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TROTTING MATCH, Between Ethan Allen and the Californian Mare Princess.—The latter defeated and distanced. —Decline of the Trotting interest in New Tork,&c. (From New York Times, July 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

- 'TROTTING MATCH, Between Ethan Allen and the Californian Mare Princess.-The latter defeated and distanced. -Decline of the Trotting interest in New Tork,&o. ' I '* » ; - - ' ' (From Hem York Times, July U.J In consequence of tho rccont matches' hotwcon Flora Temple and Goorgo M. Parchen haning boon, arranged to comb off at Philadelphia, thus removing tho Interest attached to them from New, York, tho proprietors of tho( Union,Course, L. I., Messrs Shaw.and Wliito got up a' counter oxoitoinont in tho ehapo-of a match between tho onco ronownod stallion . Ethan Allen,, and tho famous Californian trotting maro, Princess, whose (contests last_ year with tho " Queen of tho Trotting 'Turf," Flora" Tomplb, must still be fresh>in tho memory of our renders. A match bctw cen thom for the sum of two - hundred and fifty dbllars a side, milo heats, best threo in' fivo, m har- ness, accordingly was announced to the public, and carno off yesterday on the Union Course, L. I.' The First B...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL Bell's Life in SIDNEY may be obtained every Saturday at Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist at King-street ; Mr. Connolly's, south Head Road ; Mr Andrew's, Chippendales, Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Road ; Mr Twynan, at the Railway Station ; Mr Leslie, Parra matta-street ; Mr Mattos, Brickfield Hill ; Mr Bancroft, Park street ; Mr Panser, George-street. South ; Mr Jackson, George street South ; Mr Luccerda, Parramatta-street ; Mr Bartlett, George-street : Mr Santos, Erskine-street ; Mr Larter, South Head Road; Mr Frank, Market-street West ; Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street ; Mr P. M. Moore,   Castlereagh street ; Mr. Ford, George-street North, and Mr George Allen, Botany Road, Redfern. Agencies are required for other     portions of the city and suburbs.         Adelaide R. Colley       Adelong Quartz Reef W. H. Kent &...

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YORK RACES. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

? :YORK;EAÇES.-, -, . TiitrnsbÁY." AUGUST 23;:i'' " JDiOj&RRiT'lüii'oR HANDICAP, a'SWcepstokoB ¿f 20 BOVB. J each, b.'ft, anti only five if declared,- ¿c, with'100 added j the winner to pay 15 BOVB towards oxpenses, _andtthe second to reçoive CO sovs out of tho 'stakes ; j two nulos, oicr tho Old Courso ¡, 65 subs, 42 of whom declared. " ' . / , " #']'1' """r" '"', (Lord Glasgow '? Fax, by Alarm, 4 yrs, Cst I lib.¡A. Edwards I Sir C. MoncU's Hepático, 5 yri, 7st Sib '...'.Bullock 2 ' MK J". ?Whitmker's First Imrd.iSyrs, Ost 8lb........'.......Pago .3. Robinson's Julia, í yrs, äst ¡Olb (carried1 Ott llIb)...Calvert 4> Newland's Defender, 4 yrs, Sat olb.L. Snowdon 0 li. Ten Brocck'a Satellite, 4 yrs, est.,.G, Fordham" 0 Col. ToiYnclcyM Gladiolus,'4 yrs, 7st 101b..'-J..J. Snowdon 0 Sir Vi. Booth's AitUss, 4 yrs, 7st 71b.Clialloncr 0 Lord Coventry's Jlnclcnt Briton, S yrs, 7at Olb.W. Bottom 0| , > Derbj's CnreFijnWny, 3 yrs, rsl 41b..........Charlton 01 ; Mr. T. Hughes'* W...

