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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

GOULBURN, Tuesday O"10 m riT aND FLovn.-At Conolly's; Mill ;-Fino, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if lessthan.half j is. pe 1001 lb. oxtra. Pollard ls. I 8. per bushel tiMil; bran, Is. 4d. per bushel retail. Wheat, 8s. Gd. fw9s. Gd. per bughol. This rise dates from the. ?lsteant. 11-inflo: 2 St acueos Mill:--Fine flour £28 per ton;. eonds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. itra. W?Vleat, 88. Gd. to Os. Gd. per bushel, nccord to sample; bran and pollard, eIs. 8d. per bushel. nNicr PsODUCE REPORT.-Mteossr . Durham and Isin held their usual sale, of tallow, hides,an lea thelon Fridziy :-Tallow.--120 casks vworo sub itiqd, sand about 113 sold. Bloiling-down parcels wet taken at from £20 to £29 7s. Gd.; station, at ffi £241 s. to £27 5s. per ton. Ilides.-about900o w e brought forward, half of which woro sold. Enfia heavies rsalised from 1s. 3d. to 16s.; heavy, of 12a.; medium, at 8G. Gd. to tli. Gd. each. Lea thr.--Kip, at 15d. per lb. . Lonaen Lcasess lt''Lrrsse.-Mlr. 'IV. Dean r...

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THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

THE SCHILES~VIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. A deputation from the town of KIlding.arriveo d at Coponhligobn on MIay 22 to request tho King not to prolong the armistico; and in concluding poaco to uphold the rights of Donmark. Several similar ad. dresses are expootod at Copenhagen from'other townms in Jutland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

Wanted to Purchase, . A STATION with 4000 sheep on it. Stating 1. full particulars, address A. B., Goulburn Hotol. 1295 Fencers, "TTANTED ut Arthureleigh,toput up LOG.AND V DEAD WOOD FENCING. 1191 ALEX. REID. Wanted, TENDERS for the delivery of TWENTY TONS of GOOD LIMESTONE per week, at the lITZROY IRON W tORKtS. 1258 Wanted, IOR a Survey Party, a COOK AND CAMP J KIEEPER. Apply to 1287 E. H. ARNHIEIM. Wanted, N HOUSEMAID and LAUNDRESS. Apply S to Mas. THORN, Brisbane Grove. 1290 To Bullock-drivers. 'K LIMESTONE in any quantity purchased at the FI l'ZRIOY IRON WOIIKS. 1257 ii 1. LONGFIELD begs to notify that he pur .1 poses leaving Goulburn the beginning of August. 1252 Notice and Caution. ALL persoes are eautioned from driving or tres fl pnssing in uny woy sea muy property, known as Cary's Flats, Collector, from this dote. except those lhoe are paying for the run of their horses and cattle, as they will be prosecuted as the law directs, wilthout respect to persons. Pro MAIIr L?HA?N?...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

SAMERICA. Our latest advices from Now York are to the noon of May 14. The?y contfain som initoresting item'nis of intelligence --No fighting took place .at Spottayl vania on thollth llay. Early on the morning of t 1th i ith Iacock vigorously' abrged, and captured tile Confederate riflo-pits' in his front, with 4000 prisoners, two generales ad 30. guns.: . Nosuccess. whatever attended the Fedeoratlos at other points of the line, their assault against Leo's centre and left being invariably ropulsed'ivith: 'great slaughter, and at nightfll the Confederates maintained their posi tion in front of Spottsylvania curt-house. The engagnement extended along nearly tihe whole line. Dlaring the night of the 12th Lee retreated, leaving only a line of skirmishors in Grant's front. Granmt is represented to be iii pursuit, bat as the roads are in a bad condition, after the heavy fallof rain; anid which the battle was fought; hlie will liavo consider able dillicaltyin following. The canrnoageoi . th...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

EUROPlEAN AND AMERIICAN NEWS.• (Frmo ihn Jloi hormne.) ToI Que(Icn is inotle Ilighlanmin. I have noilher intlenlion nor desiro to Rny more upon n dinngrecablo nl.jsot 'than is necarynn, hut having undolrta?kn to report Whlot is anil, 1 ican hlardly avoid a referonco to tho hnltetr. There is no hloht Ith thbo 0vieis und wishlles of hler njesty, in rofienrenco to tlieDnon Gcrthnn war, liro tloso which might hbo oxpoted frons tho dghltcer, widow, 'nod mother-in.law of G(mnnn royally. ' Theno vlown andl wisheso nro not thopr of to hoir approlnt, the lhusband of a D)inlsh princes iior anr they tliosn of tie mnjority orf tho pooplo. Bult Ihat is all thnat ought to be said upon thoe sl?ject. ]inglishmon hlavno thoir own feoelings, lout aro lorfoctly ablo' to:'malo allowannc for tho foolitogelof others, nod ospocinlly for thoso of 0 onvoreign, who from tie moment of lor nco.ssion hos doeorvod ando:obtoinod n'ur, host allfctions. Woro thl Qu?P t.19 Icomo among tho. iool ni to morrow, her'?ec...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

