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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

. .LAND SALE. THE late sale of Portland township allot ments has produced a startling influence upon a number of minds in thedistrict; and we have heard numerous regrets expressed by persons who would have become purchs. sers, if they could have conceived that.the several portions which have been sold would have gone off with *so little competition. That the .whole of t'he unsold allotments would have been bought, and bought also at an advance of the: tipsit price, we liariv but little doubt had the sale talienlhce in 'the township, and as a proof of our assertionl, the rise that has occurred in the value of the purchased lots, and the offers which have been made to the parties who became the purchasers are sufficient to set that matter perfectly at rest. One lot, which cost £50 has been sold for £100; and it were easy for the holders of the different portions, were theyinclined to part with them, to obtain seventy-five or ahundred per cent, for their bargains. A gentleman, also, in...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

LOCAL ZGYrZLLI BMt . THE ST. PATRICK'S DIINxc.-Tho following were the toasts proposed by the Chairman (Mr. T. Hi. Osborne,) atthe above dinner, andwhich circumstances compelled-us to omit in our Iats number :--"The Qiueei," (air; " God save tihe Queen")-" The Army and Navy." (air, "Rule Britannia")-" Ireland as sheought to be" (air, " Patrick's Day"-Our English and Scotch Fellow Colonists" (air, " My Love is buit a Lassie yet")-" His Excellency the Governor," Hi--- His Honor the Superintendent"-"anies' Blair, Esq., andour Local Magistracy" ''-!''lie Press"-" The Commercial, Agrictiltural, and Pastorail Interests of Portland, and may they each receive dduiattentioh in the new Legisla ture of the Colony,"-" The Ladies; God bless them"-"Tlie St. Patrick's Society of Australia Felix"-" The Portland Scientific ind General Literary Society.". EoucArtoN.-.? rs: Hedditch having taken more commodious premises in 'Julia-street for the conducting of a respectablefemale seiinary, has during the...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

CHINA. PoSTscRiPT.-The Lord Eldon arrivedycster day from China the 24th December. Theintel ligence is of great importance, inasmuch as we have no doubt it will lead to a renewal of hostil ities. We have had the Canton papers before us, and would have inserted the whole of their contents, but we consider a summary will an swer every purpose :-lIt appears that about a year or so ago two vessels were ship-wrecked upon the Island of Formosa. These vessels were conveying troops and stores to the British army in China, upwards of 270 India natives but British subjects who saved their lives from the wreck, were niade prisoners by the Chinese authorities and placed-?i confinement. Several months afterwards, in consequence of the re presentations made by the Formosa authorities to the Chinese Emperor, these unhappy men wrere taken out upon a plan, and in presence of tile Chinese authorities, every one of them was inhumanly put to death. The Europeans ofthe two vessels, who escaped in boats, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

ToE PORTLAND GUARDIAN -AND NORMANDY GENERAL ADVERTISER is published every Sa turday morning, and immediately fo?irarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest onortunity to thefollowing places :-Sydney, 1hobart "Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, and Cape of .Good Hope; and to the Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, France, India, 4c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s, per quarter, cash 8St.; the quarters ending 31st.of Alarch Oth lJune, 30th September, and 3lstDee., in each year respectively; to some one of cwhich perlods all reaignations must previously refer. Vo resignation till beacceptedwithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per-. rons becoming'9ubscribers after the commence .nenat ofany quarter, will in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertisement-will be charged at the rats of 3s. for the frst six lines, and 3d. for every li...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

