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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

) kocal Sntellig-ence. ' 'Errata. — We beg to apoloigse to Mr. Bligh for the unpleasant position occupied by his name at the conclusion of the police case in our last issue, headed ?' Opposition to License.? ' 'His name was .by some mistake substituted for that of Mr. Boyle. We are also under the necessity of soliciting the forbearance of Mr. North, .P. M.t Carcoar, for a similar error, an article headed '.' Cheap Law,' which appeared in the' Free Press1 at November 24th,^ where his name was unwittingly substituted by oiir reporter, for Mr. Meyer's, in the concluding paragraph. The New. Hawking Act. — On Tuesday next, the magistrates of this district will assemble in Petty Sessions for Jhe first time, under the provi sions of the new Pedlar's Act, to consider applica tions . for licenses for the ensuing year ; tho strin gent provisions of the new law with regard to character and the. nature of sureties to be fonnd for the duo observance of the law, will have a most beneficialeffect ...

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A BLOW AT TRIAL BY JURY— JUVENILE OFFENDER'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

A BLOW AT TRIAL BY JURY JUVENILE OFFENDERS' BILL. (From the Weekly Chronicle.)     We recorded a decided protest agrainst the Bill introduced- by the Attorney- General for extending the provisions of the Act for the more speedy trial and punishment of           juvenile offenders, and for making the pro visions applicable to certain cases of petty larceny. The cases to which the Bill pur- poses to extend the summary jurisdiction of justices, are those in which the age of the person charged does not exceed sixteen years, and in which the value of the article stolen does not exceed five shillings. There are abundant data in our statistics of crime to exhibit the extent to which the right to a trial by jury will be invaded by the rule thus laid down. The infringement will be large and serious, and without any coun terbalancing recommendations in the way of safeguards to the claims of humanity, ju...

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ACTING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

ACTING EXTRAORDINARY.   An incident has been related to us, in which Mr. Macready, the tragedian, was made to suffer the pangs of purgatory while yet in ' this breathing world !' It is well known that he is extremely particular upon the stage, and exacts of the actors implicit   obedience to his manifold suggestions, and consequently a very great deal of nervous ness is experienced by playing with him. The ' little people,' as they are technically termed, who play minor parts, are so often terrified for fear of making a faux pas,that     they litterally do 'put their foot in it' most   essentially. On one occasion while playing Hamlet, Mr. Macready was altogether too   much for the unfortunate personator of the 'Priest,' at the burial of poor Opheiia, who would gladly have cried,         Now pile your dust upon the quick and dead;   Till of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

--'? New Goods. In Sufficient variety^ to please every taste, and at ' ' 7 Prices to suit every pocket. T GO ED ON, respectfully tenders his best fj ? thanks ta his town and country customers, for their long continued and still increasing favors, and would .desire to .call their attention to his present STOCK of New Summer Drapery, and other goods, being by far the most varied and extensive, ho has yet had the pleasure of bubmitting to their noiice. ' ? ' Instead of enumerating articles, and quoting prices, J. G. would beg to assure old and young, rich, and .poor, man, woman,, and child, that at his place of Business, all without distinction will get unbought, unbiassed, strict, impartial and even handed justice, be the nature of their case what it may. Bathurst, Nov. 30th 1849. Now Ready. HR HE SYDNEY COMMERCIAL ALMANAC, JL for 1850, containing, beside the usual amount of information necessary for the Counting House, the Clauses of the Now Postage Act relative to the despatch and r...

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

^MgUJm^SWUSmSi^m ^FMm^ki^^c^1^ h io t T.he lovers ;? of: cererapriies.'pngeantry,' and spectacle,? ?will.finidiinour. other columns an acnple^feast^afforded by the description of the-Royal visit to Jreland,. or rather to the three or- four towns on the Eastern coast le$st affected by the nmeries of the island. It; is,np..fault of purs. that we are not content tojobk.upon the mere surface of this inci dent,;like children gazing at the poor strol lerss)whp; dance outside a booth, and believ ing; from -their finery arid assumed hilarity that , they must be 'the richest and happiest peoplejin^the world;: it is our duty as well asiour .political habit of mind to look behind .tbie scenes, at the .hazard of finding gloom and. wretchedness in the very efforts that1 are made ;fpr,; mirth and show. Our readers know .how Jong and how earnestly we have advocated the idea of the Queen's repair to Ireland. .Now that she is there, all our contemporaries are full of what we said years ago as to the...

