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(From the Cornwall Chronicle, May 17.) Brig Calypso, Gage's Road, Swan River. March 19, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

r^n^syw^g^'¿i'Jti'1 " "wu w. pi W1 ,~ ^lbÄ1.K 1845 ' * I have ilje' pleas-ire of forwarding you, 9j;4HKaf newspaper, [by; w^ich yut will perceiWljlip ^ojp.ny^as,y{&i|e4«.. »he '^ëiI^iiUi^^'^iili a /vtoléïiV hurricane, wliiolilasteH otílya fé'Wiió'urs;"'30 * Cagtiin Smith, bstmíl fof f.oiídón, and fifi^en fr^oniiheir rapp4ring^a^^j.f4iided. The IWifa^ l*4jlief?hu* sustained the greatest damage, and is n.áw,/Í£sehaf;in{r Iht "whole bf hercargi preparatory to Is1 -Îf4f^S*H-/fiireilBlS'TOÏrBÎi*iaÊiî ex : fîoorliè/ds are p'art|ía¿^»^lú^-iáf}J>car$ [ broken bacVed. ^ .* Va-i» This huforttfnate afFtir lias' placed the iriercharitflandíetijera-ín ratherml in: cpriyenjent position, having no; twessel # now left "to convey their ,cargo home, fhere is SulftcienY oil and* vvopí here to load¿ vessel: of 500-toñsi " "'? '""[ It appears this sort of weather at tins season #/ the year stawk onprecederred -ihe^îdv'sLçoloyis^ shöl't ä têihpëit. ? Tljfeffl'ile wis quite local, Törwe were *&...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1845. THE DEPASTURING REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

THE DEPASTURING REGULATIONS Wa are led to resume our remarks on this ?subject somewhat earlier perhaps thai» we intended, on reading «n article in a oe« .temporary (the ATLAS,) of Saturday last, 'on the''principle of the Squatting Regu Cations" ; the writer of which*ays, " Those «who Vish to understand the trae pripciple .of the Squatting Regulations, must look .for it neither in- the professions of abhor rence of the monopoly of the large Squat, iters, which Hts Excellency embodied in that singularly uncandid and illogical document in which, after making one gen rfteman an imaginary present of Bargo ¡Brush, he drew some equally illogical con delusions withTegard to the working of the Squatting System, cased on a total sup pression -of the ¡fact df the existence tf . .?auch a thing as assessment. Nor yet from his sympathy with the Small &quatteret rpopükrly eattedfetibe SELLÉES AND CATTLE sTE4i*Rs,tw>hóm, though he loveth wísply, lie yet loveth not toó well. Nor yet from ...

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

A : NATIVE- s6lE^!fes¿i-0he of ^at^a loss what , r/oùwe'to. Jteer;;ahd1,retî selfTieWeTji'm. Near titwood Was ^à lal|ív- iawiboQed^-ovfergrdwOi^ 4 a if tern >v j».T^^PyiJProbabry4è*ô^t>6n '^e&rsbf eg^ tfig&ng pbtàtôes; m^pei (dre#<4i^e'fe^^Hi||^c»r^e^ ^nd, said,' «E Hartog JnV good ^r)lñíi,,.cftn you in I ca4»tl/¿^t«ea^^fáV> as lt daed^, be aforBhthéy«tu tlie'tfoóá^áw^ ¡t was generally reckoned"Mir1 4'Î?V outhdw ^the ^nVlfirÍiílí$P 'ujf (be road ^wd'drjfth ^re^n^iewV ^ue^jTustl House |o*ti fc|i|ï lo^hô', a£arn and tliejnex.t '*j^,^a|r«¿iack(..,buv.oId iHoskin's is.on j Seyant. - s You'll be sure lo meet bis gals Ipng afore you get there ; 'turnal rotnping critters, they plajgue our folk's J woreVa little, ^ttw 'ahl^r^^in^piour1 "'oaf«6r «very M^p%la;^; m^Uyr < örctörfd. .Jsettf; tfô^og; attel? thea i1 jWjiyrJief. makes the wpol ^fl2Tí ÍJ|$¿ jjetticofttB fly lis la^-aiij lp snal^efj^L*'! see you areP inçliiieSd to, .be facetious,';young ...

