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ALBURY. From the Border Post. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

ALHURY. From the Border Post. X he rtouoniNo Matcu.— Jt will bciecn from an adTrrtircment appearing tl owbere, that the committer of tbo Agricultnral S-tc\ciy have decided the quantity of land to be ploughed at a quarter of an acm, inatead of hulf au aero, as originally fixed. Tbis is a decided im provement, and will no doubt have tho cETnot of inducing many moro competitors to come forw«rd. Vfe under stand that the committee bava accepted Mr. E--p«rV kind oiTor of tbo use of bij yard fur tno pnrpo«cd ol tbe i Sh»w. Tub Black Haitoii — Tbe prospecting p*rty htm , bort tUicd two h'lfi wttUout finding gold, but thoy bave good hopes of bUung it in a third nbaft, which t^boy aro ! putting down in a diffrmt »ita«tii«u. A eeoond pro— pecting party has been fiuo l out by Mr. Le«terf who ha» liberally engaged to furnitb the needful snppllea until the publio shall come forward with their 0ub»criptio(i». This party consijta of Mr. p*r*ons and two others ; Mr. Paieons bring one of tho party wh...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

i LOCAL IPTTELLIGEKTCE. Stealiho. — On Thursday last, Wiltjnm -HandcocU | was placed before the l-ench» at West M^Utland, chargod by Sergeant Kerrigan witli Mteuling, Sergeant Kerrigan deponed that on the previous day. his attention had been i attracted by some ouo crying out in High-street, I 41 Whore aro the boots ?*' a».a upon reaching M'Manus'a I public house, tound the prt&onor there with the .boots produced in Court, in his posnesnion. Thomas M4Evoy bad calle t at M'Manun's, and wliiUt there, was told by a b y that some one ha«l taken a pair -of boots -off his skdlle. Tho liatidkerchief and pair of boots produced in Court were then fiileutifitd'by the deponent ae Itia pro p rty. Gi'Orge K.enuiw» || identified the ho ts produced in v'ourt .is die ln-ot8 which he had mild to the prosecu tor .ScntoiCttd to ouean j.ith imprisonment in MaiilamJ Giujl. Breach or tiie Licbnsiro Act.— On Thursday last, John'UulUmy, laudloni of tho C« ach antl Horses Inn, Elgin-strevt, appe red...

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THE OPENING OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

THE OPENING OF THK SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tim npcui th* Kpaoinus hall remtuly er«*o'tsd | for the Scho I of Art/, form* ah ttitoretftiiig ntnl vi-p-- olotia - vtmt in the anrii U * f MiilUf.'l. Tha oo ^ocr-ttion ol ffuoh a iioHles Imtlilint t» th« mi vncicmiioi.t --f m;ie»cr and literntitrr, fo'0^hnd'*v* fhc fuMir« crstidrnr of oar town nnd iioi^hh-mrhiH.d. An Mvent oT thi-« *klnd could ooouronljf AniongBt a po--p oilisnn.aiehc I antra or by energy* pfir«iTnr»»iicr»t And p trioi i^m. A. stupid aad bar* hnrouft raco would ncvor tbitik— o'uld n«rer (iroAm — of cf orectii'K muh a building -for puroljr intHlec'u.J par* poftot. Honco tho prtN-peritjr ol our Schorl of Arts, as well u that of tb« kitidred in^tttatiou iu «At M*i i»id, .ahowfl r.hnc wo bnvo pa^tnl ,t nt uta^o .of coiunix-stlon wherein r ho mem -npjily ol ti.iraal wattu und tho oioro a(.*cii'iiul «tlon nf tu.tterinl nra the only things doomed «r »rrhy of ^n'-ral e-'ti-i JoratloR, 3'rtvclling ou trArdsstop by stop thn first ruda of a...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

