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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

-$rfgtnal ®orrcsponWn£e. '. 7t-: ' the' Editor of tfiei: 'yliMhwfcifcee' Press ?;, ? ,: '--K '?'?£ An§''Nin*n9 Journal' ?;' : ' _„? . SiRprlo compliance with royf promise I proceed^ to give you a description of ray ,|VrpiBnVctiQg/:trip:':.rtbout-'tb6'-,Turon country. Since my arrival I have been changing the locality of my encampment almost weekly, ahdv exceot in a few cases, this endless ?shifting about is one of the unpleasant ne cessities of a miner's life, leaving domestic comfort a thing to be sighed* for. v . 'tliike i the Arabs of the desert, the gold hunters of the Turon roam about in quest ? of a 'promising -spot of land, Tahd haying shorn 'it of its richness and ^Beauty, they strike their tents and direct their steps on ijome other track in search of a fresh home. But; unlike these apath'etic, hopeless sons of an eastern clime, they are stimulated by an excitement such as gold alone can cre ate, arid which grows with the meat it feeds on. ' But to the object of my letter. ...

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PRICES OF SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

PRICES OF SECURITIES. -??.'?'''' ;: '' '?' ' ' ' ''. ', Dlv.'.por Ann. upperl ' , ; . . ? -?? ji -p. ;/ ^' ? ?? ?'? ???' 'i'i lasfdeclared.'' Share. ' ^Trlce., .., Bank of (Australasia.. .. '4 percent. : 40 ; £30to.£33, ? : .TTnionBank.,, ..-. . . . 10, ; '?' - -. .26, ..-; V22perot; ?'-:;- ;?'?-?'?' . -? ? '. ' .'' ? 2.10s /premium. ! '?:Bank;6Mir.!S;'Wale8; .: 10 ' ' ' '20 £22exdiv. ? ; Commercial Bank. . . . 10 ? ' 26 ?'-' £29to£30 Oaa Light Company. .. 10 ' 6,. £7ito£7 6s' , Steam N Navigation Co. . Estab. Julyl.. 18 . .... ;? *'?! 'General Assurance Co. 10* per cent. . 5 £10 £16 10s 2T.1 8. 'RT. Marine ditto; Estab.- August 0 10s £6' 10a ' Eailway Company .-. . 5 per cent. In. 2 6s 12s. 6d. 153. '? ^ ?.:*?'-??' ?? ? ' . ? ;'. , :. lO p..ot. difl. Oovi Debentures — V-: ?'vv -'::'-:'''- :- :'{ :h ' :- ?-? ??'-? i ;' . ? N..8..Wales. . . ... .. Interest 3d. per. diona. --[p.m. New Zealand ...... . „ . 8 per ct.,per an. 1 to 2 p. ct. *- ? ?? ?? ....?.???-..?..?-. ..%.-..;-!.?-. 6;p...

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MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

^MOUT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALEv y. 04'tober 2— Wool : TH (handwashed s,kin) 2 'bales at I2d, 2 ditto at I2£d, 1 ditto at 7d ; JBr, .'(skin) 1 at ll^fd. flocks and pipces)! atGfd ;,RBA-, ' (grease) 1 at 2d ; B, (skin and broken) .1 at 9ft3 ?; 'Spi'sheepskina at 4^d, 11 bundles ditto at 4d, 15 ?'?'ditto' wet at 3jd, i3 ditto at 4§d,, 203 ditto at 3^d, :i:544 ditto (pelts) at 2d, 200 ditto at 5d, 5, bundles ditto at 4*d, ISO skins at 3£d, 6 bundles ditto at 4Jd. i:Beef Taliow— GA, 12 casks, T. Haydon,at27? 15s; J in diamond. 8 casks ditto at 26* ; HT, 8 ditto H. sTdzer, at 271 10s, 1 ditto station at '23* 10s,;4.ditto at,27J, 1 ditto at 24* 10s, 1 ditto at- 24*, 3 ditto -? mutton at-27*. 1 ditto station at 25* 10s, 2dittp, at 26*, 30 paunches ditto at 25*,66 ditto at 25*,; 5 ditto at 25*. Salted Hides-— 113 at 7s 3^' 450 ditto at 7s 6di 17 ditto at 4s 6d; Horns— 1200 ^(per 100) 21s; - ; ; : ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

;©AJRDENIN'a AND AGRTOUrjTURA.L MEMORANDA ., FOR OCTOBER. - , The Garden: Sow oabbngo, ' lottuco, . radishes, carrots, onions, leeks, peas, broail buans, Frenoh beans, and tur jiipa; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes.— Tub FtELD: Thp latter end of this month plant potatoes.— Tins 'Vine: , drafting the vine to bo practised this month; the buds 'begin to shoot towards tho end of this month.

