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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALESIT." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1851. THE OPENING SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

THE UTHUBST BEE PUBS. ? AND MIXING- J0OBSAI-. ? ? '''^OTeIdAY. OCTOBER 22. l'8£l. . TUB OPENING SPEECH. ? Us FxcellencyV opening address, tee are | til ,?o Jerc Jve. contains something more Sh?i«ipWities »nd meaningless com S&Zev Proceeds to the announce^ of the olorioua 'fact of our age ami «««..- m 'hat an exienfiw and productive gold lifSSI Su h an announcement from the highest authority in our land, when copied by the newspaper press of civilized Europe, and the Western world will plead more power fully for our calumniated country than^lhe combined eloquence of pen nndtongue of the most gifted of the sons of genius. ? Trie increased pay of our constabulary force. is referred to in the fourth paragraph* us one of the necessities arising out of the state of thing* produced by our Gold Dis coverv. Upon this point there can be no second opinion, but the management oi ine financial department of the police in this and the neighbouring distri-ts.- is a subject upon which the g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

Notic8. THE HEV. JAMES ,COUrTS, Minister of the .'Church of Scotland, of Parramatta, will hold Divine Service at tho Junction. Ophir, at Eleven o'clock of the forenoon of Sunday next, the 26th instant, and at Three o'clock in, the afternoan. £3 Howard. ( TOST, a Bay Horse, branded B on near shoulder, and SN' under the saddle/ small star on forehead, short tail ; supposed to be on tho Sydney road. - ^The above Reward will be paid on delivery of the said horse at the Stores of BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., Durham-street, . Bathurst. October 21st, 1351. - rpHIS day received, and ON SALE by the under Ir . .signed : — Best Pilot Biscuit in any quantity. ? - ALSO, * ' Bottlnl Ale and Porter Se'conds IHonr in 50 and 100 Ib. bagt ... , . , Ironmongery and Tinware, assorted for use of 1 ' ''Miners. , ? ' BYRNES, WISE! AND CO.. ' Durham-street, Bathurst. October 2 1st, 1851. Cradles and Pumps. IT i3 acknowledged that the Crudl?s made at the Establishment of the undersigned are the best working patte...

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The Diggings. TARSHISH.—ABERCROMBIE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

She ^Stagings. TARSHISH.— TVBBRCROMBIE x DIGGINGS, ? On the Coperbania Creek, which ran* into the Abercrombie River at the- Sound in? Rock/' there are 90 persons digging They commenced at about 3 miles a.bove Lu. y:.,..«.inn with the river, »nd extended imrfeVup the or.* ; but lb..Urg»t num ber are under ' Paddy's Pinnacle. Here thev h»vs been making from 1 to 3o«.,.aud. e«n5o0oce..adayinonec..e.lwa.a. aured. had been found. . The creek I. no* in first-rate working oraVr 'but before orxl month the w£r 'I be too low, «heu the men will, most pro people at work .on the river below the ing Rock) which 13 the favourite -place 'on the river. One peity I ere have made as much as seven ounces in the dav'! All here are making rich earnings. There appears to be an inclination to go lower down the river during the last few days. .Several parlies are digging three milea below this Doint. The gold in the creek is coarse, nuggets, above a quarter of an ounce 'have been found that I know of. j \ O...

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THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

TiiETURON. Public Meeting.— On Friday evenioja public meeting was held at SoWa, «. Mr. Burton^ splendid circus tent/ for the par pose of advocVitia? Mr. B. 1L Hargraves ni.V,ms noon the public, as the diseoverer of he v^ts:M field of tnecQiony. 'v~-'' 3f 1000 'miners a' tented. Mr. E. W. K. was calUd to ta'cc the chaii-. when two re 3olution9 were proposed and passed unani mouU-one declaratory of Mr. Hargraves dWcrredne,s t.» a liberal and ^uistantial ostimonial. an 1 another the meet! no , , c operatioa with the Sydney and Bithur-t Commiitep. ' The Chiir.nan addressed the .neetiap- and «a* followed by Messrs. Wal keTS D.ie,. Al.honjh the l*rg«t meeting of niuics «*ver Bt.-eml.led in tni«, ,r perhaps nny other colony, me mu*L K ect order and' p-opriety of conduct perwdrd he audience until the business of -the meet. nff was concluded and the t»k:n«? of sui ,cnbW o«nes commenced. wWn a drunken persMn,' calle-t the « Pio M n.if imagioinig ill wm over, commenced' making some ob servatio...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 1851. THE SPEAKER'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

