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THEBERMONDSEY MURDER—TRIAL OF THE MANNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

iTHEBSRVtONDSEYMURDER-.TaiAL OF THE MANNINGS. (From the Spectator, October 27 ) The trial of Frederick George - Manning and Maria Manning, for the murder of Patrick O'Conner, the customhouse officer,, commenced at;the Central ? Criminal Court in the. Old Bailey, on Thursday. Many,, persona assembled at the cou«-t- entrance.: early in the morning, and on opening the doors immediately filled all the space alloted to the public except the gallery. This por tion of the court was kept thinly, occupied for a considerable time by a very high charge for admission; but it became. full as the trial went on. The want of room was so pressing at last, that some ladies and gentlemen were even , placed in the dock (a larger' space in the Old. Bailey than in any other court) along with the prisoners. Among the person's of distinction present were Lord Howden, Lord Strangford. Count dolloredo, the Austrian Ambassador, Baron Koller, Secretary to the Austrian Embassy-, the Swedish Minister and his Sec...

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WHEN THE PURSE IS FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

WIIEN THE PURSE IS FCIiIi. . By CHARLES SWAItf. Oh ! happy aro the houra whon the purse xs full ; Time passes over flowers when the purse is full. * ' ' 'Where'er, our faucy worids, ' We aro suro to meet with friends. And thoro's nothing that offends— whon tho purse is full. But woary aro the hours when the purse is low, . And few and far the' flowers' wh'ori-the purse is 'low; : ? Whore'er our footsteps range ? Comes the chilling breath of change, -' And the bbsfc of 'friends Iboli strange \yhen.the purse is low ! , Mom comethtwith'a'dance' whon tho purse is. full; . There is musio,in'her,glauco when-tUe purse is full. Jjife then is sbinetliiiig worth, .? ., Thore is pleasure' upon earth, ' '..'.'' . There is beauty, song, andmirth — whon the purso is full I' Yet man, we're, of ten told, though his purso bo low, Is himself tho truer, gold.- though his purse be low ; : : ' But the'sdyirig is not trile, ' ' . \ ' \ For the blindest yet may view, .' Man's iriorids aro of the .fowhr-wh...

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Original and Select Poetry. A VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

Original and Select Poatry. ' A .V-ffiENTINB. ' ' Ua\\, peerless, fair I whose graces rare, ; .' And fascinating mien,' . ' Apcl chartas divino,-U else outshine, , , ' Hi.il, Beauty's .matchless queen 1 : ' .? On,, wontost. yet; I ne'er forgot, : : ' Tho blissful days I've seen, : ; 'When. dtf — -r— I met with theo, ' Myheart's enchanting queen ! . .'?:.'? That eye so bright, with raagio light, - ? ? - ? ?'? Yet glancing ''all serene,' .-, ? / ?: '::' ? ? ?.'? ' That lovely face, bedeck'd with grace, .'????.? That spoalcs'thee Boauty'a 4ueen I - . ? T: That' Sprightly form, that miigit adorn ; :?'. The most exalted scone ; . '-- .' - ? That hand of smow.I that neok ! that brow I ' Worthy of Love's fair, queen 1 ? Could I behold such charms untold, ? And gracos er'st unseen, . s And calmly gaze?. billed with amaze, .. ? ? ? My bosom own'd the queen 1 . Years have roll'd on, yet thou alono' Eeign'st in this breast supreme, ?? : And tho' I find thee now less kind, My heart still owns t...

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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

[ * IMMIGRATION. j Various systems have been suggested to i direct the tide of Immigration from the j mother-country into channels that are «x^ ; I pected to open up the internal resources of the colbny, and seciire prosperity: to; the ; adyenturers,--as if to people the. term, w- , cognita were . the. only disider.atum , in- the ; great work of rendering ^Australia, in its possessions, as' fruitful and 'rich as its geo graphical boundaries, are extensive and ajr most illimitable. ... . , (. . . : There is something exceedingly romantic in the idea of Europeans recently arrived, pushing their fortunes in the. bosom of ' The dim old sounding wilderness,' where emus, kangaroos, and wild dogs, and a beautiful variety of the serpent tribe, haue held undisputed sway from time im ?memorial— something ' savoursng of the sublime in occasional, association with black fellers and their gins, beneath the shade of the lofty gum. tree j-rhut, then, who is to pay the farel:.. \Ye labour' under' t...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1850. " MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