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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

4 ' WEEKLY CALENDAR;?'', ,'? ? ^ *. i --r- :| H. rU. H. It. H... M. Oct. 8 W. 5 . 29 6 ., 6 12 . 8 9 Th. 5 . . ' 28 6 . 6 13 . 8 ' ?*'*?' '10 P. 5 . 27 6,- . 7 14 . 8 i - 1 1 S. 5 ,. 25 6'- . 9 15 . 8 12 3. 5 . 24 6 '. 10 16 . 8 r' ' 13 \f.' 5' , . 22 6 . 10 17 . 8 14 Tu. 5 . 21 6 . 11 18 . 8

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

SYDNEY MAUKE?T^.^Fa«)AT. , i % Thk Mim.8.— The arrival of a cargo of floarfroDo Valparaiso, with advices that two otner- vessels were about to be despatched ?with a similar lading, together with the Idree stock on hand, has caused the market to become epmewhat stagnant, and purcha jges'.'^f wheat have been declined. FJour remains .-at last quotation — ^£23 for fine, and. £21 for second quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. : and from the high prices quoted in the Valparaiso market, it ia not expected that any great reduction on present rates ;can be made by importations from : that ^quarter. Bran, 10d to lid per bushel. Mr. Ureillat : A few sales of wheat have been, made during the week at 9s to 9s 6d. per bushel, but there is very little desire for in 'cf easing stocks. The mills continue to quote flour at £23 per ton for fine, and £21 for seconds, but the demand is extremely limited. Bran, £o per ton of 2000 lbs.~ Mr, Smart: The ar avals of wheat to mar ket-have been small, and the prices...

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The Diggings. TARSHISH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

^[)e Bigcrmas. TARSHIStf. ?? The following is from a correspondsnt lately from Tarshishi rj Much has been written of Ophuv.and more of the Turon, but as yet very little; has been said of the Abercrombie country, which I believe' will eventually be found' to yield the precious metal in as creat abun dance as either. At present there are from 150 to 200 people at work, who are pre vented f rora.making very great ' progress, partly on account of the superabundance of wateiy but principally for want of the ne-; cessary skill and judgment.- But now, as the river is fast falling, I ??'doubt'-n'o't^buf- gold will be found in greater plenty. The opportunity will then be offered ot opening the banks of the river, which may.be.reasop ably supposed to be more prolific inthe preci ous metal than where the miners are now at work ; aud with an accession of experienced miners from the Turori, whom the. too? crowded state of that region will'tfrivejjtp the Abercrombie, its golden resourcea l^iil no...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

Hocal Emdligmce. The Turon Post Office. — Tired of honor without emolument, \ve understand that Mr. Rogers has determined on resigning the situation of Postmaster at the Turon ; as, upon an exact calculation of receipts and expenditure; he has discovered, that by the time he has paid p. couple of assistants, and drawn down upon himself an interesting variety of snubs from a few score of im patient diggers, his own share of the mag nificent, 'allowance of £12 per annum is considerably on thewrong eide of nothing ' ?„ the responsibility being left altogether oat of question, andi the dove-like gentlehess of his temper, something the worse for wear. Parties desirous of becoming candidates for the office, bad better consider 'whether salary is so.much an object of consideration, as an M«-cornfortabIe home. , Appointment.— -His.Excellency the Go vernor has been pleased to ? appoint Alfred Cheeke, Esquire, Bamster-at;law, to be chairman, of the courts of general and quarter sessions of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

