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The Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

The Railway.   A proposal- has-been -placed before the public, for the establishment of a Railway Company. A meet ing was held on Monday, November 6th at Mr.   Lyons's Rooms, George Street,. Sydney-,the Pros-.' pectus which appears in this' mornings Advooate ? was approved of. and two thousand Shares were subscribed for by the gentlemen .present;1 :?jThe. comniittee list speaks loudly in favour of ^ the' scheme: i for the respectability of the1 gentlemen whose names are there, is quite sufficient to inspire the public with confidence that the interests of the shareholders will be- well- looked after and that the measures of the company will be wisely and ec     nomically carried into eflect. On the formation of the company two thousand shares were immediately taken, and as it is likely to prove a safe speculation there is no doubt that a portion of the funds 'of the Savings Bank will be invested in it (of course under guarantee) so...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

Impounded, At O'CONNELL PLAINS, on the 21st day of October, 1848, from the estate of Wm. Lawson, Esq., J.P. : — One brown. and white bullockf brand ed like WS off nimp, and; G. on both ribs. 'One yellow heifer calf, branded 03; off- rump, damages 2s. Gd. each. Also, by J... Roberts :— -One red. and white heifer calf, branded JR' conjoined 'with ' a' stroke under off- rump ;. damages ,6d. 'Day. of sale, November 16th. 'J. Roberts,,poundkeeper. ...1.0s... At. BLACKMAN'S SWAMP, on ihe.26.th day of October, ; 1-848 j from the': estate of Mr .x Thomas Raine, Frederick's- Valley:— One -chesnut mare, star in the forehead, branded under the saddle near ?side ,BOYD,_on. off shoulder, apparently MF, 7 years; old, rS'handsjiigh.;, 'One bay .mare, branded under the saddle «eaf side B p Y 'D,; aged ; 1 4 hands iiigh.' ! One''ba'y;p'6'ny,: blaze iri'/the face;' saddle marked,- branded; on .{he neck off side apparently LY,' aged; 13i- .hands .high;. Day of .sale, No vember 20th. John Wright, pound...

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Mr. W. H. Barber [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

? ' ?liir..=iW.jfiESt.%i .Barber, s A --{I. FlAs^recently arVivedfin^TafiaY-'witli-a^vieWj ?;iof'--iinte-e8tiag\;-his'frje'hds'^nas18uch'/;pthBii:- ^persons jof influence as may be -induced by! ' aV lpYe of: right and justibetor lend' their ? kindly aid in' obtaininsr1 the completion' oft his ?..pardon'.' We have before;-in lengthened ?articles, quoted from theNew -South' Wales lind'. Indian papers, entered/ fully info the clet'uils of this unhappy caser— and they are pf a kind not to be forgotten ; yet, the disi: tressing nature of the circumstances will we feel certain, excuse our drawing atte'n';? tion to them at this moment, when' the sup' port and active sympathy of a single in- ? fluential Englishman may probablv colour jthe entire future destiny of a wronged Jarid; suffering countryman. On reaching Madms. the, most eminent members of the. legal pro-55 ? fession in that Presidericy^afte'r' & ' sbirupui loiis ' and' ' formal'' ^^ examination' 'qf'tbe'-ctiBe/ ca me; forw...

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THREATENED REBELLION IN IRELAND. PROCLAMATION OF DUBLIN, CORK DROGHEDA, AND WATERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

