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Recognition of the Republic by England. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

Recognition of the Republic by England. (From The Malta Times, March 8.) ' Wb understand that Lord Normanby, in consequence of instructions , which he had just received from Lord Palmerston, has had another interview with M. de,Lamartine, in which he stated to that minister that there was no desire, on the part of England to throw any obstacles in the way of the Pro visional Government, and that the recent change in France will not affect the relations of amity which have existed between the two countries/' Admiral Baudin has been appointed to command the Fleet. General' Cavaignac, Governor of Algiers. The Chamber of Deputies is dissolved, the House of Peers closed, and a National Assembly is convoked. General Lamoriciere was wounded in the arm and breast by a bayonet. The Moniteur announces that the Am bassador from the Republic of the United States of America, on the 27th, went to the Hotel de Ville to recognise the Provisional Government, and present his warm congra tulations. , ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

Birth.   At Brucedale, Bathurst, on the 27th ultimo, Mrs. W. H. Suttor, of a daughter. Death.       On Wednesday, June 24, Mrs. John Ingram, of King's Plains, aged 25. She has left a husband and two young children to lament her loss. She was much respected and deeply regretted by all who knew her. Her remains were interred in the Bathurst burial ground on Saturday last.

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

Impounded At O'CONNELL PLAINS, on the 15th June : On brindle bull, ID on the near shoulder, white on back belly and tail. If not released on or before the 25th July, it will be sold. John Roberts. 9s.

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MARIA MILDRED; THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Continued from Number XX.) CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

MA^IA MiLDRfib; oa, THE IRISH ORPHAN. ,-. BT.'A' BBSIDfeNT OF THE .BUSH. f Continued from Number XX. J '?' CHAPTER V. * Whence also but from, truth, the light of minds, 13 human fortune gladdened with the rays . ', Of virtue.' Akenside. Tub conversation and subject of the party in the fisherman's hut was thua brought to a close. ' Amen the concluding word, the sign of the peroration of feeling was never uttered more heartily, more sincerely. : ' How complicate, how wonderful is man.'J Under circumstances befitting, how mighty is bis mind ; and when not under the influ ence of .superstition; how independent and uncontrollable ; and yet it is surprising by how simple and easy means the most deter minative mind may be brought to undergo a change ; Henry had entered this cottage under a resolution to protect Maria, by re venging on Dowd* How soon he began to breathe in another atmosphere. The very appearance of the interior of this hut and its inmates; their pious demeanour; their unaff...

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MANCHESTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

SSAEJC/SaSSTESK, M^STIH©. The meeting announced, not by placard but by chalk on the walls, took place at ten this ' morning, at New Cross (the part of Man chester which corresponds with St. Giles's in its position and character). Not more than 1,000 were then assembled. Soon after that hour, a young' Irishman, named Murphy, proposed. an irnmediates adjourn- ment of -the meeting to Saint George's fields, a large open space on the north-east of the city, where, he said neither their tyrant masters^ nor their ' myrmidons of the police,' cou|d interfere with them, This having been agreed to, they instantly formed in irregular order, marched down, Oldham-street ; and on their way, they broke the windows of several small shop keepers. Their numbers increased consir derably on their way; and when they ar rived, the same young man continued his speech, which consisted principally of ex hortations to his hearers to imitate ' the Scottish Patriots ' in their conduct, and in attributing the ev...

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Latest European News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

S«ates4 European Hews. The flame of revolution in France threat ened to set all Europe in a blaze, and had already produced important political changes beyond the boundaries of the Great Republic. All Italy was iu a state of revolt. The Pope had granted a liberal constitution, and thus saved himself from being deposed. Turin papers to the end of February an nounced officially the proclamation of mar tial law at Mil»n on the 22nd of February. The Patria, of Florence, of the 15th of Fe bruary, stutes that a rumour was current there that Parma was in open revolt, and the people victorioup. In the two Sicilies large concessions have been made by a reluctant monarch, especi ally to his subjects of the island. The ex ample of the King of Naples has been fol lowed in Sardinia and Tuscany* and the Italians are described as ready to engage in deadly collision with the Auatrianfl. The political convulsion in SieiJy has been accompanied by a physical one of the most destructive character. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation arid sale of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advance; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or tluey will not be received. UPPLY ;': . AT THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE ?FOR THB FOLLOWING ARTICLES :— ~fnBM& P E R of every description Mr acactcwL, poozts masters' and Servants' Act Plunkett's Australian IMCagi&fcrate, ' Price. 14s. : ' -- '.'? ;..,' -.:':, Buonaparte's Boole of Fate ; or, the Oraoulum ...?.,.. The Xiand Regulations, with the Forms of Application Lawyers' Parchments MUSIC PAPER BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, AND Church of England Prayer Books A variety of CATHOLIC Prayer Books, Testaments, dbC. K.B.— —Every article of Stationery always on hand, at low prices. CAB.COABV. THOMAS KIRKPATRICK. CARPENTER, BUILDER & WHEELWRIGHT, JJEGS to inform his numerous customers ???* and the public in general, that in future the above Business will be carried on by his B...

