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To the Editor of lite Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

To the Editor of lite Hawkesbury Courier Sin,-Among tlie various wants èx. p'-rieiic'd ¡iv a newly established colony, ttut ol' roads forming a communication be tween the unrkets, and those who supply ttit*'ti, Maud foremost in point of importance an ii immediate utility, and as theinhabi- , Luits penetrate imo the interior, this want still follows them, and the greater the fa frtillroaTtJfor ecttf ei^jpyèr îtt jnrighbopr&ood, aodjQ' to alai^Jjódy pf fgtleq^bj Wp widely «s» tended ao|«sull, extending, sçttleineot ot Ihefärrajcpig-. juditha reads forming tlie line of communication, pen in no place be of* worse ^depcuptjpn. That. the roads communicating ,wi^n Windsor aré generally ' 'bad, appears . from tap notices you hare frequently made pf them', but heretfaey - are notpnly had but dangerous, and ¿hose who traverse them with teams .do it liter elly àt the risk of life ; many are the acci dents which could ha recounted that hare happened to the inhabitants within the last tw...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ during tiie troubles in ihe iiniii ^iéies'^:i5rs1|#^ét^iàpel|iS s^r|Ktrt. ^i^^gutiiÄi^t^f J| ambition, fel^njí^p.herself'ls, w as mïieû, $&JÜ0áifo$¿ fell*** tbat Ui.^;^^Tp^^^'mtf^ fi» bis brew-bouse. Pleased with ber bea thy, handsome face» the brewer raist her lo the position of h's servant-tim to that of his wife-abd 6nally to iii of lils widow, with ;- a handsome .^dowr She cngä^ed Mr, fí^de4, then celebrate as:M^jever" lawy^r^ to settle son puzzling matters for her ; and as h own money matters happened to be, ni only' 'puzzling, but in À very hopele: state 'Just'then, he proposed to the ric widow, and married her. Mr. Hyd became lord Chancellor and Earl < Clarendon. The only daughter oftli marriage became the wife of James til Second, and mother to Princess Mar and Ann ; and so the poor tub tooma ended her life as Countess of Clarendor wife to the Lord Chancellor of I'nglanc and Mother to one, and grandmother t two Queens of England.-Our Actr¿s...

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An Odd Dog. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

"f ^CONTINUED THOM OtJa LAST.] ** He is awake, lo be sure, and ha jiUt his icnife into them ]" cried a voici . that I easily recognised for the old goat herd's. " Fling the door open, and al ^fire into the room at once." î held my breath, and drew mysel T*ftp yet closer lo the « all. In the «tex ^moment the door was violently forced back by one sudden and uni;ed effort a volley of carbines was discharged right into the chamber, and the whole part j rushed in with sb touch vehemence, pushing and hustling each other, that the lamp-bearer was tumbled to the ground, and in hts fall crushed the lamp ^to pieces. ^; ?*? Never mind, iads/' shouted the old "goatherd ; throiv the shutters open throw the shutters open.'' . vWifh more zeal than prudence they ! /dall rushed to obey this order. I could %ear therh cursing and tugging in the dark at the bars, and, laking advantage ojofthis happy 'opportunity, I darted out vof the room, and bolted thc door behind yme. The necessity for speed would n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

THE Hawkesbury Trade. JZg£r^ fTlHE fine fast Balling; ,¿dÉBfefe» 1 schooner VIXEN, T&Zßpffimj\ ¿O Tons, Winter, master is tSsSËSÉSSai now laid on for the Hawkes bury, BS a U vular Trader, louclitng-at'Gosford. Brisbane Whaler, to and from Sydney. ' For Freight or Passage, npplv to 'thomas brennand, 15 ', George-street, Sydney ; or to Mr. Burtie Windsor. THOMAS BRENNAND. April 14,1845. [A CARD j Mr. Plaistowe, ? : E©Eaïï<5HO,@I&, WINDSOR. Office at Mr. Laban White's, near the Court House. Notice. rpHE Inhabitants of Windsor, Rich X. mond, Wilberforce, and Pitt "Towu, and of the Disti ice ot the I tun kesburv generally, are requested to meet at Mr. Coffey's I intel, Aiudsor, «n MONDAY, the ¿8th ol' Apnic., Instant, at the hour of 'J'wo o'clock in th» «fier noon, for the purpose of establishing an Agricul tural Association. lt. FITZGERALD. F. UEDOl.K. Windsor, April ll, 18*5. H A WKESBUR F. Subscription Races. AM BETING will be held at Mr. \ Blanchard's, Whil...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

