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LETTER TO THE HON. FRANCIS SCOTT. M. P. Legislative Council Chambers, Sydney New South Wales, Dec. 21, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

LETT'ER'TO TH R HON. FRANCIS c- SCOTT.. M. P. 'L :Legislative'Connril Chambers, Sydney; New South Wales, Dec. ~1, 1814? * ST--he.Despatch which 1 li'd the honor to address to you, dated the 5th Oc'oher, 1844,; No. I, conveyed to you i copy of the Resolutions of the Legis. hitive Council. relative to your a point= ment, as Parliamentary Agent for this Colony. In accordance with the in. timation conveyed to you in that De s'paich,1 I now proceed to enter into a detail of the several questions to which iiheCduncil :desire more pIarticularly to direct " our attention. :ihe docurnents with which you have alrgedy been supplied, will, it is con cetrved, have furnished you with ma terrils for forming an opinion on some f lthe important questions which have hitherto engaged the consideration or the I.giossiaire of thie Colony;. In 'rder, however, that you may be able 'r'ob .uIly,to appreciate the.facts that willbe brought be'ore you, it .has been thought necessary to supply some 'obser vatio...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Passages in the Life of a Radical, by Samuel Bamford. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

Pa-sagh s in the "Lifo#fJa Rf di bal y 4Sannuel Bamford: : . I', s autqbeo~ibo¢ aplhtical workc con 'aAis any acQUnir ot ;,the i:eniarkabble ineidents,1which1iappeneI n i ,the. mnanutauoturing::distriots ibetw.en the years: 3815i'!?and ;.1821,,:inclusive,, 1'lidseiye'ar.'wer& characterised by a. series' of d'isturba'iinces: winbch were ,produced by the high price of pro visions br.ead ,speciaIlyi-and, the introd-uction of:ithe ,aboniinablle Corn Law :i!obbett's writings :exposed the iniqui:'ty oft li6drulers of thtat period, and-. led tie peiople toi reflectupin tlie qst meiants f ob'taiqyug -and fore ,iag r ress y ajtves kfoPi d themselves into Hampnpden Clubs, for. the purpfose of agitating?for Parlia eiifn thy Iteford ;: and Saiiiuel B1ani furd btechane the -ecrietary' of one whicli;was established at Mliddleton, near Manclhester. hie principles of thle jl1ampden. Clubs were, universal siiflrrag - tie exclusion bf "ill plide men anid'penisioiers from- the legis lativze' a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LONG RANGE AND THE IN VISIBLE SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

IA'len CSaptain Warner, prredr I hi'limd i Qmio Partl'iamept :.for : tiLe .in' v en tiono of fthese ", d.es umetires,i; Lord' !Dit dnd'o aII (Cochrtlne)' v-and M:r'11r Slttahmneil(I U of?t'h6 1o'.holoil)y pre' Tered tcouiiter-caiiuis,. qs 'haing matte similar, discovc ees, eayrs ago.. Lor?r?un.dounald produced an ,aitd .rginraph ltter r;.f.,Kig- Vili am, in. which thi©-;kidgbrtefquestedlas a per b??t fi ay faýBar ?lt.' it- ? 6-di abovosefy-'mig1Lt' ,fai?o?? h.iile public, ae did mosta-tp )allin'g consequences to ian mind would be the result. The King in -'-stancedhis own situation in Windsor: Ua.pleQ °.which would be-.at the nercyi of any assassiai,-wvho Ihaving a cle r ,` rap/?o",.froiuslatcho tt,,pigh t. dd?' iiistr8yhle atter by metpans of.(hes ýý in i is!!ti 1P~rcl DuA.4ý44L~tivawai )intp and nuw:,oPly coixes,forgardbecause thatICiptlan WVarner's.. claim is for precisely the sainic e:inyinion. :: The IFrctinman, .calling' himself Due of Noriian'dy andllthia'te was ' itheson ..oa...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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PORTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

