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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869

Cokcebt in St. Mam's PionNABY.— Ae will be seen onrtf rriag toeuradvtrtis3mentooIumns,agraLd tntertainment wUl be given in the above place, thia evening. From the programme of NcitatioBs, &o., there is no doubt that those who patronice the concert Bbeaipajt.— EpjV Coco,.— Gbateful iho Coujobtim -The verj agreeable oharaowr of this prgptruiea fau reudmd.tattniwal faToorft*. Th« Civil Service Oantu remark c :-?? The eingular aucseas which ICr. Eppa attained bj hii hoBHBopaUiic preparation oCooceabu nerer been ecr pitted by any experimentaUat. By a thorough knowledge of the natnral lawi whioh govern Uus operation! of digeaiion aa.1 nBlrliion. «d bj a eanfnl application of the fine preperbn of well-ieleeted eoooa, Mr. Eppa kai provided our breakfeu uhlea with a delloaulj flavoured bnerage wbleh may nvena many hearj dostora' blUa.' Iladi (Imply with belling water or ailk. Sold by the trade only r i-!b..i-n- ttdl-lb. tin lice* puittt, latino-Jama Eiw.andCo ?bno»peihl« CuemUu.Ljiii...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869

8H0ALHAVEN Tbe polling for this electorate is as follows:— Garrett, 631; Gools1, 530— Empire. EDEN. The returns for this electorate are believed to be Clarke, 590 ; Egan,, 578. The official declaration will probably take placstiSn Friday.— Herald. WEST MAOQUABIE. Returns are in from the six places undermentioned. There are five more returns to come in. As far as the numbers are known, there ie a majority of 139 in favour of Mr. Webb against Mr Driver. Driver. Webb. Bathuwt ? 107 ... 179 Lagoon ? 14 ... 26 Mnnday Swamp ? 29 ... 29 Woodstock ? 8 ... 19 Oaloola ? 8 ... 35 Viotoria ? 3 ... 15 —Empire. 161 303 WESTERN GOLD.FIELC8. Church, Bedmau, and Eagsr were nominated. The ehew of hands was in favour of Church.— Empire. SOUTHERN QOLD.FIELDS. Adelong, Wednesday Evening. Gr. M. Stephen and Baker were nominated. The show of hands was in favour ef Stephen, Very few voters were present, and only about twenty hands were held up altogether.— Empire. GBENPELL, There aiegood piospeots at tbe T...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869

BIRTHS. On the 8th instant, at the parsonage, West Kempsey, Macleay River, the wife of the Rev. A. Routledge, of a daughter, prema- turely. On the 15th instant, at Forest Villa Cottage, Forest Lodge Estate, the wife of Thomas Godbee, of a son.   MARRIAGES.   On the 25th November, by special license, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Dean Hanley, Thomas Waring, of the Railway Department, Sydney, to Mary Ann Clara, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Hartford, St. Mary's, South Creek. On the 11th instant, at St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, G. W. R. T. Seccombe, Esq., surveyor, son of the late Dr. Seccombe, of Tasmania, to Amy Ann, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Thomas B. Naylor. On the 13th instant, by special license, at St. Stephen's, Cam-   perdown, by the Rev. R. Taylor, Henry Cutter, mariner, eldest son of Henry Cutter, Christchurch, Hampshire, to Jane Stephen- son, youngest daughter of Robert Ferison, County Armag...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singular Death. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Singular Death. An inquest was lately held on the body of Obarles L. Kirkwood, living at Olapton, who died suddenly under tbe following oironmstanoe:— He wbb employed as a commercial clerk, and had not been ailing in any way previously. The family were awakened early one morning by the shrieks of the deoeased, whom they found on the staircase walking in agony and complain ing ef intense pain in the stomach. For a time he completely lost bis sight. Brandy was administered, deceased was put to bed, and medical aid summoned , On the following day he appeared to have perfectly recovered. He appeared then to be mush better, atd wanted to get np, bnt as be bad a small boil on bis back the doctor advised him to remain in bed, Dr. Kittler in evidence said be eaw him again on the following day, when be appeared in his usual state of health, which was tbat of a strong young man of very gsod constitution, He talked and laughed, and ex pressed a wish to get to business On the same day witneas r...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