SHI1PPIN? IZNTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Mar. 17-The barque PrscHE,219 tons, Stephen son, master, froni India, via Swaxi River and South Australia. Passengers-Messrs. Alfred Waylen. Samuel Phillips, Frederick Leith,--Neiman, and Captain Hlarrington. Mar. 18-The brig Fox, 163 tons, Irving master, from Launceston. Passengers-Mr. Alexander Campbell and 24 in the steerage. March 24-The schooner NAIAD, Mallock, from Hobart Town. :SAILED. Mar. 21-The brig As?tTr, 149 tons, Clinch, nnas ter, forLaunceston. Passengers-Messrs. Kennedy, Johnston, and Swan, and 5 in the steerage. Mar. 21-The brig Fox, for Launceston, via" Port' Fairy : 50 bales wool, Claridge; -24 head cattle, Griffiths. Passengers-Captain loarrington and W. HI. Brown, Esq. Mar. 24-The schooner SINE sn.t, for Launiceston, Passengers-Mrs.'Bolger and child, Mrs. Fawthrop arid child. March 24--The barque PsYcliE' Stephenson;'mas ter, forLaunceston, withpart'of orginalcargo. Pas senger-Mr.'Nieman. IMPORTS. Cargo of the barque PvscisE.-12...

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SYDNEY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

SYDNEY. 1EGOISLATIVE COUNCIL. The GovERNOR said that the next andlast" despatch which he was about to present re lated to the subject of finance in general, and in a great measure to that of emigration ; but it was not his intention, in presenting it, to go at length into either of those subjects. The despatch in question communicated the assent, or rather recognition, of her Majesty's government to the debentures issued by him last year, in pursuance of the advice of the legislative council, to defray the expensesof immigration, 'and if anything was wanting to increase the validity bf these securities it was that very recognition which the'lhad thus obtained." At the time when this despatch was written the home government were not aware of the actual existence of the deben tures, but merely that a proposition was on foot for that purpose; and with this know ledge they had sigisified their intention to approve of the plan in the event of its being had recourse to. The amouit of the ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. LAWYERs FEEs.-We understand it is the intention of the trading community to get up a petition to His Honor the resident Judge, praying that the lawyers' fees may be reduced to the same scale as at Sydney, and Van Diemen's Land, the high rate of law ers' fees now in force in the province acting in the prsent state of commercial depres sion, as a serious injury. and ruinous to many. If the petition be respectfully wor ded, and urged upon the attention of his Honor, we feel confident of its success. We intended to bring this subject in a couple of articles before Judge Willis, but would rather, under all circumstances, leave it in the hands of the mercantile community, whom it perhaps more legitimately belongs to. Herald. ANOTHIER SCREW-LOOSE 1N TSHE CORPORA TloN.-His worship the Mayor wassworn in a Magistrate of the Territory before His Honor the Resident Judge in the Supreme Court last Saturday. After the ceremony, His Honor pointed. out in a law book, some Act...

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THE MERCURY ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

THE MERCURY ONCE MORE. "ToE Lying Guardian" affords matter for another leader to our contemporary of the Mer cry. He has made sa clumsy attempt at wit in his last,, and having seen that his low abuse of our efforts for the public good was not likely to bo relished by his own subscribers, he has pru dently made an abpteient of the nuisance, to a erious sacrifice, no doubt, of personal feeling, andat the cost offoregoing the honorof glittering n theeyes of the ignorant We pity theunhappy ight whose circumstances have chained to the inducting of a journal which he is unable cre itany to manage, ansdfrom.which-he can de ssno pleasing aliment to his voracious appe te for praise, unless he engages in the grossest bare, and belclies out the most scurrilous effu ons. He fails alike at every attempt at witti asm or reasoning to shine, and reminds us very uch, in such attempts, of the awkward antics a clown bn an itenerant stage. He isdoomed orer to rise above *a low '" buffoon;" and henever ...