' icafslattbc (Council. Thursday, Octobbu .16th, 1331. ? ? TUB SPEAKER'S ADDRKSS. -Mr. SfBAKKR. and Gentlbmen ov thb Lb ..f. ...c-,«y*v«--«i ''.- «^/-A o-j-neral clpetion, l gJHiiiX von my anxious desire tor co-bperHte willrVou in pvcry.way calculated to promote the best interests of the Colony, ami with .the same cordiality wh'ch happily characterized my official intercourse with your predecessors. I regret that the nrces'my measures for the settlement pf the Electoral Divi sions of the Colony, and the preparation of the Electoral Lists according to the extended franchise created by the new Constitution Act have preyen «n»i uniipTnon-tnn- at an earlier' nbriod of the year. ind one more convenient theietore,— especwuy to ihose Members of your body whose interests are connected with thoagricultural anil pastoral pur suitsof the Colony. I think under these circum stances I slnll be'sfc consult your general conve nience by'confining 'the measures to bejutroduced by the Cjovernment in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

Established 1846. T AVERS AND CO.'S CORDIALS and XJ -LIQUECJR3, Stdney. Noyeau. Ginger wine ?Norfolk' punch Aniseed , . Chdrry brandy Elder wine Brandy bitters Peppermint cordial' .Gin biUors Clove ditto Rich rum shrub Lemon syrup may 'be -obtained of the undersigned, or .of any Wine arid Spirit merchant, ; , \ 3.V. LAVERS AND CO. Sydney, August 15.. , Notice. ri^IIESaleof Furniture. Cattle, Shpep;and Horses-, JL advertised to take place on the 20th instant/at the residence of T- H. Hood .Esq., Bpreo Cabonne, is unavoidably postponed until Thursday the 20th -f November. t J. J. ASHE, Auctioneer. Tlae Satlxurst Stores. ' : ' \v- ' ' R. TOLA'NO, T.0RMBBLT OFBATHtHiST, AND LATE OF.:CARCOAR,_ b HAVING' completed his arrangements ? for tho opening 'of this Store, begs to call the atten tion of his customers to 'the 'list of Goods which, will' be fo.und imderneatli, all of which are of un deniably good quality, and will be found extremely reasonable in price. Horrbcks' longcloth Fine shir...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17TH, 1851. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

?;_ 0ipbemmntt CSa?£ttel FtiiDAT, OcJTOBEa. 17th, 1851. .:. .-; , : ??. ,. impoondinos. -. ? . At Mudgee, on tho (Hh day of October, 1831, from the estate of ,the /dece«sed .AViMiam Lawson, Esq.. of iBumbira :—Otie red bullock, 'branded B on'offhip, 2 phj'near hip, njed; onoblaok bul lock, branded Ml5'\vith MD under off ribs, agsd ; -one red sided buttock, Both cars marked,' branded JM off hip, JM near hip, H near ribs,- 6 years old ; one white and black bullock, snail horns, branded apparently M near hip, illegible brands on near shoulder, arid on near ribs, aged ; one red bullock, branded I\f on ofF hip, IM on off shoulder, W* on ? . .' '?..?? ..,9 , . ??'.'; r---:;\ '??:?'? : \ ?: ? ' near hip. aged ; damages is. eich. If not released , ? they will be spUJ at the Mudgee Pound, on 31st day of Octobsr; agreeable to Act of Council. John riscC/VNB.Poundkseper;. l.la; 6d. ? '??'.'???, ? -.- ?v. At Hartley, on;the loth Way, of October, 1851, from Mr. James Morris,, Mount Clarence :— On...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 22 October 1851

Hocal. . Intdli'sente. . ; Scarcity of Labour. — Labour of every description ia exceedingly scarce in Bath urat 'at' present, hod many employers are, to consequence, suffering great inconvenience. One of bur magistrates informed U3 a few days ago, that for several weeks past he had been carting his own firewood with a bullock te*ii», billeting it for use, an \ mi'k ing the cows, and that, with an extensive establishment, the only mm up jo it was himself. Another, ex pressed His anis'actfon at the pos?essiim of several atwlwart sou;?, whose' bush education under present circum ? stances was of the greatest uglily. One drove the bullock?, another milked ths co as, whilst a third attended to the st-'ihlea. On the occasion' of a visit from a brother of the: cloth a few days a^o, a reverend divijne was found thu npiniy with great vigour at a box log io his shirt sleeve;— an enip'oy ment with which he has latterly b.eeQ un der the nejes^ity of seasoning hi3 mental labours; and from the sa...

