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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE,' . ' ? J ? ARRIVAI,. ... , '. "?' ii Tür¡y,3.-Orsfton (e.), 210 tons, Captain Creer» ?v 'jj from .Sydney 8rd, and Newcastle 4ih iustanti Passengers-íllr. uni Mrs. \Vtylin and six' clrtl» >. V*;, dren, Mrt. Steedon, Misa Tracy, Misa Créer, Mr», % Lawrence, and child, Messrs. Ross, M'Evilly^') Kenucdy, nud 3(5 in the steerage,,

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

- EXPORTS. ' 1 .M i, . July 3-Urara (B.)I for Sydnoy : 1480 bogs _ maize, 469 hides, 22 , brilei wool, 740 staves, ,G > . cases eggs, 3 coops fowls, ? 70U ounces gold, and , sundries: > " ' ? " "

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

DlîP-AItTUIlE. "" ; . >; July 3.-Tirara (s.), 400 tons, Captain. Wise- man, for Sydney. tl'assengers-rMr. and Mrs. . Barnes md child, Mfessra. Bayldon, \VilloUgliby, Devouald, and3 in.tuo steerage.. . .'? . -.

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Tuesday, July 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

S YDN E Y. . [l'ROM'OUR CORRESPONDENT.]1 ? ».. Tuesday, July 2nd.. Ox Saturday the' 29th Juñe,,, the Sydnc^Koluntecrs ' took thc train; as, mi¡\ 'jà^B^ifi$n^tia&. from thence *--.i- - -, "7 . sion 500 Volunteers of ají arms^;:;i:^:_ Thc news from'Nèw . Zealand,sug-. ' gests the possibility.^ of y another ouU break. The Maories; are not satisfied' .with;thc terms of the last ? treaty, and arc at thu present nioinent in. a state of passive rebellion. The Bishop of New Zealand waited upon General Cameron, Commander bf the Forces, and wished to discuss the New Zealand question, and convince thc Genéràl.of-the wrong the: :Maorics were: suffering at the hands of . the British Government. Bu t the stoittold soldier seems to have ino relish forarguhjpnt;br logie ; he was therese saidj\'f. to. p'rç^scrvp'tlic-.Qucen's supremacy.'ànd* he nxeant to^do it." . Ameeting of empioyers in tho lron trade was held . on Thursday, . 27th Juiv£ to consider'the eight houjf s qucs -tïbn.V-lloaolüti...

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TENTERFIELD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

? : ,,; TENTERFIELD. ï> AN- adjjpiiüafld). meeting" w,as yield on Saturday/ at tito Vcufiei'njild Hotel, for the object of" estabKshing;. r^ces at Tenterfield. Mr. Wilson .occupied thc chail-j and read to the meeting a docu-. ment fPopi the. Department of Lands,, in reply to-n. memorial from the,inhabi I tarlta for aV'aiiKpf1 land" for a race- > r.course ia winch lEhe prayer of the'- peti-. tioaers was Vcccdcd- to. The-chair-, 'man urged the necessity of1 immediate - i action, to make the ground, available, as a racecourse. . , ," , Mr. Morrcssy moved thc following. resolution:-"That acting upon thc fetter from the office of thc Depart-, ment of Lands relative to the .forma- tion of a racecourse at Tenterfield,, resolves to communicate with the Sec^ rotary for Lands, requesting; him ta '* " issue instructions to thc gentlemen now surveying land in this neighbourhood to mark- ont a racecourse in the spirit of the document referred ; to/* Thc motion was adopted and .gentlemen no...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

X TlIimsiMY; JULY:4TIÍ, ! ' r 'PUISSENT : The . Mayor, > Aldermen Jones, Payne, Avery, M'Fadden, and .Gilmore. ? - . : Mr. George Robinson signed thc de- claration, and toole his a scat as Alder- man of thc West Ward,-.. In the : place of Mr. J, Henderson, disqualified; ? The minutes' of thc last meeting wore read and confirmpd, : ? ¡ ' ¿ ?" . Thc report of thc lato > election was Tread and signed by the Mayor. - . : Tho Improvement Committee, ro poj'ted that they had examined -Main- street; and found that the contractor had cnmnletclLhis work '. th cv also re 'commended^ ílitot flt contractor for Wharfrjs^ tjiw: 'ótt^c^iftijí;^^ . ; Tb'iilínty coBk^or^-raortcd thftfc. he had pnid into the bank £13 9s. 6d. . r It was then resolved thajfc Messrs. Webb and.Hill bc paid the»:»balance of £19, for Mflrj'.streetj also that Philip Bale be pm¿ £12, on aqoqunt': pf Wlmrf-strÄt.V^. ". : . Aldcrman\Vi?Í5-^r)0scdr Alderman PAYNK seconded, "Xfhat tljo^súbject of the punt bo afrain b\ught u...