MAITLAND PRICE OUBEtJITT. Ales, En({ll«h, per ho/jihead , D 0 0 Itf 10 0 O IJyAi*'i,i-or doicn « ? O il 0 0 If 6 AlUop'i, ditto . , . 0 11 O 0 13 0 At tlio Mnitlanrt Drewortci, per blid. . . . 0 12 0 6 10 6 Ditto per c»b cm 0(4 010 byilney, per gallon . 0 1 0 Arrowroot, per ll- . . 0 1) 0 0 '0 tt Ditto, Writ India, ditto . 0 1 0 0 1 4 Hacoii, per lb. . ..0 0-7 0 0 10 lltiffi, X bimlicl, per doicn . . 10 0 110, Hark, per ion . . C00 Urcnd, per loAf of 2 Itn . . 0 0 4 0 0 ft Hrichi, per ihounand , . -? 2 () O -3 6 ( | liutchcrn' Meal — Uccf, per Ib, . 0 0 t 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto ? t ? 0 0 '5 0 0 6 1'nrk, ditto . . . 0 0 0 0 0 7 Venl, ditto . . . 0 0 5 0 0 'fl Huttcr. f rc»li per lb. . . 0 I C OxO Ditto, Mil, ditto , . 0 I 0 0 1 '4 Unfiled Fruit*, per bottle . . 0 I 9 0 t O Cnndki, mould, per lb . ( 0 0 Wholesale, per lb . . 0 0 7 f.'hceic, per Ib. . . ? ? 0 0 '?- 0 0 '0 (.'oflec, ditto . ? « 0 15 0 1 ,ffl Coal, per ton, delivered . ? 0 IS 0 0 14 0 Currants, Zantc, per Itj , . 0 10 0 1 '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

Mb. D. C. CARTER'S PRODUCE SALE. Yesterday boing Good Friday, no produco was offered, the samples will bo held over until Fri lay. Samples of produce which was in the Town hare through the I week brought prices of last week's quotation. MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. Since our last report, s toler.ble supply -of fat stock has come to hand, audtthrough the unpromising state of the weather better prices bavo been obtained. This chango ia, however, but temporary, aa wo hoar of several lots to nrrjve as soou as q favourable change in tbe weather takes place. t, Prime fat. jthoep. continue! acarcsj-iapd ccftllss high prices. .Useful horses of all classes aco'-miBCh la demand, and alto gi.od working bullock, and milch cows. Result of sales as follows:— 85 head of fatcatlle, 105- 11 head ditto, 110s; 73 bead ditto at 8H to 83s; 440 fat withers, 18a one hor»», £ 20 2s G.1 1 on* ditto, £8. „ . DODDS AND CO. Oth April, -1857.

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Am r. n i 'a'. 'i Ot ft to Knoi.asd'i) Quei:n. — Qnecn Vic toria is a woman, a lady, and tbo chief of the State, nnd it would -bo Impossible for hor to tako part in tho un wonted ccremony of Tuesday Inst without many a strange thought. Hlio received a jirriicnt rarely matched in its grace and spontaneous kindlineMi: and from whoni ? l'Yoni the '' rebels,' with whom her grandfather, George IU., found it so difficult to be reconciled. On the dcck of her own ship, the Uo-oluto, sho was tho gncst ; her liot.t was a plain sailor. Unquestionably no small degree of ropnbliciin sobriety inarlted tho mode of Captain Hortstein's nddross. IIo said : — Allow 1110 to welcome your Majesty on hoard tho KcHolute, and in obedience to the will of my countryincn and of the President of tho United States, to rmtoro her to you, not only as on tvldcnco of a tnondly feeling to your eovoreignty, but as a token of lovo, admiration, and respect to yonr Ma jesty personally.' T...

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PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

PRODUCE. SALE. ?W. Pritchard, Union Wharf, reports :having sold by auction, on Wednesday, 8th instant, 2 parcels . very infe rior pressed Income-bay, £3 Id -.d'to£3.7s 6d per ton ; prime lucerne'bay. in-good demand, and would realise £S per ton ; abont -llOO bushols maite, 8s 4d to 8s Gd per busliel and Jn good domnnd ; 200 bnsheli-of very ?inferior wheat, 4s 4d-to 4o 6d per bushel; a parcel fine flour, -£18 per ton ; a quantity. of second flour, £10 per ton ; a lot of damaged flour, £0 10b to £6 ISs per ton ; a small parcel of barley, £s 8d per bushrl; yohidej, from the M'Leay River, 23s ,7d .eacbi a small lot of rath, r inferior sides, 22 a; a parcel of ohtepskina, 7d per Ib. Great demand for bron and pollard.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

A (iii NTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Bernard Naughton Black Crttk — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Milfo. Barwin llutr — iiriihant Waltr — Mr. Irvine Coulter Bingera — Catsilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Coolah — CocfrJIghter' & Creek — Mr. J. H. Squire CoonaLarahrati — Callandoon — Darling Doiont — I)ungug—)Ax. Thomas A. Birnaga Dunmore. — Mr. G. IloberU England — Britannia Officty London (hnfion — Mr, John Williams dayndah Goanoo Goonoo — GouVium . — Mr. Thomas Williams Grer/ord — Mr. John Bu»h Gu Uigal — Ifinton — Mr. H*nry Atlcim Hanging Both — Memi. Davit ind Bradford Iptisieh and Brithant — Jerry * Plaint — Jlr. Oliver Sannden Loehincar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper* Macdonald River (near WirnUor) — Mr. M. O. ThompMB Manning River — Mr. John Newby Mae.inlyre River — Manila and Gtcydir River* — Merrixca — Mr. David Monro Meroo and Long Creek — Mr. Stephen Tuckffr Mitfuld— Messrs. Crothors and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi— Mr. H. Wheeler Mutic...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

BIRTH. On the 8th instant, at Government           House, Lady Denison of a son.

