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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.—MAY 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

LATEST 1 WGL*SRI N S. BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.-MAY 14;,1826. THE principal parliamentary business of the week has been the Corn Bill. The Ministers have carried their measures, but not without a very formidable and difficult struggle, in the House of.L ords. Upon this occasion, ,many of their oldest, firmest, and most powerful sup porters voted against them. -'IT is now generally understood .that the Parliament will break up on the 27th- of this mnbnth, or, if it should Sbe impossible to get through the business before the two Housed in that' time, that will iiot exceed'tlhe first " week in June. STna Ministers, as far as they are personally concerned, are very well satisfied with the present Parliament, and with very good cause, and it is therefore their evident wish to protract its continuance as long as possible. There are, indeed, several peculiar reasons on the part of Goverment for delaying the summoning of a new Par liament. One of these is, that the recent events respect ing...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-On Monday the 18th instant, the Ship England, Captain Reay, with 148 male prisoners. Sur geon-Superintendent Dr.Thompson, R. N. - Sailed from London, on the 6th of May. The guard consists of Major D'Arcey and a detachment of the 39th Regiment. Passengers-Mrs. D'Arcey and family and Mrs. Reay. On the 21 st, the Governor Arthur, John Stapall, from Port Dalrymple, the 15th instant; lading 400 sacks flour, 4 bales wool, 300 Kangaroo, and 100 seal skins. Passenger Captain Taylor, of late ship, Caroline. DEPARTURES-On Sunday the 17th instant, the Wlood man, Captain Leary, for London direct. The Brig Anne, Captain Grimes, for Melville Island and Timor, and the Ship St. Michael, for Newcastle. PROJECTED DEPARTUREs--The Brig Fairfield, for Lon don, and the Ship Faith, for New Zealand, on the 1st of. October. RElMAIN IN ITARaoUR,---His Majesty's Ship Fly.-7 MERCHAN1T SUJPs, Portland, Engldnd, Marquis of Hunt ley, Faith, Regalia, John. Bull, Ardent and .OrJpheus...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

. DiARY. ME~ORANDUvM FOR 14Hz ENSUING WEEK. *" I SUN rises, 59 min. past 5.... I High Water at Port-Jackson 56 mrin. past 11 in the w Forenoon. High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Aft l I Sun Sets 2 min. past 6. 18th. Sunday after Trinity. S Last Quarter of the Moon, 37 min. past 7 Evening. High Water, 15 min. past 11 Morn.-55 min. past I Aft. The Sun enters LIBRA or the Spring Quarter at 45 mm. S past 12 in the Morning. High Water, 30 min ast.2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aftern. Day, 12 hours 8 min.long. 1jHigh Water, 33 mid. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Ait. St. Cyprian. I ?.I High Water, 36 mine past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Aft. S j High Water, 40'mid-past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Even STATE OF TIHE WEATFhER DUlING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE' HER'tOER METR, :TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND .12 M. EACH DAY RESPEV?BR "V " r . WED. THURS. 1FRID.. SAT;. SUN. MON. TUES. 59-67 58-76 64-7V 63--48- 66--70 64-65 61-63 Clear Clear Cleari i Hazy. Fair. Heavy Tem Wea-' Wea- Wea- , : Rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

OICE.-WHIEREAS; on or about the 20th of July last, r. a saill unbranded Baoll f.a Year'old, joined my Flock on going to Hunter's, River. Ainy persoin .giving the descrip; tion of the said'Bull, may have him, by proving their property aind paying the expences. CYRUS MATTHEW DOYLE. Sackville Reach, Aug. 25, 1826. TUST RECEIVED, AND ON SALE BY G.D. BROWNE, " 99, GEORGE-STREET ; JAMAICA 'RUM' IN PUNCHEONS -AND BARRELS, HIGH PROOF HOLLANDS GENEVA, -AND COGNAC' BRANDY, OF A SUPERIO ? QUALITY; VIDONIA AND :PoRT WINEs IN PIPrs'; LOW PRICED BARCLAY'S iBOTTLED BIEER, AND ALE AND PORTER IN HHDS. SGunpowder, F and I F in half barrels. Shot, A. AA. B..BB. and Nos. I to 7. Stockholm Tar and Pitch. Cordage l1? to 4+ inch. Soap in 112 and 56 lb..Boxes.. . Cahdles, Mould and Dipt. • .'Slops Assorted. _ Deals sawn into Inclh Boards. Bar Iron assized Flutes and Squares. Nail Rod Iron, Small Sizeq. CHEAP AND GOOD SPIRITS. N -.SALE, at GEORGE MORRIS'S, AUSTRALIAN HOTEL ;- Sterling., Old Jamaica Rum........

