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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

*.450&crmnrnt ©'AiMf. Tl*lsi»at, M^ncn 17. IMPOUNUINGS. At Scono, on the 5th March, 1S.V;, from 'Konn&n's '?C»*®ek »Br«ndle and white bullock, 41) near shoulder. ? off COT slit ; red aud white bullock, 4D near shoulder* near car croon -d . red bullock, strawberry face, WIR off romp, 2 off shoulder ; wh'te bullock, red checks, H T off libs, 0 off cheek; red bullock, like JT over 4 near rump *, rei and white bullock, like PIS or DB off rump, 4 ou shoulder; yollow jnd whise bu lock, IN near ribs, IDE or DB off ruiup, t off shoulder; red and white bul lock, like diamond near tthouldcr and ribs, KG near rump, near ear marked ; red and white bullock, O near shoulder and ribs, illegible brand nearribs, off horn broken, off ear slit ; r*d aud white bultoclc,- like O over \VY oft' ribi, near ear marked; red steer* M off rump and ribs ; rod heifer, G.M or CM -off ribs, bine and white bull calf at foot unbranded, -J month? old; red and white heifer, like 03 off rump; 0 over .'3...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL BUSINESS. M'DOUGALL v. HUMPHREY AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL BUSINESS. M'DODaALL V. IJUMl'ItnEY AND ANOTHER. On Tuesday and Wednesday this cnuso occupiod tlio Court. Tho trial was long and tedious, and interesting only to lawyers and tho friends of tlio -parties interested The facts of the plilntiff 's ca-o Wtro stutcd in our Iob issue. Tho facts put forth In ovidonco for tho dofenco by Messrs. Frcoman, Dowo, Woodhouse, nnd Christian, went to establish a i.rior oceupat on of tho run b, the defendants, and a legal right to dopasturo sheop and cattlu thereon. The address or Mr. Isaacs for tlio dofunce occupied two hours In do-lvery. On the following day, John Eales, CliarlesiIIumphroy, nnd Frederick Porrior, woro examined, all of wuorn gave evldenco in favour of .tho defendants. The Attornoy Gcnoral replied. His Iionor summed up, and tho jury roturnod a ver dict for tho plaintiff. Damages £400. CHAPMAN V. OANTWELL. This was a caso of broach of contract. Tho plaintiff had bought 600 bushels of corn which Wero not de...

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JONATHAN AT HOME.—UNDER THE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

JONATHAN AT HOME.— UNDER THE WATER. u Our enterprising neighbours** is an appellation by which our Republican friends aro often distinguished. And truly thoy have good right to it, for it would bo difficult lo fix any limit lo their field of speculation and advonture, or to say where their *' go-n-hcau sp rit and thirst for#ain will not lead theui. Wherevor gold or silver is likely to be found, or dollars to he added to their former piles, or a go«-d chance for 41 swapping' their endless variety of notions for something better, thoro will some of Jonatbau's numerous family be surely found. No obstacles teem to deter' them; neither the wintry storms and icebergs of tbo frigid zones, nor tho burning suns and deadly diseases of 'the torrid, nor tbe perils of tho most outlandish and savage countries daunt their courage or check their ardour and perse verance. We find them scouring the seas and traversing tho re gions of either hemisphere, ready for expeditions north or south, east or we...

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WALKER'S POSITION AS PROTECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

WA'LKElfS POSITION AS PROTKCTOR, One of the dUnnpninted volunteers in Walker's army arrived in *Now York, gives his impressions in tho fol lowing extract : — Tho Spanish population of Oranndn, which before Walker's protection amounted to lf-vut)f), can scarcely f number now 20D, native families : a'l the rest have emi grated and'Joinod Rivas, and Walker possesses now Just ns much territory ns the fct of his soldiers can occupy ; and when ho offers so liberally 'froc farms to deluded foreign emigrants, ho is llko the Devil when ho once offrred to give away r.U'the kingdoms of tho world. Wit ker, 1 must say, is neither % Turenne nor a M.ih sena. Somo of his friends nay, in a whisper, that nature hnfi refused him the most ordinary degree of courage ; but he bus all tho skill and talonl of Cartouches (a cele brated thief and highwayman of the la. t century.) His ?decrees' to the effect of ro-fHtablishing Alavory and the slave'trade in Nicarngtm wero concocted with tho distin guished Fra...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE ART OF KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