" **D :.? jv - "GEiVERÂL PiaftTING OFFICE, Y ËlTEflUPRKSS. 'PRINTINö. of íieatness'and dispatch, jai Sydney prices,,; »lamelyiljatv'ForniSjüin iieatU,Cards ¿nd" Labels, Circulars. Posters and Handbills/ Sit, &c, &c. . ?'' ' ,¡ ECQüIßED NEWSPaPEßS of tlie following dales : -May 2Í, 'and November 7.1844, of The Australian .Daily Jpjtrnai ; November 6,18j$£ of The .y§y$fey*AiOpting< HferalU ; aui^Nnvptnber 1844, pf 7^Àe Mornf&g''Chronicle\ for -.«^isli^ii^sSbiUin^^ wijj be giv«a at "the Hawkesbury Courier Office, ?

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE.     MÜNDAV, AiMW, 7.^-Brtrore rjîs Honor the ¿Chief Justica,-.Owen Moriarty was found guilty of having burglariously en. te i ed the .dwelling bouse ,of; one »Patrick Li hy, on the 16th of January last, and -stolen therefrom/sundry anieles of wearing .apparel. &c. He was an old offender, abd àenteucèdtô1»etraftijpoytéd foFÎSyëali.^ Mary Ann Bourke, convicted of conceal ing the birth of a child, was sentenced to . two years' imprispument' in Parramatta gaol. ' -;, . .. '..Jg lienry )9iH ,and John Brown, convicted xif stealing on the 24th Dec. last sundry tread of cattle* the property ot' Mr. Hamil ton Hume» of Yass/were severally sentence .year«* transportation. TUESDAY, APRIL 8. xVilliam Blackall,Charles Hudson, John Castles, and John Batchelor, '/were cou Sricted of 1>reak ng into the «tore of th« Government Hospital, at Port Macquarie, and stealibg' therefrom sundry property ;hplpnging;to the Crp<vn {.Ca...

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AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

ATTillî COLONIA L TREASÜRY.SYDN fcY lue ujwet price cf each lot is .£ 5 per section of - 610 .acres,,,... ;S.Ï 1, Brisbane, 120 > ac'es,-perítlj «nnatned, ¡it the confluence of Pago's Creek with die Hun - tera's Hiver. ? % 2 fl^ili4im^;.6#4../tieras| 'garish "bht.rjied, at Bell'« Cfetik.n^rtr ftlóbnum. . *"* ' , '*" 3 Durlium, C40 acres, pinith 'ûniififtièd, Ht Bell's Crept, near Klooiiam *".; ;'<: 4 ¿Murray, CtO aorta, pansb uunained; ut Mer rjg'"- ', ? '?' v ó 5 -.Murray, 640 acres,psiUib uim<iued4 nt M er igin- -j. ..-r 6 Alurray, 64 J acre vpaA«li unnamed, at Mer. "KWJ!..- ;'-.V,îr, '-. :". ' ? 7 Camden, '64 ) i'fi es,-, parish unnamed, at Nattv!.;Uiver, .-. " '" J'iu" 8 Camden, £4V-icres, parish uhiiaraiS/ near Bimlow, Bürrig'tiing. 9 üeo'giánóiTüü acres, parish utinaniwl, u.-ar Copperhauia. . ¿ ? '? ' ? * " : ' íflí" tO Vine*nt, 7dJ bores, parish unnaoniJ, nt Conjuring {.alp. ll Couk, J to J acres, -p irish unnamed, at Coduoiba. : . IS Ba hurst, IdOO a...

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Windsor Police. TUESDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

Windsor ¡ Pólice. TiJESDA*. At»BIL 15» ¡ " Before William Cox, Esq. J. P., L. D. Witaker, Esq.. J.P., and Capt. ScandU, J P -Mary Sherrard, holding a ticket of-leave was brought np to answer the complaint of Catheriue Fowler fdr an assault. Catherjnb Fowlerdeposed-that the prisoner Came to her place on Monday night and asked lo light her p.pe, which witness refused to ¡et her do, on which slit? commenced. abusing her and challenged her out to fi^ht ts well as two other, women who were .standing by; she then CBttie iip to witness und struck her a violent blow on the eye and knockad her down, and then again sttuck her. Sarah Cox gave evidence corroborating (he last witness's story in all its points The prisoner called no witness's.-Sen tenced to seven days* solitary confinement in the cells. John Lehane appeared on summons, at the instance of Mr. M'Donald, of Pitt Town, ¡orillegally impounding his entire horse; Mr. M'Douahl deposed-that he turned out his horse on the evening of the 30...