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STATE OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

STATE^OFvRUSSIA; ? The serfs or peasants in Russia, nre yet in a state of slavery., and are now as literally Jthe property ' 'of the niasteras the labourer |was'6dO years ago. In numbers those serfs are computed rrom to, to fio,uuu,vuu, neariy one°-twentieth of the whole world's popula tion or double that of the United Kingdom. Of these rather more than one half are still serfs of the Crown. The condition of the serf is no better than the negro slaves of Havannah or Carolina.. His muster can sell him, or strip him of his property, he can separate families, he can torture him to death. So great has become the apathy of the serf in many places, that he may be seen scratching up the soil with a plough like the prongs of a pitchfork, the clod which he turns over covering a ridge of its own1 breadth, and thu3 while the surface of the ground is untouched, making the whole look( brown, which seems to satisfy himV ' Wneri ' ' he ' has ^dpne his day's work, he climbs pri'the back'of his hors...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

The State of the Nation. — In answer tO' public, inquiries, we beg to publish 'the following bulletin :— ??' The nation continues^ pretty much - in ' the same' state; ^It ;h'as' passed ^a' quiet 'session/ and is as :well; as 'cant be* expected --with 'the Whigs'as 'Minr ?i8ters.'r-^(Signed) Punch.' -M; ??£-;—? Punchi^ ? . Aged ?PoETS.--At; the :Queen's Ball;^reV- centlyi! who. 'should be present but tlie 'Post Laureatv William Wordsworth^ from? the Lakes.K Poetry-must truly be u healthy oc cupation; It was never considered very butithe vital and dive spirit must be strong inithe .tuneful tribe; Here is Wordsworth, aged.' 70'i travelling for Westnaorelaad, and joining;in court gaities, besides'Writing son nets. There is SamiteliRogeirs^ aged seveuty seveni run'ning|'abodl: to routs end picture sales. ;James|^V[bntgomery nt Sheffield, iri his: seventy-seventh year, is still intent ori poetry land benevolence ; aud Thomas Moore the;;:Littie, who on Monday entered upon seventy, .sings h...

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Sydney and Country News. MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

,' S jf dney . anjl ' C.puntry, , W'ews. .. . MULTUM IN PARVO. The 'man Collins charged with the wilful raufdeir of !Dayid -'Foley/'at Pittwater; on thV 8'th; ult'.V;* was -'tin - W,e dtnesd ay week: f ull^ cbm ? mitted'to-take tiistnal^ Oh the ,8th'ult. ,'a man named Jackson1 was apprehended in Sydney on suspicion'1 of ['highway robbery ; a.ubse querjt^cifcura9tancesi 'noweyer,1 indicate the probability of his having. added to the above offence 'a^crim'eofrmucb 'deeper dye;' It seems that^th'eu Secretary' of the Fitzroy Mining Co'rnpany'5 recently received a'.letter 'dated the -'Tat.' of Jlftst monthv from, Mr;' J. M. NichdrsohconQ'plaining'of, having been stop ped arid robbed by highwaymen on the road between Mittagong and Paddy's River, of six or'ders'for the payment of as many suras of ra6ney!^dEHWnvo6 the Secretary, Mr.KorfF, and amounting; iti: the whole to s£10 9s. 6d. Two^'of ^|ell6r'ders' the.'latter bad succeeded in tratin^ft'd' the1 prisoner. The case has been'i?adjourped...

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RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

s&Mfi'^MW™$Z ;T^B MeetVrig.ady^rtU Black Bull Ih'nipn'.Mbnday at 12 o'clock, did not commence till nearl.y,three.lAs, usual on such occasions; we, were, vpunctuajlvto our time, and' wej in ust :'say^weKifeit-;something Hke^indignani;;disappbi'nt^ to find one Solitary individual only present upon^ ou^ *?I^iy,^^n^ ^^ bhcelattributed;i;the'circiirn} stance ''to' the evanescejice of public spirit' of jUppn describing; pur .business, to,,the, host^of ?the' establishment; he undertooki to /explain 1 |Ka'f ? thi *8am'e J difficulty 'was ; experienced ,'every' year, in cpllecting; tpgether !a 8,uffi-| j'cjeintinumber r.toi form a.raeeting '; 'anil tliat thejcause :^as to. be. ascribed rather ito.vthe 'rfSgligence1 of individuals,' as regard sopunc-J 'tualityi than to the absence of ?public spirit or want qfjinterest.on.the, part of the sport-; ipg brotherhood. Of this we were tolerably satisfied before the sun had set, for we had not resumed our editorial functions more than an ?hou...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

