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London Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, London, Middlesex M if the patriotic of common Council. a Coort which won most Namero sly i if we Beld for the de Ipatov of Paboue bowl Nubi. A patriotic of Money. Wood njord the Resolution quot that thu Coort Riente the a urn of two to Sand pounds Toto patriotic it for the Relief of the widow and orphans of the Al a Iau Orf and marines engaged in the present Sood i amp id that when the Timo arrived for considering he we about to propose he was quite sure that a othe court if they objected to anything could a till to the amount and cite Only not to the Prin a motion. In 1798 the corporation subscribed in Sof Tusto Lutary contributions at the Bank of England it Obi. In the same year for the Relief of the widows a Jafea othe men had been kilted and wounded Liri Nelson s Victory of the is of August 600l in a for the widow Witch and children of the killed and i de in the expedition to Holland 2 m i. In 1801, for the the wounded and the widows and orphans of those to Copenhagen 600i. In the by fsr for the Relief of widows wives a Lla killed or disabled in the Battles fought in Egypt food. In 1805, Toto patriotic fund at lloyds25, k 0i-ib isl i for the Relief of the British prisoners in. France 0jji, sad for the sufferers in Portugal 1,000/. La 1812, in a a of the suffering eur asians 2,000i. Heart in 1814, to the distresses in Germany 6251. In 1816, in Ald Imaa barbies Rev. or. Hudson 3. Que Gore amp a. A a a. A a amp to briefly Alnes the a nne or which As local Tommis Tooer he a ally a the Rnea blog and org the claims of the fund upon the sympathies of the Publio. That own Clems read the or amp it of re in tiros already the a Bess of our troops. To the edit of of is Abdally i quot Sia i will now descend from the head dress of the Soldier with this Rampart that on eer Vico the Asa of a razor is m Oriel is it is afeard. To As Mth appliances of soap hot water straps and crashes it it was not a Romero of one the pub a would nobly respond a Batching a homed rat to prepare in such s Ecra to the Call without the necessity of a Paboue meeting being ing for an in March or other Doty with Only Sosa galled 01 a canvass for subscriptions being necessary. Appliances As a common Soldier s soaps amp can Fiu it or. Entwisle expressed a aim a opinion la that of the Ligh to scrape Nator a Protection from his face with town clerk but thought it might be Neceia his Akin tender and lacerated to face perhaps 4 a at la yes quot a Bubs a a pts a. Did Mot flow in go Easterly wind is is m the their proceedings would Cessa demand in a Soldier s Valo ahle time and Newman amp it Roughton meeting. Wednesday to Concitta did. The subs Aliption Buosi at night. The room was very thinly attended Ond Only a Small amount 6f business was transacted. betting on the horse by varied strangely. At tha Clitso the quotations Wero As follow ntjr8eey stakes. 8 to 9 to Clai tothe Protection othe amp and not alone As a matter of Mere Benevolence it would Pear uniformly leanings prot it the be Gratifying to them to know that this voluntary sym glands of the Throat and the the no adj Patby was exhibited but it was pro bus that a Large an invaluable prevention against sufi eating Dost of this through would not contribute Oneff to bin Sqq human invention can equal Bat not let it and he thought that a representation of the kind he now named should therefore go from this and All other of these meetings with a View to scouring a More general impost. Or. . Hsk by thought that unless they did can vats they would get but a Small proportion of the funds to which they Wero entitled considering Width and pro flow from the Chin to inconvenience the buttoning of j the coat or protrude unseemly Over it to the detriment of military appearances. ,. The strangulation Stock thanks to the Denuncio tons of the press has gone to the Tomb of the Capa Pei of thu Large City and to urged the desirability of a j mpg Retura so passing that let the i Yaffi a Soldier have if not Woollen carry More weight that a private one like the present and Chaco shirts Button my moderately tight round the a -. Neck and wrists a Small Bla amp neckerchief or none asst maid of Nadia loto i also bid a lady Tatton. Taken to 20/.