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MILTON ON HIS LOSS OF SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

MILTON ON HIS LOSS OP SIGHT. - . . I am old and blind ! Men point at me as smitten by God's frown ; Afflicted and deserted of my kind, Yet I am not cast down. I am weak, yet strong ; I murmur not that I no longer see ; — Poor, old, and helpless, I tho more belong. Father Supreme, to Thee. All Merciful One ! When men are farthest, then art Thou most near ; When friends pass by, my wickedness to shun, Thy chariot I hear. Thy glorious face Is leaning towards me, and its holy light Shines in upon my lonely dwelling-place — And there is no more night. On my bended knee I recognise Thy purpose, clearly shewn ; My vision Tholi has dimmed that I may see Thyself— Thyself alone. I have nought to fear : This darkness is the shadow of Thy wing ; Beneath it I am almost sacred — hero Can come no evil thing. Oh ! I seem to stand Trembling, where foot of mortal ne'er hath been, Wrapt in that radiance from the sinless land Which eye hath never seen. Visions come and go, Shapes of resplendent beauty ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

Poetry. The following beautiful and sublime stanzas are copied from the 'Friend (London) newspaper, and purport to be from an Oxford edition of the poet's works. They are not in any of the common editions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

NOTICE. To our Country Subscribers. — On the receipt of this days Journal, our Subscribers will hear the result of the Libel Case, it is scarcely necessary for us to impress upon the minds of those parties the necessity of imme- diate payment of their accounts, parties indebted to us are requested to pay them to Mr. C. Dunspord, Clock maker, William-street Bathurst, whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge.

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BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. (Continued from the 4th page.) SATURDAY, Sept. 21st. BEFORE his Honor M r. Justice Dichinson. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

BATKURST CZ'fcCUET COUELT. {'Continued from the 4th page.) SATUKDAY, Sept. 21st. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dichinson. HORSE SIFEALIN'Q. Michael Tierney native of the Colony, and Charles Goodluck, free by servitude were indicted for stealing a Mare and foal, at Dargins (,'reek, of the value of £10 on the 1st of January last, the property of William Bowman, of Richmond. \V. Bowman Esq. M. C. de nosed — I reside at Richmond, on the 28th of December last; I sent some mares and foals to Mudgee, amongst them there was a well-bred roan mare and foal ; the mare was branded B on the off shouldur, I have a man named M'Naraara.in my service, I have not seen the mare since; I have seen the foal; I saw it at Hartley about a fortnight after it was missed ; I have known the prisoner Tierney from his infancy I always heard a good character of h im. Edward McNamara depcised — I am coachman to Mr. Bowman, of Richmond; I 'was there when the mare and foals were taken away; th-2 mare that was missed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

TO ADVERTISERS. tlgf3 The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before twelve o'clock on Friday, and all orders to withdraw, not later than four o'clock on 'Wednesday afternoon. All communications for this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. JOHN WAIaKLER'S COACH, WHEELWRIGHT, AND BLACKSMITH ESTABLISHMENT, NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE. jrjppjHE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform his friends, f$ and the public generally, that he is prepared to execute orders in any of the above branches ; and from his thorough knowledge of the business, he is able to finish all orders in a proper and substantial manner, and to turn out work far superior to any done yet in Bathurst. GIGS and SPRINGS made or repaired. DRAYS of every description. LIGHT SPUING CAM'S of a superior model. CARTS, PLOUGHS, HARROWS, SCARIFIERS, WHEELB AltllO \VS, CHAFF-CUTTERS, And every description of Farmer's Implements made to order...

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California. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

California. One hundred men were advertised for by one house to chop wood near Suttersville. A new city, to be called the City of New York of the Pacific, has been laid out by a company of proprietors at the head of the ship navigation, upon the bay of Suisan, at its junction with the rivers Sacramento and San Joaquin. The papers are full of mercantile advertisements of the following tenor : — Certificates of gold dust or coin for the sums of 100 dollars and upwards payable at from one to six months, with liberal interest granted by the undersigned. The sub- scribers wish to purchase gold dust, for which the highest market price will be given. Another firm advertise that they have on hand, at Culloma, about forty-one miles from Sutter's Fort, and fif- teen miles from Middle Fort, an extensive assort- ment of every thing used by the gold-washers, at prices so low that miners may save themselves the trouble of packing in the low country. Others announce the establishment of free ferri...

