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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

3ickletiast(cal Intelligence. On Tuesday, May 5th, at Rome, on the festival of St. Catherine, the Right Rev. Lord Cardinal Acton received into the bosom of our Holy Mother the Catholic Church, the Rev. George Dudiey Ryder, his wife, Mrs. Ryder, his sister, Miss Sophia Ryder, and his tlhree eldest children. The Rev. G.' Ryder'is the secondsori of ithe late Lord Bishop 'of Lichfield :aiid Coventry, nephew of the Earl of Harroivby; and first cousin of Ambrose Lisle Phil lips, Esq., of Giraca Dien Manor. Mrs. George Ryder. is, the sister-ini-law of the Lord Bishop pf Oxford, ;i'D \Vilberforcr. Mr. Ryder held prefer ment in tdiediocese of Winchester, belig rector oi? nea tlhat city.-T/ee London Beacon.. The Riy;9eorgc DDudleyRyder, Vicar of Easton, near Winchester, second son of: the late.Dr. Ryder, Protestant Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, l~s been received into the Catholic Church, together with his lady and the members of.his faimilyat Rome. Mr. Ryder was married to a near relative...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

AGENTS FOR, TaJ CIflONICT.ýr GOULfUAN-MR,. C ME'. BEauMAl--Ma. B. M'MAHON. PAEasONr-Ma. J. O'SuiV4L1&r. PAIýR&MATTA -Ma., P. CARD;I., Poai PH;LLP -MR. J. BULLEN. WoLLoNooao -MI.. THOMAS FOWL3lk,. BATHUST-SI-Ma. T. JOTg a. QU$ANDZYAN Ma. J.3 . 3 VjLIa.i MAITLAND-MR. T. MAuONI;. 'CA 1'IFL LrQWN, . &C:-MR l: " IAaIPIzý Wzabsoa-MR. JAYAB CbM4aIx'c. PENRITII-MRt. JAM1Es. M'CARTIT. JEri' Lus AIý;s-IM . J'. J.. PL1kS a BuNoONi~ .Ma. Eq;ýPA D, Hunoý>a.. AnAIDB: -Ma. Jonn Now4AND. YAss--Ma. C,. RoURKc. * PuIsi4ted,{}, the UV+{ý.e ",.t1e4 Jiidvr4 Ma. JoNES, as0, PATERNOSTER-eQ, LozDeIM". Mn. W. J.' B&?TERBDYj I, 'EýB ýX'Dl ID~fjBut LI/\111ý1yT-8;ý1t.iliTý, yNý;kt': '- . Pr11ted (or the Proprietor by IIWWAIIU *JOHN IWI*R LIsy, ,o i tdt r to, h I cqupaty of CuwbIS.lndr"0oi. lIsl~ed by hiW "m at hid O/raica .o011o., No." Iiij; lnA!Q"' I Nst.

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BLOOD—MORE BLOOD ! — FEARFUL SACRIFCE OF HUMAN LIFE—EVICTION OF TENANTRY—THE LAND QUESTION AGAIN ! [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

BLOOD-- MORE BLOOD!--FEARFUL SA CRIFCE OF HUMAN LIFE-EVICTION OF TENANTRY-.-THE LAND QUESTION AAIN!N! (From the Tipperary Vindicator, M.ay 2Q.) More blood ! Was not the land already saturated with gore! What !-shall there never be an end of this awful system ! Day after day must more lives be sacrificed to this fearfful Moloch-must the ties that bind society be snapped and annihilated in order ithat tlihe supremicy of the landqird's law should triumlnph! Would not any description of warfare be far and away better than this dpcimating guer rillatin 'detail, which renders everything we cherish insecqre, which familiarises every mind with blood and carnage-which sets no eartl?ly yalue on that life which the DEITY has given for a noble destiny I In the case to wduich we are now about to refer, two victjn s have fallen beneath the well directed aim of the constabulary carbines-a manr in the bloom of early youth-with no crime save that of attachment i th interests of his master -with a ch...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