�?10 to 1 Laid afterwards la Ripon i a enchantress Colt t1 a tor 12tolaliolaid a Hysel t Evangelino Trofio 1 asst gras Eulus Riens t 1 a declare t�?14 to 1 also Lam to 60/. Cruiser t a Frederiek t a Noa Claret t 900 to 100 i. Rifleman and Cruiser coupled t Gas sculls Lens was backed for nearly 400/. 16 to 1 a Torso Frederick a a the Jestat. Sobson Ixion Handicap Plath of 60/., fors Yomal and upwards d i. 2 Miles 119 Yards. Lord Burghley s quot a 10 to 1 10 to 1 10 to 1 12 to 1 20 to 1 100 to 6 12 to 12 to 1000 to 40 40,to i 2000 to 20 900 to 100bitieteard, by Gir Allar a Steggles 1bebjttei cake amp ted to Roche the sympathies of people neck and wrists a Smau Black neckerchief or acne i go suit Obs the if a in favour of the object. A. At a but by a Means let them quot have Sleever. Alderman Neild thought there was great for in go Jug a a Waist with Side pockets the sleeves Betuod 2 to l Agu bluebeard 6 to 2 each Agic Anspaw a iof the funds for the Relief and Benefit of the of amuses of Jvn a to a i a tight buttoning with two a tons at the what quot Josien killed and of the mounded sufferers of the British. Peeches rather than of As tile coat Boott occasion to form a Light in off at wide inter a or. A Gladstone thought a Publio meeting should to j dress and useful working jacket. Sweepstakes of 10 sons. Each for 3-yr Olds test 41b� Wjt �?zi70 i now arrive at the material part the coat the i of a quot a a sit 41b five and upwards 8st 111b mares Ander. Root. Garden by suggested a meeting at free Dis Praed of. It should be Sli Iele a owed 31b. The Winner to be sold for 260 . I Mue 2 furlongs 73 Yards courts Mitial at Sheerness. Capt i and the missing Shipto the editor of the daily sub Praia Collinson has been deserted by sir Ivard Belcher within an hair s breadth of recovery. That fact at least is it train from a documentary my Oral evidence produced at the late trials. Nearly As certain is it that deceived by the records it by two of sir Edward Belcher s ves is which he has found into the Hope of Meeyung with those vessels at the Points thereby indicated. Captain Coinson and his Crew Toth or without their ship the Enterprise have spent this Tot summer and autumn in vain efforts to Mun the those by whom they Fevel under sir Edward Belcher s direction for Ever forsaken. It is dear therefore that if by the end of novem ter tidings of their escape have not reached the admiralty a new expedition must in the name of Lusti and mercy be despatched to attempt under less favourable circumstances what sir Edard Bel her might have easily and surely effected in August ast the restoration of Captain Coinson and his Crew of the wishes of their Edward Belcher had retained under his imme Diate Eye the assistant a and Pioneer respectively commanded by commanders Richards and Osborne. The a by in the Victory of Waterloo 2,000/. In 1823, in Aid of greeks 1,000/. And in the same year in Aid of the a Spaniardi 1,000/. Cheers these were some of the in cd i he or. Wood would not say of liberality of flu corporation of London but of duty which they it a Ltd not Only to their own suffering countrymen but also lha discomfited of other nations. In conclusion,.ho was Eton ii the this muoi Ould not seconded but erred by the unanimous voice of the court cheers Deputy Stevebs seconded Hall. It was intimately agreed however to have o meeting breast to fit but not tight by Over the Chest to next thursday at town Hall. I come Down Over the Waist and to spread wide of top or. A the hips and thighs and the flaps to meet i White 1 our readers will be glad to la am in fat a Cdr Nupp a nearly o reach the knee. Hang i miso nation