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GOODWOOD RACES. THURSDAY, 26TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

- GOODWOOD,,RACES. TatrasDAT,' '26TH JCXY. * The GOODWOODJCUP, voluo SOO aovs,( ttio rest in specie, by sùbsOTipjtipn of 20 so vs, with 100 added -, the second horso to reçoive JU>0 sbvs but of tho stakes ; two miles and'a^kalf; d2 subs., ( Í J<' lt" ' Jl ' Lord Annesley'» eh c Swectaauce, by Sweetmeat, s'yt«, '7st71b . .> . . , , s- Charlton 1 Baron Rothschild'» br c Gustavo (bred In France), S jrra. Oat 71b *. -"-i ' '.I J. Daley 2 Count 1?. de Legrange'» eh h Zouave (bred In France), S yrs, Sat 71b, * i J Itearndcn S' Mr R. Ten BroecVi eh h Starke (bred In America), S yrs, 8st 71b "..fr . < G. Fordham 4 Eastwood's eh f Butterfly, 3 yrs, 7st 31b .J. Snowden ä Canal's br g Hiahwoymnn, 4 yrs, 8st lib.".".J. Mann 0 Captain Christie's Horror,3 jrs, 7st71b .L. Snowden 0 Mr Ten Broeck'a eli c Optimist (bred In America), 3 yrs. Ost 7i"b j Î }\ A. Edwards 0 Betting at starting: 2 to 1 agst Horror, > 3 to lagst Starke,'V to 2 agst.Butterfly, 8 to 1 agst Swect...

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ZOE, WINNER OF THE SECOND GREAT AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES, AT SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 1ST., 1860. THE PROPERTY OF MESSRS. TAIT AND CHEEKE.—RIDDEN AND TRAINED BY JAMES ASHWORTH. Nett value of the Stakes £1,700. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

ZOE, ../-.<. ' WINNEB OP THE SECOND GREAT AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES,' AT SrUNEY, "SEPTEMBER lsr., 18C0. J THE ÍROPERTY OP MESSRS. TAIT . AND CHEEKE.-RIDDEN AND TRAINED BY JAMES ASHWORTH. ' <> ! * Nett value oftlie Stakes £1,700. In presenting our readers -with tho accompanying portrait of tlio Winner of the Second Champion Raco, wo feel called upon to explain shortly tho reasons whicli bavo lod to our delay ia tlio pcrfonnnnco of this pleasing duty.' Blamo may posBibly bo attached, to us for being apparently BIOW to acknowledge tlio merits of the beautiful Zoe ; but wo aro in a position to claim excuso on this bead j and, as our explanation wal show, tho fault, if fault there bo, mast attach to our fellow-colonists, not to us. In tho first instance, we wore anxious to publish a likeness of the winner, and nando moro thanono effort to put our wishes in force; but wo wero uuablo to procuro a drawing of the mara which boro any resemblance to the original....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

MEDICAL.-DR. UUIGAN can bo coustilted dnilV ! at his residence, 30, Collt-ge-iitrect, U; de Park, 10A7 | "BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY." ADVERTISEMENTS 'recoived up to 7 p.m. on FRIDAYS, Instructions to withdraw advertise- ments must reacli the omeo not later tlian 6 p in. on WEDNESDAYS.-22G, Castloreogh-Btreot. «BELL's LIFE IN SYDNEY'1 GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE 220, OAB-rranEAon STHEBT. POSTERS, Hand bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mcrtnutilo Forms. As also, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING. Executed with neatness, accuracy, and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. THE VICTORIAN JOCKEY OLUB TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, "* > (OrKN TO AH, TUP WOBXD), A Sweepstakes of 100 sovs each, half forfeit, with 500 sovs added. Distance, two milos and a quarter; for throo-yr-olds and upwards. Weights : three yrs, 7st ; four yrs, 8st 81b ; five yrs, Det 101b ; sue and aged, lOst lib ; marcs and geldings allowed 31b. Second horse to receive SOO sovs out of tho stakes, and the third h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

THIRD AUSTRALIA*? ,CHAWÍIQN STAKE of £500, with a swoop of £100 each, addod, half forfeit open to all the Australian Colonies. Provided three or moro horses Btnrt, tlio second horso to rcccivo £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho Stake. To bo run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on i TUESDAY, tho 3rd day of December, 1861., . ¡ < , , Distance, three miles. , Entries to be addressed and forwardod to tho Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or beforo tho 1st of September, 1861. Eorfeits to bo dcclarod ano month before the day of tho Mee. - r ] ' ^ Stone. lb£ "" Weights .. 3 yrs. old ... 7 0 4,"" " ... 8 .6 ' '8 ,. » .. 9 O 6 » "&agcd... 9 S STEWAKDS. ' J. L. B. Tabarfc, Esq. J Tliomos Eiold, Esq. John lord, Esq. I John Eield, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq I Jas. Lord, Esq. W". Doddery, Esq. | Gh A. Komp, Esq. ' S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of the Colonies. ' ' J. W. GRAVES, 1015_Hon. Seo. BATHURST HACES, 1861. THE ...