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NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

NATIONAL SCHOOL. A/WBBT'NO,. convened by advertisement, was diold|on>FÄy uVdmug, in tho School of Arte. Tberolfrero about from Aileen to twenty persons .présent. ', ,--*MK A LÁIUMÍSB.occupied the chair, and.cbnv fnence'd tha proceedings by alluding to the apathy (despite tho late paper war) of tho people., with reference- to tho cáüsd of education. Tho mooting, on 'account of tho patísity of áUéndance, assumed a conversational diameter. Mr; J. PAGE propdscd, Mr, Vt. Anciimi so* ?dónded, " íliat a; 9ubscííptidit list be then opened towards tho repairs df tho National Bchool-houso nilli teachers residence, and that tho gentlemen present Form rt ddmmittco Tor carrying out<tlio abovej Vii,,-Messrs: tílinnirtanj Laman; Att- water, -Archer, íóne-,. Fisher, 'Hyde, Maxtod,. Gtiivanelli, AjkihsonV Mitchclhall, Payne, Nor* i mari, and Page.'1 ' V Mr. CilAi'jrAtf said tho beauty pf- tho National j systenl was that tho Children-t>F pirents: of ullj .sedts Could fae trtttght in ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

BIRTH.   TINDAL.—On the 26th June, at Ramornie, Mrs. Tindal, of a daughter.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SALES BY AUCTION. ^ NORTH GRAFTON, CLA'RHN'.CE" RIVER. POR POSITIVE:SALE. MONDAY, the 15th July, JB.Y^RL^J0|JgT,HjUMA 'Those .extunsiye^' and .valuable; prc-' mises hnovm as^tjic , COVAL BOILING-DOWNi EáTA^ ' BLISHMFJNT/ . / 'situated on. Caries ' Crc'eKßSl Navigable; tributary of the ß * ? v CLARENCE RIVERJTï '> I close-to'thô important ' ' " ~: TOWN Of NOltTH GRAFTON,.' Tó&ctlier Svitli about 161 ACRES Old - 1U0II. ALLUVIAL LAND, . all wei) fenced, and a considerable por : 'portion'ofwhichis cleared andunder '-''cultivation; ffhe improvements are 1 '^mmérpùs/'anaiin addition to .thc . steaming htuTjflL include , a sub- stantial, w\l\Lbuilt HOME " STEAD/ padapo||,. strong yards, - arid every -bdwnpnvenicncev foi} ' 1 -'carrying on . a Tañe' boiling, büsi f . " ness by steam powir. . . ' '^' ^ 1 In addit'ion' to tbè above, tberp -aie ' about J . / .fj NINETY ACHES OF RICH LAN$ " V:'securely fenced, and. containing , sundry improvements, held under lease fpr a. term of abo...

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PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

.1'ORT PE^ISON.." ' Wc hay^,:had' ^ ; addition . to pur population^ ': by; * tue *,Buon'apavt, ' froth: Sydney; ; which; brought the charterers) ' Messrs.' Bîaclc âlïdi^IM^ thc nficcasaryiStaÄlof.iricii - to' form ! ali interior; .station.; .Tjieyy brought'* with; them,, besides a large quantity of,stores;, two. tçama, of b.uljpçks». ten br ' twelve: horaés^áljd thirty sheep, -which' arrived 'iii' ácellénit. condition... Çaptain. Robert '^^^riSyyalsçj^ passengeii>, and he is 'ij|i|(Ml^eï^çting n pûbliç. house. ...Tlie^ ilíáó^ñ-ljpá'rcl if largo, quip» tity-of-opintaf ^^flutirtblc, goods, and as they«sup-v 1/pbsed.^^ Î^Âco^icntly get in /. a^y free," ** tlTcy dicT^iiot provide, themselves - with the necessary cash;' and the! custom- house officer :- would; hot take tlifcir, cheques, which involved - the.' necessity ' pf erec|ing'aj". teraporpiry, custom-house to,re|eive Jthje; .gbgfe.'^,- , rc \ ) .". ./? Byythc^Presto,.''; day; we received a, furl^e^'a'dji^bn pf cight tb^ ow';ppp...

