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VIEW OF DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND—SEE PAGE 11. VIEW OF DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

?lS''5i£.i^-9^-^^§P--^-S-i^^R5'S'S Si^S.S^'^?S'liJi§::W:'?^-^ 3?! -''-iBv-^ '-i.;' i^^^ife^^ll^i-^r^ VIEW -OF DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND. Wo present a view, on page 9, of Dunedin, tho capital of the Province of Otago, Now Zealand. Tho city, situated on tho south-eastern coast of tho Middle Island, at the head of Otago harbor, about seven miles from Port Chalmers, presents a very picturesque appearance, being embosomed by mountains whose rocky shores are clothed with, trees to the water's edge. Otago harbor is thirteen miles in length, and divided into two almost equal parts by two islands, which lie between Port Chulmers and Portobello. Tho colony of Otago was established in 1848, by a party of Scotch emi grants, chiefly belonging to tho Freo Church, who left their nativo land with tho design of forming a settlement on the principles of the Pilgrim Pathors ; but this distinctive character has long been lost sight of. Originally, tho colony wan named New Edinburgh, bnt that namo has boon s...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CIVILISATION OF THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

CIVILISATION OF THE BLACKS. On Sabbath; the 24th September; an interesting religious serrice wad conducted at the aboriginal station, Coranderrk, by the Rev. li. Hamilton, of Fitzfoy, Melbourne. It may be known to some'of your readers that there has been at this place for the last three years an important settlement of the blacks, under, the management of Mr John Groon. This gentleman is employed by Government as in spector of blacks throughout tho colony. By hiu own' choice; however, 'lie resides at the establish ment on the Badger, in order that he may act aa an evangelist among the aborigines who can bo induced to settle there from any part of the colony. Al ready there are representatives of a considerable number of tribes, all living together in peace, and receiving regular religious instruction. The number settled at the present time amount to about 120. They meet twico every day for prayer, read ing the scriptures and an address. Heathen prac tices have been abandoned ; drunk...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

AGE (DAILY), Agent for, in London, Mr F. ALGEB, 11 Clement's lane, Lombard street. TH E L E AD fc K,' ' A 'Journal' of news, politics, literature, and' art, is published every Saturday morning, at- 65 Elizabeth street; Melbourne ; .The Leaduu. is liberal' in politics, and the intelligence supplied through its columns will be found to be accurate and complete. The subscription to the Leader is Six Shillings and' Sixpence per quarter, payable in advance; or Seven Shil lings and Sixpence, postage paid. Tho quarter may commence at any time. Present circulation of 'the Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, nnd it is, in fact, the largest and most extensively circulated paper in the Australian colonies. Offico 67 Elizabeth streect, Melbourne. Agent, in London, Mr F. Algeii, Cloment's lane Lombard street. ENLARGEMENT OP ' THE WEEKLY AGE, A.ND ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOURNAL. Tho Farmers' Jotjunal, after a long and pros porous career as an independent paper, has been in corporated with...

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THE POLITICAL CRISIS. MONSTER MEETING AT THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

