ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,196 items from Hobart Town Mercury, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,196 results
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

On Sale -Cheap Groceries. EICH Ciystnlhzed Bugar Ha and 5d lb liest green tea 25a quarter chest Best Wiltshire iheesevtry cheap ls4d lb Sperm canules Is Gd lb i. Also 3 bushel sacks strong 2l?,do¿. Underwoods snnkc antidote Du Barry's Riveleuta 20 per cent under any other House Fleurs da Tasmania, a sure cure for old wounds, tore legs &c. Dutch Drops ; Dalby's cmininative ' In/an ts new feeding Bottles ; ; R DnvnvV N B -Mi Drury is a purchaser tji cakh of ap- ples, Damsons fee i Pastrycook and Confectioner. rriHC UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs ' I his Frielids and the Public that he has faki.ii those CENl'RAL PREM1SL3 nt We lington Bridge, Llizabéth street, formerly occupied by Mr G Clements, aud ilE OPL.NED them on SAI ÚRDANLAS» I, tho 28th Iiiätant, with a WELL bLLECTLiD blOCK of AlUI Lts connected with the trade, and ti us tu, by civility, attention, and moderate (.burges, to mci it a share ot public putro-i "age , , i ' li'' JoilN SltEMlLKO N. 11-A Liberal Allowance to...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
QUARTER SESSIONS. YESTERDAY. ADJOURNED SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

QUARTER SESSIONS. YESTERDAY. ADJOURNED SITTINGS. Before Joseph Hone Esqe, chairman, J Walker, N Gresley, J Barnard Esqe, and Dr Milligan. The Attorney General conducted the prosecu- tions.         There were only four prisoners for trial, of whom   the following pleaded guilty :- Henry Burridge, Sheepstealing ; Lacinia Barker, stealing a picture,   the property of the Revd R. R. Davies.   John Wilshire was charged with stealing on the 6th of November, one watch of the value of £10, one guard chain of the value of £4, and one watch-key of the value of £1, from the person of John J. Hanchett. A second court charged the prisoner with feloniously receiving the same. The prosecutor, a professor of music, residing at Pontville, stated, that he was at the Brighton   Races when he lost his watch &c ; he had been in   the booths, but knew nothing about the watch, excep...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

CLEBURNE, EDWARDS y- ' ANi> * CLEBURNE À KB DESIKO US ot bunging to the notice ol their Customers and aïïcn^lic~gViëraHy that they Favo suc iceeded Mi «electing with the greatest care f and attention norn the Goods imported per "JOHN BANKS," "BENGAL" "GREAT _^ " TASMANIA,'^"" ,_ "__ "andothcr vessels ol'i ecent arrival to thib colony the Mowing articles ol'the choicest debcrip f.1on vi/. : I J!a«t and West India PICKLES Mixed PICKLES, (new) assorted, m pints and quarts , ' ' 'SAUCES, of every description - k ' Tresli SALAD OIL in pints and half-pints | - SARDINES " . x- M9'l , . Fresh Preserved SALMON in tins oil, I, j Y^nanth BLOATERS in tins of 1, nu«" 2 'QOZGÏl v *~"~ .ANOHOV.Ï and BLOATER, Paste (Colemans MUSTARD, m full wiod bottles Ditto in tint.. 4, 7, and 141b« TAMARINDS in Glass J"1*., ',ni;, TAÎITARTC ACID and CARROÑAD ?of SODA.. NUTMEGS in small boxes ""W.^ CREAM r of TARTAR and EPSOM - - SAMfl - " ' - ' * ""'.,, , CHAMPION'S best London Pickling ,', . VINEGAR '. SCOTC...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PASSAGE THEOUGH THE AMERICAN ISTHMUS. (From the Times of 9th December.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

PASSAGE THEOUGH THE AMERICAN ISTHMUS. (Prom the Times of ifth December. While we have been knocking our heads against tho North Pole the narrow Isthmus which separates the two continents of Amor» ica remains but little known, partially ex- plored, and well-nigh untouched by the me- chanical genius of the country. Of what incalculable service to mankind would it have been had a few millions been devoted to effecting a passage through the American isthmus ! This we have not done, while we have wasted hundreds of millions upon pow- der and ball, gunships and shells. Such expenditure must, wo are well aware, still take place. Whatever the pence party may say, we are still far enough removed from the time when the smiling infant shall lay its baud with impunity upon the speckled snake, or Russian diplomatists cease to covet an extension of territory. Let us do what is necessary For self-defence and to preserve the national chavaetefj upon which empire depeuds, but, at the same time, when...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