', : L PQRTLANDc.: Or rciAr :' LoIIANC` 'f I' N TB SOME rii : Wh. sF.-' ili th'' outhl :Autrallans Gazette of -the 5tilh ultimoiwe. -observe the; foll o.wing ,paragritph :;. c': Mail to Rivoli Bay.--lt ,as agreed that a tmail overland to Rtivoli Bay should be' estatb lished. The expense was estimated at 603. 'Thie Governor said 'ii reply to a .ul:fitioii f?omi r Morphiet,. that- he in te?'i d r'to:take very early . steps f:oi )ayin :i?ot .and; stir.veying a township, and foinrstablishing,ag pplice -tation,at •.ivoli Bay.,. tfe coinidered" this Was due to lhe colony, as RIivoli Bay pos sessed very consi'dertable -"advantages over Portsand Bia yiiid as'it 1ly between6 districts already settled, there were no s:ch objections as would be:to f,,rming a.;towkship ,to -.1the .w.t~i ward? - We were.hitherto dispopedi tp geyeCoveernor Grey .cyei fIor.good general infirmation tnd hones;y.bf coduict b utrif hWe h'tbdb r'se"of ?'? ilye haingui?ele 'h'eo?aatrbti ted to lir'h `iuinemsfte uadly dh...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1845. Bridge over the Nepean. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

S: CEGISLATiVE OUGUNCIL. S TUESDAY, AUpUST 2 6,1 r45, SBilge over thi Nr pean. . . 'Mr -Wcritworth' prcsenid1 a petitiof from. Mr;i William Russellc prayjfa, ,for leave to erect a bridge, oser the Nepean. .The -petition ' was' a'ccori'panide'"d' y o' plan :showing .the.iatutei .andlfqrmsnuoft the bridge which it was propose. tp erect, from which 'it appeared that 'the : pinciple. upon':which: the ,erectibn: was to .be preceeded with, would .be, onei whic 'nwas ni 'ts iEngtland and whices had.been:brought out to the coloiy iby Sir Thomas ,Mitchll. ,The span f th.e arches woulid b forty feet,'~thich 'iotfid allow. thedead ti mber floating;dowaiwrthe rier ..so. pas, ,without hitdranue,.fo.i the 6'ng tireas coming in -cohtact with the projectin$i pierst: would 'be tilted oinone side, iand woild .ass ttirobgh witah ease. "^The'p'etitioD was tieb "read and re ceived. i -v e :f :" : '. . ,. S e.lburne IBotanic Garden Dr 'Nicibolson presehted a petiliun, sighed by. between hree, nnd: four' ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PREFERABLE LIEN ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

F Bi L ACTI1E;pPREFf4BELE C. Ti e `otUqwing pgtLition tii&s batin gottpp{in Me1I 9u~raq in. favour of thero;, &pztinuance of the Lien pa hIipp9 ,.aij F pooI Ac n trl is to ,disa hgw, ,at 1 i. pJof nxexyear T.q ygitr Peeftiaorg Jaeire garfle(º. ,WII3h fepjug. ofýIisjp Itiiienitinod regret, that despatclls, · r~ psr Dno beiple' fr g et,'h `boi b olotiiialý5ýýiete p x EinýnrIattd atiii't be should not feel iuslitled ln recommends ing, for thle approval of her Majesty.,the Art for gi'ving'a'prelrdible Ilcri onl :V'ool::tfi?mln seasoin- to sea'o , -n d, to makinpiortgages of ,sheep, cattle, and. horses valit, withlout de. 'itery to thc ,mogibgee, . [Andimo 'Sept'ino Vict.; No 3.] :T1hat Your Petitioners feel satisfeld that the enactmeitsof: that H:Bll-tendd; materially.to check anl universal insolv.ency, .o induce retuiliin g prosperity, and establish ihe 'liasi ofia safe and legitimate systeih of credit'.' 'lTh?at YJui'cPeiitionersa?lao'; he'ard that a Committee of Y',ur...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

