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THE RUSSIAN BLACK SEA FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

THE RUSSIAN BLACK SEA FLEET. The Monitcar publishes a document of some interest, being the official list drawn up by the Ru ssian Admiralty for tho financial period of 1852 to 1853, of all the ships of war then constituting the Russian fleet in the Black Sea. According to this document, the Russian fleet, at the Black Sea, at the moment when hostilities commenced, was planned to comprise a series of 187 numbers,. 127 of which were in commission, the remaining number being either on the stocks or in dock for repairs. The gross amount of 127 vessels consisted of 16 ships, 7 frigates, 5 corvettes, 12 brigs, , 6 war-steamers, &o. This fleet is now utterly destroyed or dis persed. Of the 16 ships enumerated in this list, 15 have been sunk by the Russians iu the roadstead itself of Sebastopol ; the last one, the Maria, was a few days before the assault burned by our bombs. 5 sailing frigates, 3 corrvettes, 7 brigs, 1 1 warsteam ers, among which are the Vladimir, that played so imp...

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CRIMEA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

? x (i' ?' i'.-'CRI'MK V J.. '' L '.C p, f(lKJ'l V - Sebastopol has been successfully blown-tip..' Joit Nicholas is completely mined.) , Three British' re Him on ts are 'Ut to re-embark for Enoland— i'orio men 'in 'all' ' AU is on'iet ? A letter Irom the French canip, d, ted Jan nar'v ^O^'says V— ' 'Oiv' J tie^hy lm t tlie.1 icdniinitese'liad ui alluir -'of outposts' Svitlr'the Jvussiiuis^. ud maile.iOOpiibontrsV . -- ' 'j .1. 'Yheipgbats persists in asserting that the conditions upon which the Allies meant to insist under the head of the Fifth Point were made known to Russia before the acceptance by that power of the A usti lan - liltiwintuiu j but it betrays a want ot confidence in its own assertion, by proceeding to argue strenuously 011 behalf of its T?u.s.sian clients, that the Allies must be very moderate in their recftiN' ions, unless they would incur the imputation of ba I fai;li, and bring thejiegotiati. ns to a fruitless issue. ?' Pe.ice ' is .still the word in most people...

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TICKET-OF-LEAVE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

Tl OKE L'-OF-LE AVE SYSfEAI. ' , {From the Morning Post.) We need not, indeed, be astonished at the results of such a system. But it may be said that that system was adopted through sheer necessity, and that our colonies having refused to receive our convicts any longer, wo had no alternative but to keep them at home. This is in some measure true ; but wo must recollect that it is to tho opponents of transportation in every shape that wo owe the ticket-of-leave system, with all tho results which have followed, and are hkelv to follow, from its adoption. Tt was with certain so-called colonial reformers that this anti-transportation doctrine originated, and the grounds upon which they they based it were stran^elf illogical and weak. Because, forsooth, our trans portation system hud been attended with certain abuses, nothing would satisfy them but that it be swept entirely away. They over looked the enormous advantages which both wo and our colonies and the convicts themselves, had der...

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CONDITIONS OF THE ARMISTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

'« CONDlTIONS.jOL?-/rHI?,jA«RMTS flCE. 7, . , 'eilhi, Friday evening. Dec. 2 I is rumoured he.e that the following \»eiJU) be the conditio^ ot the, armistice.:— - 0 - i-.: 1. - 1 --- If the peace is not finally negotiated between the period of the. alK'n ll'°',-10S*V -'n8. i!ll'Vl!e M)rillS-!tll° - J,jl;ed flbets ar,e to-be r m i° f''1' f '' 1111 not to i3Ilss beV0!l(1 fche island ot ,'p °!!, ('lnilo' tl,e continiitince of the negotiations. ' Hie t cliei liayn, 'and' 1 ho two tireiit' tie tiles leading-'ihfo the valley 01 .-l;iu!i1!'' llle to hum the line of demai cation in the Crimea. 'i-V t ,bIUi'',?ul)at0,,i«. K'-rtch, and at the scene., ofi.wn'r ii/ Asiatic L 'i-Key, the respective generals conimaiiding. are to'aeree vv itli each other on the way in which tlie ai inisiice is [0 be earr ed out -' , V- ! t l,J i!£' Ji'r. 1 V', v ?