TO SUJfS0,1nIInRIS. In order to taro pootIagOs nwe Intrd to adopt a pIn t wlch it alrtadll ,rsrd bi o rrrra other plnprt and acknowoledlo the rreceipt oJ reltittances igt this colhmn tatread of bU letter. •'alk JUL"2 1804ni." . prTJ~;~ISDF]ESD Y JU1Of .20, 1804.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

USTRALASTAN FREEMASONS' HATL IIOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFRED .AD)r lHD proprielor. I RST? ?ASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle en.. Private families will at this hIotel find the cnm eti of a homo0 . 1712 Produce Stores., 4ESSBS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to ,receive . ool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., fr eele by suction or privately, at their Producn tntores, Circular Quay, Sydney. ie? Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, >end hides consigned to them for sale or ehipment. Circuler Quay. Sydney. 1213 DIXSON'S TWIST NEGRO2RtAlDt. 1fHI demand for theo above celebrated tobacco ShavillnF iltherto been so great that the manu fecturer could not supply above half of the applicea. tion., wllereby many, being niable to procure it, wereo compelled to substiitute inferior and trashy eobaccoes, mnufaetluredl not only in the enolony, but in the Norlthelrn States of America, he has now the lleasuro of informing the public that by arrange nuents madle willth his Am...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

T'ELECGJAPIIIC INTELLIGENCE [FROo OUO CORKoSrONDETS..] .:. !' : SYDNEY, Touesday afternoon. VIA Auckland we have intelligence from Valpa raiso;of the despatch of oight cargoes of broadstuffs for theose colonioes. The marleoto are low- thereo. Tbhio news has canousoda depression in this markot. S, • ...... ' . Tuesday night. It'is rumotred that BIorganh, tho bsihranger, has' made hIls a ppearance in the Kiama district. The Rclv.'Father Irc Oarthy hal inoeffctuially' on dcavoured to induce Bon Hall to submit to theo -nu thoritis. ' ' Flour market.doproosed. . . - . . r:. ' From Now Zealand' wo loomrn that thol MIaorios have abnadonod ithoir now pa at Now Taurs'i ng.. ... [ '-:3i*IELBQOURNE, Tuosday ovoning. Titimui have boon groat, lloods heoro, and much damago hasb boon donoe ,: - : - . :, SBRISBANE, Tuesday night, PAILLIAIENT, mot to.day. Theo,government intro duood a bill authorising the roaumptidn' of the ioUeo of immigration landwarranta. ; . BRAIDWOOD, Tuesday night. A itrotrn r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

Tmn disestroliB effohts of the imiridations ox poerioecod over so wido a portion of the colony.iduring thle prosont season, warrant the furthor considoration of the vwholo queos tion bf farmintig upon lands liable to flood, its advantages. and disadvantages; and thoigh'.h:utimannaturois so constituted that tho~fTsons of exporionco, howover dearly boifu:irequiro many repotitions before they pIroducofp rmanent influonq yoyet somo good nay b done y oefforts' to dnif6rco their opp11tlhtioni The natural richness of alidvial lands will always prosent a strong attnaction to !the cultivator; and thuglh llothing can be .morie prednrious tlhan 'thlo yield actiallygobt froiM theom, yet thie heavy crops obtained in favour abloe seaouns .lend men to trust again. and ngain, i spite pof Ibssos, to thofiklel fiavours of forturine. Just hs in gold-digging, though it has blooi 'provedovr ianld over againl thlat th o'avrago earnings on thl richest Tiolds leave tlhe minor no beotter bff thmi thioe labo...