S,:. i.andrat Ashb y. .:! ! U'!MRDS" B bTDS ;; vidi seiDy puio uctiopn, pn TVEiD 'T fe9-th In S t.,1/ 0'12 o'cl - SWEAT .r ýO'AD COTTAGE, S. :i. witht hi lfi'ar i .nu re- of: lrihd: I t'the village ofA5lby.-Tite guaranteed... At same time and place, Milking Cows and WVorlingu'B1llocki'. ' F ROM, Thnm.on and' Baxter's Stas tron, Wardy Yallack, a Black Mare;?five yeard oldlbohg tail,' an'd' hi y in foal, branded T eiear sboulder, sadle m.ark offside. Whoever will br.in the aliove' mare; to -Messrs Thbmson land Baxter, Messrs Gib.b.:.'nd Andbrson, Boloke Plains, or to m. at.,Burrumaeep Statiou, wl receive One on'id Reward. .GEORGE iTHONMSOkN.* .,August 29,, 1845. , ; ,, ' ': One Pound -Reward..-: ':' S OST:or 'Stolen, a-Dark Bay Horsip . withLblack points, about sixteen ha'ds dhigh, rising 5 years oli, branded . C.offside the neck-(almo?t illegible)' with raciug tail, rather .short. Th above horse wiis leInt on the 8t;libf July to Mr Henry Dewing,.by',tb uni dersigned, and stated to be...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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POETRY. SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

O, -yes It is true that wi ero e s$raxr ; Some flowcrs or other are strewn o'er our way, Some blossonls which niakd o?i'en i so tll?ibi!da, bright, .?Ii ut And others that fling a'chiarm o'er, thenlighit; Some ,blossoms that,shine inthe gardein's gay round And some that are only. n noliudc, fouii .tl.. And so 'til with life- while aoiu fortuiies iare tirlght, Tiire are friends itsn wliorse presne P'a tldte delight; . :n i in - (4:t, where are friends who will come when adversity To mingle their tears tnd their sorrows withI oItr And our loneliest mb'omiits" may ofteittimes fbe lProm loneliness' mose tihan our gayett oncesiees t Lire Is inot all dark as the gloolny niisuose-- - If here grows tisletre blossoms a rdse : And' tihe heart that' is-seeking irmy c"erahsil'?(sind Thiere's a bliss iinthe grlf:" ,witi' ohr joys inter :iwini'd; , , . a rao Tlhl amirage may be there, but 4;hf! eer't T pol eu An oasis whose- verdure shell hooti e us .?a?h ess ; . ' . tvr:,i 01 1is 'lli utl L3ijI<...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. Postage Revolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

' boa ,IeG9PI r.ATIVy COUCI . -t cl :Iu.lSn -'Pnstag- Tr+ ati talni ?,."+ ".'i;; ,.' . .t Dr Ianng gave .'ltatet::of his inten. 'thin'Wi?ii the 291th" istatai; to' m6ore thdi `t Al hitib)le adhdrl ?i' be' presented to li ri·'?Jjl estai trtnritsnii?ing a. copy .of lth r'edishitioie: i.'p'Aa.id by: t t+iti ouncril drrn ?its 'lhlt" s'bsiolin, recolmmnen dlt, (thd dlibientiueiioftwl uabiformnand: d~chepliir?Ite of rpdatsg4 thlroughout ithe territorye: ; , ;1 c .. T ;L1 'iang'??'mioved "'l?lftiah n address b i'ie i?.nted, Hreyirggtiti hi'ls :lxeceld; 'ei?,6.i,,' l i : a ?fi c ' i??i t hid tak'ble ,odffthis 'eiq neeti'cy vof the corrdepoiodaice; bitie'e',r the '(overhmetietfld The parties do e.d if?di; ':r the :b iibject. of: shool;, msis`i°es exhibitiniri alsd retutns': uhder heli"hSel o e ::Regilatibnsri;t:''ltere was scarcely. any class of persons inilhis coliinb :withre:erecdi c to :wthbo such a iebri;?c'at could' b e· truly., given f lthe mniiitrs aoT; religio'n m:ght indeed' cei lif...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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SCAB IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

