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No title [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 26 October 1843

WE are in the regular weekly receipt of a very respectable and well printed, " THE MAITLAND MERCURY," conducted by Messrs. Thomas William Tucker ami Ricfmrd ¿6n^, ¿he ^ th^ jViirp^ petiiimtitiff t!î« t^ifttètîvè\Çoiiiici1:tâ'^Mtii'JM'em-j ber to dífe Legrçtju*itefó/-'.-tl>¿ ^town àfj ^iffëtWn of iítStriiííé thoïM fa'* ' twits, were urtamift^usly'"-.iuioplfrf,rr-. l;THíít^ ftetíiotr W Âf,é£iisí$itfv£4 Cofïfèfl |T¥ÔVΫÇ-; that "ti* , n cçôriîa iic¿ ^íítw ¿fite' fio WeVsgHñ fed f y; Itié Att'of$&«^ cáf*. 76. Section $f\ttief iijricè ii'vtaiheir; consideraVioirií1 ?!?# j)rV>¡vrÍé^y nf is^táV HttgtW to&tí ^ (VQÍWthe towxwéf MatîMtWf*ftd creatéN ewèmU lier tô the ^gîsÎatîVc Çouhcil ; and öl Extelletfcy thé Xtoïètû&fùt' kit <?on teni Ä«d approval Thapiri ^>f Newcastle being the soie outlet of .ihë rieh a&d exiérislve^ district of thc <rïîunter, the Legislative (jbmtól» be fwtííioned to recommend that it be «1 free «rat;ehotifii...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

bíUiÜCE !-SPttUCB !-SPRU CE (pi 0 0 £ nm\ rON'FKÔTIONF.Rf \y Vtffiivli und BUeuM linker, ** îtîi tîi'-ir ivxc.« nejes. Sir Geor<í»j|pipf>s 9 ,\i\ Sir M si ¡n ice O'Connell,) in re'iinuhig tViuk* to Ivis ti amorous friends au«l ^la ir;>ns for past ta vor?, bcjs to iufortn them t*«ti tUo Pub!generally., th;*t ho has c->ftttn*itfrcd making u superior v avranííMl ?<» keon auylrn^ut or timo and \» uní' climie, AÍ til« same FiHCü AS <MNC«Kll BEER, «kh Us superior ADVANTAGES. MU C. l»e£* í'if her to ttn1b*<% th a* fv*>»-y ?illirie in fm COK FKCTíON KU V ï) ivP À RTM !. NT, of the v¿t<y best qua hi v, iSridc, Christening, and Biwifd VAv * Kinds to ord« r, nrrrameute») brign^t clvaslQ #* ri «I npprop inte st\ic. Jeiljea, Creams, JUanehm»n.£<*9, Custards, &Ö, &C. Din- ' uer**. Bid!«, and Pic Nie** Tuvni bed in thc t>p«l styl-e o4 ari,*aud oa iho mo»t roaspn: totdö Ur ms. Ar. C itop«t by punctualit...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

THE WÏNBSOtt EXPRESS f AN» R Ö ND ADVERTISER TiiÜÄ^DAV, NOVEMBEU 9¡ Ï843r ÍT ie wi tb considerable grief wc " - * ' ourselves called upon to animât* *>i\, upon the conduct of those parties who formed the Committee for framing and obtaining signatures to a Petition to the Legislative Council agairst the discos« timi nee of our Gaol and Quarter Sea» sions. The Committee had not been many hours formed, when the neus arrived that thc Pujío; Ma* is jr .us .Und 'been struck off tte Esurontw. Upon ! lthis a great part of them immediately! went to work,«nd canvassed the Dis- j trict for the ; purpose of obtaining signatures to what? To a peitioni truly, but not to the petition they were bound to support. Oh, no, that must ; remain in STATU QUO - that must regain in the back ground until aj numberof signatures had been ob ained f to ti'C pe ition for the co*»v ¡nuance of a > resident Police Magistrate -amongst us. Such condue« tacitly implied that they would petition io be allowed-to -...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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ENGLISH NEWS. (From "The Australian," and other Sydney Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