THE MTflUBjST TREE PRESS. v SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1850. 'MAGNA EST VEBITAS ET PR.33VALEBIT.' THE NEW CONSTITUTION. After three attempts, and as many failures, to get rup- a public meeting. in Sydney, in order to ascertain.; the . sentiments of the colonists respecting the New Constitution, several of the leading members of the Legislative Council have lately assembled together, as appears, with the object of con sidering its various provisions, and suggest ing several and, we are of opinion, very important alterations. Those alterations they have embodied in a Memorial addressed 'to the Right Honorable Her Majesty's Principal Secretary for the Colonies,' and praying for 'certain alterations which they conceive to be necessary.!' A dupli ' cate copy of this Memorial has been for warded to us by our Member, Mr. Darvall, expressing a wish that if approved of ^ as many of his constituents as possible would affix their signatures to it, and stating that, if convenient, the Memorial will be ...

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Settlers Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

Settlers', Price Current. BATHURST. , Wheat from 2s. Gd. to 2s. lOd, per bushel Barley, 3s. ditto / Maize, from 4s. to 4a. 6d. per bushel , ...:.. Fine Flour, £9 per ton . . ;- . Seconds, £8. . ',' . . ? ? , -,.;' , iRalions, £7 Bran, 2s. 6d. per cwt. Butter, salt, lOd. per lb. ; fresh, Is. 2d, Cheese, 2d. to 2^d. per pound Bacon, from 4d. to 4^-d. per pound Eggs, from 8d. to Is. per dO2sen Potatoes,: £6 per ton ? ' ?' , Hay, 30s. to £2 per ton : ' Sheep Skins, 2^ to 3£d. per pound Wool, from 1 Id. to ' 12Jd. Y -

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

SYDNEY. Wheat.— In this market good samplps are in de mand, and will readily; oblain 3s.' 6d. per bushel. Flour is quoted at the' mills' at £9 for fine, and £8 for seconds. ' ? Bran, — In demand at about lOd. per bushel. Maize is realising about 4s. 6d. per bushel. English Barley is more in demand, and the sup ply hot very abundant. Cape Barley.— A few good samples' would sell for seed. Hay varies from from £4. 10s. to £5 per ton. Butter varies from 10d.; to Is. per lb'. : Cheese is scarce arid inidemaud, at'from4d. to 5di per lb.s ???;?? .-'?*.?..?????-. . , .. Bacon and Hams.— Still continue in. demand, and very scarce'.' : Eggs have been realising 9d. per dozen. Fat Pigs, in good coudition, meet with ready sale. Fat, Calves— nominal. Fat Sheep.— Good one3 will average about 5s ? each. . Fat Bullocks have realised from 35s. to 40s. each. Wool is realising ; much the same prices as last week. ?-.:.;?? Tallow is saleable for shipment, at from £25 to £27 per ton. Hides vary as to siz...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

Sxtracts. The removal of the Earl of Roden from the Commission of the Peace for the County of Down, has not made the task of govern ing Ireland easier.: A great'number of ma gistrates, many of them of the first standing in the North, had/resigned the magistracy in consequence, and a meeting! of, ; thejinagis trates of the County of Down arid- ipundrum had adopted a series of resolutions condem natory of the conduct of the Government, and had resolved upon an address to .the Earl of Roden on the occasion. '.-.-,-.' ; . An irreconcilable quarrel'is stated to have taken place between Lords Grey and Pal - merston, which is expected to leid to a change in the ministry. ? ' - '? It was reported in London, that Govern ment had sent out instructions to Lord Elgin, to the effect that no coercive measures -would be adopted, to prevent the annexation of Canada to the United States, if the popular will was decided by expressed in favour of that measure. ' . Tallow.— Market quiet all day, and bu...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

....:=..; IRELAND. :..',;;-,; ?.;. : Encumbered Estates Commission.— - The! commissioners sat on Saturday, and ad journed to the 9th November. Before the close of the proceedings] Messrs. D. and F. Fitzgerald obtained a conditional order for the sale of Mr. John O'Connell's estate, at the expiration of tendays after service of; the order,; unless cause: be . shown to the contrary.— This estate has been in litiga tion for the. last three years, the parties en deavouring to have a sale. Firing into a Dwelling. —On the night of the 24th instaritj; about one o'clock, two shots. were fired into a room of a house be longing to a man named Cornelius Doherty, of Ballyrobbin, near Tipperairy. : Four men were asleep in the room at the time, and one of them, John Gallagher, was. severely Wounded in the thigh with a small bullet, and the bed in which they slept was per forateAwith shot. It is wonderful how tie other Ipree men escaped from- being inju red. There was another shot fired into the y...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

Birth. At Walmer, Bathurst, on Sunday, 24th Feb-   ruary, the wife of Thos. J. Hawkins, Esq., J.P., of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. W's letter shall appear in our next;  