A t'he req'i' of 'severail of' tht's'e genitlemdi" Who liavi'e "received" ci'r cdiilailetters fromii' the Clei-k of ih' Legislativeo Council, requii ti?ig thle' edpri'sion of thoir tieivs -bri':tli'eprii' posed revision of'th'' aws relatii? to scab in sheep, we liava republished tie'' etitioin whih wias forwardtled from Geelong lhtst year, anid ipo whici thie Cormmittee of thbe Legisla tive Cbtifici was appoiniited to -re= t7o the iior irai tlf te t Ihe islatle oitj Il of'Neiw Sortih''VaWles?, in Coulneil ag.; ,: se blen. I, h, , 8 !\ I.; ,':. . . Tile humble petiaion oflhe LicpQefl Qecu piers." oC" ':i'wn Car, , in' teie' C'npll'?y of G;iant, and' Distrltt of l?Jrlla~icf B J, S D tES E iT] i . ... . '~hat youlr petitioners blieng "iersof d," pasiurifig' li ?-ivfesi at' deb?i. terethed ?: tlhlelaivs ' elating :t.th.oe pr. en .onl: nid Pra" diction of the,inlfeotinus diaseas? inow- a?s. ?.e: Scab in Sh jto . ;l S1'ia the diseae in qes. tinn "lisq i nti withint hifiNf'i i.&amp;el'...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON THE REMISSION OF THE DUTY ON AUSTRALIAN CORN [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

DEBA1T !:.N THE: 1OUSEJ OFI GO'}. " :lONs-,' ON:' TJI, R1EMISSI?dNOF1 t THEi . DUTY .ON AUSIR4LIAý COFRNr [ . . - - We ha~d' beenri a'oured iviht ti?' copy. of the ond?qn Times ofthe 9th Mast, (the. latest paper in.thef olopny) from : which we. copy,:th. ; folnwving impor tant :intelligence-respeciing Mr Hut:t's rotion- in favour of the re peal of the. import tax on corn from these 'clonie. "The rejeotion of .that motion must qx cite surprise'and regret in the minds of the colonistse vho cannot but feel that I they pre punished foi being' more peaceflttlina Canada-; and Chat tj'eir interests asre consideredl as of,-po i?m porthnce ;when they; interfere :in .:the, elighitestde'ide with the: behemefo of. a party. . .. . , w -e. have never kow'n aii instance whereln.tlg abject ,peetli!ty .opf Par iamentary, :debaters,to .their.: le4ders,; anid'4heirtutterptostration of.jiidgntint ind' iiidedepen' ee at' the lihtine of. party-was more clearly evidippcetl than-p thisr occasion; but Tyen ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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MELBOURNE ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

S- ? * -.:..:. , -ME U ';. N'at ' . ," '* Septemher ,--A'rabi, barqaue, from YLondon.--S bnle~', I truss linens, ,2 bales 3 trllsses wopl. pack 4 bales cotton wick, 190 bagr sailt, 4 trusses twine, 5 daski:, l. q.tarter-caks '.brandy, 7 bales 1 casA cottons, I cask wheat mills, 3 bulndles wheels, - 1 oyeins,'256iiron pots, 1uO.casks 'ber;?22 kegs' 12 boxosTtobacco, 8 bales 2 cases slops, 2,cases lhaher dasliery, I case hýilliiler,40 'boxes raisins, 8 bar. rels currants, o1 logsileaids 16 quarter casksSpanislh wine, I case 2 brles 'Britishl gooils, I case table cloths, Bairnes' atld' Ca'; '63 b.a: .40 band res' ironi 1 tase sheet copperi 20 boxes l.case coarosiv esub. liriate, 1 dask, b0 tins. 3 casks, 1 case, Paynie; 50 casks ram,:3 hngsheads Geneva; Ill Iogsheads':3 puncheons brandy, I cases cottons, I box, VWrtby; 20 tierces tobacco,. 20 hogsheads beer, Jackson; 300 deals,0 barrels tar,5 tierces tobacco, 4 tierces 2 hogsheads sugar, 5 bags piniento, 5 barrels cur rants. 10 boxes r...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

