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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

VARlIETIES. CrRIuTTrrir 3rIIISTEIuS Fi rt i D:oGr,tGS. The rnabol progr. +of emigration to Victoria, h.t4 cdnneId R materi.l ,ler,:*a in ama:t ttl varianl religiu. caomnulitien, both Jf Launce=.tmn and ([Ihaurt f?wn. At the ;wnn'r Tlace a re pe'ted minster can only eannt three inle at tendannr in hhi Sunday congreartion. With ot!ers, the decline is being beout .it cqaal raduo tion. T'ie flock are scattering fore time oronmd the points of universal attraction in another colony. What should the shepherds do but fol low thlnm in the wilderness ? When it is consi dered that thossa.nds are employel in the neighbsoureoond of Mount Alnxander, who were once accustomed 'to listen with pleasure to the voice of their Christian teachers, but who are now to a considerable extent deprived of such as privilege, does not their condition call for some special agency? 'lhe occasional visits of difi-i rent ministers have been evrer re aeknoew-i ledged with the warmest gratitude, and the miners have ne...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANSFER DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

TRANSFER D.. - The next transfer day for publica::'s licenses, will be Wed nesday, ;:d March. Appiicatic.us for ti" sar-c will be relj;iredl to be lodged bilkre the Magistrates on or before th!e 3rJ i, stant. GOLD Ix GRANITE.-Thce rc"-. Dr. Cl:arke, in a letter addrlessd to tile Editors of t!he Sydney Herald, states that he found gold in granite, near 3Mitta Mitta, on the Australian Alps, where the Gipps Land Rivers and the upper tribu taries of the Murray have their sources. GoeL AT 1MoxSroo.-- essels are laid on at Sydney for Twofold A::y, where it is alleged " the richest diggings in the colony are situated." Sever: l"eters from .Moneroo exFress surprise at the statement. GOLD IN SXw ZEALAND.-The last Sydney Gold Circular reports that the liomnana, from Auckland, brought news of the discovery of gold in Nve Zealand. The folloring is an extract from a letter received by a mercantile house, dated Auckland, January S : -" Wonders will never cease! Gold has been discovered in the isl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

-OR LONDON.-The A_1 ship! " EGGLP," R ti ironnsr.onsers, hDosh e. commanoer.M TItb maoilflernt shlp Is vorfeet?7 new. st-d o?ersn a I.-rtte opportar.itr to bipe se of wmol and talow. Her aommo,mtatlin for ?.-prhs are AmraIt h' bcit ile OtARot. Proons al tl to pfo awl o Ear !a0d an invited to inLect the reAOn. ostora3 will remeireoeryr sat.ntfin too the Aleers of the -hip. A. n?r--en is carnie. For freil:t orp ?',?r. apply to Cat. Boyc. or to HEmaT Tho=nr-_ , 31, ;rw?rttnn-rrtt e Cmt nt be. ?tn.--The oi'eol tken an tan the "cE?ee" wilt onte rrowre; a written goarnnthe will be giren to Wrfp -er to his tfifeet. 0R -0-?-O\l IA-A1 ship Ilartle ornodaup n that nda nFa frrihtiot br pnswgerab ptr to GILGEorry. ,ORE aO C,. F OR LONDON direct,. - The fine A I berqne VAYGIUARD. elnid oat IoId's for le'orn. hO rot lborhen, WILLLt3I o1 ROOD, root ar?ommodlaton far cbinh Ftno. ?e Appl mto Weaaortu Ross & Co., Ge.ton anod ESslbiorne. gTEAIER VESTA.-Tn Congeqneerse . or th.direnltie attrnd-...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

OEGLO.a ANN?uL'L RACES. - A Prelimniuary rmce:ing was held es terday evaeiug. in the !ong r ,o0 oa f Lewis's IItel, Yarra-strest to take into consideratiou the ?tic mueaus of promot ug the usual hcrse racing at thlis sc.'son ofthe year. Jamec Austin Eaq. took the chair, when the sum of £1U8 was gua ranteedon thespot. Thisbkinr merely Spreliminary meeting, no definite busi ness excepting the securing of the above sum of money was transacted. A farther *meting is cnl!ed for on Thursday night, at the saie place at S o'clock. H1iRS R.lCIso.--Mr James Austin, in the true sairit of a sportsman, whieh has ever distiugaished him, has now on foot a plan to establish an annual racing fund for Geeloug, that will enable her to show off in this national sport with great eclat. The object is to have £1000 at command, for racing purposes. With this view Mir Austin, has obtained the names of 18 gentlemen out of 25 who guarantee the annual sum of £20 each for this purpose and with the ad ditional se...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

