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Colonial Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1839, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE COLONIAL FOR THE o 30.] WEEK ENDING JUNE 22, 1839. r Prick i AND Colonial British North America - Canada West Indies - British Guiana 465 of Good 468 Foreign Constitution of the State of Illinois 469 Mode of Disposing of the Public Lands in the United The The Brazilian Slave Importation of the United States to the West Indies Case of the Barbadian Religious Instruction in the Australasian Colonies Home Commerce of 472 The Colonial Correspondence Proposed New Colonies in South Africa and Now Reviews and Abstracts Information relative to New Zealand for the Use of of the Opium Trade Imperial The London Shipping and 479 BRITISH NORTH has at length May dent companies for particular We are if he would only seek for information from happy to that with scarcely any exception those disinterested sources we are happy to those gallant fellows have expressed a willingness are now within his we feel perfectly to enrol themselves under their officers at any persuaded that he would soon be amply convinced moment their services may be required by the of the truth of all and every statement that has been Windsor advocate we feel will not let our to the 22nd from to repress internal sedition or repel our made of the causes which operate so injuriously are of a very unimportant sympathising should they feel an against the best interests of the The Canadian papers contradict the report of nation for another edition of the Windmill or for we have now in England an able the intended resignation of Sir G. * The only news from the boundary is that a Capt belonging to has been violating the arrangement recently concluded on that but his conduct is strongly censured by the While on this subject we cannot but | cause suffer from any want of exertion on his part nor will we allow the Government to can papers be any longer deluded by the misrepresentations which have from time to time gone forward from the radical fellows who are wont to pray to the god of battles to aid the Canadian rebels in their treasonable they have The Attorney-General and Lord Mr. Small brought up his motion on the subject of responsible government on before the An amendment was moved bv Mr Merritt to very nearly the hon. gentleman supported it in an able speech of upwards of an in which he avowed that he had become a convert to responsible government in consequence of the conduct of Sir Francis to give even was followed late both officers and men on the effective state of discipline and appearance they have obtained under that gallant and accomplished the Baron de during the last It shows a heartiness and zeal on the part of the commander and highly creditable to is a convincing if succeeded in so completely bewildering the were that there is a nemo me impune nial minister as to render him incapable of forming lacessit a sort of feeling in a correct judgment as to our real All the of which our friends on the other side we is that the Government will inquire into the having ascertained to the of the view them in their proper Let Lord same and the forty-five may do well to take We regret our this the substance of his He by Mr. who spoke in a most violent and declamatory denouncing Lord Durham's report as a vile containing not ten lines of He stated previously in the when the Speaker was not in the who obtained the highest praise from their officers Normanby do let him at the same time for steadiness and good conduct while in forget that there is such a person as King as well as for attention to their military and wo should not despair that Ample justice would the officers serving in the district under the noble be done to all and public once baron paid him the well-merited compliment more 7�me�, May 1. giving him a public dinner at Belleville at We learn that Mr. Jukes arrived on the same invited some of the loading Wednesday morning last in the Diana from in the neighbourhood to do honour to their has come under the recommendation of gallant guest by meeting him Another and the London Geological for the similar mark of respect was paid to the gallant undertaking a scientific survey of this in Baron and his suite by the officers stationed at the pursuance of the provision made by the Colonial river when on the eve of their Legislature in the Supply for 1837, by which the utmost harmony and good humour the sum of 300/, was granted for the harm I the social pleasures of the festive board were It of be that Lord Durham is unprincipled a fellow as ever plain palpable lies with regard to Mackenzie as We have elsewhere answered M Hagerman's which we to a late their guest being in ex- for us present to offer any opinion as to the having recovered from rather a probable success of an having for its cure an his vere fit of which ho had unfortunately object the the resources of the ma 7 4Yi�tr Antra if fin 4V�1 on 11 ft in ia f o has We shall give the yeas and nays on this amendment on a future were yeas 12, nays 23. Mr. Sherwood moved another amendment in the shape of an address to her which alludes to the appointment of a select suffered a few days On the day about which so little is though a the officers at the Brighton station were vast deal has been sung or said by persons who aro similarly These are pleasurable generally considered as mere visionary enthusiasts j and mark the respect which has and still less are wo disposed to say anything to rily been bestowed on an able and efficient officer discourage the exertions of the gentleman who by those who have had the best means of Mai This amendment was carried by a majority of about ronto May 15. The grand jury for the assizes of the Newcastle has arrived amongst We understand that ho ating his and witnessing his untiring has been in constant communication since his zeal to preserve the tranquillity of the country and arrival with the venerable Speaker of House bring the force under his command into an efficient of from we feel persuaded he will derive state of As one of the few acts of a much valuable Whig Government that we can approve we The coal mines supposed to exist in the neigh * J j nf them upon their judicious selection of the of Cape St. we to bo district have presented the report of the Earl ot b * J fi Rid Durham as a libel on the province of Upper May 18. The following bills were reserved by his Excellency the for the signification of officers and of the gallant Baron in the first object of research and should the learned chosen for the arduous and responsible doctor's most sanguine expectations be duties of the particular service in this Ibid. the railway will no doubt be imme Other improvements which Maj We have seen a letter received in town on our ancestors wot not will of course follow this Maj it land to James a. f f. I distinctly mentions that the excitement there is colonial which even that accomplished An act to make provision for the division of the J Tom with all his ake a grant of one of tne PrinciPal hotbeds of important and Newfoundland will bid b ' ism and sympathy on the western which at no distant to occupy a place in our intended new district of Colborne into two Welland purchase reater than ever it So much for British Tom with all his and British These of her internal never expected to and for other purposes therein act pass current An act to authorise the issue of bills of An act to afford further facilities to debentures for the completion of certain brigands are who grow audacious in J May 15. tion as their adversaries appear afraid of in they have much and sufficient reason | A fire broke out in St. John's on the ot to suppose that our Government quails before Montreal The advertisement calling for for supplying clothing for the volunteer corps raised for 5enCTal in the district of has from the been May of the military and the it was extinguished after burning 15 and greatly damaging many although at one time serious tears for the safety of the town were invasions of this province act to of the called WEST purposes An act to appropriate the casual and territorial and for other purposes therein The Provincial Parliament stands prorogued to the 131 The latest advices from England do so far as we can furnish anything of particular By the Express packet we have Jamaica papers as regards this if we except the to the Ufh M May 6; British Gui of a deputation of the merchants con- MR cerned in its having had an interview with day of June Lord the result of which we understand The general tone is much the same some last few days stationed was so far satisfactory that his lordship promised | time lost hut we are glad to observe in 1 during the past winter at the River that he would endeavour to obtain the fullest and some the negroes in Jamaica are and have Been to depart | most correct information relative to the present en to their where their presence ' ' - i m the cultivation of their to the various representations that have been made up of those loyal fellows have enlisted to fill up the most careful and anxious This is all Most of the islands have been blessed the incorporated and to form I we can expect from he would but I with very favourable and ft pay and consequently a better feel tical state of our and that he would then give r J mdo w springing up between them and their em their em-
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