ban Haenry Muzii from Iha chief Sec tar of Ira reversed so As to unite the f betting 7 to 4 on a loathe. Kite flyer made a nearly All Lant no stg or. A Debton while declaring his sympathy Wito a k Ireland to carry out her May Ecta of the Patriot of fund and his intention to subscribe gracious intention in reference to the Cou Ecton of <0 it objected to the proposed Mode of it admin Truon. Patriotic fund and that daily assurances Are received he thought government ought to make such provision for of Active co operation from the lord Lient Nanta of tie Widos and orphans of soldiers m would make it in by Claary for them to rely on Chwi Uhle a Preu Minary meeting was held at the Mandon or. Be said that of Flam Thogod Morof the Banki , taken j Smith ., v p., t. Boxing es., ., of face with a Good staff and be believed 76.000/. In hand. Under these circumstances he moved As an amendment a i that the further consideration of this question Boad Jura de until the next court for the purpose of considering thi Best Pun to be i. J. Davies seconded the motion being decidedly of opinion that the subscription was undertaken upon an enly mistaken principle and conceiving that the Relief of Unfer innate sufferers was a National affair to to originated with government and not left to private cd Isritz. Or. Dakin supported the original motion open there Bat with two or three buttons to close them tightly the depth of the cuff flings the Collar should be made to stand up and to fold half Down Roomy when up to meet and Botton nth two Small buttons across the Chin Halfway Down the Collar on either Side a Flat steel Loop should be strongly inserted the first link of a Chain and sever other gentlemen at which a Resolution waa gradually widening and spreading Tiu it covered the a a a a a a a come to calling upon the lord mayor to Convene a Public Union joint of the Arm and shoulder and she fld be lat davplett6 to a a to a meeting in favour of object contemplated by the uned with soft thick leather and attached to the coat. Thessaly and Calmack filly. Only Orson and miss Hatch this would for a pretty Good Protection from the oked for Money. Won by a length. A neck Only sliding Cut at the head or one on the shoulder. The he f h Difut Charlotte wan fourth coat should also have useful wide Flap Side pockets to Sara of 10 eos. Each for 2-yr-oids Colts contain rimmed me useful new Sanes. Get 71b and finies 8st 41b. The Winner to to sold fori will now address myself to the Carat regents on 60/. If demanded amp a. . 6 Foz Longs 140 Yards. Each for 2-yr-Olds, 7st and three so i 121b fillies allowed 21b. The Winner to be sold for 80/. If demanded amp a. . 6 furlongs 140 Yards. Or j. A. Stanley s Rosaline by Orlando 8 pro 8st 101b, Charlton 1 lord Zetland s Dame fart Tett 2 yrs 6st Isis Ash Faaui 2 lord Wilton s Orson s yrs set 121b. Claunan 8 the following also ran Usu or miss Charlotte ties Saly f by Cal muck out of co heiress s b g by Yeru-1am out of diphthong miss Hatch. Betting 3 to last Orson 4 to 1 asst i amps Hatch 6 to patriotic fund. His lordship has accordingly convened a meeting to to Holden in the egyptian Hall mansion House on thursday nest at 1 for 2 m. The patriotic fond and the and cd ebb of. The thursday evening a Preli Minary meeting of clerks and a stants in connexion Wito i the coat before proce a further away with the i 5 Aaby several wholesale hous offices of the Early i Slimy Cros belts forming walking a to Ertme closing association the object being the organism off a plan i for raiding subscriptions to the patriotic fund Amabe the i targets away with your Heel balled of hide portmanteau pouches and in lieu have a Waist Belt of webbing or calf bin Foisiy to five inches wide n a. or. Norman my the meeting was addred by the Hon. Ith three leather straps to buckle and tighten a a i. A. Try sub Cio Brebo a of a a a a Ceca omy Confidence appeared to be Felt by a present that the Appeal Mue of the left Side a double Row arable Pouch for quot a quot is. The Loe Dmato put the amendment and declared toh Eloit. 