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LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

UFKASSUUANCK.' I {rt\n/t the I-.niinre , April 1',) Most of our ri'iiili'is must notico ol' liow fW' ?'lilout oituiti iicc arc aniHiuiU'ciiU'ULi of deaths ol' heads of families leaving widows with several ? orphan children to deplore their loss, nnd how often such advertisements are succeeded by sub scription lists beiiif; opened, to provide sonic sus tenance to tho bereaved ones. To the benevolent such subscriptions are a serious tax, and they, at the same time, feel painfully hoiv inadequate are the results. We seo men occupying high posi tions in their circle, spreading around thcm.tho ?uiiiishine of the social virtues, the soul of their whole party, in a prosperous business, enjoying life to the utmost, and surrounded by happy wives and joyous children, suddenly cut oil', and their i'iinilics at once not only deprived of their accus . tomed enjoyments aud standing, but reduced to absolute want and dependence 011 cold charity ; arid thus, in many instances, those whom we were onc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

Maitland Philharmonic Iustituto. rpiIE Oilicri of this soeietv ami tho public KCtlornllv .1. lire rej.p-trn!lv informr:-! that n M EE' T1 NO tviil be held in llio new SCHOOL OK AltTS onMotidiy r.venlnir next, at seven o'clock', to la1- r into consi.lera tion the future ninna^eiucut. of the Soeieiy Ladies and (rim-leinen desirous of bocomiiifr mcn bnrs nre most re.s|)cctl'ully invited to attend and enrol thair unineB. ? P. SINCLAIR, April 1 / th, 18, 17. Honorary Secretary. To Klillors. WANTED, by tho un-'srsinned, n competent WORK MAN to proceed tn the couiit'V. -None hut a sober indnsli-ious man need npplv : n selinlar nreft-rred. l or larticulars upply to Mr. WILLIAM IIIWIN, West Maitland, or CROWTITEItS & IRWIN, 1C8» ? ? Millflehf. WANTED, TEAMS lo loml for the Biiudnrrnh River anil Hnnilnmu'jr. For further particulars nnnlv to JAMES TAYLOR. ' Bonded Stoics, Morpeth, 13th April, 1857. mil WANTED, a TEAM to takn a tombstone to 'I'ain wortli. I'loilr will he |{ivou tn fill ...

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

uur.ES. An allowance of *llhf. will be given to all hordes corn- ' ni from another colony, provided the said horses have not born in tlio eAlony of New South' Wales more than , three mouths previous -o the race, and have not been a winner nt any other meeting in the said colony of New South Wale*. In all races bavin? a forfeit, (lie nomination enn be accompanied by the forfeit ami entrance, and all forfeits are to bo declared on or before Tuisdav, I'ith .May, when the balance of sweepstakes inu't be r» mittcd. All cntranc(fl nre to be enclosed und- r cover to the lion. Secretary, Liverpool, on or bclorc the 13th April, enclosing entrance and sweeps; and parties are particu larly requested to register their letters. Gentlemen are particularly rorpicsted to name their colours at time of entrance, as a fine of two guineas will b'^ rigidly imposed in default. The entrance for ihe St. Logor and Trial Stakes closo oil the 1st March, 1K57. The decision of the Stewards to be final. GEO. T. ...

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THIRD DAY.—THURSDAY, MAY 21. To start at half—past 12 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

I'll I Pi D DAY.— TituasuAY, May 21. To start at half-ptist 12 o'clock p.m. First Race. — The Fatscie ok Wai.es' Siakks of 100 sovs., with a MvecpKtaktts of fi «ova. « ach added ; for all hordes ; M.l*. C. : 1.9 mile; the winner to be sold for £100 i if entered for X8:l, allowed 7 lbs.: if for £70, nll-'wed 12 11k : if for £(j0. allowed 1!) lbs.; if for .C'jO, allowerl 2S lbs ; no further allowance for maidens, mares, or neblinps t any surplus to go to the funds. Eutinuee, ;- -ovs. ; M*coud IioiSj io imceivo 2.i To Ktart at 1 o'clock p.m. ?Second Uace.—TiioGisEAT IIomeiiusii St I«i:gt*r of 200 sovs., with a sweepitakes of Iu sovs. e»eh ; half forfeit if declared by the 10th Auril ; for nil three-year old : colts, 8 st, 7 lbs,; fil its, 8 st. 4 lbs.; J) mile. lCutruice. f- sov.s. ; secourl horse to receive 50 sovs. from the st.ikes, and ihe third bis sweep ; toclofielst March, 18o7. Mr. O. T. Howu's ch Trojan, by Waverly, dain Peri, by St. John (fuil brother to Yono). Mr. .1. Brown's...