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

v Cnraraminl StriBllignra. ' I ' SYDXETc MAKKETS) j ,i. i *Sa.tuiu-u Evening, 4?A o'Clock. , £ , s d. £ , s d 'I'lonr ? , ... .20 0 ,0 , to 20,, 0, 0 ' r ) J ''\Vli(:at,'ppr l)itshcl ? ? r ....-r' 0 . 8 :0 . 0 9 0 -.{?,1 va--», M » izo '(advan -ang ) ' ... i - /17. 0 ' 3 91 ; 0' 4 0 ' ?' ' Oats (Scotch) ? ? ? 0 4 0. 0 5. Of ?MiMey . ' ? ? ? ? ? 0 3j 3' . ? 0',.4i.!0 ... ? . ' Totatoes (lookmi; upwards) ... 3 .3 0 3.15 0 . /Oniouss,' pur c\vt;-(tlull) '.v.:.-.;;'. '.'O'lO' 0: ? ? 0 14 'O'; i . IJiiyvpL'r.toiK; -.i O'l'-.^'-'lO-O :0 ? ? K.u k. .. . .. 00, 0 t- ? 0 0 i l'igs. per lb. (70 to,90 in demand) ? .?.??? 0 0 8, . .. 0 . 0 . 0 CulNCs . - . . .. ...'1 0 0 1 5 0, 7-:.; Powis, pur pair ; '0 3 0 0 4 o ' „ - , Ducks ... , ... ... 0 4 i0 .0 5 0 Gwso ... ... ? 0 S 0 - -5. '9 0 , - — : 'j'urkcys, cock 'liirds, if Inrgc ... 0 8 0 0 10 0 L Unttcr, 1 fit quality, .]ici' 11). scarce '013 013 Dit, to, interior (unsaleable) ? 0 10 Oil Chouse (colonial) ... ? 0 0 7 0 0 8 Uuys, per ttoi-.un .....

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PROJECTED CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

PROJECTED CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE. A few days ago a decree appeared in the Moniteur, for constitut ing the Imperial Guard on a larger basis. The intention is that that select body, and the other corps which have fought in the Crimea, shall form the nucleus of an army which can be directed to any point where its services may be required. On this subject the Paris correspondent of the Times makes the following import ant statement : — ' I have no difficulty in supposing that this point will be the r-i* . ?. ? tj. '.i„ ,1,/v nt «... XVUJllt?, Ill Olise iAUO&liV UU XiUU UUU«3jJU liiV ^uuviiuiuiio vi 'W propose to her, and in case Germany agn in allows itself to be in timidated or seduced by our enemy. Nay, more, if peaco be not concluded this winter, if the spring still sees Prussia timid and uncertain, not to say hostile to us, and Russia still obstinate, I have little doubt that the next campaign will commence on a scale commensurate with the power of the two greatest nations of...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

|lli|ijihig SntHlignirr.. SYDNEY SHIPPING. . ,, AIUtlYAljS. . April 1J.— City of Sydney, (s.), 700 tons, Moodio, from Melbourne tho 9th instant. Jonmo -Vor', American schooner, 400 tons, Sergeant, fiou Piiiict bound, California 1st bruary. ? i ? ? ® : April 13.— Lousia, fchooner, U5 tons, Carte, from I'ort Cooper tho 28th ul timo., Jano A. falkingburg, American three-masted sohoouer, 419 ton« Holzgor, from Sau Francisco, Vebrunry'25. April 14.- — Tasmania (s.), 4(10 tous, Clinch, from llohart Town tho 9th in , - ^taut.,1 Despatch, schooner. 139 tons. Jenkins, from Oolong tho 7th instant.: : Yix.cn, schoou.er, 126 ions, Winsboxough, from Adelaide 31st Alarch. JSjiiilv Jane, schooncr, 146 tons, 'VValsli, from Melbourne 3rd instant. James Gibson schooner, 138 :nns, C'opplcston, from Melbourne 4th instant. 'Wonga Wonga' (s.), 700 tons, Gilmore, from Melbourne, 12th instant. April 15. — Lizzie Webber, brig, 214 tons, Jl'ICinlny, from I.aunccBton the 10th instant. Montezuma, brig, 160 ton...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 April 1856

