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ON THURSDAY, THE 26TH JUNE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. (The upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

Ol» TfllMlSDAY, THE 36rfl, . AT THE PÓLICE OFFICE, ; BATHURST. (The upset price of each lot Hs £5 per section of I Bathmst, 700 acres; paris« of Galbraith. ! 2 Bathurst, 640 acne, {uriah of Fremantle, Mount Çoo}«mba.lo^ : ; -,t. j S. Ro^hurgh, 6i0;acres, parish unnamed, near ' Cherrytree? HÜ1. 4 Bathurst,640acres, parish of Eusdale, ot i Diamond Swamp. V 5 Bathurst,, 640 acrès, parish .unnamed, nt Airly Fiat ; about twb miles north-east of (be j reserve at Jack Hall's Creek. 6. Jtoxburghj 640 ecrè», parish of ?Falnash, about four miles south-west of Cullen Billion, By HisExcellency's Ctammand, ",;E.DEHS^HÖM*}0^

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THE TURF. [From the Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

T H E TO ll F , ' ; J [From the Australian."] i, HOM EB usu RACES,-These sports con .eluded on Friday ; and Ave rnucli reg re 4hat the enjoyment abd hilarity jaitend J:tnt upon them, was marred in a con sideraj?Je( degree by the inclement stat ??]bfMp'^^ftf^tiiA\Üieconsequent de ' "; ^rà^ié^j^^i^'fDAd to the field o action, jté; wei),ag .^he Course! itself >, T^e ipprning.of ^edriesday!(tlie .first o ¡thesports) dawned most ominously, i the dark clouds arid thick 4 S cote ji ni isl *whichliecatne - visïbîe? could !'be Icálléi .« dawning at «ll; Tlifou^o^t ihe day$h< - M-wa^' ?Äiff^^Wftl^»4 ver) fitmP jS||yt W^,5iîwfcoiSe:Avill wai u! j^|id enough,to ste tho,sport,joould no ,,fll»«ter courage to venture forth.: Thc :»tteHdano6 was thin' ará spiritless al IlidluigliiliètacM'^ the entrances, were bf a cliaraèter ito ejx '? tWHtf&<n^>bi¡it$fc ' ^ftfe èffi<w#.jeach, .?w)p^ftj|.^d4^|r,V8«;Wpn^y the vajer|ui favpwte,tÇ(^"il»P turf/ - Jdrroolcs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

ii e -|f|iiiÄiiiin';w! / Jbl : «véry description performed wjth .(tféfctnèfts knè Wspateh;' at Sydney prices, brímtóely^Law "Forms, Bill Heads, Cardsand }! iil»bti)^ Circulars. Posters and Hapdhajs,, ' &c.,&c.,£c., . , ^ i - ' ' ' ~}.t. \ ?.' ËÈQm&téiï;ff$fi$$iP&m of j tfie follow Updates :-Maj 24; j .'rid November'7, lfl^,pf JT/te Australian Daily Journal ; November 6,1844, of T'/tß i Sydney Morning Herald ; sud November $ Í8Í4, ojF Àforning Cfironîclè, for which One $bl}Ung each will be given at itoe tiatvkc&bury Courier Office.

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HORRIBLE MURDER. [From the Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

HORRIBLE MURDER. [F roi» t he "A u s tra lia n .}? LNQUEHT.-An Inquest was holden on Tuesday thc 20th inst., at the Royal Motel, on the body ol' Mary lloadley, who was murdered in lier bed Ure pre ceding morning, at her résidence, in Kingistreef. The following facts were elieited from the evidence of several witnesses, the principal of whom was . Rosina Wilson, a, girl of thirteen! years ol' age, the adopted daughter of the de ceased. A few minutes jiast,four Relock on Monday morning last, the above-. named child.. who _slept with the de ceased, was a\v^dftnedTiy^^liio^T^uT^ iing noise in the throat of the said de ceased., and by a light which was burn ing in the room, she saw blood flowing from tJtc"head ; at the same < time she perceived the legs of a man, who was escaping through the window, and who, in dress and appearance, much re sembled a person named John Skinner, iwho had been taken into custody on the morning of the murder, at his house, al Paddington, together ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

DEATH. PATTEN, Mrs. Ann Foss, wife of Mr. William Patten, Pitt-street, Sydney, on Saturday evening last, deeply regretted             by her numerous friends.    

