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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 15 April 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. April 10-The schooner MINERVA , Fawthorp, from Launceston. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Miss Tulloh, and Miss Best. April 12-The cutter JEHIMA, Jones, from Mel bourhe. Passenger-Mr. Edward Brown. SAILED. April 13-The brig As?hri, Clinch, for Launces ton. Passengcr-Mr. R. Cummings. April 13-The cutter JastntA, for Port Fairy. IMPORTS. Cargo of the schooner M?INWitVA, from Launces ton : 10 bags flour, 3 ditto sugar, I case sundries, 1 bale clothing, 9000 broad paling, 9 bales hiay,2 hhds porter, I keg tobacco, 12 oars, 5 coils whale line, I ditto lance warp, I ditto rope, 29 oil casks, I case ap parel, Ilcnty brothers; 5 cases earthenware,- box tra. 1 package shirts, I keg tobacco, 24 bags flour M'Dowell; 2 cases slops, 1 ditto haberdashery, I package leather, I hhd. porter, I1 ditto brandy, I cask ironmongery 2 haps nails, lutchiason ; I cask gro ceries, ' box ditto I box candles, I caskhabebdashery, I cask slops, Bourne ; 1 case fruit, 1 cask ditto, ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 15 April 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. We give the following extracts from the Syd- ney Journals, our files coming down to then ult : Archbishop Polding had arrived at Sydney from Europe accompanied by vicar general and eighteen of the inferior Clergy. They were received by the catholic body of Sydney with due honors. TIoE St.Patrick's Total abstine~ei i~t walked in procession acompanieoeby theo ho and distinguished by the banners and other . galia of the society on the festival of toi Patron Saint. In the evening, there rn a very numerous tea-party at the .Ctho School-room in a Castleroeagh-street, '~t was a great deal of excellent speaking. Mar, J. R. Brenan, Police Magistratehad be0 occupied 'for several honrs at the policeemrn in hearing a charge of libel preferred agaso Dr. J. R. Johnson, as editor of the Satrit, for publishing a malicious and scandalonuhbit against Mr. James Martin, contained, in acer. tain article which appeared in the above pult. cation on the 18tlhinstant. The defen...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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COLONIAL MARKETS. CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO TIHE LATETZDtAt PORT PEILUP. Flour, fit... 1 2 0 Bread, 4lbs;,,0 Seconds....... I 0 0 Pottttes, nt,.. 0 1l Ration........ 0 17 0 Beef, lb..... 0 0 Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton .. Maize...... ..0 6 0 Pork .... Bran, per 201b. O 2 0 Veal ...... LAUii ES'ToN. Wheat, bushel..0 6 0. Beef, perlb....0 Barley........0- 5 0 Mutton ..,,,,, " , Oats..........0 4 0 Pork..... , 00 Flour, firsts.. 18 -0 0 Veal.... . 0 0 Seconds...... 1 0 0 lutter., ,i'7"0 1 I Thirds...:... 14 0 .0 Bread, 416, :o 01 ADELAIDE. Whseat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsints,.28 0 Bran.......... 1 4 Seconds......20 Barley........0 4 0 Beef, perlb.,..0 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ..,,. 0 0 Maize .......0 0 0 Pork;......,,,,0 Potatoes, ton.0 '0' 0 Butter . ..0 2 SYDNEY. Fineflourl001bs,~l I0 0 Beef, perlb....,0 Seconds .:......017 0 Mutton........0 0 Thirds. .a....... 015 0 Rum, inbaod,,.0 a Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy.......I0 4 Maize .......0 4 0 Sugar, perlonG2 0 Barley .... . 0 3 6 Tea, per chest.,...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