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SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. To start at 1 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

SKCOXD DAY.— Wiir-sKsn\Y, Mat 20. I To si«n- nt 1 o'clock p.m. Fir»t Knee — Tl^ Pi: iii.n; \ ss* Poust: of 7-'- sovs,, with a sweepstakes of f» sov.*. eueli added ; for all a;:es ; twice round and u dit tauce ; tlio winner of the Australian Plate or llotnehusli Stakes to carry 10 lbs. extra. Entrance, -'» wivr. ; sccund hor.se to receive 20 a^\*s. ' from the Makes. ?To start nt 2 o'clock p.m. Second Unco. — Tho IIaok StaKks of 21 sovs,, with a sweepstakes of J] soys, en oh added , for nil hacks, car ryinj; !) -t ; heals, once r-und the co. use. Entrance. 2 sovs. ; the winner to he sold iminedii.tcly after the nice hy auction fur X10, any surplus to go to the funds. ' i To start at 0 o'clock p in. j Third Rat*.'— The G w.loway St.ikkr of 20 sovs.. with n s veepsiaktS nf 2 sovs. each; for all ponies; hands, to o.i rry 7 st. ; Mi, to / -t, 7 lbs. ; Id. to carry 8 st. ; I1A, 8 at. 7 lbs. ; heats, otico round. Entrance,

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

AtilCNTS Fl- It TIIK XOIiTflttttX TIM US \ Arm'nitlc — Mr Bernard Xaughton IJt'ick Creek — Mr. Adaiu .Mather, Flour Mills. iJitrwin l!ivfr~ UrULatu Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter citssilis — Mr. W. Miller Clareucti Town — Mr. Lvall ^ Couhlh — Cvekjiyhtrr* Ct fv/,- — Mr. J. B. Squire /' \ Coonainirahran — 1 Cdllitwloon— l-arliny Potent — fhtnyoy — Mr. Thomas A. Biroago ' * Dnnmore. — Mr. G. lloberLs F.wjhtntl — Uritunnia Oflice, London dni/tun — Mr. John \\ illiauis (itit/iniiih (loonoo (Joonao — (luulburiu — Mr. Thomas Williams Gresford — Mr. Julm Bush Ouliiyal — ^ Ilinton — Mr. Hmry Atkins ^ , Jlanyin -/ lluck — .Messrs. Davis and Bradford ? v [psicich and Brisbane — Jcrri/'s I'htint — Mr. O.ivcr Siunders ' : I.ochinvnr — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdumtld Hirer (near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning Jiiirr — Mr. John Kcwby ^ Macintyre Hirer — Manila and (Jicydir Hirers— Merriwa — Mr. David Muuro Meroo and Long K)reek — Mr. Stephen Tucker Miljitld — Mossrs. Crothors and Irwi...

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The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

Tho Groat Northern Eailway, N K.WCASTLIO STATION— 'Down 'Trains. Station. Mixutl Sl'',lly Disl. bTATlONs. Trains. Trains. Hilts. Leave— a. m. p.m in. in.Jp.in. 0 S-iWVol!a 7.'?!°yf'CklC} 7'3' 3' °| 7'-'°| 3' 0 ... -)J Hcxlmin 8*'0 3-30 8- 0 8-.10 . Hi} Maitlnml ? 8'2 t;;l -is-] 8-2 1| :1G4 ! MAITLAND STATION-Up Tiuins. ' r'P'irt~ SlA^ Cnflwiu Jliles. Leavk — n,m L m. a in. p.m. 0 (Sraitlnnd ? ? ? 8''15 4 10 8-45 -rlO '?} Ifcxlmm ? !) 5 4 30 !)? fl ?l .'iO , liii 'New.instlc ? ? 9 3!)|3- 4 D-39; .1- 4 j : f k fl'orfjrcnt dines, NOTIIISO I'.XTKN l/ATK NOIt SET llOW.f AUUIIT JM JIAI.I0K. ' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1857.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

