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BIRMINGHAM WOOL SALES. Birmingham, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

BIRMINGHAM #O,OL; SA!lKS:;!: Birmingham, July 30.' . /,T;he7-new't wool - mart,'' the' estaty ishment of which was; ann6uuced.in the Times a few week3jagoi'cwass,.;pp,/ne.dx:yes'erday ?.un- der very nromisi'iigK'auspic'es.v -The' -first ;sale of.the;s,ea,son'W.as;held;iin ??Bi.ngl.e-y::.hx.-' |hibitLo.n:Hal!V' aiplaceiadntirably ? suited. fo- (the. purpose,, and comm.anded a^Jarge^at-., jfe'ri dance °6'f 'tlVe'^agriciil tin ists A-f J.lh'efw m'iq-' liand^co.untieSj-.and tjiewoolslaplers of Brad-;; ford, Leeds *and other parts of'-theAVest fRiding-of(Y-JrksKiVe':;' ' l! :;' ! ;;.',,?;,:' ! The jwools , wer.e exposed , in bulk,'' each jparty s'clip being sold separately, ;rexcept- !ing.;corts,vblack'.ii'fleeces;-.-':-and;;::locks!.-:::;T.he,' Jclips offered on this occasion '^consisted for :the: most .p^art pf 'the firie'and/midaie^sbrts' !there''beHng^b^£a-.^ ;of the wool sold may be consideredjas-a jfairavera'ge.6X'th'e:growtliTof the- immediate |mi'dland'a:islrictsv'wh'erVit was^cH...

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THE IRISH CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

:^:v;j:: :;':--THE'IR[SH;;e3BN'SUS;- ' Abstract of the Irish Census iii;1841 and 1851. Houses ihhabited . . . . .'-'.? 1,328339. ..... . 1,047,735 Uninhabited, built i. ..;.? 352,2 08;^ . . . '65,159 Building. v. . .' . .; #3,315 ^fi ^ . 2,113 Total ;/;; ..v ; -:. ^.fi384-566v. '. . .1, 1 1 5,007 Families . . . . . f; ??.-? ?. . . '. . . .1,472,237 1,207,002 Persons : Males .... . ',\. '.'. 4,019^576. .. .3,176,727 Females ....... .4,155,548 ... .3,339,067 1 ' Total ;.....;!..... 8,175,124.. . .6,515,794 ' Population in .1841 ... ...... .8,175,124 -?' v 1851...V.^:.i. 6,515,794 ? :| '; ?? v Decrease;. ;.. ..... .. 1,658,330 Or at the rate of 20 per cent.' ^ ' - Population in 1821 ;v. ?.-.?.?,-.. .. .6,801,827 =? ?''' ; 183L... I'.. ...... 7,767,401 -'.-?. 1841.. ..'........8,176,124 ' . 1851.. ..;.',.:. v.6,515;794 Or, 286,033 souls fewer ''than in 1821, thirty years' ago.:'i'.:',i ?-??;?? ?'; ??',L-:u/-vV /;?.,?'?'--'? 'Am considerable proportion Jof ? the Ideficienuy in the Irish ...

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Sidney. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

Sydney   7',-' ? ? {' -r' ' .*?? 'v :' - '.' j;kv! ': x ? HAIL STORM —Sydney was visited yes-   terday with a hail storm of more than or-     dinary severity, and in the southern and eastern portions of the city and suburbs     considerable damage has been the result. Almost in every house in Parramatta-street, and along the South Head Road from Liverpool-street to the Darlinghurst Court House, have suffered severely in the destruc-   tion of window glass—some to the extent of from thirty to forty panes—and numbers   of houses at the Surry Hills, and on the Riley Estate have been similarly visited. Several small houses on the Parramatta Road were completely unroofed by the vio-   lence of the wind; a great many squares of glass in pits and frames at the Darling Nursery were smashed by the hail stones, and a large number of choice and valuable plants either severely in...