SStPPIfc rL r.LIGENCL ARRIVED. :r 20-The rzlttr 3tINXA, torn Port Fiy SAILED. 3_ r I: -The ere GP.I)CI*ý, on 'whiinga CWSe CLEARED. A ~: °_I-The ac5>oner ?SixrryYy Faxiborp, for L__nczs'o I' Bearers-dir.' WzCtsBn, cabin; 3 se- I'e...ere.. TcrLge. ESPORTS. Cc Eo of thMi1NL sA- 4O boles woo, 1 box of nrit- I "-,:L eea~oto, '0°_ sbeep.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Nrws from the Cape had been received at Van Diemen's Land to the 29th December. The Frontier Times, mentioned that a se= vere drought had occured between Sumerset and Graham's Town. A plentiful fall of rain occuring however, it brought timely re hef. PORT NAT.L.--By overland mail from this place, which arrived to-day, we have infor mation to the 24th October. All was quiet -though some sensation had been caused by the fact that the infant republic was tender ing to the emigrants title deeds to the lands severally held by them in that country. Captain Smith, with becoming spirit and promtitude, had endeavoured- to arrest this proceeding, and has issued a public notice, in which he "warns all persons, whethei British subjects or otherwise, who may be concerned in preparing, singing, or in any manner whatsoever circulating the aforesaid illegal documents, they by so doing subject themselves to the heavy penalties attached to seditious and treaso...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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THE INCOME-TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

TILE INCOME-TAX. (rRonls LAClKWOO'S .MAGolZtO-i) All you who rents or profits draw, Enough to comre within the law, Your button'd pockets now relax, And quickly pay your income tax. A pleasant medicine's to kill, Your oily cure's a bitter pill: The drugs of base deluding quacks 3Made Peel prescribe his incoihe tak. You can't enjoy your pint or pot, And then refuse to pay the shot; You can't pursue expensive tracks Without a toll or income tax. Ye Quakers, clad in sober suit, AAnd all ye Baptist txibes to boot' 'Twas right perhaps to free the blacks, "But thence arose the income tdx: Ye bagmen bold, ye lovers fond, Who daily like to correspond, Rlemmber, as you break the wax, Cheap postige means an income tax. ''e odaisy fools, who make a rout To try to keep theTories out, The blunders of your Whiggish hacks Have brought us to this Income-tax. Old Cupid's wish to crush the Czar, Has cost us, in thse Affghan war, iBoth English lives and Indian lass, .And hast_;s'd on the income-tax. R...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

SOUTH- AUSTRALIA. 'ie public prints from. this ,Colony, "repre 4nt a difference of opinion existing between the local government, .and the directors:of °e bank of South-Australia; The Gover ?Irsakes a demaind on the bank for some £10,000,by authority of ins(ftctions from Tohe.. This the bank will inot accede to., The following extracts are from the ao iner ana Soutlhrlyl 4uralisn ; Itr. IDehorne had brougit from -Sydney1 ýIn nhty.lsorse power high pressure steam t tyes with l stones and flour mill machi °"Y colnplete,. . TiHE COUNTRY.-Agricultural operations are. being carried on with more energy, if -possible, than last year at this time, and notwithstanding the ways and. means of getting in the harvest appear more doubtful than ever, no check has been given td farm labour by this circumstance. We niay con fidently rely on 35,000 or or 40,000 acres in the approaching season, with a consider able enereased production from the 13,477 acres of land first turned up last year, which, in...

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

TII. P'ORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMIANBr ;cs5aAi. ADVEaTISER is published every Sa turday morniny, and immediately forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportunity .to the following places :--Sydney, ltobart Town; Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Suorn River, Net Zealand) and Cape of Good llope; and tothe Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of Amnerica, France, India, ,e. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters endin9 31st of March 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively;"to some one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. No resignation will be aceeptedwithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, will in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertisement lwill be charged at the rate of 3s. fo the first six lines, and 3d. for every ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