HOBART TOWN" PRICE CURRENT Cbrrectedup to fice o'clock on Saturday Beening last ALE % BEER-(nhoUale) Ale, Bass'! Ufo 2 per do: lo We (Id Worthington and Robinson!'s I/o 3 perhhd 91 O* ed Alsopp's Bo 3, per Ud IO Os Od Ditto pale East India per hhd Vi 5i Od to f» 10J (i<í Other bramls per hhd l8 IO* Od to ¡0 Alsopp'sper doten 11» Od to 11» 6á Byass"* II* Gd to 11» 6rf Diwkniorlh'* 11» ed to 11* 5d Bryant and Davit's 12» I'd to 13» Od Marzetti't II« Od to 11» 0(2 Bibberl's 10» Od to 10» Od Otherbottlers,\U to 12«. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd V¡ fis O lo li 10» Elliott and Watney'spèrhhdlG 0» Od lo li Ot Other brands IO 10» Od to li 0» Od Trueman'* X per hhd IO 5» Od to 16 5« Od Trueman'* XX per hhd lb 10* Od to IO 15* rd Taylors' »tout per hhd li 0» Od lo It 10* Od Byass'* quart*per doz 12» Cd <o 13» Od Whitbread'* stout per doz 12s Od to 12» Od MarzellCs porter per doz 1Ï* Od to 12» Bryant and Davit's per doz 11* Od to 1 Is Od Oilier bottiers per doz 1»« Od to II...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Tenders in duplicate will bo received at tho Com iniosiiviefc Office, Hobart Town, until 12 o'clock on Tuesday next, tliolOtli instant, for tlio undermentioned Avticles mid Woilts : LEAD. Throo rolls of Milled Lend, dibs, per-foot superficial, for tho servie» of tho li o val Engineer Department. WOIIKB mid AIIÏICLES. For the performance of such Works and Articles as may bo loquUcd by tho 'Royal .Engineer Department nt Hob.irfc Town or ni Launceston for a period of ono year from the Ibt April 1S57, in eitlicr of tho uudcnncii'.ionvd Trades, VÍA ¡ CinrENiEit IíitrcKüirEit MASON Piuiruuit . PAINEnH&GüAZIEU - rLASTlíllEll SMITH Tendéis will, nko, bo received at the samo time, and for tho saino period for tho supply ot tho following materials at Hobart Town : i '. J \ LIME, slacked, well burnt, per bushel. ~\ ' » Ditto, unslnckcil, ditto, ditto £ dolivorcd. LIMESTONE, unburnt, ]icr load ol'22 bshls. ) KUM.-Tciulors in duplicité will bo received at the s uno off...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