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

,:'?; ";. îiEW ZEALAND. ? C ! " ? V ? 1 \ . .i tn our last púbíicátioh we .siatçd, that the. settlers at Auckland, 'ffew/ Zealand,' wèté! entitled to protection from the Government, having fsjrly purchased their lands at hjghj prices" We qnestionéd át the stone time? the nronrietv pf th« !ßawrii»n#ii» '%X\Atnm IMSI* country tn possession, unless it lip-; ? tained the land on fair and equi table lerms from its rightful owned? the î^ative CMéis 1 ? this, we regret to meulion¿'isnot.t^fact;^ When the late'Governbrj''Captain Hopsob, deemed it necessary to Vé'mWft the seat-of Government from .the Bay of Inlands io the Thames, his Ex-cedlency. ¿ans cereáojiie, took possession of the whole of the land on which Auckland is bni|£, And for m'arjy miles around it. Amongst his acquisitions was no less than forty thousand acres, claimed by à Mr. Fairburn-ominous name -a native of Scotland we believe- whoj by some hocus pocus transaction :ii,t was. said, induced ONE of thc inferior chiefs to gran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

NOTICE. ;-v;y «fioftEiliMOÉ Begs , leave to acquaint the Public that be* has received instructions from the Fra? j príetórs to Seil bj* public Auction, on ; SATURDAY, the 31st Instant, at M¿¿ Blanchard's,,*\ ^hite lïari Inn," at-B¿ o'clock precisely,' 100 Head of a Mixed Herd of Horned;; Cattle, consistîn» of Superior Milch Cows, Bullocks, Heifers, &c. Terms madeJcnown nt the Sale, Windsor, May 20, 1845. . '1 Hotice. B.. LABAN. tftîÎTE will sell by' Piiblic Auction, on SATURDAY, (he Slat of May, Isstanri, at rliè"Stores «f'RIr. ? TEBBUTT, a quantity of Merchandise, consisting of-Piece Goods, Hats, ¡Shoes, Ironmongery,' .Glass, Crockery/) Ware,, Irish Pork, Amarican Flour, a qtianiity'of Uar Iron, with numerous ether articles. Terms Cash. : . ; Windsor, Hst May, i845. - Hotice. MR; GEORGE SEYMOUR begs most t respectfully to inform ' the tiúblic,,that it is his determination to leave this part <of the Colony..' He «Iso retards : his sincere thanks for the kind suppo...

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. AFFECTING OCCURRENCE. [From the Essex Standard, May 17, 1844.] THE FORCE OF CONSCIENCE.—CONFESSION OF A MURDER COMMITTED NINE YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

¡ C A RI^T A li ;P If N t S H M B N T. AFFECTING pÇÇÛBBEîÎCE. M ' ^From the Essex Standard,May W, 1844Í3 .- Wig JF.ORCE OP CONSCIENCB.--CONFESSION IT HÖF A> HDBDKa COMMITTED'KINE YEAHS AGO, -"¿A report having been circulated in this town [Colchester] that a native of Pol* -itii,;. (stead, at present in*he East ladies, had been apprehended for having committed a murder nine ot tèn years back, and for which an innocent man was hiing', we . haveascertained "from our correspondent in that neighbourhood the following par .tícülárs. ltíie accuracy of which may lie re lied on. On donday morning last. Sir Joshua ?Rowley.' Bart,, of Stoke-hy-Nyland, re-j , ce i ved a communication from Colonel Dear j ?of the 21st Regiment of Fu'sileers, stationed ; :-- i to the Bast Indies, with the copy of the Court of Inquiry on a case which had . caused a great sèn'sation iu.that^regjment.,. A short time back a young min pf the» name of William Towns, a native of Pol«, stead, whilst on.guard, mentioned...

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MAITLAND. [From the Maitland Mercury.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

[From lite Maitland 'Mercury.] , TUB PßEpoiVG »UraiNB^We ar» glati to fiotl that the drcdgiug machùic has now got fairly to work iiiir oiir *ïvèr. It com« raenced its ooerations last weác on tho lower end of tho flats, and is making vé ry goo J progress. . * ' AoSTBAOr OF THE EtfQfclSIt OoRlí LAWS. ~We have to; acknowledge the receipt of a copy of this pamphlet, which is from the-pen of our late townsman *' Robin Goodfellow," who is indefatigable in hi« exertions foi the encouragement of agricul ture. The pamphlet jcbntáimV a summary of all the.corn law* which have^»een passed tn Ëiiglaaâ from 13ßOcdown tfl the present time, for the regulation of the export and ' import of cora, &e.t end for the encourage - meat of agriculture. í Tbe work ;coutains much curious and valuable information bearing t)h the »om laiw9, and ls highly creditable to the iearrdäg ,ai)d'industry of _ Its author. It is well worth a perusal, lt j is from the press of Messrs. Statham and Foster, of the *'A...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN (Upset price £5 pet section of 64 acres.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