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No title October 21st. 1851'. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

-diiiiLi i;i(iF?(m,:the?Argus C6rrespondenii^sl'-:- .?:??:? ;.'i lvTh^:i:very:-imj-erfect '^'me&jis'l .of ^'cpmmunifeatidnj: ?wjith tha BjcvpLnKy-orfg; ,',p ost'oirnco' 'without arspeefai~ jnessenjger^fenderjs/ouf 'correspondence very uncer tainafierie^aTi'd?iwhatever may havejbeen.thefatefpf my missives from hence, I am in 'total 'darkness -in the'sTiapT bnettq^^^^ .,-'.^:i';n 'a~f -- ? venue of £3000; per' m6n|H,'r'it'is^hpt'tb6^(much _tp 6xpe6'li:ipfr6lie Gr6verhment!that'la';Tegular, 'constant^ arid-'sec'urf 'postal.. cbfnmuhicatjpn;j'sho*uld;be-tept; np't%?thth''e1'c-apital-'fpr'tHei use pf~ those who; pay' that revenae^ x^y;.::i'i;*w.zu r:o in.y.'A\ a^iztih p^ '?'?-&. iStiblics'iaeetin!g; \vasf {heia last nigMy at' which ? some^efcy-stfcb^ th'e-'&overnirie'ht' regulations, ;tho'Bic&nsingi .System' In general,, and. .the ftmo^unt-ih'pa^ understkn'd^y6ti0nave a^repprtcr^bii'the^pot}1 vv:h'o' ?will no doubt furnish the de'tails^I f shall Wy' no mor...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

ILcta! 'fiiiiiHjgVritc^.'' Bosh Law.— Mr. Jamss'Walker, of O'Corinell, appeared before the bench on Monday last to- an- swer a charge preferred against him by the Chief Constable of suffering two saddle horses to -stray about the public streets, contrary to the provisions of the Town's Police Act, in such cases '-made and provided. Armed with a black-lead pencil and ;a quantity of paper, Mr. Walker presented a front to the bench like a Westminster Lawyer, and 'Com- menced taking notes with the air of :a'inanwho was not to be trifled with. Under these'eircum' stances it was. not to be supposed that Mr. (Walker would plead guilty by acknowledging^theiprpprio-i torship of the stray horsus. . His legal - acumen., taught him that the onus of proof lay-jupon the j prosecutor, and it was not until Mr. John , walker, . brother to the offender, was called that their .idenrr tity was established. After going through : the . forms of cross-examination, &c, in.-a. lawyer-like fashion, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

(Jfiolfl ^utciHScrs. GOLD. GOLD purchased ,by the undersigned in any quantity, J\-r CA.^H. 1 ; ' BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., „.,, , Dtirham-s'.ieer, Rathurst. -,. .'-'./'-V- ' 'Gold.' ' THE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of «. GOLDat Bathurst, Ophir, and Sidney! - ' ?« ' ?-? . - - I/, fc S. SAMUEL. , Australian Gold. rpHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X GOLD to any amount, WILLIAM CUMMIKGS. Clear Creek. Juno. 26 th, 1851.' GOLD. THE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD DUST in any quantity. TH ACKER & CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. SAT VZIST GOLD. THE. undersigned is a Purchaser of BaTHURST GOLD, in any quantities. ' EDWARD SALAMON, 446, Geoige-sirept, Sydney. - '.-,) Gold! Gold!! HTHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of lii GOLD.sbothat Orange and at Oplnr. -,'i ?- .' JOHN PE1SLKY, ,, - ft _ - - - Coach &. Horses Inn - ? ' ' Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. ' ' * ____ C P. DUNSFOKD TS a CASH PURCHASER of BAT11URST GOLD X in nny quantities. William-stieet. cA largp lump us a...

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WOMAN'S EMANCIPATION. Being a letter addressed to Mr. Punch, with a Drawing, by a strong-minded American woman. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

WOMAN'S - .EMANCIPATION; Being a letter addressed to -Mr. Punchy with a Drawing,' by a strong-minded American woman. ^ : , It is quite easy to realise the considerable dim-, culty that the natives of this old country are likely to have in estimating the rapid progress of ideas on all subjects', anidiis us. the Anirlb-Saxons of the Western World.1 Mind travels with us on a rail car, or a high pressure river-boat; The snags and sawyers of prejudice, which render so dangerous the navigation of Time's almighty river, whose water-power has toppled over these gaint-growths of the world, 'without-being able to detach them from the cohgenial mud' from which they draw their nutriment, are dashed aside, or run down in the headlong ;. career of the United, States mind. We laugh to scorn the dangers of popular effer vescence. Our almighty-browed and cavernous eyed statesmen sit, heroically, on the safety-valve, ; and the mighty ark of. our vast Empire 'of 'the West moves on at a pressure on the...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. THE GARDEN: Sow cabbage, lettuce, radishes, carrots   onions, leeks, peas, broad beans, French beans, and tur- nips; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes — THE FIELD: The latter end of this month plant potatoes. — THE VINE:     Grafting the vine to be practised this month ; the buds begin to shoot towards the end of this month.

