvation. The chief magistrate under the United States rents a huuse like a turnpike lodge for £1000' a year. In point of morals' the' condition of the people is frightful. Meanwhile the Mexicans propose to gooutin armed bunds ; nrid it is 4u't(* possible' tWt 'in such a way' buccanp'eri'ii'g1 desperadoes might out do tlie S ildiery powers of ihrf Y.a'iike'fs. (Jiiilfcrnin may be a kin-rdom to some freebooting atf venturers. Why not'? Curious, if the conquered land Bhoiild prove the liiVe'.t'o bring back the guerillas of Mexico, arid supply treasure to' pay bands' of military^ outlaws id snatching it frben' tine j&tiael' ReV public.— jBn^/w/i Republic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

r ? TO ADVERTISERS. /The cost of Advertisements ' must be paid previous to their in sertion. ' Advertisements . will' ' be received until six. o'clock in the 'evening of Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock 'oh Tuesday. A liberal allowance j will, be made to parties desirous of ? advertising, for three or six months. No communications will be pub .lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the '. Correspondent. BATHUIIST PUSS PRS33 GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Ham! Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. -, To he Sold at this Office, ? ' - ? .FORMS OF npENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown j[y ' , 'Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands oj the Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony of New' South Wales. TENDERS for, a Lease of a Vacated or Forfeited '' Run of Lands,- Intermediate o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

? -T.yRANNV' OP PARTT. IN THE , IGNITED St'Atks.— '-It is difficult' in this country to conceive the force and influence, of this un mitigated tyrahnv. With us party influ« ences are weakened by local distribution;. In America they are concentrated into one inflexible despotism, which .every member of the party implicitly ohey.s. In this re-' spect the , party-min in America, is entirely divested of IVis--indiyid'MaHsrn'.,'..v)rje:.a'ctsrand thinks with his party ; its will is, his' su- preme law. The mischief is that his . stiict obedience i8 alike required through good and through evil report. The policy of the day inust be upheld, whatever it may be. It is ihus that the flagitious war with Mexico whs espoused by- the whole Demo cratic party, and that, no Democrat who has any favours to expect, or who would esCfipe annoyance, dared utter a syllable agaiiist the conduct of the Administration It is not o.nly the rank and file that yield to this terrible influence— the party leaders ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Birth. ON Wednesday Nov. 28th, at her residence, William Street, Bathurst, Mrs. G. Croft, of a daughter.                

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

iBEtAitfD.-MVe are assured, on reliable authority, that it is not improbable that the provisions of the Irish Encumbered Estates Act will be Carried into execution by Sir Edward Sudgeri,' as Chie/ Commis sioner j':Sir; Edward It/an and Mr. Coiilson, Com missioners. Should Mr. Coulson rioVobtain a Com m,iss,ion;e,rsbip, he- is likely to be the 'Secretary. His services in drawing up' the bill were a'dverted to in' . nattering terms by Sir John Ronu'ly, uSu- Edward Sugden will 'receive/ii ^^ salary of ;£3,oqo'per annum, hi addition to the 'fieuiion oiP ' j£4,'6'o3. per annum, which he .'?enjoys''!as'retife^ *: Sir ^' ward Ryan. held 'fory&'fshi^ East Indiesi-fHOorife Exdminkr:?** n&vht _ __. . M.; Gdizot^M^ %^«npro^eed^ on Wed nesday,' from Southariiptoh' to' HavreV'p'er steamer. This ifi his ;first visit-to^France'5since^^he revolu tion of February, last' Yoax:—'Livervd6L Albkm, MBAaaRB8;'6p.Kbs*SDXHJ'Vo^SrAB^ fkriawsts';— The brder8Yo'f KossiitS' in fiis'procla mation...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Daring Instance of Presence of Mind. ? — As the, supervisor of inland revenue at Aberyswithi Mr., J. Millar, his nephew, and Uvpprbfessionaleentleirian, geolbjjistsi'were last week examining, some strata of rock in thetclfffs; ;between;i; Aberystwith - and^Llan rr hy stid , , t hey ^gr^cee'ded \ ; alo n g at nar row , {edge ^pl^ibjecjtinglrstbhe tin the face'bf !the .ciiffjl ' afiout ;l i0; f eet , above the level of the sea,r.,which prpyidently happened1; to'be at )fuli:'iEibw..i;K,In passing;' round aj projecting angle, ?-^whiph/.fb^ below,'! the. professors'and the revenitfe''ofe- per hiad roundedvthe pointi/and the;,ybung 'man/ was in. the act of/doing so,/twhehrthe rock suddenly, breaking; from under his feet, he was whirled with his' : face towards the sea, and as he descended he seized with one hand the Jedge , beneath his /uncle's feet, whilst he extended /the other 'hand to'-him, and it .vvasfirmty/clasped/ by; the revenue officer, who held him suspended for full/five minut...