FRANCE. The excitement produced by tbe Kinck murder in Franee has thrown even politics into the background. The Ohambers of Deputies are not to meet in October, as had been fixei, bnt tbe postponement to November oauses little remark. / n impression begins to prevail that the Emperor is nn willing to consummate the reform he has granted up:n paper, and that he fancies be has allowed Himself to be carried farther tban tie need have gene. Sagacity is certainly not the quality in which HiB Majesty has hitherto shown himself wanting, and we find it difficult to believe tbat he has really enter tained any idea of a backward movement, mncb less of another coup d' etat, as some omniscient rewspaper correspondents have declared to be the fact. The EmpresB lias left on her trip to the east, and has already arrived at Venice. The Emperor's health is much restored, but the rumours as to his contemplated abdication persist. It has been stated over and over again tbat His Majesty has for seme ti...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

BIBTHB. Onthe22ndofKoTCml)8r, atBlacktown, Urs-M. H.Seale, of b Bon. On the 14th instf nt, at her residence, BUoktown, Mrs. George Ireland, of ft daughter. On the 14th instant, Albion-street, Suiry-Hi'ls, the wife of Mr. John Bibb, of a Bon. On tho 14th instant, at the Lori High Admiral , Botjmy-sr-eet, Etury Hills, the wife of Wil'am Fletoher, of a son. On the 16th instant, at htr resideace, 127, Woo'loomooloo street, If re, N. Lev;, of a boh. MABBIAGES. On the 16th instnt, at Key* iown, by the Bev. William Blatyer, the Bev: 8. C. Kent^of Cftmden College, to Chprlo.to Eliza, relict of the Iata Andrew Wilson, Esq., and only su.viring child of the lute Charles Chapman, Esq. On the 18th instant, by spcial lioense, at Sydney, by the Bev. Dr. Fullerton, Edwa-i yonigeBt eon of Mr. Jrmcs Rocherter, Wiidcor, to Elizabeth Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. John Ha ;is, George-Btreet, Windor. DEATHS, On Wednesday, the 5th instant, at her parents residence, Buotingham and Bedford Btreets, Strawb...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOBY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

TOBY. On the morning when the blaok police unexpectedly arrived at the station en the Murray, Toby, the new hat-beeper of the Dry Swamp Station, was sitting be fore bis hut, and, for want of tebacoo, was sulkily chew ing a twig which he bad broken oS a bash in the neighbourhood. The shepherd had just gone off with bis Sock, and the place was left to the eare of this discontented individual. 'Hera;' he murmuro5 at last, with an oath— ,' here lam, in this aocursed neEt, dying of weariuess, Hut keeper, with twenty pounds per annum— a good interest for the hundred set opon my head, Not a pipe of tobacco, and with the prospect of being shrivelled up in this dry life and plaoe, like a mush room. If it were not to rest my sore feet and ray weary limbs, I should play tie very devil in watching their ehetp, and spoil tbe wild dogs' sport, Queer oountry, this ; the world turned upBide down ; where tbey make a regular bushranger a hut-keeper, tbe fax a guardian, and after all leave him DOthing...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY,—DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

DIABY.— Deoembeb 17. eujtail Ho« Mool m& W'Uh a.m. ! h.m, I h.m. I - k.rn, I hm 1 h.m, 4.45 i 1.1 I 5 35p.m. |3.16am ( 6.51 | 7.14 Dec —Full Moon— 19th 9k. 54.8m; a.m. FBIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1869.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH. SHK TBISOHEB, M'Danald's arrest produced dismay and conmsion in Mr. Powell's quiet family circle. If an apparition bad appeared before them out of the ground, they could not have been more frightened tban they were at the discovery of tbe real ebaraoter of that man who had gained a plaoe in all their affections. Sarah's fainting fit drew tbe attention ef the family to wards her ; and M'Deaald nimself, on seeing tbe posr girl fall to the gronad, made bb nnconsciODS movement, ?s if anxious to hasten to her assistance ; bnt he quickly collected himself, let his arms fall, and said to Walker, in a lew voice— 'Take me sway!' This, however, was easier 6aid than done; and Walker alarmed by Sarah's last words, scarcely knew how to act : be was sorely puzzled what to do with the prisoner. While standnig irresolute, Mr. Bale, who had been a frightened spectator of this scene, walked op to him, and, laying, bis broad hand apon his shoulder, said to him. in an ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