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CONTINUATION OF COBBETT'S LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

CONTINUATION OF :COBBETT'S LETTERS. IT. seems to us very strange in this enlightened age that Protestant writers- like us cannot publish a Protes taiit Bairioter's ppeech in faivour of his Clients .(the latter being Catholics) without being called mad, or possessed with the devil! Yet strange as it appears, such is actu ally the case. Our religious friends we believe would go down upon their very knees to us to abstain from pub lishing Cobbett's letters ! But so far from being moved bytheir distress and entreaties, it is as much as we can do to prevent our bursting into an immoderate fit of laughter? Their fears appear to us so childish, that the more earnest they are, the more risible our faculties become. What ! after calling the Catholics all the bad names to be found in the Dictionary, and" after 300 years of vituperation not consent to one solitary ex-parte defence from t'other side ! Suppose Cobbett be a liar--surely the humou Srous way in which he dresses up his tale will ato...

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History of the Protestant Reformation continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

History of the Protestant Reformation continued.. 28. AND now to thq other charge against the Catholic.reli gion; namely that it is unfavourable to the producing of genius and talent, and to -the causing of them to be exerted. I am going, in a minute. to prove, that this charge is not only false, but ridiculously and most stupidly false; but, before I do this, let me observe, that this charge comes from the same source with all the other charges against the Catholics. " Monkish ignorance and superstition" is a phrase that you find in every Protestant historian, from the reign of the "VIRGIN" Eliza beth to the present hour. It has, with time, become a sort of magpye-saylng, like "glorious revolution," " happy ?onstitu tion," " good old king," "envy of sarrounding nations," and the like. But there has always, false as the notion will presently be proved to be, there has always been a very suffilcient motive for inculcatingit. BLACKSTONE, for instance, in his Commentaries on the Laws o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

GOVERNME.NT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT. 19, 1826. H IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR hereby, gives Notice, that certain RULES AND ORDERS OF THE SUPREME COURT, dated.the 9th Day of September Instant, and numbered from Nine to Sixty 'inclusive, have been transmitted to England, for His MAJESTY,S Confirmation and Allowance. By His Excellency/'s Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. PUBLIC NOTICE. COLONIAL SEC SCRETARY' OrncIx, SEPT. 19, 1826. VTIIE CHIEF JUSTICE hereby gives Notice, that they J Rules and Orders of the Supreme Court, dated the 9th Day of September Instant, and made by him, in pur suance of the Order of His MAJESTY in Council, will commence, and take Effect, from and after the 'First Day of October, in this preseknt Year; and that the same are now printing, for the Convenience of the Public, and will be ready for Distribtigon at the Office of the Supreme Court, on the last Day.,of the present Month. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONiAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT.'15, 1826. PERSONS wi...

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(The following Letter though stated to be a Letter from New South Wales, was really written by the late Judge Field, and who by means of this fiction thinks to screen his friends, and to impugn his successor in office, whose shoeslatchet he is not worthy to unloose. Ed.) EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, DATED SEPT. 23, AND OCT. 5, 1825. AND INSERTED IN THE MORNING CHRONICLE OF APRIL 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

(The following Letter though stated to be a Letter trom New South Wales, was really written by the late Judge Field, and who by means of this fiction thinks to screen his friends, and to impugn his successor in office, whose shoes latchet he is not worthy to unloose. Ed.) EXTRACT OF A LETTER 'FROM SYDNEY, 'NEW 'SOUTH WVALES, DATED SEPT- 23, AND ocTr. 5, 1825. AND INSERTED IN THE MORNING ,CHRONICLE OF APRIL 25, 1826. "You will learn from various sources how greatly this promising colony is suffering, from the determined sup port which a certain guilty party has obtained, in spite of incontrovertible evidence, and the just remonstrances of the most respectable persons in it. The most res pectable men in the colony have been attacked by libels in the Sydney Gazette; and it is now ascertained "that the writers of thenm are of the lowest description of per sons, hired by . and the government party.. Mr. Marsden, who will now have justice done him has, fair rly &xposed the infamou...