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EXECUTION OF THE MANNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

-?EXECUTION OF THE MANNINGS. : Frederick George and Maria $lanning /were ; executed on the 13th Novembex-, at Horse monger-lane in the presence, as is usual upon such occasions, of a large concourse of spectators, and amidst the yells, screams, and jeers' of a heartless, vicious, and un feeling mobi Charles Dickens, who was; present at the execution, addressed a letter to. the Times - in which he pourtrays, with his usual power, the worse than utter use lessness of making criminal executions publiCi His; object is to draw the atten tion of the public to an '.' intimation given by-'Slr. G-. Grey in the last session of Par liarnent, that the Government might be in duced to give its support to a measure ma king the infliction of capital punishment ' a private solemnly within the prison walls.' ' CONFESSION OF MANNING. After the execution, the chaplain of the gaol, the Rey. Mr. Rovye, read -to the re presentatives ' of the pre39., the following document, which had been pr-pued by! Manni...

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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

: BATHURST RACES. . Thr Bathurst annual Races came off on Wednesday, - Thursday, and Friday last, and we are sorry that we are under the necessity of stating the two facts in connec tion, that with the exception of the last day, we never witnessed better racing in the colony, and so little spirit evinced by the sporting circles generally. A: sort of stupor appears to have seized them, and they seemed as if assembled together for the performance of one of the ordinary unex citing duties of every day life. This spirit, of languor appears to have seized a portion, of society, who from the nature of. their pursuits and enjoyments, might reasonably be supposed to, be least subject to its in fluence, and has latterly sat as an incubus upon every department of sporting1, com mercial, and political life. Tempora mu tantur et homines mutantur. We are not about to enter into the task of accounting for the fact, but merely of stating its ex istence. We give it not as our own un supported opini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

; '?' r.;-,.-«r .r.ti.. WANTED,- ?*.?.'?? -?.????:? /'. T)Y-aisingle?young'inan/_accustonied to the busi .Jj. rness,;a^situatia.nas groom in, some,, respectable estabiishfneEJt. ...He ican produce unquestionable testimonials.' tApply to Mr. ; Charles Carmani Willianv-s'treeti' Bathursti or iat this office. ~ , ?''-?? ' JiBatKurst,- Feb; 2ist.:, 1850;r-n -'-^ .?? — - - ; ?,,.,., ;;?;,'''?? ' i .. - : '' ' ' . ' -?? , ? -:.'? '-? ' -? '' — -? ?. r . , , £;,.; Seef, . Muttou, and Veal. ;:. : ; :, ?., ? ? : at1 the Corner of ^george and w .;. ?!;? ?', ! HOWICK STREETS. .. V ; ;t JOHN; FLANAGAN, begs to return, his sincere ; thanks to- his friends arid;the public, for :their liberal support since he commenced! business as re tail Butcher, and to apprise them that he .has re ceived a fresh supply of excellent cattle for slaughter. By attention to business and moderate charges; he hopes to secure * a. continuation ;of their.patronage. V.) . '??\--^ '?-??''. ' PRICES.-— BEEF. :-'..-. .\. :'...

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BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT.— Civil Side. Friday, February 22. Before His Honor the Chief Justice and the fol lowing Special Jury of four :— Francis Lord, William Lee, jun., Andrew Kerr, and Richard Glassoh. : ?'? ???'????-?'??? ' ; . . ? ' TA SKER V. OUMIUNS; ; ' ?' .-' This was an action of assumpsit, brought to re cover the sum of £25, for one year's, service per formed by the plaintiff as superintendent Tor the defendant's sheep stations at Beerumbin; The de fendant pleaded, 1st., the general issue ; 2nd., that the plaintiff was never discharged ; 3rd., .neglect of duty and inefficiency ; and 4th, a plea of justi fication. To these several pleas the plaintitT re joined, putting himself upon the country with regard to the 1st., 2nd., and 4th. plea ; as to the 3rd., the plaintiff had demurred, and the defendant had abandoned it, and having withdrawn the 1st. plea, issue was joined upon the 2nd. and 4th., Mr. Holroyd, for the plaintiff, opened the pro ceedings, and briefly narrated the ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