At the nomination for West Maitland on Wednesday last, Mr. Dodds, who has sinoe proved to be the euooessfnl candidate, is reported to have expressed himself thus: ' He should not be fettered or tied down to the support of any Ministry. He should not put himself under the leadership of any party until he had an opportunity of judging of their measures, whioh he should weigh well ; and he should then vote aocording to tho beet of hie judgment.' At this time of feverish exoitement, when differenoe of opinion is too oiten allowed to engender personal antagonism, it is refreshing to find a gentleman who has already been five years in Parliament ooming to the oonalusion that no party should be adopted in blind credulity, nor any condemned without a fair trial. A little more consideration of this kind would prevent the heartburnings and bitterness which have been so lamentably prevalent during the Iaet few weeks, For instance, when it is asserted that the present Ministry have a design aga...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

BUGGIES, FOB SALE 01 HIRE— the cheapest and best variety in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite Sohool of Arts, 282, Pitt-street. FLYING SQUADRON.— Very Prime NEW POTATOES, in any quantity, 4b per cwt, PRITCHABD'* Stores, King-street, and Branch Shop, Lower George- street. TO ShipsmiUis, Shipobandlers, Black Smiths, end others.- Ironwork of every deicrip* tioa lvanized, at English prioee, bj S, ZOLLNEB, Bydnea Galvanising Works, 84, Ycrric-street, and Diion-Elreet West, PHILLIP H'CAKROLL, I pitt-street. , 1 Ib thcte a aiore degraded wretch, | Eioepting not debased Jock Ketch, Than he who darkly does defame, And like a villain hides his name— Afraid, ashamed, it known should be, That he had done snob, villainy t There ia a wietoh, unknown by name, A ' eon of 8atan'orof Gain, If we could drag him from the dark, Would chew at once his father's muk, The oloven foot or bloody hand Of beast or fiend would bear the brand, A perfeet image ef his eire, A blaze from hell with red hot fire ! This monst...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Collision at Sydney Heads. TOTAL WRECK OF THE PRINCE PATRICK SCHOONER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Collision at Syduey Heads. TOTAL WBKOK. OP THE PBINOB PATEIOK SCHOONER, TLIa morning at about 3 o'olock, the eohooner Prince Patrick and brig Drover were proceeding oat through Sydney Head?, both vesBth being bennd te Netroastte, The Prince Patrick received euoh injuries by oollision with the brig Drover ae to render her quite unmanageable, sed the drifted on to the North hud, and bcoame s tofrl week, The first mbmatieBoi the dieaetet was made known by the fallowing telegram from the Station Master, dated tiouth Head, December 17, 9 ».m.:— 'Early this morning, the tohooner Prinot Patriot in working ont, bound to Newcastle, came in eollieion with the brig Drover. ,The Piinoe Patrick went on ehere on North Head, and is a total wreck. Two of the crew got on hoard the Drover, and three vent away in the boat ef the Bohoaner. Don't know what became of them. Two men, enf posed to be the Captain and ook remained on board the vessel, and are thought to bs drowned. Pilot Gibson haa been to th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

TO THE ELECTORS OF CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. Gentlemen, — At the request of a large number of inflsential Electors. I beg to declare myself a Candidate for your suffrages. On my recent defeat for West Sydney, I had resolved to contest no other eleotorate; but my friends are anxious that I ehould be ogain in Parliament, and I defer te the expression of their desire, and aooept your invitation. , I shall vieit every part of tho eleotorate and give you abundant opportunities of ascertaining my views. I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, WILLIAM ROBERT CAMPBELL. Campbell's Wharf, 18th December, 1869. ELECTORS OF CANTERBUBY Vote for Mr. WILLIAM BENSON. riESIBAI CUMBERLAND. Mr. JAME3 JONES will MEET the Eleotors as follows:— THURSDAY, December ^Liverpool FRIDAY, December 17, Smithfield SATURDAY, Deoomber 18, Bankstown MONDAY, December 20, Baulkham Hills TUESDAY, December 21, Pennant Hills. EIGHT HOUR MOVEMENT AND THE NEW PARLIAMENT. Working Men, support those candidates only who will introduce or...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I _ . . Urana. Ttewday Erenuiar. /cm -easiness at #» Lands GtfEce was quiet and ! ordenljr throughout tbe day. Two hundred and five applications werttea-! dertd,iufio severaVsases more than oneapplioa- , tioaw«« tendered for tlie same hlock; this diffi- I culty trill ba dealt witk by ballot to-morrow. i ihe eni&itoTt, txe diaoantented, sod consider tfan, thing autfxirly earned oat; •Daniliquin, Thursday. A great number of petsons attended the Lands office bete to-d»y, »"d about 14,000 ecres on tie Yanko Eoaerre were.selecttd. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

