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

A 21EJCIPB.— To obtain refresh ing' sleep, put a receipt for a printer's bill in your pocket. Impounded, .. , . .. : At CANOWlNPRA,,on the 27th of October, 1848,: from the estate -of- Thomas lcely;.Esq. ; — ..- ?????- -a ''???-? ... ??''?????? ??:- ?:? ?.'. ' '?'?-.?' ?.'? ::v, J: ': .?? ' One white snail-horned bullock, branded JR on ribs. One yellow and white lame cow^ branded JS. ribs, AG rump. One - brown heifer, branded ;TB: rump ,,;.l,--.-.: .-?? :'.. ?/...,= .:. . .,.,: ,-.?,,- i; ,i ? I, ,?,v77, . ... and'ribsi'.,/.One red calf,' no brand.:: One -red and white steer, branded TB rump and.ribs. ;.One :black :.. ?|...:iiW.i;'-:.-«:;!v::77 ?r.'li -'.'- - :'. .li':: it/;T:M:. ' heifer^ brarided:T.B rump and/. ribs.:: :0ue magpie cow, ?brariUe'd JG rump and;f ibsir.One brindle steer, ?brancTed TS ishoulder.Tj:One ;xed andnwiitecow,' brandediAX onriitnpi and-ribs, iillegibleibrand on :off': rumprq OiieiAlackj.'uejferi'objnandedl'S-B rump arid ribsihOnciFed'heifeT,vbrandedtMA'Turrip...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

Police Office. Saturday, November 11.— Before the Police Ma gistrate.       John Grose, pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was sentenced to pay a fine of 5s. or take the alternative of twenty-four hours in the cells.           Nathaniel Arthur, had .been., app^elietideji^by the Police as a lunatic, and was ^ orderfii'tp'jl^^^arded to Hyde Park Barracks'. '. -?''.' T. -2^'s^ id 'src^. . Tuesday.-— Before .the Police. Magj3t£|ltjPflV,'r'j Thomas Brogan, who^had b.ee^^i)preli.Q^ed on suspicion of being a runaway, was discHargea. James Bennett- pleaded guilty-'t6';itaeTchargo of drunkenness, and' was fined twenty shillings, or jbwerity-four hours in; the cells. J ? -'' ' . ! Road RE,r'AiRs'i—^'SVe;' have been authorized ta ?rstat'e,! that our Police'Magfstrate (Col;-Morrisset) has written1 to ^Hia- Excellency the Gbyer'nor, re specting the dilapidated' state of 'the; roa...

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

IRONMONGERY. TBrSLOW^R AND KEELE, beg to submit to pn'*' customers the following list of tXtOHIHO&CHSR'Sr GOODS, which they have just received from England direct, and are enabled to offer with great confidence both with regard to prices and quality, having had them selected expressly for the Country Store Trade from the most celebrated houses at home. NAILS, &c. ; Ewbank's patent batten, and double and single . . shingle ; Uadger|s best wrought ditto ditto ditto ditto ; ? Ewbank's patent lath and 3-inch rafter ; 'Badger's best wrought hurdle, rafter, lath, and 4inch spikes ; Flooring Brads, cut and wrought, 2to2£-ineh; Badger's best charcoal counter-sunk horse nails, 5 to 101b.; Fine clasp 1 to 3-inch; best wrought and cut , :; brads £ to 2-inch; » Saddler's . and Cabinet-maker's tacks, black ,;' '-,'. iand tin'd, £ to 2^-inch ; Shoemaker's cast and cut sprigs, £ to $-inch; ? Windle's patent wood-screws* § to 3-inch. HINGES. Extra strong real Scotch T'S, 12 to 24 in...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 November 1848

_TH^ATHUR^'1T}YQGAT.E.| ' J- AT: UIID k %. NOVEMBER' 1 8 v«l 84 8. i Should' ibevriew Land Regulations be put in force', we1 beg-leave .tocall thecattention of the Government and of all parties inter ested, to the consideration of the arbitration clauses pf'th'e' Regulations. ' It-is supposed to be a deaf' fact that very few persons having granted' or; purchased land, can be supplied with the amount 6f, acres to which they are entitled, and that all'such difficulties are to be settled byv arbitration. If our in formation arid'J suspicions regarding the matter be correct,1 there is great reason to expect many cases of arbitration will have to be gone into. We regret this exceed ingly, because' it will bring so very many into collision with one another; and as in most cases of arbitration,, some, party,, will, feel injured, and act accordingly. We re spectfully suggest if ' it would not be well where there is not a sufficient quantity of land to meet the demand of the parties, that th...