AT THE'POLICE OFFICE GOULBURN I (Upset price £5 pet -éú^on[w^^^bitB,) 1 Argyle, 64iß acres, parish uoäamoH, near Bungonia. . r 2 Argyle, -64) «cres, parish unnamed, at Mutmutbilly, (hird Brodalbane PJainJ 3 Argyle, 64') acres, ;par»sh . unnatned, at Mutmutbilly, third Uieitalbaoe, Main» , , f 4 Argyle. ^4) acres, parish unnamed, at ? Bungalore Crefck . 5 Argyle, 640 acres, parish, unnamed, at Bungalora. : , *' ! ' , /' 6 Argyle, 64) «cres ¡paríihunn6m#, near NadjigoinarCreek. j ;" ' ' . -

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THE HORSES PER BLUNDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

THE HORSES PER BLUNDEVL. WE have been politely favored with a sight, of a letter addressed to Judge Donni-   thorne, bearing date, Calcutta, 20th Jan., 1845 and enclosing a catalogue of the Sale of Horses per ship Blundell, which has come to hand via Mauritius. It will be in the recollection of our, readers that we published an account of the first day's sale which took place 16th December, 1844. in the AUSTRALIAN of the 13th March, 1845. from which we ascertain that the lots down to 35, were therein correctly set forth, with the exception of lot 9, which we see is tiohajly^nóreas*^ t-wiU^bow ooTsetilers the tfeeesiity oîfrtV ' ¿hriug prime stock, as the e*penae;ofs&ip fog will, iofcourse, be the same for « good horse a» abad oiie, whilst,t|»e net proceeds will Tall lameutably ,«hoit. The highest price realised was for grey,gelding, 5     years, -(supposed to. be " Friar." of the Steeltrap blood,) which fetched 2,500 ru-   ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS     MAY 25- The steamer'Maitland, 1.03 tons. Parsons, master, froin Port Macquarie, with wool, cedar, &c. ' .86-.Tita steamer Sovereign, 119 toaS, Cape, master, from Moreton Bay, 22nd instant, with sundries.       iß - I'lié sehr-oner, Waterlilly^ 155 tons, dayle, master, from Newûasti>, with 105 tons coals,- .:- ? ' SAILED. 19 -Tim bri* Christina,*Saunders, master, for yfart. Phillip,with sundries. * ' |P.J9-The brig Guide, Addams*, master, for Lord Howe's Island, with sundries. "2'*-1 tie schooner Ann, l)u.iha;n, master, for ' 20 -Hie brig William, Thom, master, for Launceston, with coals and sundries. Wallis Island, with sundries SI-The.barque Lindsays, Williamson, mas« 'er,for lbs South Seas, with stores aud whaling gear 2i--The schooner Martha and Elizabeth, Pock ley,, master, fur Port Phillip, wi h sundries. 21 -Tlie schooner, K-tte, Salmon, master, for Welling o i, with sundries. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

TE II MIS. . ,?: - -,r Tft» Hi\vKEsnt-ny. yovipfp$fficQ^nßißi0äß,päb lished every Thursday .rnornin^, in Windsor md Richmond,' and forwarded. li all ppr'tt.oftUt Country. ?'?xt . '*"J"',4 /fte terj«s of SuBsonlPTiON are 5». per Quarter ; and -S'uiicr&trrsnot reit dent in el Jttr' of VKjibovt («tim tn tut jiai/ in «[¿¿anee. The quarters ena on the last Thursday in the months Of Mardi, Juné, september,and De embe .»<>« which tidytm'y 'or jircvwut to th?following Mpndny can retighaiivn be receive !, wldch mutt le jiccomtiaiii.d by pay ment/>/all monies due. . ^ ?-;?(-' I'fte charger for . ii¿VERTISEMENTB or«'Ï 'For. the first inch 3s. ; a'ni fdr every inch of t¡tace,after, at therate of'ls fdr each insertion ; a ,d the num ber of tim stab» fuhtished be written, on the face af the manuscript,- or theadctrïticmenU jjbiU be continued tUlvountermanded, tCvn-ßUb&Cili'e s must pay theánvountprebwíaiothi^iiHhHóf their adte tisements, which mutt be emt'brfvre t...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