1 or. Norman. And the Meetins was addressed by the Hon. Nun. By cowl set 41b Teao Pleman 1 or. Batson Adonald but Tab. Sly 2 or j. Osborne s Clieny Brandy 8st 71bjj. Osborne s lord Exeter s Nutriment set 7ib. Or. Powell s Bede Puma set 41b 0 betting 6 to 4 on Berry Brandy 3 to 1 asst merry nun. A very Fine to Serape was won a neck a neck Only to Olus on instead of 2,000/. Or. Cox Lecyn did the amendment. The amendment was then put and lost by a great Majo a ity and the original motion was married amidst general cheering. Ball in Aid of the Patriot to Yuho. On the motion of sir j. Torke seconded by or. Cab it a resolved that the use of the Guildhall after the lord major s Day be granted for a Ball for the Benefit of the patriotic fund. Of the Young men of the first City in the world. It was decided that a Publio meeting upon the subject Ald Forth with be held. West towns in the West Riding have already moved in behalf of the patriotic fund. Halifax a preliminary meeting subscribed Alvut 300/. Waterproof Flap and nothing thicker or stiffer than Light calf Akin the front Row of cartridges fitting in i i alternately from the let and 2nd to the end. The i space for each Cartridge would be formed by the onion of the Back and front to the Middle division meeting at Poplar. Last night a Public meeting was held in the town Hill Poplar for the purpose of forming a local committee la Aid of the patriotic fund now collecting for the widows b3d orphans of the soldiers sailors and Mario i killed daring the present War. Or. Churchwarden Coleman in the chair. The Bev. Or. Bazeley the Rector the eve. Or or. Winteringham d Johniy Tait by Chanticleer 6st Isle. Mde Rolt or. Knowle Syltie ,17at 71b 0. Sharp sir. J. Osborne s Lor Alfred 8st71b it. Labome the batting opened at 7 to 4. And 2 to 1 Gat Jack Shep Pard but closed As follows 3 to 1 asst or. Cooke. 4 to 1 a Fidd quot air imn Long sub Wilbe lir and"th41 and a Simar but smaller Point might be continued f Leeds contribution promises speedily to reach its thousands on the left Side. The whole would form a Good a ctn shh of two hundredweight of Section Frem a body thrust or a half spent sail. So the thid Irne or lint have been forwarded from Taunton for wounded watches forgets and so Forth have often saved a soldiers of the army of the it. A a a quot a w a a a Brave Man s life and the Soldier would have his am inhabitants was held on monday to raise subs muons a a a a ion before him and he would not have for the patriotic fund and 100/. Was subscribed k the chronicle. wednesday a preliminary meeting convened by the mayor was held in the town i Hall. His worship took the chair supported by lord Cal Thorps or. Spooner The . Yoke and a fair Muster of tue local clergy magistracy and members of the corporation. Beso Lubons were passed a ving not have a to a Fumble behind him in the hurry and confusion of action to find one Cartridge and scatter two or three on the around. Let any Man has crossed the ground where infant have been Sam reply engaged and let him say if one fourth or How Many of the Rev or Hamilton Rev or Powell can to no he proposal which have been made for raising a Patrio Are not lying harmlessly on the ground f on a Tiu Vaughan Rev. Or. Hamilton Bev. Mrp eur Cap Tun appointing a lotto committee for the purpose i would Here say so Nething on the absurd Pra Orice of fish Bonne the Churchwardens amp of were present. The chair mail in opening the business said they were Cut on that occasion under the Royal commission for the Nuti Tistl of Niak Lilg arrangements to collect finds in Aid 0. That which Ian now collecting throughout the county for the widows and orphans of the do Brave men nobly Sua it no quot it i Volley firing As respects actual engagement Star to det Byr to t Wapato eer id or ,bndoo., to present i rest not myself �0 my subject of Theu aws. Of collecting bub a options. The fou Owin announced a the mayor 21/. Attwood 60/. Or. Charles Shaw 21/. Megara. J. And c. A a a a a a quot to j f a us to i quot quot a ii a a Bat diff m r Messer. J. W. M Cardie and co., d . Have now to Wie the 20/. Or. Alderman Hodgson 10/. 