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AMERICA. Londonderry, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

AMERICA. Londonderry, June 25. The Montreal Ocean Company's steamer HIibernin, from Quebec on the 15th instant, has arrived here and landed all moils except those for Liverpool. She brings 66 cabin and 82 steerage pasoenoers, and also 42 Cabin, 47 steerage passeogers, and 76 of the crew of the anadian. The Bohemian arrived out on the 14th instant.

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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FRANCE AND ITALY. Paris, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

FRANCE AND ITALY. Paris, June 25. The Monteur of to-day says:- r June . "The Emperor has recognised Victor Emmanuel as King of Is ale. "In notifying this determination to the Cabinet of Turin the Govemnnent of the Emperor declare tlhat they decline any responsibility in enterprises of a nature to disturb the peace of Europe, and that the French troops will continue to occupy Rome so lont, as the interests which crused their presence there shall not be protected by aullicient guarantees." Turin, June 25. In to-day's sitting of the Chamber of Deputies, Baron Ricaeoli, President of the Council of Miniiters, made the following stalement:- "Toe Government is happy to announce to the Chambler an relvent which will be received with great satisfactiJn by the Istalian roplr. T e Emperor of the French has rtcogniseed Victor Emmanuel as King of Italy. The right of our nationalily, lwhich until noa has only been Craven in the conseience of tlhe neoltle of Itoly, will soon become a righlt rccogn...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Constantinople, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From thLe Times. June 26th.) Constantinople, June 25. The Sultan died yesterday. ]Iis brother Abdul Aziz Khan succeeds him. All is quiet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

T HE IPSWICH HERALD.-AGENTS WANTED.-We shall be glad to receive the names of Storekeepers and others n the ountry and surrounding districts as AGENTS. "IPSWICH HERALD." M R. JAMES MILLAR has been appointed SOLE V AGENT for the Ipswich Herald at Brisbane, and is authorised to collect ADVERTISEMENTS, and receive all MONEYS due to this journal. BUSINESS DIRECTOR f. WE intend to publish the names, addresses, a.d pro fessions of our business advertisers, under the above heading, once a week if possible. Should we have omitted any of our advertisers' names we hope they will make it known to us, and we shall be glad to add them. PRODUCE MERaHANTS. Gray, Walter, Bremer-street. Panton and Co., Bremer-strcet. Craies, William, East-street. Wilson, G. H. and Co., Limestone-street. BnILDES, Bc. Bcthune, Donald, Brisbane-streot. Shenton, Samuel, West-street. AUCTIOKEERS. Fattorini and Co., East-street. Cockburn, H. M., Nicholas-street. Craies, William, Eaststreet. ACCOUNTANT. R. C. Mackenzie, Nic...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

DEPARTURES. AA st 19.-eaCZll oner I tons, Captain Duthic, for the Il~n Ir&,ro sbaflflot. )fo paIrrjn~err.

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PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

PORT CURTIS. We have received the Bllltia of the 3rd and 10thl ilnse., from whicih we extract the following: Tilc B.scrs.--Replorts have reached town tlhat the blacks haver for some time past caused wuclh annoyance sod loss to thie settlers at \Waverly, Studleigh, aed at Anslow' s tationl, in the vicinity of the Broadsound, by speauing a larges number of cattle. The police are in sclarch of tlI m, but have as yet been unsuccessful, owinog to the dificealty of traeckilg them throrgh the mas trove swamtp. A party who recently started from W?averly in search of the blacks lhad met with a quantity of spears, aullaenullas, and other warlike implements. THEB BE BOLT.-Grave fears arc eotrtrained tor the safety of the Beu Bolt, shite having left P'ort Dmnison some days previous to the departure of the Eagle thence, aid has not yet been Ileard of. Oi Tuesday last, tir. ntladlo, horboeur-master of this port, left in thie Goveroment boat for tlroadsonad, and, should hie not meet with iser, he ...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. (From the Home News.) O news from America during the past month has been full of accounts of preparations for war on both sides; but it is only within the last few days that we have received intelligence of something like a serious collision. The Federal troops ad vanced some time ago into Virginia, and they col lected in such considerable force in the neighbour hood of Harper's Ferry that we now hear of the evacuation of this important place by the Con federates. The Confederates are reported to have fled in great haste, after having burnt all the government property. The whole line of the Potomac is now in the possession of the Federal General, and his oplponents are concentrating their forces at Manassas Junction. The despatchl which informs us of the above facts is dated New York, June 15. It contains several other particulars 0f interest. The Governor of Missouri has issued a proclamation calling for 50,000 State troops to resist the Federal usurpation...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