CALIFORNIA. {From the Soutliern Cross.) The following are extracts from a letter re ceived by a gentleman in Auckland from a party who left in the Deborah, dated. San Francisco, 12th Julv. , ' Ships, in thousands, are lying here with out crews, fouling each other in all directions — to be had cheap, almost for the taking away. Yankees are arriving daily in thou-5 sands. Sundry cases of cholera, per stea mers, &c.,from Panama, where it is inter rupting the progress' of many towards the golden regions. No sooner is anything known on the other side to be in demand, than the Yankees have it round the Horn in a twinkling. A mosquito fleet of flat small craft, for the rivers, &c., arrived in one day. Bale goods, flour, &c, lie piled in the street. At present all seem making fort'uries^ excepT owners of ships. ? The'' Deborah- has hail great difficulty in getting away, giving to Wahu 150 dollars per month. ? Jonathan hates the Britishers especially, and is ma king s...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

Impounded, ? At HAMiEr, on tho' 1st day of December, 1849, from John Grant, Esqi; IJowther Park :— One red ixaO. -white cow,1 VS on the rump, like AM ribs the milking side, stra-wherry: hoifcr calf,' not 'branded, ' by her sido, 'yearling. One red and white i cow, JS'with 3 under,' near rump, like X a off rump, undy on the shoulder. One yellow snail horned cow, J reversed with' 8 off rump, right eat 'marked. One white .strawberry spotted heifer, .0 near rib's andirump, ears marked, yearling. One magpie bullock, cook horns, J re versed with'S hear rump, ears marked, a piece broke off tho tail. One brlndlo spotted heifor, cars marked, no brand visible, yearling. ' ' One fed bull, no brand visible, yearling. Ono red and white steer, no brand .visible, yearling. ? One red and. white strqer, ^70, .-with '.WO sideways under near rump'and thigh, two years 'old'; damages (3d. each'. If. not ! ifolcased, to bo sold within twenty-four days from this date, to defray exponses, pursuant to Act o...

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Government Gazette. 4th December, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

Govfitinment ! Gazette. Ath 'December, : '1849. On^.ednesday, , the ; 9.th j day ..of .7 January nex^;- the following portions of'Land will be offeredJ,for 9_aleby Public, Auction, pt the old Military - Barracks/ George- street, Sydney. (Deposit ?10ipet\cent;) . ? ? ;? iBathurst,1 forty-eight acres one rood and fifteen ^perches,, parish:of i;Worcester.;T,com menoing-atitheunlerflectioniof :Emu. Swamp Creek with -the north boundary of Ellis's 1280 acres in -the -parish 'of-Anson ; and bounded. on the south by a line bearing west 30 chains 31 links ; ori the west , by a, line bearing north 15 chains .81 ^links ; ,on the north by aline bearing .east :29 chains ,94 iiinksto Emu iSwarap Creek,; and on the east by that creek southerly -to the cora mencing point. ?Upset; price i^l'per acre.' '?'-' ? ' ''v:-'/1- ?-vi!;;'i ???':;'l^'i'''--' :V :?? ';-^ .''j. ?;?? -,-,T;bWNLOTS;:./ ?? '^} ^\.:, On Thursday, the 10th day of January nextj the following Town Allotments will be offered for ^le by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

?; ;:' ??' ?????'? '(Adviertisexuent.)- '??'?' -?-'''?. 7b the Editor of Thb BATHuasr Free Press. . SiRiT—As ypu would not consent ;tb. publish my last'letter'witli' reference tb' certain allegations pro pounded -by' Mr; Davis for himself i and as the mouth-pieco of afew others, who not-considering it creditable jto.be, ranked^under the same banner, have -notwithstanding1 taken their stand hehind the screen and prepared destructive combustibles without being considered enemies ; arid as the Free *Pre ss°has _ latelyi .b'e'enf the';- vehicle ; of* publishing*,! .matter 1 that mighVbe, injuripus.to my.character and business, if [ did .not; contradict it as false arid unfounded. ( Per- '-mrt'tneVtiierefore, through tl'ie^ame mediuiri'/and^ori thn same'pririciplej tlie figlit^bf reply and Tefuiation of the allegations soiailu%triou3ly-:soiight iaba-adm^ mitted to public memory, ,. My letter might hay«i.beep rather.peraonal, I admit, but. it was, barely propqr- - tioried tb'the personali...