THE POtl'ilCAL Clti&IS. * MOBSTER MEKT IN& AT TBtij EXHIBITION B'UIL'DIN^. ' ' , A meeting was held, at th'e .Exaib'iijon Building, Melboarno,, on the 25tu. jjlt.l to diip'pVt tho aotion ofj the Governor . i^iidtho Mipiairy, irj the present brisip. The building was Hadaely crowded. Th'e chair whs taken byC.' Ashley,' Esc[., J P. Tbo Chaiuman sai^ (the( meeting , Bad boon con vened to adopt iiu a^drels w(h|ch.s|h'ud been framed, ^o be foivrardeci by Uii Exflejlenov io her Majesty, for 4tie parpoge, bf Strevn^iiienii/jf( tjie' hunds of his Excollenoy and , bis ^adyisera , aguins~0 tho action taken by tho legislative (jonuoil. , , ' Mr John u L'Xngl^ds1 -niovoo', iva^ the Rev. Mr ^Ijuams Beconded,' (fto firs't ^reijjimtiouj whioh wus as follows; — 'J Tbat.^ u.s £he Legislative^ J^ouncil have adopteil a uiuoioriai io.tuj£){^ueen,^purportin^ to eet forth the position of jj'ffajra^tj the present crisis, but calculated to lo'iHlead^uoi; M'ijesty a'nd( her Govern ment ; aiid...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. ? *». ? GOLD SHIPS. Tho following ore the gold ships which, have sailod since our last summary :— Sailed. Ship. Destination. ' Ounces. Sept. 25 Northam . . Point do Gallo . . 25,876 „ 80 Kent .. London .. 66,984 Total for tho month .. .. 94,860 Previous shipments for tho year . . 1,159,237 Total for tho year ? 1,254,097 Of which quantity 125,889 oz aro the produco of New Zealand. WOOL SHIP. The 'following is the only vessoltliat has sailed with wool daring the month : — . ? ' Sailed. Ship Destination. Bales. Sept. SO Kent ? ? . . . London ' . . 498 Previous shipments ? 02,144 Total for the year .. .. .. 52,642 VESSELS AEBIVED AT THE PORT OF, MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE . SEPTEMBER MAIL.' . ? „ Sbptemdeh. 27. ? Bnlnciu, barque, 423 tons, Edwd. P. Johnson, from , New York, via Bahia. Lord and Co., agents. 27. .Wepnington, ship, 1000 tons, J. Williams, from Liverpool. Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, agents. 27. Clarence Packet,' fchoonor, 62 tons, J. Oliver...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REPORT OF THE CRUISE OP H.M.S. CURACOA, COMMODORE SIR W. WISEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

REPORT OP THE CRUISE OF H.M.S. CURA ' COA, COMMODORE SIB W. WISEMAN. TrnoM the s. si. iieuald, October 4.1 .,- We sailed from Sydney, on the 4th June last, and made a good passage to Norfolk Island. We sighted 'Lord Howe Island on tho 7th, and arrived at the former island on tho 9th. The quondam Pit cairners received us with great hospitality. The Commodore 'returned thoir civility by permitting the band to bo landed for their amusement, and by getting up a 'very fair ball two nights before our do parture. The weather being very boistorons, we were detained here by the ship having suddenly' to leave the roadstead and put to sea, many of tho officers being on shore at tho time. The ship having returned again on tho 13th, wo proceeded to sea, and met with foul winds for some days. Sight ing Sunday Island, we at length arrived at Savage Island, from whence,' after a short stay, we sailed for Pango Pango, a beautiful harbor in the Island of Tutuila, ono of tho Samoan Group. Here the nat...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPEDITION TO THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

iSXPEDITIpK . Tp THE.'AUCKliA&D I*™/ \ '.''.-r. ISLANDS., V juA^cklana Islands, is ithe name given to a group of iolntjds3in the Southern Oqoan, distant about 160 miles from the, eonthert.inost of the Now Zealand group ; and .th ere is reason^ to believe, from information re cently reoeived' from Captain f Thomas Musgrave, late master of the schooner Graf ton, wrecked there, that some partioalars may bo gleaned calculated to throw light upon the fate of several missing vessels which' have sailed ''from this and' other adjaoent portal' 'The' Southland (Invcroargill) papers re pprted ( the, 'wreck, of the schooner Grafton at , fthe Auckland , Islands, under circumstances which (have created a very lively interest, not only hi' her fate, bat the probable elucidation of the fate of other ' vessels, which: the insurance companies have wiped off their booka as a loss. Tbo Grafton, Captain 'Musgrave.a belonged to Sjdney, and Failed- on) a scaling vovnge in Novembei, 18G3 t' a the1 ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE AT THE WHITE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

TIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE At THE WHITEr HILLS. - - ',[ Last nlglit, a little before tou o'clock; -a tent bo- , longing to James O'Loughlin, at Grassy Flat, at the. back part of Iho Seventh Whito-hill, was burned- to%1 the ground, and three children in it at the time lost their lives. It appears that the mother, Margaret, O'Loughlin had put her five children to bed 'about ; half-past nino o'clock. A candle' was burning near one of tho beds' at the time. - which accidentallv ? fell against the. sidd of tho tent, and set iiro'. to the calico.' Mrs O'Loughlin . as ? well - as ; the children were inside, and their screams brought some of ( tho nearest neighbors -to_ tho place, but too lute to bo of any service in saving . life. A man named Chas. Norman was the firs.t on -,' the ground, and with tho assistance of on© Kennedy * two of tho children were rescued alive from tho flames. - Dr. Wall, who had reached the spot, dresood their,, wounds, as woll as those of tho mother. The ohildrea i wer...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