; ;£hre at effiS Mi^ELiaStf^ h:- PaOCLAMATIONfoy DUBUNj'PP.BiCitlBllOQHEpA,;,, v A bold stepi has5vl-een itakennbyj Lnrd sC|a-^4{ rendon in referenceltton.thenCpnfe^r%tiQf|Jf,1, Clubs, and the organisers -of^.0b^\\\QW,r,'jfyythJ,un The followingy.setyjof. re8plutiqnsi7^,pr0-of , bably as daring ,asr any that hayb, yet\eR|a-,5, , nated from the Clubbistsr- appeared ,in;jthe J^ Freeman's Journal of Tuesday, mornipg:-^—-,,.^ At a meeting ot the officers- of the /Dublin; .vcluli.tr J held on Saturday night, 'JTuly 15,,1848,,'Jqhn B..,, . Dillon, Esq., president of the Curran .O^h, in '. this '' chair, the following was moved by 'William 'Sr' O'Brien, Esq., M.P.; - seconded^^by;: Richards'v'' O'Gorman, jun., Esq*, president oftheOliver^Bondi, «.'? Club and adopted unanimously i^Z '?-? -; ?]:?,; ~,l a , ' \- The systematic efforts made by writersui thd'pay !rJ . of the British government to ciauso' it io^'e beliovod f(i that the repeal clubs of Ireland' 'are' br^anisea*7forv ' purposes of...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

Settlers' Wholesale 3Prioe Current. 'SYDNEY. WiiEXT has declined in prices ;' sales have been--, at .4s. 3d. for samples 'from'- Van Dieirien'S) Land,' -./%.? arid 3s. 9d. to 4s. for best colonial. ';,,;F.upuR. — Fine, £11; seconds, £9 ; but can be--,-,, purchased at lower rates. .wtiitii- ;'J-i,: ;,VMaisie still fluctuates daily : 14d; being;! tIi8:--;; highest price realised for best sample3^duHrijf. .&«';.'??? ,week;';' ?? : -.- ?? ': . ?Irv .-? .?;;,?;?.- .-ii. -.,??:.-/ -yjr,. ;. ;: Barley. — None. -v.rt!!,-' -(:;??;..?. .','. Oats.— Dull- in' sale; '?'? ;;;'-- ????':,?-' ?' ,:':-jn:^ ,^.'-i-' ,) ; 'Hay is a shade lower in price; butmohercaapbe ? quoted as fixed; -the market1 Ubuhdaritly.isupplied.m BuTTEii,! if-goodV'WUlfsell-'feadit^iattQdrper: lb.'i .;.„ - Cheese is in, demand, and if of prime qualitp will meet withTeady-salil.^'ii:'^ ,5np-r. .i' ..pr,'-**1' Ba'con' ;and Ham's are saleable u&v .-about fiW..,-... per'lb'j..-^ i ??'?---'J.ii-)i-i\ rnoj3 ,-j(tio...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

Sftippiua i^uilklttfmxtp™ arrivals.:: November 1. Secret, schooner ?j'%C.apt. Hunter,, from Moreton Bay, ihe 26th ultirno'. ',,,. -V;. '?,. Peri, brig, Capt. Gwatljm, froni,' Launceston 24th ultimo. ...; J^!?^ .,'--«„? '.' 2. Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Capt. Allen,' from Moreton Bay' 1st instant. :' : * * ilf-ifi's -iii-- '. 3. Deborah, schooner, Capt. Bliss-ffr,om Ai.ck land the 15th ultimo. 3. Phoenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, : from the Clarence River the* 1st instant, j- in ! . 3. Palmyra, brig,- Capt. Lindsey, 'from, New castle. ! .... ..-....: . ??. : ?. ? 3. Ranger; cutter, Capt. Williams, from Circular Head the 25th ultimo. '?-' 4. Emperor, ship,- Capt. Day, front London the 15th and Plymouth the 24th July, with immigrants. 4. Einnear, barque, Capt. Heard, from Hobart Town the 29 th ultimo. * .,.-.- 4. May Queen, barque; Capt. Butler, from Ho bart Town the 28th ultimo. J .?::;,?...;; -,,/.,. 4. Minerva,; schooner;; Capt.^Bjrfeenshaw, from Warnambool the 26thi ?and.:Pprtlan;d/B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