LADIES' COLUSm. THIS AUT OP KISSING. ot a rKortdflun. 'Much liai \H»cn written iu ihls age. About onjoylne ki^ae* j And tnnny a word-cimmollod p«gc, Hai liorftlderi their blisses. But thorc arc1 thoso vrho Imve )*et to Ic&rn, Tlikt kinainp is mi n»t ; , ?Tlint tho' tho lips broatho words tlnt'burn ' More brightly in tho henrt. , Those words with Battory may bo «reath«], And from the BWcetost nnille. Wo BometimrB Ond nil rnsenco breatViod Thnt filli tho hoart with guile. 'But word, enhallowed with a kisj. Will no'er allure from duty ; ? It is the linrbinger of'Miss — A typo of Angel buanty. The seal of friendship, 'love, end truth, A glory beaming flowar, 'J o p lint tnrtli-lifo from earliest youth, With many n hippy hour. There aro kiBBos of many a k:nd I And somo oxcite our wonder, And in such ono- wiro sure to find A sort of pop.jjun thunder ; Anothor kind is given forth. Like pipo stemi sudden cracking; ?Whilo others sound ns if their worth Was thought to bo in smacking. ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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EXTRAORDINARY DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

EXTRAORDINARY DEATHS. Tho New York Herald relates the following circum stances attending the death of a highly respected physician : — 11 Dr. James H. Bogardaa, of Kingston, Ulster county, i N. Y., dtod at the Ohrard House, on bunaay, alter u very short illness, under bingu'ar circumstances. The decouacd was about 42 years old, of tbe highest rospectabiiity, nnd ranked tbe first in his profession in tho county in whioh he resided. For about two years be had been engaged to Miss Isabolla Hamilton, a young lady, also a resident of Kingston, aud ou two occasions days were fixed for their nuptials, on eaoh of which a death presented a barrier to the consummation of their wishes. On the former instance, tbe death of his bro ther's child rendered a postponement of tho day of their contemplated marriage necessary, and both the doctor and his uffianced bride nttonded the funeral. On the Becond ocoasion'fixed for their»union, Mi-s Hamilton's sifter lost a child, and again they both attended ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. C/Losr Karuinq. — *' Ta'kiug nbout gotting a g« od doil out of a piece of bind.' oxcUimed Simpson, ' why, J bought au acra of old Iloss, up at Qooso Fair, aud pUiiied ono aero with point ««8, aud 'toiber with corn and ? ?' ' ftop a bit ,u«iid a listener, 11 1 thought you siiid you bought ouly one »»cro ! ' 11 8j I dm,' roiurited Simp«on, ' but dou't you aoe, 1 fctood it Upon end, aod planted both sides of if.' Lamb, and Oystkk Pik. — Charles Iacnb, having tttkeu hii ai ac in a crowded ouinibui, a stout gentleman looked in, and politely u**kod,'AU full Inside ?' 'I don't know how it un*y be with the othor pasAcngerp,*, answered Lamb* ' hue that last piece of oyster pie did tbe budince* for me !' Confihmed Khkukattrm. — A poor woman, who had Attended Hevvral contirintitions, was at length recoguii-ed by tho biHbiq ?. '? Pray, have I not neen you here before? said hi* lordwhip. ' Yes,' replied tbo woman, 'I got me c-mfiimed m - f tu aa I eau . they tell mo it iB good for...

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LADIES' COLUMN. REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. 'REVIEW. (From the Economic J The CoMMUNiOK'or Laxroua: A Second Lecture on the Social Employment of Worncu. Mid. J ameson, 'Longman-fit Co. Tnxus ore many subjects concerning 'the dolly traffic andimercuursc or maukmd in which thinkers ami states men seem only required to arrive approximately at tho ' truth. Them to aiv\..\\s something lo-t by the obnerranco of a falim ptitK'ipIc or tho non- recognition of a right one -*-but- in (those mutters, when an error is discovered and 'proved, men simply move onwards thankful to thoso who have shown them tho w;iy, and forgetful ol the many floundering*! and mii akes which their leader* have 'pro. bably gone through before arr ving nt the' right iounv 'Thore aro other subject*} again, und- generally thoso 'which stflVct us moro intimately, which will not bmr 'this rough treatment; the golden mean .muBt be hit upon at ouce, or they I..II into disrepute ; the slightest exaggeration exposes thein to ridicule— the slight;*! fa Wi...

