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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

COURT O F lt HQ U iiSTS, The Court of Requests, in itVex tnded jurisdiction, for the County-of Cutttberlnudywill be open to the suitors on the 1st of January. The Commis: .¡oner is preparing the rules of practice Aud tablé uí íetü for the occasion,

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

-ç-, Advertisements aro charged-fur th» first fix hw*, lu., and ld. j>er lin« for ail above that utmibtr, CJKA

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY, FOR NOVEMBER 23, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

DT A RY, FOR. NOVEMBER '23, 18*3. H. M. Sunrises ......... 5 2 Sun se s . 6 58 Canopus rises - 4 25 afternoon Sirius rises ......... 7 53 afternoon The Ecliptic interjects thf» horizon nt 3, p. M., in the poiufs 118° 33' and 6? o. 27* »rom S: . augie of inclination Moon's Ace 2 days | Morin in first Quarter-29th day. 12 «nts ; |>ast 5 morning. Fis KR ATA-Tn our fourth pa sr, 2nd Inte of the Transition from Virgil - for '« A hage" read u Ambles''; and liïie 5 »»f paine arti« Ie, for " Wbisker Sud» " rear! " Wbkk eran Jos.**

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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PETITIONS AGAINST THE LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

ÜWTíOWS AGAINST THE LAND ACT. Ir the colonists will not be true to them- selves, how can they reasonably com Çiain of being neglected by others ? 'bey are conyinced almost io a man, that the minimum price of twenty shil- lings per acre, imposed by Lord Stan- ley VLand Act, is one of the most mis 'chiévons absurdities, with reference to its own professed objects, that Parlia -jnent could have been guilty of. Tney Relieve-or rather they positively know wtb^rthe average of our pasto re ground is no more worth a pound an acre than His worth a pound a foot ; that any jperson who should be. fool enough to ijmR'hase a stock station at that price, "for the single purpose of grazing.would * soon discover that he might as well have thrown his money into the sea; ^ d that the notoriety of th s fact must . in/vita bly t^ad to one or other of thes ' suits-the perpetual ruin ot the Land . l-undj ora-modification of the statute. They see that the immigration of capi- talists has censed ; and so as...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

SElfiCT POETRY. lín>if<e*« »ot a heath, however riiílef But hath some Utile flower, :^tc hrighfea up it« soli Iud*, And scent the evening hour! That«*'runt-a heart however east By ßHfcf and sorrow down, Bat b*th souie toercory of the past* To love and call it» own ! *» - Lopga est injuria, lot £¿a A IB 1) age ? -:- -- Vi PG. Mv.i. 345." _A. Fnjrn-MEííT rr Act. 3. SCENEI# (Puter Di>n Whiskerando-(Solus.* --- O tl i* ungrateful world J - '$ïy fnir nauT« bullied'! my houeety im* pe» rh pd'j £J. wh- m tho hondrer?* nfeVrcou'd tvjr.rr, "|l«vp, hr, < Univ rt pii'a*i n tim*destroyed 'Pv him I hervei'.-Oh tba! ii-«rr»»e rVi*i;o hu* forme would ¿ eVr Lave got ORP tn io AÎHI P'iîi hp grumble?,-«and v ¡ U loud rep ftarh **T< l!s to i hi« world »he «av I robbed him. ¿1 tv\hn\ \ i robbed him! ha* Mich word« ? 'Would not the usiner cnaa JifM i*t*r cenf on worry 1- nt I And I \ V hui baie I dot e ?- faVr. biu thc «ame tFt»r nmnev trained ! F r ih*t ]MP had ii...

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PENRITH ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

PENRITH AJíNUAL-Tt^CES., - I These Racefc came off on Tuesday, \ Wednesday, and Thursday last, and were tolerably well attended e*ch day» The arrangements of the Stewards were*1 excellent; and no accidents have oc- curred. Notwithstanding the unpa- ralleled depression under which the Colony is at present labouring, several sovereigns-changed- hands during the ctnt ju ira nee of the sports. The subscriptions to the Races were so "-Übend; that the Treasurer, after pay- ing the whole of the expenses incurred, (amountin«r,we unders'aud, to upwards j of £\9o) has a snug balance in ban i towards the fund for the next annual meeting. This is r,s it should be. The following was the order of racing ; - First fray-The Penrith Town Plate of 4» Sovereigns-^Weight for agc. First beat-Mr. Higgerson'a .foe J rock« f dead Bír J. Jaraiio*'s Si t beau I^J Heats 2nd 3rd 4îh Mr Hïir^r^rtV^pr^rka j 3 I Slr Badgery'* I.»cfy \f*»rjran Sig >ir J. Jamisoujf^ir Charles 2 2 di*. Maide53*Iatc of 30 So vs. K...