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To the Editors of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

To the Editors of Sells Life in Sydney. ^ GElíTtEirEíí,-I observe in your issue of,tho 6th inst somo remarks relativo to tho roco moetings lately hold nt Windsor, Muswellbrook, and Hlawurra; and that tho reason for having two affairs of tho sort in ono week was tho anxiety of the providers to keep the stakes in their own districts (which did not apply to Windsor). Now, as ono of tho principal promoters of tho Wollongong Meeting, I must distinctly beg leave to contradict this assertion, as you must bo well aware that I lind the Illa- warra Races advertised some longth of timo before tho Hawkesbury Club programme appeared ; and seeing that thoy wero to como oil' only a low days beforo ours, I called a meeting of the Committee, who instructed mo to write to Mr Pitt, Seoretary to tho Windsor Club, re- questing bim to call on his Committee, and induce thom to bring on their meeting one week earlier than the davs advertised, in order that horses from all quarters might havo an opportunity...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

LOCAL rNlTELLIa?EÏ^C'E., üiSRAUT. COOKKUY.-pur two hièstininblo contcmpo Z¡ the Herald and the Empire, havo for somo time ¡j ken plouAinUy and profitably employed in dovolop (liuu- gigantic montai and pecuniary rtsources by an «ions »orung of aniirtful literary dodge, for-which \unfortunate pubh'o aro called iupon "to pay tho !(,» Somo time since, "following Clio example of the 'n," (as the Herald modestly plirnsed it) tho "leading jjal," with a deafening flourish of his own trumpet, «ted anvrAVy nowspapor called tho Sydney Mail; overy Jt of oourso expecting from such a source a " rag" brim loftntand wisdom. Animated by a gonorous emulation, fltraliP' plucky and ail'ectionato next door neighbour M ¿m launched a " wookly Empire." Our contemporn Mttfl of course, at liberty not only to issuo a weekly yL 'but also an evening ono for tho instruction 2 fáiflcntiou of mankind. Tlicso so-called weekly gstpapers" aro, how over iii reality no such thing. u fir from boing " newspapers" theso w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

TUB CUAMMOK Dtrsn.-Wo aro enabled to Btato that tho broadsword 'duello botween Professor Parlor and Captain Macdonald ia'appointed to come olf in tb» Temporáneo Hall, Pitf-Btrcet, on the evening of Thura day, Novombor iHt. Two mditary gentleman h*ve coa santed to'cllciato as umpires, and a gallant Knight bal boon nppropi lately named roferco ¡n the knightly pas- sage of arma, liclting is already becoming bruk ¡ tk« odds at prenant being Blightly in favor of the Captain, which may possibly bo accounted for by Um coinlutajit» boing restricted lo tho sword ¡ whcrüo» in tho Professor'» pronoun oncountors the ¡sauo lias boon determinad bj throe weapons. GIÍMÜINJÍ OÜD JAMAICA.-In acknowleilgliiR the receipt of a samplo of tbÍB very superior rum, just imported bj Messrs. ango, Mdlor, and Co., wo can only oxnrcus a fear that it will ineot tho Btrongost disapproval of tbo Tem- perance Society-, inasmuch us it cannot fail to b-coiuoiii | uairersol demand, from ita csquisiU Üa-voui und punt».<...

