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QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IMMIGRATION. (From the Empire, May 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IMMIGRATION. (From the Empire, May 28.) ii'HE inhabitants of Queensland are making SQO.d-usc.of,the experience which most of ithernjhaye learned in tho older Australian ¦colonies. It is almost amusing to note how they are carefully avoiding the" political shoals upon which so many have obstinately foundered in New South Wales and in Vic- toria, and how complacently they are adopt ing'aTpblidy which here most of them would "have been the foremost to oppose, but which there they can, without damage to their personal pride,.adopt as the surest means of gaining prosperity for the country. iTho current pf emigration from the South- ern colonies bas not consisted of a class of stump orators, demagogues, or political agi- tators y,but,; on the contrary, the men who hold'political power in Queensland, and who retain the.confidence of a large proportion of the population, are men whoso pursuits, prejudices, and interests, aro the same as those whp'here delight to ca...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

SHIP MAILS. ""[Inconsequence of the alteration in the Mme of tlie Yurrn's depnrturo, the Mails for Now South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania will not close until the following hours this day:? Registered letters, 4 o'clock, afternoon; ;: Ordinary letters, ft o'clock, afternoon.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SATURDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

IPSWICH. ; (raoM OUR OWN COBltESrONDENT.) .Satubday, June 8. "TiiEnE was a strong muster at the Criterion JHotcl,' yesterday, and a good deal of money ?changed- hands very, quietly, and without any dispute. l! The-stewards then handed over tho prizes to tho several winners?Mi'. Moffatt reading tho'hames, and Mr. Panton handing the cheques. Idid not take notes of all thospecific arribuhts, but Mr. Tait received a voucher for, the; hundred guineas for tho 'Queen's Plate," and said he felt peculiar pleasure in receiving; that prize. Mr. Single also re- ceived £136 for Ben Bolt's neat walk-in addition to Huntsman's fifty, Mr. C. Collins received prizes amounting, I think, to either £110 'ot £135; and I mention this as a [pleasant set-off to thc Sydney winnings, of ¦which Tartar came in for a good share. Mr. 'Tait,' in tho room, presented £10 to thc "Ipswich hospital. When tho Galloway prize came to be handed over to Captain Daveney, Mr. Ford said ho knew the Captain did not caro about t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

WANTED, a YOUNG MAN, one who has Tt some knowledge of the Hutching preferred, Apply tu JOS. DARKAGH, Kangaroo Point. j WANTED by a Gentleman, a FURNISHED BEDROOM, with or without Board. Apply by letter, Oflice of this paper. | WANTED, a FEMALE GOOK. Apply ot tho Queensland Hotel, Edward-street, j North Brisbane. | ANTED, a BOY as APPRENTICE to the Painting trude. Apply to C. SHALLEHN, Elizabeth-street, To Squatters. WANTED, an ENGAGEMENT, by a man who hns had the working management of a sheep station. No objeotion to new country. Apply to W. ORA 1 ES, ipswich, April 2Cth._ A PERMANENT munition in a small family, . wages jE26 a year, is open to a thoroughly competent GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to " li. X.," nflico of this paper. rp HE parent* of a young Lady wish to place X her as SALESWOMAN in'n Drapery Es tublhhineiit nt Brisbane, Queensland, she having a knowledge of Millinery, and being a good 110 cmiiitunt. Koleraices jj i von and required. Apply to 0. ADRAIN, Auctioneer, George str...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

r^X'ocnir Intelligence. CokvIyAnoe ;op Mails.?Tho Postmaster General calls for tondors for tho convoyaneo of mails from theist July to Mst Occombcr, 1861,-i5fr6m and to Ipswieh nnd Nanango,' hy- the route'from 'Wivenhoe to edington, witlt outv.erossing tho River Brisbane. Tenders wilijho reooived imtil thc 14th instAVit. JJobton's -Nationai, CmoUS.?This deserv- edly popular., troupe aro compelled to forego thoir parformanco announced for this evening: ?Mr. Burton having found that tho Telegraph could .not ? accommodate tho whole ot' His Ironpot lins been obliged to avail MniBolf of tho Yarra Yarra which loaves ior Sydnoy, at. 7 o'clock this evening. Thero will -consequently Wno- performance to-night, and our volun- teer friends will have missed a very pleasant evening. Mr. Burton promises to re-visit Brisbano, and wc feel sure that whonover he returns ho ;wijl moot with such a reception as thc recollection of his late performances merit. ? Riii'unif or 'rnn. GovEnNon.? On Saturday a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