NEW INSOLVENTS. WEDNESDAY, Ocr. 14.-Richard Hutchinson, of Phillip-street, Sydney, journeyman printer. Ed ward Knox, offlicial assignee. MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. Henry Samuel Jervis, a single meeting at eleven o'clock. Samuel Pek, an adjourned special meeting at two. RECEIVING DEPOTS FOR STOLEN PRO rEarT. Abraham Thomas was charged, before the. Right Worshipful the Mayor and Captain Innes, on Wednesday, with stealing 2- glass doors, thee property of MIrs. Wheeler, from an unoccupied dwelling house situateat the Surry hills. According to the evidence of Mrs. Whedler, she purchased the house from which the windows were stolen, some time back, for the sum of 4001.; that it had been unoccupied recently, during which 'period, nearly every portable fixture belonging thereto lehad been stolen, including the glass doors before the court, swhich she v'alued at 50s., and traced to the residence of an " individual named Golden, a dealer in second hand furniture in George-street south, who informed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

" The sgdney Chronicle" is puoblished twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturdtsy; and is extensively ?eitcudthd tik6ughoidt Ner Sduth `IWle', Vhn Dieinen's LadSorItA u ai 'Ne to ala dand n S30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receivino it, rfler paying the "nroa,, dte. Advei-tiser- - shd--d m k on-each.... ..tr... , enumber on insert in England, othlandse and!Ireland.-- a'he tluartersmepd on discontinue or 'alter advertiseme nts must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday anad Friday; but new advertisements are redived till six o'clock on the evening before publicaion -l int ctions s e i in writinge and .ra tettersonstpaill ounterm NOT.I.C.. T~ HE .SUBSCRIBERS to. this Paper, " and the Public in general, hre respect fully informed,. thct the following rules will in future be strictly adhered.to :--. 1N SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten Shillings per quarter, or Two Pounds per annum. IN THE COUNTRY-The Subscrip tio...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION.—MR. WENTWORTH'S COMMITTEE. "Downing-street," 30th April, 1846. "To Governor Sir C.A. Fitz Roy," New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846

THE . 'SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SARTURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. tREVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. -MR. WENTWORTH'S (.OMMvIT TEE. . " Downing-street, " 30th April,'1848. " To Governor Sir C. A. Fitz Roy, " New South Wales. " Sir,-I am idesirous that, at the commencement of your administrative duties as Governor of New .South Wales, you eshould, be possessed, in a form as 'definite as-the state of the case admits, of the.views of Her Majesty's Government with regard to the introduction of convicts into that colony." Suc is the beginning of His Excellency's task; nor can we, perhaps, now more con ,veniently.proceed than by transcribing the introductory portion of our own remarks when first apprised of the instructions re-, lative to the renewal of.transportation which. 'the Governor had received.: -" The first act of serious import which Mr. Glad stone has offliially been instructed ..to propose, and our Governor been directed to assist in carrying :into effect (for that is practically meant, nor. is ...

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Maitland. COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

J' attlani. . -0o From the lAlaitland Mercury. COMMERCIAL AN D MARKETI'S Since our last report business hag been tolerably brisk, notwithstanding the unfavourabl weathler of the.last few days. General stores are without alteration, with, the exception of coflee, which is now selling at is per lb. Every other article remains particularly qui escent. The grain market remains dull. We heard of ohe sale of ninety bushels of wheat at 6s. 3d., at the beginning of the'week, but this is tle only transaction that has reached us. Flour is withoiut alteration since last week. Maize is on the declirne; about 4s. 3d. being the .highest pua!cei purchasers are inclined to give for good 'samples., L - Hay is at a stand, and may be bought as low as £6, 1though the constant export previents its too rapid decline in price. Green'foilder maly be had ina large quantities at 4d. per, dozen bualales, wfith a good supply. - A good' amount of business lhas been done in hides and sheepskins during the week ;...

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COUNCIL AFFAIRS. [?] MR. LOWE'S CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

-COUNCIL- AFFAIRS. ': MR. LOWE'S CONFESSION. '.! Mr. Lows said, that he was too much accustomed .to see this lavish mode of expenditure, and to see the honorable and learned member for Sydney pursue a course totglly~at variance, with.the principles hehad formerly supported, to be .surprised either attlle present proposition or at the honorable and learned member 'supporting it. One by. one-they were throwing asile .all thie principles which, they had formerly. :regarded as fixed upon the firmest basis, and which he for one would never. have supported if he had believed that they were merely :meant to embarrass the proceedings of oAe Governor, with out being applicable to his successor. This was .another of those abandonnients, and would open a door to the advancement of numberless other claims of .a similar nature." Svcl is the.fullest report. hait hi s been made.. of Mr. Lowe's speech against the appropriation of £200 each, as. a pension, to the.Ladies Forbes and Dowling, widows of...