TRAMStOAX* AND RiLILWAV PR 6 SPEC TU S OF A COMPANY TO BE CALLED The Sydney Tramroad and Railway Company. I TO BE INCORPORATED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE :— Charles Cowpeh, Esq., Chairman. \Vm. Bowman, Esq. A. Moses, Esq. Thomas Barker,, Esq. George M'Leay, Esq. James Byrnes', Esq;: ~ ??' T.S. Mori. Esq. Daniel Cooper, Esq. T. A. Murray, Esq. Frederick Darvall, Esq. Charles Nicholson, Esq. T. Holt, Jun., Esq. George Oakes, Esq. T. H. Hood, Esq. Henry O'Brien, Esq. Thomas Icely, Esq. John N. Oxley, Esq. Arthur Jeffreys, Esq. Robert Porter, Esq. Charles Kemp, Esq. P. Rossi, Esq. John Lamb, Esq. Jahies Simmons, Esq. William Lithgow, Esq. II. G. Smith, Esq. Robert Lowe, Esq. ' William Walker, Esq. S. Lyons, Esq. E. Weston, Esq. A. Miclrie, Esq . Capital £100,000. \ To be raised by Twenty Thousand Shares of \ Five Pounds each. i fW\iUZ responsibility of the Shareholders will be ! JJ_ limited to the amount of their respective ? shares. ? i Interest for ten years, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for the Journal must be accompanied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted.   We have been promised "A GARDENER'S CALEN-DAR," for which we are truly grateful. "A PLEBEIAN" will appear in our next. He must be more circumscribed in the future.     ' PARENS"—If we can make room, it shall ap- pear in our next week's issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

terms o?. sup?f0B|[f^g^f g^, if,/, ; ?? j ,; Arc Six Shillings per Quarterjjpayafjjftin, advance.' . . -:i Single numbers,, Si^penc^,^ 'nmiKCiS^ -v - -.-/ The Quarters, end .on ^Jas^SaJwrdays^ifiMa^h, ?'.'-; June, September ranape'ceinBer-, ^a'on w]-icU} ?'? ???'?'-'?-[ dates' only can ' re^haiiion^Wf fe^|iyed,?; aritl'' ?:/-1«^ which must be accpWjam'edj/l^; ^By^^'^f aji' -?' money's due. ? ..?jj'i' ?nn i&ijp ' cs-S^ij ? ?? ?' ;; ;';ra' TERMS . FOfc ?-A;D^«-yifSB'iS^Tfl;'' ''.' ,,. ?'??'.??.:-,! For the first, inch of ^pace/ one- insertion^ Triree; ' : Shillings. ?' : ':''H'^' ''?:'1-'1' ' ^-^ v':v'j/^! ', ... , For each additional inch, pne^raUlng.; ...,;,.;..'..' U- ?-?? For future insertions, Half-jir ice. :.?- .' .-???'.-,; The number of times to'; 'jbe,''pyiblisl^e.fl,.,mus1',. be written on . the , fate oif '(the manWcript.^b'r.^ the advertisements wili bo.vcontinnfea^ till^c'ofulitjqf p*; * manded., The amount must be. paid. pre-gioas^o (hSN insertion of an adverti5f...

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General Cavalgnac. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

r General Cavaifrn&c. , /'iUnle^jj. report^ japeHk untruly, there; is; not br KoneBter manj.in France than General. Cavaignac. f If heribqiname'd to, and accept, the office of President of the Republic, -we may^expect some time of tranquility. a^rid he ' may, owing to the kindness and the firmness ' of his 'character, he /able to do something to^ obviate;the distress that threatensto become . gerieraK* '''''?? ? , u-.,-' ' ? I here is, however, one point of. his go v em. men t Ih.at; will ,be , required to be clea red uptoientitle himto the continuance of the ° »i%*pgtfta in Jwhich he' is universally held — I n.^ne|inB(tftei;a'rre8t1of M. Emile da Girardin, and his continued confinement. The sus pension. of;the. liberty of the pres3 I shall not 'blhmeY' 'It wbuld require a complete Ijnow le'ig'er of the ;8ituation of the capital at the moment when that measure was announced in order to justify it. Every man possess ing that knowledge approves the measure, but it is riot the ...