; ENGLISH NEWS. ^FroBa " The AttMraliati," ajoá other *6ydficy Papers*) A motion most important in ita results to'the interests of die ff^ckmaster* of New Soudi Wile*, was brought forward in the ll ouse of Commons on the 17th of July, when Mri/Wood «lovedLfor die abolition of the duty on ail Foreign Wool. Thc r question oo heing put ivas negatived by a majority ot 142 to 70. The aspect cf affair* in ireland tva«*ex trcmely unsatisfactory. Itcpeal meetings were being holdeu in ali the Province!, and 57 magistrates had been suspended.» for having sanctioned them hy their n*o Sence. In the House cf Con:tnoo?, a motion hy Mr. W, O'Dricn. foe o select commit tte " to inqturo into thc causes of discontent in Ireland," wa« ne- gatived hy a Qifjoiííy of £13 ta I0i4 after thus tilths' de tm 19, Tho u Dabïtn Evening Packet" «y* ¿ 1 Weliav« been s ppr bet! Ly a gfatletftfil from the Gotinty af Öovn of chèloportant f'äct, (hat French ctlicerf, disguised at pries H^hiuro been ©rganheing «nd dril...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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THE CROWNING CHARM OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

tflE CROAVNÍ NO CHARM OF . 5u.. ; NATURE. V XMi\rbtfût'*tn to-fitark (lté rorarnin<r ri«e Over the easter« snmroits, like B brih *tlmushinfl with tiie fund secret of th« pride She dares to feel tn him whose lort > supplies All her foti soul desire* ; and to tlieeve! a Dear then the flowers in green conceal ment spied. ^ And wet with d^w : pleasant theshedotty side, lt$|i Doon,of mountain towering th tho skies, ?'«¿SU*-'éfr 'tis »weet to hear the breeza # advance ^Through lite responding forest, dense and tall ; *'Andr sweeter ie the moonlight is the danco And natural tuusio of the waterfall : IwSut oh,'mid the.se, from her we prise a gi acree - Qt tender love*! the crowning charm , mf all.

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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POETRY. (From the Port Philip Gazeite.) BACCHANALIAN SONG--FILL, FILL THE GOBLET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

** tttom tte Port ?M¿íp 6aà*lU,) B À GÓH AN ALI A N SONG-FILL, PILL THE GOBLET. Fill, fill ibo goblet high tb tbe brim ! Quaff till a drop remains not within ; EnjoyHfe now-long, long it ean't last For TIM E make the present too quickly tbe past« Youth may enjoy Lorena kiss sud emile, îivanescènt^s ibe rainbow, 'twill last bot a tim«* The jolly God alone can to life joy impart, Drown every car«1, and give joy to the heart r. What though this life should glide like a river, On, rn in ii« course till it mingled with lifers «ea ? -£o the riper be wiffe, and fortune the girer Let il flow fatt ulong,and with it h^arme, r 'TL** (tit. . All tim «rnliUf Wh*l h the world for bot to er>)*y it > Part wine from mirth, bow ««on va «'estroy it ! Bui join them,and chen yon give mirth a toni. That, filled «dib sa<*h raptares, would ne'er brook contri. j At the shrine, then, of Bacchus we'd poor an oblation ; i-. .Hound our te*p!ei let's WTcithe gay chaplets of »we,' And livingr in ...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

BIRTH — Yesterday, the 8th instant, at Windsor, the Lady of ROBERT JOHNSTON, ESQ., Solicitor, of a   Daughter.

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WINDSOR DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

WIND$0R DISTRICT COÜSíCtL Ix our last Number we stated hy mr«- j take that the District Council adjourned their last Meeting to Tuesday 14th inst. nWe«ow beg to correct such mistake, and to state, that the next Meeting . will take place on Wednesday the l5th -instant« To-morrow the re-consideration of the case of the Pol ice Magistrate of Wind : sor takes place in the Legislative Coun: eil. The Police and Other Magistrates of the district, Hergymen of the various sects of religionist, the Wanlen and Councillors of tt»e -District Council, together with Mr.George Bowman, Mr. Caddetl, j un. and Captain Scarvitie.have been, requested to attend and givê evi: deuce, if required. ' Several local artich s, irv type, mus* stand over for the present, including Th* O ¡a ty ^ kindly furnished us by Mr. ii/ Quîiife. - . * Tie !a*e accounts from C li i ti * are "any thing--twit encouraging in a commercial < point of view. A private letter received in Sydney a few days suve«*, s ates, t...

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ABOLITION OF POLICE MAGISTRACIES. (FROM THE "AUSTRALIAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

ABOLITION OF POLICE MA- GISTRACIES. (FROM TH E " AUSTRALIAN.")   It is an opinion entertained by no a tmnîî portion of the public, that the course pursued Ivy the lon nc i I in fttoö li*hing the greater portion of thejPolice Magistracies of the Colony was rash, indiscriminate, and likely to pve rise fo constdernhlc inconvenience. It is our dn'y to say that we hold the very re Terse opinion. We think that for se- veral years past the country has ~ as res- pecte resident c wwtry gentlemen of in-. dependence and of intelligence; snfBci et*t to exercise with advantage the most ^ important of the functions which .ftp* pertain to the ^iagt«tf^cy^hee# ;ri*>é, -for the ahcditton of t4iese *f relics of the dark ages." Hence we view with a-p prohaHon^the measure rccentiy adopted by the fl ouse, and even if several of the remaining »even -Policé- Magistracies j had shared the same fate, we should neither iuivebeen sc rprised flor g; ie ved, HNo -maa wiil deny, it is true,, that...