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GREAT STORM AND LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

^if^Sundayi'^Noyornber ^ 26), ^dunng^iib1 forenoon, '^Hd^teffi^feratUrc^pf 'the ; atmosphere' around 'Mel- : ^6j&W!wad'oj-p,ressiye; hrlho'extremp';;'' towards 'SibBfi^a qprolr:.brc'ezo 'ypra'rig'jip^diatIi^Bouth-wostfi ^SSS^as1' evening app'roactiedi'* tfie' sky -bocame byer 'caslr andclboriiy.1 'On r£lio. Monday, the ^gathering . clouds ? gave ; indication. ;bf what was ' approaching, '*§r^t'in the' form of drizziih'g'rain, 'and subsequently Ts/n97itfeftyy: torrents;;' wKich continued' all .'night,; the erwlnd'Jht the ' same ; time freshening; into a heavy ?'gale-Orii 'Tuesday morning, ? the '? gale and bad weather still continued, the barometer sinkirig'to VH^if? ,Th'e;^str&ei;^presentc(l '? a curious spectacle, ^Efibs^ojQthj^'bjMng traversed with streams 18 to 20 feeVbroad, and from 3 to 4 feet deep. Almost all p^he^hops.were closed, and such was the fury of the noelein'ent^V. that 'scarcely : a, house in the city had a Jo rbohtfin'at'' that' was; perfectly dry. ...

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Select Poetry. THE SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

A;:^eijp.ot./JE»oetr35-/; ,-. ??pm 'the sacrifice; ?' f*BI* THE ' C0UNTE33 OF ' BLE83INOT05J. SnBJstood'bosidVtlie' riltaivbut i'saW h'o'r' otiesk was palo o As.ttiO Bummor breozes wafted back hqr snpw-whito, ;b,ridal ,'?'?- .Veil. .'?'. '.'.?; .;??'??-?,'..;. ., .. _ . And1 Uistlossly, Blio gaz'd upon the briglit throng gatber'd -- there,--, ''.',.,.? ? ; .;.-:?, .'!'-:' 'K';*,j, As if iriiftll that glitt'ring scene, her heart had little share. .Her .youthful form was suoh. anono as painters lovo to trace, ?yVUh'rayba Jialr.'and'aeop- dark. oyos.Vand stops bo full of 1 liJ.\graco; .'? ' -i--.-»-.i i- jii.^k.:/. ?'???'«' ? -? - ? A flower just opining into bloom, and yet a blight was tboro, . And on her gontlo brpw.sho boro, the marks of .woo, and caro. Tho: bridegroom's moin , was. stern, and - dark, and with an ?I'^airofpHdo,' . ' ' ' !'?'?? ?????;.!.'-?-.??'?? ;;-???? '??:??? ? j Jlpjrois'd, tho itromblihg hand of that young victim by his - ? . h^Wo— ..' .;.;,. ,n ' ? „;?? .? , ....

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INTENDED VISIT OF THE POPE TO PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

INTENDED VISIT OF THE POPE TO ?,:? -^v- ?- ; -PARIS.-: ; ?? ? j--,;.'1 ' T,he Assembly was much occupied to-day about. v the' 'voyage : of His Holiness Pope Pius IX;; to r Frah'ce;-;tb'be made as soon as the ! conferences at Gaeta are terminated arid alHhe difficulties i smoothed. (It is-^asserted that the President of the Republic, 'the ! Ministers, the heads of the army,- ' the high ?clergy, and all the prin cipal functionaries : of Paris, -will go to Bourges-tb-meet Pius IX., where great pre paration '- will be made for his reception. ' vFrom- thence the Pope' will proceed to. Paris, vstbpping' orie day at Orleans. At .Parish His Holiness will officiate at Notre Dame; and' give his benediction to the French flag, visit the hospitals, religious churches, and establishments. The Pope will remain eight days in the capital, after which he will leave for Rome, and make an entry into that city with all solemnity. Le Dix Decembre, July 25.