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Butter Making. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

Watter Making. j THE following are portions of Professor Traill's " Experiments and Observa tions on the production of Butter," to milich1 wëtfl)ùdedinourjas^publication . TUE produce of ihie [dairy forms so im« < pönatit ^ bi'äiich of i agtàeuUûrâl indus irv» it appSârà'^sûrpHsIng hb^v jfew attempts liaye bi?én tëjàije.itt. wiv^fgatr; Mtíie comparative />néi;)u/)^-J|^fë^;fne "'"'. ,|lio.ds, cmploytíd in various.' pljices, for ; ^liutj,production ,pf bu uer and cheese. The qualities of tliegearticièsflre kuqwri *lo d:tfer tgefAfy'fá^pf bWn'coúntrv,íyét each distnei-haï^gpni/on for b»^4¡|e v . nods io fo^owjtis^j^.ii 'j(i0I^Ê^mW This is a proof either of the want of any ; '"''^««dApYincip^tb'girid«^^^!^ prác-r, tice of these importait ^cono^c'srl phferí ráhónsy or of their.'"?be'jô^ tiffeírto'Wh to' 'the mBjorlty of farmers. " The subject long jég'j¿a¿e3-, thé alten . \ioh oÇ thí? late eminent Drf perard, of Liverpool,, ánel myself, ahd Jfor: several, yearjç,- especiall...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY APRIL 17, 1845. AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

^¿Ihave, from the commencement of our >&IM»^^ adr j >c^^...ihé,í|^cá1tatí|l interests ofetbe " ^ètùâ^tôi^v''tibd''.that ws have pot begn thought desirous to do so at the expense bf* *$ha¿ very essential hranch of Rational 4»T ^us^-^rDiuetm.. Y^WeT-.have written * 3under the firm oonwcíion that the reaj -and substantial wealth and importance of at "Ration arie derived from, "and supported by ^ts .agricalture ; it is, in fact, the surest rtest of civilization ; for "where that an is "not practised, barbarism is foand tp exist.: . . . ~" It is " says an intelligent French writer, '** a due attention to ^agriculture that gave. , «rise ip the greatness, wealth, and power of »England.'*' ' The soil has always been con -. Mdered the most productive and endurable source of wealth ; and the rulers of nations 1have drawn, therefrom, their chief imposts.. "?t has 4jeen asserted, that üi-.glaud owes' lier wealth -and sta ion, among nations/ , Gainly to her commerce ; but it has be...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

South Australia, _~- j "Some of the natives" (says the HKGISTKR) ! -we know »ot on what grounds-are «peuking of Ciptain Stuart's return during the next moon. Of this, we have heard tu j several directions, but it is, we presume, ' bare conjecture " j On th« I'J'h March, Mr. Solomon offered j foy public sale,Hmong the various and well- j selected goods imported per Dorset, «bout ! six hundred loaves of Sydney lefiueUsugar. The quality was good; bnt owing to the ¡ate arrivals of this article, a portion only i found buyers :;t 6:1 per lb.-thu remainder nein* bought in at 5|d. Thu revival of Emigration to South Au stralia was certain. The following docu ment lind been addressed by the Laad and Colonization CoiBin'ussiouers to the various Colooi^d Landauf 9. Park-street, Sm,-1 am rîïrâcted Thy the Co1pn)aj fjind and Boilgratíbii CoU^«!bfi^;'t»'ae^tt)iii>t y JU, that a liwitted.íutn of money ha* been placed at ihair disposal for the purpose of aiding.'¿ml&íXiofáá South Wosïrâli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, wa sra)© «DIB* LETT ER- PR HS S PRINTING of every description performed will» lieatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely. Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars Posters and Handbills, &c, &c, &c. REQUIRED NEWSPAPERS of llie following dates :-May 24, and November 7, 1844,of The Australian Daily Journal ; November 6, 1844, of The Sydney Morning Herald ; and November ?), 1844, of The Morning Chronkh, for which One Shilling pach. will be given at the Hawkesbury Courier Office.