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A TRAGEDY IN LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

1 :A TRAGEDY :IN:Lty^EaOL.« Tha Liverpool Albion says :— A sad.scene ?was preiBente'd.tp a party whTo burBfiiitb a ?hoursean ;No; 1 Court^ 3priel-street|vyauxr., : hall-if.oa'd. »;T.wb'.childfen,.'asred reSpectiveiyi one.and -nine y'fears iwere found deadJin bed' iwith'rtheir throats 'cut froth' eantocear ; :and ! there :lay 'stretched l^upon the '8£ime;sad'pali-; aBstwoi.other'cbrp'sesi arid also thelt of a man ; with ?^;bis' ^windpipe partially '.severed, 4he . i suspedted-'murderer of his own :two/children. ; [The -'folio' wing We the' melancholy particulars ' of ^the : affair : ~The: house in question was; occupied by a 'l man named 'Patrick ;. Joseph ~.:- iGolkin'.-' I-Ie'iwas'aisohijolmaster, in humble., r style, his; school ibeing '.situated. -in,. one of the* dense streets ' in' the ineighbourlropd ... of the Gu9tom-house.; His ; -family -consisted .of himselfi wife, '.arid three children. Mary Ann.Colkin, ; his, partner,, was ; under thirty. Their eldest son, James Cbikin. ...

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LONDON FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

.liliONDON ?FA'RMT5RSl''CliUBi;;.^ i A* thelaBt meeting of this cluty there was s«Hi.. interesting discussion upom the»appli ,g&iq.a of machinery: to agriculture, ^several, sneakers inculcating the propriety'., of', em ploy ing steam engine. 8i(f or, thrashing and ^cftMr'p'ur^sesi. J n the course/ of, the dis-f 1 ^u3smt^d i''i-:rs' '; ':-f ':-::'^': ???!?'''''? '/!.''/ ; ' !? ' -^MfrSinith/ pf Deanstbrr'said'there was- a ^greaPstruggle before theinfand they might ' i dependfupori it -that? they^miist1 call mecbari iijiatn to;theiivaid.'-y: A'Jbetter arrangement of iifBKinJI; .SSas-necessary ; .but even under the ^pr^sjentfljarrangementvit ^9 *n« tne*r itP°wer V^tnake great,. use -of. machinery. (Hear, \ ?^ear^.j.ltj 'might be employed very benefi. \, cialjty. irii: pumping out naanure-r-a ,. subject 'which,* though new perhaps to sptne present; f ^s^ertamiyiiot new ^B'tudi'eiiua'W ' worked titi&'f&^jr&^^mvtiy ?dyliira^'and lthe' result ;of 'his'' Expe...

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Bathurst Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

^atZTurstrPollqe OffibB.. jj»5 '^ '/;? AilittleJnonseiise.'rldwiand then ?' ;j, fvB^cii^oh^^ '?' '; : '???'?'' ??*'?' ;; ?HoDiBaA's.;.;^.. I fe0i?Pd^iTi6N op LiCBNSB.-— On, Tuesday i»la*sfi;on '* the' application of Mr. Boyle for a -'renewal of his existing auctioneer's license, «tne-5t;hief' Constable stated that he consi Jwdeiie'dvhiinself bound in dutyto opposesiti ? t Hfa- opposition Was -founded principally -on ^certain-grounds arisingout of ah information (^lately exhibited against Mr. Boyle for ille ' ''gaUyaoting as a conveyancer. Applicant had ? : on1 that occasion availed himself of /the evi « dence Of a witness, who, there waVtoo'much l ?'} jeaBon to believe, had' coda ttoitted wilful per F.juty;' Police Magistrate-— Are we to un derstand -^by; this s that your ^opposition 'is ^founded on the assumption of Mr. Boyle's :.4pr«viouis knowledge of the- fact, or in 'other ?itiyfdtik'i' thfat'he-has been -iguilt'y of subprria ?|tibfl'JJ|bf ^p^erju^f?1' 'Chief \ Constable— Yes,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