^ THEplW VABEUMEm r| MEMBERS ELECTED, ' Muctoraut, Hcotut of Memberti Newcaetle ? fO. A. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Parkas ? Sir James Merlin —....?-?.??? ? D. Boohanan ? tG: Eng Paddington ? „... *Hon. J. Sutherland -3arenee ? »T. Bawden Weet Sydney ? J. Wearne ? „ ? *Hon. J. Robertson ? W, 0. Windejer ? tW. Speer Northnmberlaad ? *Dr. Brookes Hunnmbidgee ? ;. »W. Mmoleay Newtown ? *S. C Brown Glebe ? fG.W. Allen Argyle ? »E. Barter Gonlbnrn ? *AL Alexander The Nepean ? J. % Eyrn Mama ? H. Parked Illawatra ? *J. Osbome Wollombi ? »J. Eokfoid Camden ? fA.Onslow ? *J. Morrioe Shealhaven ? ? *l,Gar»tt Eden ? ,' ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? »M,W.K«lIy Orange ? *Hon. S, Samuel Balranald ? »J. J, PhelpB Ths Hunter ? »J. Dillon West Macquarie ? E. Webb Patterson ? fW. It Arnold Eejt Maitland ? »Alfx. Dodds The Upper Hunter ? *A. Bell Mudgae ? «M.H. Stephen Those marked with a star (*) are Ministerial'^ tNeuted.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

To Vie Editor 0/ the Evadnq News. Sir, — I perc3ive by a letter in your issue of yester day (Thursday ), signed ' Franois Lord,' that he asserts that ' two er threa of my sons are in Government employ,' &t. This statement is not truo, and there fore all that is eought to be - stablished bj it falls to the grsund. I, however, hive one esn in the Govern ment eervice— in the Megraph department— who, after some months' probation, at a salary of, i believe, ten shillings a month, received a formal oppointmmt on the 12th Ko\ember, 1863. 1 was elected a member of the Assembly on the 11th December, 1861. There fore, my influence as a member of the Assembly could have had nothing whatever to do with my son's appointment, which took place some thirteen months previously. The facts, as stated by me, are on record, and are, or ought to be, in the possession of Mr. Lord in his public capacity. I now call on Mr. Lord to retract his slander p'c-rpetrated againEt me, in the samo public mann...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. fel [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Sfupping* AEBTVALS —December 16, Lien, barque, 280 tons, Iiowata, from liokianga 5th isetsni Passengers— Slies Webster, Mies Grogan. A. T. Webster, egent. IllaloBg, steamer, 300 tone, Neaaey, from Clyde Biver. Passengere— Mim Smith, Kiss Aotron, Mies Bogere, Kiss Mitchell, Messrs, Brown and M'Crea, and 10 in the steerage. LS N. Co., agents. DEPASTURES.— Dewmtei 16, E&crateia, brig, for Adelaide, DsudeMorg, steamer, for Melbourne. Kovelty, barque, for Auckland. December 17. Isiaid City, barque, for Auckland, via Newcastle. NoTelty, barque, for Aucklard. CLEABANOES.-.Deoemba 16. leland Ci.ty, barque, 421 kins, Oalder, for Auckland, via Newcastle-, in ballcst Tt&veller. eohooner, 117 tons, Wer-nham, Tor M&rybcroBgh. The etesrsebip Eagle ias been pnrchased by Meters. Onreier, Hawks, red Co. The prio has cot rsnepited. The 6te£-aer Florence Irving, from Brisbane, prised Port Macquarie en Thursday, at 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