MISCELLANEOUSB. YWATEOY PoTATors.-Potatoes at this season of the year are often found to be watery antl deficient in flavour, though boiled with the greatest care; it will be found that by placing them a week hefote using, near a fire or stove, they will havegained their proper consistence and flavor. O.r. of the most remarkable personages in Cork for a series of years, wasa s?hrp witted little fellow, named John 'lloyle, who puhblishd, dteriodieal called "The Freeholder." As'Boyle did net see that any peculiar dignity-hedged the Corporation of Cork, his " Freeholder" was remarkable for severe and satiri Cal remarks upon its members, collectivelyandperso nally. Owing to the very great precautions as to the mode of publication, it was next to impossible for the Corporation to proceed against him for libel ; if they could have done so, his punishment was ceriain, for in those days, there w-ere none bnt Corporation Juries; and the fact that Boyle was hostile to the municipal " clique" ...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. n'lioLsAL.E PRICEs. i; Ale, littldd, bunbar's brand - 016 - draught,.per barrel, Asby's - 6 10 - - per hhd. ditto - - - 10 ------- per barrel, burton - 7 0 leer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - -7 0 - Ioare's, . - 10 - bottled, Taylor's, - - 01 Bacon, per lb., takingthe litch - 0 1 Beef, liambro', per barrel - - 10 - East India, ditto - - - 6 Bran, per bushel,. - - -0 1 Bricks, per thousand, - - - 1 2 Butter, per lb, - - - 0 1 Candles, English, per lb, - - - 0 1 ---- Colonial ditto - - - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb.' - - - 0 1 ------ Colonial - - - 0 01 Canvass, per bolt - - - 212 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 1 0 dotle; per cwf. - - - 5 Corks, per gross - - 5 Deals, per foot - - - - 0 Flour, firsts, per 101ibs. - 1 i 2 - seconds, ditto - - - 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. . 0 0 - currants, ditto - - .0 1 Grain, wheat, per bushel * - 0 7 -- barley, ditto I 7 - oats, ditto - 0 6 Gunpowder, per lb - 0 3 Hlams, ditto -- - 1 Hay, best description, scarce - - 9I Iron...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

SWAN RIVERI. (FROM3 THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.) We now proceed to lay before ou' read ers a short review of the events of the past year. The year opened with lowering prospects as to the state of monetary affairs, and it was the same embarrassment as that which was then visiting tile neighbouring colonies. Some few failures did occur, but by judici cious forbearance, and reasonable compro mise the impending storm was aertced. The value, however, of every description of, pro perty now commenced to be on the decline ; fine stock and farming produce, from their abundance, fell at least £50" per cent,, and land owing to tile absence of purchasers, was rated merely at a nominal value. Some few forccd sales Of stock, &e., tended to hasten the reduction in price of colonial productions, and up to the tihlie, the gra ziers and agriculturists have not had it in their power to restore the lnarket to its pris-. tine state of high prices. This reduction in price has operated beneficially ...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1843. AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

IPORTLAlD GUARDLAiN, And Normanby General Advertiser : Pr.OTEC~T OrE EaGITes-NSOT TOINTIhGETsrro T1osEt OF OTHEiL" SATUIRDAY, APRIL 22, ISI3. AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. Iv rintinuing the subject we directed attcn :ian to in our last number, we proceed to notice. the prospect of the Australian Colo nies in reference to that essential of their we-.dth-Labour. in :his particular,appaarances make against us. For 1st, there never has been an ade quate uppnly of labour in any of the Aus :talian Colonies, to equalise the profits of the employers and the employed. And even at the existing times of depression, pro perty is multiplying in a greater ratio, and a demand for labouris every day becoming more urgent in our rural districts, than the supply we receive can satisfy. Stock and Lands in p.ivate hands are much greater than the holder can profitably manage, hrough. the deficiency .of labour. And t:hse dependencies of the British Empire wil for years to come require a much larger acquisition of...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. DEBATING SocrETY.-A very long and in terresting discussion took place at the deba ting society yesterday evening, on the ques tion-Whether the inferior animals are pos sessed of reason as well as instinct. W. I-I. Breton, Esq., was in the chair, and in his address to the meeting brought forward many woilderful anecdotes illustrative of the extraordinary sagacity of animals, several of which had come under his own obrervation. The attendance was more nunlerous than on any previous evening, and so animated was the debate that the society were under the necessity of adjourningit to Friday the 11th, for the purpose of' uflbrding each of the mem bers an opportunity of expressing his senti ments. It is to be hoped that the ranks of the society will be considerably argumented during the winter months, and that most of the respectable young men in this town will avail themselves of so favourable an oppor tunity as this society affords them of obtain ing amusement and inst...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Is continuing our extracts'fro'ftlid tMelbourne papers, lately rcccived, we are happy to lhave it in our power to state that the increased exporta tns 'which. are. taking place fro ..that port, and the reduction in the quantity of its im portations; thle best guarantee is thereby given of returning prosperity to the whale of .Port Phil lip. In addition to the usual articles of. exports Wool and Oil, to tile English Markets, are Salt Beef, Tallow; Tongues and Horns. Mr. Williai Clarke, the celebrated organist, df. elbourne, gave his first concert to a nume rao and respectable audience in, that town. liis Honor theSupaerintendent, and His Worship the Mayor were present. The whole perfor mance went off. with the utmost eclat. LLIUonIet's Tows.-Is rapidly on the wane. lie decreased liumber;s obfshipping to Hobson's lie beig one and inideed the main cause of its decline. Fseraeo.-The Fiishermen of Ilobson's Bay bre to pay a tax at William's Town, for lib...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