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Shipping Interlligence, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

&Ri'j)i»fUQ XifttlHsreirrr. ARRIVALS. ' NovEMHKri 10. — Milwood, American barque, Cipt. | . F. W. Deane, from the 'Whaling (jtfnunds. Left New Bedford 29th July, 1816 ; Ascension 21st August, 1848. * ? r ' 10. Helen, three-masted schooner. Capt. Chand ler, from' Moreton Bay the 6th instant. 11. Juno, steamer, Capt. Kirsopp, from Adelaide the 2nd, Portland Bay the 4th, l'oi t Phillip the 7th, and Twofold Bay the 9th instant. 11. George Champlin, American barque, Capt Swainfrom the Whaling Grounds. 11. Louisa, brig. Capt. Milton, from Auckland 29th October, in ballast. 12. Phffibe, schooner, Capt. Ebbetts, from Mel bourne the 4th instant, in ballast. 12. Marthaand Elizabeth, schooner, Capt. Irvine, from Port Phillip th 4th instant, in ballast. 12. Christina, brig, Capt Saunders, from Port PJiiJlip the 5ih instant. 12. Diana, brig, Capt. Ball, from Port Phillip the 5th instant. . . 12. Spec, Lrig, Capt. Burns, from Auckland the 29th October. ' ,. 13v' Ernma, brig. Capt. Pockley...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accompanied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted.                   'A PLEBEIAN,' which appears in our last page   we have been obliged to curtail, knowing that some parts of it would not suit many of our readers. We shall be glad to receive future correspondence from.' A Plebeian,' but he must ' keep within bounds.'                

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

Settlers' WhbleBaie Price'Current. SYDNEY fcVKisM«* Wheat. — Nq deyiation has- take, n .pljae^i^msiag; , .,F,LOOT.,-77-y*ry limited .in aalc, atvd prices, gufjt^d^ saiiie'as'lasfweek'...,1' '^ '''.' '' '' ,*' '' ' *'' '-4 , %, highest prices. ' ^-' ?; '?': n^ '?; ^A=seisi ycxyrijplentifiilp aull'iii/ailevijihd iiWPftt' p'ric,q.'j,r,;.l? kviiuK.Witt': -tti so^spj^ hi.ai^rfi^ '' - :r. Buxtf,r, of; gqofi'quaiity,, will aeljriaaHj1 *Vf«*fti: 8d. to. 9d.iflerdiu^.ya0,^jjtl-K sqoj'.wc«aj:s«.n V)tmi '- Cheese is rcadjp..sale,. ait- from 3|di: to 4d., if 'good. '?-?-?? ? ' - ' -t . ? . , 'Bacon and HAMS^are-'aaleable^'a'ifrouF^P per4b;-.--^v -??\-'- y-r«' !(.«;;.: «.jty sjosnc'iaMft «|;. . EGG?iT— Cheapvan.dii-lenyM; ;and{'lowa^ pEicepsv;? ; ..FAT,f)iQS.--N:p}iJinai.:.,,5 ^^^-^^oik n^rx*. Fat Calves vary, frpml£s?, to' ;15,fc,eAchi ,,,„.'„ r,Vi Fat Sheep, if good,' and av^ragihg.'GOlbsM will, sell quickly. '-??' :-?:?!?» ; ?V-/.';'V }5 ^^yiiiMv,- Fat Cattle. — Worth aboutv40s- tp}:55si ?per...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. The BUSH, Nov. 6, 1848. Longo post tempore vermit.—VIRGIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

To the. Editor 'of r TiiB ;'Ba'thurst ^dvooate; '? ' ???? - ??? ' '-?; '???? ;;??; ;Tlie Bush, N6yV.6i;i^8. ?— — — - Longo post tempore yefmit.— rViRaiL. Sir; — My' attention' has often Been caught by the very excellent. literary contributions to your paperi .find,' I, j -have: frequently wondered why '?they were;not in some wav or other noticed by your;; readers and corres pondents ; not supposing; at 'the same time that this part of-the business would at length devolve . on me. Whilst : I. havethus been waiting for others* the, blush of shame : has kindled on ray; . cheek. for, both myself and them. 'I, recollect sitting down to write re specting a. . V Mechanics Institute' some time ago proposed to us in one of your leud ing articles. I also wrote, part of a letter by way of noticing in particular, the Family Visitor No. 5 ;, but in both these efforts I grew faint-hearted, and soon abandoned the design., I shall now, however, impose the task upon myself of making some re ference ...

