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THE GRAVE OF THOMAS HOOD. (From the Weekly Dispatch, Sept. 22d.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

THE GRAVE OF THOMAS HOOD. ' (From tho Weekly Dispatch, Sept. 22d.) WHAT, mutt a man do to deserve a monu- ment ? : ; If Jie : be a warrior, a destroyer . of men and a devastator of cities, a hundred brazen effigies may preserve his fame to com- ing generations. If a scion of royalty, gifted with a good digestion, and a relish for plea- sant^ benevolence-shining as a chairman of. public dinners, where the viands are luxurious and the wines unexceptionable, a president of Charities, wherei the lustre of his name is his chief donation-statues are proposed for the ~ perpetuation of his memory as an example to easy-going philanthropists. But if he is only an author, although he may be the utterer of thougets comm? from the very fulness of a noble heart, and stirring the souls of wide ' humanity with a mighty power, no stately monument, no enduring memorial, marks the spot where his ashes repose in the quiet sleep of death. Where is the monument to Tho- mas Hood, one of the noblest and mo...

Publication Title: Empire
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

IMPORTS. . February 4.~Ti<jress, brig, 182 tons, Captain - . Eury, from a -whaling boyage,, with 330 tons ; sperm oil, Flower j Salting, and Co.

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English Extracts. THE STATE OF CRIME IN ENGLAND. (From the Times, October 12.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

. TU .fiiTTocn v -;-. :. THE; STATE OF CRIME IN ENGLAND. (From the Times. October 12.) IN a country so peaceful RÏ our own, and in which hitherto, great personal security has been enjoyed by every class, whether rich or poor, powerful or weak, the events of the last few months have excited, first astonishment, and then terror. Now, however, when these first emotions have in part subsided, men bethink themselves that it may be well to ascertain why the outrages which have thus excited their alarm, so frequently occur, and to inquire : whether, somewhere, gross negli- gence may not be imputed.-Day after day, our columns are filled with the history of crimes of so violenta character that we might fancy they occurred a century ago, or that the story related to the Ireland of .the present' day. lu a . peaceful .village-far. away from an v cause o|t'»trife-the house of the respect- able/clergyman is broken opeu by three stranger.^riiffiahs, and the'house is'deliber- ately plundered' A few...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

. EXPORTS. \ February 4.-Packet, schooner, 183 tons, Cap- tain Thompson for Adelaide with 295 tons coal.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. . February; - 4.-Prosperous, 15, Roberts, ; from ' Newcastle,- .'witb 700 bushels wheat, 1 ton pota- toes ; Currency Boy, 41, M'Neil, from Newcastle, with 52 ton's.coals ; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Davis, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels shells ; Cricket Player, 12, Loutit, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels wheat, .197 bushels maize ; Madge Wildfire, 36, Smart, from the Tweed River, with 2000 feet, cedar ; Rover, 15, Shaw, from' the Hawkesbury, with 300 bushels wheat, 250 bushels maize'; Gitana, 15, from Brisbane Water,' with 400 bushels shells ; William and James, 75, Mother ston, from tho Richmond River, with 40,000 feet cedar; Young- Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Hawkesbury, with 460 bushels shells ; Active« 40, Melville, from Newcastle, with,54 tons coals. Rose, steamer, 172, Harding, from Morpeth, with 19. bales wool, 125 bags wheat, 9 bags barley, 3 bags onions', 17,bags potatoes, 2 casks eggs, 9 cases grapes, 2 puncheons wine, 3 calves, 20 ¡ cheeses,,29' ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

i * AfUUYAU, " '. V . FebnwTy 4,-Tigren, brig, 182 tons, C»pt*Jn MiEUry>fr<)mftwbftUngvoya,g©f i. - . 1