- , „ SYDNEY MARKETS. ? . ?? rKfCGS OF Fl.OUR. ' 'v' ' '?? ???--??- , .iU&ssrR. iJtirkor.aiul .to.-: xlieio is no alteration' in the state ot .'the market' tbLs week. M heat is not aiming .Irom. lhe country, in quantities at all uqunl ; to thu usual supply at this period, ot tlie yejir. Good, sain pies ure v/orth from b.s. to.9s; per liustel. A! eargo ot- very fine wheat came to hand' during the week, purchased in .SoulhrAustialia /or- tliese . mills. Some good ^samples 1 oui Tasnianni. have come into the : market.. PJour is still quoted at 261- ior line, and 241. for second quality, per 'ton. of 20U0 lbs. ; bran Is. to Is. 3d. per 'bushel. ???.'?'- ;v ?' .???'?«? ?? -' : . 3Ir.: Broillat: Tlicrn -is no altcrat;on to .notice in the market. Wheat comcs in ^lowly from tlie country, but. some small arrivals hiizo taken p!j»ce. iroui.other jmrts. Vail Biemcn's Land wheat of a snnerlor sample letebed J09. fid. per buskel, whilst eolonial canuot br quoted hiiilier than 9s.' Pine H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

The ' lllawarra,' Steamer. - THIS vesSel wil1 c°nt-''e t° leave WOLLONGONG I for SYDNEY every MONDAY, WEDNES J£sbSmML DAY, and FRIDAY mornings, punctually at 11 o'clock; and SYDNEY for WOLLONGONG every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY mornings at 9 o'clock. Numerous mistakes having arisen, to the probable los3 of the shippers, in consequence ot their forcing cargo on board, just pre vious to 'starting, without being manifested, notice is hereby given, that to prevent such it will be expedient that no live stock or cargo be manifested after half-past ten o'clock, from and after Monday the 2 1st April instant. V CHARLES FAIRS, 596 ' Agent, Wollongong. ! ?'v Steam to Kiama. ALTERATION OF DAYS. V ' , ' THE N0RA 0REINA °r VICTORIA STEAMER vL 1 will, hearafter, call at KIAMA, on their voyages ? from SAOALHAVEN to SYDNEY, at 12 o'clock -*§£^5£p(n oon ) on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, leaving SYDNEY every MONDAY and THURSDAY night at 10 o'clock. This arrangement, will give increased facilities to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

NOTICE. YU'E beg to remind our subscribers, that a new' quarter cora TT meneed 011 the 7th APRIL, and therefore their subscription or the previous quarter are now due. NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AT JAMBEROO. K FTER this issue of our paper it will be left for delivery at Mr, OL T. TEMPESTS Store, who is our agent for that neighbour hood, and who will receive the names of new subscribers and ad vertisements. But any of our subscribers wishing to have tfceir papers left at the Post-office, will please write as to that effect. FOX GROUNDS, MR. JOSEPH BLOW, has been appointed Agent for above locality. « - Steam between Kiama and Sydney. O THE KIAMA- STEAM NAVIGATION COM PANY'S STEAMER KIAMA sails regularly twioc a week between KIAMA and SYDNEY, leaVinir KIAMA * every Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m., nnd VICTORIA WHARF,' ERSKIN E-STREET, SYDNEY, every Tuesday and Friday night, at 10 o'clock. FARES,— Cabin, 15s. Steerage, 10j. The KIAMA will call at WOLLONGONG for KIAMA ?vow- Saturday mornin...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