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THE PARTY PROCESSIONS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

THE PARTY -PROCESSIONS BILL. WE are .glad to find .that the 'nanner-in which this Bill has, been taken tip by the various Benefit Societies in Sydney, has induced'the 'Govermeint to introduce into it such modifications as will, 'e have.no doubt, meet thle wishes of the petitioners against the first Bill. In congratulating .our - readers on the change which, has .been :made in the Bill, we cannot avoid taking some credit to our selves for having been :the first to direct public attention to its absurd and harassing provisions. Had no opposition beenoflheredr to it, the Bill first introduced,.with some few"very slight alterations, would probably have 1been passed,. by the Council';, and though we have not the slightest doubt.but tlihat it would have been disallowed by Her Majesty, yet during the time it would have been in force here the.Colonists generally, and the Cathiolics in particular, would have been . subjected to restrictions' altogether unknown to our countrymen at lhome, and...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

-o October 10.-Ocean, Americani ship, 350 tons, Captain Ahny,'from the Whale Fishery. S i. DEPARTURES. : - . October 16. -Margaret, schooner, Captain: Rea, for Circular Heasd, in. ballast. ... ,, . . 16.-Iris, American barque, Captain Haynes, for the SouitlhiSea Fishery. 1. --London Packet, American ship, Captain Howland, fr, the South Sea Fishery. 17.-Spec, schooner, Captain Dicey, for Batavia, in ballaist.' .e 17.-Augustus, barque, Captain Rolls, for Ho bart Town, in ballast. 17 I--Rebecca, schooner, Captain M'Veigh,. for Hobart Town. 17-Industry,r schooner, Captain -Macfarlane, for the.Whale Fishery. - 17-Canton Packet, barqtue, Captain Sherman, for the WhaleFislie'ry. 18.-Pe/i, brig, Captain Gwatkin,' for :Laun ceston... :1Passengers-Air. James :Nokes, hMrs. pumas and infint, anllliss Hlaman. 18.-YPa?mr ra, barque, Cuptai.: Stephens, for" Madi'as, in bisist. . :181-~.Illl Watt?, schooner, Captainh Boyle, for. Adelaide. Passengers--Captaln Irving, :Mr;! and MAs. Burns and two chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

A'GEN'JTS'EOR TRE' CIIRONLVL." GOULbU1aR ! ia.OAXNEL. . BI:au1rM -Mn; 13B WM'MA oN. - FATERSON- NR.. J: O'Si'tllIANa PAURaMATTAý * M.'-P. CAub1FF: PORT Pt1Lnr -Ma.J. BULLENN W WoLLoxaO No-MR. TuoMAS FowLuL BAra4uRsT-Mzt.' T JOdNE:i. t ' : .U BBANDEY -MR. "J.ý J: rWiUonEt . , MAITLAND-MR.' T. MA1ONY.I '' t CAMPnoi.ITaWN &c._iMfa MLALJSTU. ' WINnSoa- Ma. JAMES CAsstxrD'" PENi~tHrH-ME J'Ahtbia M .CAlgiI·. JEanRY'r -PJ Aare -Mi. J :J. J:' "` ;ljarnxý flrNwONrA-rMRI ED(P:1vu '$uro'Hif*ý. ADBLArpRI-Mn. JOHN 1OWl~jAN1 Yxbs=+a1R.M'C: RonAks:b"tE n~, , .' '' Publih71ed in the, UInied ICinM' pnI, k Ma. JONES . 63," ATaaNOSTan..OW, Lot(DO Ma. .V. J. EBATTmaBBY, 10,lLee E c LIAMRNTISTREET, DUDLIN. Praited for, tin Propretorr 1y EDIVAIW9 JpHN 1 ,LILY, or I edfempiun th Counaty at CU! brrr l 1lIIIid y) 7 hlri at the Chronicle Ollloe, No. 13, Elii. '"' iiratt tixdu 41'be a bUtti t\'lese=N'eduecdq~iQ4O IH~et'P I/U~L (ill U) J,1'