Tentr 0 b : I . cae chbors, ! ease boots, 2. 0 bags lea.l, b loealgst.rt 4 boxes tin,, Ileltzd 24 bar. rn, i ia-nk, 0 lunegle, T. I. Jones; 0 lalftierre tobacco. 2 booe olmccn: 2 caces ,i2'kles, t boxes raisins, i barrel uetrlnts. I box P:1oe. Fbne eunedli~n,2Ce. 0t frUit 0 caas fruit, I gareti, 11. er·yCndr ~Ln.: 2 btgf.tee, I box .pies, 2 cases plckles. easte .endueri, oes hu olnd, , eases oal, 2 casks, 2 bags salt, 0 ease bnrjc. I oh,; treacle. a boxes oatnp. cask appe,. 2 Joeco brooms. ogolonge b-ooEs, I caok bianeiung H. Lcvy; O casesain.,hbones u.fnns, J.0a.itbt 40 bags forc, 2 bales seootulieab, I Omit h;Ipi, l'a esi, 9 cas, i parcel, 12 kegs pan0t, 22 bogs soit, ] trussO z .set. e alse2),nper, 2 ese I trGals 0. II. 'Wilsonu; 1 tacsk paint,h na,,: o Ilatt, 2 egps suuoties, I vrye. s bundle iron pots, 2 bhuodlc. .;w,,i, ovens, Ihbudle saws, I bundle forkts, ues iron, 4 cart ol'tl.Oc 4 lt boaes, Il. Alad; l cases, rh bags sugor, 2 eore?, 2 ,:e,,-' tea, 2 IO.ptages, Spoito; I ca...

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(From the Maryborough Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

(From tIle oMaryboroughl Chronicle.) ToH roLUS TEERS.--A meeting vwas convened for the evening of the Gth for tile purpose of eliciting the opinion of the corps in regard to the rifles, but the wet weather prevented any attendance of members. Messrs. Terry and Calisher are the makers of the rifles; they alre -breechl-loaders, and sighted at eleven hundred yaoids. Swords have also come to Ihand, but neither rifles nor rwords being numbered, thlere is great difficulty in fitting them. No ammunition bas been sent. There is some disaffection in thie corps ot the treatment of the Govern ment lwho, while professing great anxiety to embody a volunteer force, have withlbeld rifles and ammunition for so many ontlhs. TaE ScnooL or AnvTs.--This building is now very nearly completed, and mightt be opened for a ball or soiree almost immediately. Such an entertainment would be very agreeable at this dull season, and wosild helts to clear off the debt hanging over the institution. ThE IlorsTeTL.--...

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THE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

THE FIGHT FOR TIHE CHAMlPIONSHIP. (From the Times .July 19.) IT is, perhaps, no information even for those least acquainted with the dirty arcana of the prize ring to be told that the champion's belt, for the pos-es. sion of which Heenan and Sayers struggled with such cruel obstinacy, was eventually awarded toe. neither. The trophy was left open to public cornm petition. though, as the belt happens to be one of those peculiar gifts of fortune which are not to be had for the asking, as its possession en tails some personal responsibility, in the way of having to fight all comers, no matter how many or how big, the number of candi dates for the dangerous honour was, on the whole, decidedly limited. The first claimants were Hurst and Paddock. Hurst is the champion wrestler of Lancashire, a man of gigantic frame, and almost superhuman strenth., but, perhaps, the most unskilful boxer that ever entered the prize-ring. In his contest with Paddock he was dreadfully punished, but almost by a...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. TFron syJn.--T) Slner rd Peace, Duncan Dunbar, British - o j mnr, . P, el ,li l- .udonld. ]'uou, bl?,?ourne.--Okcen Glendoucr, Prince of WAlen, Peru, Klrer1, hT'iWi, Turkn34re, and Sydney Grifiths.