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THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few—POPE. GAME AND CORN LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-PoPn. GAME AND CORN LAWS. LORD LIVERPOOL stated in the House of Lords on Tuesday, that crime had greatly increased during the last seven years, compared with the preceding seven years; that the increase was not nearly so great in the metropolis as in the country, and that it was greater in the agricul tural than in the manufacturing districts. His Lordship recommended the fact to the serious attention of the Conn try Gentlemen, and pointedly referred to the Game Laws as the source of the mischief. It happens most unfortunately for the community, that the two things which are in the judgement of the country gentlemen essentially necessary to their pleasures and their prosperity, cannot be had without a sore sacrifice of the public good, namely, the existing Game and Corn Laws. The consequence is, that to secure their amuse ments, squires demoralize the peasantry; and for the sake of their profits, they starve...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated the 17th April, 1826;—for Copies of the Paper relating to the conduct of the Magistrates of New South Wales, in directing the Infliction of Punishment upon Prisoners in that Colony. Colonial Department, Dowing Street, 17th April, 1826. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 18th April, 1826. Council Chamber, Sept. 27th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

NEW SOUTH WALES. Return to an Address of the Honourable-the House of Commons, dated the 17th April, 1826 ;-for Copies of the Paper relating to the conduct of the Magistrates of New South Wales, in directing the Infliction of Punish ment upon Prisoners in that Colony. Colonial Depart ment, Downing Street, 17th April, 1826. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 18th April, 1826. Council Chamber, Sept. 27th, 1825. MAY it please your Excellency,--The Council have taken into their consideration, your Excellency's com munication relating to certain prosecutions commenced against three gentlemen in     Henry Grattan Douglas, commission of the peace, re- Donald Macleod, and siding in the district of Par- William Lawson, Esqs. ramatta, for passing indefinite and irregular sentences, and causing punishments to be inflicted contrary to law. Before the Council had ven tured to recommend the propriety of legislative inter ference, or to suggest any specific c...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 September 1826

THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1826. AN unyielding foe to all kinds of illegal power, a firm friend to legitimate freedom, a man willing to suffer damage in defending the rights of mankind, may, like the martyr for. piety, have justice done ..him perhaps after his death, or even after those tyrants are defunct, at whose oppression he levelled his shafts, and on whose heads he poured the thunder of his eloquence. But living and acting in the centre of conflict, his friends will be few, and often uinsynlpathisidtg, while his enemies will move heaven' aid earth to wreak their vengeance on one whose exposure of their tyranny, holds them up to pub lic execration. WVV are peisuadecd, in a small society like this, where the selfishness'common to all men, ren ders the majority languid and indifferent about the rights and properties of their fellow-citizens, so long as their OWN persons: and purses appear to be free from, intru sion, that were we to be shut out from communication with th...

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Sydney, 3rd August, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

Sydney, 3rd Au9u1vl1&2& I H nAVE had the honour to receive your combiinimcaulmoi f the ist. instant, in reference to my letter of the 27thl 'iEf, Jus. May, and which notifies to methat the period is riot ar: when you. shall have to call upon me for a i'turn" of he births, matriages,` and deaths, of Romani C(th'6lice. 'f he present year. And in reply, I beg to state, that -whilst txhe "'regularly established clergymen of the' Nafioal -Chii ,," and other clergymen of amore modern 'church, are peiidMt ed by His Excellency the GovEUiion, to' elebrate inarriag~"' in cases where both of the contira ctfig 'paities: are iCtlioies, it is utterly impossible for ine to fuirnish the required raeftuns. It is just as easy a matter for His Excellency the' Go iii~Jtt to enable me to perform .certain duties, as to require the per. formance of theim wvhen it' is hot in my, power. I?aim c6n vinced, however, by the knowledge I-'have of' the justic'e "inrd imparuiality of His Excellenev'...