SUPREME COURT« , SITTINGS m Nisi Pities. TUESDAY. MAT 27.-Before His Honor Mr Justice Dickenson and a Jury of four ? "'. Turton «. Simmons. This was anjacUoh.. ' 'bfougbt bV William Turton, to recbveVthfe . 8901 pf ¿500 from James Simmons^ for which a .bond was given as a security Tor the execution; within two years' of a deed bf release by Mrs. Simmons of her claim to dower on a certain piece of land, sold by defendant to plaintiff ; the said period of two years having expired, and the con': dirions of the bond dfemaining unfulfilled. Messrs. Foster and IffiWvall appeared for the plaiuttff.aud Mr» Windeyer for the de fence. .., As no proof could be given by the de fendant that the deed ot release had 3>een executed, the jury, under His Honor's di rection, found a verdict for the plaintiff for £500and ls.damages. Brown & another ». Single. The plaintiffs in this matter were the masters of the In-L solvent Estate of one R. A. Wiseman ; it was sought to recover from the def...

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THE DECEPTION. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

T H E DEC EPTîO N. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. f Continued from our last.) " Well, what success ?" asked the country gentleman, meeting the guards man who had just quitted the Baronet. ..I begin to despair," was thc answer ;. ** bili 1 will not give it up jet. 1 have a plan lo get him among a few of ours ;: -a lillie dissipation used to turn his brain. Well,; good bye. You must not give him any of your wise counsel against my society just at present, you Jtnow." j » 1 esigpalr/&r? ^rbfidealto. *mf" to thej Aa^oi«i8lhyí4e* *i&¡Hlt§tÍ^?Tfh% t0 his purpose was ip take^hiB rnotliferbeefci to. their «alive ^oontry.yWdt 3ío1orfi6»í 4&i*sKfrtr¥t^^ m-ip^Wi mtïtms ffowm fsupfeB-i «tjueus/eMibati sh* bad *c^ wfongly^ *itt>engaging herself«ttf4* WbT, îfas'so'! <much in tfeed of hér altt^â Sflcièrjy ,âi^ 4 llie iaCter^îjl delayed her ^ephrtur«.. At length á new anxiety arose toXornienl lier. The letters of^fc GaVeTshámhe came less/r^ueati-^il^ick'Witli hope deferr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

WINDSOR MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR begs most respectfully to acquaint, the Public of Windsor and the surround ing Discrets, that list/tog already given Notic* that bo will final ly close his Uuoínss on tbs 7th Instant, be now ha« the honor to inform them that lie will dispose of the whole of his expensive Property (Without »ny reserve- on TUESDAY Sod WEDNESDAY, the 44th and 25;h Instant, at ll o'eluck each day. precisely, st Air. Blanch ard'*, White Hart Inn. AM that Valuable Farm of 4 ) Acres .more or leas, situate at Eastern Creek, about two miles from Windsor,.on which is erected a Dwelling, Dairy, Slaughter Houses, Pig Styes, and other Buildings, and the whole is enolosed with «cub. -stanrial Fence ; and there is a Garden pf about three Acres of the best Land, containing all the choicest and best Fruit Trees of every descrip tion. In faot the above Farm is well adapted for a Moiling-down 1 Establishment on 8, large scale,and is also a good Dairy Farm, being well watered in the driest se...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS; ARRIVED. MAT *8.-Tie steamer Shamrock, SOO toni/ Gilmore, master, from Pert Pfailliu tbs 18th, Launceston the *lst, and Twofold fis/ the tólh Instant, with sundries. *J8.-*-Tbe brie; Bee, l34ton*, Unthank, master from Port Nicholson the Tib, Cloudy Bay tb» 10th and Kapui tb» I4tb Instant, with timber, ¿co« 98.-The cutter Thie le. 16 tone, Clapham, master, from Auckland the 3rd, and Maorangi the 10th lostantf with sundries. 30.-The barque Cecelia, HT rons. Pearse, master, from London fist December, and Per» nambuco the February, with sugar. 30. -The schooner William, Freeman.master,, from Moreton Ba v. with wool, tallow, 6tc. 31. -the brig Essington, i3S tons, Griffiths, matter, from Port Fairy ttad instant, with wool, tallow, wheat, icc. Jv vs l.-The Post Office packeting Amelia, 437 tons. Teasdale, imiter,from London the iib, end Falmouth tb« 31st January, with merebia dise. SAILED. Mar 28.-The barque Elisa, Valrent, mister, for Liverpool, with colonial produc...