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WIDE BAY. Maryborough, August 15, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

WIDE BAY. [F1LOW OUR oWN CORRtSPONDENT.J Mtaryborosugh, August 15, 1861. Slta lanopv to say all things go on "0as merry a0 marriage bhil," and tarybhoroughl seems at last incline. to take up its proper position in the social scale. Coom merliav speaking, we hold by nature a central and first r) p' I'i itiont, bt, unfortunately, our advancement too hee , marred in cotseqnene of our great men havino beo, at dlaggers drawn for a long time., and the corn imunitp belig tihe evil efl'et of sulch quarrels; but I hlink or sun is to shine at last. There is an end to al :ad tlhings--even Kilkenn cats Our Aldermen sticd Io hosiless closely, which of-course reflects much credli on tlhem, and we may now hnpo for better times. Still there is one knotty eoint for them to settle concerniil "or awhrrfl," but of that more for anon. Oor Volunteers come out now-a-days in gorgeour arr.sy. On Fridavy, the 9th,,the members of the corat 01t at hle Court-house to receive the rifles and elees ofiiar'n, lwhen...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

3EPARTURES. For Sydne'.--Queen 'f the Fleet, Cies. Lenhlet. RacLhel. fH1llon".-e\' ?: of Life, V'oeirn, Annie Aenotstong, and Sovereign Flr ilrnror le.-W\ashhgton, Eempres of the Seas. Result, erotzirh Chief. 'alitr Icrd, Sialinta, Atalacta, Lightning, nt-ri.. ioerih, Indemnitly, 'lW e, Inupe, Frenchman, blatilda, D:ivl)e.n eaint Ceout',s of Seaneld. Feor tloreton Beay .--Carl iyer, ailny oth. TIreCn e ewent'-cia veet.-te on the berth, for Melboumrne and Ge-lae. ci Lonnon, and nerctteen for Sidney. t'hec Arncrican ehrqce Coekreffte, of Boiton, from iielbounrne ti sii:c-anyre. Cnptain Ianlc, cit-n o n the Abrohltos iocks on tilt hth ,une. fhe 'cnssei naciot, but all honda 'ere taned.

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SYDNEY. Sydney, August 14, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

SYDNEY. [vnost ona COnnehrOvDTr.] ' Sydney, August 4, 18i1 1. -HEn Salsetto arrived this dlay. It is impossible to over rate the importance of the. intelligence brought by her. America is 6f course the great topic, and next to that, more seriously toalchiig osr own inrerests, the alarming fill anticipated in the rprico of wool. Cousin Jonatlhan, or the federal por .tian Mhto now dis-united Stites of Ameriat are T?aLhe?' iriined to be angry .with Englald for ttenoiing to .prserve a nReulirality iu thie piresent conflict. Ei:glandl has qietly daeapaipl;hed ite Great Eastern with some 3000 troops to her North American colonies-the British Limi is evidently on the ui vive. Tlie conflict in America, as far as it :has gone, seems to ha:ve favoured slightly the Southernera, who are ndelvovuring to enlist into their services a small regiment l 'lRed Inudians. T'he silaves are flockine northwarml, and it is feared they will rise en nacsse. If they should, where the struggle-wvill end, or wha...

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SHIPS LOADING. AT LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

SHIPS ADING. Ar I oa For Moreton Bsy.-W- nel, ne ; Persia. Smith; G. Kldd, oX S;dt'.---,nson. Stwrart I. l?ogue. Williams: Stormasy,' W;-:,on: "woilouomoouoo. Ilt'u l Josephine, Jacobs; Walter Iord, Douned; ].a)e nf tc hr h omi. ayers; Strn of re.Cr, tPiltrhrll h Daphne. Fornar; Ituncan Dunbar, artb;y -azonl, ins| ; .Annie Ae-irhneit, ." inn. Ar Ll;rEn uL. FoPr rdney.--Tuisco, Seseu ; u M.b, Harrison; Impul?e GFilrehriSeat. Fce Sydney?.-?utulu , Young.

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Original Corres[?] [While our columns will be [?] insertion of corresponden[?] and general interest, we [?] hold ourselves responsible [?] may be expressed.] To the Editor of [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