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Coloial Secretary's Office, July 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

Colonial Secretary's Office, July 27, 1826. REVEREND SIR, I have received your :letter of the 24th instant, in answer to one which Ihad the honor of aiddressing to you on the 18th, and as it appears that you have entirely# 'nisunderstood a part of my 'cohmmunications I anm now directed to inform you, that it was the language !/ou made use of in your letter of the 24th ult. respecting the conduct of GOVERNOR MACQUARIE, which called for the expression of His EXCELLENCY GE NERAL DARLING'S surprize 'and displeastfre, atdcommunicated to you in my last letter on'this subject; and- tot anty remarks of yours on the cuonduct of GoVERNOA DARLINGO,'.ar ou seem to have understood. " I have the honour to be, Reverend Sir,. Your obedient Servant, (signsd).. . . ALEXANERn IMLAYb Rev. John Joseph- Thetry2, Rioar Cathiot Ciapalan, S?S dney. . . . . . . """ ? • , ,', V 5.;

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Sydney, 24th July, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

S: . '-, Sydaey, 24th*. Ju4., 1826. HAVINt beeri employed in the performance. of my pro fessional ditties at Liverpool, Parramatta, and Windsor, for the greater part of last week,' I had not till yesterday, on my return to Sydnev, the honor to receive your'Letter of. theh lth instant, in which you are pleased to notifvy to me that "His Excellency thile Governor cannot avoid expressing his surprize and dis-lAeasure at the injurious opinions I had so unreservedly avowed in my letter of the 24th..vlt. respecting His Excellency's conduct and at the very unbecoming lang guage I had m'ade use of in speaking of the public Institutions of the Coloily, the Orphan Schools; and that n ) other system than that which is at Iresent pursued iii them, and to which I had applied in my letter such indecorous Epithets, can be adopted consistently with His M1ajestys instructions as signi fled Iby His Royal Letters Patent." In reference Sir to this notification it is my duty to submit that it cannot but...

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Sydney, 29th, June, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

SIR, Sydne, 292th June, 1826. Youx letteiý.of the 27th instant, which I had last night the ,honor to receive, relieves me from the: very-painful sensation which was created in 'my mind;, by an unintentional misrepre sentation of a part of..your letter- of the 18th instant; but I re gret to learn, that mine of thee24th has, not been sufficiently explicit, and that it has conveyed a meaning, of -which, in writing it, I had not the least idea. However, 1 feel it my duty to beg to be permitted to' avail, myself of this opportu nity to state in explanation, that I. never' entertained,' much less avowed, unjust or iujuroup 'opinions of GoveRNOR MAC QUARIE. I always believed him to be a great and a good man, and I still respect and ievere'his memory. He was certainly, for some time, prejudiced against ine, through the misrepre sentations of an avoiwed adveesaryv and:of . a concealed one: but-the penetration of his manly mind having soon dissipated this cloud of prejudice, he discovered me ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

DIARY.. . MEMORANDUM FOR. THE ENSUING WEEK. , j SUN rises, 52 min. past 5. High Water at Port Jackson 46 min. past 6 in the y Morn.-20 mih. past 7' Evein. to .MICHAELMAS DAY--Queeinof Wertember' born. E , I High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn,-8 at Night. M Sun Sets 9,sin. past 6. St. JEROME. ZI' 19th. Sunday after Trinity. S High Water, 15 min. past 8 Morn. - Day,· 12 houris 22 miri. tb? i i I I High Wated, 30 min piast 8 Morn.-54 min, past 8 Even. SI New Moon 34 itin; past 1 Morn. ' . Im'- High Waters 15 mini.- past 9 Morn.-87 min. past 10 at .Night. , : I- I High Water, 10 i, the Forenoon?a20 min. past 10 Night, S-l-' I HigIh Water,:35 min. papt ' Fdren. ~48 min. past 10 N. STATE OF TIlE WEATHER DUOINJ6 i AST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERqMOMETIR~R TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M.. EACH DAY RESPEC.TIV~IV? WED. THURS . FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. 52-66 54.--57 55-58 56--63: 53-60 58-64 62--73 Fair Clear Light Eine, Clear Clear Sultry Wea- Clouds . ,Wea- - W?ea ther . ...,..ther. ther....