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

CLEARANCES, -3 .y. February 4.-Packet, schooner, 183 tons, Cap- tain Thompson, for Adelaide. Passengers-~Mr and Mrs Sheehan, Mr and Mrs Johns, Hr William] Davis, Mr James Woods, Mr John Burns, Mrs Dixon, Mrs and five Misses M'Nee,-/ Mrs Fusby, . Mrs Warren and-two sons, and Haster.H'Nee. '!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

". -'.-fj .'i :1t'. . ---- MR. THOMASA. NEWALL has been ap- pointed SHIPPING REPORTER to this paper. Empire Oflcfy'Smmry Vs. ' MR. EDWARD FERRIS has boen appointed COLLECTOR to TUE EMPIRE, and is au- thorised to receive moneys on account of the pro- prietor. Empire Oßce, Hunter-street, . January SI, 1851. . '

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Sydney Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

Sydney Quarter . Scanlons. TUESDAY. Before the Chairman and J). Allen Esquire, JJ . Mnry O'Neill was indicted for stealing a night gown, tho property of one Stapleton. Verdict, guilty. Sentenced to be imprisoned in Sydney gaol with hard labor for 3 moiiths. Mary Ann -Wright was indicted for stealing a shawl, tho property of one Wilson. Verdict, guilty. Sentenced to bo imprisoned 'in Sydney g^aol for thrco months. The prisoner was d*~ ionded by Mr. Ryan Brennan. . . James Harpor was indicted for breaking into the house Of Edward Braddock und stealing sovi; jiroscoutor. Verdict, guilty. Sentenced to (l* imprisoned iii Sydney Uaol for 6 rnontbB with hard labor. . George Hopwood was remanded until the next Sessions. - »irel belonging to the ' Benjamin Hill WM indicted for stealing » calf s head the property, of Joseph Pearce, . Verdict» guilty, .bu.fc recommended to meroy, Sentenced to he imprisoned in Sydney gaol for 3 month« with hard labour, George Deane pleaded guilty to a larceny a...

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THE STATE PRISONERS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

THE STATE PRISONERS OP VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. PURSUANT to notice, a Public Meeting was held last evening, at Malcom's Circus, in York-street, for the purpose of taking into consideration the conduct of Sir William Denison, in reference to the expatriated ' Irishmen at present . under his . controul. Every available nook in the spacious Amphi- theatre was filled with eager listeners, whilst on the platform were to be seen several of the most activé' politicians of the metropolis -tb wit. Dr. Lang, M.L.CS; G. 'R. Nichols, M.L.C. ; Dr. Tierney, C.Ç; - Mri M'Encroe ; Joseph Simmons, CC.; Ê, J. Hawkesly ; W. M'Curtayne ; P. Hogan ; J Moore, &c. The Right Worshipful the Mayor presided, aud under his guidance the., ¡^business ' of the . evening wns . conducted; witton marked de- corum. Resolutions. e^prfi»8ÍVCi;pf sympa- j thy with these Exiles of Erin anil condemna- tory of the harsh measures of the Lieuteuant . Governor were passed nem.dis. À committee , was also appointed to prepare...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

TO OUR 8ÜBSOBIBB BS, ' m Wnw the «Hidden change in the publication of Thc Empire ww made, a fortnight ago, ty wad announced that » double paper would be issued on every Saturday. Aa yet, we are not able td carry , out our intentions, from want of more complete mechanical arrangements ; but we confidently hope to succeed in this respect within a very few : The second COUNTRY EDITION of The Em- pire will be published on Saturday next at two o'clock, and will consist of twenty-four pages. -The price of the Weekly Empirehaa been necessar- ily altered in conformity to the altered character of its publicatiou,-it will be Five Shillings and Sixpence per quarter, or Sixpence per single num fber, payable in advance. 1

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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