. ', ,k'ni . ^J3atlmrst^Rabe;3.''';; ~° ' A aFU BUI C 'Meeting: will ,be held on Monday ;/\.4h¥;*10tU »of -December, ; nt'-Mr.^Tait's Black. BuU^hrii'at'^ o'clock* for the pjirposepf ,appbint ing^a^tepMMJTfEe: anjlf-STEWAk.pjs j'.,and making oth^r'-arrangenjents /for :the ensuing iBathurst JUCC»?K ''?'? ' ':?:??'?? ???? ?v-.-.v.i. ;;?';-?: ????'. ,.'.-'.'. ., ???v. ot.ianMs.bf.'.i. -c' --?«?«/ -'-i«^P.' Mi SLOTASS /,[..',] ..»??.. ..?'-A^'«-'sHpN.:-,!SBcaETA.iaY';'. ;?;. ??? at^agoH it:/;;c..o. ?? ,f«*.;. ?-..:..;;.';, j:- Ti.pro.tem. '. v,- i:rva''-':v;' ---.???='..,...?.? ? ., .. '??- ? ' * ' ' ' : ???' :*dl,^1™ ^!Oarooax--WtaoeBf }:,:?? irZi '.'.-.i- ,','.. ,; .';' li^ja jpeiirtg )^d;f'at;Mn; T\vaddeVs (RotAl ,; A.sP9?rBi.'J^pji Tuesday -'0'ctober-130th.;''it'.wnsre-. ' '. sol^gd L'tnat^)iiBJf6rtft^coming Carc6arTRAOE8 should take plaoew /Wcdnesdayi Thursday, -and Fridayi the 13th.' 14th. arid'lSth of March:-: '? ???:-. ?- - . . :,.-..-... .?ft'sWaatedi,-..-,-. :. IN. a Gentleman...

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CHARGE OF MALICIOUS INJURY. BARTON v. BULLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

____________________________                             CHARGE OF MALICIOUS INJURY   __________                                 BARTON v BULLOCK                 YESTERDAY morning, an iudividual named Bullock, residing at Yarrows, near Bathurst,   appeared on summons to answer the com-     plaint of Mr. Barton, superintendent of the   said estate under Mr. John Terry Hughes, trustee for Henry Terry.     &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

The Greatest Sale of any Itledl ; cine in the World I Koll'owajr'a Pills and Ointment. To Mr. J. K. Heydon, v Goulburn, August 29th, 1849. S'™ IR,— ? I send you the. following particu lars of a case that has just. come to my knowledge, thinking it would be acceptable and tend still further to establish the good repute of Holloway's Pilla and Ointment. A iVlr. Thomas Clark, a settler at Curra wang, Luke George, was for a considerable time seriously afflicted with n complaint of his jliver, together with the gravel. His medical attendants, after trying all- their 3kil.l for a considerable time, candidly gave their opinion that his case was hopeless, and declined any further effort as useless, f n this situation, and when expecting every day would terminate his earthly career, a friend providentially called on him, and in the course of conversation enquired if he ?had ever tried Holloway's Pills, which he assured him had cured a friend of his simi larly situated ; he replied that he ha...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1849. CHINESE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

? ^v';. ?,?' ? ' tied? i^'frV-v -»'??» -:- * THJ5 BATHUKSr MEEirTEESS; SATURDAY, December a, i^S ?- 'c^eisMmS^rI^on;^ '.; Happimess is _thc pursuit of alLraen, --bttt;tbe- modes are 'many anti'vaf iojjsTby '^whictr thejrj seek to obtain it. In one&jpj^ti!'nowevjBrJ; much as inaralists&ndv Ministers of.theJSbs.:;, pel may urgft,ag3mstPit^mankind^.aB|e^i:s; to be i xinariirnc^us^'and* that pointy is.^that money i^-the-ateppTingjitgne_to itf:inasSuth'? as it furnishes the means ^f.^en joy r^e'rit^ In differentncounUHies jof 6 ,the, , .. glojbe.^an^d amongst the varied occupations of ;AscicWty',: the amqriinumrni exhibits jitself hi rider anjin - finite variety /of :ptases^;cha^ of the iifdividual^as ^of -his cpuntry;a£ci^the; nature -2|$i^ subject wouidiaamit^diF^much^ r«asoningy:and^ the introduction j6f erfdless1 illustration, but as the:employ ment ,; of . sucbT ?w^uld bi^unsui^^ riewspapeTri an!dj;uriint€restirig;to|the general reader, ^.we^ , shal r ;. save' ''ours...

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Sydney and Country News. MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

9-driey and Country News. MULTUM W PARYO; GWS^ediaeida^ ^mbrniqg fjthj-? residence of Mr '# Giioh'ristf at4- Dariingiiurst. was Lur glariqusly entered, anfd;.a.^[uainjtity of silver ana'platedyarticies^ is said; ; ofj teiw^en d620 , and ,£30 stolen therefrom . NotHing .has jtranspired tending topoiht-qiit J the (identity h of .the ??parties icoricerhed.1— -A!vj siteihasibeen selected for a ^^ yillageatiDubboi1 anU'fa^.cppyipf, the approved -plan Js open :for inspection tiat Jthe office .pf the Surveyor1 Qe'n'e^al^, Sydney ^^,(. orat ..'thei'police- office,1^ ^j^.g.^^h^j'^Rj(ie^£fe^i;tc/?. .jSa^e^e^ustatesi tnaiPGqycfpMep^^Sileler;^^ a complete jc^^^^ ?. acted 'upon in',th' eV disposition . .of troops ,,in-r tended f6r: service in ihese^colbnies. ,. in stead; of' sending thtirti 'hither in tfje first place ?! andA.after^ajr^ti^n^ferring them sto Irid^j .they will, it seen^s, be first dis^ to India, aiid stibseq^entiy ' llo Australia. ! On the expiration of .their jperiods of service ...