NEW SOUTH WALES. We have Sydney papers by the Yarra Yarra and Telegraph to the 6th of June, The Herald writes :-                       Sunday last having been named by the   Governor as a day of mourning for the late Duchess of Kent, was observed as such by a great number of the citizens; many of the Metropolitan Churches were hung with   black. At the Congregational Church, Pitt street, a sermon appropriate to the occasion was preached by the Rev.W. Cuthbertson The Government and Consular flags, as well as those of the shipping, were at half mast throughout the day, and minute guns were fired by the Harrier.   The recent floods haye entailed, much suffering. At Grafton, it is stated, tho people are not only without tho luxuries but many of the necessaries of life. At the Richmond the floods haye been mo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CLARENCE AND NEW ENGLAND. (From the Local Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

THE CLARENCE AND NEW ENGLAND. (.From tim Local RijKft.} Bi-Weekly Mail to Armidale.?Tho po tition to be forwarded to tho Postmaster Genornl by tho Urara, steamer, to-morrow morning, will lie for signature nt this office to-day. Those who havo not already signed tho samo will do well to call; for with tho telegraph now nearly completed, such mail will confer a boon that all must desire. The Escoht.?Thc escort arrived on Tuesday last, having been detained through the bad state of tho roads. The quantity of gold brought down was 54.6 ouncos 7 penny- weights. Tins Custom House.?Tho sum of £750 has boon voted for the erection of a Custom house at Grafton. Tho Clarence and Richmond Rivers Steam Navigation Company's Bill has passed the Parliament, and received tho royal assent on the 9th instant, a copy of which has al- ready appeared in tho Examiner. Cultivation of Cotton on the Clar- ence.?Three very fine specimens of this plant, grown by Mr. Havendou, can be soon nt our office during to...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[BY TELEGRAPH]. MELBOURNE, Monday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

¦ flJY TKLEQHAJll. MELBOURNE, - Monday, June 3. Reports' aro provalont that Mr."Loader has resigned. A frightful murdor has been perpetrated at Collingwood. "Valentine Curr-iu shot his wife with a rillo, and thou attempted solf-destruc tion by .poison. ? Lieutenant Sutherland, of thc South Austra- lian Rifles, obtained tho iirst prisso, the Vic- toria Cup, ut tho Bide Match. ? Discrepancies have hoon discovered in tho returns of bonded stocks, tho quantity hither- to stated has boon 2000 hogsheads too much. Some speculations attempted but without response .'..'¦¦ Tuesday, Juno tl. Loader's resignation' notyot announced, but it is understood has beon sent in. Thc'llonsc dividud equally to-night on Ireland's Real Property Bill. Arrived?Wonga Wonga, from Sydnoy. Wednesday, Juno C. Thc Legislative Council rejected, hy a majority, of six, the Bill to Abolish Stato-aid to Ruligion. Tho Assembly took a sudden fit of attach- ment, to business,, and went through the remainder of tho Estimate...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