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Commissioner. FRIDAY, OCT. 16. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Com? ssloner. FRIDAY, OCT;. 16. PROOFOFICvLAIMS. 'In the estate of James Brotherton Laughton, a first meeting: Edward Neeve, i 2; Michael Gilli gan, £28 7s.; David Jones, £56 '8s. 5. ; Avery Benham, £27 12s. 1 Id; Giilaume Jonson, £10; ,James Spratt, £2'9s. id. ; J. T.Willcox, £4 Os. The insolvent has been allowed £ 1,10s. per week up ,to the holding of: a third meeting from this date. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. In the estate of Henry Cooper Jervis,. a single meeting: John Thomas, £15; Robert Bickwell, £4 15s. 4d.; John Charles HIawe; f 13 10s. The meeting allowed the insolvent to i'etain his bed, bed. ding, and wearing apparel. In the estare of Samuel Peek;an adjourned special meeting was helh, but no businesswas done. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11? ' In the estate of Michael Gannon, ann adjourned :special meeting.was held on business relative to the "insblvent's certificate; but as nothing was done, the meeting was fidjourned till Tiesday, the 10th No vemb...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

S iklcs0ias'tical Inte.tgcncsv.' .:" CONSECRATION OF THE NEBW.. ISHOP OF. ToIE WEST.-ie g it. Rev., Dr. UllathOrne, O.SB, the newly-appointed Vicar-Apostolic of the Westtern District, will be consecrated Bishop on next Tuesday, in. the Church of the Most Holy,Sacrament,,at Co. ;' ventry. The;consecrating prelate will, we under stand, be the Right Rev. Dr. Briggs, In the absence of Dr. Walsh, who, we. are sorry to learn, is not sufficiently well .+to perform that office. 'ie.Rigsht Rev.Dr.' Wiseman willpreach, on the occasion;,anil through his Lordship's1 kindness. the choristersiof Osecott College will be in!;attendance!ato chantf the musical part:of the service.-7?h : et. ?: !!.:: - 7~APraA.-Nzw1 Bssle?.-?We: are happy to in form our readers thatithere is to be a neawBishopric or Vicariate in ':Kordofan.,i Mgr: Casolanl, late of Malta, but noiw resident In Rome,has been nomin nated, and we believe by this time cousecrated;,Bishop of the new>Missioni. uFather Ryllo,,now Rector: i...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

·*ti~tiY ' i~gilB'i) ItOi) ii l&A'01iLA:Ll!"I.Ul "" VAUZATION UV T448 1rngcwOMKTK4. ,X.i-: .....I 54 I M..°.N.. M. W , Th1 1%uwAr.; . 1,1 55 40 57c B.L itt'" lfBa:,DAT .~ 14) 545 0412 tl S.L++. Olear F ATORDAT' .:::... 17 4 I4O " 41404 Nw. Dito 1u?4DAy.:.:...r... 18 40103 70 N.W. :i .:MONDAY ......". 10 ' 402 445lw 1h 4, (Cloudy TUuIyD* .. .. i 2,) 41 C41164) S.K 44 43itto " Mlcoa tempjerature, 411.0 z.i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

- O? . CEo 1 0F REMOVAL., - HE-Qfl tf this Journal is removed 'T. froth this date, to No. 133, King street East, next door to Mr. Brownn's, Grocer, where all communications are re-. *quested to be addressed. Chron'icle Office, c, .Sydney, Oct. 3, 1846. . . EELO N,G. SR. 'JOHIN MURPHY has been ap pointeal Agent -for this 'Journal in the.labove district." Chroiicle 01omce, Oct. 6t11, 1840. . CLARENCE TOWN AND DXUNG9G.° ] R. DENI?"I:IEBNEY has. bees-: appointed 'Agerit for this Journal in ;the above distiticts". .: K Chronile iOfce, 'Oct..6tb, 1'841. ',

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THE LAST MOMENTS OF THE DRUNKARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

THE LAST MOMENTS OF THE;DRUNKARD. It may be attended with some beneficial effect at this crisis to.place upon record a feeble sktch of the last moments of. the Drunkard, when many, forgetful of the vast benefits of Temperance, prevaricate, and becode traitors to the sacred cause of teetotalism. The vice of drunkenness has been always denoutnced not only by the Gospel, but by all good men ; but it canneit be too forcibly reprobated in such times as these, w ten famine and destitution almost universally prevail, and are awarded by Providence as the chas tisement of our crimes. Let then such infatuated beings as have relapsed into intemperance bewail their fall, and take a mural from the following tale. Let the Teetotaller continue stern to his principles, for joy and happiness shall attend his vays, and the reverse oftliis picture will behisfiate; but let the con firmed debauchee-he whose breast is steeled against alleproof-who tramples upon the laws of nature and rel ion, and disrega...