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BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. FRIDAY, Sept. 2lst.—Continued. BEFORE his Honor Mr. Justice Dichinson. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

BATKtmST (BSSCUrS? COiTF.r, FRIDAY, Sept. 21st.— Continued. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dichinson. UTTERING A FORGERY. James Eoach, free by servitude, was indicted for uttering a certain forged order for the amount of £8 10s., with intent to defraud one Joseph Simmons, storekeeper, of this town. Joseph Simmons deposed, on oath, I know the prisoner ; on the 15th otthc present month he came to my store, he purchased property to the amount of £7 16s., and paid me by the cheque handed to me in Court, signed Samuel Ray mond, drawn on the Commercial Bank, Sydney ; I gave him i4s. change ;? he took part of the goods away with him, the remainder I sent to Mulvey's public house, ac cording to his instructions ; Mr. Stephen came to my store shortly after the transaction ; 1 shewed the cheque to him, he pronounced it a forgery ; I sent my son to Mulvey's public house to keep the man there till 1 could get a con stable ; I told constable Finnerty of a man being at Mul vey's who had just passed...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

- '? ~~ ??? -:.|'.; iff Impounded, .??:.. t.v. At BATHURST, on the 9th day of September; 1848 : — One bay horse, branded B jrj on neck- off side, star, short docked tail, shod, four years old, 15 hands high. One red bullock, illegible brand in diamond oil1 ribs, star in forehead, aged. One red and white cow, illegible brand in diamond near shoulder, a red and white fomalc calf, no brand. One red and white bullock, branded TH near shoul der, MC with JM over near rump and thigh, GL off rump, aged. One black and white bullock, like OC off ribs, illegible brand off thigh, (lame,) four years old. One strawberry cow, branded S with \VT over off ribs, JB sideways off thigh, with strawberry male calf, no brand, aged. One red cow, no visible brand, with red and white male calf, no brand. One red and white cow, branded ap parently JH with JC or O over off rump and thigh, black and white female calf no brand. One straw berry cow, branded CH off thigh, piece out of. off ear. One blue poley stee...

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MR. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

mn. axxTcxiE&Zi, Thb following sketch of the ' Editor of the United Irishman,'' is from the Not hern Star : —'Mr. John Mitchell is the son of a Uni tarian clergvman of Newrv — a man re markable for his sagacity, intellect, honour, and love of justice. At the age of seven teen, our young patriot and hero— for such I wish to characterise the characterless des titute Irishman— at the age of seventeen, married; He became partner in the firm of Fraser and Mitchell, solicitors, of Newry. He carried on his own department of his profession at Banbridge, within ten mih's of Newry, where he had a comfortable -and happy home, and was in possession oi every comfort. His mother still lives; and, as if the whole family imbibed their patriotism from her breast, his three sisters — all lovely girls—are as devoted to the cause of Ire land as himself. He is not now more than thirty years of age — has five or six children — is a fond father, a kind brother, and an obedient son—all chara terist...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

:? &hij-jjuta: :3ErttcIUs-nce. :/ ; r: w-:,-:i;v;--x'^AR;R'iyALs^n'... ;v - V'- ?? ? '? September ,19.j.JY£iterliiy, .schooner,, Gapt. Gwat kin, from^HpjurtvrgwnthQ, 12th; instant. / . 19. ;Dauntless- brig, Capt. Lpyett, .from , Laun-, ceston the 13th instant. ^ - ? 19. Pembroke/American^whalingbarque, Capt. Porter, from. thoiAVhaling, Grounds... - -..-;:? ; ' 23.: ; Louis and Miriam , brig, Capt., Pilfold, from Port iNicholsonthQ/, 1st, and Queon Charlotte's Sound. the 11th, instant. '..- . .. ? i ,., ?23. Scamander, brig, , Capt. Abbey, from the Whaling Grounds. :, ' ?]:') - '??'?--?'?? ' DEPARTURES. ]]'\r September 19. John and Charlotte, schooner-; Capt. Sturgeon, for Port Es--ington and Manila. 19; Ariel; schooner, Capt. Dobson,* for Cape: York. v '-;.??; ; 23. Gazelle, brig, Capt. Ramsay, for London. 23. Phamtom, brig, Capt. Fox, for Adelaide. 23. Shamrock, schooner, Capt. Winter, for Cir cular Head. 23. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, for More ton Bay..; . ;:. . i; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and 'Deeembw, and on which dates only can resignations be received,- and which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch of space, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till counter manded. The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and all orders to withdraw, not later than two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, or they cannot be attended to. No verbal communications can be attended to and all postages must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O1 Council Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. Mr.J. MORAN, Bl...