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THE DYING BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

TILE DYING rBOY. 'It must be swret its childhood to give back Si'lhe spirit to its Maker-ere the heart Has grownl.familiar with the paths of sitn, And sown-to garner up its bitter fruits. I knew a boy; whose infant feet had trod Upon the'blossoms' f some seven springs, And when the eiglth came round and called him out 'To revel iti its light, he turn?d away, Andsoatghtlhis chamber toulie down and die. !Twas night, he summoned his accustomed friends, And in this wise bestowed-his last requests:- " Mother-=''m dying now ! There is deep suffocation in my-breast, As if sonte.leavy hatid oy bosom press't, And oitn mly browe I feel the cold sweat stand; ly lips grow dry and tremulous, anid miy breath Comes feebly up. Oh! tell me is this death ? Mother, your hsand !?iere-lay it on my wrist, And place the other now beneath my head, And say, sweet mother, say, when I am dead, .Shall I be missed? N'*ever beside your knee Shall I kneel down again at night to pray, Nor with the morning wake-and...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

IOIWKEGI DT TELLIGENCE. INDIA. The O)1 R )WR AYI REVIEW. Tfollowing extricts from IndiR papers, the"M the latest receivedparticulinr oflbtt close (b fgban war :-_ "Suklsr, 16th October, 1842.--Yost vill, doubtless, have heard, long before this reaches you, that all tie European prisoners who were taken and detained by the Affghans (with the exception of Captain Byrave) have been recov ered, and are now safe with our army at Cabool. This is the best news I can give you from this quarter of the world ;and that allis quiet in Seinde."-Bombay Time Oct. 29. NoTIvr cATox.-SSecret Department; Simla, the 25th October, 1842.-The advance of the British armies to Ghuznee and Cahool having led to the restoration to freedom of the British prisoners in the hands of the Affghans, Dost Mahomed Khan, his wives and family, and the wive and family of Mahomed Akbar Khan and many Affghan chiefs,. rdmain, in the absolute power ofthe British government, withoutlhaving any means of procuring their libereti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

LETTER-PREIB PRINTING 0o SCEIVY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPHIILETSt CIRCULARS, SILL-HADS, LAW FOI.RMS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT TIHE GAIWLER.STREET; - PUBLISHINGO OFFICE.OP TIlE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL.. T HE Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad vance on Wool consigned to their friends, Messrs. Buckle and Co., London. HENTY BROTIIERS. Julia-street, Portland, August 18, 1842. f On sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, TILOUR, first, seconds and thirds 1' Oats Bran, pollard Window glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 P'ait, red, green, white and black Paint oils, turps Sugar moist and reined Tea Coffee Soap, Hawes's Raisins, Muscatel and Cape Currants, figs, prunes, dates Preserved fruits, jams Pickles, quart and pint, (in cases) Sauces, mustard Sail, fine and coarse, in caskd, bags anld basiets Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes Ropes Cheese, English and Dutch, colonial butter Vinegar, whitening. Treacle Leather, sole, kip, ka...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 March 1843

POR LONDON T PE fineT'ast-sailingcopper Sed and copper-f.eoened schooner RICHARD Maotr, '.' bmurthen "200 tonis, will sail in a few days. For freight or passage apply to the captain?on board or to HENTY BROTHERS, Julia-street, Mar. 24th, 1543. Agents. - .. r HE SALLY ANN will alil I for Melbourne, via Laun eeston, on Monday next, the S 29th instant. For passage only apply to HENTY BROTHERS. Always on sale at the stores of the under signed, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of every des. criptien cf merchandise requisite for settlers' use ALSO, 1'n Diemen's Land Laths and Shingles :;ew Zealand Pine in legs Several very strong V. D. Land Wool Drayv. 'HENTY BROTHERS. Portland, . September 1, 1842. J New Butchering EstablIshment. 'tEDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF MEAT! D I;VID - OS E ' EGS to inform the inhabitants of Portland that .) he has takenr the premi?re lately occupied by -Mr. II. Lewis, in Gawler-street, where he intends Sarrying on busitess as- Butcher, having purchased a:ttle and sheep of the be...