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TEN DAYS OF BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TEN D1AYS OF BIATTLE. Since' the above was poaned we have tidings that the long- expected strgl1o hlas com mencod; Tho tbilegraphic iltelligence .comos :ldown .to. the morning.n of toe .l13th, vwhen after sof ies of desperately contested battles, acompanied by *uniparalleled carnage,. the issue was still undecided. Loo, hbwovor, liad twico retreated, and' by latest accountis had crossed tho Po. " , ' Tlio. order to cross 'te Rapidan was gmvqn d&rly on' Tdiisdajy, Maiy 3, 'anid was: effected, tduring tlhe'mftoinoon'of tlihat arid thwholeo.f thdfolloingc daiy withoit nmolestationi Sodg-, wick.coihmaniied tlie lift' aing, Hancock the right, Waiirron'thi o'cl tro, and Burnsidd took tl-ld rosorvo.' Each division was comp'ited to be aboutn;30,000 stronig On Thursday ilorn ing, May 5, thd;wlioloearmy, with its supply trains, whicli:had got sifely across' the river on Wednesday' night, miioved forward.' They: had hairdly got' into motion when it, becamo known that Lee's army wvas ad...

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CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

} itail OATU47 OF PLYMOUTH. r.t ost simultaneously witlhthe chelick in _-iana ..was the surrender to 'the Ooinfed S,",s of Plymouth, in North Carolina, situ 5,&,t the mouth of the Roainoke River, in g ei..arlo Sound. It wts. in 'this locality .that thie Federals ahioeved sHome of their tarlest conquests; bitt their' fddtin'fi ' i the state has for some time been becoming jre oabi6hs, and the recentloss of'Pliiiiouth:and ofboran lhas dealt a seriodis blev at 'theoi Nhndancy, while it has rolieved tho':Con-' fhedrates of all anxiety as regards the iid ,?uro of the enemy on Richhsond."from thiat r," Plymouth was attackebd o tli"i 17tlh' ?;, by a land force ubider Geineral Ran hine. The attack was 'gallantlj~rspilssed;' I"eninly by the fire which the Feddral gun to ts on the Roanoke River wore .able: to il:oct against the assailants. ' QOn:the fol iho ihjg day, however, the Confederates :i-? ~nerced the struggle, and this time on the lic:seut which is supposed to be especially f...

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THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE 1MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW. This fort is situate on the right bank of the' Mississippi,' about 100 miles north of Memphis; it commands a bond of tile river, and gives to a well-equipped garrison the control of the navigation between Memphis and Cairo. It was until lately held for the Fedorals by. M ajo Booth and 6000 men, rather with the intention of overawing the reobel' inhabitants of surrounding districts, than with any idea of its ever being required to stay the march of a Confederate army. It was too far in the rear to be relied on as otherwise than locally serviceable. It seems, however, that General Forrest, operating in the rear of General Sherman's army, seized the opportunity of the latter's movement westward towards Selma, to make his ap pearance suddenly before Fort Pillow, and demand its surrender, which was steadily refused. Twice during the assault the Con federate General sent in a flag of truce to reiterate his demand, and each time he employed the interval during...

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THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TIIE AMERICAN CIVIL' WAR. Recent Transatlanticnows has revived the languishing interest of this country in the terrible conflict which is going on between the two sections of the republic. For four or five weeks we have lhad nothing else but tidings of Federal disasters and defeats. Their magnificent expeditions into the remoter parts of the enemy's territory, from which so muinch was expected, have nearly all miscar ried. The series of invasions, projected in accordance with what is called the "scat teoration policy," opened with Shermau's mysterious advance from Vicksburg. Won derful results were predicted from this movement, but it issued in a harm 161s promenado to Meridian, and a hasty march back again, with severe losses. The' other threatening demonstrations against Southern independence have been no less unfortunate; and the recoil inflicted on General Banks has proved one of the greatest Federal calamities of the war. The earliest scanty advices of this event were telegraph...

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RUSSIAN ATROCITIES IN THE CAUCASUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

RUSSIAN ATROCITIES IN TIE CAU OASUS. Just at this juncture wo arc6 startled and horrified by a tragic story, without parallel in modern times. A letter from Constanti nople to the Times tells us that the atrocities of Russia in Caucasus have 'culminated in the flight and self-expatriation of the sur viving remnant of a noble nation. Having lost all hopo of resisting their cruel oppres sors and exterminators, tile Circassians, to the number of 300,000, have resolved upon lbandoning their country. 30,000 have al ready crossed tile inhospitable sea, and sought an asylum in Turkey, and myriads more are waiting on the coasts to follow. The scenes of destitution, disease, suffering, and death, both on the passage and on land, are horrible and heart-rending. The Sultan and his government are doing much for the poor fugitives, but they are at their wits' end to know how to meet the emergency. 20,000 men are to be drafted into the Turk ish army; a commission is appointed to pro vide transpor...