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Original Poetry. AUSTRALIAN SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

^Wifsfari J«tt8.' '? * -AUSTRALIAN SONGS. ^ O'\Vith trumpet voice Minerva spota, ^ 1 And #ave a glorious Island birth ; ; Her sons' she made of hearts of oak. ,,,-Her daughters fairest of the earth ; , , n '''.--?;- - -ga^fns, ' Rule Britannia— rule the waves ! r**r. ,-.. ^''Britons never shall be slaves ! ( ?rij:^ '.My scoptro in thy red right hand, - - „, ' ' Britannia great and warlike land ! - , \Ah'il'once again the goddess spoke, !'' 'But not as in the olden time; -^ . n» 'With 'silvery voice she did invoke ? t, ?- ' U*j ?? A.softpr name— a softer clime ; , i^t» ,/.-»» Saying, ' Rise Australia I Rise, and be ^ '!' , ', '~' y '^Ever beautiful and free. ' -' ' '- ''''Thine only arms my olive wand ; J^njc*- -*-\ut Australia, great arid happy land ! Up *.'v- £„-' tM'XIifrtesris^hat o'er Albion ' lIfe.T.^Ya3 held, i8 useless unto thee -, ~'?He.i\ laurels 'wore- in battle won, '\ 'WliHst thou' shalt gain thine poacsfully. 'iOi.n c^i-Ven Rise Austraiia j.&c. oS*.Tliy'sbns'sha...

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II [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

NO. II. i 2 ! When first from out the azure main, KzUt At Heaven's command A ustralia_ sprung, U'rl?o more was heard her savage strain, 1 ?-',. I Bat 'sweetly angels' voices sung, ' ,;, -''''. .V, A|! n'a;i Anstralia ! happy land, a*- ,! -t'''-*irQ{.'Pnt'peaceful happy land; 'pi i -ti «i»ah hail Australia ! happy land, cj :''„?',-- ' .'Ever fair ami free. \, , '?-.. 'Britannia rules !lho Northern world ; - ?s '*'' Australia Ver the Southern Sea; ''- '^HVr spotless aziifo flit? unfurled; ^!T .And gained a bloodless victory. ';'?--' All hail Australia ! &c. _ „. ^?i,MKl,wuilry storms— in cloudy night, ^ ' Britannia— martial isle— arose ; ' Raised in the spring; and day's warm light, tV.;-: Australia triumphs o'er no foes, '!' l All hail'Australia ! &c. ' w\i ' : '?-'- .' , .... itfi The cloudles azure sky above, t-v,- sThoTwaveles3 azure^ea around, . » J S^crcd-to' peace, to joy and love, '„ r''V,Thou art indeed 'enchanted ground. '. .. v ' All hail' Australia, &am...

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The Diggings. TARSHISH—ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

;;? :-^t 33j&jt«gs. -TARSHISIl— ABERCROMBIE. »?cr[-FRQM QOR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] 'Tfiinltirig yon were in possession of no information from, the, Tarshish digging*. I now. forward a few remarks upon matters ~n'hfch have come tiuder ray own observa-, tionj ' The fiver as fallen considerably, and if fipe weather continues the bed in some par^s.: may; soon be worked. Hargraves' foint 1 believe has turned out well, to many for parties oh whom I can rely, have for a considerable lime made two and three ounces ? a day, each cradle. Nurabersarenovvgatherr ?ing-at~Neal 's Point, jyhich . is _close to the hut generally known as Black Bill's, they have,coramenced operations on the clay un derneath where parties had worked the stirface, and by soaking it a short time the miners are pretty, well repaid for their la Vonry: , A.t Morris Point below the Sounding Rocky I believe most of the miners are doing very fairly, at least they say they have no cause to complain, which speaks in favour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