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A Word to the Young, on Dress and Admiration. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

£L Word to ta© 'ffouugy on ,3-ress and Admiration. That we may not deceive our ybirag readers by exciting ? an' , expectation - that!1 they I are going to be treated to somethingenteftain-; ing, and afterwards disappoint theraj we premise that they are- not to look upon the title we haye give'n to the few observations we are about to submit to them as the har binger of anything very attractive or amus sing; they must 'not expect a dissertation upon fashion and taste, 'or' upon grace or beauty. To be candid with them, and we hope we shall hot be censured for the ad mission, we have chosen those few words thinking they ' would be the most likely of any we know,- to arrest their attention ; and although we shall perhaps say a little upon dress and admiration, we certainly do not intend them to form the subject of our com munication. - -« ... .We feared that, if we had correctly styled the dish, the announcement would have been so unpalatable' that the contents would not have been touch...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accompanied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted.

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TOWN AND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

TOWN AND COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERs are respectfully informed, that the present No. (XXXV.) is the last of this quarter. We will now commence   another quarter's toil, and trust "our endeavours to please may be crowned           with success.'' But remember, we keep no clerk nor collector. The whole ma-     nagement of this publication is in the   hands of the proprietor, who has but little time to spare for "money hunting." We therefore trust our patrons will call at the office and pay their amounts due with out requiring the form of "a bill.'  

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CIRCUIT COURT—-(Continued.) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

CIRCUIT COURT— (Continued.) THURSDAY, September 22nd. His Honor took his seat on the bench about a quarter before ten o'clock; Mr. Holroyd, with the consent of the S0liciter General, moved for the discharge of William Stokes, who had been committed with Pa- trick White, for the murder of Peter Carrol, on the ground, that as Patrick White had been found guilty, there was no charge against Stokes. The Judge consented, and in addressing the prisoner, told him, that he was discharged as free from all blame, touching the death of Carroll. He was then discharged by proclamation. James Fairback, was indicted for stealing thirty-one sheep, the property of James Magnar, of Hartley. Pleaded not guilty. The prisoner was defended by Mr. Hol royd, assisted by Messrs. Home and Wadeson. The Solicitor-General stated the case, and called James Cannon, a shepherd, in the em- ploy of James Magnar; he said he was stationed at a place called Jock's Creek, about thirteen miles from Mount Victoria, in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions mtist be paid in advance; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. LSS^TSE-PEISSS PRINTING fCIXECUTED' AT THIS OFFICE ON THE SEA SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house in London. STATIONERY OF EVERY 'DESCRIPTION ALWAYS ON HAND. -jffe.N SATE, at the Advocate Office, THE %$ MASTERS' and SERVANTS' ACT, with THE AMENDED ACT. DOG FORMS. igfflfcN, SALE, at the Advocate Office, FORMS ^P for REGISTERING DOGS. WANTED, AS AN APPREMTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS, a Boy, who can read well. Apply at the Advocate Office. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT C. H. GREEN'S. ESQ., ROCK FOREST, near Bathurst, the ^Imported horse i CAP A PIE, Bred by Mr. Poyntz, and purchased from the Marquis of Tavistock, by H. H. Kater, Esq., for Five Hundred Guineas. CAP A PIE was got by the Colonel out of Sister to Cactus, Moses' Dam by Gohanna. See Stud Book. i C...