AK.rS!vED. Fhra;ry ,.-C':a: ph.::, b: i aImne, ,2 tons, . 31. I?'t I, hiter, tiuma SVd:.y, with tivo .r Ch1l:r1. 5 i':anc.ors. C2 cnse3, 4 qr e.k '. k ll!; 5i C? eit% t15 hal" chests tea, (:riint:., Fanningj and C);. 4 asks and I case, I)o:-4s: 11 e).e) wie., 3 ecalls rope, 48 h:,rrow wheekl, 1 lb. hoblhr, I ca e lnictware, Rs.wr: 2 iaro qni.ksilver. 65 lzs rice,Dalety. Go anl i;,; G ca,es, 6 ba., 12' cess tea, l 1,tS lth*, 5J lu,, flour, 5 kegr, 169 bags a;;Y, i?cr; 3 he.. 4 ca,, t trunk, Paton; I c'-, 7 .L. , TLor.. Spr:sand Cu; 2spring eCras, Lop, s) 3 eas?e, 31scwhirter. @The hri unino Margre.t .nd iMarr, and the ltonmr, .IMar kne, are laid on at Silner, for G,-l~_,n dirict. 'ihe ship Cambodia, will he the next vessel ith immigrants for (Gclong dihect; she was to sail .arly oi lkeemnber.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE CRISIS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

THE CRISIS IN ADELAIDE. An oljtction has been rm:de to the exprmsicn thjt general isolvrencr would La produc al in Adelaide, unleas the Govwrnment naIthorised a coinage of the gold d?el.. We wroka of it as a general impressio, that such would be tl:o ea ; enter Wellington Channel, and that consqae:tly no search can be deemed c:,nc!live until that lc.ality has aben efficiently explored!." Three Christians have recently pro fe sa ' ud:aism at Hanover, ait twio o. them are said to have done so in order that theyv might marr'' Jewesses. A I:in act was h:cl at Stockholm, in weieden, on the 22nd ult., at which 140 :rr.ons were precs?t, to celebrate the iberation of K.osauth. We cunderstand that Captain Mangles Denham, R.N,, and 3Ir Rendel, the en gineer, have been ordered by the Ad niraltv to examine and report upon the eligibility of Ardglasý, on the north east coast of Ireland as a harbour of refuge. These oEicers, we believe, are now pro ccdiug with their survey; and it is to be l:op·,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. WAGES. Edward Wilon, a strong able bodied mmn, ap peared befire theirWorahips to urge a complaint against MSr George 3ercer, for non-payment of wages. Wilson, it seems, had thought pro per, in December last, to decrmp from his hired service, for which he was icarcewrated in Her Majesty's Gacl for one month, and on his release last week, he went to his master and ol tained his discharge, and at tie same time dc rrandal the sunm of £5 10s as balance of wags due to him. Some dispunt arising aboua the exact amour.t, Wilson snummoned Mercer for payment. Mr!,ercer sta:ed to the rnmgitra!es that the comp!ain:at had incurred a debt which considerablr more than set off the whole of the demand, wlich demand was, in itself, incorrect. That Wilson had beon negligent at his work in suffering a eik - of ale to :.asite, during his, (Ifs Mrcer's) abience from home in October last, and by his or his wife's conduct hid d.unmaged up mards of £7 worth of linen, by allowing th;o same to g...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

Receired, ,x.r lte arrirals, BOILING DOWN VATS, from 50 to 350 gallons Tin, iron, and other pumps Swing cabin lamps, with Palmner's patent candles for ditto, and extra lamps Japanned jugs, basins: &c., and every requisite for fitting up ships' cah.ns comfortably Cots, hammr cks, &c. Patent tallow and solar pedestal table lamrs Patent weighing machines, from 3 to 10 cwt. Cricket bats, balls, stumps, &c. With every requisite for house a .1 a inm use, at A. R. Rr:Esn & Co.'s. Moorabool-street. N.B.-- A first-rate 1 t of scythes, sickles, and reaping hooks, on hand. 531 PISTOLS, JUST leceived a few pairs of handy "' Pocket Petcussion Pistols. ALS3, A few eta of T.oy Scals and Weights; superior low priced Tents, Tubs, &e., w th every requisite for a comfortable out-.t ar the Digzgi?s, at A. R. REED & Cos, 32t - Mu1oahool street. WALTER POWELL, WHOL.SALE AND RETAIL IRONSIONGER, Corner of Collins and Sranston Streets, Melborurne, Has on Sale,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