QUERIES. Is not Thomas George Gregson Primo Minis- ter of Tasmania, and will it not go forth to the surrounding colonies that he is so, and that he is a man'of high moral character unimpeachable integrity-great intcllccL and sterling independence ? Is it true in proof at this, that lie once acted as a ti ustuc ol' tho Malahide Estate, on be- half of a poor imbecile, and was distin- guished for his anxiety in taking ncare of the same? ' i Is it also true that he received an honorable testimony or letter ol' acquittal-of certain chaiges brought against him-in connection with that tiust ii oin Richard Talbot on behalf of Lord Talbot de Mala- hide!? and is it not untrue, that, as has been ' said, that letter was qualilicl by directions transmitted from the noble lord to say any- thing to get rid ol' him,and possession of his estate ? Is it not also notoriously false, that lie has often been seen playing at skittlc3 in a btate of bobriety with drunkon laborers, Port Arthur expirées, and ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. 'THE performance? on Wednesday evening afforded much delight to a number of happy Juveniles, to whoso comprehension and enjoyment tiley wore well adapted ; it is always pleasant to witnesj tbo merry gratification of intelligent children, and this pleasure was limply supplied on this occasion, for their gladness was, for the time, as unalloyed, as it was sincere and heartfelt. Miss Joey was, indeed, a Littlo Treasure, and was woU supported by Miss Adelaide and Mr3. Harward, albeit tho latter was mthor too juvenile a "Granny." Warner, as tho bishfut Militaire, w,u oat of place, but us it is not possible for this excellent Actor to do anything badly, bo made tho most of a character, alto- gether out of his line. Milno, as Sir Charles Howard, rather surprised us-agreeably wo mean-for, having usually seen bim as the representative of old mea, wo were not prepared for so much versatility, nor for the display of any sentimentality by lum, ot all members of tho Corps Dramatiq...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERTS ! ! HUSIC I OK lilli HILLION. OWING to the great success which boa attended theso Entorta'iiineiits in the Metropolis mid in the large Moiiuf.icturiug Towns of the Mother Country and their moral iulluuucc upon the community, es- pecially upon the operative classe«, the Lessee, with ,n view to ascei tain whether the same tanto and feeling prevail in this colony, lim gr.intcd the use of tlio Theatre for tho represention of FOUR CONCERTS FOR THE MILLION! When, by the kiud permission of COLONEL PERCEVAL AND THE OFFICERS OF THE 12th REGIMENT, THE SPLENDID BAND WILL ATTEND, And the whole will bo under the direction of Mil. CALLEN. VocalisU, Mi-s Stewart, Mrs. Whcolor, Mr. J. Dunn, Mr. Osborne, Ac. The F.st Concert takes place TO-MORROW BVBN INO the 7th, of Mareil, and the Programma of the Performances will bo immediately issued. Iii tho < ourse of tho evening, Mr. liUDDEE will por forin one of his celebrated FANTASIA'S on the Piano Forte. ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. inoren &.-Hargrave";, »cliooiicr,197 tons, Ileiirteuon Master, from Ncncasllj 22iul February with 200 tons I of coals. Agent«, Armsliong and Co. March 5.-Polly, brig, 152 tons, Holford master, from Nencastle 21 st February, with 210 tons of coals, i Agent, the Master. Mareil 5.-Emma, biijr, 139 tons, Browninastcr, j from Newcastle 21t>t February, with coals &c. Agents Maning Brothers Murc'i 5tb.-licindeer, schooner, 101 tons, Me Pherson, ft oin Newcastle, 21st February, with 130 tons coal* Agent, Leigh Morell 5sb.-Yarro, schooner, 139 tons, Calder, from Melbourne 28th February in bnllast. Agent, C. Degraves. ; « » - The following vessels were coming up the river kst evening :-2 schooners and one Brig, off Half Moon Bay ; and one barque and two sails train tlio eastward. S.ULKI). March lth.-John Banks, ship, 762 tons, Walker | nnistor, for Quinn in bollast. Murch i.-Nautilus, baiquc, 1Q0 tons. Cracknell, for | Whaling Ground. March 'I.-Mary A...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE DOMESTIC DIFFICULTY OF THE DAY. (From the London Daily News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THE DOMESTIC DIFFICULTY OF THE DAY. (Prom the London Daily News.) There seems to bo au epccjemie tcarsprrai ing tiver the civilised world just now» that do- mestic service is one of the institutions doo- med to a disastrous end ; aud that the time is at hand. In I he most housewifely countries of all-the Scandinavian kingdoms and Ger- many-the complaint always has ttech, in all ages, that servants arc not what they were in the olden tilne. In France, the minds of all woiking people have been more or less unset- tled by Social changes, which have promised all mahnet- Of fine things to the industrial or- der, and have left them suffering under a grinding poveiry. At present there is the added evil of the preralent extravagance in dress among the ladies, who follow the lead of the Imperial Court. The effect of the friv- olity and extravagance of tho mis ti ess on the quality of the miid servant is no new theme ) and any visitor in Paris may now hear and seo enough about it. As for Amer...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IMPROMPTU. TO THOMAS GEORGE GREGEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