Drew's Queensland Drug Store) (tinder tbei Distinguished. Patronage of the "People.") (JiJEEN-STREEt, BttlSfeANfe TO. DREW would enll special attention to ? his now ronowned "TOOTH-ACHE DROPS," prepared by himself, and whioh have been tho means of curing many sufferers and giving inimedialo relief to all who havo used them, THE MOSQUITO LOTION. Tile Mosquito Lotion has givon the greatest satisfaction, and is worthy tho attention, of all now arrivals. Drew's Antibilioua Pills Prow's Dugong and Castor Oil Pomatum - Drew's Seidlitz Powders : ' Prescriptions carefully and promptly made np. Effervescent Drinks suitablo to the olimnte. Kre Insurance. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY. Office?Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydnoy. Incorporated by Act of Connell, 18th Viet., 1855 Subscribed capital.... £250,000. S.D.Gordon,Esq.M.L.A, Chairman. R. Jones, Esq., M.L.A. Deputy Chairman. T. 0. Breillat, Esq. M. E. Murnin, Esq. John Fairfax, Esq., Thomas Holt, Esq. Surveyor?James Hume, Esq, Secretary?...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS.   By' tho Telegraph wo liavo intelligence from Sydney up to Thursday ovoning. Nothing of any groat importance is to bo found in tho papers, hut wo collate; tho sub- joined summary :-? Tho composition, of thc now Sydney Uppor Hoiiso was tho thorne of goneral con- versation and speeiilntion in that metropolis, A solection-from tho l'ormor number-pf inoni bors wtis considered necessary on account of tho terms of tho-Duke of Newcastle's dos pateh on tho subject, and Mr. Wentworth made this ¦ point a ' condition upon : his acceptance of tho office of President.' The following; list: bf twenty-livo lins boon pub- lished in tho Empire ns correct, viss,:?Mr. Wentworth (President), Mtv Robertson, Mr. Hargrave Mr. G. Allen, Mr. A. Berry, Mr. E.Deris Thompson, Mr. Richard Jones, Mr. John1 Oampholl, Mr. -Byrnes, Mr. Oakes, Dr. Dickson, Mr. J. B. Darvall, Mr. P. Fiiiicott, Dr. Mitohnll, Mr. II. M. Roboy, Mr. Bourne Russell, Mr. Alexandor Scott, Dr. Macfarlane, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. PUNCH ON. "TEETOTALISM." (Privately Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

MR. PUNCH ON. "TEETOTALISM." (1'rivalcly Communicated.) Mn. Punch acknowledges tho receipt of the January number of the Scottish Review, containing a criticism on tho popular cogno- men of his fanatical friends, the water drinkcrs.'nnd a proposnl to re-christen the big Lancashire Lad by the stylo and title of " Ne-ical-ism " (Professor Miller, tho Scotch surgeon, standing godfather). Mr. Punch's opinion being solicited, he begs to express his philosophical judgment as fol- lows:?- ?'-'?.-' ;" - '¦-'¦. i 1. That if the thing bo right, tho old name isnptamissj arid will do as well or bettor thdn'tho' new one' proposed ; in . fact,, on per spnargrpunds he objects tb needless innova- tions on old-established names. Punch tastes as sweet, and works ns potently, under.;the Indian name of " Seven," ns it would under that of ¦usquebaugh, or whis-kce, or "motiu lain-dcw." Its literary namesake is tho cause ' of asi much wit, mirth, and fear?and tho: histrionic representative of tho street oc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

'Tf AtT.WA VS A\TI Tl? A MWAV.Q ,iwviajiv,iXJio t\i\iJ ±t\.tyi\ii\i\.lp. (From tlio Iimpi e.) - -As the majority of tho people are dissatisfied with tho. costly experiment of railway com ?wtinic'nfioh in this colony, and aro now crying out for tramways; 1 will proposo Iho cheap1' American system of railways,-willi such improvements' ns the experience of, roKi i ii cn t' jiract ica 1 engineers may justify us in adopting, wherein will bo-combined tho! advantages of both the railway anil lim train-: 'Way,, iiiul thc -manifest defects iii' holli avoid-,! {Oil-!;;'; Ju making railways in a country like this, where Ibo population is not so largo,as that <.f Manchester or Glasgow, nnd is spread «yer a vast: territory, where Ibo trudie will bo'very limited in proportion to tho length ot tim line,'theniin of the engineer should lia'tlitf ojclcivsion ovorr the-greatest possible d/iHtance of Om least quantity of; materials at thc lowest eosl, with the view, of fho;spee<ii...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. MONDAY. JUNE 10, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

Wljt ?0mm\ MONDAY. JUNE IO, ISSI The Jotters appearing in Ibo papers touching on the present condition and future prospects of the working classes in Queensland, plainly 6how the exis- tence of a great diversity of opinion on this importaut subjeot. Unanimity can- not bo expected; for on the one side arc those who naturally desire high wages, and, on the other, are those who would liku to avail themselves of labour at the least cost. It would be well if accurate information were within easy reach, es- pecially just now, when, judging from the number of steerage passengers the weekly steamers from Sydney bring, thereappears to bo a disposition on thc part.of those who Jive by manunl labour in the other colonies ' to try their fortunes in Queens- land. :?;-:;., We have not hastily formed the opin- ion that in none of thc Australian colo- nies, not excepting Queensland, is there that ample provision for the exercise of the free energies of those whose labour is almost nil their wealth ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