A Steamer; burnt on£tke Mississippi. —A steamer, with 109 persons oa board, took fire on the MisaisBippi above Vicks burg, on the 2lst April, and was burned to the water's edge. Of the whole number uf pnssengers onJy about sixty have beeti found : the rest are supposed to have per ished with tbe boat. — Bell's Messenger. THS STAR HOTSL, Macquarie Plane. » MR. A. MENZiES,, ' /' ? IN' returning liis sincere thanks to his patrons , and,friends, rVr their' kind support during his resid'ehce in George-street, begs to inform: them : tliat he lias opened those large and spacious, pre mises lately known as Jylacquarie House, but now bearing tbe old sign of'the ? ??; w.. ; ????P%\]* ?^V.'VSTAR- HOTEL;' ' '^.r. '.:'?- Mr. -Menzie's trusts his well-known character as a caterer, and-the various comforts affor.ded at his late 'establishment, .will induce all his old friends to try those of the 'now Hotel. To his numerous friends and connexio ns from the bush, this will be deemed a sufficient car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

. . ' 'MR. ASHE , ^ ,.; Has been favoured with instructions from J. H. HOOD, ESQ.y;-oP.;BORBE- CA BONNE, To submit to.Competitioni, at his .Residency; On Monday, the 20th OoroBEa, ? AT ELEVEN [O'CLOCK PUNCTUALLY. i.'LL, his '.valuable .Household vEurnitureV- com j\ prising Handsome Telescopbj'Xdo,. and other Tables.; Eiano. Forte, by. Tomkinson; '(a splendid instrument, the original, cost of which was One .Hun Ired and^ Fifty .Guineas;) ?- CafpetSi? 'Chairs,; Sideboard. Couch, Iron 'Bedsteads/ Hah' Mat-, trasses, ! Wash :? Stands-; and'? 'furniture, * Kitchen Utensils, Breakfast and Dinner Sets,, residue': of Stores, &o.,:&c.::. ;':?;..: . |; .,;. ': .;.. ALSO, j A number of Horses, and about 50 head of quiet ..Cattle. ? ' ?- ? -?? - ? ? : ? -?'- ? : , c ;:':..? ':::.. TERMS.:— CASH. .5' j .-,?'. : H^-H.. Curtis, :&.}'.': \': WATCHMAKER} JEWELLER, &O., BEGS respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and its vicinity, that he has just ref ? cei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

dSolO 39tUCl)3SCtS Accommodation at the Turon. SAMUEL CLAPHAM GOL ID. . T)F.GS to apprize Travellers and intending Visi GOLD purchased by the undersigned in any 13 tors to the Turon Diggings, that ho is pre quantity, for CASH. Pared to Provide BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., ' ACCOXttrr-S«J2-ja.TXON ' Durham-streetj Bathirst. for both man and horse, having procured the use ? : ? : ? : ? of a building near y Gold; ___™«\ THE CROSSING PLACE, THE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of . . . ' GOLD it Bathurst, Op7dr, and Sydney. . wherc e.very l'r0VI?'?n f°r the co™for* of bot '» *° - . , _ f_ _ oa\/itti?t far as circumstances will permit, has been made.. -? - ? U. S. b. &AMUB.XJ. - In a(ldi.ion t0 tlu abovo business, S. Cv begs to a _?? 1«1 appriso the miners of the Tnron that he has opened Australian G-Oia. a gtore|at Which every article comprising a miner's fpHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of outfit can be procured, .amongst which he may X GOLD1 to any amount. mention— 'WILLIAM GUMMI...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRVÆLEBIT." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1851. TICKETS OF LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

7 THE EATHURST lilEEPftESS-7 ? ?- AND MINING JOUTl^TAI-. t ,, ' .'MAQNA ESX VERITA'S ET-'PEbB7ALBBIT.', ' : \ -WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8,^fe :/ . TICKETS OF LEAVE. A leading article appeared in a recent number of the Sydney Aforning Herald, conr taining some sensible observations upon the imperfections of the present system of li MonDwm- rvnlri A'ttropvu. and offerine1. a' few suggestions for its improvement. With the spirit of a few of them we perfectly agree. F.or instance, we would make the payment of a license fee compulsory, but would re duce the amount, so as to place it within the.means.of every man who was earning good wages. .,..W- would not object to the ..'infliction of .a. lightpunishment in case of fin; infraction of the law, because we are ?Ware that any law which does not contain ??within itself a punishing power must; be come inoperative. A great saving of time, and therefore of money, would be ?effected, 'if the -miners were compelled to seek but the Commissioner instead...