THE MONTH. We have to record the arrival of the English mail this month with more punctuality than for a length of timo past, tho R.M.S. Bombay having reached here on the 11th inst. Tho politioal embroglio still continues, the pros pect of reoonoiliation between tho two Houses of . Legislature being as distant as over. In our last month's summary we referred to the arrangement made with one of the banks by which tho Government was enabled to avert from the com munity the confusion and anarchy calculated to result from tho refusal by the Legislative Council of its assent to the supply and appropriation for the year. We have now to relate the extraordinary proceedings of the Council and their adherents, on finding themselves checkmated, and their scheme for the overthrow of the Ministry frustrated by the determination of the Governor to stand by his responsible advisers. To such a length did they allow their chagrin and nnj.er to carry them that they actually initiated a criminal info...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAVAL TRAINING SHIPS. THE SIR HARRY SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

NAVAL TRAINING SHIPS. THE SIR HARRY SMITH. There are at present lying in Hobson's Bay two vessels destined for the training of seamen, one of them chiefly for the service of any defensive war navy which may hereafter be established undar the control of the Government of the colony, and partly for the supply of men to_ the colonial mer cantile marine, and the other for the mercantile marine only ; and of theBO we now propose to give a general description for the information of the numerous class of readers certain to foel an interest in a subjoct which, we Bhall presently point out, possesses features of considerable importance in a social, as it may yet acquire in a political, point of view. The vessels are the Sir Harry Smith, which is used as a receptacle for ? young boys from the industrial schools, and the Deborah, whose inmates consist of juvenile offenders against the law. Tho Sir Harry Smith is well known as the vessel which was, a few 'years ago, fitted as a blook ship under...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRECK OF THE GRAFTON.—JOURNAL OF CAPTAIN MUSGRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

? i» WRECK OF THE GRAFTON.— JOURNAL OF CAPTAIN MUSGRAVI3. The following interoHliii{» uurrativu of tho wreck of tho Hohooner Grafton, Captain Musgravo, on tho Aunklnnd iHlands, during » heavy tfulo on tho 3rd January, 1864, whiluton iv sealiiiK expedition, toguther with a desoriptiQn of tho sojourn on tho inluud of tho captain and iour soamou for uoarly ttvunly months, is extracted from, a diary ltopt by the c:tptain( Wodnosdny, ,' flQth Doooinbor, 1803, — Fresh hroono und dark cloudy wenthor, At six p.m. mijdo Him Auolf Jiipd Grouj), boarinB , N.Wr ftboiit twontyllvo unlna ' 'Vlmrsdpy, BjlBt Donombor, X8«!-.— Kirootly iiftor tlio aim ai-uDseil tl)o mar)iUnn. it enmo op to. Mow u |{iih-, IinnioilJiitiily rodiiuod nail to close-roofod tojiBiiil, fgro Mnil ami forvlap jnaiiiotiiysnil, A flnntjoroiiH, wmifiiHuil won running, nwd breftWiiB nn board in »U ilin'«lioiia, and n thicjc U-u out In, mth drMi«K ruhi.riylituli o»» tinno'l hi» till «lx i',m,, vil-t-n i)w mi l»i;(}.ui hi r»n »-f'j...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAGEDY AT SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

TRAGEDY AT SCARSDALE. Another shocking murder has been added to the   list of colonial horrors, Scarsdale being the scene of the latest tragedy. Dr. Saenger, a physician, in the prime of life, apparently respected in the dis trict, where he has practised for many years, has   been deliberately shot down, at noonday, by a man with whom he seemed to be holding a friendly conversation. It is intimated that Jones, the mur derer, is insane ; and of course the atrocious character of the crime is sufficient proof that he is not ''in his right mind ;" but it will require very strong evidence, indeed, to show that he is not fully responsible to the law for one of the most cruel and cowardly murders that has disgraced the annals of Victoria. How is it that while there are abundant rumors to the effect that Jones was mad dened by jealousy, the coroner's inquest shed no light whatever upon the alleged romance ?