NOTICE. # P,. ALEXANDER SAYERS hav - ing comnpletd the term of his en gagement with the undersigned, t:iey E'R rP?p ctfulliv to give notice itht heir hrbsines. rn (4ee .ng will in future he co;odr;t- by Mr Edward ~.nith, on and after thi, fate. Victoria Leather Warehouse, Moora'ool."treet, Geelcng. san. 1, 1~53 F OUN , one agcd AI " ti- i ,P E; S ltnel R mortre mane and TC onfrFin of nn:k very mrIn: collar-marked, hadi a s mlll* tnd brile on wlebn r?J?,n cl::ch are In my A:....-n. A CuE.'Et I.;T fr , ~iy.'., hrt,I,-!f .h ha,,or. h. whi,. fart, nn antllar-marked; al?e a BIACK ILIPT H)R'E. brande,!l on Ih o.f rh?,aldr, has a brand nar ?lnll.r not s.l,, Ia at a ?ar bck, Ihrre wBvrN feet, and erry .arly mane; alda, A IlIGHiT?' RY D?AFr UO??E, brand, d witll a rrc;i and doL or a 4,nehaa and d s?. hat blank paintr. W. Bl LLTU, Chk Ca .talri , Crapa*zw* -rmgniýrirq Life 14 Mrs we nave oeen . 'here never was a tune when some NE l re or executive measure was "_ estore confidence and arrest a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

AMERICA. Acommittee, consisting of the leading literary men of the Union, headed by Washington Irving, had been appointed to carry out measures for rendering honour to the memory of the late James eanlimore Cooper, the distinguished no vellist. General Whitin,, one of the oldest slicers of the United States army, died at St. Louis on the 1Gth October. In addition to his services in his military capacity, he had for many years been a large and valuable contributor to Ame rican literature. Hle was one of the chief writers in the ' North American Review. Pubiic feeling appeared to be greatly in favor of Daniel Webster for the Presidenev. The Common Council of New York had ap painted a committee to make the necessary ar rangements for giving a grand receptions to LEosuth on his arrival in that citr. Jenny Lind was giving concerts at Buffalo to ent:?nsiatic anuienees. The bitter antagonism of opinions, produced by the Fugitive Slave Law, was raging as fiercely io ever. The Boston Courier...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

31nLOUIRF NE. Lr ~n'-We stated on \tednesday that it as nrIRlly believed, in well informed circles, tat ~ fiea liegiments of the Line were under -lort for the Aeustraian Colonies, consequent on the ovlerc of her Gold Fields. The same re t r.i that":, the 20th, 76th, and 33rd Rec pants hill form three out of the fire.-H3 erald eStnocr Accitor.-'?3r Blackburn, the City eacreror, met with a very serous nccident on Thorda last, while accompanying the 3favor and Corpeortion on the excursion for beating the city Hounlaries. The horse ?e was tiding; took f 0ight,h rd started oF at a desperate pace in piheof all nattempts to cheek him. The resunlt its, lit the rider wras carried with great vio lee aginstn a tree and received some frightful i -junles albout the held and face. Dr Greeves es in attendance iduring the nwhole night on the stient, Iho, ie are sorry to say, is by no means oct of.'inaer.--lbid. TrcnEt.OFr-Levn HonoERs.-There are at p-et ent oit out one hunded ticket-of-leave holder...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Mr.ITARYDESERTFRs.--IorseGnuards, Aug. 19.-In consequence of the diver sity of practice and ineiliciencr of the existing methods of marking the deserter with the letter D, and it being found in many instances that the mark has become obliterated in a sl.,rt time, and even been removed by artificial means, it has been decided that, from the 1st of Octo ber next, this part of the sentence of the court-martial shall be inflicted, in all cases where practicable, in the military prisons, by the medical otlicer attachedl to each of those establishments, and under special instructions from the Se cretary-at-War. Soldiers, however,who are to be marked with tile letter D, and sentenced to transportation without pre vious imprisonment,o r belonging to corps siationed in districts where there may not be a military prison, are to be so marked at their regiments as heretofore. In order to ascertain how fir a perma nent impression has been obtained, a record is to be kept at the...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