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. POLICE OFFICE. JUNE 22, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848

Sk.&GS£.MAEJ'S .SWAMP. (From our Correspondent. J POLICE OFFICE. June 22, 1848. Before J. A. Templer, Esq., J. T. Lane, Esq , J. P., and J.' Bowler, Esq., J. P. James Dalton, storekeeper, Summerhill, appeared on summons to answer the charge of W. Wilson, for an assault. From the evidence it appeared that on Monday morri 1 ing W. Wilson, with his wife,- driving a horse and cart on their way to Bathurst cnlled to Dalton; Wilson a second time called and asked Dalton what he had to say against him,; Dalton ran out of his house, got a stone, threw it at Wilson, but did not hit him with it ; ' he then ran into , his house, got a piece of batton, struck plaintiff on the head and knocked him down ; Wil son's wife cried out don't kill my husband, when Dalton answered, were it not for you and your children I would serve him worse. Johanna Leary sworn, corroborated the testimony of Wilson. Their worships, alter due consideration and admonishing Dalton for his hasty temper in using such...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

Impounded At BLACKMAN'S' SWAMP, on the 21st. day of June, 1848, from Kangaroo Bay.tlieEstate'of T. Kite,' Esq. : — Yellow and white cow, off rump IxP, off shoulder 8, yellow heifer calf by her side, unbranded. Red and white cow, branded off rump IxP, off shoulder 8, red and white bull calf by; her side, unbranded. Brown and white cow, branded near rump M apparently JP. over 3. Red and white cow, branded off rump, on off shoulder, IxP, over 8, on near ribs not legible ; red and white bull calf by her side, unbranded; Strawberry cow, branded off shoulder M over tVon off rump NK, yellow heifer calf by her side, unbranded.. Yellow brindle bull calf, bald face, unbranded. Strawberry heifev, illegible brand off thigh, slit in neat. ear. Red ox, branded off rump Ixp, off shoulder 8, brand near ribs not legible. Yellow and white cow, branded off rump WM, brand under not legible, off ribs CM. Strawberry steer, brand off side rump and ribs, not legible. Brindle and white poley cow, branded ne...

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RECULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

REGULATIONS. The GAPiTXt 'of the Company to consist of Two Thousand Shares of Five Ponnds each. '. A Deposit of £1. 10s; per Share to be paid tp the Bankers of the Company within the time specified in the Letter of Appropriation. / No further call to be made without one mouth's previous notice in the public papers. ? In the everit ' of any call remaining unpaid fifteen days after the same shall become due, the Share or Shares upon which such Call is due, shall he forfeited, but the Committee may within two months after the Shares have become forfeited, restore the same on such terms as they may think proper. No person shall he permitted to hold more than Fifty Shares in the Company in his own right. No person shall be eligible to become a Director unless he be a. bond fide holder of Twenty Shares. - As soon as the Shares shall have been allotted, arid the First Instalment paid, A SPECIAL MEETING of the SHARE HOLDERS shall be convened by Public Advertisement, to determine upon the Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

''''?'' .' ' ' ' M^StaXtMBT ???'?'?/?? : '??'?;? r;i Xtt'X » '%W&-' d Q' WrS»! A If T . K»T £200 SHAKES OP £.5 EACH. Provisional Committe : — .' , M.,pss,rs- WlhhlkU H. SUTTOIl) M. C. FRANCIS LORD, M.C. '?-????' ARCHIBALD;. CAMPBELL, JOSEPH SIMEONS, '??.''?'. RICHARD MACHATTIE, ? HE^RY HEATHORN, EDWAR.D AUSTIN, FREDER,ICK STRACHAN, THOMAS X). SYER. Bankers.- — IHE UlS[IOr^ BAN?:; AT BATHURST. Solicitor ! — ' MR. J0HN.N. M*INTqSH- Bathuhst. Provisional Manager; MR. HENRY HE AT HORN. THEJfact of there being vast resources of JMineral Wealth in this neighbourhood has become familiar, to every one residing in the District. The object therefore of the proposed Company is to raise a moderate Capital to carry ori Mining Operations, at a place called Summerhill, Campbell's River, about twenty-five miles South of Bathurst, but equidistant from Sydney with Bathurst, on property belonging to Mr. John F. Clements, where valuable Copper Ore has recently been discovered, exhibiting great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