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THE TURON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

t—T ?- the fuwnrar T! The Rev. Dr. Lang, MC, arrived at the dig gings on this river in the afternoon of Friday, the . '3rd . instant, having come down the river by the Marked-tree line, from Ben Rullen, on the Mudgee road. On being recognised at Onkey Creek Point, '?' Dr. Lang1 was 3oudly cheered by the diggers on both sides of the rivpr ; and the cheering was re , peated at each considerable collection of miners along the stream to the township at Sofala. On Saturday, Dr. Lang visited the principal diggings, from Sheep-3tation Point below Sofala, tn Oakpy ..Creek Point, including Lucky Point, Maitland Point, the- Golden Point, &c, and on Sunday he '.performed divine service at 11 o'clock, a.m., at Sofala, and at 3 o'clock p.m., at Oakey Creek ;Point. ' Mr. Burton, who has recently come up to tho Turon with his equestrian party from Sydney, and who performed for the first time in his new Circus on Saturday evening, very kindly offered the use of the Circus to Dr. Lang on Sun...

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FOUR PERSONS MURDERED ON THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY. Brighton, June 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

FOUR PERSONS MUUDERED ON :?'-. THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY. ? Brighton, June 6th. One of the most diabolical occurrences tbat have ever happened on the Brighton and Southcoaat Railway took place this d.ay (End^y), and was attended with the, bss of four hum ho beings, besides the destruction,, or partial demolition of the engine, 'fcnaeri. and a third-claes carriage, as well as se rious, if not fatal consequences to the guard. That the act was wilfully caused, not the least doubt can be entertained, for, from the examination subsequent to the deplora ble occurrence being made, it was found that some maliciously disposed person had placed a sleeper across the line for the pur pose of overturning the train, regardless of the terrible results which followed From certain inquiries made, it appears that a Bhort train consisting of five or six carriages left Brighton at 12 5 p. m., in order to proceed to Lewes, the distance being generally performed in 20 minutes. Short ly after passing the Falra...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

WEEKLY CALENDAR. \ S i . .8), ? ??.??? ?S 5? -C ? - ,:,»;. s;p s I ; -J: - B. M. H. M. H. ;' M. ? Oct. 11 S, 5 . 25 '6- . 9 15 -V 8. ?' 1?S. 9 V 24 8 .? 10 16 ; 18'. 13 VI. 5 . 22 6 . 10 17' . 8, 14 Tu. 5 . 21 6 .11 18 . 8 ' 15 W. ,5 . 20 d . 12,10 ; . 8 16 Th. S . 19 6 . 13 20 . '8 17 F. 5 . 17 6 . IS 21 . 8 OABDENING A.WD A.OBTCUTjTUUA.L MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. Tirx Games: Bow oabijftge, lettuce, radishes, carrots, ' onions, loeks, peas, broad beans,, French boans, and tur nips; plant cabbie, lettuce, and potatoes.— The Field: The latter end of this month plant potatoes. — Thb 'Vitro: Grafting the vine to ba practised this month; the bads' bogln to shoot towardi the end. of this month. , ?

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MESNA EST VERITAS RT PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1851. THE NEW GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

THE BATHURST mi PRESS AND MINING J0URNAI-. 'MA8N.VE8TVERJTASBTPaJBVAI.BBIT.' ' SATURDAY; QCTOBERHly 1831. ; ' THE NEW; GOLB REGULATIONS. A copy of the additional Gold Regulations, 7 which appeared in the Government Gazette . of the 7th inst.. will be fpuiid.io the sixth page of oar present issue, and 1 »s several of them are entirely new and ?uriexpfcted, s,we. proceed to devote a little space to their dis ' «ca38ion. Like most: of the measures which emanate from government 'without the de liberation of the legislative assembly, these . -regulations are a mixture of good' and evil —of that which i*3 really necessary with ?that which could be well dipensed with'; Several of theoi bear evidence of the ab atnee of practical 'knowledge, without which ?it U utterly imposeible that wise and judi cious measures can be framed^ !. The first regulation is entirely a new-one, - and we believe unexpected by the class af fected by it. It ? is therein provided that every person erecting tents or ...