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

TaE FORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANDY O~ENERAL ADVEITISER is published every Sa turday morning, and immediately forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportunt to the following places :-Sydney, Hobart 'own, Port Phillip, Launmceston, South Australia, Swan Ricer, New Zealand, and Cape of Good Hope; and tothe Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of Anmerica, France, India, 4c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per. quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of March. 30th June, 30th September, and 4latDec., in, Seach year respectel ; to a me. onh'df which period all resignashtn must previousy refer. No resignation will beacceptdroithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per ions becoming subscribte9 iIetr .the commence ment of_ any quarter; will n that 'casq..odtybe charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertisement will be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for every line bey...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. foareh 26-The :schooner EisinaroTo, ullbh, from Launceston . -SAILED. March 30--Tho schooner RlIAnn D MouNT, F. Dawson, for London. Passenger-Mr. E. G. Jones. IMPORTS. Cargo of, the EssianroT , from Launceeton-80 bags dour,. 10 bogssugar, 2 chests tea, 9,000paling, '12,000 feet tisiber. EXPORTS. Cargo of the. RIclno MOUNT, for Loridor- 4940 bales of wool, Henty Brothers. 71 bales ditto, Clari?'e; I cane drugs, Robert Fisher.

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COLONIAL MARKETS. CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

COLOAXL Maiz%, CAr.FULLY C.aasCtaD o1P TO Ts LAtptit? PORT PIlILLIP, Seconds..... 1 0 0 Potstw, 41s. Ration....:.... 0 17 0 Beef,b .... Wheat, busheL 0 6 6 Mutton.... Ma,,ise:.;...0., 6 0 Pork. . Bran, per 20lb. 2 0 Veal 'LAUNCESTON. Wheat,biushel..0 6 0 [Beef perlb.... Barley........ 05 0 Mutton.....0 0 Oats .........0 4 6 Pork......... 0 0 Flour, first.. 1. 0 0 .... Seconds..-....1 0 0 Butter ......0 Thirds..:...:;.14 0 0 Bread, 4lbT.. 0 01 * ADELAIDE. Wthet,busb?l..0 8 0 IF1o? , A*r,..,2 0 Bran...0......0 1 4 Sitbnds.:.*O 0t Barley........ 0 0 Bep'lb.r...0 4 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ;.,...,0 4 Maize ....... 0 .6 0 :Pork...;:,..0 0 ! Potatoes, ton:.10 ' '0 Butter . ..0 SYbHiEY. Fineflour 100lbs.Zl'0 0 Beef, prib....L0 01 Seconds ;.....;?.0,17.0 I.Mutton........ 0 Thirds..:....;*l.:`0 0 iR, inbtod... 31 Wheat, perbushael0 6. 66 Brandy .... 0 4t Maize ..:....;.0O 4'0 .igl, perton2t 0t Barley......... 0 3 6 Tea,'perchlitst.,7 0 0 Oat ........ 0 4 , TobacCo, lnbonl 0 ifay,-per ton ....

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ADDENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

...ADDENDA. Tasn pratise 'i not uncommon for authors, at theend of their literary labors, to append an addenda, on one or two points, which,: without being necessarily connected with the general subjectofdiscussion, may neverthe lesshive arisen out of some- of its lead ing topics. Additions of .this descrip tion are very useful ; inasmuch as they allow the mind of the reader to remain free to pursue. the thread of the argument which the writer has spun, and on arriving at its end, the attention without any obstruction arising from the subject out of which the special matter sprang, canbe entirely engaged upon its consideration. We are determined to adopt a practice so useful; and as we appear to have'arriv'ed at the close of the discussion that for some weeks has been going forward between the Mfercury and this journal, we purpose to give-an addenda to the whole, on a point very distantly connected with the ori ginal topic of discussion, but yet somehow or other made to arise out of...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