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

, At «lev« o'çlôôk, öf Tliurëilày' ihe 19th day of Jurw, jwtll be butiíjiabsUcUoní lifflie aérerai Lmed|4bej£ipe¿ia^8x6 OcbUrWi 'under the psoritperJlst^ tiie fol. ~ La^d^ror oweiyeafj fron the ¡be obtained frbm the 5urc¡evo£ Genera} » and res. 1>Ä£.th^& ieurerfBüd^tttöTohe^ffieeWiyijiarict. <T4»eupset! pHce»f*«»aoFÎ3^5*lr>ectionof ?.<?î ,««., i;'t5 W«N|é9u*iÉfc.)« fií"^',a v 1 BrisD'ane.D^Dacrai/^BWshjià^ near Alurwrdoili; abolit «ve'mfl&s ubnhîeast from Murrurundi.''' : .' *.-»Í-?': Ï-* *';:,,"''! < SjjUriahanej 610 acres, - pariah unnetned, near Murrurundi.- * ' * * . î ' 5 pbiliiuj Bçres, parish jurmanied, at the ¿den; vrWfcejul bf Widden pieekq .{* ti - 5'íPhtlKpp ©Nt\) Wrès^ ^per^n^gon^d, near Coggan"; V;U,.;r"5 J >. ô: BattiorMy640 Were«; parish of Neville. ,...7,;«atàur8é)84<i%bnk,£Mi$' of s«Btf#i ^BaihurBt.om acres, parish of Osborne. ,^ 9 llathursti 040^Bcree,í^pariÍ3h ^äfiamed, at Tjumbîotnblah. .*isno"....

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

iii-« -{ari oe »di «noí wái> oiiow ô4î .»^?se»» y ? éter y desfcii jítft)rMfföÄd tot'iff' Labels, i(Sîrôulifl* 'λôst^rs- atifl &&4ffl[|£ "'MÉitótóí>i WËWSFÀFàas of , IJi-siMie foHoWio^ dates :'-Ä»J9*y ^4 f Naretober. 7-, 1844; of Thé ¡AékmlMn' IT ! Mpi&iJoUmal: ;; November 6, 1844*íof TA* $ydi\9v. Morning Hervid ; tfntt ^/einher* ' 9,¿)&4;,- ©6*«to-^oi*ft#s 0&»^ifëÎ4 fó^ which One^ShiHîtrff-EUch will be jgivfeä lit

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 June 1845

<. ; ; 'VAN DÎ^MEN^LAND. j ,>.©¿pdRTS.-The value of lae exports to Greift Britain and elsie¡Where during .the ilast^qoiifteri' "'has" been-Gteat Britain, *654i29Y*Ntíw. South Wales1; C£J5,597'¡' .<8»ut¿; ^ Australia; " £1,392 ': Mauritius, £2361 ; Guamif£5S0. 'Of whßat;' th'ere Ka« *tetf<^éipottëd^'Ôrè'SÏ1 Britain] áÍ4lé bushels; td i;îîJew South HVales, 23,698 *b\ishcis'í =*ö Guarri» 10,949 bushels. Total GâiOeS ^usliels ;'«vàlued at- ;'£9W9.f- Of ftotiiï$401 idhsJ;-vai'te^^m, ti orses,; 281'; Valúe, '£2636. "Frail "formata |¡pJ cofesidèrUSl'é árticll» :iri'tKfe fétufí, lfiewing; arííéxprfrt'of 782 "packages ;* vaVùe, £6i21 The Value of the'prbâucts ofVan Diemeh?S: Land înclùdediti thé: tofal amount of ex ports for !thte quarter is £60,325 ; the rest is-tnadc "Up bf wool and tallovfr, " from New ; Sûûtb Wale's, au3 Reshipments, of imported articles.-Lâuncëstôn Advertiser, April 19. r>EW ZEALAND.-Murray's Review of the 17th April states that Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

TERMS. I hi H AWKESBL'iïY Couitien witt Continue to be pub' lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor «ni Richmond, und forwarded lo ell parts of. thi Country, The terms of SimscniFTros «re ns. per Quarter ; and Subscribers not resident in either of the abott towns must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September, und Derembe<; on which days on'y or previous to thefollouing Monday canresignatims be receive !, which must be accom¿Hini d by paye ment of alimonies dtie. The ch>rget for ADVERTISEMENTS are: For the first inch Zs.; and for every inch of space after, at the rate of ls for each insertion ; aid tíu wm* ber of tims to be f n'olishtd must be written on th* face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded. Ron-subscribe . . must fay the amount previous to the insertion pf their udve tisements, wh eh must be sent, before twelve o'clock n iou, on Wednesday, and o<deri to w...

