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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 14. (Before Major Innes and C. Bolton, Esq. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NKWCASTLK POLICE COURT. Satiud.w, AJakcu IK (He/ore Major Inuos and C. Colton, Esq, J. P.) Carroll v. Kev. Mr. M rtin — The Romon Catholic clergyman of this d strict appeared this morning before the court, to answer the complaint of a man named ' Carroll, for alleged ill' treatment of his son whilst dtteud- : i*i«g the Catholic .School at Newcastle, on tho day named. The teacher of the scltool also was summoned to attend ; nn-1 the case appeared t - excite much interest. The following appeared in iv-d^nce. Tho father of the boy being sworn, stated: — My -mime is John Carroll; lam father of James Carroll ; he attends the Itoinan Catholic school, instructed by Mr. Callaghuu. 1 issue J a summons fortho defendants ou account of injuries my boy received. On his coming homo I examined his body and found his arms aud legs much bruised, being black and blue ; ho is under 14 years of nge I Wa6 not present ; I know nothing more of what took place at the school ; he came...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE PUNEARL OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF PARIS. paris, Saturday, January 190. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

THE YXJXKIiAL OF TIIE ARCIf niSFJOP OF J'Afil.S. [PF.OM T0E COKREnPON&KjfT Of TJTE '7;nZn.'f'| fVrit, 'Sit'irdAy, January 10. Th« obloquies of th« Archbifbop of P*rl« *'irc c»!*r this xaoruiog in th*5 prcterv:^ cro#d of (-eopl€f who evidrntly wU-»ed to th^i r re*p'*rt fof Veoerab « prelaw who ha« b»-:o i/- «tidrli»'il» fjiV».n frOrn ttCQOn^ th»m. At ^ o ci/-c* th? M'JtJ'oj/llifsri CJitpfsr from fcS-5 church to the fMu!-n-:-? of th«j Archf-it^j- t- f*o*T-5 tbfl Vxi/. wldcb ha^i b-tjf) on u c-lvalquc, raivl uAri^r tk« prinnpal tntran^w Thr ci^rgy and ait^nd^nu kn«ll arotiod it, aft^r t rae sprit 3n prayer, th« ccfflt/ji pfotr«'lj5'i w;ti« l^rrxt p'iinp *n^l cvrtBi jTif 10 tW« pUce of ftfpnUure. A will written by ths I-t; Archbishop »Unt months ago, U hia country houte, of li-lM Kau, *oco-) abort tlmo before b t return to ?ari», h%« been found io hU writiog--ie«i. Thi5 document in ihe«w wordi : — ** I die ia Ihe faith and love of the Catholic, Aporoli c, and liota -n Charch, fo...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Byway of Melbourne wo have news from South Aus tralia to the 11 th instant. The olections for both houses of Parliament took place ou the 9th. So far as the result of the polling in ho various districts was known when the steamer left, { ho following candidates for scats in Che Assembly had i teen successful Adclaido — R. R. Torrene, Cofonial treasurer; R. D. Hanson, Attorney-General; F. S. i button ; B. T. Finnis, Colonial Secrotary ; J. B. Neale*, it. Busford Port Adclaido — Messrs. Hart and lughes, Sturt — Messrs. T. Reynolds and J. Hallott. iVcrft Torrcns— Messrs. L. Scammell and J. W. Sole. Noarlunga — Messrs. T. Young and H. Mildred, Sfaala — Mcs-ra. John Harvey and C. S. Hare. Onka mringa— Messrs. Milne and w. Dawes. Victoria — Mr. [t. R. Leake. The South Australian Register observes—0 Theolection }f our new Parliament is now comp'oted, but the result is known only in a few instances, The course of a day or two will, however, put 'tlio public in possession of...

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

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Oint Drowned is a Watkriiole. — Abont'8 o'clock on Thursday morning, Bridgot Doyle, ei^ht yearn of ago, | whose paronts rcsido at Csmpordbwn, was pent for some i water to a lnriro pond at tbo back of her father'- bonso. Sho had boon in the habit of going there. Tho approach to the wa*er ia by stops, but for safoty tho placo is well fenced all ronnd. and 'the only entrance to it is by a gate. Sho to -k wi'h her a little tin bucket. Tho child not re turning within « quarter of an hour or twm'.y minutes, CHURod her mothor to go to tbo pool to look for ber, when alio observod some babbles on th« wator j hor brother then oamo and made s mo efforts to find his sister, bnt did not suocood. Afterward* they wero joined by a labouring man ntmod Richard Grty, who lived hard by, ' nnd hearing that a child had boon drowned loft his broakfa^t and took with him a loug pole mounted after the manner of a boat-hook, by tbo aid of which, in throe or fomr minute*, ho succeeded in b...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 March 1857