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Select Poetry. ENOUGH OF US MIGHT DO THE CAUSE SOME GOOD." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

«bclcct pttte. '?? ENOUGH OF US MIGHT DO THE CAUSE V - . SOME GOOD.' ' ? ..'.: A farmer, whose corn was carried away ] Before his eyes ; and whose oats and hay Lay piled upon the landlord's cart. Looked toward ' the Castle' with heavy heart. 'Oh house!' said he, 'but you're strong 'and grand ! Like a giant of stone, you shadow the land ! Z ~ And a giant in stomach you well may be, That of alM sowed leaves stubbles to me ?' Another broke in : ' Of tilkin' what end— Have you any hope that the devil will mend r Or the wolf let the kid escape his maw? ? Or a landlord yield his ' rights at law P1 ' ' ? Let us go over to Rackrent Hall, :. By two's and three's. It may befall, ' 'As wisdom is found in the multitude, Enough of us might do the cause some good P' - At first they went by two's and three's; . - But the lord of the castle they could not please-; ? And then they went in number a score, . ' But the end was still the same as before.' ?: ;- ' By fiftios,and hundreds they gathered: th...

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THE RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

0 ' - ? ? THE RAILTtpAD. ' ' : t, , ,' Through the mould and through the fclay, ? Through the cprnand-through the hayi ', , By ,the margin of the lake, ' ? ? : -, ;.; O'er the river and through the brake* ,, j -? O|er the bleak anp .dreary moor,' . On we hie with screech and roar t , . « Splashing ! flashing I Crashing! dashing!; . ' .--.. : ? Over ridges, ~ .. Gullies/bridges! ; :? ;? - - ?,,.-,-.; By the bubbling rill, Arid mill— ' . ?? Highways, ?.-,;. .,;.. ?...; ?' Byways, .'; ' '- ---?: ?'????''-?? ''-?'- -/;:. ?-'? : Hollow I hill— ?:- ;?'?_? -« ,,' . Jumping— bumping— - ;:, - ? ;- ? - locking— roaring, -'? : ??- ' - . . , Likeforty thousand » giants snoring ! O'er the aqueduct and bog, On we fly with ceaseless jog, ,Dvery instant something new, ?'. Every moment lost to view, , Now a tavern— now a steeple— , Now a crowd of ? gaping people — Now a hollow — now a ridge Now a cressway— now a bridge— ; Grumble— stumble — Ramble — tumble— ' Fretting— getting in a stew ! . ' Church...

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ADDITIONAL GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

ADI-ITION At GOLD REGU L ATIONS. CFrom the Government Gazette. j -Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, ,7th October, 185l.-*-With reference to the notices from this office of the 23rd May and 4th August last^ and pending the receipt of instructions from Her Majesty's Govern ment, His Excellency the Governor-Ger neral has been pleased, with the advice of the Executive Council, . to .. publish .the fol lowing further provisional regulations for the search of gold: — 1. Persons occupying portions of the gold field by erecting temporary buildings, tents, &c, and carrying on business, in any way, shall pay a fee of thirty shillings monthly for the use of the land so occupied by them ; and they are required to pay the same on demand, and in advance, to the officer appointed to receive payment of license, fees. ' ; ?Persons desirous of establishing claims to .new-. and. unoccupied ground by working in the .ordinary, method, for alluvial gold,- may have their claims marked out on th...

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To the Editors of the "Sydney Morning Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

fo'itie Editors : of the ''Sydney Morning Herald'* ; ? GENTLEaiEN^My.jQ'ame having been unne cessarily referred to. in some rhodoraontade f peec^es , ati.the Iirawarra or East Caauden.. nomination assaying appeared in a certain petition of; Colonists in 1838, I think it desirable to repudiate every or any Bympa thy with that clause recommending th,e with holding of. votes from the Emancipiste and . ; Ojthei.r:; offspring. I . doubtless signed it at the time for the good it contained and with out sufficiently considering the raon&trous ? Wrong, '.}%. was calculated to inflict. It is v codBbiatory to reflect that it bore its own antidote. I ,'am not of those who desire to abridge the liberties of the people — I take . aaen in the aggregate as brethren of one hu ' ' man family, und extend the hand of Jellow '' ship to all. I do not enquire whence they caa*e ; ppr do I . eeek inquiaitorially into --?'??? - their - genealogy - It is only- a bad man that '???''?''- I decry, ?' '? ...

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