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Circuit Court.—(Civil Side.) Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 26 & 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

:'' ??'?????r^.i ?(:??''??;.-. ;-..-_ ?- .- - q ' ' ' '-;-'f ; --'?? -;-' ? '' ? '.' . lo .^Tuesday and Wednesday, Sepx.'26.& 27. ' wy 6o^i v.iy5FiTZGER,ti,D.^I-This was an action for 'r?Tfesp^s'ih^hicli the: plaintiff- complained that de-, ; fdn^tfnt'had't'akeii'1 possession of, iind-appropriated' f.°^ h]is'ow'^^ : jeg&igf mfa '' at Dabee, which plaintifffdeclared;was j '.ri0.- His Tby' purchase: the ' defendant' 'claimed' the land as ^ ' his^and-'tHe 'question' a&':tb'-tliexrightf of -po 'property.'.'. 't3JifhiH^sS'vL^oxy the' original coursc'bf- the'tiver, |.iiicl 1 -f':'th(i 'Suryby'6rs''whb'hadrbeen engage'd^tiy eHoh'parlVr,, ''!4i''gay'e':evid6ni:oJ-a'3---t6ithe'iHdic{iti6iis^l!-visH)ic'Sxi Mio spot;— Verdict for the dciendaTit;;--i-n1;i)iti''fii.'£!? cotjDf for all tli e land 'sought 'by. the--'' plaintiff,! exe.b'jif^;?, ; four feet on the Cudjegong River— oii the' «ecoiid count verdict also for defendant1— this 'c'ltsc'J ?caused' .great excitement, a...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1848. Public Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1848. p Public Dinner. On Tuesday evening, pursuant to advertisement, a public dinner was given to J. B. Darvall, Esq., 1 M.C., at Mr;- Read's inn. Dinner was on the table at seven o'clock, and the chair was occupied by TV J. Hawkins, Esq. 'W. Lane, Esq., J.. P., 'aridC.H. Green, Esq., J. P., acted as croupiers. 'About fifty ' sat down to dinner, and among the ? ' strangers' present on the occasion, we noticed, — ''Young; Holroyd, Johnson, and Fitzgerald, Esqrs. : After1 the cloth was removed' the Chairman called' upon'1 the company to charge their glasses, and proposed' ! ! The i' Queen— God bless her. '? Puince Albert- — The worthy Consort of our Royal Sovereign.1 ; ! ? '? His Exctelxency the Governor, Sir Charles Fitzroy; V'5 ' ; ' The above Avere responded to with all the honors; - The Chairman then said he was about to propose a toast which he would' designate1 the toast of the evening. ?;;:'TKey were met to pay1 a compliment, to J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 September 1848

fW^HE LICENSED SURVEYOR,- resident in Jjj_ Bathurst; will receive' 'a ; Pupil';.' Ayoung person, of respectable parentsj -and ^sufficiently educated, may be received into the' bflice, '' on terms which can : be ; known , by application ; to ' Mr. Nicholson, Kepple Street, Bathurst. ; .. THE UNDERSIGNED, beg to inform » the Public, that Mr. John Grant was the promoter of the Advertisement that appeared in the Advocate of the 23rd Instant. It is all fabri cation and spite, as he could not take an advantage of me in othtr 'points. I paid Mrs. Nesbit for her washing; Mrs. James Grant washed for me for some time, 'for 'which she might expect a remuner ation, but^I must refrain from hurting their feel ings, as the public know well what they are.' Ac cording to the old adage — ' those that live in-glass houses should not be tin; first to throw stones'.' ?' '? MAURICE 13 ALTON. - : To-Mr. John Grant, Junr. ? Mount Macquaiie. ^(^'T^^^JJEASE -BY AUCTION, Tor^tHe ternf'ofs three years, at Mr. ...

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Original Poetry. TO AN ORPHAN SLEEPING NEAR A FOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Original Poetry, TO AN ORPHAN SLEEPING NEAR A FOUNTAIN. How calm is thy sleep by that fountain of water ' Thou child of, affliction ! the roses o'er thee Weep for thy mother, whose chuTd heart had taught her, '..[?'?-. She ne'er would the guide of thine infancy be. Oh why hast thou wander' d to that lonely bower And wept thee to sleep there P Thou beautiful child! '.;????' 'Twas sympathy led thee, and from yon ruined tower Is echo'd the nightingale's warblings wild. The moon-beams play round thee as watching thy slumbers, They glance on the waters which brilliantly lave The bank where thou sleepest— while melody's . ! numbers Are borne to thy rest, on the wings of the. wave. The night-flowers are shedding their fragrance around thee, The zephyrs are kissing the dew drops away, — The wind scarcely sighs lest its breath should disturb thee, : For hallowed's the place where the orphan boy lay.

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