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Cape [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Cape i the scho^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H h a^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H to the 18th l^^^^^^^^^^^^H S. ^^^^^^^^^H arrived vl^^^^^^^^^^H Shc^^^^^^^^^f mouth on the lodi Deccn^M^^^^H Table Bay had been, for severaïT^^ previous to thc 12ih of February, filled with vessels of all descriptions, to a greater extent than was ever known in time of peace ; great numbers were from Ichaboe, and many were about to proceed to Malagas, in Saldanha Bay, j for guano. Government, it was reported, j had discovered another large deposit ol this valuable manure, besides smaller I ones in accessible positions along the coasts of the Cape Colony. A Meeting of the Griqua Chiefs was held on the 21st January last, at ! Block Drift, the residence of the Dip- ¡ lomalic Agent, Strolch, for the purpose of ratifying the new treaty or engage ment, submitted to them by the ! Lieutenant-Governor of Port Victoria, relative to this matter, which there is reason to hope will put an end to the Caííer disturbances, the i-ouTu Arm-. CAN of thc...

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Anniveraary OF THIS CONSECRATION OF THE SYDNEY SYNAGOGUE.—PUBLIC DINNER. (From the Commercial Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Anniveraary OF THIS CONSECRATION OF THE SYDNEY ßYNAGOGUli.-PUBLIC DINNER. (From the Commercial'Journal.) " THE Jewish nation presents a most interesting- subject for the meditation of a serious mind : a helpless race of men whom all nations have endeavoured to extermi: nate, subsisting1 during- ages of unrelenting persecution ; and thoug-h dispersed overfall the surface of the world, pursuing- every where their own customs and religious rites, connected with each oilier by the community of sentiments, of antipathies and pursuits, yet separated by a wonderful destiny from the general mass of mankind. Their preservation as a distinct people is indeed an event unparalleled in the annals of the world. What has become of those celebrated empires whose very name still excites our admiration hy the idea of greatness attached to them, and whose power embraced the whole surface of the known world ? They are only remember: ed as monuments of human greatness. Greece and Rome are no more. Their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

TERMS. !'fti HAWKESDI'IIV roüntp.n will continué to fte pub. lishad eve y Tkursd'ty morning, in Windsor and Richmond, und forwarded to all parts of tits Country. Hie terms of SÜBSCIUPTION are 5s per Quarter ; and fiubscribirs not resident in either oj the above towns must pay in advance. The quarters end on the lust Thursday in the months of March, June, September and Dc emite', on which dayson'y or previous totkefallowing Monday can resignation be receive I, which must be accom,iuni.d by pay ment f all monies due. he ch <rges for A DVEHTISEM ENTS arc: For t't first inch 3s. ; and for every inch oj s»ace after ul thc rate of \s /Wench insertion ; a dthinutn. ber ol' tim s t» be ¡ wilished must be written on the fare rf thc m-inuscri;it, or the advertisements will bi continued title unter manded,. Son-subscribe » must fay thc amount previous to the inttrtion of their advertisements, nh ch must be sent before twelve o'clock v ion, on ]\'edncsdau> and o den to withdraw vo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Notice. f»Y iNSrUUimOKTllECBÏVED FROM THE Titusriifis IN IHE ESTATE OF WILLIAM SIMS BELL, MU. LABAN WHITE will submit to Public Competition, at Mr. John Town's, jun , sign of (he u Woolpack inn," North Richmond, on THURSDAY, the 15TH MAY NEXT,at 12 for 1 o'clock, " A'l drat moiety or half part of that piece or . arcel of land known r.s Pheasant Farm, and situate at atula rave Place, and adjotninj: the Fa m of Elias ÜUhop.at Ilicbtnond Mill, as thu same was conveyed to Archibald Bell," " All that piece or parcel of L'lid it> our said 'IVrritorv, containing-, by ndmeasuremt-nt. Sixty Acres ( be the srme more or 1- ss,)*ituated in the County of Cooli and paiisli unnamed, at KUT» jon», near Tnbraga, bounded on the South by William Se lle's Farm. East forty-six chains, fifty ; links from the road to Byrnes |fnim : on the East by part of I3vrr.es Farm. North filiet-n chains ; on the North by a line West twenty eight chains to Orr Douglas Farm, the remainder j of the North by Orr Dougla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