PABRAMTTA AND BIVEB STEAMERS, At about Half the Railway Bites. FromEing-Btreet-7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 5. From Fammatta-6.50, 7-80, 9, 11, 1, S, S. Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladenvile, Nee Point Byde, Hewinrton, Ermingtoc, 8abiao3, OhildreH— Saloon return, 6d only. jA| TT B. N. 8. N. 0 0 §a^5J!agg«l SYDNEY TO TH5 HUNTXB, THIS FRIDAY NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPETH. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. On MONDAY MORNING, at 10, the MOBPETH r. J. XHOMAB, Ktntpr, Offices, foet«fiMwk«tHrtrtat. ^*i3k HHHB AOSTfeALAialAM Qgl^l^J. BTBAM NAVIGATION COM agM-Sij2^|gpA1Ty'B STEAMSHIPS ? TO HUNTER RT7EB. OOONANBABA, To-Morrop Night, Saturday, at 11 TO MELBOURNE. WONGA WONGA, Tuesday Afternoon, at 4.80. F«m— Oabin, £3; return, £5 10b ; Saloon, -6; ntnnt, £10; Storage £1 10s. ? . TO AUCKLAND. GITYOFMF.LBOOBNE, Friday, 24th inst., at 5 p.n Taking Passengers and Cargo for all the Port) in th« Northern Island. TO BBISBANE. FLOHENOE IRVING, To-Morrow Afternoon, Satu* day, at 2.80. TO MAEYBOEOUGH. BLA0E SWAN, 48 hours after arriv...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Tnz Fltiks Squadboh — It is rumoured that Mtssrs. Cowlisdaw Brothers have obtained the contract for victualling the Flying Squadron. Vthletio f poets at Botahy, — Pedestrians and ethers are reminded that the general entries for the various treats fixed to come eff on the day ct the balloon ;-.ecent (Boxing Day) at the Sir Joseph Bank's J'otel, Bobry, will be taken to-morrow evening, at Wr.ngcEheim's cafe, King-street. SIceical,— Herr Carl Schmitt, Mrs. W. J. Cordner, Sir. H Strickland, and Miss Wiseman leave tewn per steatanr this evening with the purpose of giving a ss.ie3 of concerts in the Hunter Eivoi districts. They wil! le joined st Newcastle by Herr Bekktr, and the Hr.:i of. the series will be held in that city on Monday evening, Looking to the reputation of ail Iheea Jttiete, it may be eafe to infer ttat the concert's will prove exceedingly attractive. To-MOEEOW AfIEEKOOS AT TEE AlBBBT GROUND — Doubtless ssost ef our readers heard or read of the great walking match between B...

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Commercial Friday, 4 pm. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Commercial* Friday, 4 pm. The i-esului ^f«tly we' Eales were held, yesterday, at r.he Chamber of Comm'?ce. There was a vary good attendance, and eosie valuable lots were quitted Mosbse. Jlort end Co, did not submit a cahlogpc, intinJi'jg in future tc sell at their own stores. With reiereaoe to their last Tuesday's salts, there ooourred in cur rojort an obviouB typographical error. For 210 balee catalogued it fhould' have been 2100. TheiTanEaoKcneto-day were conned to actual trade reqoir:mecte, at f cr candles, lOJd j Lulk ale, £7 7b 6d per hogshead; bottled 9b pr dozen. Spirits ;hnve si :-c bsen dealt in ee follows .- Geneva, 11s 3d per cue ; rum, 30 o.p . 4s 4d and 4s 3d per gallon ; Irish whisky is srorth 5s 9d, being rather scarce. Borne ext:n sirs cidore for the Royal Squadron are being fulfilled. Tcbnc«e^, cf fa7ourite brands, are saleable at Is 7d per lb. ; importers are firm at this quotation. The im provement in teas hae been fully unstained by trade transactions. Holders ar...

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THE WOLLOMBI ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

THE WOLLOMBI ELECTION. A gentleman in town who received a telegram from the Wollombi on Tuesday meming, gives the Maitlend Mercury the following as the result of fee election for that oonstiluanoy : — Eckford ? 414 Scott ? 8S0 Majority for Eektori ? 81 PATERSON ELE0TI0N.-RE8DLT OF THE POLL. (From the Mailland Mercury.) Paterson. Gresfori. E jleston. Tcfnl. Arnold ? 141 ... 106 ... 38 ... 285 Brown ? 20 ... 63 ... 5 ... 88 Townehend. 0 ... 1 ... 1 ... 2 Majority in favour of Mr. Arnold, 197. The greatest excitement has prevailed throughout the day, both at Pa'crson and GreEford. Palereon, Wednesday, 9 p.m.

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