Miscellaneous Extracts. Nearly all the suicides in this country are by foreigners. Yankees rarely make away with themselves ; for nearly every one thinks he has a chance of becoming Presi dent, and, at anyrate, his curiosity prompts him to live on, just to see what he will come to.-*- American Pap&r. A, maid servant was dismissed on account of her lack of cleanliness. She requested her employer, if the cause of her dismissal should be mentioned, to do it in as light terms a3 possible. The following certificate was given to her: — ' Anna B. has conduc ted herself well in my service, the main cause of her dismissal being her tendency to hydrophobia.' A negro having purchased a hat, was ob served to take it from his head on the fall of a shower, of raiti, and to manifest consi derable anxiety to preserve it from the wet. On being remonstrated with for his sup posed stupidity in thus leaving his head ex posed, he wittily observed, ' Hat belong to me— head belong to 'maasa.' Sam ...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

/FRANCE: - A letter from Montpelier states that at the moment a number of Socialists were trans ferred from, that ..town.., to Aix for, trial, a tumultuous mob assembled round the prison van, exclaiming ' Vive Barbes !' ' Vive Robespierre !' ' Vive la Guillotine /' , The' state of trade in Paris has for some time past been gradually imprbying. Of this we have now a strong' proof' in the gratifying facts' that hot bnlv are' the work-, ing classes in and,.abqut the capital in full employment, but that. several, of theriianu-i facturers had found it necessary to get some of their workmen back who, during the distressing period which followed the re-: volution . of February, ;' had .emigrated to! ? Algeria.' ' -.'.?' ' ' ,/.',.'. , ' '... .. . ..-. M.r de Fulloux waited personally on the President on Saturday, and, in due form, resigned into his hands ? th?- portfolio of the Ministryof Public Instruction, v ; :': i :,On Sunday the President of the Republic reviewed- the National guards ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

;?;;.'.: ri ^^^^p^rtisep;^-;;;''; V. ! miist-Se^p^ipre^ous^tdVih.©^ in-! seHion. Advertisements will be I rebeivejl ; toitil ; sik; tf clock in the evening 0 I^rid^y, jbittjcannbt/be Withdrawn after Twelve : o'clock on]:Tuesday; A liberal allowance will' be iiiade to ^paMefe; desirous 'of advertising & three or six moriMs. No communications will be pub lisbed in :'t&/'JpiiimM^:iiiiliBfes;'2ter companied by Jlie name of the Correspondent. ..?*-:?.? ' : batk wftst ' :;riRBB': ;'pbbss ; , j GENERAL PRINT ING ' OFFICE,1 ? ?' '?' '? WlWi^lMiW^TrnM^W^ ? ; ? I tVoSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Jj Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB/ P R IN T I ^ Q Executed with neatness, accuracy ; and despatch, .-,.-.,.- and on Reasonable Terms. To tie Sold ait this Office, ; FORMS OF rriENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown :J£: ' , ? .?;-:? Lands.1-'' ? - ' - ?? ? . ? . APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands 6 -? the Crown, iwyorid th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

NOTICE. 'TRUE undersigned being about to leave the colony X for California, requests all claims against him to be presented immediately for- liquidation, and those indebted to him to settle their accounts with out delay. . r. . . . . ,.. ;H. I. CLARKE. Carcoar, February 1st , 1850. ? * Notice to the Public. SETTLERS, Dealers, and others,) are most re spectfully informed, that the undersigned has lately returned from Sydney, where ho lias been purchasing for CASH, an assortment of useful GOODS, suitable for the Town of Bathurst and Country Districts ; and is determined to sell for SMALL PROFITS, as it is his intention to visit the Metropolis for a fresh supply . within two months. J. W. has also taken the premises lately occupied by Mr. Miller, as a , GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE STORE, where the public will find a great variety, and'well selected stock of the above wares. Also oh hand:—- Rum, Wines, Ales, Dunlop's and Barrett's celebrated Negrohead Tobaccos, Hops; &c. . A supply ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 2 March 1850

' , * ' r &oeal Zntelllffmtee. -:..,. Fine Auts. — A paragraph headed 'Fine Arts.' appeared in the Free Press of the 16th February, in which it was stated that Mr. F. W. Bland was occupied upon a portrait of Mr. Macintosh, with the intention of furnishing tO' the 'gentry of the town and district a specimen of his style, &c. ;We beg to state that this was a misapprehension on our part. Mr. Bland has been merely remaining with Mr. Macintosh for a short period until he could suit himself with apartments. , . - Uses of Advertising. — C. H. Green, Esq., of Rock Forest, recently : advertised a man named John Montgomery, who lately absconded from his service, after losing a quantity of sheep, offering £2 reward for his apprehension. ? The particulars of the man's description were given in the adver tisement, which attracted the notice of the Molong Police, and the man was captured by Chief Con stable Evans, who found a forged discharge upon his person. Montgomery was brough...

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