PRHnuslTeis and (ixed Tet, even this ready com« ?^??íTíce, did nol secure for me better treatment. The sergeant of the party, thinking il right, no doubt, to model himself upon the example of his su perior, affected on the sudden to fancy I intended lo escape, and, under this pre »ext, ordered me lo be handcuffed, when having thus deprived me of every chance of defending myself, he freely exercised in's halberd on my back and shoulders. As the sun was getting high, and (lie road was both rough and billy, Í felt well nigh exhausted long ere the dav's march was over, and when at length we reached the posada, a little before nightfall, I was allowed no better fare than bread and water. Two days more of equally pleasant travel brought us eventually to Madrid. Here, thought i, my innocence must be speedily made known, and my torments in consequence have an end. But ii seems 1 had reckoned with very little knowledge of Spanish justice, her pace being slower, and her ways even more E* "\ u...

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From the Gazette. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

From the Gazette. LAND SALE. - At the Colonial Treasury, Sydney, on Thursday, the 15th day of May, at lileven o'clock. TOWN LOT?. (Upset price £8 per acre.) 1. Carcoar, ir., two roods, allotment Ne. 3 cf section 10 2 Carcoar, 2r, two roods, ulhtment No. b of section 16 3 Carcoar, 2r, two roods, allotment No. 5 of section 18 4 Carcoar, lr, tvro rooJs, allotment No. G of section 1ft (Upset price £.'5 per nero.) 5 Parram it ta, lr 27p, one rood aid twenty» seven perches, alloimenl No. 5 ' ot" section 26 ! 6 i'arraimtta, lr í'üp. one rood and twenty, j eight perches, allotment No. SI of section 26 I (Upset prier« ¿£Q per acre.) j 7 Bathurst, o roods, allotment Mo t of sec ; tiou o I 8 Bathurst, 2r, two roods, alloîm jnt No. 2 of section 3+ 9 Bathurst, 2r, two roods, allotment No- 3 of sectien S t 10 Haihurst, 2r, tiro roods, allotment No. 4 of section 34. 11 Bathurst, 2r., two roods, allotment No. 5 of sec ion 34 12 Bathurst, ir., two roods, allotment No. 6 of section 34 13 Bathurst, 2r...

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Butter Making. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST. SERIES 2. Comparative Quantity of Butter yielded by [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Butter Making. ! [CONTINUED FROM ou ii LAST. SERIES 2. 'Comparative Quanlily of Uniter yielded iii/. No. Ï. Sweet cream churned alone. No. 2. Sweet milk and its cream clin med .together. No. 3. Sour cream churned alone, i No. 4. Sour milk and its cream .churned together. No. 5. Scalded cream, or Devon shire cream, churned alone. On the 24th May, 1807, the milk of four cows was drawn in the same vessel, passed through a strainer, and then di vided into five portions of six Unglish pints each, which ifcere placed in simi lar basins of earthenware, in a milk house, the temperature of which ranged, from 55 ° to CO 0 Pahr. Monday, 25vh.-The temperature of the air was very hot, 76 ° ; but that of tlie milkhouse, by constant evaporaron ?of water, was kept about 60 0 . Tuesday, 26ih»-Thirty-nine hours after the milk had been drawn from the cows, it was removed from below the cream of No. 1 and No. 3, by a siphon ; and we immediately began to churn the cream of No. I, and the milk «nd cream ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Kolo ^weal IrnTbe extremely proble BHÜrThe question then we would ask is, whether thc Farmers-comprising tho most essential class in thc colony, have a right to complain of being left to bc plundered by merciless monopolists, and compelled to sell their produce for less than they have expended in its production, in order to keep moving the machine which they have set in motion under very differ ent expectations ? We have no hesitation in admitting that right, and they have themselves asserted it ; but to what pur pose ? Merely to be told, that if they do not find Agricultural pursuls answer their expectations, they had better turn their attention to some more profitable specula tion. And who arc they that thus reply to such justifiable complaints ? Why the very parties by whom the complainants have been induced to engage in husbandry ; ge as it Vere cajoled them ?Tor acres rendered worth* ?conditions under which !, have not been fulfilled ; v farthing the çurchas sed is expended in ...

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