TASMANIA. Tbe streets of Hobart Town wero for the firft t'me | illuminated with gas on tho 9th instant. The event is thus described in the Daily News : — u Last night, for the fir.- 1 time in th s city, the inhabitants of Hobart Town 1 had tbc opportunity of witnessing tho effects of gas light. Owing, to tho brightness of tlio night, only a few of tho Ktrcot lamps were-used. Nearly all the publio houses, however, displayed their riches 4n tho fbapo of elegant cbaudeliers of varied pattern and design. On the whole, wo believe, that the gas-fittings supplied by ihe com pany, could not ho excelled cither in appearance or effcct. The depot of the company, in Livcrpool»street, was iho great attraction, ^a large crowd of portons having assem bled on tho outtide. Nnmbore oi our. most respectable and influential citizens accompanied by the Indies of thoir respective families, aJstv, visited tho. dopot .in iho course ot tho evening. Several extremely handsome chandelicro, bracket and pcdosta...

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

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. In tho contest for tho representation of Melbourno 1 the supporters of Mr. Murphy bad resorted to the pro- ! nngation ot private slandors agninst tbc othur candidate, I Mr. Service, which appear to liavo excited a strong feel- i ing of indignnt'on and would be almost sure to docido tho election in favour of the gcmlomnn thrv were intending to injuro. At tho nomination for St. Kilda, the show of hands WaB in favour of Mr. Chapman, the new Attornoy Genoral. Wo mako tho following extracts ; — SnocKiHo Gum Accident. — We regrot to state that a vory serious accident of this nature occurrod yesterday morning to Mr. Gates Brookes, a lad of 19, tho son of Mr. Brookes, of Dryburgh-strcet, North Melbourne. Mr. Brookes, junior, was on the pwntnp near tho Bene volont Asylum shooting with a duck gun. Whllo at temptingio draw a charge the piece exploded, the chargo and ramrod pissing through the ball of the hand near the wrist, and straight up the forearm, nearly ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SIR R PEEL'S LECTURE ON RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

SIR ll.'PKKL'S LFCrmtE ON IUJSS1A. { /' rom Jtloi/d'tf Jsondvu Weekly Newspaper.) On Monday. Sir Robert Peel d'liverol alecinn on the opening of the now library, in Aldcrloy-park, Bir mingham,' 'the wuhjcct Moscow, whicli proved, -says ihe Timn. ' highly amuKing, if n -t instruclivc.' We have not. space for a lengthened report, so will i ost contented with picking out tho prominent passages. Sir Robert arrived al St. Petersburg in the middle of summer, when he found it to his surprise bitterly cold. He thus speftks of St. Petersburg : — u St. Petersburg is built on pib s, and is always very snbjcct to tho east wind (laughter). When the east wind blows St. lVtersboig has a chaauee of being done away with, as the public oxperted Sir ('h rlcs Napier would do away with if. (laughter) ; — at a'l events, it then stands a good chance of being souk in (he water. It is not a veiy magniftcent city, and -loes not strike one by its Bne streets and building* after all. ll has nothing else hut gr...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. SIR ROBERT PEEL RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. j BIR ROBERT PEEL IN RUSSIA. Charles Matthews must tnako haste ami get well : or he may have a dangerous rival in Sir Robert Peel No body can bo'less of a willing imitator than Sir Robert — for oven llio grave and imitating Frederick Peel must allow his'brothiT'K orl^inalhy — still it is impossible to read Sir Robert's Rimiinghom lecturo of Tuesday on Moscow without bfing stro igly reminded of tho plea«i\nt tapidily, tho emphatic tuirih, the easy dash, aud the pleasant ilovil inocnro manner of 4* the greatest, of Knglihb comedian^,'' as he is critically and coiisqi. curiously .pronounced by the present Drury-latie lessee.