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MR. THOMAS STUBBS'EIGHTEEN REASONS FOR THE PRESENT DISTRESS OF THE COLONY. (Given in Evidence before the Com: mittee on Monetary Confusion.) FROM THE "AUSTRALIAN" [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

MR. THOMAS STUBBS EIGH- TEEN REASONS FOR THE PRESENT DISTRESS OF THE COLONY. ; {Girett in Fri'lmce before the Com: miaeeou Mouetary Cotiritsion.) _m_1 J FROM TUB "AUSTRALIAN" What, in yonr opinion, is the cause < of the great fail it) the s*îlm£ priée of i |)»'o|K*rty ? I think th**re*sre a great . rr any CÍ»«IR*S ; Î won Ul CHU iterate ñ ' Uw : Fin*tt the sudden stoppage of transportation, a? atiene when the land- ed mt?rest spent immense s<r"8 of mo ney tn the extension-of their estates, tsîider the promise of assigned Jabour. Secot «1,--The: wit fad ra wal of die C*»fn tislssariat expenditure, now enjoyed by the colonists of Van Diemen** Lau.b Jf300,C03 or ¿ÍG8.0Q0 per annum. '3 hird,-substituting Rn cr.miçrrarion fy sf ein, which has drained a million of UtoM-y ftoni the colonists, one mercan* j tïic house alottf't having cc nHihuted, as we hear, towards-this Revenue elis l<ursemeti « to the amount of £1*5^000« ! Fourth,-rise in the tüíuitr.nm pr...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 23 November 1843

VARILTIES. FIDDLING AXD FERIRTOSH.— Mr. Wilsot»; «I*p SM» tdi voca'i*», reï»»tt»d   tlw» f dlowirç; hurnoro«* y»tu-rdo<e, tn fi ï^iïsiea1. lerhre itt A'cwrast'e uooo-Tyn* / mi« it?Vf o< ihe go*p»i s ri Gnewck. 'l'i-v M i\ YViUon%« .is Í:C- n~ reuní fl fos-dsce l» i solitude «iih lUo music ifLísh Itt» drew <'fmm. a viidiaccllo- ti, recreation w-td eli * fwtlj' fcatidfciieed die ** utïco gaul" tv f iii -r-'ngrftfalion, ard iudticed therh tofií'nda « fl potation nfttteehleia and dirons to rids residence, t<» retnonsira'c with him Do profane pursuits, Mr. Wilson, hefare . Ihe arrival of Lis visiters, ha l received a * M ot of thc ohjeet of their mission, and . *r-a prepared to meet tLero, No soon r liSti tl;ey taken their seato in hattie array/ tl an he produced a lottie of choice Fe yintnsh, iridi tie other tr.ateria's for a iret&injï of toddy, the favourite beverage a! ko f f tl4.*"pious and ihe \ rofane in the country n...

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A HEART TO BE LET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

Ä HMaT TO SE LET. To be let at t very áepr¿]>h j*le; A soup Ittd* house tn a ; Î4«aUhy átate t *Tis n Bachelor'« heart, a fad the agent la chance, Affection Hie rent io be naid rn adrante. Th* ewnèr, as yet, ¡bas I ir efl in it alone, So the lUiarea are not t>f rouen ?a!oo,h«t toon *T»ilKfce furnished by Cupid himself, if a wife * Take * lease for tue term of lier natura' : life. ' ! Then ladies, desv ladies, pray flo net forget - An eitceUent Bachelors henri te be let « The tenant willliave » few taxe« to pay, j orr, honnr(and heaviest firm) OBST. A* fer the good tv ill che tuhscri ber's inclined Tft h«»e'Mi«%ïîf!e4?r#e«1*1*,!i»»lî<»il in ^ind-; Jn Vi fl, -ff tr« ri)ti!d siictj a <n»tf*f* r raOSTf Ii M be M<iMy «Mfg^ted to tak« in iP*"«*! t«d true otto by ft«* lenee "Ks short» ¿la I«; rt C:;enctimber*d, aa free as his Bo lad irv flaat 1*í!í,»*, f rar á > not forget, An excellent IJxlielorV hw! lo be le?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