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Extract from a letter from Mr. W. D. Hall Merchant in Lima, to his brother in New South Wales, dated early in the year 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

.Extract from a 'letter from Mr. W. D. Hall Merchant in Lrnma, to his.brothIZr i .New South:Wales, dated early in: the year 1 6 " 4 LIMA is at present in a'critical situation. The Span-.. lish General Rodel is governor' 'of Calao, and r-e are "nominally under his; government,;. but for 'many days we are without any of his troops, nor have we any civil governor, or any municipality exercising authority. Small parties of' Patriot Montonera, (a kind of irregular soldiery. who frequently act like freebooters and banditti, enter the city every day,; and sometimes ob. shops and hoizses.).? Thirty marines and an offiecer fioiri His Ma .jesty's ship Canibri.ge, 'are stationed in Lima, for the protection of English . persons and property; by day they are quartered in the. building of the Consulado near the " Plaza or Great Square," at night some of them are distributed in different Ei?glish houses. All the English have fire-arms lqaded, and in some houses, some indivi duals of the establish~...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, 18th July, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

Colonial Secretary's Ouce, 18st Ju.ui 1826. REV. SIR... Having cornnunicated to the Governer you,. letter of th? '24th uit. in answer to mine' of the 22nd, I aim direced 4p ob aerie, that, iithoui entlering in this place, into the question your right to solemnize the marriage of Protestalnts, neoitwniA standing the judicioul injunctions 'of Governor Mac tiarle ;. ,His Ea'celleniy c eannot avoid ep nusng hit surpilte aand di pleasure, at4 th iajuriom-t op1za ons qru 'a hvei so rIreseriulyI Iv'owed respec!i'g' his owafjctu', aid at t'ue tflry ua.'ccamnipg Isoagr7ag2 aUu have· made uw 3o f in ]p'nhrinsr of tiae pm'liac ? jtitrt'o BaR of ;,st Ce- c To, tee o "'i. S-aooh. ., referri to the Cbarster of 1icfcrporatwon of hiW iiutee.t fAr the C iqfrci. and Scýiool !,aeds; f/ort mtn t liacire-ecn, · .i1at he sc'teni ha eic is purvieHC at those scIIo'Al.v, and to Whic h!o'a apply aU ' inke corou:a. epft itRj, is the onlt one whkioh can be. pursued cnsist-" ant with His Mfajestu's ihatrcutions...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AanvALS---On Saturday'the 23~insttat, the Schooner., Samuel A. Drybesdale master, from New Zealand on the. .b , 2nd instant; ' lading 120 fur seal skins.--On Sunday' the , 24th instant, the Schooner. Prince Regenit, D. Salmon.,.,. master, from a cruise with a quantity of turtle, caught in lati. 20. No Departures of consequence this ;week. PROJECTED DEPAnTURE?S.-The brig Fairfield, .Capt, Work, for London, is announced to sail on the 1st proxi min; also the, Governor Arthur for Port Dalrymple; the., ship Faith is destined for New Zealand on the;4th. Rempain is Harbour as last week.

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COBBETT'S LECTURES TO MECHANICS. LECTURE NO. 3. To the Mechanics of England. Kensington, 5 o'Clock in the Morning. February 3, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

-LECR?~ g 1 MECHIA[CS. LECTURE NO. 3. ýThoiU MecAManie ofEnlnin~d. kensington, 5 o'Clock in the .Morning. February~3; 1826. IN my two last Lecttres, I addressed you on matters that belong to all nations and to all times. My remarks applied to the general principles relating to money, and the effeet'of money upon prices. 'This present' Lecture will belong (happily for the rest of mankirid) to this now -miserable and "Imperti~ " natioin only. You have, as well as others, been witnesses of what has now been go ing on for about three months, in what is called, the ".Commercial World"; but which is, in •fact, a mass of .:gamblers as barefaced, as wicked, as mischievous,, and as: dsigraceful as ever existed in the world. The.affair has in short, for many years-past, been one great ad universal bubble, arising, out of the necessities .of.the.Government,, which necessities have arisen out of its ei'f'rts to prevent' justice being done to the great body of the people, by' giving them their f...

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