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LADIES' COLUMN. BOSWELL'S LOVE AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

LADIES* COLUMN. HOSWKLI/S vL0V 10 AFFAIRS. (From Lhii/d'n Newspaper Hrvir.w of liuswc.U'x Affairs.) ItoHWct.ii, after his ovrn way, is always 4in lovo : au I discourses of his passion as otic of Pan's goa's would Idcjt of it. In the subjoined, however, he is remarkably refined. ' I at lirst fell violently in love with her, and thought f should ho quite miserable if I did not obtain her; bnt now it m chanced to-u rational esteem ot ncr good qua lities, ho tli:«l I should bo eXU'onioly happy -to past; my lift; with hor; but if she does not incline to it, F can bear it tvquu mi ''wo and retiro into the calm regions of philosophy. She is indeed extremely prottv, and pos sessed of cvory amiable qualification ; T.ho daticcK, sings, aiitl plays upon uevci;d instruments (({ually v.'ell, 'draws with a great (leal of taste, and reads tho best authors ; at the Fauio time she luu a just regard for true piety ami religion, und behave* in the most easy atl'ablo way. She ii; just such a young hidy...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

IMPOUNDING^. At Morpeth, on tho 11th March, 1857, from Duck j Holes, by P. Ilaiinaen : — liay horse, 3 on near shoulder, !i years old, 14- hands high ; damages Is. 3d. If not re leased. will he sold according to law. At Black Creek, on the lC'h March, 1807, from Kad fordsleo Paddock, by Mr. Shanahan Ited and whito bmiock, Bnail horns, on off rump AL, oil iibslSQ.ua innges, driving, aud keep ill ; rod bullock, on oft' rump J F, oft' ribs C or G, witno damages ; red and white steer, .KJ oH'ruuip; damageB and drinng 5s. l'Vom Lamb's Valley: Brown colt, long tail, no brand »v-sible ; da mages and driving 5«. Prom llothbnry : Bay colt, long tail, star, near neck a brand not legible; brown filly, ' long* tail, near shoulder JA (iho A a writing capital) ; ! damages and driving 10s. If not released Avill be sold iu 21 days'from date of pnblic*tiou. ! At tho Manila Pound, on the 14th March, from Mun doway :— Chrsaut mare, blaze down face, like C3 over q near shoulder, damages and driving '10...

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Government Gazette TUESDAY, MARCH 24. AT THE CROWN LANDS OFFICE MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

©obcrnmrnt (Sajrttr. Tuesdav, Maucii 24. At the Cfiow.v Lands' OrFicE, Maitland. NouiuuMBEaLAND (Suburban bote). — Town of Mtit- - laud ; Lota 1 to 5, 2 acres 'A porches each ; lot G, 2 acres 1 rood,-2S perohc* ; lot 7, -2 acres 1 rood 29 percles; lot 8, 2 acres 3 roods 22 perches ; lot-(J, 2 acres 18 (or clies. Village- reservo * at Mulbring : Lot 10, 13 tures 1 20 perches 'Village of Greta: Lots 11 to 18, 1 iood | each ; lots 10 and 20, 5 acres each ; lots 21 to 20, 2 ucreh 2 roods cacli ; lots 37 to 40, 5 acres each. Ihset price, £2 10s, £3, and £4 per acre. At the Ckow.v Laxds' Office, Mujirurundi. UttiSBANK (Town Lots). — Village of Murruruidi: i — Lots 1 to 28, 2 roods each. Upset price, £3 por j acre. | At the Ckown Land's Opficb, Maitland. Durham (Suburban Lots). — Iu the village rcsero of Butterwiek, about 4J miles northerly from Hintoi:— ' Lot 1, 10 acres ; lot 2, 4 acres 3 roods ; lot 3, 4 aces 2 roods 38 perches lot 4 , 0 acres 1 rood 1 porch ; lot 5, 4 , ucres 3 roods 2...

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OUR FIRST ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