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From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

Jty *ia! Excellency «w ©éórje^t^p^night , Captain-Geaeral «'öd iioVerrior-m'-tJiuef «I ! : Dependencies' ; abd {VïcV Admita) ot the came, icc, otc. " i '« J In pursuance of vtUe áutborlt)4 itt Trie Vested by a certain Act of the*-Imperial Parliament Of, Great Britain and Irelaud;passed in tba Sib and; tith year of Her IVltijesty's îleiçn, intituled V /Lu' Act for regulatingtbe Sale- of Waste Lands be Íóogmg.lo.the Crown io^be' Austriilian Colo nies/' 1 do hereby 'notify abd proclaim, that at eleven o'clock of lVednesdíiy,$thé I Ith ¡¡June next, the following portions, of Crown Lands «rill be offered for sale by public auction, at ibr Colonial Treasury , in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each respectively, oft" the terms and conditions, and undtrthe provisions of the above ri cited Act (Deposit IO per cent ) .; .. SUbURttAN LoT-S. - ! (Upset price £5 per acre ) i I Auckland, 4a Sr, pariah of Bimmil), at twofold Bay, suburban allotment No. 1. (Uptet price £2 per ¡iel*1.) -- Î B...

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TEMPERANCE SOCIETY TEETOTALIST. OR, A WARNING VOICE. VIS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

aáoho^oneéSr»B^%r«é/,¿atf%o!y re« ? ' pectatte, ".m*»»'-* .'*'*'"" < Alway« io «pirita, and never dejeetéble*; <Dne of thosetnef/wbo wou|Q neVer*oupyxi himself, ''ä : *?* J But o er bi« pípe^ud ^ia^gl^BS, would en,. ¡ . -iib <joy%im»elf ;sî i » ?Sírer found«bber, disliking all dirônéss-* »Rising each inoro with a jclear bead for business; v.-q-v. vj;tí''>-fí i "", -fiío honbr*d -bis;ÎLing, «as-be iovedvtó>| national, :% :Vi"]\ \ ' 4"i . And lived like -a being 'disposed to be rational, *' . 4, ft< t.-.;:f.-,! ¡:..Í. ? ¡i». ' ?'? . '. ^trm . 'lohn Jones bad à wife, 1ulî;eJjd pleasant db ¿ feature, '?-<..??-<*.*: ? A nicS little wornanya good hearted crea ' ture ; "'. ^ She'd goodürorldly wisdom; could shrewdly . "defeat a plan. In short, jost the woman who knew how to j treat a man. ,.r ;'l , '.; O '«' Children they had, too; all grown pp and dutiful. f I '-Boys looking healthy,' ¿nd girls looking ; beautiful ; '...

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IMPERIAL MANAGEMENT OF COLONIES. [From The Port Phillip Standard] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

IMPERIAL0 Mk^Aif'ÉáfíÑt OF IFröm The ^ort Phillip Standard ] }yE:havgsSy¡,tiie6Bed in pur nö \eVy long, , Co}on¡al¡ experience, ^oiné^Ütlrérj re<' , f Markarie pieties of, Downing-fetreet wis toi in the déspatichcs of Secretaries off j WbfS.elMf'. to«* «John U-U86elifè re i:(pj¿ and fibing with «heat,« the silbes i. t ^hich; in fact «Vasjone of the . ihostpr««' ,$ep£|,apt$ of<?l»ís> mdminleírátibn, and ¿ - whiiîh .no doubt cheeked the *spirit of j9W«eg^n*an!Í inbnopóly of/the food of . thíe people, $o*hat'Btî no ^eribdí<ia¿ the * price of flour «adibread been so-stead V; as since tim time. Another idea qwfe' J)y Ze^nd? ego? erjplog «, hUnftebepi ^iure^ jfod talking of his ^resources in ' i*w¡hi i quantities' '-'ot ^örtjle'- lafidi !^ó^ course atm |toutad MfbrtlM ! Lord Ï '. w*e wish-Vbdltne^r New^éaíand . as* well as wedfyVi°,^r £b¿í; 1 ¡' "'$$á»H jrio^ &l allowance "Ipi '^è{|>referajil^1ji^«nf bl.«!»as (curious /^^ièce ot jprip^j^ itiî...

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