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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

' TjKGISL.VTIVK ASSKMIILY— Thursday. ?In answer, to a ouont'on of Mr. I'looil, whether a Board nf- hnquiry lifld hcoa appointed in nccordnnee with tho promiftc o( tho head of tlie Government ( pre vious to the present s.-ssio \) In reject to tho conduct and maunRCmcnr, of ihc Treasury department. Mr. Parker stated that tho info mat'on which hnd hcen iu* iiuuiu no mm on tne tauie to-in -rrow (tint dnv.) In answor to n question from Mr. Arnold in respect to tlio flti'am-di'edfro, Mr, Don ddson Hinted that there had hcrin no sun-onder of the dredge from the pnhlio sci vieo ; that it vrns hoinp put in more efTccLivo condition, and that when it had performed i-s requisite duties ?i tho Iluntor Uivcr it would return to »hu harbour of fort Jackson. It wou d ' o available for any public rrquire inont. At tho xanio time lie thought it hijjhlv dedr | able tbnfc a dredge for tho use of the Hunter Itivcr only | should ho constructed. The County Courtn Hill, which wan portioned in the e.irly por...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

TOTAL KCLIPKIi OF THE SUN. We extract tho following letter from tho S'/thinj Murniny Ih-rahl : — 'Sin,— In answer to 'Observer's' inquiries, I beg to state hat tho forthcoming cclipso takes place .nut on thu 20th, hut ' tho 20th mutant. It will he total to iho inhabitants of Sydney and the immediate neigh bourhood—a phenomenon which not otic in ten thousund has . evor witnessed in a lifetime, such au event iiiot having - occurred in London for more than seven hundred years. From a rough calculation,.! send a fow of, the particulars, trusting that some one with inoro leisure will make a more cor rect calculation and send you iho.iesults. Tim eclipse commences about twelve minutes before sunrise to the inhabitants of Sydney, on. tho morning of. the 2(Jth. When the sun rises about ton minutes past t'». there will be about one- fourth part of the upper part of the sun's discovered by. the moon ; butM.hcre will ho no very perceptible diminution of the light of the sun till about twenty m...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

Thursday, March. 12. Tho court opened at 10 o'clock. Mr. Pring said with bis Honor's permission he would go through the calender. W illuitn Smith nnd John White committed at Armidale for stealing money, were discharged by the consent of t'»e crown from that commitment, in consequence of the wit nesses not aymeariuic attain i them. William Clay convicted of assaulting the police, was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonun nt in DarlinghurKt gonl. Siimuet Ifmilks, a ('Iminni.m, convicted of Htabhing William Wood*, was sentenced to livu years on the roads Willi hard labour George Fcrrtri Tuwnuml, alias ihtrqiiis of Twrntend, was plaeed at thtf bar, on i eln.rge of obtaining goods under false pretence?. Mr. Pring con-entcd to his dis charge on that commitment. Thmiv.it IV'rr.T whose trial occurred on Wednesday, was discharged nn his own rccogiiizanccs, to appear ai | the next Circuit G'ou.t. Mr. Dutlcr handed in tlio following memorial from the Jury empannelleil lo t-y t ic ease of the Quee...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE AFFAIRS OF THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. I TIIE AFFAIItS OF THIS KM VI 11 K. Tho proprintor of a public Journal stand* in an unen ?viablepOMtion, in comparison with most other perHOiis, when anytnitiforiune ovotiaku.s him in bin private nflairs. Thus; I suddenly found myfit-lfV hist Thursday morning, 'compelled to lay Imrctothe world a ntato-of oircum htances whicli, hud it happened to a merchant, n nionu faeturor, or a naHtoral proprietor, not ono of a tliouDand in tho oanio t ommunity would ever have henrd of. It will hardly be Hitppowd ihnt thiH spccios of notoriety irt i morcr plcaHimt lo im: than it i« to other men. I would Tftthor have rftrugRhtl with my private ditlicnlticH apart from the public gnzi\ H't lntlod alike from tho Hymputhy of friends and tlio nuiliee of o]-ponentH. Put things havo now taken a rourse which leavea mo no choice but to state more fully the nature ;«nd extent of my preHont cmbarrocHiiienlH, the lino of condm-t' I have pnrKued undor their pn.BHiire, and my viewKuB to the ...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. The Court opened at ten o'clock. MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. I - Wkdmksd.av, Maiioii 11. Tho Court opened nt ten o'clock. MANSLAUGHTER. Patrick n Tfihh wn« ;ndicted for thnt he did, on Uio | 1 0th of Octobcr, 1850, at Wivlhuigra, feloniously slay j ono Thonms Reynolds. j Mv. T'oucctl c nduetcd the defence ; Mr O'MeagUor, ' attorney. The niansl ughtet orcufred after an altorcntiun about putting sheep into a pen. The dcce»s,jd struck tho pri soner with hw nruteh, nnd the prisoner roturned tho blow with fatal effect. Verdict, not guilty. The prisoner was discharged. ASSAULT. OcoTfjt Stcmi and William Clay were indicted for assaulting .Joseph M'Cully, at Bowninn's Creek, on the 5th of November. The prisoners, who were undefended, atatud that the constables who had them iu custody at the time the assault was committed, had Ill-used them, &c. . The eoiiBtablrS had tired at Clay, and wounded him during the Houfllc ; and on that ground, the jury, who found him guilty, recominouded liitn to moroy. A ver dict of not gn.l...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