[ OUR FIRST ASSEMBLY. The lull succeeding the political excitement of i the Session-affords one a fitting opportunity of well considering the materials of which our first Legis I lative Assembly has been formed. In a repre ?; sentative body the chief essentials to be looked i for in its members, aro independence and straight forwardness of character. We speak not of talent because that should be indispensable. Men who cannot make their own influence felt are likely to be ui.dtilv under the influence of others. Those who lack the advantages of superior ability should not render themselves contemptible by making themselves conspicuous. Ignorance when accompanied by modesty may be pardoned, but strutting - and parading itself in high places, it merits all the punishment due to presumption. Have ? the leading representatives of the As sembly displayed any high standard of political character, or have they studied their own -self aggrandizement regardless of the interests of tlie communi...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. PoLlOK. — Thn IJ.irernor-Hener il ha-- app ?inled Mr. Charles Alfred WiUou to he Clerk of l'olty Sessions, at Biriiiloug. Council, — The (iovernor doner ll has untitled, I 'r ge neral information, that Mr. Ilui/o'\on dor^Niiluner is t-i lis reco.'tiisnd, provisionally, asUons'il at Syduoy 1 »r Ills Maie-iy the King of tlio 1',-didnns, during tho tmnp irury fthi'dncM from tlie eoloiiy of Kdwurd 111 lotnlot fi,' 1'- f|. pKATH l ltOM DKMflttJM TKKMK.NH ? Oil IWd .y la-t, Mr. ,T, S. l'.irknr held nn ii.qu«-t a*, the Siilor'n JUturii; Hurrin-t-n-UKiot, 011 tho body of John WaUou, belony iti{{ to tho whuUn^ brig Tern«»n, of whiuh vetwol ho wan onrpfciiter. 'Vfoiu tU« it up^eare-d that about a fortnight a^o ho returned t.o 'Sydney, lifter a Voyage of eleven nionthtt; that it ha* been a gonoral failing of de 0* a«od v.* hen hu landed, to iliink till ho had hptiit all ; that he required no indu-x'u»ont to drink, liut would treat every one hu found iu a public .home, aud ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE GOVERNOR'S ViSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

-THE-GOVERNOR'S ViSIT. I Wb feel convinced that all due honor will be I !? jsid to Sir William Denison during his ap nrcaching visit. The interest evinced by his i Excellency in the welfare of Maitland deserves i O meet with a watm -recognition from the inhabi 1 ants. Through 'his recommendation mainly the School of Arts will receive the amounts placed ! ipan the estimates for 1657. Through liia in j - j : ityapentality the grant of a piece of land 'has »cen obtained for the Hospita?, and at his insti ! ® ! : psjjoji.tlie plans and npeciflcationo for the Dam *1 Bid Causeway across the Polls were ordered to , I -e prepared. Since his former visit, when h n re ' tejveo with pleasing affability .the -various pe i itions which were presented to him, the S Jovenior has evinced -o decided' interest in every , Jl ©dsytoking conducive to tho progress of tho 1 i dunter Rjvcr District. Amidst tho difficulties besotting the inauguration of Responsible Govern ment, .Ilia Exccllency has displaye...

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NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

NEW i;j«x.akd. {From thi AimiJ'iU t'tprte).) Btbo.'i Township — We have hien reminded that tic Mtc for & township h^a been celectcd and turvcyed at Uyron, and that a'though rrnny perions are anxious to' jiurchaj*, tb- re sitir. to be no intention nn the part of the prpptr authori ies to xifFer the sauio for rale. This i* an evil wh ch should be rccncliid as soon as poisiblc. Wo invite the attention of tho Survcyor-O neral to the Pinter ; and we leg to ask him if it la not unfair to the iuttxeifj of tfcojc rcjidei.tj jn New JLttghud v*Lo have a andulile desirftto purchasn mmll freeholds, with the in liMitiou of con veiling th. til into little oases in -1 compa. r.itive desert, to have nn chance given thnin of Ho doing, while in t Ii u souther distncUii of thu eohniy land i,. builig iitli'icil in prnfusion? Tiib I.ArK M u 11 iii:k at Tin: IIm.o Hii.i.s — In our last Usuo we had not room lor the |uirtieulai'H \\u were In toured u'itli respecting the murder of 11 shepherd 111 th...

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THE "EMPIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