FORM OF APPLICATION 1 To the Provisional Committee of 'The Bathurst 1 ' Mining Company,' Gentlemen, '' .' ' * '' I request you to allot me Shares of £5 eacJi, in t7ie above Company, and I undertake to' accept the same^ dnd'to pay ''the deposit of £ . per Share tJiereon into the Union Bank, Bathurst, on account of the Company, within fourteen days after notice of such allotment ! ?.,.. ... ? '? ? ? ??'.??? ?jNj^ie ???'?????.- Address ' TERMS FOR ADyKR^ISEMENTS.; For the first 'inch, of space, one insertion, Threa Shillings. :??-??? ? For each additional inch, One Shilling. , For future insertions, Half-price.' ' The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till counter manded. The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and all orders to withdraw, not later than two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, or they cannot be attended...

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MARIA MILDRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. ( Continued from Number XXII.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

MARIA MILDRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. BY A SBWDENT 6? THE BUSH. C Continued from Number XXII. J Henry had been at a, loss to find a motive in Dovf d for the contemplation of so wicked and; diabolical project ; as:the murder of his riieceV but Michael's 'narrative afforded him a key to the ^hple affpirV and entirely set (wide the probability of a suggestion thrown oat in the morning by old Daley, that the midnight visitor might have stolen the money'.' On the fisherman perusing the letter he lifted up his hands and repeated — ''When the weak, even mine enemies, come upon me to eat up my flesh they stumbled andiell.V = ?' '?'? Dada,' said a little fellow, who had that moment come up without being perceived, 'I was reading that when the good English gentleman first came into the house. They were affected to tears, and the old gardener exclaimed, ;?? Light in the darkness.' ' Beyond his chain he cannot go.' On their return they found Maria sitting in the house with Mrs.' Daley. Henry fle...

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Police Office. MONDAY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

Police Office. ? Monday, July 3. Edward Ordige pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s. or twenty.fou- hours in the cells. Toesdat, July 4. JameB Frany was sentenced to six weeks hard labour iu the gaol under the vagrant Act.-. ? ?;'..-. , . WBDMB8DA.YiJ0I.ir 5, Samuel Harding was' brought up and charged, with riotous conduct and threatening to commit a breach of 'the peace ; the bench considered that' the charge was proved, and sentenced him to pay a fine of 10s. or twenty-four hours in the cells. . . Thursday, July 6. Joseph Tepperneys pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s. or twenty-four hours in the cells, Daniel Turpy was brought up on a charge of robbsry,, and committed to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions'.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

ARRIYALS. / Jens 23. Xfma, barque, Captain Yule, from Lon don, having left the Downs 13th March. 3. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Captain Stericker, ftom Moreton Bay gist ultimo. , &s. Lingst'on, barque, Captain Harwood, from: , Port Nelson 21st ultimo. ' S. Pochlington, barque, Captain Bolger, from the 'Whaling Grounds. 4. Falcqn, schooner, Captain Cuming, from Tahiti, the 3rd April and Fanning's Island the 15th May. , ??,-? ..-.??'? $.' Eeborahf: schooner, Captain Nagle, from Auckland. 15th June.' . ; '...,. 4. Roseita ' v Joseph, barque. Captain Patrick, from Manila. 16 April. . ' - : ? ; ' . departures.. '; v Jcnb 28. , Josephine, barque, Captain Smith, for iojt London. 28. Bee, brig, Captain Adams, for Port Niehol* ?on. :,' 28. Ganmore, barque, Captain Gourtnay, for tie whale fishery. , , ; '?;, .-?-.- , , : , '28. Sir Edward Pag$t+ barque. Captain Biur , elay. for Hobart Town: , '.,_ . 28.;' Franklin, Government barque, resumed her voyage for 'HobsirtTown. ??'?,..'/ ' 28. ...

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PUBLIC MEETINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

PUSMO IVS33ETJNC3. TUESDAY. On Monday, the 3rd inBtant, we observed in ?various parts of the town large placards, calling upon the electors to meet on the following- day at Mr, Patrick White's long room, to determine on inviting some nroDer person to represent them in the next council ; we accordingly walked in that direction on Tuesday at noon, and in about an hour after wards a goodly number of persons had assembled at the place, when it was pro posed -that J. S. Rodd, Esq. should take the chair ;:and, on doing so, he said he did not feiiow on what authority tita aaeetiDg was called, (the placards w«rt anonymous,) but as the business of the meeting related to the ensuing election, and as the electors were there, he should be happy to hear, what they bright have to say upon the sabject. ' p. Perrier, Esq., stepped forward and said he had signed a requisition to Mr. Lord, (our late member;) requesting him to/ allow himself to be put in nomination again— that he (the speaker,/ consid...