10s. Or. Meroa the daring weapon of the British soldiers Cpd Bole. 10s. Or. W. Bacchus 10/. Los. Or. Clement Ingleby Forth and the vexed question if two Adverse Compa mar. Armfield 10/. Or. J. O Mason 10/. The Bev. Nies Ever crossed bayonets. Whether that be so or beating the thin Ston close together were fourth and fifth. Or. Cooko next. Vanity Colt beaten off. of 60eovs each h it for 2-yr-Oldb Colts 8<t71b and fillies 8st 41b a. M., 7 furlongs 212 Yards a sub a or. Howard s Olston by Melbourne Wells 1 lord Derby s the professor Templeman 2. Or. J. Newness William the third Maton 3 lord Exeter s Hazel brother to Husk Morlow 4 betting 7 to4 on Ouston 7 to2 asst professor. The expended i flt Lourito made All the running at quot a clipping Pace quot and won by ten lengths a length and a half Between the second and third and a Long interval Between the third and fourth. Immediately after the race 2,090 to 100 was taken about a i��., Lar. 0juiuc�u, . It i. Or. Ouzo us in a. of country on the Heights a a j i never Sawit Lut would not deprive the of Alma. Hear their warmest sympathy was duo to those Gallant men were fighting the Battles of the country abroad. If anything was wanted to stimulate them in their present Enterprise it would to the knowledge that those were dear to them would be taken under the Protection end Luita ined by the country. Hear to was sure tag people of the United kingdom would not shrink from the that thus devolved upon them and he did cot for a moment doubt but the inhabitant of Poplar wild do their duty. Hear hear the Bev. Or. Baublet the Rector of All saints pro. P red the first Resolution to the effect that a committee be Farmed to Aid in raising a patriotic fund for the widows and of of the soldiers sailors and marines a Ero killed in the present War. He believed there was no country in the world where the term patriotic could to applied to Cha fund with greater Justice than in this country. Is had heard it stated that the government ought to make probition for the orphans and widows of those bid fallen in War. But he could not concur Iai that opinion because he thought such a fund m acre valuable As the spent needs offerings of the ple than As the provision of executive government. Hear hear it was also said that Publio meetings were Itne Ciary and that contributions would flow in from pirate Jodi rituals without meetings. He did not agree a that opinion. He thought that at a time like this Publio i Petingi Irene very desirable. He need not Tell them that the bravery and other High qualities displayed by the British army deferred All their sympathy. Hear hear not �0 much refer to the Gallant daring 1 quot Thich prompted the soldiers of Queen of flow a Asto the patience and moral a for the four or five preceding Days audit of the Greaten privations and hardships. Hear fsr and he could not help believing that the glorious a Story which crowned their daring in Battle Field was a Reward of the higher qualities which they exhibited of the previous Days. Hear As a by Nuter of the gospel he could not but desire w is a permanent and honourable peace resulting from chem sons. Hear hear at All events he could note an englishman but feel proud that to belonged to the roubt�7 produced such men and he was sure Tost the Nason Wood sustain and encourage them if that Iron wanted by providing liberally for their wives and do Taiin. Cheers in Fishbon Ubab seconded the Resolution which was Demtd unanimously. 