THE 'EMPIRE.' Thb following letter, from the spirited pro- i prietor of the Empire has ieen handed to us by Messrs. F. and F. Currey for publication. It is J with feelings of the most lively satisfaction that we present it to our readers. ' Dear Sir, — I was glad -to see you take ad vantage of the present time to advertize the Empire in a business way. I think it is de sirable to notify that tlie new quarter commences on the 1st proximo, lest some prejudicial effect be produced by Mort and Go's advertisement. If this awkward business is settled, as I be lieve it will be now, I shall redouble my efforts to make tlie EupIRE worthy of public support. Probably there will be some few half-sheet pub lications, but certainly not many. I am sorry I shall not be able to take the Mercury's advice, for I shall not be content with making it equal to tlie Herald, but do my utmost to make it far better. With many thanks to you and your fellow townsmen for your friendly aid and warm sym pathy. I a...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEW CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NKY.'CASTI.I',. (Ifrralrf't .) ITi. — Au itiqunt wn.i held -u\ KMurdny » von- in^i at the Terminus llotel, Houm ;;m« kb* Point. on tin body of -a txjy named J - ret h N»-win u, who luid hem killod 1 1) at nay on one of the Atl-liuli;u« Agti ulturnl Company's tinni\vn\ ?», iuitnodinteK h. hi/ the loun. In ihi* of Dr. Bowl.t-r, tin: (dtirii'T, in Kwiuey, the enquiry w u fu ltl t y 1 -r. Hmo-v, ami Mr. Willam Keetie, turo of On; nugiitrnt^s. Klija Browu, tho first vrjincri;, proved lli.it In; li:«l I) m t liftl Hay driving a f rain ot coal waggons foi't he - ,'uutpiliv, and that Us iw.cn ? i m I* iiiid two o'clock in Up; nl'teili .on, wlnsli nt'ir ing tin- t»wu ni:li a number of bmdod waj/gons, and when approaching the betid of the rnnd, wlinro it n&- t'chdi :tn Incline. he tuet the decvuted, who wmt em ployed on 'the* line in charge --f un cmm hor-e which iMni in -auditing tho others in drawing the lo.vled waggon* up the UM i jit ; I ] a o i'e»e.M,d h id...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER, (From the Armidalt Erprm.) Mattora are tame enoagh at th«o dlsgmifJ nt pre«cnt, nnd as yot I cflnnot report any (iood tidlnRS from the many pro*pectlng partiea out. I have seen tcyeral who were in search of those who whore said to bo gotling payablo gold, and thoy slated thnt thoy came across numbors working, but noao who seemed to bo remunor ..,,1 ? Vint if in tn hp boned that tho handsome reward offered wili b» an .inducoinont to stimulate parties to further oxertiono The sur&co below Mount Jones soemB to pay ; num bers aro working there, some evidently with success. Tho stuff has to be cirted to the river, which makes a large hole in the proceeds. Scbastopol, Golden, and Maitland Points aro again gottlng a trial, and pay. There havo been a number of doaths hero of Into, principally from dysentery. A molnnoholy accident occurred hore lait week. A man in the employ of Mr. Wes em, storekoeyor, while driving fell bctwooi tho horso and tho dray, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

Australasian Steam Navigation Company, TIT ORXING T RIPS TO SYDNEY M DAILY. Monday, the Glabesck, at 7 o'clock. Tuesday, thu Coliaroy, it 7 o'clock Wednesday, tho Tiuitle, at 8 o'clock, And at 8 o'clock cach day following until furthor notice. JAMES PATERSON, Manager. , Morpeth, 28tli March, J857. 1515 Notice! Notice! Notice! tjg^OPENING OF THE RAILWAY! QTEAMERS Icavo tho A.S. N. Cflmpany's Wharves, O ityorpctb, every morning. Intending spectators are informod that hii Excellency tbo Goveruor-Goneral intends embarking at Sydnoy on Sunday evoning, for the purposo of oponiug tho Now castlo Railway. C. E. JAQUES, Agent A.S.'N- Co, . Morpeth, 28tU March, 1857. 161-1 . ^antor River Now Steam Navigation Company. j Mornoon Steamoro to Sydnoy Daily. THE Stcamors pf this Company will rosuroe the ' AFTERNOON TRIPS to Sydnoy, from ihe Wharf Morpeth, dally, tit S o'clock, for the Fortnight com mcncinr} on MONDAY, 20th instant. T1LMOUTH F. DYE, ? Mana2or. Campany'H OfBco, Morpeth, ! . J!7th Marc...

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MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

MAITLAND HOSPITAL. On Thursday last a special gonoral meeting of the subscribers was held at tho Hospital, for tho purpose-of receiving the Report of tho Committee appointed at tho last annual meeting, to frame a code of laws, &c. The President, E. C. Close, Esq., took the chair. Tho Committoe brought up tbetr report, along with tho rules nnd regulations proposed by them, both of which wore read by Mr. L. Kingsmill, tho secretary to tho .institution. The rules and regulations have appeared in the -Times of tlie l tth March. Tho report was as follows : — ' Report of tlie Committee appointed at the last annual meeting of tho sub cribers to the Maitland IIo.-pitil, to prepare a code of rulos nnd rogul.itions for the future management of tho institution, and to investf gato certain charges preferred by I'eter Green, Esq., against Mr. F. L. Kiley, icsident apothecary. 'Your Cominiltuo beg to roport, that «iter thoir ap pointment they lost no time in proceeding to tho dis charge o...

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