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Bay of Islands, New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

Say of Islands, New Zealand. CFrom the Southern Cross,- [Auckland], Oct. 28. J The ATfl»cj/ from the Bay of Islands oh Monday evening, bnngs.us lettera. from several corres pondents, all of which allude in pointed terms to the bearihs: and conduct of the redoubtable Heke, as indicative of his' restlessness, and determination to Bet law and order again at defiance. It is the almost unanimous opinion of those who have known this chief for many yeariB, that he never will be quiet for any length of time together. Ambition is his ruling pas sion, and being* very little under the influence— if not wholly destitute— of upright principle, he does not scruple to seize upon the moat frivolous and unwarrantable pretexts for sup porting his exactions. Some of his old adhe rents disapprove of his present behaviour, and declare that he' must have good cause for assu ming a hostile position before they will yield their sanction and support; but the majority stand in awe of him' and feel that their...

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Poetry. THE WOMAN OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

^oitpjr* ;: TRS WOMAN OP Itm*- ' Sly ?ri& ts s. trosxaa of iaiti3. ,r - . ; - '..As£ Barilla who ex&au&d ijerjt^uajjs, - : Vow'! ihau acvtr 's^sio fiwad id-^sroisiaa ; . . ^Sacilat^aiRseJleceial lumps., *-.V '-,- .„; 'Wi&.'*tca^aUty:'— sjwai— was- combines! ; ,;.Be ei»sr§ed aw teii shillings, aatisaid,- - i.itv^Six; j^ar'^i& is a woaiaa of^iamd.'' ; ^ -j; A^sSfctfa too clever to care hoVrsha looks, *' '~ * * ';---vi PXiidvrai Horrid Wna spertadei ^^rear,: ; - s ??*?' --O364 braise she sapposcs-thsj giro her ? ; .; .?:j j.-.;- A fine n^Ilectual air ; ?!.*,. .\.\ ^..:. .- : - ? ~ ; £JO t j^e psp no regard to appearance, ' . , - ^ And ccmisall'liCTfiroiatliairbihiad, . .-; Kot because she is proud of her forehead,' ' ^ Bat becaise she's a woman of mind. She makes ne a bushel of verse, '? '???'- ' . ; ^ But never spudding or tnrtj : - If ffaint I shinld like one, shevows v fm an. aninal merely; at heart'; v ' ~ - ' ThougoTve ioticed' shespurns not...

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Smith O'Brien. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

?e ncSEiNi .'Smith O'Brien. AT.tw.5^sentT;xab.nierit the following accoiiht of^Mri' fP'Br,iea.[-andj,his- family -msiy--, be read withnnterest. He was born at Dromoland, in the coiVhWof Glace'- ott the l7thrdfjI Octdbe'rH T8O3, 'b.eing. the . .second, son .pf,ir Sir^ ^Edw.ard 0 'ijrien,' fourth baronet C( -who died in ' 1837) \ by the daughter and cor.heiress;. of W.vSmith, Esq. , of Cahirmoyle) county of -Limericki' 'The latter lady was a~yi(|r.y .rich htiress.jf'The i$$'de of this raarriage, in 'addition^ Ho the subje'ptjpf our notice , consisted; , of eight . btheri : childrren; including Sir Lucius,' theeldest son-, 'Edwavd'j born in '180'6.,' 'arid married jtoHhe daugh'teV^bf Massy Dawsbri, Esq:, . late.MJPiJ a ? ..sciwt pf'tlie house of Cremorne ^Robert. borri'in;i -8.09* mar ried to the daughter of Sir AuberydeVere ; the Rev; H. O'Brien;- marriedTo; 'the/daughter of J. Grodley , Esq. ;; Grace/'unip I'rWedlj.^nne, mar ried to. the lley. : A-jMar^eau^jpHarriet, mar ried to the ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1848. Crown Land Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