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POETRY. THE YEAR THAT DIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

POETRY. TI5K YEAR THAT DIES. rem4, Ptn aud Pencil Picture#,'' hy TnoHAfi.3iiM-i-, ton of tli r late Thomas Hood.) Close his eye# — they looked cold Out nerossthe .siiowy wold : Draw the curtain*} close around. Tint the bells with jo\ou- »oniid His dull hearing nui) not-wound. ('latphis hands— so lonp nnd thin ; They were full (when he came in Juat twelve tnouthit nj*o)**with grain — Sted of )m|-[-iiii'As and pain. That he scnitcrcd round like rain ! ? Hush ! — hcV gone — a-lo»vn the wind ? fl-ied (hut last vn»m- undefined Word 'Farewell' — 'twa* more a sigh Than a word ; I heaid it die On the breeze, that moaiu-th by. Smooth the wrinkles of bin brow — lle'll not tee! tbo priwutc now. 'H, trill the rain ?obn fct tho door. Thinking how it #uw of tore Ulil Years dir — and shalbflec more! ?' I.av hiin out ero Iip-ktow cold, ' (T ithe hiiu for the churchyard mould. Who U this among U® here. Studding !-v the Old Man '6 bier? 'Ti»; his hoir — Yu tbo New-Year } -Hail to thee! thou ln^t of Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

j 2a I/-i3. I T» « r; '-t ?- k r. ; ». .«r r j '?-?' c r ]'o .vtwo:.* I ? ? ' ?— *. ''*rr ? ' '..* ~ ? 1 *?** j ' r-.-'i- r '.-..'tr?. ??'.*. 's-r*-*. lf- \X 7 ? K I 7 r. X A. Z It , \ V . A--;r.rr.i«t an C',//:iiiiwM.J7, r;^:oo 'Adj'.-.-,.'rla. :.-.e H. K- 'i 0*xr.^.ny'- %'aarf,^ .ij^ney. - r J2 — ai of Cor* rx^xUi arii Ti- j,v.e-i isd dii^tteJi, H77 HT H f- ,W A a . 2 ,oz:i ?. r,;.zp. a-M :i7*7iySZE, omnia or rzAol k to.'t, J7 -iTKXST, W2.VT H'.rrr.ASa 14« r 1 7 ^ i , o/nr Aerjftj aa EAIf.ITy, 1 hr.?,r.~, Jr-„ c. pfxjf.g, Kmc*. I - V* Qiarefe— irreet, KaAV/i. E0HEHT LITTLE'S J»l« -57 DRAPERY G O 0 D S. . AMOJTO tiM GOODS itill £c Ikaui a.-* saaay titosj worthy the szLEcncc* or pl*2cha.?k&x, wbveb to eiTeet tpeerfy ttie are 0??KftKD AT F.XT5£ZMKt,Y I/--JT f2JC7^ THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT— ; MEX'3 ao4 BOY'3 CO AT 2, »f li^bt aad beary /ibrfca Jatla-Jiag wx&e of SCfEfilOil BLACK C1.07H, xxxyv, Ve»t«, Tie*, Karvfirerebie^. j cxxiTfts, Ta/j'^szKf.fcH, vKyrmcK, hats, K- 1 ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

OSISIITAL C0?.223?0-TD2JC2. \ iff ^0 \ds,aui; j 0 fiA*/,* tz-JJi te-? op/.i*o.n ic&rt-usd Kj i ar CcrrispozutiAl*. ^ 7*0 Z'LliT ',f 0-t ?t'*riAS.r -A Hjft— A' I told yon '.n my -a .t, '.v;r; :s ano^loer case 'o ' yo'-r bench insesti^'-.u, t. e Oo-er meat fc*»e w.'.u^a too ir Poi.ce il«.rrate, r sx: t- send ra a *t ro nplainu 'a? ha- f?a:nst Jlr. .h-»ct ha? dirs-ced the Chi^f n-,t -d r r : j ^7 ia yX'j-i matttfXt hjt-ouul btzt socje 6mrj£t anl now ^e t^n 1 U in, snd ha»e ^ ieard- ^bis op thesTivem ? f atooyxnos t» ar .ies iir. 2iad«aa .^a o-»;n a*vd will ^i»e him afair hetrln-^. B'-r^lr^'htt. to S7gn m7 nssa^i -Ja .r.s .n :i.i* ca*e, 2 i.r, b: TaZ3 ?La7. ^ilomhi.^rl March, U=£

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AMERICA—THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

AMERICA- Tim PRESIDENTS ADDRESS. -Tne enigmatical brevity of- the speccli from the ? throne of England has often been contrasted' with ?the argumentative length of the American Presi dent's address ; in the former, nothing of a tri fling character or involving detail ia referred to, While in the latter, nothing is too minute or irisig nificant for the advancement of a popular opinion, - or the sounding of a pompous period — the wis dom of a multitude of councillors is -in either custom, and thoroforcMieither necd'be gainsuid. The President';! speech is not,' however, a mere expression of personal conviction — it is a decla ration of the views nnd opinions of the American Government, and, quasi, of the American people, nnd-as such, can never fail to'bedf'tlie deepest ? interest to the -civilize'd 'world. Some of our readers may not'feel uninterested in going with ?us into the consideration of the leading topics of the address of President 'Pierce, delivered to ? Congress in December ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