IMiPOlTNDINGS. I At Muswelbrook, on the 28th dayof Kehtnary. M?.r»7 : Hay mare, hollow back, WO near side under saddle, (i I under 102 off side under saddle; brown gelding, star iu I forehead, DP near shoulder, TH over ?— 7 near thigh. I Also, on tho 2nd day of March whito working bullock, . off ear marked, JJ near shoulder ; red working bullock, 1 off earmarked, WM off rump, T under; rod snail horned i working bullock, ears marked, JO near lunip, 22 near j shoulder ; brindle and white polry cow, ears marked, NK near rump and ribs ; brindle ami white poloy heifer 18 months old, uubranded. If not claimed, to be sold ?ou:3rd April prox. iAt Merriwa, on 'tho 5Mth February, 1857, from Coloroy; damages md driving, XI per head: — Roan gelding, SCoff nick, 5 near shou.dcr ; brown gelding, star in forehead, hind' feet -white, SC off nook, 5 no r shoulder ; light bay gelding, white face three feet white, SCoff neck, D near shouhser ; light bay gelding, white face, one white foot, 75 under sa...

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DISTRICT OF DUNGOG AND PORT STEPHENS. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

DISTRICT OF DUKGOG AND PORT STEPHENS. (From the Government (JazotUu) ANNUAL LICKNSINQ MKKTINO. The Justices of tho Penco acting in nnd for tho above district, will hold a Petty Sessions nt Dungotr* on tho ?Jlst of April next, at noon, for tho purpose of consider ing and granting applications for Publicans' General liiceiifOfi. AU ppp'ications must be lodged with tho undersigned on or before tlio 31st instant; ' Owes C. HKAtiDMotiK. Clerk of Petty Sessions. Police Office, Dungog, 'Hh March, 1857.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

Rules and Regulations foil thi: Manaoement of ! the Maitland Hospital. /I. -Tito object of thiR'institution shall he to relieve the sick- of Maitland and the-surrouudiug district. manaokmf.nt. 2. The affairs of the 'institution fthall be' under -the management of a president, a treasurer, a-secretary, aud a general ana an acung- committee. '6. .The general committee shull consist of all clergy men subscribing to tlie hospital, the medical gentlemen attached to the institution ez officio, and of fifty-two members choscn from umongst the qualified subscri- 1 here. S t* HSCIUBfJ R S. 4. That all annual -subscribers of ouc-pound paid up be entitled to vote at all genoral meetings of subscribers, and to recommend one patient each quarter, and annual subscribers of two pounds to be entitled to recommend two patients each quarter, and that annual subscribers of and upwards be entitled to recommend three pa tients each quarter. 5. A donor of £'10 (ten pounds) shall become a life member of t...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE FUTURE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

RULES AND REGULATIONS for rut: FUTURE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAITLAND HOS PITAL. Tho Committee appointed for the purpose (at the last annual meeting) having at a series of their meetings pre pared the' following Code of Rules arid Regulations for the future management of the Maitland Hospital they direct the publication of the same for the information of the subscribers and the pub ic generally previous to their being submitted for-adoption by a special general meet ingof subscribers which has been appointed to take place at the Committee Rooms ou the 20th instant. Luke Kingsmill, Secietury. Maitland Hospital, (ith iMarch, 1857.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