WI~lile. Eolurem insenion bf u and generta iftir , inn holdi ursep p i may 6(ere4 To! thi Iir ao 'mn first born should be attended witli the nerossary rlmuinies of bacoming a singing progceny, soiglit aIrnga, in the ,iulterior of which I could make Ir nerat .a I pr''ar'e for t i eomning crvent. Vain were i vS end, olurs. Diseonlrd of somae kind was sure to ]iut an end th my sehelres, and no?ne of r1y' progeny ever reached 'noursehood." At one time, rowas with churchl rardens Stiltpita, tlr playiig of the instrumerr, and my infalnta vers born woiti.ru;t iars for music. At auol hla, -onteldibi rarinistrs and rival i?erforoers so uprset. tIhe hIcrmorj of mutters, that miy offsprirg were all born Srael f teiliorn," anI I d-spaired of ever thavitg a "mousdrichoral socieLly" in the fimily.. At last, oir ona 'day, wmien'I tlad even survevion an instrumenti., called a melodiol,nt the Polteeihnlie, I Ileard a smoothl-tongued 1mn0, wh~om they cealred Jordan, talking about souiiy Skaol, strgin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

ictts BY M!GTION. ± , , GENERA )IERCLAND)ZE, FURN ?TRE, &c. ' ;r. COCKBURN 'has receired instructio?s -, to S9li by Public Auction, at his Rooms, S-iJ';.;nAs-street, On FRIDAY, the 24th instant, * 11 o'clock procisely, 2 cit. Cheese S30 Lgs lMaize 1 Kitchen Bange 1 Double Iron Bedstead & Toilet -et b1 Washstand 1 Dozen Lavender \'ater f 1 Dozen Bandoline 3 Dressing Cases 5 Tin Canisters 4 Moderator Lamps o-,aher wnith a quantity of other goods, including .,smp Chimneys, Brushes, Combs, Fiddlesticks, 4, &c. Also, iA FIRST-RATE FAMILY.OURRICLE. WITH TWO SETS OF HARNESS, COMPLETE, AND NEARLY NEW. .Terms cash. 259 <2. LEICHHARDT DISTRICT. S .,,That excellent Pastoral Property, . A LM'. -TREE CREEK STATION, STogether with 11,340 Sheep, more or less. Terms Half Cash. Residue, 2 and 3 years date, 'l M. COCKBURN has received instructions t, from Messrs. H. C. Gregory and Co., to aell by 1Public Auction, at his. Rooms, Nicholas treet, if not previously disp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

thre 3ipdli cih t 3eralb, TERM 8: Selscnien.-trT e amount of subscripton to the Jpllsai Cerild is Eiigit Silliinags and Slxpepre per quarter. The 'urrters terminrate on tie li0th September, 3S!t December, ulst Mare, miand 0lbi'Jllne, at crich pedroda only can oubseriber. lcrlline, by giving noetice, and paying tie amount due to tie end of thre current quanrer. Single copies, Sixpence. AIrERTIBEsPHTs are Inserted according to the followini rcalc:- Two linea I Fertines ....2 (nlinars...... ....20 Eighltmres ....0 t Eaecry addltionoleigihtlines ...... e O \ ihefollowingDIsconr Is allowed on all advertisements con roe tin isaertions 10 percent. For n weeks ...... 3 ditto. For 02 weeks ...... SOditto. ,4l advertmnents must specify en the face of them the un rtm mlrey are to be inserted, or they will be eon. tlntUlcountermanded, and chargedaccordingly. Or for tnothdra~wal or alteration cannot he received later than T~'s o, non, en the day previous topublication. Thefeasmeb Heo'ld-e publis...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

?tipgiatg Puttrlligcnrr. AflOlVALS. AUgu.t |G.--~'etefaph, ,etorner, ;'0O tons, ?aptonn O'Relly. Rtem Sydnehy .g0st ,4t0 0. prssengerso-lri. H. u'icllioy, Oil s Andrea's, 1k',,. II. c;. Wi)}on, Mlrsno. A. Caorpbci), A. Ma'Kertio. B. Evans, O. . Fy,,, A. J ,,,,, nd thily-ne |n the o teer~e. oAugust lG.--Iu~onop.rtte. lMglhoW 1010 tors. Cptlaon J.. M. obhb. from, ydney. Ptnrers for Ilbmanoe--O.rs. ood Mlises Cook, an0 LIds. llishop, rd , In the steere. Fort Bockboootoo -~1ran~roiu,,yreM~.Uule rs J~fl~jS h.-rni .cae bolloner; 53 tons, Coiptaln Atch front theTaeed tttO'o. hO 3ootaeogero.

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MONDAY, 19TH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861

Mo;ijy Before the Po Patrick Lawler orderly. . ,ohn Smith wa to Colosnel Gryi Jolhn Smith ,a A charge agaii langua~ge to Chiet eoinent of the The caseofS 10nte nto was A Challin.*,; + Pla. o Ianta~oid Pa:·i Sunitif. i

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