' !Q '0jt»owi^ Stand Regulations.^ :: u T OtrE reader^ will be; gratifietl tffJoarn that by a notice inrJfa$i,Qov9nnm*nt~GoxeitejM. ,'rTuesday. last.^OSth,) mlM^mm MftWSrnor %k-t directed ? ilifo'ttf *6 tified^ -^'TMt any-.pefsyn'''^ occupation dtCtovfii Lands within the settled districts^ whbpbeforfelTtTCe; srstf/D'ecdmber : heStV1 iiiay riiake.ppliq^ eationit»1'pulrcKiae' atr£ portioffhof -less-tKan 30! i'a'-5r'eS3 thereof, will be permitted ;t6''Occupy-9ii;'tlie same ttfftns.i-* and at' the same .fent^as at 'preseii't?-' the section of whwh^jthfiJandiapplJed^forpforMslpOTfiruntirsbbiupdr tibnjofclaiMbshall' have:been measufedT'and^oiFereddbh;' aaJw arid«ri&6pportunity;;shalli:hayeithu3'been affbrdedi tOibioi- pf^tcquiring, .the^fee simple; j . ' . r . - . ?.'?:,?, u-a .Secjiorisnofslandsof; which; anyportion may ; be re'-V quired for-sile'iilndjer.=the ?termsiof this notice, will not ?? le let under the preemptive tight conferred by clause 16^of«thg&|Jegul^tipns o...

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Origianl Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, Bathurst, Nov. 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

'®vfai\idi- vCw^jjjgri^.iK^.'jr r ?;'( tj b3o«?.tn.'(K. o-Batlmrst^;Koya.'S3,';fl 8.48.-; Sir,— ^-Yottr ?cbrrespondent Sigma ^appear si to be under an erroneous impression1 as1 ~t& the' appomtm'^t^b^th^'iBaciHg^ommi^te^F.^^ ';.;'''' , ThisComjni|t!ee, :was^ ^nbt, asistatedby' SigJia,' self constituted* .but was, appointed -at a iPjublic Meeting, at the ' ''/Black Bull,', last year;. ; If, therefore, the public has any reason to complain of its own election, the remedy is to call another Public Meeting, and appoint a fresh Committee ; and until this is done, the gentlemen who compose the present Committee are entitled to consider themselves permanent. With respect to the falling off in the sub scriptions, I am led to believe it arises from other causes than that assigned by Sigma ; prin cipally, I believe, because many persons have not paid their subscriptipns, not having been asked for them. If Sigma is desirous of taking an active part in the encouragement of the Races, no ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

S^hippittS; XnteHtjieitctf y^ November 15.— CahtonPacket, American £Wp,;papti Sherman, from tho'\VhalihffJGrQuMHi.r. 5'Hf'i 15 ? Juno, barque, vCaptJBarkgvranktlv/:-froni the Whaling Grounds. j;.7x ,'Lla'Jf r.A!/ufj f 16. Kadree, brig^Captl ^ll6n/!fromI'^qnBng, the 13th August. . . , 17. Petrel, schooner, Capt; Gibson, from Geelong the 9th instant. :.*** :l-h^A WXnAfl-* 17. Clarissa, sch'oo'ncr, Capt^Jphnspn, from More ton Bay the lSthriftst&ftt;* -a u-M fe if fi.\ ii vm 17. Tamor, steamer, Capt. Allen,, ffoni Moreton Bay the 15th instant: .?i'JV.n.A '»-\\ '& -vyf? 18. Phcenix, steame^j' Capt/'Wftemarti from the Clarence River the 16th instant. 19. Ajax,, French .ship, Capt'. Letellier,. from the whaling grounds.' ' ') ? .:-^ ??''/? -'jVi ' 20. Alfred; AmericBn schooner, -Capt. Davenport, from :the .Whaling Grounds. . . ,,,,. ? 20-. Swift; schooner^ Capt. Thompson1, from More-;: ton Bay iheil^thiinstaht^! ' '?:?' ' ?''' ' '''' '' ''; ''' , ;-' 21; Blonde? barn ueji O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

We do not identify ourselves with the opinions   of our Correspondents.              

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THE PROPOSED ALTERATIONS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

(From a Supplement to the Government Gazette)   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 15th November, 1848 - Referring to the supple mentary Government Gazette of the 24th De- cember last, His excellency the Governor directs the publication, for general information of the following additional despatch from the Right Honorable the Secretary of State, dated 3 1st July, 1848, respecting the erection of the Port Phillip District; into a separate colony. and certain contemplated changes in the con- stitution of New South Wales, and of the other Australian colonies.     By His Excellency command E. DEAS THOMSON.