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1865

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.   BIRTHS. FRITH. —On the 28th ult., at her residence, Derby   House, Service-crcscont, the wife of Frederick Frith, Esq., of a son.   GARLICK. —On the 9th inst., at Carlton Cottage,       Acland-street, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr. W. S. Garlick, solicitor, of a son. PERRY. —On the 30th ult., at St. Kilda, Mrs. G. W. Perry of a son.     SARGOOD. —On the 26th ult., at Alma-road, St.   Kilda, the wife of F. T. Sargood, of a son. WILLIAMS.—On the 2nd inst., at her residence, King       William-street, Fitzroy, the wife of Mr. J. J. Williams, of a daughter.         MARRIAGES. CLARKE —GRAY. —On the 25th September, at St.   Enoch's, Melbourne, by the Rev. A. M. Ramsay,   Andrew Reid Clarke, late of Dundee, to Alice Gray, eldest da...

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THE FESTIVAL AT QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE FESTIVAL AT QUEENSOLIFF. Thursday was a very pleasant and joyful time to the inhabitants and numerous visitors in this locality. The pnblio buildings, hotels, private residences and the shipping in the Bay made a large and tasteful display of flags and banners. The arrival of the cricketers from Newtowu, and the game itself, pro duced a pleasant excitement. The match resulted in the Newtown club winning, after a well contested game. The arrival of the steamer Besolute, with a large excursion party, from Melbourne, added con siderably to the cheerfulness and gaiety of tha day. : Everything contributed to render tho day thoroughly enjoyable, and one long to be remem bered with pleasure by the inhhabitants and visitors. It is reported that a stratum of limestone has been discovered within twelve miles sf Ballaarat. A beriouS; conflagration took place in Mpstyn-, street, Castlemaine, on the ? 3rd instant, of which the Daily News pives the following aooount: — 'At about two o'clock t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ODD FELLOWS' FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE ODD FELLOWS' FESTIVAL. The anniversary of tho natal day of H.R H. the Prince of Wales was' celebrated Thursday by tho brotherhood of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, in a manner worthv of tho event, and'in keeping with that spirit of benovolence so cha racteristic of tbo order. -The almost bankrupt state of the charitable institutions of Melbourne has, for some time, been painfully evident, and the question: of their futuro management has become' a serious problem which has remained unsolved, notwithstanding the many suggestions . made by the press, and emanating from the various benevolent societies. ; Without presuming to pro nounce: authoritatively as to the best of the nume rous .theories' advanced for maintaining arid working the Melbourne Hospital, :? the Benevolent Asylum and the orphanages, the idea , auggested ; itself to several members ;. of the Grand; United Order of Odd Fellows, that practical aid might -be --..''afforded-,'...*, by getting up a fete on .the o...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEICHHARDT EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE iiEicHH^Ri)T: EX^iSDITiON; .- Dr.,MUeller^fbrwfirdB U8!thb;fbllo'vving letter from Jii-^Jt/Siviridfj [.aiitgkoa] tb vihb; expeditibrii dated iNvciiiija'j P^o.b^Riyer, 18th^ ^^ Sepiemberj 1865 :.-^-\ t . .' Sin'ob: I last wrote te you frbmr Mount Siurcnison: considerable. progress lihs been'inade towards the final start of thb, parly ?JtfbmBulbb... - '. . ;; ' ;? '. :, : ; .' j _'I shall not Swell on events antecedent. to our stiirt from, the' inpijut,' iia; iny, despatch,- forwarded ;,tb .the suoret»ry _qf tlio coiiimittee some ,daya since, furnishes flieriesaafy^iiiforinaiibri.S: . .., ?ti,: .-,?-.,.. ,...;?., ;- -^ ,.',1 stiirted ^frpcbJlMr. I?ebd's on ,23rd, Augnst, and, after nutrierousldelii^a, ana^annbydncesi I reached Nb 'bdlijtdti ., ilie , BJiprtting. of . th'o,; 5th . September;.' Not- ' \vHUatahdingttll,I could db,I only aucceedod iu gettipg bntiie'stbrbii, li Httle i mbrb tuau.half ', wSyi; At Nocaljja i;\mot . Mr-li^Intyre:' ;\VeT 'iniCde tho,*- necessary ar rangirf...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. THURSDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE fitlNCB OF W^LESV JBffiMlJAT. ThcssbavkSth' Noshsmbee: , ..We are a right loyal community/ Give us but the semblance of an opportunity, to manifest it in that most acceptable of all f orma to a busy bustling nninmr lifcn nnrs. a bolidav. and vou will see with what 7 avidity weV witi '-?. seized upon ; ,it, : and : ruBh headlong into enjoyment., ' Thvirsaay yras esseni : tially ^volunteers1 -'^day..-;' ,v,ThK' .parade ^vns the greot: centre: of attraction for the many sight-seers of; a ;martml turn ©f^ mind Y and though not the jnpat rational enjoyment that could be. found, it is onethat satisfies the cravings of no inconsiderable mixturp of all. classes of the coranaunity. A parade was held, on Emerald-hilli of the volunteer forces of the colony,, in honor of the twenty-fourth anniver sary ' of 'jthe . birth .of his; Royal Highness the Prince , of ^les|jand^ by many thousands.^. A. fierce sun and a cloudless sky inight \ have . rendered the review anything but r a ;,', pleasant ...