G. A, EAGAB,printer ami Publisher, Fitzgerald Stree*, (adjoining Mr« r*uMitosk*8t ) Wiüpst'K, Nevr Soutii Walt«. Ad ver ti seme n ts ar* charged*-for th# first FIX lines, lg., and Jd. |>er line for all above that UUIKIH^ catto insertion* . ~>

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMONHD ADVERTISER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

* ANT) «I CH Mp ND ADVERTIS MR TUUHSDAVV »ECEMBKR 7, 1S43. RENT DAV is now fast approaching, and it is willi great come «ni we antici- pate the difficulty and trouble it will cnnse to the poorer class of Settlers, There is no rémunérât itig p¥ue to he obtained either lor (hain br Stock of any desorption ; indeed life prices afc present realized will barely reimburse the settler the amount oMhe outlay ex; pended in raising any description bf Farm produce. His case ig, indeed, hard. He is put to his shifts all the year round in finding wages and ra* tions for Iii« mew, and other necessary w < xpeusi ^attendant on fa niling1 pursuits - liai vest come s, ami with it .his ex« pences and troubles iucivase: he, how- ever, manages hv hard labour and . s elf den iu( to overcome tl UM ti ; but a greater tr* ubieiOnn al I.¿hen st.treR him in ihfc face; his iaudiord is at the do ,r and demands his rent ;to satisfv-him would require all and more than tue whole ol Iiis crop,if sold at ...

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DIARY, FOR DECEMBER 7, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

DIA KY, ~~ T~- } ; SOR I) ECK MUE IL 7, ÏS43. H. M. ' j Sun rises . . .,. 4 55 I Sim se s ». 7 «5 ! Sirius F.iist. <) 30 »ft* i PU-ai'les Nmüi .... lo 44 ajU. Regulus lises. li 40 aft. ; 'J he first point of Littra wi ii r;se, and the ÍHM point c»f Aru*s will set af (> mts/ past 1 o'clock in the morning A!'the 8th ; F«U Moon,this day,at £ uiiuutespiîSt j 10 tu the mot mn«:. * - . ?

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WINDSOR DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

WIXíWm DISTRICT COUNCJL. ON T:»esdnv', a Qn:*r<erly \f^e?íivj^ of file Windsor District Council wu« held .at th»\( V>uu< il ChamHeis tit VI r.cqnnrit! street. On titi* occasion tiley duts tttvd rallier stronger tiran tistsrd, th?re hc\(\<r in attendance the Wanlen jnnd four Councillors, ßsmHy, Messrs Teh: tint, lompson, Arndri!,a;?d i'itz^reraleí; indeed they comprise lite whole of our present District Cnn neil. J The preliminary step W.TS to rea»1 over the intitules of UK: last meeting, w} uh having done, the Warden read a ?truer received frftm the CoUmu! S«ete« {»ry, approving «»f the tegpr-crive appoint- ments- «>/ à a ra iud Aíoith, íüsq., as Xrea «irír, Mr. Langley, as Survivor, Mr. CaUaway ns Clerk, and Mr. L. Wi.ile and M r. S ivan o<¿ the Asse^rs; Uv tftea stated tuai as Lc li a J pre* iotid,y informed (lie Cou rici1, a letter bad been far v;.rj<-<i to ihé* Goce tn nt« nf, requesting thai thc »tieft and ...