S7DJTZ7 I.TTZLUG2^CZ, Frw 'sir Xptiial corr* rpo-v^ni.j .H:nee my la-t tner* aa*e ^»^en fio foreign *rrir»I#, hnf hy the G »rernor-0 mer*l w-tic'j -jimr in j^r^rday. w-» n few f/i'»d »n p*per« »o the 1^'h J ,r,oafy, t^keti ♦»n» the *4aiJ loio 'C-!nT-bt^ i' whrci aachnr-»d io Hoo«'io'-Rty *V.U' two o .ura pre/.o-ia -- tori d-sp«r« ture ?/ th' O .vsraor-Oen-ral. iT«o/ B -oiba naa e*cvp^.d fc-'aA/init«V.n 1 3e Ore »t Rr.tsin -It -ram io'p o^« ?- .deV0^^ exfc^^ ?ire aloer»tion-, ar.d *11. to h^Te lef; L47erpr*-*i on tb-5 : l ''h i tnnary. I To- ' ifvi'ra^eocy' from -f elhonme, had srrire ; | h'»T,e with 0 wirth '^f G .id d-i't. Tie ' Daiiy .'-**»'' b*s vide^ronr-id to pro^e that General Gtor^e Xmety, an H in^trlan, and not 3tr V. T. *«Vil«iaeu U tho real hero -,f JCara. Co»na app^ara to b«s in a »retebed state, torn to piece* by internal diven«ioo*. and inont Vi reo^ i-7* cha«' ti^eraent from En/'and, it won-d appear in aoc^ rI-*ooe w;»b the pro/re« r,f ereoM of to ie oitherV* h^l«»Ted ...

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HAS RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT BEEN A FAILURE? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

HAS RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT BEEN A FAILURE ? To a superficial observer it might seem that res ponsible Government had failed in conferring those advantages on the country, which were expected from it. Certainly, the conduct of our first Parliament has, in many respects, been such as not to inspire us with very sanguine expectations | of the future, unless some great change be effected in the composition of the Legislature. Never since the introduction here of represen tative institutions, have we had so long and tedious a session, with results so pitifully dispro portionate. This may be partly owing to the frequent changes in the Government, but not altogether so. We must look deeper for the causes which shall solve the riddle, why respon sible Government lias not been to us all that we desired and hoped for. Our position with respect to responsible Go vernment is not an isolated one. Both Victoria ai.d Tasmania have felt the same ministerial difficulties as ourselves. In all three C...

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SARDINIA. OPENING OF THE CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

SABDf.VT A. 9/isrso a# ?a»s cwawacas. The Piedmootese Chambers wer- r»peii-yi 04 the 7ih of Jauvry by eh* Kin* of Sarliaia. wae.» Uif ifaieety d^i /ered a ipeeni not h*Jf %, g 4% many rj Uui t ^cbes of stomp orator*. Xin^ how-rcr 0Vi do wro&g« u«*t et«o in -po*--h m tkin^ -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TWES rmiiiale — Mr Barnard Nanghlon llack Ortek — Mr. Adam Mather, Floor Mills. 'arizin Riusr — Iriifiane Water — Mr, Irrint Coulter tingera— ' , 'ajri/ii^Mr. W. Miller . . liar en ct Town — Air. Lyull 1 ' \ 'oelah — . . i Jockfishleri 'Crtik— Mr. J. D. Squira ' ' bonbtarabran— ' lallanct&on — ' 'iarUng Dowm — lungog — Mr. E. C. XIadgwick ' . ' , hsnmore.— Mr. G. RoUcrta i:' England— Britannia Ofjite, London Jrqfton — Mr. Johii Williams 7ayndah * roonoo Qoonoo — Moulbti'rn.— Mr. Thomas Will Urns Ura/ord— l^r. John Both ' . . , Julligal— ' - ? , Krtfon— Mr. Henry Atkins ? ? ? - Hanging Rock— Messrs. Davii and Bradford rptwich and Britbai ic~ ? ferry's, Plaint — Mr. Richard Aleom. WcAmcar^rllr. Jwoph Bmith, Btoroieeper. Ifacdmald Rictr (near fffndtor) — Mr. M. G. Thoiopioa {fanning Ricer — ^Mr. John Newby Uacintyr * Bictr— Manila and Owvdir Rivert-— I/erntnt-i-Mr. David Monro' tltroo and Long Crttfi — Mr, 8!ephen Tucker S/i(/uld — Messrs. Crothera ju)-1...