3. Bow tit moved next Resolution merely con we a the names of come Pittee. Or. J. Robetson said in seconding the Resolution that the last patriotic fund was instituted no less than was collected in 18 months. To hoped that on the it occasion no less than 800,000/, would be contributed la to Sims period. Cheers to As Cali red unanimously. My �1 a i Aen Eia moved next Resolution. He whilst no Man detested War More than to did a a Tiu Felt that when the nation entered upon a just War i tera of the go Pel should not sit Idle. Hear they had their int ii to perform in Timo of War. Fly i hold be found on Field of Battie to Asj ago Kiuei of War. They should be found in Hospital a Man our to the sick. They should to found at Home the sword of the spirit to stir no the people Tofu Nonni. They should above re things be found where renewal of the Glasgow stakes of 100 Sonya each k it for 2-yr-old Colls. 8st 7lb each. Last three quarters 6f 18 subs Dike of Bedford s Pignator by Weats Rhet. 1 or Osbaldeston s Claret brother to Mountain Deer Flatman 2 or. Mare s Tyne month by Lago Sharp 3 betting 6 to 6 asst Claret 6 to 4 asst Pignator. After Slaney. 51. 5�., and fifteen Guinea donations through or. Weapon which they justly prize and which quot if. Hou Ingworth together with a few smaller donations. The any m the world they Are the troops to bring into the first 60 Yards Pugnato took no the running. At the clergy of All denominations were requested to have a service i actual collision. But i would alter its form and i Bushes Tynemouth came alongside end in the Abingdon in their churches in Aid of fund and share to hons place it in a position where it would be ready for a i a Bottom they were joined by Claret a Fine race Home collections in various wards As also subscription Lista in it a hand. First. I would attach the a path or pah ensued Pignator winning by a head the second Bethig manufactories Wero also suggested. The Teft 6x0? the Waist is. Cd i it a third three quarters of a length. Marlow weighed for patriotic fund of 1803, 1809, and 1812.a u i Hazel and a umber was put up but the horse did not lengthen the socket sum gently for the hand to grasp go to the Post Ting the base from which should depend a Fiat quot the base from which quot Stein Chain attached to a Fiat bar when on the Musket to Ansei a the Chain Short would i Handicap sweepstakes of 100 sons. Each h it for syr Olds. Extra weight for certain winners. . Mile 2fnr a i furlongs 73 Yards. 8 subs lord Zetland s Ivan by Van Tromp 7st 81b. J. Marson 1 lord Olas Govi s c by Pantaloon out of Fhy Bali it 6st 12ib Aldcroft 3 betting 6 to 1 on Ivan. The Favourite waited until they arrived in the Abingdon mile Bottom when he Drew up and took the Lead which he kept the remainder of to the editor. Of. The bew8. 8ib.-the attention of every English being at i a a cd a gtd Tuhet Lent no the other in quot ter or or Lxi air the firing the Wade should Beof the me exec tip committee of Boyal commission for the col-1 fog quot or longer than the present Bayonet of the Lection of Fonda for the patriotic fund i by to Call your form of a nearly straight wham Lifie knife thick on _ _ attention to magnificent object contemplated or the convex a Jack Sharp on the concave. The object dry tank quot and won quot by re held by a Lengsi and a Hei f. Rid out by patriotic fund of 1803, 1809, and 1812, of a Jingo in but provide a weapon As efficient As the Winner is sold to lord Londesborough and goes into which were quot for the encouragement and reef of those Bayonet useful a sword and serviceable to Job a a Scott s stable. Engaged in defence of this country during War which Swora Ana service Amie to Handicap sweepstakes of 15 eos. Each 6 it. If de commenced in 1803, and terminates in 1815." foxing parties and in Cleg away b Ashwood added for Wolda old upward to this fund which is not yet exhausted is at present and Saphngay on a March. Sach would have been 4 Miles 1 fur. 173 yes. 6 subs., one of whom limited to affording Relief to such soldiers sailors and eminently ii Seoul in the splendid flank movement on 1 paid 5 sons. It marines in her majesty s service May to disabled of Balaklava quickly Clearing away Obat actions be lord cd lilo a from wounds received in