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THE DECEPTION. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

THE DEC EP Tl O N-» A TALE OF REAL LIFE. lt would be difficult to say which oj Uhe party was the most astonished at thii ^unexpected recognition. Gonzales, who for a moment supposed that the strong resemblance of some stranger tc Hier deceased lover 'had deceived hi: «cousin, was soon convinced that thc 'Baronet himself stood before him. The .lady, whose curiosity liad hroughl about this meeting,, after gazing at them 'for a moment in the utmost perplexity, -said, *'Here is some mistake, madam ; 'this gentleman, Sir Caversham Harley, ¿is my husband !" Quick tts lightning the conviction mow flashed on Gonzales* mind that the .feelings of Dolores had been shamefully trifled with ; and as she, who scarcely -understood the sense of what she heard, ?stood grasping the arm of Sir Caver sham, with her eyes wildly fixed on his *face, he said, ** Your husband i madam. May I -ask how Jong you have been married to »this--gentleman ?" About two months, sir/' returned "she, haughtily ; for there...

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ODD FELLOWSHIP. A SONG LET US RAISE. AIR—"The brave old oak." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

*>p^t'ipiflIP. i Aja^'The brave old oak/; ?V song let us Taise to the Order's praise, And our brethren where'er they be ; 'Let our hearts be light ou this festive .night, i And our sduls Tram all sorrow free-; *For ours ts a cause, whose glorious laws, Bind all in a friendly chain. ^United we stand in heart and in hand, And discord may threaten in rain. Then a song well raise to the Ordei*s praise, And pledge it with rapturous cheers : ^Let this be the toast, whilst proudly we boast May it flourish a thousand years ! ^No pauper's bell shall e'er ring a knell when a Brother hath past away, /But many a friend to his grave shall wend, And tears shall bedew the clay : 'When at eve wo meet, in communion sweet, "In our secluded room, ^We breathe forth the name, and the vir« tuous fame, *Of our Brothers who rest in the tomb. Then a song we'll raise, & c. If the mind should be from pollution free, We refuse not a Brother's clasp, *Nor his acts do we spy, with a curious eye, But w...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

of Tune; will ht fut «jp to auction, ** jtb»#êrer»4 - «isca» named, tb» Ijoensesto occupF,: tín«lw*b# regulations of me Slat August, I8*J¿ lb» 4i4« lowing portions of Lt«J ,for "one year, fromlha Ißt July, 1845, ... <: Further information respecting tba land asar beohiHÍned fro» ibe Surveyor General j andres, peeling the conditions from the .Colonial Très, surer, end at the Policé Office of the District. AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY. ; (The upset price/>f each lot is £3 per section c ' 64) acres.) I Brisbane, ?40 acres, parish unnamed new Murrurundi, about'fire miles nohh .east from Mnrrorund i. 4 Brisbane, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Murrurundi, 5 Phillip, 640 acres, palish unnamed, at the Kelgoolah mountain. 4 Phillip, Gi~> acres, parish unnamed, at Wid den, at the head of Widden Creek. 5 Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, neat Coggan. 6 Bathurst, 640 acres, parish of Neville. , 7 Bathurst 640 acres, pari h of Shaw. 8 Bathurst, 640 acres, parish of Osborne. 9 Bat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

WINDSOR . MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR tegs most respectfully to.acquaint the Pub! ic of Wind sor and the surround mg Districts,' that having already given Notice that Le. will finally close his Uusiriss on the 7iii Instant, he. now lias tho honor to inform them that'he will lisposa of the whole of his extensive Property (without any^ reserve; on ÍÜUIWDAY and WEDNESDAY;, the 84th and 2.5:h Ins ant, ot tl o'clock euch day. precisely, at UT. blanch ard's, White Hart Inn. AH that Valuable Furnr of. 40' Acres more or leas, sitúale at Eastern Creek, about two miles from Windsor, on which is erected a Dwelling, Dalry, Slaughter'Houses, Pig Styes, and other 'Buildings, and thé whole is enclosed with a sub-, stantial fence ; «iii ihéW U ,n Garden - of about J bree Acres of the best Lnn;l, containing all ihe .çhpisest and best Fruit i r«.s nf every descrip tion, lu fact the above t\ir«i is well uJupu-u fer» Hoiling-down Establishment on a large dCîle, and is also 3 good Dairy Farm; being well watered ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