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IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FROM THE TARSHISH DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FP.0M THE TASSHISH DIGGINGS. .Tiiere has beea a great amount of speculation in oar good town of Baiharst amongst people skilled in the art of gold-finding, as to the proba bility or otherwise of the mountainous region through which tae Aoercromhle River winds its meandering and rugged course to tho Lachlan, proving to b«. the seat of rich auriferous deposits. 3-f«?*?7 who have prospected the country, and iiowjrat-iaeai experienced diggers, have returned after an ansacwssfnl sojourn, with very enfavour -; ble irapressioy?^ and not a fcw have condemned :h& Taishish Diggings to prtseat unproductiveness and hopeless sterility. Time after time have* we been requested to tell the world that the Tarflhish Diggings were a great cheat, and often; have we heard its pioneers denounced as quacks and im postors. But the course we deemed safest to pur sue was to give the naked truth respecting them as nearly as it was attainable, accompanying biir statements with fr...

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TURON. PUBLIC MEETING RESPECTING GOLD LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

;' TUEOK PUBLIC'MEETlirG RESPECTING GOLD . ??????L'ipMsES.:'' ''; «A.sPubli6j 'Meeting to consider the present. system of Q61d;rEiiconses, was c'orivoned' at!Sbfala,\on Six turday afternoon.; iBetween. about Swo and three thousand diggers assembled. .The, meetjug lasted ? two hours ; and it is but justice tq^he.people of the, Turon to state, that it was as.-jor/i.erly ;:aud-yellr' conducted as public meetings usually am , It -was no mere '.mob', gathering. There' was no/disonler.y no violent language, no subsequent' noisy gronps, no necessity for police interference. These facts bespeak consideration for the sentiments ^embodied, in the resolutions which were (passed. -unanimously;'. The chair was taken by J.t .Schubert, J. P., of Mo,unt Keira, who explained, that , jie had con-, sorited ' to preside', rather- to preseryeJorcler^ than' from strong sympathy, with the 6bj-ict'Jof the meeting, having arrived too recently to feel- that sentiment*: . ..? .- . . -.:??: ?; ;:?::; ' .; ...?...

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MAJOR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

?' -..-. - ;i ; ?vMAJOR'SnCREEK; '' ?-. .'? ? ? '' ?'' .-Nov. 4;— The miners here are still doing first, rate : Manyiof them get as much as 2. anil 3 ozs. per day a man; A party froin. Broulee, consisting of five,' got; 18 iouncesaday.i I, saw a little boy get | oz. Tdwt. 6 grs. in a;tin ;dish,. from a place no larger than a post hole. The. party who ar ranged to drain the water hole, have gibhed at the work ; it is therefore 'givenr over for the pr sent. Some of-the-knowing ones think there is | lenty of gold .there yet. New diggings have been ibu id in a gully adjacent to .this place. Some a e doing first rate to-day. I may safely say that n arly oS the gullies and creeks about here have plenty of ? gold' iii- them.' Richardson washed a small quan tity of soil in his scale in a new. place known only to a few, and got thirteen specks of gold in the first washing.* The soil, was taken from the side' of the . barikvvyith'!his hands. I am certain that there is plenty of gold at the sa...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH AUSTRALIA. HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

: CU STEAM ^COMMUNICATION WITH Y '? ?;?*!???:?».;. «, -AUSTRALIA.-, . ...?;,-., . ?,. . .'?--, , ; House of Cqjimpxs, Jui.t-30; ? ----'v ? ^Tr... Henley Avished to ask the' Chancellor of the . .Exchequer,'' wH'ether . the .attention oTtlie Govern ment had been .'directed to' the .first report of/the Select Committee - on Steam' -Communication Avith .India, and wliether it was: their intention-to cany oiit so much of the repert- as proposed to connect the Australian colonies by means of steam cbmmu, nicatioil with the mother country, by a line to be extended from tho Cape of Good' Hope to Sydney? And also, whether it was the intention of the Go vernment to obtain-tho requisite i.servico bv public contract oi* by. private arrangement ? * ' ' The C.iancellor of . the Exchoc|uorraplie4t|iatiKH^ no positive determination had been come to on the subject. He was anxious to see what the result of the inquiry into the other part of the subject re ferred to the committee. The matter required ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. FRIDAY, JULY 25TH. EMIGRATION "ADVANCES, DTSTRESSED DISTRICTS (SCOTLAND) BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