?»«urn ?--::.;.. v.-;; 25ied, . ; .,...????-? »so.-^ On? the - 1 5th 'Instant/ ' at » his ' residence;' Grove' Farin,Mr. Charlf* BQ©0i,.aff«l 08 ycare; xy ?'?????' '? ????-? '-^vBffarried. .-:-.'- ??????? , v, .'?'-?:?' At All Saints' Church. Bathurst, on Thursday iW 23rd day. of October .inst.r by . the Lord Bishop of Sydney, James.- Staling. Homo of Bathurst, Soli- citor*, to Louisa,' youngest daughter of the late Lieut..;Kanbufy Ctehients, R. N., of Summerhill; ''

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Sydney. GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

''' ' ^8*neg. GOIiD i REGULATIONS. (From Monday's government Gazette.) ...::.;.- Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2lst . October, 185 1 . His Excellency .the Go ?vernorr General, with the advice of the Exr ecutiy.e Council, has been pleased to make the following modifications in the pjovir. ?ional Regulations of the.7th instant, hav?. ing. reference: to the draining of ponds or ?watercourses, for the purpose of searching for gold. .....; ' - -.;?'. :l. In lieu of uniformly fixing at forty; the number of persons to be employed on any such undertaking, the Government will, on the report of the local Commis sioner, determine in each case the number o^perBona for whom the working of tha claim .would properly aftord employment..

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

Q1KBBNIN& AND AGRiOUTytjJttAt. MEMORANDA FOR OCT0BER. The GardbH :- Sow cabbage, lettuco, radishes, oarrots, onions. leaks, peas, broad beans, French beans, ana tur htwyplant ? cabbage;' -lettuce, and potatoes.— Tub Field: Iho latter end of .this month .plant potatoes.— Tub Vine: Grafting tho vino to bo practised this month ; thobuda tegin to shoot toward3 the end of this month.

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALESIT." THE VICTORIAN GOLD HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

;TlfE BiTEURST TREE1 PRESS'S j... / -AND: MINING JOURNAT-. '.' ^^ATURDAY^ OCTOBER 25, 1851. {:*&&' yf^TORTAisr gold hoax. /Wh have barely time and space to inform ourreaders; that the flaming reports lately, put forth by the Geelong Press, of the dojrjgs^t Ballarat are one raas3 of exag g^a^o^ the Port Phillip paper ^'(amongst tHe;fpremost 'of which is the '? Argus' daily paper) V-.har&v lately demoted considerable apace in exposing the reckless, unprincipled and wicked statements of the ''Victoria .Colonist'.. now extinct ant}, the .?'Geelung . .Advertiser ,' which deserves to be so. The £17.000 worth of gold said to have Jheen , sscorted at one time into ?fieelong turns put to have, no existence exf tept.jp the.' original intellect ...of ''. the Editor cf tho -Colonist. Notwithstanding, that a party of fourteen had discovered shout a Hundred Weight — ihe writer of an aa toupding letter into which the sjiarp' eyes of -the said Editor Were allowed to peep, ha...

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THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. ITS FUTURE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBI TION. ITS FUTURE TROSPECTS. (From the Atlienccum.) In speaking last week of the future pros pects of the Crystal Pdlace. we offered -a suggestion * for converting it into a perraa nen.t 'Exhibition — a universal gallery ,of science, industry, produce, and plastic art. The bint thrown oat in our columns, .we have reason to believe, has occupied atten tion in many quarters ; and, so far as we have been able to collect and compare opin ions, the general impression appears to b?, that if a lasting institution c-in be success, fully based on the present Exhibition, it is extremely desirable that it should. xThis is a subject to be 'well and calmly considered. At first thought, in face of all the known obstacles which for months impeded and imperilled -the success which has now be come a certain fact, the idea is aafeailed by objections which oppose and neutralise each other. Assuming, as men are entitled' to do, that the financial issues of the year will be su...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