? A T>«àu^tw^ ^utboritfesp^a^iunc»^ 'j&pardfa tí± $e "£iw!knged')^\t «ap .jçtt . Tlíe cbaieojíll : ¡¡-entlémon is koo trópoKs 61a Ure monomaniac %rtoobnB ÍOT ñ núln . ' bBr of ^retira farrcied ' Aie World ? was op »ri .fa.is shoulders, and therefore -thought bod # right to carry-»tf/. or make . awnjr u'^li^^rj^ej^ya j, destroy-, tliè ?gooi name, Erne,. and' «Bpjite, pï those who resided iVertonot therein:! 'Thefhal Ibngor thcroght dilferpnily^arid'JÂibieq^èbiry the. nionr^aniM«was^;éâ]io iMuB?u¿l¿wfy îfç'r which jpugiiacjous act and deedj/e Qhtdwffe ger) was. we believe, arrested, and bouud to keeo the pe.ice'for twelve tnotitbfc. ît was rumburíd in S}^ñey, bnTtiesdáy evening; that i1ió><':j>ütj lie defamer" bad accepted another challenge lo fight a'no:her duel with a close,, fri nd $J-k* gentleman Who first'called Ulm Ouï. The pint* ter is to be Settled (it àfrtriged était) oy&Vm. .yr" Tii£ AVLÜS."-This. simrtöousifirint^.ftj {bough conducted wit...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING ^ÎEîW' ARRIVED^ ;F JONE 4-4The steamer Maitland, IÖ3 tons, Parsons, master, from Port^acquarle the 3rd'instant, with wool, cédaVl&c.''1 5-The steamer VVilÜBnvthé Fourth.'tó tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence Uiver the 25th ult., via Port Stephen*; and Newcastle, with wool, tallow, shejepslfittjB, &c , . ',. -.,,";.; ; 9-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tonsj Cape, master, from. Moreton Bay. the pto. instant, with Wool, tallow, hides, &o. SAILED. .*";'. JUKE 3 -The schooner Comet,. Cprfc, master, for Nelson, New Zealand, with sundries. ' . * 5- The steamer Shamrock, Gilmore mW« ter, for Twofold Bay, Port Phillip, and Launceston,'with sundries. 6- The schooner Columbine, Captain Stratton, for Tahiti. 6- The schooner William, Freeman,/mas ter, for Moreton Bay, with sundries- . 7-The brig Ann Carr, Wirfrf.' mastéjf. fór Liverpool, with colonial producé;'" ' ' 8-The barque Royal Consort, ' Legge, master; for Calcutta, with horses. « 8- The schooner...

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MAITLAND. APPREHENSION OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER OF THE TWO WOMEN IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

APPREHENSION OF THE ". SUPPOSEb Î MCTR .. ; DERER OF THÉ TWO WOMEN IN^SVDNKV, . : Yesterday a maa named Joh» Connolly reading the account in tue B.ucÄJs Head inri/West Maitland* was struck wttht|he conviction that the man alluded to was/a person he had formerly lived within MatJ land, named fohn" Ahern, andaby 'a'stíárlgo coincidence, a very short time'.afterwards he met the very man, who, instead'ofjgreet ing him as an old acquaintance^ evidently avoided him, and sheered oif as <j(uickly a» possible towards the fields.' Connolly now felt convinced that he was the/,mùrderèr, and gave chase ; Ahern, however/was too active for bim, and disappeared Tröm*ight. Just then constable Kerr, on horseback, came within hail, to whom, :<3onno)ly.dea cribed Ahern, and pointed ouMhe direction in which he had gone. Keir promptly started in pursuit, and soon brought sim back, lt was then .discovered that hè had marks of blood about his dress, whtch'lJf course greatly strengthen...