AM. P inlt ,3fntel.ente... GEELONG. 11 -"'j £ aIrs* LIR D.' f) r (I r Sept 3-David. schooner,, Murray master, from Hobnart Town.' !Paisengers- MIarsnl t iine f?:?ed nlund Rnoach, and Thomas Martyn. Cargo?10,00D feet'tinlber, 000n' liaths 50,000 ?hOiglelli.n M'Sliie.0i Sept 4-BQ i.ih Maidlln, cutter I from Mlelblene, witnl ll geilell ,i cirgil.. : . Sept -Diana, cuttler, from Melbourne,, with al'ecnrr. il cifrgo. - " ' i .'! :.I :. .: Sept 3 and b-Vesta.steamer. from Melbourne.. Sept 3-Johl;n cutter, fd(ir Melbourne, Cirgo-. 57 bags wheat, 60 bags pottoe?, 40 liagsb lei.u Sept 3--Mary, cutlter, for Oelbourne. .Cargo 40 bags snit, 01 bags wheat, 70 ideTs.. Sr 4-Vesta, stuaLner, foi-Mrelh::rpp.,. ei SSepP ? 5,.-Dlann, 'cutter' fo"' o l0tbb'urife 4vh'"a cargo of cojozijal produce, ''i, t: .. I'ts" 1:1;

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

The increase of temperature ob- served in mines is about one degree &amp;nbsp; Farenheit for every fifteen yards of descent ; and should the increase go on in the same ratio, water will boil at the depth of 2340 yards ; lead melt at the depth of 8400 yards ; every thing be red hot at the depth of seven mile ; gold melt at the depth of twenty-one miles ; cast iron at the depth of seventy-four miles ; soft iron melt at the depth of ninety-seven miles ; and at the depth of one hundred miles there must be a temperature equal to the greatest artificial heat obtained. &amp;nbsp; THE " TIMES."—Mr. Sergeant Shee, on Thursday, in the Court of Queen's Bench, moved that judgment be arrested in the late case. Solomon v. &amp;nbsp; Lawson, of the prosecution of the Times newspaper, the grounds being exces- sive damages. Application refused. The commissioners, for the reduction of the national debt have given notice that the sum of £839.026 7s. (being &amp;nbsp; one-fourth part of...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. &amp;nbsp; CAPTURE OF BUSHRANGERS.—On Friday evening last, one of the par- ties of constables despatched from Evandale in pursuit of the two armed bushrangers who visited a farm of Mr Williatt's, near the Ball- room, on last Friday week, succeeded in capturing them under Ben Lomond, at a place called the Broad Valley, between the River Nile and Kingston. The constables were al- most wearied out, in consequence of the severe weather, the rain having scarcely ceased for an hour from the time of their departure from Evan- dale (which was a week previous), until they succeeded in their search. It appears that the three constables, Ingram, Burke, and Elliott, were de- termined to give the neighbourhood of Ben Lomond a thorough scouring prior to their return to Evandale, and on the evening named made direct for the Broad Valley, where they calculated on taking shelter for the night, when they observed smoke ascending from a thick scrub under Ben Lomond tier ; being ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Scotch and Manchester Ware- house, Melbourne. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; DONALDSON AND BUDGE &amp;nbsp; TENDER their best acknowledge- &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; ments to the Melbourne Public &amp;nbsp; and their friends in the bush for the very liberal support which they have &amp;nbsp; hitherto received, and beg to notify &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; that they have REMOVED to that large and Commodious Building next door to their old place of business, where they respectfully solicit an in- &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; spection of their new, varied, and ex- &amp;nbsp; tensive Stock of rich, elegant and use- ful goods. D. &amp; B. further beg to remark, that &amp;nbsp; from the great convenience of their new house, it having been built expressly &amp;nbsp; for the purpose, they will be enabled &amp;nbsp; considerably to increase the variety of the stocks; and having determined to adhere to their old practice of keeping &...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