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THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE.POLISH INSURREOTION. - The Vienna Journal Progress gives the fol lowing accoluit of the present position of the insurrection: Among the most considerable of the in surgent detachments in Poland is now that of Colonel'Koroncewicz (Bezkiszkin), which numbers 800 well-equipped men, and occu pies an advantageous position, partly in the woods of St. Croix and partly in those of Ilza. Bezkiszkin, who was formerly an officer in the Russian service, whence he was dismissed for having liberal ideas, is now eagerly sought by the Russians, who have been ordered to take him alive. Ukases of this kind, however, are not easily fulfilled. The Russians, although having 170,000 men in the country, have hitherto failed in catching either him or his handful of troops, a proof that the war is not with a few thousands of insurgents, but with the whole nation which protects them. General Bosak and Colonels Ranbajlo, liopernicki, &c., were tohavebeentakenalive, andyet they are still thelerroro...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TOSU UStJI IIJERS. In order to tart ptloOta n tcc inttnd to adopt, a.plon ar ciic t alreaLy jraud boy sevtrcal otcer papeproccacot achnoncortcyo the rtceipt oj reccttttaccce in tht. column inctcad of ty totter. tuayaot ttct eek. Moa, ofu ri0w 0 ae Su dtte:etn' Mte. SAUIA".:.:.." 'Juty 2 7 0' 1 8' ]9, SUNDAY''........ o21 75 0' 5 20 TDttIONAY . v M 7 4 6.10 22 TUSDY ........

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THE NEW HOLY ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE NEW HOLY ALLIANCE. A few months ago I called attention in one of my letters to certain ominous signs of a growing intimacy between the govern ments of the throeenorthern powers, the co partners in Polish spoliation, which boded no good to civilization and freedom. Very recently documentary evidence of this com plicity for despotic purposes has come to light. In the Daily News of the 16th instant will be found some important obser vations on a correspondence which has been going on for the lahist four months between the Cabinets of St. Petersburg, Berlin, and. Vienna, extracts from which have already been given to the public in foreign journals. The correspondence shows that a secret un derstanding has all along existed between the three despotic powers as to the assault made by the allies on Denmark, and sug goasts the extreme probability 'that the pre tensions urged.by the.latter in the confer once will be guilefully-but persistently sup ported by the Russian plenipotentiaries....

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

S THE CIVIL WAR 'IN AMERICA. General: Forrest's' forces havie captured 'Fort'Pillow, on the Mississippi,' by assault. Four hundred out of the garrison of 600 ihoe tire stated to have been killed. After ;completely destroying the fort; the general 'proceeded to Jackson, Tennessee, where his head-quarters now are. The Confederates are atccused of having murdered 300 coloured troops after the capture ofF ortPillow. The following details of this alleged massacre are given in a despatch of April 14 from Cairo : "The attack began on Thursday morning, the 12th. After two demands and some fighting, the fort surrendered. Up to that time comparatively few of our men had been killed, but instantly on taking possession of the fort, the fiends commenced an indiscrimi nate butchery' of the whites and blacks, in cluding those of both colours who had pre viously been wounded. The black soldiers becoming demoralised, rushed to the rear, the white officers having thrown down their arms. Both white an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

DIED, ON tho 19th instant, at hor rosidonce, Mannono Lodgo, Norwood, Potersham, 3AIay FBacts, thb ~oloved wife of H. B. MOoGAN, Esq., and sister of E. II. Woodhouse, Esq., of Schuldam Hall, Ashfiold, aged 43 years. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1864.

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THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TIlE CONFERENCE. The plenipotentiaries of the powers have assembled four or five times, but have at present determined nothing affecting the political future of the duchies. At the first mooting, an armistico, as a neces sary preliminary to negotiation, was pro posed by the: neutral powers. The innocent Georman representatives wero, of course, quite talken aback at the strangeness and unoxpectednoss of the request--had no in structions on tho. subject-and must refer the matter to their respective governments. Another week was thus gained for pillage and carnage, for seizing fresh torritory, and for concentrating the Austrian fleet in the Baltic. Then there was an interval of rumours res pecting the terms of the armistice, the Gor mans, as usual, desiring to exact every possibleo advantage from the poor Danes, while unwilling to concede any equivalent advantage. on their part. The Danes at first:were recalcitrant, hnd it was thought the Conferenco would perish prematurely. However, t...

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