DOMESTIC.. Abstract of Auction Sale«. ., THIS DAY."" ¿0*3 i 'ÜTÓHN G. COHEN.-At his rooms, at eleven o'clock, ' ''»-Works of Art, in Glass, Imítationa-¡of 'Silver . '.' and Plated,. Writing Desk8l^L'áaiés"' Wórk. Boxes, Dressing Cases, Brushware^' üöokin g Classesi ' Plated Trays and-Snuffers, Ladies' Companions, Scissors on-Cards, &c. MB. G. A. LLOYD.-At his rooms, at eleven { . o'clock, 33 and 36 Inch StôiTUSÏiirting, light and heavy Drab Moleskins, .Oho Case Jews : harps, Side Combs, Breast Pins,' Brooches, a Complete Set of East India' .Charts, Glass . Ware, Earthenware, "tte, MB. STEWART.'-At his Horse Bazaar, Pitt-street, at eleven o'clock, Saddle and Harness, Horses, Mares, &c. , MORT AND BROWN.-At their-rooms, nt eleven o'clock, Drapery, Osnnburghsi ' «fcc, Two Cases Oil Cloth, Table Covers. ' .'. MB. SOLOMON.-At his rooms, at eleven o'clock, Britannia Metal Tea and Coffee Pots, Bronze Candlesticks, Cash Boxes, Perfumery, jPancy Paper, Glass Ware, Brooches, E...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

- COASTERS .OUTWARDS. February 4.-Young 'Billyí ' l-8¿ Cártuss, for the Hawkesbury, with Sundries ; hawkesbury1 Lass, 14,- -Davis,' ftrHhe\*^wkeaDttry/Mtt)i'<'0andrieB Gitana, 15,.Foster, for Brisbane WaterJ in ballast ; Coquette;-72, iElliotti'för ¿Ne^iSaátfe4, in 'ballast, and with sundriesj^Midas, 2G, Pidraire,'for;New castle, wi'tlr sunflnw^ for Two- fold Bay^ith^fuM^ steamer, 130, Paine, for Morpeth; with sundries; Active, 40, MÍ Melville, for Newcastle,in ballast.'' ¿ i¡n¡T a;a>Tlie Tigress has been ont nine , months and a 9.1iai£viShe. spoke the Little Jane, Captain Fowler, xof Sydney, off Malentor, three and a half months i ::out,' 50 barrels sperm oil. The brig Governor, of Sydney, off New Zealand, 5 weeks out, clean. The Ingress put into St. Christopher, where she stayed two days, for wood and water ; the Little Jane was there at the same;time. A fracas oc- curred on board the Tigress between two of the foremost hands, on the 24th ult,, when John Daly stabbed...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

SYDNBT:-Printed by ROBERT BABB, No. 124, York-street; and Publishedby HEN uv PABKIB, Sol*. Proprietor, , at u THE EMPIRE" Oßte, ] Hunter-street, in the city of Sydney, a/oreiaid, Wednesday, february 5,1851.

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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

Agent» for the Empire. SYDNEY AND TUE SUBURBS-Mri James Alexander, ' Botany-st, Chippendale;' Mr. Thomas Lusty, Bazaar,'opposite-Wright*s Brewery, George street,'South ; Mr. Samuel Weldon, comer of Burdekins ''Terrace and South' Head Road. BkTUVRST',~-Mr};1 Charles James, bookseller, Wil ' liam-streef/'fùaiidlMr. J. R. Jones, Goorgc ' street. '."*.." V; DUNGOG.-Mri Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. 'John M'Rae, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. H. M. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie, Postmaster., PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, CLARENCE EITER.-Mr. William Pal . mer, Grafton Hotel. ' ' WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, Gcorge-strcct. :'J"-i ' . '-''?'. .¡ MORETON BAY.-Mr. William. SmiiNj\'Worth . -Brisbane. . ! GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davisï'Old Cóihhtercial Store, Shane-street. ..''!''* f*">* :'\ GUNDEROO.-Mr. Joseph Edgar,'Postmaster. WARRNAMDOOL.-Mr, Thomas C. Gosling.' POUT MACQUARIE.-Mr; James Phelps, Baker, Clarence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