.COMMERCIAL AWD MARKETS. SYDNEY. ( .'1 bridged from the Sydney papers ? ) .PRODUCE CIRGULiVR. 'Wool. — Midium. qualities constitute the bulk of this week's suppl/, nnd it isobservable that thoae tlescrjp c liotis aro still nought with lean favour than tho superior classes, ftltlnu^h late rates are g.-nerally obt iitutl) o. Two or thr.*e choice parccla havo bueti disposed of At .high figures, and we harts tu report a fair average quan tity in thc-ag^rcgatc, .w.th a prospoct of full oiicoutagc . ment to grow*™. SUERPSftitf 3. — The few lots coming forworJ being met by a sharp competition, cximvng mt pric.-s were in many, cases paid h/ thu t'olluionger.? tu meet their immediate requirements. Tallow. — - alteration noticeable under thU head ; .prices are uo.ninally the same a* for several wcoks. past, .with a miserably poor and limited supply. Hide*. — Really good lots, auitable fur shipment, con tinue to find very roady purchiscrs at full prico*, quite . up to our oxtrcme quotations ; ...

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WHALING IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

'WHALIMG IN THU AR'JTIJ REGIONS.' The whaling barque Truelove, Wells, has TCdontly arrived at Hull, alter an abjcnco of eight months and four day® : and from an interesting narrative of her voyage* given by the Tlnll Adver tiser, we copy the following passage ' Arriving at the noted Bay of Melville on tho 1st of Juno, sho aightid the curious piece of land called the Devil's Tiiuuib on the following day ; and on Tuesday, the 10th, 9he set every stitch of sail, still pressed onward, entering the abovenamed notorious bay, which is commonly called by the crews of tlie whalers, 'Doctors' Shop,' or ?' Break-up Yard.' On the 11th, the oxtrenie end ?of the ice, and (he sea, named the North Water, ?were very visible. Only one narrow nock of ice still sufficiently open to allow tho ships to pass, through lay before them ; and only through that neck, and all their fears would be thrown to Un winds. 'It was, says Captain Wells, unnecessary to observe that all the ships, which were at this time ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

In tho Supreme Court of New South Wales. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In tho Will of John Campbell, Late ol Clarence Town, in the County of IVtrh mii, in the Culony of New South Walos, Farmer, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that MARTHA KIRK. LAND CAMPHKLL, tho Widow of the above named John Campbell, deceased, intends at the cxpir ition of fourteen days from this notice, to applv to this honourable Court in'its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, for letters of adininiuistration, with the will annexed of the above-nauiod John Campbell deceasetl. Dated at Maitland, this 16th day of March, 1S57. JOSEPH CHAMBERS, Proctor for tho above named Martha Kirkland Campbell ? Hoi Meeting in favour of tho ' Empire.' A PUBLIC MEETING of tbe Inhabitants of East and West Maitland and Morpeth will beheld at the Rose Inn, West Maitland, THIS EVENING (Wed nesday) the 18th instant, at linlf-past Seven p.m., for the purpose of RAISING FUNDS to assist in PAYING OFF ihe Liabilities uf the Empire N ewspapcr. 1*4...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COUNTRY PRODUCE ARRIVING COASTWISE IN SYDNEY DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

WHOLESALE IMllUKVOF COUNTRY IMtODUCE AUntVINO COuSTWrSE IN SYDNEY DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. 8. d. £ a. (1. Woo!, f.iir to best, per lb 0 1 3 to 0 2 0 ! Tallow, beef, p'r ton .. .. -10 0 O ..48 0 0 | Ditto, mutton, ditto ? 48 0 0 .. 4!) 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. .. 40 0 0 .. 42 0 0 Sheepskins, pur lb .. 0 0 8,, 0 0 10 Hides, each ? 1 0 0 .. 1 1 0 Barley, English, per bushdl . . 0 5 3 .. 0 5 G Ditto, Capo, ditto .. 0 4 (1 „ 0 4 10 Wheat, ditto ? 0 fi 0 .. 0 C 0 Mnizo, ditto ? 0 7 0 .. 0 7 6 Bran, ditto ? ,, 0- 1 fi 0 i 6 Hay, oaten, por ton .. .. 5 10 0 000^ Ditto, lucerno, ditto .. . . 4 0 0.. 4 5 0 Potatoes, ditto ? 6 10 0.. (100 Onions, ditto .. .. .. 10 0 0 .. 14 0 0 I'acon, per lb . . .. 0 0 8 .. 0 0 0 Cheese, ditto ? 0 0 4 .. 0 0 0 Butter, ditto ? 0 0 9 .. 0 1 0 Eczh, per dozen .. . . 0 2 0 .. 0 0 0 Fowls, per couple .. ; . 0 4 0.. 0 0 0 Ducks, ditto ... .. 0 4 O .. 0 5 0 Gee^e, ditto ? 0 12 0 .. 0 15 0 Turkeys, ditto .. . . 012 0 .. 10 0 Sheep, each ? 0 12 0 .. 0 1G 0 Calves,...