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C R I C K E T. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

C R I C K E T. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; MATCHES TO COME. This day.-Continuation of Match between the Albert and the Albion........................................On the Domain Ground, Oct, 27. --Denison v. Albert......... Domain. Nov. 11.-Warwick v. Albert .......... Domain. &amp;nbsp; Nov. 30--National v. Albert......... Domain Tho Cricket Season progresses cheerily enough, and we congratulate lovers of the game, on their having this year &amp;nbsp; commenced play some weeks earlier than usual. This, we think, may be attributed to the praiseworthy example of one or two clubs, whose names-although we honor them hugely--it would, perhaps be invidious to mention. As will be seen above, several matches are already ar- &amp;nbsp; ranged, of which the most interesting, as we suppose, will be that fixed for St Andrew's Day, between the National and Albert Clubs. This afternoon the latter club and the Albion will finish the game they commenced on Satur- day last ; but from...

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Race for Doggett's Coat and Badge. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

Race for Doggetts Coat and Badge. Of all the races which excito tho publie interest, this is tho greatest porhaps, which fact may, doubtless, ho attri- buted to its antiquity and tho pcculiur nature of it j tho wager-mou lumng, according to the conditions of tho donor, Mr. Thomas Doggett, deceased, a famous comedian, to row against tho tido over a fivo milo eourso or there iibouts, from London to Chelsea, tho Old Swan at tho for mer being tho starting phico, and tho Old Swan at tho llattor the winning point. Tho competitors were Benjn | ¡min Oh, ett, Tower ; Jolfroy Herborb Abbott, Ilorsoly ¡down ; Abiah Palmor, Horsolydo« ii ; George 'i'upney ¡Humphrey, Irongate; Henry John 'IMaundy' Phelps, ' Fulham ; Ñathaniol Bolles, jun., Old Bargo Houso. "Ino ¡ second anil third prizes uro tho gills of the Into Sir William ?Tolliffe, as per his will, arning from tho interest 6u £260 17B. 3d. Three per cents.' Reduced, formerly'£200 South Sea Stock-tho second prize is -J of tho iutorest) £'117s...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH: WALES. . (. Tho Agricultural society held it's annual meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday last, at tho Society's grounds at Parramatta, aud awarded prizes for all descriptions of stock, colonial produco, and farming implements. On the - first day thoro was a fair muster of spectators, land wo " should tliink not less than 1500 woro prosont in the show yard ; but there was a general expression of rcgrot at tho ' absence of his Excolloncy tho Govcrnor-Gonoral, who, it ' was expected would hnvo honoured tho exhibition with his presonco. Taking it as a wholo, tho meeting may bo' looked upon as a succoss, though many difficulties ktood in tho way of tho Committeo ot Management, and manv improvements in tho dotails roquiro to bo made bctoro next year. Tho time of tho meeting, for instance, appears to bo not very well chosen, and wo think March or April would suit all purposes better. To this, wo supposo is to bo attributed thowantof grentor competition amon...

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FRIGHTFUL TRAGEDY AT WALWORTH. Murder of a Sweetheart, Mother, & Two Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

PEIGHTPUL TRAGEDY AT WALWORTH. .Itnrder of a Sweetheart, Mother, &amp; Two Brothers. | ' On Tuesday morning, July 31, tho locality 'of Wnl worth, London, was tlu-own into a state of oxcitomout owing to tho freely-airoulatod information that a frightful trugedyjhad been committed at 14, Mauor-ifiaoo, in the yicmitylof tho Surrey Gordons, it>boing alleged that a swcothaarr, mother, and two brothers, hud been fright fully murdered. i> 'in '« i 7 . Tho name of the family whiohhasitlius beon doprived. of titree of its' members is Youngman. Tho, victims aro' Elizabeth Youngman .(tho .mother),, ogod forty-six; Thomas Youngman, ingod clovonj j and'Charles Xayson Youngnian, aged six. 'Tho name of tho unfortunate) youngwoman, tho fourth victim, is Mary Wells Strcotor, aged twenty-seven, of Huiitor's-hill, Wnrdhurst, Sussox. Sho, ' it appears was engaged to bo murriod to Winiam 'Godfrey xouugman, tho eldest son, twonty-fivo years of ago (believed to, bo thoimurdorer), and was tempora...