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VARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 9 November 1843

VARITIES.     * AN AMOROUS PUN—Who is that love: ' ly girl ? exclaimed th* waggish Lord Nor* h a ry, riding in company with his long« ; *as*d friend, Counsellor Granary. & Mist G lass f replied th« .Barr wier. Glass ! 'reiterated the facetious judgs ; bf tie love which man boars to woman, I should often become * intoxicated' could £ place such glass to my lips ! The counsellor fell from his horse in a fît of apoplexy. THE u DARNLEY JEWEL."-This very curious piece of the workmanship of the I6th century, which formed one Of the finest gem« of the collection at Strawberry Hill, and which was purchased at the aale there last summer hy Mr. John Farrar, of Wardour street, London, fora large sum, nod after an active competition amongst the bidders, has j «st bern - bought by her Majesty at the price, it is said,, bf 5ö0 guineas. lt ivas about to oe so ia io R foreign collector, vvho is inpossession of the celebrated iron ring 0f the unfortunate husband of ...

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DIARY, FOR NOVEMBER 16TH, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

DI AK Y, ron Nov t. M BE a 3<3TH, 1S43. j ? 21. M. . . I ; Sim ri?es . 5 7 j ÍM;H SHS . Í) S3 1 Sun ot» Prin.V \>J'iVal y ¿D fron) noon W<.íiii*fs A.s.o 24 dtívs i y,-. J» ^prii'itiv 98PÍ^ D 3 mont,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WINDSOR EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

*TO ÏStïi ËOITO R - OF Til ii VfctJH 3SOïl SLR.-îe it true thal up^vnrdsof £24 v*v§ itjfirtMi!;(<! hy the pond peuple of * Windfcnr towards _ p«\ing the-fine ¡MI:' pu---»'di>n Mr. (.àforge 11 rru;^r,and that he was l-uck\ enough to ^eiiUMtiy h:df *>f it ? " ". (»\ I 'WK do lin know hew nn-ch wns sub.* «ct J Vd, not having seen th*- ti «a ! »5» rip: tt«/U lita We believe lt is «so^ E^i i VJPÄVÜ-M t US.-r L O.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

« IPRENCH Èht A AR. or ros IT a TUB SCOTCH KIBK. JEy S fi ROSIER, requests the * at tntion of lils PaVrons,and of thi&so who have oot yet favored hhu with a visit, lo tn* late assortment of D HA P Ell V OO O JD S, which he offer* to hi« fiends fc^id the Public af such low prices as VÎTJ defy com pethion.^ The, Public 4s well aware. that ia (he present sa te ol «íFairs, Goods can be nought in Sydney for Qmh rsome* j mes less than h a I f ( h e J'D^sîïih cost prices« " The following as a firoóf, is well worth llie afteution.of.Farah vM&s, &e.r&<5,~ , Sj d. Cr >od white sidrtine calico. tia siííeníno-, from -ju 0 3} per yd. . -At fitton H oli and, «I ou fi le - width 0 ' 7|- do Do, Print (kessel, fast fl;»l«M,.3 G'érdí'es» Do. Moussetaine d» Laines 5 0 per rio 3")»». qwias'& Prt'neh mubiin 2 Ï0'»er do ¡ .Do. Drill;», fron» .... .. V 6 per yd, i Do. ï.a«n ifor *lnrt fronds 1 G per do I) ». Unbleached cul ico .. 0, 4 per do D>. Woo...

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER . .^^ww".I ' W.tm MBWJPytW./UMIl, li L" I MN ,1 Tau ii SD A y, NOVEMBGK ,10, 1843. A MEETING of the Windsor District Council was held at «lie Council Cha nu bel's vestenlay afternoon. 1 here weie present the Wardf n,-and Mesar«* Tompsoo and Tebbutt, Councillors. The Warden in opening proc eeding slatedjthat ibis va« mt a<joumed -iSpe ciai meeting, called fVnr vhe- purpose <;f electing the different Officers required under the Council, rn o re particular ¡y 'the Treasurer, Surveyor and < ieiU. He then read lie Minutes of the dast meeting, after which a desultory co<** I versation took placeas to whether the ; Surveyor who ndght- he appointed would be debarred fruin pit va Le prac- tice. Al the request of the Warden, Mr, , ToïT'.pson then commenced tending- -the various applications winch h id lum -received since the las nu-et ng, namely, fur the KI tua lion vi Í rrasun iwM.efcfl g, W. l\ Wilshire .and C. Whicker. Sur...