; : SYDNEY MAKKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. , Messrs. Barker and Co., report that there is no alteratien in the market this week, except that perhaps it may be somewhat more dull. The arrivals of wheat from the interior have been both few nnd small. Sales are 'mad* at from 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d. per bushel, according to quality. Flour remains at 261. per ton of 2000 lbs. for fine, and 241. for second quality. Bran, ls. t» Is. 3d. per bushel. Mr. Breillat : There has not been much wheat brought to market during the week, and a shade higher has been given for good samples, which may be quoted at about 9s 6d. per bushel, t-onie arrivals of flour have takes place, but the market price is not affected, which still remains firm at 261. per ton for fine, and 241. seconds. Bran, Is. per bushel. The Chilian Flour Company's prices are 261. per ton for fine, 241. for seconds. Bran, Is. to Is. 3d. per bushel. BUTCHERS' MEAT. The wholesale price of beef ranges from lj^d. to l%d. per 'lb., according to qual...

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Satuuday Evening, 43^ o'Clock. X s. d. A, s. o. /Wheat, per bushel good samples... 0 8 0 to 0 9 6 Maize, ... ... ... ... 0 3 6 0 3 6 Flour, 1st quality, per ton ... ... 26 0 0 26 0 0 . Ditto, 2nd, ditto, ... ... 24 0 0 24 0 ? ? ? Bran ... ... ... ... 0 10 Oil , Hay, oaten, per ton ... ... 6 0 0 7 0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... ... 4 0 0 4 0 ® Potatoes, new per ton ... ... 2 10 0 3 0 0 Butter, 1st qual. in demand ... 0 16 0 16 ; Ditto second quality ... ... from 10 up Cheese per lb. ... ... ... 0 0 4 O 0 6, I Bacon if prime.. ... - ... 0 0 10 0 0 1 , , Eggs, per dozen ' ? ... . ... 0 2 0 0 -2 0 Fowls, per pair , ' ... ... 0 3 6 0 4 0 Ducks... ... ... ... 0 4 0 0 5 0. Turkeys : ... ... ... 0 10 0 0 20 0 Geese... ... . ... ... 0 15 0 0 15 0 , Pigs ... ' ...' ... dull. . Calves... ; . . ? ? ... Ditto. . - . WILLIAM SPEER, Agent, Commercial Wh«r£

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4¼ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

Cuntintrrinl IMtlligtua. ' SYDNEY MARKETS Saturday Evbmikq, 414 o'Clool' £ s. d. £ t. d yiour ... ... ? ... »? 26 0 0 to 26 0 0 ? Wheat, per bushel ... ... 0 8 0 0 9 # Maize (dull) ... ... ... 0 3 0 0 3 9 ?Oats. (Scotch) ... ... ... 0 4 0 0 6 0 Barley ... - ... 0 3 0 0 3 ® : Potatoes (dull, per ton)... ... 3 0 0 3 6 0 Onions, good samples (scarce) ... 0 12 0 0 16 0 liay, per ton (oaten) ... ... 9 0 0 11 0 0 Lucerne. ... ... ' ' ... 4. 0 0 4 10 ; 0 Bark (If dry) ? ? 6 0 0 6 0 0 ?l'igs, are not in such good demand 0 0 8 0 0 9: Calves... ... ... 1 ... 10 0 16 0' Fowls, per pair ... ' ... .0 3 6 0 4ft Ducks ... ... ... 0 5 8 0 6 0 Geege ... ... ... 1 0 8 0 0 9 0 Turkeys ... ... ... 0 8 0 0 10 0 Butter, 1st quality, per lb. .. 0 16 0 16 Ditto, inferior ... ...?'.?010 014 Cheese (colonial) ... ... 0 0 7 0 0 8 Eggs, per doten ;?«??' ' ' 0 2 3 0 2 3 Bacon, per lb. . . ... ... 0 1 .0 0 11'. Hams ... ... o 1 0 0 1. 3 Lard ... ... ... .. 0 Q 7 0 0 9 Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands ... 0 10 0 0 13 ...