PORTLAND PRIE CUTRRENT, V^iLAL6E IISICEI. £ !. Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - . 0 I 0I - draught, per barrl, Ashbys a 10 ----- per hhd. ditto- - 10 0 ------ erbarrel, buton - 7 0 Beer, Trueman's siout,' pr hhd- 0 0 10,0 - Hoatrp,, -. " - - 6 III - boitled, Taylor's, .. 0 0 Bacon, per lb., takinggtlie diich • 0 1 6 Beef, IHambr`', per barrel • 0 10 • - East Iridia, ditto - - 6 0 0 Bran, p?er bushel, - - 0 1 0 Bricks, per tlousand, - 1 0 Butter, per lb, 0 - * 0 0 Candles, English, pir lb , 0 15 - Colonial ditto . - 0 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. - 0 1 0 C-olonial - - 0 010 Canvass, per bolt - - 2 12 7 Cigars, daty~paid, per 1000, from * n 0 0 Cottee, ?per cwt. I. - * 117 Cdrks, per gross . . 0 0 Deals, per foot - - 0 0 0 0 Flour, firsts, fir 001bsl . - - 1 2 - seconds, ditto I 0 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - . 0 0 0 - currants, .ditto. - * 0 1 0 Grain, wheat, per bhtahil - * 0 e 0 -- barley, ditto " - * . 6 - oats, diho - " 0 8 t Gunpowder, per lb - - 0 I I Ilamts, ditto " 0 1e 1 Hay, b...

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BURY ME DEEP NEATH THE FOAMING SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

BURiY ME'DEEP 'NEATH THE':FOAHING SEA. Bury use deep. 'nrath the foaming .ta, Fo: my spirit hath seen, in its reverie, A beautiful valley, ahere'tnouldering lies The skeleton condclae of centuries. When the storm-fiend howls in the midnight'blast: When the hurricane sliveri the tottering mast; When the crested turf shall madly hits, In an eddying vortex of recklessness, TH.s, bury me deep 'nea'h the foaming sea, And my spirit exulting, shall wander free t It shall wander free, mid the emerald caves; Far hidden beneath the mountain waves, SIt shall join the man.v of man's proud race Who have found therein a resting place: ,It shall visit the wrecks of each byegone-day, With foxms which have long since passed awnay And the dungeons vast of the deep shall yield 'Iheir secret treasures, creation-sealed, To my favored vision, and ope the lid .f the coral chests where her gems lie hid. Yec I I "long to depart; for my eiitltdotli moiirn in anguish when thoughts of my' childhood return; And...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING 0F EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPHLETs, CIECULARS, BILL-nADs, LAW FORMS, HAND-BILL,. CARDS, &C. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT THE SDElEPAL PAHONTO@ OaPtJ©EL GAWLER-STREET, PUBLISHING OFFICE OF THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. THE Undersigned are llfrhdsers, or will ad. vance on Wool consigned to their friends, sInaro. Buckle and Co., Linldin. HIENTY' BROTHERS. Jani.street, Portland,) August 18, 1842. Onsale at the Stores of the Usidersigiedi FLOUR, fabt, seconds aiid thirdi O atss hDn, pollard . " ... . ?iadow glass8 10, 10 x 12, 12z 14 Pant, red, green, white anid black Pant oils, turpn Sogar moisti Ind refmnid Coate . Soap, Hlawes's Raisins, Muscatel and Cape C?uants; figs, prunes, dates Preserved fruits; jams Pikes; quart and pint, (in cases) Saures, mustard Sal, fue and coarse, in casks;, bags ald bisekets Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes ope, Fglish and Duteh, colonial butter Viegar, whitening. Treacle Leather, sole, kip, ...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1813. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser TO PROTECT OUR RIOGTS--NOT TOI|NFRINGE UPON TROSE OF OTHIER.?" SATURDAY, APRILI. 18.13. DR. LANG. WE have not at any time brought under the r attention of. the Portland electors, any poli tical characters who are utterly unworthy of t the district suffrages; hitherto we have con- t fined our-notices-to candidates- for seats in the Legislative Council, who, though they may not have been in every way adapted to represent this district, yet were not so gene rally-unfit for the office of representative, as that it would be positively wrong to assist them'inaattempting to gain seats'in the New Council. Those gentlemen, on whose poli tical creeds and known character we have remarked have been such, that if their per sonal mand private interests had been more im mediately connected with the interests of the district, they would have been in mostother respects fully eligible for the suffraiges of the electors. We have now another duty to pe...

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