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

POST OFFIpir^-^' Of ' all the departments of Governmerit, there: is- none: so scandalously.,mismanaged as the Post Office. We hear of complaints especting its neglect and blunders 'from all sides. Many rbf them Wiay be' frivolous. Some, we,,knpvv :':to be i well-fbunded. : So far as t we are jConcerned j we are unwillingly compelled' to subscribe to the charge of the abominable carelessness, negligence, or in efficiency of the Bathurst branch. The fol lb wio'gj is ;a sample^, of , the communications ?weare in the habit of receiving- ,?r- ;; ,: ',.., ; y.rSWf1- I.blig to ^ a'cqhaintr.you; ^^that I get'my'papers 'very lirrbguLirlyl; ;' Although I subscribe for 'two 'copies,'.' sometime^ I get' one, , and frequently hone. Last Saturday,,the latter was the case. Now, Sir, Jhavc pmd ;my subscription, and am naturftlly de sirous of jOb'taining ,what;i haye ^paid for ;. and if yoo^' cannot', nxan'age i to haye my. papers forwarded regularly, . I shall 'feel' ^compelled to withdraw my name'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

C'JMKTS AND ;Wb-IKN^AripAKALLBL.-rr:: Comets doubtless, an.swer a, good and wise purpose in;,..ih'ej'tcreatibn^'.'isp^ldo'vjwoihen. Comets are inc.om.prehepsibleVtbe.autifulvsatvdFJ eccentric V-so^are womeK ? 'Cbniets^shine^ with. peculiar, splendour, :but at i night'appearA most, bnlljant, ^ ., so ,; dp,, women. \^ ,;i Gpr^ets^ cbrifuurid'.thenmpst -learhed,-Hwh'ert-;it&eytfdtA'. tempt1 to j ascertain' their ^'nature V'fsoX-qo Women. Comets; e'quaHyVexcite the \'exami)-; nation of the . philoso|iher aod 1 of the ciod o f ^ the valley ; so do women. ',''?_ Comets; indwo-1' men, therefore, are closely analagoua i;:;but^ the nature of each being inscrutable,;' all ;, that remains for' U3 to do, is to vievy-with/ admiration throne, and 1 almpstadbratibn.thein other.- ??-?; ???:?? -::vr;'; ?? :'''-- '''-;- '':*? !^Vi^..— ?'??? StEAMBOAT/TrAVKLLINQ ON THE THAMESiB — On Sunday last, accordin g. ,to the returns^ - made by individuals' Btatioried for that speci-...; fie purpose) at ...

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SHAMEFUL MISREPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

~S HXMEFUL' MI3REPQ RTING. (From Punch. J What Tongue saids in, thenfldusei—See'iag the noble lord Jn his place, which I am very glad, and indeed the country expects it in such a moment, I beg to ask the noble«lord what the government intends to do—t^a^ia, whether they intend to do ahvthirigTrrSup pose, as I am given to understand it is a.fji^t which, if the newspapers are tojbebelifived, my lord, and I. am assured they sparenqexj pense in procuring the best irifbrmatipn.^I have therefore to ask I he noble, lord 'if tlie Russians have entered A ustria, and wheth'e'r they intend ' to do 'anything -—I mean 'the government, not the P ussians;— 'arid ,haa any communication taken place , between. Russia and this country— that is, upon the 'subject, which is a most ihnportant subject for the peace of Europe, and is the subject of, inucix anitlcty T I ti uat the uublc'lord will give i'ft plain answer to a plain question. ', ! ? What Pen said in the Reporter's Gallery. —A noble lord begged ...

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THE LICENSED GRAZIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

;;;THE: LICENSED; GRAZiERS«3i Jhb, Lbniojt 'Gazette of.the ' Wth^ugust^cittrppt the ' foiiowing ! important ?Order ;:in:^GQuh'c'i6&^by w'hich.the right of,the glazier,1. tb;tratjflf|r'hi|RieSe is.expressly.giyepV; :'.^«t. beli^ye .tftat'rtHe .feJifefil menthaye.notiyetVreceiyed.tliis^officJal jcippy pffih* Order, but as we^exiract it frpra \ihe' Gazette j flhert is no;doubt.of its.cprrecthesa:. :^;;;- ?''' „ a«?.~™ At tho. Court at Osborne Hpuao/Islo of;,WJghi,tb»,18th day-ofJuly,!^-^ ,^^.,-;rv-i'^^^ The QueonJsMostBxcellent Majosi;.y,in Counoil. 'J±t IVhoreas' by an ''Act passed in the seiision bVPftrilanient holden in the ninth'' indV tenth1 years 'of the' teigii'bf-Her present Majcsty,.'.intituled,;' An Act to amend an Act Ibr :regulating.the-;Sale:of. the -Wasto Land,. belonging- to tho 'Crown ,in ,tha'.lAusti;alian Oolpnios, and to make further provision for thof management thoreof ;' after rocitlng' that it might bo expedient thatvatidus rulds/and i-cgul4tion« should b...

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