CALIFORNIA. WE hare received files of San Francisco journals to the 13th November, being six days later than the dates of our last drice s : The 'Weekly Alta,' of November 8, reports that thle first train propelled br steam passed over the Panama Rail road on the IIth of October. The state of trade at San Francisco did not appear to have recovered its buoyancy. The latest reports before os state that the import markets con tinue dull, and that prices remain sta icnnary; new arrivals having caused ad ditional resistance on the part of the burers. Large qualntities of goods were oering for sale by auction, but the tnransactions were extremely limited, and ot low figures. However, as but few foreign arrivals were expected, an im provement was confidently looked for ward to with the setting in of the rainy season. Cash was said to he plentiful, and at some large sales of city lands the prices, being exclusively for cash, ruled Mnsuallr high. The es ment of a State Mint appeared very gen...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 February 1852

ME LIIOURIF. IRStrOD. February 2-Lly 'eel, barqse, 450 ions, HEdard Thomas, commander, from Landon October 27th. Ptsieners,Irs Crrswell and family, Mrs Iltanchar.l, lr and Mrs Bett. irs Jones and faruilt, Mlesrs Hardmank,1ier, Kai-ht, Waldegrýre,Tis:ell, and 3lantoa, 3Ir and Mrs lzoh and ft:nily, Miss Bennett, Mrs Towell, Mrs Rassell and chih, 3raaJd Mrs Benson sad family, Mr and Mrs Bell, Miss 3iller, lr and Mirs Good -.?.. Messrs Oslaldistan, Ithersnm, Andrews, Barcre, Brous, Cotter. E~fenloro. Myle, Vietor, To.mas, Caye, Star, lhyihne, Watts, Iltchell Gr"; ry, Mary ,Bnt nnI Mr Gregory, Strachan &Co., Go: IL . smith h Co., o, . S Co elourne, A-ents. Vebranry 2-2-sith Ik, L-i, feorn Gee CLe.ARrE seT. February 2--A ls, sciooner,' for Hobart Town. No p?asengers. Fenbruar 2--ialycro, brin, for Launceston. IJ ballast. P.s..engrs-Mcssrs Hammond and Napier, and sic 'a the steerage. Per Lady Peel, 106 cses, 5 bales, 20 baskets, 1 cask., 2 rolls. lead, 10 bore*, 3 half-tierces, .to...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

Rec'dirtd, e.c lTe arr'kics, BOILINt+ DOWN VATS, from 50 to 330 gallors Tin, iron, and otter pumps Swing rsbin lamps, swith Palmer's patent candles for ditto, :nd extra lamps Japanned jugs, basins, &c., and every requisite for fitting up ships' cab.ne comfortably Cots, hamm-cks, &c. Patent tallow and solar pedestal table lamps Patent weighing machines, from 3 to 10 est. Cricket bats, balls, stumps, &c. With every reqoisite for house ard fa'm use, at A. R. REED ! CO.s, Moorahool-street. N.B.- A first-rate I. t of scythes, sickles, and reaping. hooks, on hand. 534 PISTOLS, 1 UST received a few pairs of handy * Pocket Percussion Pistols. a~so, A few els ofTloy Scales and Weiphts; superior low priced Tents, Tubs, &c., with eesry requisite for a comfortable out-at )r the Diggings, at. A. R. REED 0& foe, 321 Moosabool -street. WAiRL ' POWELL, WEOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONSIOxGES , Corner of Collins and Ssranston &treets, Mfelbourne', Has on Sale...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

,.-d f'" SQdrezy Direct. Ofi k TO T iPPERS oF GOLD ...---- .?fe "Captain Balda, sails positiFly Curiad3Y iFSt a: noon, by w~hich time sturday rc' os hozi ad. ILLs, - ust lie o boatd. ci:!ers ..r . ~- aoe apply to fre ? ,r ? ILDAoY, Queen's Wharf. TJLO~SG. dr te Sole Mnagemenfl t of Mr. Deeriny. RE-GhEGEENTT OF IR '. G. oOPPIT N, FOr FOUR 1IGHTS MORE. , 7tURSDA Y FEB. 5th. DEAD SHOT. ecrl.id .·.. r Coppin Ltu s LuretTct'kIrs Deerng. OUR L[ARY ANVNE. JsI3nahl Tiks-...- Mr Coppinb y Anne ........... S c ITCING AN HEIRESS. ti, ith the songand horopipe.. ' Mr Coppin Co FRIDAY, February 6t,. PAUL PRY. paul Pry..r...[. Coppin KING'S GARDEIVER. Gsalochbrd..Mfr Coppin. adame Galuchad...... Mrs Stnubbs. HERCULES, KING OF CLUBS. GREAT PREPARATIONS ARE BEINSG MADE FOR THE REGATTA WEEK. aest, 4s; Pit, 2s. Doors open at Slf.pist Seven, commence at Eight 'dock. A .? il make Carh ZdG on oLd. D-LOEtY. GORE & CO. LDIGGERS' BANK.--The nn 1reetaind hdnrteotrIed Ino rrantnemeue wih eiiotirrSiure...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