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COTTON, AND ITS CULTIVATION. PART VIII. ENGLAND AND INDIA COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

- COTTON,--ANDf ITS T CULTIVA-] . » « TION, - ËNGUI T PART VIII. tAND itint4 corröV. :. Great BritAlisas ever made the growth of. cotton, not \aniy in lier-dependencies "'rlut'"'with friehdly nations favourably situated for raising il, a source of constant . encouragement. V)ii\the Gold Coast oí Africa her agents naveiliipplied the native chiefs with seed ;\anm it is said the,}; hnuu Hy increase tue quantity in Culll¿' . . vfitioii. -.In New South Wales, aniiounci's a philanthropist, cotton can be raised to -i-/ '.any coii5idera'>le extent, and capital is at ' once.applied to produce it upon the rich : hanks of the rivers .of Australia. Butt; : India; I nglard looks with thc greatest hope.; . and as. her. statesmen cunningly, ^devise:' waysand means for...th«¿^STjjx«íi ' . .-i', once of her greatness from the^t -tyipi{ ' recoürcesi of the -present," Ker.>.^:tiire'-ls >s ^madeô^pffl^&çUc . of - continued . poiver, ; because t^y feel that on the banks of the : * «Gang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

¡ A SITTING Ä RFPRO' V > .sonô'oki^fâebiitlcntou. Apply .tb Office;Prhffifotrect. . ,318 HOFFNUNG' ' AND CO., ^wareiQiOom^^jlfchcs,. Perfumery, ÍSaddlery, ffiwyffîtbois, Goî;l arid iSilver' ;,:Jü5vp|fery-,;'. :,\ya(:clics, '¿Musical .Ipsfru'^ REMOVED lo Miiiír^w pjttmises,^ ^Yyiiyard-streofc, fèydmy; two, doors '.west .of thc Bafrk afiNar. SniirltaYuIea.^-^.---. ----3111.'. .*. FUIE ÍND LIFE INSURANCE COMPÀNV. LI FW liKPARÏME'NT: ' vl'hcpremiums received in .this dc* partment in 1859, 'amounted to .£127,415. . tf.víhc Directors invite attention to thc fbltawbg: advantages afforded by thc .-Company to persons taldug out Policies on.tlte lives ol themselves and othcra :, piPçeiniums on plans adapted-to live fViirious watt»'ot' the public, including among -tithers the HALF-PREMIUM ? SYSTEM VWVXAXH TO THIS COMPANY, A - BONCSM declared and guaranteed when the policy i"¡ apnjhcd for. ; No Lmliû i ly ?? of /Partnoiislrip, ' the Bonuses not^ucTngr contingent upon, profits. ") / J X The B...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

I LATEST COMIHEÍCÍÁL;'';! PÍLODlíCn ÇIRQUl/AllS. y - " - IVHOLESAÙÎ. Awu\'4lfi during tl>u p ist, vick 'lowe beni ,boavy, b"nne<i lui h. en r ititi)/ brisk", ni»} prices liavft boon pitlh will m imhmfod ^ ? ^ ;;.s'Iliwbi:iit muí Hour mrivnls'-'tinvo ,been very .heavy, wheat is held firmlv, but flour has given 'woy1 bighill. *.;.;I!|¡!Ui nolls well nt ls Od, and-pbUnrd :afc ;about itliojnmu ' Iti.'Mnizo win iairtlomand nt''4sc3d. . . Wo bare .'disposed ol' over 10,01)0. bushels during tho.wook' safcthat figiir-:. ?-Tp -w/.. ?.'ííLuoei'ue Hay-AVu hiivo- sold' 'several ? loU :ht : ifip.'lOs : :6!i to ni. 10». ta about the regular runs : .'.'.^Wollongong. Mutter ia UK fair dniunnd. attli. for primo p»i i eh. " 33ucon~3d lo Cd, per lb. , ' v «, kvfiBiiyloyy Knglish-63. to 7s. pciv bushel ^.$¡$9 v OWUo, Capc-Ca- -* ? ± ? ?" 1 ïiBrau-lu fi I por bushel " " /T.Buttiir~<)il'.olaporlb. 1, 'Cahra -¡Iii i lo j.Dij cudi <i Cheese-Dd lu fid >? . I" ^toufrr(|...