8klrplns_I«'^licence. j A"1' .1VAL. ph, st va, *..-".I-^--, ./. ivujus, u us. wiener, oiuiuu ±<vi* guson.J. G. 8 ffljth( M'Pherson, F. Clark, Per kins, A. Hi' jj-ey, G. Bourne, W. C. Rush, W. Lewis, h. V jokey P- D< Mansfield, and 45 in the steerage.,., _.¦ ? -; IMPORTS. Telegraph : 1 horse, J. Lilly ; 2 casks peas, 2 «&i|tgj£nlting,.,l ditto barley, 4 cases, 1 cask, 2 "¦boxes "raisins,' 10 cases whisky, 4 quarter-casks Wine, 6'cases porter, 6 ditto ale, 2 bales, R. 8. "Warry ; 2 trunks, 1 case boots, J. Illidge; 3 cases chairs, 3 paokages bedsteads, Curter and Merry ; I case stationery, H. Abott; V case glassware, 3 cases, 2 packages, T. Hood ; 3 cases, Biddle; 9 loxes,collars, 8 drums oil, 8 iron kegs, 8 boxes glassi'2 cases paper, 2 ditto dry colours, Hall and Dalton ; 1 trunk, Miss Barton; 1 horse, Mansfield; 13 bags onions, 22ditto .potatoes, Order; 2 horses, 1 cart, Hickey; 2 horses, Hood; 4 horses, M. Busher; 3 hhds ale, G cases brandy, 1 parcel,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

THE ¦COURIER ¦IS..NOW PUBLISHED TV-A YT. V "' ' subscription per quarter :? ?- » > In advance, 153. ' Buring the current quarter no charge will le made to present Subscribers for Hie additional papers supplied._ Steam to Sydney. THE YARRA YARRA, from the A. S.N. Co-'s Not, Wharf, on MONDAY, lOKh instant. ^Steerage Fares Seduced to. $3. .",'. .,, ...;?:. GEO. D. WTjBB,; , ".'"' '!.'.'¦'.'," ? rAsen!". ti'¦-' Steam;to Sydney. :; -;?"'¦" TUB TELEGRAPH, from the A. S. N. Co.'s New Wharf, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at IO o'clock. GIO. D. WEBB, Agent. For London. 1"\HR brig BESSIE. A] afc Lloyd's, . 600 tonB fourthon, . Benjamin Davies, Comma oder, having n por- tion of lier cargo engaged will meet with quic'^ dispatch. ^r'-f "ninVnn 1 r/itb 5 Por cent. Tallow 70s per ton V ??¦¦__?'¦ ..Hides 508 per ton of 4'j J . P?»age- . ' Fdr Freight or Passar te, apply to ' WALT jER GRAY; & CO., Ipswich j or lo ?: ;. J. &. G. HARRIS, 'V ' . . Briabnne; iGthMay.lSG'i.' £100 REWABD. WFj, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOSS OF THE SCHOONERS SANCHO PANZA, AND CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

L0S3 OE THE SCHOONERS SANCHO i PANZA, AND CHASE. ' '".Thc'..Sancho-Purnta sailed from the Richmond -'River with a cargo ol'cedar, tte. bound to Sydney " un Wednesday,' the 17th April; on the 21st she ?.'? encountered very heavy weather from the S.W. ; ¦'! on tin' 22ml tho vessel was found to bc making i> Keven im-ltcs of water per hour, and the gale' still ¦: increasing. Captain Pratt deemed it necessary to j, run fur Trial Hay for sheltor; sailed again on the 2Gtli, seeing that an easterly gale was likely to ? como on, and the vessel coulif not lie,there in safety, was compelled to put to sea,' mid stood to 3. ?Hame night. ? At 10 p.m. was oil' Tuckinv Point, . wind S.S E. : pul, aliom anil htooil to X-.:nt/:'la p.m., ' '-'heavy -rule's IVon'i tliv'E , willi heavy roll, -. 2,*th, nit 4 h.m.* terrific- heavy isipialls, with vain. Took in foresail, A-o.; .sliip under close-reefed ui|utill.« and . ?l'ore;niiii,iift canvas;; 2 fun., blew'tho topsail dean * dutoltlie hjilt iiipo.-i; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 June 1861