?; ^Extracts. ^; ? Violent- Assault upon -MRr^EAnQUS: O'Connor, ^M. P.-— About eleveni;o!clock;on Friday night, av disturbance . tookoplace; at the residence ?pf^Mr'i;yFV-0'Gonnor^24,: Not-: tino- Hiir'TerrBcWLbrido an attempt being 'made by ^ a^rnan;. named; Thompson? a; tall5 powerful Scbtchmanivtp commit a viol^tlasaaultaipon iMr. -O'Con-; nor. Pqlice-sergearit Davis* F^20ii(Kahdi: constable !2^0f Shearing a^great^npise^in; front of MrF O'Connor V residence^ wenfc into the front garden;' where they found the; man Thbmpiori'with a bag of housebreakri ing implementeinljis possession, and re-, qussted him to leave the premises. He re fused to do so, and said he would notrleave: till he had ssen^Mr. O'Connor/ who; j he said, was a thie.f and a vagabond; and owed him between £60 and £70.- ;?? 'The^serffeant told him be might take legal proceedings for 'the' recovery of the debt, but -he? should not 8top';;there.'.'.'-''Mr, O'Connor came;out'of; the house, and requested the polices to ...

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Local Intelligence. COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

, ITd^OiitllltgEttce. .COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. 'Wednesday, Octobeb, 22nd, 1851. The business of this Court was opened on Wed nesday, morning last before, the Chairman, Alfred Cheeke.Esq., and comprised the unusually large number of .twenty-six cases, many of which, as will be' seen, consist of Urconies committed at the T'uron.- Trio Chairman was assisted by the Police Magistrate, and in the course of the day by E. . Parke'ahd,:W. Montagus -Itothery, Esqs. The only barristers present wpre the Crown P,rosectilor\ind Pearson' Thompson, Esqs.,— attorneys, J. N. M'ln to?ii7J$amuei' Wadeson', aritTJ. B: ; Sergeant, Esqs. Considering the large drafts .which; the Turon has! made J from: ;burji population,iYsre!wfre surprised, to. see , the 'Court .House aSf.throngiy, attended -as USUal. , ;;. . .. r ? ..:„[.{_,./;;.:.. .:.,., '.. ! .' ?' '' '' ''STEALING; A.' CHEQUE.. '?',; 'v V -' ' '- - Add ison Mitchell was 'indicted- for^stcaling1 a cheque for: the1 sum of '£16 23, and a pound;note-—...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

'^piinfal 'iSeto-?. ; The FRnss— One of the Geelorig news papers the Victoria Colonist, has yielded to the pressure of the times : all hands hav ing ' sloped' for Jhe diggings. A promise has been given to resume in two months, but this will; we think, he found to be only r genteel style of literary .decease. The Geelong Advertiser i announces in;the; same issue, tfifat it will be compelled to; diminish its size. A new paper is 'to be; started :i(at- Bunlnyong entitled 'The Prospector and Buninyong'G-azette.l^--/4r^MS. ; ' The Gold Fbvbii.-— A medical friend in forms us tint th'e; prevailing epidemic some-, what resembles 'ordinary ?fever at its cora nienceme'nt.^as the;; premonitory; symptom^ are reBtlessnesSj anxiety, and, a disinclina tion to folio wi one's ordinary- avocations. During the^rst stage of attack, a sufferer ? may be known by, an unshorn beard, a dirty face) and nh embryo .bandit appearance. As. the disease; ;adyaQces,- the. patient 8tick3 a short pipe in his mouth, a...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23RD. STEALING GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 October 1851

Thursday, October 23ai-. ? STEALING GOLD. Epbert Wilson was indicted for; stealing a quan tity of, gold, tlie -propertv of Joseph Brittle' and others, at the Turon diggingsy on the l^th ?-Sep- tember. ? 5i'he prisoner, pleaded notiguiUy.-and . was undefended; ?-? ? - ,??', - f- ?--?.,m. ;- v: ?From the evidence of Brittle.and Constable CroT ker, it appeared that the1 prisoner, who .had been in the' service1 of Brittle ;& Co. at £l' per: week, ieft: their; service on- the'^13th Sept:,'. the; day ori which a'.quantity of- gold was .abstracted ?- froma box, in 'the -tent,, and that, on the sams day, the prisoner and another .'.man rempy.ed acradlefrqm Briule's to,a neighbouring tent, ' where a quantity of 'gold'was fouhd^'iricludirig- a 'nuggetj belonging to1 Brittle,'! composed of .white burntclay and;gold, —a,- kind of auriferous oro» peculiar,, to, Monday Point. ,'Th'e nugget .was found on the side -f the tent where tlie 'prisoner had' slept Jon the, 'previous 'night/ and 'a...

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