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FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

FAMINE. (From The Tablet,) . CoNNEMRAaA.--The.corresppoident of4flhe Chroni cle givgs a list of.thirty-four.fanfilies, of 2 s0Q3 souls, whose sole provision as a guard against famine was sixty-tlireeoand three-quarters bushels of potatoes, their seed plants having been consuimei ! In the inarket potatoes were 5d. per stone 1, Forty, thou sand.people are in tho.ab.ve'condition.in.Connc emara. It is not clear that anyone has actually been starved to ,death, nor dues it apear t ftat evT r e-d tends largely; but the misery is extreme;, and as .thelanillords will not, perhaps cannot subscribe to the reiief of the poor, Government will not help them, aliting te. preliminary subscription. Now a little Indian meal at Clifden would lower the mar 'ke'l none has been sent-and'! bye-and-bye' It will be too late '' ; ," ' , r ' ...F* , . ". :" ThIUFls.--The district about 'this town, as. re ,gards the provailing want and loss of tie potato, is in 'a wretched- state indeed, and although the marke...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

i.egi|rlollllf2'l? 4 OtllllC;It. - -o-0 FRIDAY, OCT. 1. The SPEAKER took, the chair at the usual hour. THE ciBo L iiaoiEsaioN. Mr. LOWE nioed thait ani address be piesented Ito his Excellency the Governor, praying that his ,Excellency will.be pleased to place on the.estimates a sum ofmopey to be apprPpriated t9 the .re-pay ,ment of all barristers and attorneys admitted .or re admitted in the Supreme Court froh the 3rd August, 1842, until the 2nd day of April, 1846, inelusive, of the fees -paid by them iespectively, on being so ad nmitted or re-admiitted . The COLONIAL SECRETARY seconded the 'motiodn, whicf vday carried, and the address was .ordered 'iob ;e .preeited t the .Governoir by the .Speakoi, ite .Colosial Seret?ry aod til Coilonial Tre surer. •hr. MACARTHUR monied that thepetitioit from '"r.' snil?tiion of . arramtita;ipr.tsented by ;hlm.on rthelStl instant, hb printed. lihr. WENTWORTIHie conded the motion 'hich _wa. osedi??'the ATTORNEY ZGENERAL, and • on being;put, wmasneg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

To tse Edilor of teS Sydney Chsrouicle. :1 IR,-Not being desirous of emulating. Mr. O'Brien in respp(tabllity, I.l;ave only. to request that you will give ihsertiaftio thie following letter; which will satisfy' his friends that his recent assumption of a character 'to which he had no claim was not accidental, hias' uch as it will be seni, thiat some years since I ?c?.obliged to take notice of a similar attempt made by`hlim;' ani attempt ivlichl it appears he thenU had suficient decency to apologise' for .- . " $7, Clarence-street, . " 1st December, 1841. " Dear Sir,.A few days ago Mr. Cape mentioned to nie that you felt annoyed at- my private card- that you considered that .1 usurped the title which belonged to yourself in the Colleg:. In answer to your quere, as far as I knIw he has knocon nothing about it. I would ciot, knwting. deprive you of any honour to which you may have the least claim, and I am conscious that I am the last that would directly 1 or indirectly lower .you in t...

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CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE—NECESSITY FOR CONTINUED EXERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

CONDITION OF~" ir?,l PEOPLE.,-NECESSITY FOR CONTINUED " I RTitdN... 7Yq regret to learn that the 1prsure of distress po.n l o. st ill .connu.s ith' grest severity. Our own accounts from various quarters speak of the necessity of'the~ ieople as: unmbdified In: its' as *pect,-and-of tlie pirospiects of the pre-harvest periodl as perilous in the extreme. It is painful to perceive hiat vilesuchi is ithe condition of te country at eru4p Whod be a4e to'hen tlh emence of such a state of tlhings.as .wopu& dema._evyen .oreD Iary exertions-for the relief of the sufferers. Three time': ier week, we .ite is'sured, in everyvaricty of phrase, and in every-vein--" from gai to gay, ifromhively. to seer~'t?b'--leat the court'is a scene o smiling, plenty from end to end, and tlha:iallpur Ts r'eally'so hbudidant"meih: cannbt:bo'had tb inder take it. A "valued" - correspon'dent?'ro oni on quarter writes inthe1journa'ls' (ilhicl'~i iny: tlie s 'tress that there (slui ea plethorfa l'if~b d i ll i...

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