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LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. The second reading of Hie draft of the Bill of the Monetary Confusion Commit tee, waa fixed for Tuesday evening, when its fin ul doom most probably trill be scaled'. lt is iutiiled, a Bil! To Restore Public Confidence; and to Provide for and Re- gulato the Issuing and Lending of Lan il Board Notes and Pledge Corlificates.aBi) for other Purposes therein contained.'* The preamble sets forth, that in consider ation of the monetary confusion and de- precation- of property which pre vol throughout thc Colony, it is expedient, und^r certain rejru^tio.s, to assist the CtdouiHÍs iorUvul«ally»by tbe interposition of the credit of tho community, and if therefore provides for the appointment of Land B >ard C^muiissioners, for advanc* ing to anr person or person*, on the secu- rity of lands in New ^»ii?^ Wales, Land Hoard Notpg end Pledge Certificates, to h<* madennd issued hy the Commissioners The 2nd, 3rd, -Ith, 5iii, 6h and 7th clauses treat of die oath to h...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, NOV. 10. (From the "Australian.") [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 16 November 1843

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, NOV, 10, (From the " Australian.")   Mr. Wentworth presented a Petition) from certain inhabitants of Windsor mid Richmond, exprès inertheir sen«e of gratitude to he House for the System of re renchment which had be*n erv forced;; «nd praying that, as one of he means for alleviating the present dis: tress an impostor restrictive duty might l>e put on the i m port at ion of H H foreign wheat and bread-sttiff. A fter some ob * elations from the Attorney General, Mr. Wentworth and Mr. Windeyer, the Petition was received. Mr. Terry moved a Resolution, that it is the opinion of this Council, tilgt it is expedient to maintain the o ¿Ree of Police Magistrate of Windsor. M r. Bowman seconded the motion. Mr. Windeyer observed, that in order to move such a Resolution, *it would be necessary to give previous notice thereof. j The Speaker suggested that the pro- per course for die hon. and learned member for Camden to adop would ti«», to move that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

TO tBT* N e*célle¿*t \¥ARM of. abo«! 56 i^m Acre« ©f1uÂND,iu two enclosures, at the Nepean, <&c, near tho Wesleyan Chapel end School,-on which is now * meting (and will sonn be tenantable.) a ll RICK COTTAGE, with «Mt Rooms, a Kitchen, and servant** room, To «are trembler the Rent will be Eighty Pounds Sterling -per Annum, jpay ble Jralf» ye a rj y. " To en tc r i n t o p o s . aaion ou the first of January ; or, if the winding Tenant would ^purchase, the Crop os it now stands on Twenty Six Acres Wheat and Twenty Acres of Hay, immediate possession \v i I Ir be given, ALSO, "v' Near tba above FA HM, Twenty AereR .now under Crop-Barley and Oats; it i« excellant LAND, and wtdl watered. Kent modérale, and j!us Gro.p would be di-po^ed of at on co. vvitb the Land. * Ap.dvprW. BOWMAN7. F^a , ifhdi inoivfl, (or MR. GAD bl, L' S, *. ' Br i d <re «tree!-, Svdnoy,) or ?<> view the Pr mises, ¿pjítyrtó \U a.* À Tiwi X ¿ Q«N f lieder, of \Viudsor. Richm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

G. A.. EA GAR, Printer and Publisher, Fitzgerald Stree», (adjoining Mr. PRIMROSE'S,,) WINDSOR, N*wr JSoutii Waits. Advertisements ar» charged-foi" the first*ix lines, ls., and lil. per line for all above that number, c&Ui iuscrjan*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

*Toorjft!!(tf«sf3imiBR8-Thf» first quar: terNt subscription-'to this Paper will terminale with our next Number, when we hope our friends who have ¡ not paid fer it'on delivery, will favor us with a speedy settlement of their small accounts*

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1843. THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

*THK WIHSSOIl BXPRS5S ¡ K T C H M O NB A OYE K Ti SEH pi «i i mi ia min it i i rr tn- ~ THU «Sp AV, N OT EMBG li S3, 1843 TflK CROPS. We nré sorrv to find «that thift.wwt fcnil smut prevails much in some of the vheat fields, particularly iii the low- land and la^e sown. The wheaten die I ichmond hot toms appen rs in general IP o re free 'from damage than in other * parts, ther * being some really very. excellent crops in that vicinity« Reap- 1 r»g is now i he general order of the diyt ! every liaud having to tuni4o, for the last few hot days aecomp?mit»d with ] liot winds Ins ripened the -'grain so ra- ] Si<Myy that the Se tiers can hardly get, ands to cut it down quick enough.1 Oood reapers may now get or"14«. per acre, and the price is likely to rise daily, if the hot winds conti nae. The j hay crop th's year has been wry pieu- I tiful, hut the quality is not altogether tobe admired. It rs in general very course. ' A day's rain is much needed to refresh.the corn and pot...

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