IM PRO MP ru. TO THOMAS ononUB QUEOSON'. ON the same principle, you sa), that one T'scnpe from soot a dirty sweep will shun,» So you, to make your infamy the less, Would fain eschew tho " vormin of tito-Press" That Press which would not sse your " gonitu' ' tried, * ? ' ;' On this (air country-as on Malahide.' Well ! Strange ns you in ty deem it, yet 'tis true The Pi ess-on that sanio principle-shuns you. PRINTEII'S DEVIL

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not Identity our opinions with those of our correspondent To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. W II ilo not Identity our opinions willi those ot uucuirreapondei To the Editor of the Mercury. SIR Surely some legislative enactment will pass (o prevent debtors daily running off to Melbourne and Sydney. Where are our city Members-of what usei is it the mercantile interest being represented, while such flagrant nets of. dishonesty are daily committed, by men getting into debt and the next hour going on board of ship, and laughing at you. I know one tradesman in this street,, who sold In a female a child's silver coral, who begged that it ¡night be sent for approval, and would pay for it. The answer returned was-" that sho ,'wou!d pay for it when she next returned from Melbourne." Thus aro daily persons running off ad libitum, and evpiy designing knave has a carte" blanche to get into debt and run ort' to Melbourne,, ..Hero is nno'.hcr proof of our wise law-makers-lhere is not one amongst them, but understands the valus of a pound'of wool, or an acre'of lan...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before R. W. Fenwick, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before B. W. Fenwick, Esq. Night Charges.-The drunkards mustered strong at the Police office ibis morning. One old offender -was ordered to pay the extreme penalty inflicted Tiy the law for over indulgence, £5. Four others, -who had been twice before practically admonished -were fined £3 each; and six for their "first offence, -were severally ordered to pay £1. In each case -imprisonment wai the alternative'of default. Disturbers of the Peaces-Three brawlers were fined 5s. each for this offence. Desertion.-Daniel Farmer was charged with deserting the Bengal on the 18th ultimo. He - pleaded guilty, aird mid, he would desert again ii The had the chance The Captain did not wish to have him on hoard. Mr. Fenwick said, that, in consequence of the : man's manner, and what he had stated, he would give bim the full punishment-viz, 60 dajs' im -prifonirifnf. Suspicion ofbeivff 'an /fbscondct.-A man named Charles Bradshaw tras'charged with being on ab scondcr. ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON RACES. SETTLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

LAUNCESTON RACES. MZILIXG DAY. Tlie " Scttliug" for the Races took placo at the Launceston Hotel on Suturday wbon tho Stukos were declured, as under :- <? ,? . " St. Leger, Mr Brawn,- £39. ' Tavern Plate, Mr Motton, £44, - - Merchant's Puno, Mr Menee, £28/ All ABO Stakes, Mr T. W. Field, £69. . Two-ycars-old Stake, Mr Bawling, StiSi. Town l'lntc,,Mr Morribou, £49. Galloway St ike, Mr Locke, £15. Consolation Stake, Mr Jordan, £1G. , Maiden Plate, £20. The following .Stakes Were hold over, until tho pro- tests against tho winning horses should bo settled : Maiden Pluto, Mr Motton's Inkoriniui, on account of ago* Hack Stake, £17 Mr Land do's Marian, as hav- ing been trained, and won public money ; FHd's Purso £116; Mr Robcrts's Piesto, on the ground, that, although hu ran ns a four year old, ho wat in reality five years. A match foi* £103 (three miles) between Mr Douglas's Ben Holt and Mr Jordan's Currency Lass was arranged to come off on Friday (this day week) tho 13th inst...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE MERCURY. Pulished Monday, Wednesday & Friday. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THE MEltCÜRY. ilublfeïjtti ífíontinií, CUcîmcsnao Ajftflrau FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH G, 1357. THE first exponent of the ministerial policy-if such a policy bo in existence- j is as is fitting the Premier. 'Mr. GREGSON has addressed his cojn.sfitjjentsjin-'hig well !ú>j^sMa known verbose declamatory and personal style. His new honors failed to moderate his virulence, to infuse dignity into his language, or sobriety into his ideas. Ile has perhaps disappointed no one, but he has damaged his party to an extent of which time alone will convince him to his cost. The prime minister of the colony informing the electors of Richmond that " armed at all points" he would not want any one to go to Port Phillip to fight M i til liiin ! He might as well have issued the usual pugilistic advertisement that he was open to fight any one of his weight and size It would have been quite as much in accordance with the character of Mr.GREGSov/and not one whit more de- grading to the high position he fills...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE PROPHECIES OF M. KOSSUTH. (From the Bradford Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THE PROPHECIES OF M. XOSSUTH. (Prom tho Bradford Observer.) In the whole range of that volume which we all venerate there are but few scenes which surpass in moral grandeur those in which a stern and uncourtly prophe% brushing court etiquette aside, bursts into tho palace of a de- spotic king, and, reproaching him wlthJiis wickedness* pronounces the curse of heaven upon him and his dynasty. Or when, in the rnidstlof a strange city (where he is one against a million)he proclaims its impending destruc- tion-hardly allowing it the alternative of re- pentance. Or, as was more frequently tho case, when he thunders among his own coun- trymen-to rulers, priests,and people alike giving them the choice of reformation or na- tional annihilation,This is one side of the pic- ture ; the other and more instructive one is, that in no singlo instance wero those idle words j the futuie, sometimes speedily, soine times more remotely, was shaped in entire Conformity to the prediction». Sacred and prof...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MR.GREGSON AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