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JOURNALISM IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

JOURNALISM IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Public attention has of late been directed with more than usual interest to the difficulties which beset the business of Journalism. In the City of Sydney with its large and trrowin? population the support to a second daily paper has not been ac corded in such arneasure as to renderits application profitable to its proprietor. Great and unusual sympathy is manifested when tho public is threa tened with the loss of the political services of the Empire , by many rich and influential parties, but it is nevertheless evi lcnt that the cir. ulation of the paper, although rapidly on the increase, has never reached a sufficient number to make the Empire a paying concern. It is very certain, however im portant it may be that each paity should possess a talented exponent of ita opinions, and however willing individuals may be to subscribe their money to Becure (.bat end — the pecuniary success or failure of the paper must rest upon the number of its readers and ...

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PRUSSIA AND SWITZERESATE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

fsc-M! v A.?r- sTfrzEiL l*s. fy.rru-S^-UAL 'S l.v fXzJ t V- o- ^ jV»o-.ber 25. in a 'tvTi de t^-'ii*r4t/ ,-4 »?« ra^' \\ 'j ti-r ; ^,1 j wrA\ inf'sr rne»I p?rion j dcoJ*r-? *:th co .'.Vv,'i vio , th it, soiest io-ne oi.f/re-^cn e-u-^J iovir/evj. w.*./- --n ao etUnsire 'C-i»e h **ar bn-,w-*en Prj^ii a/1 I 'Hari'.s^r Unl-fr.rs, the a,:-.:- w s-.o A'„- -fro-n TiNit to i-wtk — a ?r-ti'-. of ^ i.'»v-» »«sr «*r4i^ht thro*i^h the rery , fjeart of -V'^r' .vi ' -y;! '-V -,o c-vn *ay wliere 'th ? Cfl'i.! '.yi'n,'!, one* -f„''-vsi. wii; en i -* An J s v*r rf;he i ai./r-;fti; Pr t, it t'v.t, a'^j^ t»j Uvt t4C*9t ^racL i fie«tioo Of ton X, r.\n '--tbol c« r aivd l-fk I A slijSt - At. tne m*p m i»t r-r--aJ theloimtn« t peril t- * 'i:': 4 w.tnoui any ^eneril cy.ripithy or flr o 4^'/. ^^*-1 in o « «11 4i'.U» by p'-werfil f rapa^-i- n»;i^h ooart, mint erp*e hor-i^t by Mterin^on « co:k m .mo m »y ea-U/ en^or^U her with ^irti-)- now c.j ?s.ti-jA'.y .oe-itrah

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THE EMPIRE.—PUBLIC MEETING AT MORPETH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

TIIE HMt'/JtS.—PUHlAC MEEl'INO AT I MORPETH. A public meeting, pursuant to advertisement in the local papers, 'to take into consideration tho present position of »he Empire and Mr. Parkei,' was held at Mr. Canvin'g, the Globe Inn, Morpeth, on Monday evening. The meeting was called for 7 o'clock, and notwithstand ing the inclemency of the weather, the attendance waa numerous and infliit-ntial. Amon^ those present wo noticed Mr. Newman, Mr. 3. S. Dickaon, .Mr. James Portus, Mr. J. Wisdom, Mr. J. Ti. It. Robertson, Mr. Middleton, Mr. Ptarse, of Hinton, and several other influential gentlemen. On tlie motion of Mr. O'Keefa, seconded by Mr. Robertson, Mr. J. A. Portus took the chair. Considerable di-cu«?ion here ensued aa to tho nature of the liability, which those parties giving their promis sory notes in aid of the Empire would incur. The con versation, which was very desultory, ni participated in by most of those present. Mr. Middleton contended that if the whole sum of £11, 000 were ...

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THE BALTIC. Hanburg, 24th December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

T.i S BALTIC. Ha nbnr^, 2-th f^^mber. Tr.e c.ty of Caper. ha;;ea »'.e r:a:v;: a rery ex^. t re eo-.'lajr to. on t-.e ni-^.t ,f the 2-Wi. O'l^j M'ir,^ ;n a rnaoaf*cVi/y fo' the p-eoa^a tlor. m ;b .Wr-r\\ Urj-*- 4irr- of tnd ir, ea'«'.iir* /'''/?'hi i far^.'.ojie 3»/-j oee:» Vi-/i,p!c:^: / d^t'-/://^:.

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