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THE COMING ECLIPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

THE coming ECLIPSE. I We oxtract tho following Mprrstifig correspondence from tho S. M. Herald, Sir 1 he calculations of tin* coming oclipsc which hare already appeared in your papor, nro sufficiently accurate for all ordinary purposes, mid diffor but little from tho following rtsnfts calculated for the larifu.Ic andiongi* tude of Fort Macquarie : — Eclipse begins ? ? ~. ? a' 5^' 12* Total eclipso beginrtlug ? 0 51 19 1 „ ends:-- ? ? 0 62 51 Eclipse ends ? ? 7 ,13 49 The nnn rises with its nppcr pmtion rdipsed.and will not ho visible until about 8 m!uutc: after (\ o'clock, at which time tho breadth of tho part obscuroJ will equal about ono-flfth of the whole diameter. When tho eclipse is more nnnrly reutr.il, the dis tance betwoen.tho sun and moon will he 2'i second* ; consequently, a-J tho moon's nppaicnt snniidinmeter ex ceeds that ofthf* sun by 30 h eomK the moon will extend beyond tho Hun's edge l.y distance* var\ing from 11 to 51 sen nds. During the total eclipse tho planet Mer...

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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

COtfJfTY C'OCKTK. \\ K (eldorn have to accvf.e our I egi dialers ftfen dearr/nrTng to do too tnuih for tbe louritrv, hut in this matter -of Cowity Com t*. we fear they are* in clmt--3 to give ua rather more lavr than the country can healthfully roi.smne. County Court should be leader of the Court of Keqwst team, which would then quickly draw their light coach from stage to stags without much labour, doin;; tlie work at small cost and spruading its useful results far and wide ; but if County Court be harnessed with jnnnrnerable checks and curls to the Supreme Court van, with its heavy trappings arid worittroug load of forma and precedents, Jt will be unfitted for the rough woik of the up-conntry districts — and a' though the machine may be dragged oceseionaJly lieyond the rangea to l/« looked at by the people, it will fail in being uieful or p«j-ular among tliern. Tlie County Court should lie an extension of the Court of P.eqo«?,ts, not of tlie Supreme Court. The first and rnott seri...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. (Abridged from the Sydney Papers.) Fatal Accident. — Mr. Newton, Chief bnginoer of More'a Dry Dock, whilst superintending tho engine, on Saturday, came in c nUct with some of the machinery, and unfortunately had one of his arms torn oti* and his body much lacerated. Ho was immediately taken on hoard a Htcuner and brought to Sydney, but, wo regret to add, did while being carried to the hospital. — Herald. Man Djiow.hed. — On Saturday night, about twelve o'clock, a seaman named Joneph M4 Donald, who belonged to tho ship 'Walter Hood, while proceeding along tho Circular Quay towards the vessel, missed his footing and fell into the water, a rope was immediately threwn to him, but he appeared to be helpless, making no ollbrt to catch hold of it, and immediately sunk. Tho body was reco vered about half-an-bour afterwans, but life was cxtinct Another seaman belonging to tho same vessel who was walking at some distance behind, informs us that de ceased was quite sober, ...