THE undersigned will make ad- &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; vances in cash or supplies against the ensuing clip of wool. DALGETY, BORRADAILE &amp; GORE. Lloyd's Store, North Geelong, 1st September, 1845. THE undersigned will make cash advances on Wool, Tallow, and &amp;nbsp; !'dars consigned to their friends Messrs John Gore &amp; Co., London. DALGETY, BORRADAILE &amp; GORE, &amp;nbsp; North Geelong, 1st September 1845. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; On Sale at the Stores of the Undersigned. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; FINE and Seconds Flour Manilla and Mauritius Sugar &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Tea, Hyson Skin in chests and half chests. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Congou, VERY SUPERIOR Coffee &amp;nbsp; a"ins battien and hurdle, of assorted sizes. &amp;nbsp; Tobacco, Negrohead, Cavendish and Colonial Corrosive Sublimate arid Spirits of Tar Woolpacks and Sewing Twine &amp;nbsp; Stockmen's Boots &amp;nbsp; Vinega...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

LIST of unclaimed Letters in the &amp;nbsp; Geelong Post-Office, Sept. 5, 1845. Armyiase Mr. M-TeITfn- -'ralum?'Wi lfian " M'Kell ar Jnlin Ajfli'dall T ,l H M'Gonigal J A nhdesridn Robert ' Mackie James * Andersotn W ' lnrrisey Michael Allati'George Morton-Francis Aircliesior, Garlner liinikenW; P Anderson Henry :. Muir illiam Adnm Cnpt. , Mat ws II C .... B:urdelnMrs . . l .'l)nold h:larles Darflay, Jitmes , ckeonaicle hrr'" I 1Ulle-¥ ,' , "i?' .. M.;" Ge eor Donfald ?oI l|tirk1 7 lert l -i . i. .liam. rs?lsn !Georger .'rn W ii"am Be'i 'T'W TV Mow.at James lyt.Jiri li.n ... . Meara W illiam . Barian Elilh I'Wirtlier Ebenezer., Mreiian.Willim i ?llfiKeq.ny James ow . .Geogo .. • loif tLt R&amp;lt;bert . P ' :Mo, ? ndKe Hltl,: S nll - e naC"e qr J'; L I .QFuode No " •i . y'--w.^-t J~l . rIernardh'lomas andor Mr.d axt"er aidrew LedBe ood UelnEdward I, lulligan Jalnes I~ea . 1' am, :Markillop Geoige. :: ro'wn n l MCormackn Edward ' I' d ?hpi t ! "': ,, ; M Kini lnon. Df ul-. i ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Electors of the District of Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

To the Electors of the District of Port Phillip. GENTLEMEN, — When, under the particular circumstances of Sir Thomas Mitchell's resignation of his seat in the Legislative Council, offered myself to your suffrages, I told you that I feared that I should not be liable to devote to your service all the time and attention which the duties of your Re- presentative would demand. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Subsequent experience fully proved to me that my anticipations were not ill founded, but I was still unwilling to embarass my constituents, by relin- quishing my post, until I could ascer- tain how other vacancies, of which I saw the probability, would be fil- led up ; in what spirit the Head of the Executive would meet the Council, and what concessions would be made in favour of the Squatters. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; The result of the last election, how- ever, which has edied in the return of members in every respect unexception- able, and the altered and conciliatory policy of...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845

THE DEBATE. &amp;nbsp; In the House of Lords last night, Lord Brougham, on presenting a petition from a gentleman in Rut- land, complaining of the Syston and Peterborough Railway, provoked an- &amp;nbsp; other of those conversations on rail- way speculation, of late so prevalent in the Upper House. The Dukes of Wellington and Grafton, and Lords &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Fitzwilliam, Redesdale, Campbell, and Winchelsea, took part in the &amp;nbsp; discussion. The general result of their Lordships' observations was, that though every reasonable facility ought to be afforded to railway com- panies, yet care should be taken to secure full compensation for propri- etors, especially for such of these as were poor, and unable to assert their rights, Lords Stanley and Dalhousie defended the principle of the rail- way and land clauses consolidation bill from an attack made on it by Lord Beaumont. One or two bills were then forwarded a stage, and their Lordships adjourned till...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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