RULES AND RtEGULAL'N T ' That each day s racino commnce ' Ii half-past t o'clock i the orPdfon That all entries tJr "ny of tlhe ahor I races'hall bh oada at tAr Dmrnnelly Corio-street, Iher 8 o'clock on the ev' ,, inlg f the .t.h ekbruiarv, excelpt tie erl trie?s fir tih 6th and 7th racci oF :E first dcay, an hd th 2d ad 4'h on te second lay, which fur race, shall I' post entry. Th:Tt hoata from Melbourne, or 'U part, aret inrvited to compete for th:e ;'ge priza'. N pr -T-he Committee arres 1'l r: t let that ni' licnsed lAts:lih for tI1 ale ,)i ftr mett-d ,r spiritu)us liquor het all rti on tite ground,

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POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, 4th February, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. ~-IaeJli. 4thl Fem~ruay 1S52 itS W ~rbnhp-the 2Lcr tt I Cipt~us EFyati t73t tl~1:* S~.tLs Sti ti9 Beneh tc~tenlrw naranwg Sit1 iii Ittxiet. beyond the fining f o~ne ma Flr I!rua ntecep~.,-J. oci Lnnacted.

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Second Day, Wednesday. 11th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

?cond Day~. Wednesday. l1th Feb. Ist. Second-class 'ailing-1;ont', of ]h - than 20 feet kee; entrance each bust £1 Is. First priza, £15; second do, £. Three to startor no race. 2nd. Sclline Miatch; entrance 5,. First prize, £5; recond do, £1l. Three eatries or na race. 3rd. The Gold Digger's Cop. V Ine OYE HUNDRED GUI-NEAS. To be conrended for by parties who shall prove to the satisfaction of the Cormmitt'O that they have worked as digge s at t~i Victuria. Diggings. For fiv--oar d whale boate; entrance each hoat £5 5s. The second boat to receive £10, and the thin: bot i£5. Four.to start or no race. 4th. Amateur Rowi g Match, for hotsts with only two oars; entrance 10s6j each hb'at. First prize, £10: second do, £3. Three to start or no race. 5th. Gig race, for rigs not ptolOic more than tiveoars; entrance O10s Gd eack boat. First prize, I10 ; second do, £- - Three to start or no race. 6th. Jollyboat race; entrance £1 1J, Prize, £15. Three to start or no race. Captain E. R. Addis, Com...

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THE SEARCH FOR SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

TliH S?.LCi OR1 SIR JORN FRANTKLS . iVE foni that per-ans of eC?per, i .rcrtI e r -iantion, ans ell ao many ot.er= intlnenced by - iic~s of hrrn anitr, are of opinion that one n:a,* tbrt sehonitl 'e m:uls by thle Admiralta to .IC cver r i .o!;n Fr,:alin n;d his crews. Our , 1a ojC.s bhl q:.it epir":I on the return rf r| the 1;:,,'y eontiried lnd n h'y conmmandel ,-; '-.st'ns from Z' nknid and nmneriec, which a'- I-:-n se·s·.rir;g t?.e Aretic seas dunrin the -st ver "ni the Frencnt; ndl we thought it n=:l-s,: s well as unnjnt, to exfIp other gallant r.a- o t .* pa;'ie ano horrors of th?fne f?rfal "giencs ft is s:ited, horever, that Capteain anir. the sceond Eicer in conmmanl in Cap to.a Arutin's expedition, is of opiricn thet a r'~seifl a.an-a reanel ehola be sent to explore :una!l-r in the direction of Wolington Strait a::J i,:tr, Channol. TheRea. Dr. Se? eresr, c!0 his hal experiencer in theose nr., is nu[ lily- dvrocnting the same emer:e. Dr. Kiing, wi.o cemrraniedi the Frankilin ...

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