ADVEÏÎTISEMENTS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ' " .' "i/TR. FLETCHER, Dentist, 22, Hunter-street, , à few-' doors from George-street,; begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that lie. con tines tb stop., decayed teeth with the. .greatest success, without giving pain, and under takes"tp supply Artificial Teeth-on, the most com- plete principle of .self-adhesion, having no clasps, or Springs off^ny kind, and being perfectly natural in their appearance. CHARGES: £ 8. d. A single artificial, tooth from O i O ' O A complete set, from. 8 0 O . Stopping. ,0 5 0 Scaling and cleaning ..... ... 0 10 0 Extracting .......... ... ....0: 2 ,6 ., Mr. F. can refer to persons of , the, highest re-, snectability, and also.wishes it to.be understood, that no charge will be made unless satisfaction be given. Hours of attendance from 10 till 5..42, riIHE, undersigned will advance oh Wool, or L Tallow, consigned to' their friends, Messrs. Budgeon and Co., London ; or Messrs. Dudgeon, Dickson, and Co.,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

DEPARTURES. " ' i.ÏÏ7v February 4.-Catherine, brig,.1220 ton«,-- Oaptj Henry, for-Newcastle. IMÚ^U him* s foiw \ Frbruary 4.-Eagle, steamer,*il30 toni . Captain Allen, .for Moreton Bay.:- ; Passengers^-Mr,: James Gilbert, Miss Barton, i JIr.y'^^rqer^.Hri^It' Little,, Mr. C. B. Atherstôniet JÚbj;'^. Debenham, Mr. Henry Debenham, ïta^J|pa^ iii' the steerage.' ?'}'?: ¿¿ -,*" \^ j

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES.^. , London-The Agricola and Juliana on Satur- day. . . Gape .Town-The Gesine, on Thursday.,, , » Califoroia-r-The Brutus, on Thursday. , .

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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

í PORTLAND. FiRE.~Wë>are sorry to have to report that Mr.->Wi» Millard suffered a severe loss, in the destruction of his house, barn, and out buildings^ byifirfe/On Tuesday last. The fire is said tó'íhaVe'originated in the burning of some garden-rubbish; the fierce hot wind blowing'"on' that day, rendering everything doubly combustible, communicated the fire to the house, and so rapid ,were the flames that there was no time to save anything from the interior, even a dog, chained near the house,, was burnt to death. Fortunately, the .fire did not reach the stacks of hay and corn. Mr. Millard's friends, and those who have experienced the unbounded hospitality prac- tised by| him, for the last nine or ten years, will sympathise with him in this loss.-Port- land Guardian. MAIL ACCIDENT.-The mail driver, by some casualty, either the upsetting of the carty orbits coming in contact with a tree, about six miles from Portland, had the misfortune to break his leg ; but succeeded in driv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 February 1851

For San Franolsoo Direct. TM H E FINE A 1 BABETTE JL JOHN POTTER, Captain Mitchell, will succeed .the Brutus; arid having all her dead weight' on board, will ]w¡Htively «nil.on the 10th proximo. Tor light freight or passage, apply to . ' 1 , ; F. Wi CLARKE, '72 Jamison-street. ; For California. .riAHE FIBST CLASS American I. Ship . " MARTHA, . 534 tons, Henry. Towne master, will sail for San Francisco, about 8th February. Tin* ship is 7 feet 6 inches between decks? and thoroughly ventilated. She is now lying .at-the Circular Wharf, and parties are invited to inspect her accommoda- tions. For a limited quantity of light freight or pas- sage, apply to Captain-Towne,- on board, at the Circular Wharf; or, to., S. WILKINSON, JUK., 181 1 Macqüarié-pláce. For San FranoWoo Direct. T3v rn H E FIR S T GLASS American ^ffllfr "?ADIR*ONDACK, »-«B»lO0o tons burthen, having all her. dead weight engaged, will have quick despatch'. For light freight or passage, apply to tho Captain on board ; or to ...

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