COi2soixCIAL & iiuP?;E ;EIS. i 'c L . ::a t Low lHeid. in charne of; r. Žiard .' d. 1 revuarahblv e-rll k?e.t;the inte ~:1r of t ei . it clhn ant the teachiaere -richt. oua rz.:lh t. t- tyLv four ete.Padder;y Sta::i: ' i I. e5_ ; 1 ?-.i anpir I .ddn-r h nait 1 h ..ur ~Z mtow-red vith a aot of lead, to r:_vet e.I-de:,: fr:m `r_. r.e li_--: cConnhs .f three it_ - les and refiectore,:which mu~ke c ;m,.:.c- r- ol uina in faift: 'nutes, anti of c r? in: t!:.: ?,.-- c.f tie the light showr ?rdall, lny ::e s and e~iinishaes three tutes. In -r::.iznr c!i nine -inps are ig'h:ed, in win ter ifteen. TLe coZk work requires to be -rounni up eerr fire bo t?, bat the lamps con tain a uptlrv of o.l Eu-ii:-ent io sern-il dayn, ano onpl need to be t:r-:med?l ?t?cr d:ri:e the ::iht Ta. e lieLgt i' ib-le at the dliane of i aentr ml'est from :ne deck of a vessel anes. T'he ?,Wlouse is erected on tht rere of aieadiand, and from the parvpet, on a caler do'-, the view is e ntle-n-ve and dePt~"'l.h ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

TIIU3 S BOOTH, B F . ar , .: -- 1 0 , ?r 'a r e i .u z z : '= > e, - :&?. :,m .. .. TY F L :aS-?, - C :-s .. . e 1 {' 0 n the Ite. st rte-r:- te of thie iate lr. ? W. ost. .f orot;-3 Sf. . _I. P t .ar i z R . of ftie S:.?. eC? MR. WM3. MI'IDOWELL - .-; ' ; i . , .- t,: ,.!,--% ,e - rp E rr 5 E-L:.. f :hL G.,,l_. C t' : ., r- S ?-:,l SHEET ALf E A CNA U3: ,843. _1 T l,_ iBi ed- s r o:3:_= x :r. z: :F.e SG *: . i. O .ee;. l'i-. d, a laue ?d -t ex,--- .' SO e: Al u:x ac. c, : _-c a '..Y. : i.L - - L . .a. .. in P:,e Us-: c?-r-s rf ?? :a-? ..t Tile TCl 1:.y s _ . 9 . -'- A Mid nd S?:'d:?; ,f the c a 1.i- ¢: T,-a-s, En- st d Re,:.='.:'?.ie"Da, 'en 0In-ds r-eward. Si." ARD tf Tc" j'_ cr. } 1 Le r arid t :.r, arc ti o h. C - iefr a . - P?. ISIC2':RD~ :LSH, .5.--' y . a .n e . - . -.S p - a. L aenait::r:vometai nstabiLuhment A.:, ::: c.:df . e L. . t'. n t. Ofe. .C" i; u, 17. eibi". , rze, ;!·c *, r:.iaxTt -."n".--cr SL . o ,'a- zn-:.: I t. T L e R -.? by ? :h r p ?e n a x : el h...