IIOlJoE 0 IT CO. MMp^S. .' PRID.VV, JULY 25TH.-' : EMIGRATION 'AnVAXCSS, DrSTRESSED; DISXBICTS1 (SCOTLAND) BILL. ? '. ' O;i cl;xus3 1 boirig read, . , ' . Mr. S; Crawfiprd bbsprved, that he] thought a, measure similar 'to. this; would' be inost ad vahtage-r ous- to Irelfuifl, for thare wi'is great 'similarity' in 'the distress cxistiiiir in the.two countries. r ? Mr. Snnirt: approved the principle of tlie. mea suit, and thougrit it 'was^fciilculritcd '.to do much good, t.Iiough not' so niuch as if it 'had been intro duced/at an Cirlier period of the ?'session.'. This re'lim'so. provided tluvt' any'-owuer of liuid niight iiiake application for minis to assist in emigration; He recoin'menderl th.it they shouid'provide.'for the more extensive /application of the bill to all persons inteiv estcd in' estates '.wh'ii might . not cbiiie. under, 'the strict bgaiiieliiiition' of owners; The. Government wished'* to obtain a proper security for the repay ment of the advances, but ha whs, far f...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

?k- .a. iii'^soum a^tralia.: ^ ^ ;; . ' Discovert* '6'p'Gj^ 'Ar/STRALiA. — 'Many, rumours havejbecn i;ife7 in ~Adelu3e on this .exciting .subject; v',, It' is 'kiipwiij how. rer, t] at gold, to some' considerable extent; ,Ms'l?eea obtiliii d from the washings in the'Sbuth; Parli ;i-a,':{d pile gentle man has despatched a par$y 'on';prbspe.ct,' as it is technically termed, to work 'iii' t!i-t'lb(inl ty. A much more important discovery, 'wS/are in ormc.d, has b; e i made by some Gerrnah ' riiiiVers, fo/mcily employed on 'the ' Wheiil , Gawleiv0 TlieJ loculity is said' to be at a- considerable: distahce5 to tha east ward of the Murray, but,1 tievcrthelcssj-witliin the boundaries .of this ? p'rbvini-e.* 'The samples were 1 shown in Adelaide oil .Thursday, but the exact po sition of the discovery w;Vs'!ribt!''c!ivHJged, as the parties are aiming at the reward propos-ed-to be of fered by private pnrti.es, and toAvards which a sum ! exceeding £300 has been' already. siibscribedv Mr. Henry ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

l&X^T-';?'7 ? '' Turon ? ^ :.?' ? THE Rev. S. Wilkinson will hold Divide Service . at Uakey Creek, at 11 o'clock, a. m. '!?? AtSofala, at 3 o'clock, p. m. At Wallaby, at half -past 6 p. m., on Sunday, the 1 6th instant. ?'?;' A PUBLIC LECTUUE : L TO be delivered by \V. I. GtUYLlNGt. ? I ; At Mr. Whitton's, Commercial Hotel,: V ;'-:. ;;;; : ' , IN the t.\ROB room. ^JpNAfOKDAYNEXr, NOVEMBER 17tr; ;-TI7HEN a most brilliint series of 'experiments r/iVV ; willhp shown, illustrative of ARTIFICIAL -ILLUMINATION. s:;i;j. *?:-?-?.? ; SYNOPSIS. ? . The T*cture will be divided intn thrr* parts. First, the cause of heat and fire. Second, what is the most economical food for fire. And thirdly . Flame, when almost every spicies of illumination ever used by man will be exhibited as illustrative , , pf tiieonep advanced ; amonpst which may he men tioned, the Ghs Light, Bude Light. Drummnnd Light. Bnccius Light. Also, the brilliant combus t ion of Iron Wire. Phosphorus, Charcoal, and Sul phu...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL "NAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1851. The Biggings. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 November 1851

THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1851.   The Diggings.       [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.]   OPHIR. From a gentleman who has just returned from Ophir we glean the following partic- ulars. The superabundance of water still remains an obstacle to the progress of mining pursuits in the bed of the creek, or on its immediate banks, and is likely to remain so for some considerable time. The conse- quence is, that no sooner do parties meet with any impediment to their industrial opera- tions, than they at once wing their flight to the grand centre of attraction, the Turon. A constant ebb and flow of population there- fore is taking place, and until the summer heats have partially dried up the sources of   the two streamlets whence the Ophir dig- gings are supplied with water, it is not pro- bable that gold digging will be con- ducted with spiri...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 19 November 1851

- GARDENING- AOT- AGtfTCITLTURAL MEMOJ&A2n-A.J FOR NOVEMBER. Tub GAftDEiri, -Sow cabbage, lefctuco, radishes, carrots onions, leeks, peas, broad beans, 'French' beans, and tur nips; plant cabbage, lettuce, arid potatoes.— The 'Field: The latter end of this month plant potatoes.— The Vine: Grafting the Tine to be practised this month; the buds fcegin to shoot towards tho end of this month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 19 November 1851

(!5olD }purci)3Sers. GOLD. f\OLD purchased by the undersigned in any IJ quantity, for CASH. ? . :' BYRNES, WISE, AKD CO., ^ _ Durham-street, Bathurst. ''- ' ' Gold. rpHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of 1 GOLD at Bathurst, Qgkir, and Sidney. L. 8c S. SAMUEL. ' '- Australian Gold. rpHE undesigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X GOLD to anyi'amount. ? . ' ' , l WILLIAM CUMMINGS. ' Clear Creek,, Juno 26th, 1851. ? ? . ' ' j' GOLD. THE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD' DUST in any quantity., THACKKR & CO. ' ' 541, George-street, Sydney. ; EATilURST GOLD. THE undersigned is a Purchaser of BATHURST GOLD, in any quantities. EDWARD SALAMON., ' 446, George-street, j . , , Sydney. - ? Gold I Gold!! THE undersigned., is a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD, both.at Orange and at Ophir. ? J '. 'JOHN PEISLEY, , - . . ,' Coach & Horses Tnn l , -i 'Orange. ~ j 'Gold., Gold. 'Gold. :,,cTp. dunsford IS a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD in any quantities. William-street. 'A large lump as a specimen ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 19 November 1851

? 'WEEKLY C^LENDiR/ ?Jl - ?? ? ' '-?.. .- ~ TT « ? . * . ?: w. 13 - ? ° '???1 ?*—* ? , ? -j£ ? : ? r H.- M. & M. H. . M. Not. 19 W. 4 . 48 6 -. '4425 .. 4 JOTh. 4 . 47 6*' . 45 26 . 4 21 P. 4 . ' 46 6 . .4627 ~. , 4 22 S. 4 ? ' 46 6 .' '47 28 . 4 23 Si - 4 ?- : .: * 46 16--. ::.:48 O ,,-. ...... .-;. , 24 M. 4 -.. 46 6 . 48 1 -«? 0 ' 25.T. 4 . 45 6 -. 49 -2 - ? *_0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 19 November 1851

„,?; ;;o r StEWA.RDS,. .. ? .. ._ ,.?,;,.,, W. H.r SUTTO R, Esq. .. 'J&I.G.1 : , ' -Ji.N. M-INTOSH, Esq, , S. SAMUEL; Esq. .. .. :, ; ? . ?? Judge. : . - . 7; ?: ;. : W. LEE, Esq., SbnrV v -;;-; ;- .;;' Treasurer. ' ' '???'?'? ???' :.'??':'?' ? MR. JOHN DARG1N, ;;;; '.; 'J ? -Clerk of the Course. .-?, ? -.-;,. ?£.. 1 ' MR. JAMES BRADY. ^V' . '' FIRST DAY. .?..??.i.-i,n;\ -Wednesday, February 22nd 1852. ' , ; THE GOLD DIGGERS1 PURSE to f consist ;of Gold of the value of 1 00 Sovereigns ;;:with;1jj sweepstakes of £5 added ; . for horses ;of:.a.ll ages, weight for age; heats twice round the course. ' Second Race. ..,..;;.'. THE MAIDEk PL\TE, of 70 Sovereigns ;? for all horses that have never won ; the second-horse to receive £20 from the prize ; distance one and a half miles; weight for age. Third Race. :.;;:, THE TRIAL STAKES of Two Sovereigns with 30 Sovereigns added ; for Two year Oldsr dis tance about a half mile ; colts to ; caijry ? ' 8st. ; fillies 7st- 1 libs- ? '. '. '...

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