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

?r LOCAL COURTS. At as early a period as possible of the , coming session of- Parliament, it is to be hoped, our legislators will take . into consideration the state of our laws' generally. A wise ^??Government will endeavour that the laws, having for their -objects the suppression of vice, the protection of 'the innocent, and the punishment of -thff'wrong-doer, shall- be '/sp framed as not to assume even the appearance of class , legislation, much less its spirit ; and, also, that they ?shall be so framed as to meet the sanction anil approval '' of the great body of the governed. This latter point will, ? to a considerable extent, be effected by the deliberation . and consent of the members representing the people in the Legislative Assembly. In the early history of the. colony, we find its state to .have been such; and, for its people to require a system of legislation tolerable, and barely tolerable, for those ?. times ;- but which, in the present state of the colony, is wholly r...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

f-Jjipphig Snmltgrorc. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ' ' ' AHKIVAl.S. , April 19.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 250 tons, Sholl, from Moreton Bay 14th instant. : April 10. — Star of Peace, ship, 1133 tons, Sproat, from Plymouth 31st Jan uary. London (s».) 700 tons, Watts, from Melbourne 17th instant. Emma, brig, 139 tons, Brown, from Hobart Town 10th instant. Waratah (s.) 560 tons, Warner from Moreton Bay 17th instant. Vulture, brig, 124 tons Warren, from Hobart Town 10th instant. April 21. — Fulterton, brig, 173 tons, Clarke, from Hongkong the 25th Feb ruary. Gipsj', schooner, 40 tons, Shepherd , from Twofold Bay 18th instant. Spitfire, Government ketch, Randall, from Twofold Bay 17th instant. Ash burton, ship, 589 tons, King from London .Tanuury 7. Maitiand, ship, 900 April 22. — Nora, schooner, 150 tons, Aulcy, from Singapore February 24, Speifdy, ship, 1031 tons. Nightingale, from Plymouth January 1st. April 23. — Yarra Yarra (s.) 350 tons, Well, from Wide Bay the 19th instant Ililja, ship, 569 tons...

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THE CASE M'CROHAN V. BRADFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

? THE CASE M'CROHAN V. BRADFORD. It is not often that we have te-suy any thing about the proceed ings in the Police Court, furrier than recording what takes place, but we cannot let the case reported in our present issue between M'Crohan the constable and Bradford, pass without comment, on the whole it is a most disreputable proceeding, and our surprise is that the Magistrates adjudicating in the case, permitted it to pass without comment, especially as an officer of the Court was a prominent party in the affair. We fancied that the duties of a constable were other than | dodging a poor inebriate from one public house to another, taking .advantage of either his state or 'necessities to get a bargain out I of him, or in, Colonial phrase 'to pick him up.' We think it would have been more in keeping with the duties _of a constable, to have used his influence to prevent the man from selling them in his then drunken state, when it was morally cer tain that the proceeds would be squandere...

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HORSE-RACING, TOGETHER WITH THE ADVANTAGES THEREOF. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

HOKSE-RACING, TOGETHER WITH THE ADVANTAGES . THEREOF.- ?- (To the E&iior of the lllawarra Mercury.) j Sir— ' Advantages I think I hear some one say, ' what pos sible advantage can there be in horse-racing? What can tnere be but evil in it?' To such a one I say, but avast friend; wait ''A* little and you shallhear. You live in smoke — in a dark age, 'so. that you don't see very well. Besides, you should not condemn that, :the advaritagesv of which, you cannot see. Somebody sees . them — and thpse who thus see them have the best right 'to be beard and their opinions deferred to ; at least so they think' The philosophy of our times bids us believe that everybody lias some good in view in what he does. Dr. Beer, for example, condemned . -the other day to ten years ignominy, was, and perhaps even now, is, in his own estimation, one of the most philanthropic men living. Nodoubi the jury thought him scarcely good enough to be. hung ; but then, may they not be mistaken ? Dr. Beer th...