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THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND RIVERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

.TUE IMPROVEMENT OP THE CLAB '?' ,'ENOE AND IUCHMOMD »fTERS. I .. ' ' TO TttB ÉDITOK OF THE" MAMINBUl ;'; > j : öjiii-^Aa tili« ia a. .question . of great itnpor taupe io tho résidente'of tlie distriot, ; Ivoannot; refrain from layiug boforo. your ' readers a si'ig-i; ¡reslion made to mo by ii friend somolimo back,5 mero especially as thero aro considerable) doubts BS to tho plan"proposed by tho Engincert for' i Harbours, being tho bait for tho permanent im-, pMvomont 'of tlio oiitr.mcb of : our uiagnillceiit' riT jr, ' Thora is also another matter upon which :nuuy have doubts, vii-.,,a» to what portion of (luv ^0,000 is to ho derated towards tho Ira-'; provomont (' tho.Richmond Kiver'/$iriver tíintj '(ÁA/W»years will riyal thosClofenco botU'in. '^mJuTaWif and ^ródUotíoriíT'^ " »*-? ,' /c'JiTow, aa tlio suggestion pf : wy friend was .ono1 ?{hi'fc> would in a grout monsuré.in tnp:Tnicahtím'ej ' cbaflno the ' operations. nutt cxponditiiirb of .tho! "Government toono,barbour'.,. ...

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SOCIETY FOR DEVELOPING THE RESOURCES OF THE CLARENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SOCIETYIfOK DEVELOPING-,TITE Till: SOUROI5S 'OF TJÍK 0LA.BEN0E. '. * TO TIIK KDITOIl OF TUB EXAMINER. , 1 . Stn,-T cannotJiojp congratulating/my fellow/iv sidents on the formation of aSbcicty or Association I for Dolloping the immonso ïlesonroes of tim I'ia I tnot, bolioviug,(WI do.thafc'it is,'" just tho tlûuj* I I, thc doctor ordered ¡ 'V' not'7, only ;,for infusing; i j'hoalth and prospority,*, among, pur glaziers,' far- >\ [ mers, nnd othor prptlncors, but as a ir cans of' j.iiriiting 'all classos''tog<¡thor for tho general gooç! ' Land advancement of tho district.;.by tho way, 1 lirnlhor regret so soo that ono of tho most wort hy I aldermen of your town should liavo allowed his' i fooling6.to.be so far carriod away in-farour ot t tho.ostoblishmont. of an; agricultural'society, ns jiio.ypetniit: himself to. speak;in .;tt' disparaging, '....nwmnos of any olas», moro particularly ow .that ip Wry nf .ïiio our priwt position I . 1 ,tri,sr.,'however,-; that tho class-th...

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RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

mouMONü nivjîu nisTKror.jr ' TO TUB EDITOR Ol'. TUE l; Vi MIX RU" , ,'-J;¿ Stn.-A great tient lia« been enid ¡i;il nviltín "ol*! lat« about tho q'u¡ilU¡¿» of tl>i> Uteiimoml ltiv<:r/ ni Ronera!, uiiil moro purlioularh' Ilm lfe.nl/,; about, winch, with your pi'.nmasion, I aluiU -pre- sently show that thov luivo not only dono na an: inpislicc, but profl.-T! ndviso upon n eubjuct of which they oro totally Ignorant;. : '; *¿ ....'«« i In tho first piners some Hay thu JTcnrta nra : nql I worth expanding money on. Now- I;aiiivoflV( i t-iflercnt opinion. If sailing vuseols. cap'gQfhu tnul out of tho Richmond fieada whdo Btculnorj/,; nro'bar-bound m tho Clarence, bow miiokioiisnfr' could Btcanicrn «orne .tb"i.ltOüJUoUmoud'.*'.:v-.CJç*ii tarnly tliorOjliiiB bean vo9i¡ebi-':barrlionn.dmH::loij(líí aa two moijilk at a (linty but duruigiw^ioli.pet'ioai| iboro.was not a week paatt biit iWlmfcCft- Bttamor]! 'couldlmvo çot in or out.» .'i'liore iVonl¿ ono yfad ¡ that mil ¡aka Ball...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

