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  1. PRESBYTERIAN ORDINATION. REV. JAMES B. LAUGHTON.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 28 September 1850 p 4 Article
    THE Presbytery of Windsor, consisting of the Rev. G. [?], the Rev. K. D. Smythe, and the Rev. Mr. Adam, together with the Rev, Dr. M'Garvie, Sydney, met at Carcoar ... 406 words
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  2. Original Poetry. LINES ADDRESSED TO —, AND LEFT WHERE THEY COULD ONLY BE DISCOVERED BY ACCIDENT.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 20 October 1849 p 6 Article
    SHOULD thine eye, by chance directed. Rest upon this scrawl of mine, Mark the anguish unaffected, Which pervades each burning line. ... 385 words
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  3. Court of Quarter Sessions.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 20 April 1850 p 4 Article
    THE sittings of this Court commenced on Thursday, the 18th of April, before Samuel Raymond Esq., assisted by the Police Magistrate, George Rankin Esq., and E. Parke Esq. ... 3777 words
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  4. Advertising
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 19 April 1851 p 5 Advertising
    2396 words
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  5. Original Poetry. (For the Bathurst Free Press.) FROM SOLITARY RAMBLES IN AUSTRALIA. (AN UNPUBLISHED WORK.)
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 8 June 1850 p 6 Article
    Rien a mon avis west une preuve plus sensible d'une Vic a nenir, et de Vexistence d'un Monde invisible. HERE, amid these sylvan shadows, Where the lofty gum tree flings ... 266 words
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  6. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 5 January 1850 p 2 Article
    The Governor had officially notified that he had received a nespatch from the Secretary for the Colonies confirming the amoval of Mr. Justice Montagu from his office as ... 318 words
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  7. EXTERMINATION IN THE WEST.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 29 March 1851 p 2 Article
    Salus populi suprema lex: So said and thought the heathens, but our Christian Government has reversed the maxim. The salvation of the people seems to be the last ... 1842 words
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  8. Advertising
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 1 March 1851 p 1 Advertising
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  9. Miscellaneous Extracts.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 20 October 1849 p 8 Article
    A HEART-RENDING PICTURE.—The Irish papers abound with the evidences, in the south and west, of destitution, famine, and crime. From Roscommon and ... 351 words
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  10. Original Poetry. AN EVENING HOUR.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 8 December 1849 p 6 Article
    "TWAS such an hour as fills the breast with thoughts of those we love; Of those with whom we once were blest.— Now sever'd far as east from west ... 172 words
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  11. LANDSEER'S PICTURE OF THE QUEENSLAND PRINCE ALBERT AT HOME.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 31 August 1850 p 8 Article
    LANDSEER has executed for her Majesty a picture of a domestic scene in Windsor Castle of the most interesting and pleasing character. The scene represents a room ... 390 words
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  12. Local Intelligence. BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 22 February 1851 p 2 Article
    His Honor Mr. Justice Therry, and daughter arrived at Bathurst on the morning of Sunday ,last, accompanied by the Attorney General and his lady, all of whom ... 7234 words
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  13. FACT AND FICTION. A TAVERN WAITER.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 17 November 1849 p 8 Article
    David Copperfield, the younger (Vide Dickens's new work,) is on his way to school, near LOndon. The coach stops at Yarmouth, allowing sufficient time for the ... 1843 words
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  14. Advertising
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 6 April 1850 p 1 Advertising
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  15. Advertising
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 26 January 1850 p 1 Advertising
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  16. MURDER NEAR, THE DARLING.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 15 June 1850 p 6 Article
    LAST Wednesday, a report reached town that a murder had been committed near the Darling, and the rumour went so far an to assert that the murderer's name was ... 1868 words
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  17. Colonial News THE CONFLAGRATION.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 1 March 1851 p 6 Article
    The calamity which has fallen upon the farmers of the Barrabool Hills and the valley of the Moorabool, is so awful in its aspect so sudden in its accomplishment, so ... 1951 words
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  18. Local Intelligence. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS,
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 26 October 1850 p 4 Article
    The business of the Quarter Sessions was commenced on Thursday last by Samuel Raymond, Esq., the Chairman, assisted by the Police Magistrate. There were eight cases for adjudication. ... 3492 words
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  19. Supreme Court.—Crown Side.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 23 February 1850 p 3 Article
    THIS Court commenced its sittings on Monday, the 18th of February, before His Honor the Chief Justice, Sir Alfred Stephen. "J.T. Morrisset, Esq., P.M., officiated as ... 7540 words
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