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IRELAND. Suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

ies &yjk'~$s: ?!».:'- Suspension of the' habeas Cprpujs . ? ' ' ' , '&.c& - ' ??'?'? - ??':?-??? ; CFrom The Weekly Messenger, :Jvly 22.) It will be seen by our;rep6rtof the proceed ings of the Parliament last night, that at the sittings of the House of Commons to-day , it is1.. the intention of.' Lord John. Russell to ask leave to introduce a hill empowering the Lord Lieutenant1 of Ireland, or the gover nors of thatt'eo'untry/jf^r the time being, to apprehend andjietainu n|il the 1 s.t o f ' March , .1849, any iperson 6i.-persqn& suspected of con spiring against her Majesty's person or govern ment, r ; . ti:':;,.:'X v|'-^^:'''^.-'''I.' ''? ' ' The Habeas CorpwsXctJs'justly regarded as the palladium of .our; liberties; and its sus pension can only- be 'justified, by :a -national emergency.- Such an ? emergency his. ariseni The safety .of., the lives Jofi'i jfnij lio ns \ jjif^ ou r ..'loyal fellovy subjects:4n;the iSister islanil^and' the integrity of...

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original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. [?] Bathurst, November 15, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

- 'jooiP'ssbajf' slii'd BathurstiJiNroveinber, lS.lsis. ;55i«crw ^YftHxjny^Atof' the js6rvic^ ; of ' your : valu iiljtg. Httle. .pHper, ... to, jnake^ip, .enquiry, how many, ymfsuia61;o''^re^t|e;iST^NmNo'1 Committee of the B^iiiursi* fiaSes to hbld-'oMco ?-'for it is 'evidently th&topfj^sidtfofisome; if not fill of them, that their tentir© of bffioeiis^for^he'tetni.-ofrtheir natural lives. u!nStHe-liattev!-jnd ofstHo^year 1845, a number of gentlemen, ;tp the ;.extenfctof Xbelieve 26, were ap pointed ,to .inanago the then ensuing Races, and by reference 'ip.ffio' resolution so appointing them, the word Standing was inserted. Accordingly these aix'arid rtwerity elect, managed the racing matters during' the years 1846, 4847, and , 1848, (in which latter, -year 'they , reduced their own numbers to twelve).; 'always alibiing the prizes, appointing their TiieasuV-orv''Se'cr.6tary,* 'Clerk of the Course, Judge, arid e've^ff cffie1';Stew3rds;7 In proof of this I may mentidn thatolaS...

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Late European Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

Xiate Suropean Intellig-ence. English News to the 12th of August lias been received by the General Hewitt. The most important intelligence, is, that on Saturday, the 29th July, the lirst collision took' place between the armed bands of the Irish i Con- federation and the Government. , '.'?'?*'?'? ; ??- On the previous day, Friday, a notice had. been gablished in Kilkenny, ^proclaiming Mr.W. S. . t'Brien aniLMessrs. .Meagher, Doheny, JReilly and' ipillon as -, traitors.-, to, the . Stute and, olVeving a ; ve ' war'di /of £§p% f6r:,thpapprehoiiisi.on,of the fii-st, and jeaoOeach for;his,^pur;(jpufcdcratos.' .? .,Tlia attempt a'^an, insurrection., in , Irclajui' had talceii. .place. K 'Tjie-, standard,: p^. royplt was 'hoisted by ^fr. W. S. O'Brien, at Slcivnamon, aiid a gather ing took)place.,,!'^lier-1!1.'Vvr.asi very: l.ittlq. bloodshed before thje rebels ga'ye^ay. .'Thojoadprswero pur sued through the' country, and most of theni had ' been captureel, and ^vere committed to .take th...