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GEELONG. DR. NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

GEELONG. (rnot THE GEELONG .AbveRTIStit.) 1DR. NICHIOLSON. On Tuesdav last, a meeting of the electors of Gee long, was hold at the Woolpack Ine. Mr. G. F. fieid having been called to the chair, Dr. Nicholson was introduced to the meeting; and that gentleman pr caeded to give an outline of his views on the lead ing gnestiona of Colonial polities, which he did in a clear and perspicous manner. .Ie congratulated the colonists generally on their enjoyment of the ebertise of those rights of which they had hbeh deprived, (he might say unjustly de prived) since the time of their arrival in the colony. Tihe measure which had'put them in possession of these rights. was not, he must say, of that fill and satisfactory nature which they had a right to expect; for he believed there was no colony equal in wealth andpopulation, which did not enjoy those priveleles df tBlf-governsment, generally considered to be their, birthr:ght. The principal drawback to the measure for constituting a Legislative...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, - INCLUDINO "PAMPIILETS, CIRCULARS, BILL-IIADS, LAW FORMS, IIAND-DILLS, CARDS, &i. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT TIlE @E TrIAL PfI101t03T O C© @ H 2 GAWLER-STREET, I'uuELSIHING OFFICE OF TILE P'ORTI AND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. T II E Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad vanOce on Wool consigned to their friends, h?issrs. Buckle anid Co,q London. IHENTY BROTHERS. Julia-street, Portland, } ugusT, 1842. August 18, 1842. J On sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, F0lUlt, first, seconds and thirds j, Oats Brano pollard Window glass i x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 Paint, red, green, white and black Paint oils, turps S'lgar moist and refined Tea Coffee soap, Hawes's Raislns, Muscatel and Cape Currants, figs, prunes, dates Preserved fruits, jams Pickles, quart and pint, (in cases); Sauces, mustard Salt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes hopes " Cheese, English and Dutch, colonial bu...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 22 April 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LICE.SINS DAY.--Ti5esday lastbeing the day appointed for granting publicuns' licenses, the applicants attended at the Police Office for the purpose of taking out fresh licenses-; but, in the absence of a third magistrate, tlihy wmre rinable to succeed. Mr. Blair infornted themthat they could dttend dli tliat day week, when, if the magistrate was not in attendance, lies would grant the licenses himself, as the Act empowered him te do so. This delay is a great inconvenli ence to some of the publicans, as two or three of thei canie a distdnce of from forty tosixtyimiles; to whom a week's dtdnition in town must cause a considerable loss of time and money. - CouaT or REQUCTS.--Upwards of 50 sum monses have been issued out of this court, but we imagine the aggregate amount of the sums sued for will scarcoy exceed £250, and out of that the greater part will be settled out of court. The establishment of this civil process to recover small amounts, will have a powerful mo...

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MR. JUSTICE BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 29 April 1843

Mit. JUS'T'ICE BURTON. AT the Assizea hoiden at Maitland during the last nmont}, Mr. Justice Biurton delivered a very excellent address, of which the following is an ubridgement: "I have now the honor Sor the third time, in the perftrrmanace of my duty as one of her Majesty's .Jualges, of holding the assizes at this place. "On tile first of these occasions it was my lot to introduce into this district the nrew systelsn of the ad nlinistratiatt of justice by circuit courts; it is now my lot to find my judicial visit agait marked by all event mo: t deeply interesting to us all, I mean the sstlblishment of a local legislature, which will be, to a considerable ec:tent, formed by representatives fteely' cl osen by yourselves. " It wouldt 1be foreign to my present purpose to make any eomrnutn: upon tile particular mode in ach'eh it has pleased her lMa;jesty, with the consel.t st" Pa.rliament, to provide for the discharge of tile legislative functions in the colony; but, having been 'calle...

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