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THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Members Elected. The following is a correct list- of the election returns up to- this- date. Those with an asterisk are new members. ' Sydnex Hamlets .. .. ... ... D.Cooper. S.. A. Donaldson. City or Sydney .. ...... C. Cowper.: , H. Parkes. -??? R. Campbell. J. E.. Wilshire.. PARRAMATTA ? .. .. H.W.Parker. - V . Geo. Oakes. Nortii-Easteen Boroughs E. Flood. East Camden .. .. H. Osborne.. y , ' J. Marks*. , . ? 'West Camdbn '. . ' .V''.: J. MacartliurV , ... t'- . . ' ' 11 J. N. Oxley*.. ' . Southern Boroughs .. T. A. Murray.. Wertern Boroughs .. .. A. T. I-Ioyrovd. Northumuhklani) Bokoughs . . G. R. Nichqils. ? B.. Russell.* . Argyle ? J. H. Plunkett.i ; North Ridixo of Cumberland , J-. B. Davvall. , James Pye.* - County of Bathurst '.... . . J. H. Plunkett. ; . Cook, and Westmoreland - ; . : . . . James Maritri. liobert, T. Jamison* Moretnn, Widk Bay, . Burnett, and Maranoa . . Gordon Sandemaii.* Mukrumrid&ee '... George Macleay.* 1 John Hay.*...

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THE BIBLE AND POLITICS. (CONTINUED.) (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

. !i-THE,BIBL.E A!ND; POLITICS; . (Continued ); , ! 1 :(To the Editor of the Illatuarii a Mercury.) ' ?' : Sir— Through your courtesy, I again solicit an audience from . our irie'rd the public, audi request ai: impartial hearing. Let all ^ . who credit our Scriptures attend to the prophet's reproof — ' They -, .J have rejected the word of Jehovah, and what wisdom is in them ? Jer. 8, 9. If we reject that testimony, upon any point, so far we ^ depart- from true wisdom : we repel a coming good. ' I speak as unto wise men, judge ye what I say.' . . . . , ' Five.— Class Legislation and Protectionism. are,' I- think, .pro-* ? hibited ,.iiv the Bible. Exo. 12, 49— '' One law for the hoiiie-born and the stranger.' '? Tlion shalt not favour a poor man ,in his ' , .ciiusej' (much less a rich 'dufc,) ' nor decliiie after many, to wrest ..*'; iudgenieiit,*' Exo. 23, 2, 3,! Do not these verses point a eannpti ' at the abettors of those: systems ? Were the English Corn La,ws,._ and the Australia...

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THE MINISTRY. (From the Empire of Saturday, April 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

THE MINISTRY.': ;' ' ( From the Empire of Satnrdag, April 26.) Mr. Donaldson, we believe, has completed his Uabinet, and til® names of the new ministers will probably be gazetted this mora ing. Tho following are understood to.be the arrangements .: — Colonial Secretary and Premier. . ..Mr. Donaldson. Treasury Minister ? ? ..Mr. James Macarthnr^, Third Minister . Mr, Nichols. Attorney General ? ? ...Mr. Manning. . Solicitor General ? ? . .Mr. Darvall. The Treasury was offered to Mr. Cowper, but was declined hp that gentleman yesterday morning. It was at first intended that Mr. Nichols should take the office of Solicitor-General. This pro posal caused a meeting of members of the bar to be held on Thurs- - day evening, at which, we understand, there was an expression of feeling which led to a re-arrangement of the ministerial offices; It is said the duties of the Third Minister of the Crown will be entirely different from those of tlie And it or General, whose depart ment, we presume, ...

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