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Country CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Country JWTewe. - psxtai bt r: 'l)ROTroirjfO.-£-THe'-)';tolH-a*hip'Dand-rf neighbourhood of 'CarcBar''}iav# been thrBwti ihtO-aiJ rotate of glcom auid'd'esp6'mle'ficy)'bly) the' melnncholyT circumMance^f tho^deuth ? oi ^r^KbgevB^bydroWH ?ipg. We1hayo'.peen~kiiidly'faTniBhed-wkhthfi-par'-~- ticnlsrs by1 a1 Me^d) wlio^desc'fitedain'ajmphatic language^ tho' 'tradisgujso'd'1 and' universal^ 66frbw^p which pervade the district. ' 'It appears^ .ta'is^un tor*. tunate gentleman left Carcoar on Sunday,' oh afpro^. fessionai visit to a patient named Goodwin, residing*, at some station on the Lachlan, and it-wasrip/at.-i, tempting to cross that river, ho mot his untimely fate. From what We can learn, it must have been somo timo iu the dead of night when he arrived at a ford, termed Nnnnimi full,' which we underetand.is 11 very dangerous crossing placa whoa tho river U flooded. It happened unfortunately to be' so at this time. The -flnger arises ?fromf-thei fact jol there being a deep hole cont...

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Select Poetry. THE CALL OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Select .Poetry. r'*'''HABK to that voice !-what-spirit,gaYe '. n? '^^t^ite (mighty; apcents-birth-P : v .'.^n.r!* | ,k . ^J'^^ety of, freedom to .the slayo. -. -.;?'' ^ui ? ?-? '' ' ,^'^ .O'er all the startled earth '}..'.'.-:; ^*T w ''^w^/3*bVfetter^ climea.of .-Ea9t aad-West, - , ? ??? %v^;^. Are toiling to be rfwe, . = -;.,;:n«i^' ; '?-?: 'f- ^iXi^fkwPP'^P^h;1^ shade shall rest ^- ;',,. Immortal Freedom!affwe./^'^' [??':}? ' : ^ ; '7'lt!l The dwellers of ilmperUUnalLjs,. ; , ,::t ;- :..;-,^;'- ^'5^1^^;C-;^|X.%J., ;,,.,„,;.-:-? V '„];?; :v'v-. A dreaded »hand:.uponlheir.-j«aUsj.' if : ?;? ^j^&iWhichjyritesof FreedomrRear; ' ? ,?, 4njwn.they-hid.iheirja^alJ;orae8 .'; ^ j ; j ??„' . The spear and -buoklarstake— ;!,-;) -M i , '\ r'.., -fI^rthVibrokenfetter3.foVg'ato-BWpr'a*-n i v ikws eiX^ strongest weapons inake. ' '.''? i:- ?i: J ^ ' ' -Arid,Goil'.abo»eiandznanibeneathi^i ;??--? :; '?'. Attest the nghtswe claim*! -?*-;, ? : -: ,j ?i!jlj-&:;fef!JVti-{-rt-*;~rS^K— ???...

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THE GREAT SEA SERPENT ACCOUNTED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Mb. .!.; HdRttiMAH, commander, of the ship Brazilian, just arrived in the Thames, gives an account of a supposed sea serpent, which seems to put Captain M'Quhue's very cir . cvtrostantial story, in the, same category with tile V Three Bhck Qrows.'1 The following is Captain Herriman'a statement :.—?' He left the Cape on tlie 1 9th of February, ruan.ing with a strong1 south-easterly vviiMl ^for four (Jay3.;;:On the morning; of the 24th 'the ship' was' becalmed in latitude ?8 south, longitude 8 east, 'icing about'-, forty miles . from ihejplaeein which Captain iVl'Qiihae, JR-:N-- -.iSj §aid !to hive seen the great sei eej-pent;.. About eight o'clock on? that .morning,: w:hilat . the:cupt«in: was. survey ing the calm heavy riupleless swell of: the sea through his , telescope, the ship at the time heading, north-Horth- west, he perceived ebmething right abeam, about. half a mile to the west warH, stretched along the water to the' |e%ih of'ahout twenty-five or thirty, ' feet,* arid- peree...

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