Hunter River Now Steam Navigation Company. MORNING STEAMKItS TO SYDNEY DAILY. mill! Steamers of this Company will HESTJMIS the I MORNINd Till PS to Sydney limn the Wharf. MOni'ETil, DAIi.Y, at 8 o'cloc't (Insteiul of 7 o'clock as heretofore) for the fortnight eoiiiinencing on Monday, the 13th i . slant. TILMOUTIl F. DYE. ilanugnr. Companv'B Oflico, Morpeth, 10th April, 1857. lf'OJ Notico to Passengers for Sydney prooeeding to Newcastle by Railway. miiF. A. S N C'o.'s STEAMERS which leave MW I peth at Two o'clock aftern on, will await tlio arrival of 1.10 p.m. train nt Newousile. JAMES 1'ATEIISON, ?Manager. A. S. N. Co.'s Wlinrf, 9th April, 1 Si'-7. 1(107 Hr. MICHAEL BINDEN, Chief Countable of Wollombi. THE Frlemls of tho nhovo-named Oentlenian art* respectfully iuCormed that a MEETIXO of all part es Inturestetl in tin- ennrso jusiie.; will take plneu at tho .Fitzlloy lintel, Wollumbi, on MONDAY, ,\pril 27th, at twelve o'clock. Wollombi, April 10th, 1S')7. IMS MR, PARKES will mblress...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Ales, Enflllnh, per hojjtheait ? 9 0 1' to to 0 O Pyuu'f, per dozen ? 0 tl tl I) t'i (I AlUop's, ditto ? ? ? 0 11 tl 0 l-1 0 At the Maitland Drcncrle*, per hint. . . . 3 12 0 5 Hi C, Ditto per gallon 0 1 1 0 I -» Sydney, per gallon . . t) 1 ? Arrowroot, per 111 ? . 0 I) 0 O 0 H Ditto. WcU India, ditto , (lit) Oil Bacon, per lb. . ..0 0 7 0 0 tl) 3 bufthel, per dozen ? . 1 O 0 ? 1 1 O Hark, per ton . COO llrc.id, pur loaf of 2 lbs . . 0 0 4 0 0 & Hrick*, per thousand . . ? 3 0 0 3 3 (I Uuleheri' Meat::::lleef, peril). . 0 0 2.004 Mutton, ditto . , * 0 0 5 0 0 6 Pork, ditto ? . ? 0 OyiJ 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . . . 0 0 5- 0 0 fi BuUcr. frcihpcr lb. . . 0 1 C 0 2 () Ditto, salt, ditto , . 0 I O O 11 I Bottletl Fruits, per bottle . ? 0 10 O J O - A Caudles, mould, per lb . , 0 I) H Wholesale, per lb , . 0 0 Cheese, per lb ? 0 0 8 0 0.0. Collee, ditto ? . ? . 0 I 3 Old Coal, per ton, delivered ? ? 0H0 0110 Currants, Xante, pur lb , ? 0(0 0 t -t Capers, per bott...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

1 AG III C U r.T URAL SOC1KTIF.S. *Tnr.nE is no more honourable occupation than that of those engaged in nGficnlturi;. It litis been viewed in this light botli by tlu: ancients and moderns. The farmer leads a manly, indepen dent, nnd useful life. On him are dependant all ?the other classes of society, while he, in a mea sure, is indented to himsell alone lor most ol the necessaries, and many of the luxuries, of life. We can dispense with almost any one but the farmer. In whatever light wc look -upon his labours, they command our admiration. Health, that 'snuffs the morning air,'. and rosy cheerful ness and contented ease, go to make up the sum of his enviable life. If ho has his cares, they are not of that cankering kind' which usually fall to -the lot of other men. The glorious privilege of a constant companionship with nature, is more than equivalent for aught of labour or inconveni ence that he has to endure. The birds carrollin' in the dewy morning surely make for him bettor vnu...

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

To the Editor of the Northern Timet. Sir — With refercnco to an article in your issuo of tin 7th ultimo, headed 44 Mr. W.irland's Cnse,' in which the writer chores to censure most unjustly the conduct of the uihgistrate who granted tlio summons— -as I am tho party alluded to, 1 Iruht you will extend that cour tesy to me that I consider I deserve— viz., tho intcrtiun of this letter, so that the reading public may judge be tween us. It may appear strange that I ..ave delayed my reply so long, hut the fact is, I never saw a copy of the Northern Times until tht 2Sth, when that of the above date was forwarded me by a friend; aud although at first I thought I would r«at ihe atticle with the contempt it deserved, fiel'iig certain hat those who know me lyould ?live in ? eiedit for acting both conscientiously aud iin paitiitlly, on more mature rtfleciion I thought it desir able to n'ter my mind, so that those who are strangers to jne may not come to the conclusion that 14 silence gives conse...

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