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THE LAST HEARD OF SMITH O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

THE LAST . HEA11D OF. , SMITH OyBRIEN. Dublin, August 2. — The Freeman's Journal of this morning contains tlie following : — Kilkenny, Tuesday night, nine o'clock. — Up to this hour it is not known -whei'e Smith O'Brien is at present. It is said that Mr. O'Jinen rode by him self from Ballingarry in the direction of Kilkenny I heard to day, on what I would certainly call good authority, that a poor. rate. collector or relieving oflio'ersaw Mr. O'Brien, in company with two other persons, riding across the country in the neighbour hood of Clomanto, which is nine miles from this city on the Tlmrles:road,. yesterday. -.I' believe this statement to be true. There was a rumour afloat here. that he was in Ncnagh'lastiiight, hut this is not generally credited . v-' ''. ?'?? Mr;- Si O'Brien: has: made over. allJhis projwrty to his i family.- His .father-in-law; !f.(Mi\ iGabbett, of LimeriaTd^.and.hisiowirfainily/m^said.to: be in a: state'bf tvdryigEeat'nflaictibn UafctHe probable Tesults of h...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Macquarie Plains 4th Nov. 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

' tfs^' i \ We do. nof-y identify 'ditr&l'ves- ' witfi1 vijle\ r:i c.'i opinions oftptwiCprrlbspohSeAts'Jl rW^'j' ^ | VventuVila tbld^esWl«^Iim4.ihe ^nrst ' reading of -those - -documents . created 'astonishment;, and dfjfeafl of the -tl destructive ^effects « ^ wh'iclt $puld Itieyi^bly,'. f&H ;on ' thp colonists generally r,'j and . butVff ew' thought;, or Bel?6ved l: jtfie^ ^Government* Jyrpuld r!liave the ;temei^ty tb1 eBforcl tB-laii'!i Qrie a'dvp cate, and, ^as.far | asTlcnd^i^onljoiie,, did arise to? vindicate' tbctt\m^tiie'shdj^e;'C|f an ecce'ntric correspondent ^ ^aB'su^ming; tiie',t)itie of li|iNTO?'ari(l : : grbclairain&'^imielf /.witli mucp complacency ' Vote'; of tKe ; favoured few,£' certainly1' jh'elarte^l^d^tp, bolster up those perriicibus measures; not by any' fair well( tempered aygument^:;but';!iiviith'''the;'jpu/ri; ? viewjs of one of' thosje rfei&fently cheated.' pri- vileged*1 and ' pref eropti ve right ' freings ; characters^ unr...

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Employers and the Employed. The Study of Politics necessary for All. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

Employers and the S oi ployed.— The Study of Politics necessary for All. From the neglect of the study of politics comes demagogisra, violence, 'and error of all kind. The masses are a prey to the active exertions of anv' cr'aftv, set of men. and taught politics ? for (he 'I occasion _ 'by travelling free-traderB, or '.'of .wandering Chartists, they imbibe any dtictririe that a facile tongue, or a Hvely fancy; uiiited to' a false energy, can impose' on^them.' Nor is it, as we have said, the' 'poor', and vulgar that are thus led astray. ' .'the rich vulgar are equally misled. Exetef'tlall; collects crowds who expend sympathies and' exer tions on impossible reforms 'of African slaves, Chinese women, or savages ['doomed by circumstances to be pbliteratedi ' 'Or if they do come nearer hpme»'^xpend jj'ti; mere empirical remedies ' ,th'p'se ''_'' eh'efrgiea', j and means which, if duly directed^ to' political and social science, , 'would not, only jeurjj*1 the present, but prevent the 'f ...

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