Mlî.'GREGSON AND THE PRESS. In a cortcmporary of yesterday wo find the follow ing somowhat strange paragraph f " We pass over tbo vilification of the conductors of the Tasmanian newspapers, every one of which Mr. Gregson has used for his own purposes-bot iu turn abused, when ho could no longer control it. We have not tho highest opinion of tbo disinterested patriotism or tbo intelligence of some of our contem- poraries-but wo know of scarcely one who would disgraco himself by language which forms the ver- nacular of Mr. Gregson." Wc know not, ncithor do we caro, whom of ourcon temporaries this honorable goiitleinan may liavo used for his own purposes, but this we may assert, tliatthis Journal has never admitted a syllable from such an "unprincipledscoundrel," nor itscolumns ever been open to the contributions of such " vermin." Our contem- porary has gone too far in his generalities ; ho may answer for himself",-but bo has no right to include hi his disgraceful category, a Journal, ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SIR JOHN PACHINGTON ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

SIR JOHN PACHINGTON ON EDUCATION. Seeing the interest that attaches to this question we do not hesitate to transcribe from the''Times" part of a report of an addrees delivered by this" gentleman to the members of the Manchester Athenoum. Sir John Paekington for a short time hold the seals of Secretary of State for the Colonies, and is the conservative leader of the country party in Eugland. Ho will not therefore bo suspected of " radicalism" or any other " ism" sot up as a bugbear by the ignorant dolts, who,being so, wish every one else to be in tho samo condition. Within the last iW dayâ he bad received the last report of the Model Secular School in Manchester, whicH he hoped to have the privilege of Visiting on the folio wins* day. Whatever difference of opinion might exist with reference to one distinctive feature ofthat school, no one could dony that it had been founded witli the most laudable puYpoao, aud that it had produced the best results. titit what did ho find in the repo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE RICHMOND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THE .RICHMOND ELECTION. " Wo transcribe from tbo Daily Nems Mr. Gregsou's speech at the nomination on Tuesday last. Ou*.* rend- ers will no doubt bo highly delighted tit tho gen- tleman Uko eloquenco'of the "premier.". 1 Mr. Gltcosoif said :-Gentlemen, I appa it* boforo you earlier than I anticipated ; a clnngs of Ministry lias taken place, as you aro nil aware. Your member lia*, nceoptod office- a veiy wliolcsomo constitutional principio requires bim, nndor such ciiciimstances to rotura to tliis constituoncy, and thereby nllbrd them nu opportunity of enquiring into his condnct,nnd giving liim their vote/ if his political cireer li.is been such as to command their respect and confidence. 1 am awaro gentlemen, that to whom much lim boen given, of bim much is required. ' I trust you will not be disappoint*, d in J our expei-tat¡ons,,-'yb¡lo at the samo timo I givo you my assurance that rahaU oxorfc myjelf to the best of my ability, I have wild in my address that I luivo taken olHco to...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x