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DISTRESSED LABOURERS AND MECHANICS' COMMITTEE REPORT. FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

i©lSTHlf2S^DX%BOURKR^#tí¡ U fc?HA N1 CS* COM M IT TEE ' } ? REPORT. ^ 1 FROM THB A OSTRA li IA IT. ' *Ä& e ha*e perused with interest the <$j^$0'rt of t lits Com m it tee, anil confess ' Stittt while we were fully awarettf a à í&tge «mou nt *>f dist revs exist nie ;Í^ÍíÉí^Ltí,eoPpraí'ves <»f Sydney, we ^WWWÇnow sillier tint that distress vent to the extent which the Report y^ites,or that »ny Other classes besides those who imy he strictly termed-tite , chalíes, tui&ht lie «aid to he-seriously HSiifleriug. -i t-appears, h o wer er, Y*11^ » <feiiíhjí«d fact it ««doti ht rd ly is)that ?.?vrJ^^^Î^Â.i^f!ï-Î/^9 people, oa«tely ;.Ä^4i;mS"v8#i married woräfrvIMiTj . rtJOl children are in a state of dent ¡ tu tion at th« present moment, «H <t i« officially declared that this list is likely ^ou6iderahiy to increase. Without en - rte ring too «tn examination of any of the tb ive cause« whifch are a?: « figried iti the Repar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

. CHEAP TlUWt,I.ÎNTG I-BBD0C-t ? l'ÏON. IN FAiliit: ! HENRY HTTî>^ON, in- retuwlnî In» ernteftil tüank* to bin FîUnda' stid tîie Public in général, for ih» k»Yuï rupport they have ¿«stowed on Vim «ince bc commenced rutinle^biftCOACrl^bei?*! that tlioy will eominue to favor bim wiib ibeir patronage, . - Tb« Public will observe, tint be bas rc-déceMie TâTée to TWO 8411 LU XG V to P A lt U A M ATT A , »nd Tbree Shiï: . Httgs and S ii Pence BY LANI) to Sy.ï; îiry. - Persons désirons of proceeding by lb« S'eaiuer tm m Peer*nntt« have no OCcaMon lo book their Naines at any offire, »Mlle y c«n i*<ti f r'Two Shilling in the After 'Ca.btu, «rn'd One Shilling, in tho For« l^ebin«. <--A discern i n¿ Public will af once ace i'he advantage of lhes«' reductions, and C"tvro»t Jj-»ni with the charges likely' to be den a »il« cl eV«* where,, it bis Coach ¿\4is oree remnwd o T l li»* !»»««. Wiinhor^N >vf 60. I9i3. T<V.í,K.T. F ° R v & TERM Op YEA « S *A ...

Publication Title: Windsor Express And Richmond Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 7 December 1843

VARIETIES. A4iff«tfftt«ist'ttaroftrt $f meiont ile** 4t*ïii a*;«! t&jcgo «atetes tn ÄS Irish count j . wh«v- lifeô- in«^y if!c]<?peiid«rít gentlemen ©Mj«J5**fce re'tgiooi t»*r*>iasion, is very; «v4*r\0 to tj*« ithe S}St*hit va« lately ,* necked Uy hi* PpiriUrJ adf's^r itt«thv rCoart ét C1i.!i«cery# Tie proceedings .|«s?i tit d ttguîtittitim wer» c f an ext», ed! Jtrgîy hai^h »ml *i dfauve nature,vo mnehj to, ilia t he coriceîred a il i¡d i l%? agaiost lite-j wíiolé rîMife «f p«ram*f, «nd ordered ni?» pater, un the «ide of a certain cathedral low», ic *be «îi*sed against every ene of ! thrill. The re«t of tl»« publicare freely fidmittFfij «s bcforPtiotfij^y ibo b;tutifú| aad extensive rtdv.e-tb.ough bis ground?, jvhch ar« hot calv attractive by their fin« cenery* tnt aifon! the convenience cf a «boiter way (ban lite high road, bo Uveen the town afor<?*fiid atti! another of .votistderatilt resort, A Abort li ¡ne ago * . certain rqueatrtan prelate, comi...