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MYSTERIOUS AND HORRIBLE MURDER. [From the Australian, June 5.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

MYSTERIOUS AND HOKRÍBLIsj MURDER. [From the Australian, June 5.] A great sensation was createc throughout Sydney on Wednesday, (lu 4th inst., by the discovery of another ol those diabolical murders which have o late months diffused horror and conster itaiioi) into the hearts of i he inhabitant! of Sydney, lt would seem, indeed that almost every repetition of the dread ful tale of blood, which it is our painful duty to record, were doomed io be writ . ten ite characters of a deeper dye, to bc nourtrayed in features, more and mon hideous and unnatural. The first sus picions in the present case, were aroused On Tuesday afternoon, when a small house¡in Sussex-street, between Erskine stfWt and Margaret-plafe, was forced .pen, and the marks of a large quantity of blood found upon the floor, and .plashed upon the walls, together with .oíne traces of human hair, which teemed to have been severed by the blow<6f a hatched, and forced into thc wall by the same instrument. The house ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

n i Hi AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE LETTERPRESS PRINTING of! every description performed with ueatne&s and' dispatch, at Sydney prices, ? namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards end'. Labels, Circulars. Posters and Handbills,1 REQUIRED NEWSPAPERS of ,lhe following dates :-May 24, and November *7,1844, of The Australian^ Daily Journal ; November <>, 1844, of The Sydney Morning Herald ; and November * 9, 1844, of The Morning Chronicle, for which Ope Shilling each will be giffen at ww IB©® QM

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. It is believed that Qacen Victoria.! and the Prince will visit Paris in the en suing spring. Preparations are said to be making for the reception of these il: lustrious visitors et Fontainbleau and Versailles.--Leeds Mercury. 1 A vessel called the ** Pagoda" was fitting out at the Cape for an experi mental cruise to the65ih degree of sonlh latitude, by the " Winchester's** officers and men. The Royal Exchange was thrown open to the public on New Year's Day. We understand that the hopes which have been entertained by the King oí Hanover and their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Hanover, on an event which was likely to add to the ¡domestic happiness of the royal pair, are for the present frustrated. PRESIDENT TVLF.R.-It is said tha* thc President of the United States, and his lady, will visit this country in May next. The Rev. Mr. Wright, of Phila: delphia, who is at paesent on a visit at Belfast, has addressed a letter to the Northern Whig, in which he s...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

:«»- 'te-*- * VÁRICES. ; 3ol)n Wtïilanw convicted of slteéjp.tteaUnf ^n 1813% the York summer àssizesfwas: s«i»teàçld to be hung. The chaplain waited upon him on the morning of thc execution, and, as usual, exhorted him to prayer ; after which, he was requested by the chaplain to join him in singing a hymn of forgiveness, upon which the poor fellow replied, " then you must forgive me this morning, for I am so gallows ropy." Mu URAH poa HIGH-HANDED JUS TICE !-We are glad to see that the wisdom of our ancestors, as evinced tn the punishment of offenders, which, we feared, had fallen into general con* tempt, continues, in some favoured nooks of these dominions, to govern the proceedings of the magistracy. A gio rious case occurred at the Banbury petty sessions« One John Goggins, labourer, was charged with an offence against the game laws. Ho had been seen on the morning of the 1st of September, walking about in a stubble field with a gun. William Cowling, one of the Earl of Jersey's lo...

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THE SQUATTING QUESTION CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

^THI IQUATï!M QUESTION THB Regulations published urthe Govern* -*né«í Gazette ot the 2nd of Âprii, 1844, 1 with reference to the occupation of Crown * Lands under Squatting Licenses, have ' not been brought by us before our readers . : the announcement having taken place full three months -before the HAWKESBURY Cou RIEB, was in existence' i and although ; the majority of our subscribers may have ' made themselves acquainted from other : sources, with the "nature arid tendency of ' the regulations in question ; it may not be ' amiss in entering on the subject, to state that thêy appear to hâve'been' called forth by;à practice, which was considered by the * Governor to be assuming the appearance of a monopoly in land,-^some of the large squatters',t>ccùpjfing; "several distinct ' stations underone license. His Excellen * cy, theräore;; with|hé''ad$ce^Sf "the Exe cutive, Council; ordered that from and after ' the first .bf July. 194&F(next month,) a separate license must be ...

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