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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

Impounded. Mudqek.— On the,3rd of Npyehiber7,i0Jt8,Jfrpin, ,Jh* estate of William .Lawsp'nVlEsq,,Bumbjir»|:^O^e(''(3Ark brown yearling colt.^apparently'uncut'.^wn'Holstar the forehead, ?ineaV'hlha^etlocK wliifej' b'|f!'foVfi!fe.tloefc ' white, apparently uriUrandtd. ' T)ay b'f s^eTSSthiinst. ? At HARTLEy . ; pii;the ^M bf NpVynb^r-;^D^i, Medlaws Grilky!s V— Onte'cKe^HUt'norse, snip.Tiilf'way . down the face,i:tswitcH¥4if^'Q: oyeV'S pn^ihe near' :.. ..; ;?.'.:.? -.'»,-.c- t p.-rj :,;:-)*-.. xi,-;;a i-y-i..i?''jJu-r--. shoulder , aged ,. about:.- 1 3 ,hand3l high , .damagefsj i^l 5i; One Black horse, 5h9rt;s.witchtail(-very-sma^lr s^ir'oft the* forehead, 'MPfdn;.the-near;shpuldeE; aged .-.abbatJi 5 ' hands high, damage* 15s. : One bay:inare-'3witeh;taii; snip :half,way/ dowa;, the face, aa.'indescrjJileHbranrt somewhat resembling:aii:F, onilie near Bhoulder 5'Ii'A. conjoined over an indescrible brand somewhat^escrrt bling an F on the off shoulder, aged,. a;baydjo(SeJfoifl by her side,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

,? .Bopft Fflg^g. --, pn ,§attttday ,, ,theT I lth ,instant, ; ,the body .of ^mari.jwas,' fomid.'irji Mblprig- Creek,' by two of the, abbrigiriesVit was0 in!1 a! -very 'advanced state of: decoiijpdsitioii-fah'd trtippbsedHb'haye been in the water' about three; wee'k3.,ii'(Itiappeared, -from a discharge : found on^ him,; thafth^ahad, been. employed at,Major General Stewart's, as a bullockTdriver, by^tlie nanie of I'atrictpahpI^V;13^1^^1'1^:'^^;1'''^.115111--'-^-. .''' ' ' : ;;.;A;Sales!1.:fe3r; vflLuctioriy' \,[:!-' ;/;; : Iffiessrs. SSiOJMEAW «St. AS2Sa Are instructed to Sell ;by Public Auction, at ^Arthur's ?:.-.. .- .; : : iYar.ds;.-:--'.--.-,; f; ? ~.:..r., . ..-' On MONDAY NEXT, the 27th Instant, at Noon,!, T|OOUR HUNDRED FAT EWES, in prime con ,,.jSj-' dition and fit for the butcher. . Are instructed by the proprietor (who is declining the business of Tanner) to dispose of by Public Auction, on the premises, corner of Russell and Bentinck Streets, on FRIDAY, the 1st of December...

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IRELAND. Arrest of Mr. Smith O'Brien. TIMES Office, Monday, August 7, 5.30. A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

'Wj^.^^^^ TiatB8lOn1ceJ!Mbna'av,'Augusli ?7v-5''3&7''a!'m. THX'^^5»l.SATT^BD^Y~iifi(3)^T.;^ji!-his ^evening, at eight o'clock, '^r.»,Smitni.;p.-,Bn^n-YaS; arrestqd in.the town of Thurlqa,}just'^as; h& \?as cpn.$$ .point.pf^leaving; for limerick^ -The' arrest 'Was' made .without .the Blightest resistance!,, either, on ^ thov p.art, ,of ; the prisoner or the people, ,auditb,e.infatuated rebiel -chief is now, on his way to Dublin.; :: He ;was.rec6ghised;in passing through the principal. 8treet:pr':0?Kurles^ by.^-:- liulme, a guard in the employ) of jtneu Great- Southern. and. .Western Jldil way Company ;v-)Mhu CVBrien: askedhim 'the way to v the railway station, and Hutriie having 'answered him the question, .-imme'diatcly-sarit a soldier off for rein Vcements. He himself followed Mr. O'Brien to the vation. ' On arriviiig th ere.'Hr. O^Brien asked for a ?'ond class ticket'to Limerick, the price of v which he P*^. His manner ;was so ! embarrassed that the clerk 'Ojed it,...

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European Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

European Intelligence.     English news to the 29tH of July, inclusive, has Arrived at Port Philip by the Nelson, and the papers received by the overland mail of 21st Nov. contain a number of extracts, from which we have selected a few; of the most in- teresting. The intelligence which has reached Sydney direct is ten days later than this, but   there are some items of intermediate news with which we were not before acquainted.