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THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

It II K It A 1 1, WAY. AMOKO all the- imjiroveinenta of mo-lem days we know nothing more beneficial or important to tho development of commercial relations, or the general advancement of civilisation, than tlio establishment of a rapid meant) of inter-communication. The -intelligence nnd -refinement which, in the ab-tence of railway and other modes of spec-dy transit, are more or less confined to the metropolis, — are by- those means speedily diffused throughout the ent'ie population of a country. The celerity of transmission by mil provokes errterpriste, which extends to tl-o various Temotc districts ; and genius and talent hitherto buried in obscurity find by the- influx of population, a new field for their enterprizc, while the general diffusion of intelligence through the various journals now so widely circulated, lends to the improvement, and the social advancement of the rural population, f) vents occurring- in the ims'or.il provinces here toforo only -exciting a local interes...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [lie do not identify otirst-lvi.i with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of Me Northern Timf.s, Sir, — Your having written on Mr. Binrlcn'* case in a foarleKrt, independent Htylo, induces mo to hopo you will watch his caso -until the change rccomincmloil by the Bench at Mnitinn \ takes place. I have been informed that the polict magistrate, Mr. Ht'leiins Scott, has sent him certain dpjumcnts which hnul to the supposition thut before long ttnrc will be Auotuer case for (he Mait i la-nl Ui-nch. I will try and remember their purport, for public edi 1 fication. ? No. 1. — You will go to morrow morning to Kllalongr, Gtcnnie, the £3 rook, &c., &c., and give notice to pjoplcnr)ttoRho(-ton Sundays, and put up noticcs; I and next Sunday you wi 1 go ag.iiu to tho-e I places, and apptehend per^o iB for shotting ; re | port the names of thosy warned. 17th Feb. No. *1. — I require the booi.s uf your otfice. 23rd l'eb. j No. 3. —...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

PARLIAMENTARY IN I'ELLIGKNCK. I. K G I S% ATI'VK ASS'EM J'- L Y . f A Uid'jrd from 'Hydiutj 'J'op'.rt.} Vnwir, Mauch HI. 1207. | The fi^eakrr toolc tiit chtir at twtntj-five minutt* j pail 3 o'idock. ' | J-iKUAME/STAEr/ AOCOMMOIJATIOS. . Mr CowpeT br'/ o^ht up ?. r'.-p-.rt [rttm a a-lect com- 1 rrilt-e rccornmijudin^ Li , rx ;i*-ri ') i of £14-10 npori ctrtain fcruildin^i required to -tiord J»*opr:r uccomodaiion for the IrjrUlatnre. 'J'hi: report k-ui ?.dop^d au*l order d to l-e printed. On tl.» reolion that It l--) -ub i.itted Ui the I-rgisUtive Council (nr it^ concur. enre, a lor.^ and d uofdcrly de-' f.iit *r-.Fc an t; the a/ivi'ahillty of Incurring further ex i [-ei.se on the p'ei i en, conii'lrrin^ the temporary [ character of the building ; on the't-.-rininalion --f which, the house diiided, with the following result: — Ayes, 19. Noo.fi, r-B-AssKUBLiRo or PAKLUUKXT. .Mr. C.'-»*per rOie t/j efifjuirc wtietlier -tlie govemrnerit was prepire/l t/i mtc v/lnn tl.e I'ltrliamcnt woul...

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NICARAGUA. REPORTED SUCCESS OF WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 March 1857

NIC \RAGUA. REPORTED SUCCESS OF WALKKn. We nro indebted to a Melbourne contemporary for the following : — Tho news from Nioaragtn is highly important. Ge neral W.lkcr has beon eaecessful in a eeri es of battles with the Central American. Oo the 1 0 1 h Novomber, General Horn* by, with 2U0 men, drfoatel 1100 of the enemy, under the O st i Rem Gounral Csnas. The enemy lost 200, whilu Hornsby had ouly 2 killed, and 1 1 wounded. F mr dnyi fighting at Mwaya ended in the entiro de fc-ar of tbe enemy. G neral Walker had returned to Qrinada, and after giving three days notice uf his intei.ti -n lo allow time l.r the rum oval 0f valuables, fired tuo placo, not loiving a VfHtage of it. The inhabitants of G.-anad* had removed to Hivis with nil thoir elfjct', which will horoaltor be the capital of Xio iraiua. A nam bsrtln had taken pl.ico between the Nicimennn Wiir nohnoiitr Granadu, Captiiu Put son, and a Co.'ti Uicui brig of war three times tho size of tbo Granada. The Cns'a Ricati vessel was...

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