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SOUTH SEA ISLANDS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

! SOUTH5 SEA'ISLANDS MISSION. ; A public .meoting, in connection, with the Wes leyan Churoh MiBsions to the South. Sna Islands, was held, on 6th inst., in 'theWealeyan- Church; Lonsdaie-street : the honV Georcre Harkbr in thn chair. Tho Eev. Joseph Dare read a lengthy and higkly encouraging report 'of the operations'of the aooiety during the pastyear^'from which it appeared that tho expenditure bad amounted to £16,312 4s lOd, and the receipts to £7-145 12s lOd, leaving a balance of over £8000 to be met by a' grant from the parent ^society. It was explained that the deficit was due to the fact of the. falling ofF?in the quantity of oil formerly supplied, which also failed to realise the usnal price, in ? consequence ? of which tho estimated reyonuo from this source for 1864,had yielded only £1614 6 i'8dj instead of, as was anticipated, £4000; and farther, a sum of £200 had to bb-efnnded on former advances, and ! repairs' to! the ; John Wesley Churoh were, executed at a cost of £600, ...

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TERRIFIC STORM AT BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

TERRIFIC STORM AT BEECHWORTH. pn Thursday evening, Beech worth and the surrounding neighborhood was visited by one of the most- violent storms ever experienced in the Ovens district. During tho day the heat was most oppressive, and tho heavy, copper colored clouds whioh gathored in tho sky gave hopes of a speedy downfall of tho long wished-for rain. Tho sun sot amidst clouds of dark purplo, the atmosphere appeared charged with electricity, and there was evory appearanco of 'a heavy thunder storm setting in. From half-past six until sevon o'olook the wind rose and blpw in sudden gusts at intervals. For about half an hour a comparative calm ensued, the wind dying away with a strange mournful sound, un il hulf past seven o'clock, when it suddenly rose, fund, blowing nearly due north, swept over the town with almost irresistible fury, oarrying with it clouds of dust, so dense that it was impossible to see lights across tho stieefc. Houses wero un roofed and blown down, large sheets of z...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC MEETING AT WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

PUBLIC MEETING AT WOODEND. At a publio meeting held at tho mechanics' instl tuto, Woodond, on Saturday, tho 28th nit., the mayor of tho borough, in tho chair, the following, address to her Majesty tho Qaeon was : almost unanimously agreed to :-— ' Most Gracious Sovereign, Wo, your MnjeHty's mast dutiful and loyal subjoots, tho citizens' of Woodond, in public mooting assembled, beg to approach your Majusty with ex pressions of our attachment to your Mujesty'o Throne and person, and of our 'dosiro that your MajeBty's constitutional authority in this ' colony may bo uphuld. We, your Majesty's memorialists, moat heartily dosiro to express par approbation of the polioy of his Excelleuoy the Governor of this colony under the exceedingly difficult and painful ! circu-nutancoB in which he has been placed, oonse 'quenton the position assumed by tho Legislative Gounail, and would humbly submit to your most gracious Majesty's consideration that his Excel lency, while upholding with the Ministr...

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