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PUGILISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

PUGILISM. BENSON- AND SMITH:.-According to arrangement tho ring w as formed last Tuesday by the commissary on a woll-known spot, and aftor tho preliminaries had boon adjusted tho belligerents stopped within the ropes, Smith being waited upon by Doonoy Harris and 'Walkori of Stonoy Stratford ; while Jack Harrington and Dau Collins acted ns "counsol"for Benson, who WOB tho favorite in betting. Benson from tho first took a promi- nent load, and us the battle progressed got on to his mau again and ngnin without receiving anything Uko punish- ment in roturn. Tho contest progressed satisfactorily.up to tho 31st round, when tho police mado their appear- ance, theroforo it becamo necessary to break fresh ground. Howovor, ¡n tho second ring, Smith only fought one round moro, making on tho wholo thirty-two, when, finding that ho had not tho remotest chance, bri declined continuing the battle, Benson boing hailed tho winner in forty minutes.-Era, August 19. TOM SAYEHS AT CAHDIF*.-On Holiday la...

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Trial and Conviction of the Prisoner. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

William Godfroy-Youngninn, ngod'twonty-uvo, tallon was on .Thursday, August 16, at 'tho 'Central Griminal Court indiotod for t)io wilful mûïdors of bia swcothoarb^ Mary WoHa Streeter j his mother Etiiaboth*Youngman t and his two brothors, Charles Hayaon Youngman, and. Thomas Nealo Youngman, in Manor-place, Walworth "Tho priaonor ovniccd tko~samo-cool-and~coliocted-de íneoiiour that hollas'" displayed throughout tim .whola proceedings Ho listened attentively- to'lho addreWfor ' tho proseoution, and took ococusionol 'notes of the evi donee | Mr Heat appeared for him h J ' » Mr Clark, ínstructod by tho Treasury, m a very clcsr and lengthened speech of an hour and a'quarter, stated the onso for the proseoution Aftor nunurchf going through the faits, and particularly alluding to the pri soncr'u lottcrs to tho deceased young woman, Mary Wells Streeter, and the circumstances attending tho insuring of her life, the learned counsel suggested, as a motive for tho commission of tho dreadful tr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860

THE ROAD CHILD MURDER.—Nothing further has transpired in reference to this case tending to throw any light upon the murder. We may, however, mention the fact that Mrs Kent, the mother of the murdered child, was confined on Saturday morning, the day after her &amp;nbsp; step-daughter, Miss Constance Kent, was liberated on the charge of having been implicated in this mysterious tragedy. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

HATMAKKET PRICKS -Hay. to Od lo 8s M : straw, Ss 3d to Of W j wheat, S* Od to 0&amp;lt; 3d ; m«Jro, 2s 7il to 3« od t oats. St Od to 8a 4d ; tuirloy, 2» od io 3s 2d: cowa, ¿S Oa to £11 Oi; caites, 24* to 3Js ; bark, £8 Os to ia As por tan ; «reen siun*, 9d to Ispordouu bundles. 46 loads of Ango during tho p»st week. ? '-' .

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" THE LAST APPEAL." JOSEPH VERSUS JANE. STONES' COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

" THE LAST APPEAL." JOSEPH VERSUS JANE. STONES' COUKT OF QÜARTBB SESSIONS On Thursday, Miss Juno Durban had tho honor of presenting young Master Vickory at Court, boing intro- duced by Messrs Butler and Cory, and was very graciously rccoivod by Air Justice Holroyd. Tho occasion of Miss Durban's introduction aroso from an appeal mndo ,by Mr Joseph Vickory against an ordor of tho Sydney Bench of magistrates, to pay tho stun of 20s. weekly for three years towards tlio support of tho living ovideneo of tho tender attachment winch onco subsisted betweon himself nnd his now- discarded Juno. Mr Darvall, instructed by Mr Hellyer, appeared to prosccuto tho appeal, but being unable to provo the ne- cessary notico to respondent, tho Court rofiiscd to enter- tain it, and confirmed tho order of tho Justices who heard tho case-Messrs Georgo Hill, John Lucas, and Horny Armitage Miss Durban having boon gallantly escorted from tho prcsenco by hor solicitor, favoured that ominont gentle- man with a p...

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DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. MINISTE na were defeated last night upon the 13th claude (freo selection before Mirvey) of the Land Bill, by a majority of S3 to 28. The House, on the motion of the PREMIER, was ad- journed till Wednesday next.

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