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BATHURST ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

BATHURST ROAD   It will be in the recollection of our readers that some few months ago a Committee of Gentlemen appointed at a Public Meeting forwarded to His Excellency the Governor a Report of their inspection of a new line of Road from Bathurst to Hartley.   The following is the answer they have received :—     (COPY-). - . Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 3rd June, 1848.   Sir,— In acknowledging the receipt of your, Letter of the 8th March, enclosing a Report of the Committee of a Public Meeting held at Bathurst, respecting an Improved Line, of Road from that place to Sydney ; I beg to acquaint you, for the information of the parties interested, that, the Governor duly submitted the subject to the Execu tive Council, and that under its advice, His Excel lency considers it unadvisable to take any steps towards the alteration of the present line, during the absence of the Surveyor General, by whom it was chosen, ...

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Settlers' Wholecale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

^^^w^m^- *^$mm- SYDNEY. V TjKHpAT,.,-— l^q alteration. Hp^er* of ^an, Die nieh'a I«n4 are asking $s; ? ?d. '? eftlqpial, ^ta. 'to 5?-* acQoiding.to quali^x. : - ? ; ?' , ;??;?'? :\]-ji.pp|LT-No 'aiteratjpn 1. at Jth'e. mjll^i,' JFln^niiaj!; bq quoted at £13;. seconds, £\1. Still spniejoi'the; ol(J ^qur inay;be; purciag^d ' at las? than{ tjie: a$f prices.. ?? ? ... ;:;',',. '''.-;«'.'*.' '-r,','7..' Maize.— Ordinary, samples sof old, maize, j^t, Is. 8d., to l8..9d. ; new, la. 6d. Is, 7d.; A'greatdeai has been spoiled thrpugh heating, in the yesseh HAY.r^In the market, oaten' hay,' prime, is worth from £5 compressed hay,, £5 2s. 6d,; lucerne, £4, and dull pf sale, being very plentiful. BARLEY.—None in the market. Both Cape and English much inquired after for seecL ' Oats.— Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs. , and Y. D. Land, 5s., wholesale. Market overstocked^ BnTTEK.— Good salt butter is worth now from ' 6d.' to 8d. per lb.- byj the keg. Eggs.— From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale. C...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

FRIDAT. . ' The following announcement was placarded about the town on Wednesday morning last : ~' Mr. Francis Lord invites ' the electors of Bathurot to a nieeting, to be held at Mr. Patrick White's, on Friday next ; tbe chair to be taken at one o'clock. In consequent of this announcement a laree concourse of people assembled when it was moved and seconded that Robert Sfoith, Esq., should take the Chair, which motion vris carried by acclama tion. _„_ J ^^ The Chairman said tie meeting was called by Mr. Lord, who was ready to give an account of hw stewardship, and he hoped they, would give him a fair and patient hearing. . , Mr. Lord was then called for, who; said he had called the meeting for .a' two-fold purpose, in the first place he wished to answer the charges that Mr. Bligh had made against him at the previous meet-' ing, and in the next to offer some remarks upon the manner in which he had performed his duty in the house. In a small community like' Bathurst all persons were s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

. Kr. J. J. ASHE, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, HBEGS to 'acquaint the Public that he has pfjp taken the Office lately occupied by James Home, Esq., Solicitor, adjoining the ' Queen's Arms' Inn, together with the spacious room behind, where he will be happy to receive Merchandise, Furniture, &c, for sale, either by auction, or pri vate contract. i^M*»m.mi!*w'MMwnrvn$camBxt*3&mrmnmmmBMm»mmmamamwn SAI.B3 S'S' AUCTION, BY MR: J. J. ASHE. Mr. S, J. ASX3S Will Seli by Auction, at his Auction Room, on TUESDAY NEXT,' the Uth Instant, at one o'clock precisely, , . 'HEIGHT BARRELS PICKT.ED HERRINGS, JgpJi Time Pieces, two cases Desert Knives and Forts (one dozen each); Cloth Caps, Telescopes, Candlesticks, Tea Pots, We lington Boots, Coats, 1 , &c-» &c- V ' - ? Terms at Sale. . ? \- ?????. ? . : ? - ' ?' \ BATHURST' SA1E by AUCTION of GEN2EAL i MERCHANDISE. FLOWER~AND KEELE BW EG to apprise the inhabitants of the P Bathurst and surrounding Districts, that t...

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