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THE WINDSOR EXPRESS AND RICHMOND ADVERTISER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1813. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 December 1843

THE WJpSTX) S'Ô Xi '£ XP R £ 5 S R T C T f M O N H A T> V K T? T T S f . rt T ii U Ii.» D'A V, DfiCE'MBE U 2 T î g l3. À Meeting of theWindsor Di«Hct ! CVmncil? ivíiSfc:hehh on. Thursday nt tho Council ''C*h»Bî1iers"»i* Manjuime street» when tlYe Warden; Wm. Cox, l'\«q. and 'Messr«V-'Te4UwHl and Tompson, Coun* cillnr?',atteni1ed. TííererWíiü no business of importance before *tl'e Comic i I farther than nut king some &eees$n ry arrangements iv it h, ÍUKI ' .gtvirg instruction? to the Stir^ybr4o¿ nss st the Assessors by ascertaining the hou.nd;ari?g of sume of the farms oti the ^I;^;.Jj|.shury River, which is the point where they are at present actively fol. lowing tht ir avocation«. . A draft of the Ç>ye Laws \<as also-produced hy \Ir. 'Feb bu J, one of the Committee for fra n i itng thés a me, h n t not i >e i i > cr a s ¿ e t in nfifinished state, no.'further step* were,taken respecting it than to order, the Clerk to «take five copies of;U*; farn^oneT...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 December 1843

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. ThV Pa* i ¡amelita ry Session closedon *he 24th of August when her Majesty prorogued the Parliament in person, 'I ht-Queen was received nt tlie+Hous6 ot Lords hj4he Great Ofic^fsof-^tate, and having taken her seat un theT h rone and the customary formalities having l>e*»n gone through, ber Majesty Reli- ve red the following speech : " My Lords and Gentlemen, T thank you for the measures you have adopted for enahling me to give full effect to the several treaties w-Uieii I have concluded with Foreign* Powers, 1 vunv with satisfaction the passing j of the Act for removingA<k»ubis res pee t i i^g t lie,; j u risd ict ion afL^hâ&th&rçh of Scotland in-the admission 6( Minis: ters, and f r securing to the-people and tire courts of the Churc h (he full exer -cite of their respective right«. I continue to receive from all foreign flowers assurances of their friendly dis- position, and of their earnest desire for the maintenance of peace. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 December 1843

tJNDEIl A LEVY FOU RE NX. ÎTcCnF4!Î F. ÍNGIIA1T. TOTfE SOLD HY AUCTÍ07S, BT Mil, SEYMOUR* j' O^ Satuulav, ifce 23 rd iustanf. at Mr« Fíf her's. Cooimorcral Hotel, Windaor,» j »t 12 o'clock, precifely, I 1 Cart * j A-bour 10 U( ibcls of Wheat A lot of Ba2« One half Buihel Measure aud ihre« ! Sie re*, 2 Chair* Cart Harness, Äre/Ärc. (îwmediateîv after whirb wil!vf>n Sold 1 aMbe Farm oceifpied by Mr. j <>> ?.# .. Ingrain, v«t" Clarendon. Bear îtiehinoi d. ) A qria.miiy of W heat, tbraídtPí? ar»d iii raw, Supposed to be aboi t \20 ¡ bushel.*. order of fï e Landlord. Wmdsorf '20ih Dee., TUN POUiS^DS I {fe WA lîl) Î TjfTHEREAS on Hie n^ht of th* V ? ll)tb, or err!V otv the morning nf tiie 20tb -tittUtif; anaced IUV M A Kl*:. hrandedMinder-the ni noe I. »ml a wry large scarfo near rimip; ^nis mf^atn^from .* Cope*« PaddockV if stcde^ibe-*b¡ vo Reward will'be paid to any person prose* cutinpr tfie thief to conviction, rIf airayr«}, Two Poonda will be given *>n tho r«"S...

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DIARY FOR DECEMBER 21, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor Express and Richmond Advertiser — 21 December 1843

* D T \ r Y Fon Dncr.Mtícit *2\ H. M. çtm rise? . 4 52 ÀiJRr Pe'S^ ». 7 8 SuuVA dtitiide ut noon 70 Ru nVdc-p region, nddt, 3'1 />G v'pira Vii-gmi? rises... O .Vi morn Ut-Twin,-Cantor rises o g-^ft. 1 1 he Sun ot) the S C point.at. o m s pi»st 3 ur the morning ; and on tire SW jvint àlñnntttes pnst 8 in-Jibe evening, iit w li ich titi)? * i h e- > un will be 17 ^ -22r befow th? htnwü. Clock aft^r Sun 2 ntinutes. New Moon th is d.ay, 13 minot es plásfc * . . ^afternoon.

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