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To the Editor of The BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, Nov. 23. 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

To the Editor of The Bathorsx Advocate. Bathurst. Nov. 23, 1848. Sir, — If my opinions, or ' notions' of a pub lic question are so utterly untenable, as a num ber of your correspondents consider them to be, I am at a loss to account for the great trouble they give themselves. I have heard of some people wishing1 to be delivered from their friends. Whether the squatters are in such a condition in reference to their advocates in general I know not ; but of this I feel assured, they have done the cause more injury than otherwise. ' ' .'. ; ';;'/ \;,;/;: ;; '':;;';; \ : When,,,'; A Plebeian' next addresses you, either on this, or any other Bubject, I- hope he will follow a little bit. of advice, which1 1- offer with perfect good'willj' and trust1 he will! accept ? it/iyitiijtj^ your.R,riee.Qrdr^Aeye^ lives-';: leaye'j y ojir'J readers Ktq- doythiiBjt/if;;- your ^t^'a'^d^aVgumients'read^therelo^an^^^ w i t|i joyjosn ' PPPoneftC ^yer ^let'! the! woria^eb. that-A!ou;Iareiangriyjwith:him.'r...

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BEGINNING OF THE INSURRECTION, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

BEQINNINO OF THE INSURRECTION, Under the above alarming heading the Water' ,/ord Chronicle has the following -. 'The first of the rebellion, may. almost ^ be said to have commenced- .Soldiers are march ing and cotmterm'drchinE^b'ulfi'es'are stfiindit'ig' rumpurs, are .flying tli^ugl^to^yn jpf. t^[^n(o(§t/ exciting^nature^despatchessare.^ io\ir 7-br 'two 'calculatedMtpjialdrm ,^thev people.^ No| less [ tlian ; tWent^ftVe^famllie^ from t th i*s = n eighbb iiriioo'd -Tef t yesterday ;ih' the ?72oke/steara.- er for Bristol. , ,Families.,,are,..leaving _.Carrick and the other tow^sin^Jus neighbourhood very quickly. . It has beeh.repor'ted about town to day, that-sdme'of the nld'st'extensiveestablish mentJj;iri- this city are' about stoppings and that all' hands will be discharged. If so, it will entail ruin on the poor families of the artizans. In Car rick the people are terribly excited; there is nothing spoken of but war, the armament is progressing very rapidly. There can no longer be...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

Police Office.   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17.— Before the Police Magistrate. Ann Smith and William Bell, pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness and were each ordered to pay ten shillings,be locked up for twenty-four hours. Ellen Barter and Ellen Field, two ladies of easy     virtue, were charged with drunkenness and with being common prostitutes; they were ordered to do pen— ance in the shape of hard labour,under the direction of Mr. Chippendale; the one for six weeks, and the other for fourteen days.   MONDAY-Before Capt.Sutherland, J.P. William Earle, charged with drunkenness and ob- structing a constable in the execution of his duty, was admonished and discharged.         Thomas Brien, Mary and William Pattison, were each fined for drunk and disorderly conduct. TUESDAY-Before the Police Magistrate.     James Flinn and Catherine Hayes pleaded guilty to &am...

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(No. 133.) Downing street, 31st July, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

(No. 133.) Downing-streetvM Sir, — I. I have t6-«ektt(6wledge:yotfl1^I)tf3«*; spatch. No. 3, of 'the1'' 6thKJanuary^laatil»iH'^w which you report the stejia Which3 you hsaf!afc£n'!!; to collect the opinions 6f 'th'eri cbmrniiftitf riv&tfw which you preside, in relationito th'e'niea&uj'eii^' proposed by me in my'des'p^tcn1 of '' 3is^ii'\i\fp'^ 1847. and also No. Sl.^f tH^^ai3Pebriiiar^« last, enclosing a petition' frotn^ala'fge^Wui^b'df w of the householders ana/inriabitWnta-of ;Sydh^fi'5 and its vicinity, deprecating'any^gna^e^ih the^' constitution of the colony 'whic'K1Ei]b'air^ot'-)AVW'l-' received the previous sanction of the cblOni*t^'f at large. ' :/ ;: ':_:;j^ ?.p -ihi -^nuq »-:ij. 2. I can only repekt!/'my;'Iexpre9sioini!«:;6^^ sorrow for the calamitous'everiii ;-whicK*Ten-l{^ dered you unable to give that perBohalattentio'ii'Jf which you would otherwise have Keen-'aVixibuV^ to devote, to the consideration of these' impbY-'^' tant subjects, and, at the same ti...

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