VICTORIA. We have files from Melbourne to the 30th ultimo. The Flying Jib, on tho night of tho 23rd, escaped from the slings, and broke his off thigh bone. Mr. Anthony Green was called in again to allond him, and pointed out the state of bis limb. The horse was at onco destroyed. The bones wore taken to Mr. Green's residence, to bo carefully cleaned, in order not ouly to show the recout fracture but tho disoasod styfle, the origin of his .former lameness.?Argus. Alex. M'Loan, convicted of tho very serious assault upon bis wife by hacking her with a sword, has been sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. The Argus of the 25th says: - The new collection of casts from ancient and modern sculpture, lately purchased by the trustees of the Melbourne Public Library, and de- signated the " Museum of Art," was opened yesterday by his Excellency the Governor; a largo party, including Lady Barkly, Major General Pratt, Mrs. Pratt, the Chief Justice, Sir Redmond Barry, Mr. Justice Williams, Mr. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 June 1861

^ VICTORIA. Some of the volunteers engaged in a sham fight, at Castlemaine, on her Majesty's birth day, seem to have found tho service not altogether without the dangers of the field of war. The Castlemaine Advertiser says;? " One of tho Kyneton Cavalry distinguished Himself by attacking a square of infantry bareheaded, his cap having been shot off by a blank cartridgo ; and we understand that a couple of the Kyneton troop were slightly wounded?one in the wrist, and the other in the neck?by blank cartridges, from the close proximity of their charge on the infantry. One horse was also wounded." The Age says:?Tho newly-landed Gover- nor of New South Wales has, already an opportunity of showing that ho will be no party to the reactionist game of obstruction, so notably manifested of late in tho chief Australian colonies. He has shown at the Btart that he will govern for the benefit of the public, not for that of a clique. And such official condemnation of the peculiar tactics of tho di...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 June 1861

MELBOURNE MARKETS. jFkmv Mclbomrji o wo have papers to- tho 30th irisfcttiti Ikotti tho Argus we oxtriKjt i[ao fol- lowing:? ' Thu produces -.market romains hx aJ.most pre- cisely tire same condition. Elou\. ilas ^ccn bettor in- doman d tho lust dn<j or lwo ]]ut prices have 11 rule;-gone no cb ,vrlP0. The mil- lers aro pretty wc ll Biipphci\-W;tj, wIlcat) mi(1. do not care to add much tny t,lcir sto(;kg ;n tho prosont uncertai 11 state . ,f tho niarkot Lnst wcok prices wo co <tccl-,n;ngi ai)d th-s we(}k aro finn again, ni con jj0q?once of a demand .that, may bo onlw temporary, and if so, thc tendency-will 1) e il<Vwimrd nnain, for there is nothing m th c Into intcViigonco from tho neighboring c< domes to. indicate otherwise. ¦Malting barley ivpuld now be purchased to .someextent it ;ui the, market; but, none offer- ing, tho price 1* 'almost nominal. Oats con- tinue in good ( annand, ana tl)c pl.;ce is stea,ly. Tho hay mar ^ has beon fully ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CHINESE CHARCOAL BURNERS. BARK HUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 June 1861

THE CHINESE CHARCOAL BUHNERS. I bc Ba mc Huts. Our readers will recollect to have seen in those columns a short time ago, a report of an iuquest on the body of a child said to bo the offspring of a Chineso charcoal burner, residing at Liberty Plains. Having heard a good deal about this Chineso Utopia, wo visited it yesterday, and have arrived nt thc conclusion that it is no Utopia at nil, but a scone of vice, filth, and social degradation. Some ten or olevcu miles from Sydney, on tho Groat-Southern lino of road?(what a delusion to apply the adjective " great" to this " Slough of Despond ")?Ibero is a primitive township delighting in tho vulgar name of " Tho Bark Huts,'" and situated on tho margin of "Liberty Plains," a tillo which might very appropriately bo converted into "Libertine Plains," ns will moro fully appear in tho sequel. Tho " Bark Huts " uro Humorous but scattered. As human habitations nothing moro wretched eau be imagined. We have hoard a good deal about " mud hovels,"...

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