> . "fi' cí'm TS , r_- TÖ<SYI)N EY fjpHfi \iá.\ know» atfnuibinf AfflQTJGlrís hereby g%ii, that interest,, ?;4 yc(lby this %?ch °nl<ke<* >* OnVdeposita M l^y)%hs,,4 ,p,ei\ cunt..perftnnumK . _ ' jpi\\ drpQsiisi<fffr Qjjftoqths, ^ percent. /ncr annum.' If 1 ?> ' Q"n depots fqr 3 months, 2 per ceiit.^ -."»er annum. > , ^ i . BwMt POST BILLS with) interest!, plded at these rates respectively ave la&ucd payablp, to order. 4 HENRY CUTHBERT, ' '- ' \ "Manager. ^Grafton, April 1st. . 2 TJÔTTCËT "ÑÓTIGE. NOTICE. 1T -VOLUNTEER LIVERY Mid 'BAIT' STABLES, Pitt-s'rcet, opposite Victoria Thentvc*, Sydney. -"Messrs. ' HEDGATE, BROTHERS, beg 'mow ?^..respectfully .to inform ^hc. gentry; of. Sydney and it^i eÄWroifs, ttrUlcjsr from ¿he coiuiüyJl&c-;^haÍ tiifcy haVb tafeen . s thc above ^Âmo^utfpreiçjiMs, hoping . ^by stiiet xwcgn^.ymd application to .¡business to Receive, a share; of,that ? patronage AjfJfich it will .bc their;...

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WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

WAR IN NEW ¡ZEALAND. M Tuc news by the Fawn only tends io confirm our worst forebodings respiring the state of affairs in ,\New Zejdand.' The great Maori Iiunanga haskbcen heJdj.aTid .thf. .terms offered by tblvGo-> ?vernor have 'been contemptuous^ re-* ¡jectefl.- 'The .Chiefs defend their fealty to tlic Native liing, flag,. refuse to - rc store pluuder orto, surrender themuir-; dercrs of Europcans,.and .'plainly-iroposb. upon thc Governor and the . Genera) , commanding - thc i troops the'respouairi bility/ .of any attempts -itocOpreo ;llier»i*t .into the desired course by ;forc& bf .nr'nW: 'Such is thc plain reading of thc .replies j of William Thompson, and. the chief*! associated with'him, to the *ciu,iiv& ij "Wde ouvbehalf o( tjhe Ci ¿en. . uecou 'i se^uenecN^an?" -no'^loSig.sr be .doubtful. ' The^lay^slcpd frti^wî^ be granted, ;¡o ¡ long|^as^enjàijaï,'£?amerort''3 preparation;) i arc incomplete; MjuV as soon as he cw- i aiders thc forces a^diis command to be ...

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LAMBING FLAT. Another Attack on the Chinese. (From the Herald, July 2nd.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

LAMBING FLAT       Another Attack on the Chinese. (From the Herald, July 2nd)     By express to Yass on Saturday last it         was pretty generally known that a roll up would lake place today against the   Chinese. The immediate cause of it I cannot say. Some state that the diggers are determined to drive them off these fields - others that it is in consequence of their having struck a lead of gold at Back Creek, and some assert that it is in retalia- tion for the Native Dog Creek affair.   Certain it is that it took place, and for destruction of property it exceeded any riot that has ever taken place on these. fields. Between 10 and 11 o'clock, at Tipperary Gully, the ... took place. Upwards of 1000 men, most of them armed with bludgeons or pickhandles, headed by a band and carrying several large flags, one inscribed with the words, "Roll ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

[FROM-^ÍR: COBRESrOND.'HT.l YoLUNTÇEjtw.^A, large number of tue residents of' TJfîmarra, assembled at Cotóh\ "Hotejj^ori Wednesday- evening; last^oi^hj^rpose of meeting a depur tatior^froik ïl\£**' Grafton, Volunteer Hine Corps. IJiom fifteen to twenty; of tbe Grafton Volunteers were present,', together with the Captain of the Corps, Mr.\W. A. B. Greaves, and " the fej.E. Chapman., Thc *Nr^ TPC P^wied by. Captain :èreavSifc. Vio-ö^rSid. the meeting, by calling attebiioii; to\n advertisement,' iii the Examiner, having'reference to the deputation'now 'before them, He saicTSit would bc''well, to state their rcasonTlor fo^jjniijg thc .deputation, and to this endjMeSv^^ dçsire the Secretary to read tM^inutes-'of' their last meet-'' ing, in G¡ra(ton.. Thc minutes of the, meeting- referred to, were then' read, from which it appeared; that several of the Utônri'aitek haviug expressed to Captain Gr^iyW^a^ desire to form an auxiliary :cprW*Tn'. this parish. That gentleman mftjrcd for thc appo...

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