action and to the widows and Lanwi trips Ono nine up Nat a no Bairoa inv or. Mare s hex children and dependent relatives of those killed whose of Peng ready passages for circumstances Requiro assistance. Its benefits Wero at first a Fantry my Baggs. Large Trees Seldom extended to the of scars of army As Well As the soldiers grow so close As. To offer impediment to to in Pas from the general officer to the private Soldier. Sage of troops it is the saplings undergrowth in 1816 another a it was made in the same Toction so Forth that Are the real obstacles but confined to the sufferers at the Battle of Waterloo it it Mownn a of we up was called Waterloo subscription. scale of its 1�" mag a forced of donations was magnificent. To the widow of a general a at 30 Mura Charlton 8. Beyers i 3 3 4 6hopm"ntvltriot� Okly contemplates the reef the companies provided with such a Tieful i___9 1_____s___�____�?� a a a a a Mana it Troonin. It i atm nah Nova Noan Ciao was a we a of the widows and orphans of soldiers sailors and marines and the assistance of any4 f the Royal or other charitable institutions already founded for similar purposes within the United am amp a. H. L. P0wy8. Major 60th Boyal Binies. Central association inlaid of the quot wives and families widows and orphans of soldiers ordered to Ewt 9, Waterloo place pall mall october 28th. The quot old quot patriotic fund. Cllfton a poodle in ion 5 in 7it31b a a Jare flue sirs fist Sib. Or. J. A Tanley a the Beiver 4 yrs set Tib Flatman sir a plot a Coop d eat 3 yrs 5rt 121b. J. Steggles or. Miller s Graf shot 4 yrs set 71b. betting after the babes. Nub Seby stakes. 5 to 1 dust lady Tatton t 8 to 1 a enchantress Colt t. 8tol a maid of Cadis t to to 1 a Charmian t 10 to 1 a sister to Singapore t Debby. Eight horses were backed against the Field for 1,000 eos. 20 to 1 asst wild Darreu t plate. .�?the objection against sate Felto was withdrawn. Newmatch.�?satusday.-100, . 7 fur. 201 yes a or. Clarkson a any oat asst or. Kenyon s siding 78tl21b, both 2 or Olds. Newmarket babes a this races Are weapon a passe would have been cleared with perfect ease the distress mid casualties would have been lessened and time saved so that on reaching the fort instead of finding merely the Rice boiling we should have caught the chief and those for whom it for this Day the first at 11 the Nursery Slakes at was preparing and ultimately have prevented the i 1 sacrifice of Many lives in the alter lengthened Chase for some months of the Rena womb. A m. Oxford oct. 20. I. 10 the editor of the daily news. So a i have a misty recollection that from the Large sum collected for the Relief of the widows and Orphate of the killed in the Batt Lafof Waterloo a Cpd Sider Able balance was left unappropriated. If this is True can a better Opportunity than the present arise for the distribution of the Long dormant fond a i am &o., a. B. Beading oct. 25.the Lancaster gun. A a a a a a a a a a a a it Shaks Sre a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a to the editor of the Dasiy hews. Sle a there is one possible cause of theft Teila a icy Jamori. Of the Lancaster guns to burst which t have me a a noticed. Any inequality in the thickness of gun Butterfly ii a barrel it is Well known renders it liable to burst j now it would seem that the Lancaster like other Cleveland. To to of i a not Ohio i i Gans is orig Nauy cast and bored of i or Calm. Beardmore. For his description of navigation and and diurnal hollowing out above and below. Ito accept aces Job the Epsom a tuck drainage works recently executed on Thol Idal portion of upper and lower parts of the gun must consequently new Derby course the Biver a Telford medal to Andrew Henderson be thinner than the sides. This must occasion for his paper j on the Speed and other properties of Ocean Genai resistance to the explosive Force of the powder utile hair .v.v. 6 Worcester autumn meeting. Acceptances Job the Jobob stub Handicap. In Ilea. Bulb 9 2 7 6 7 6 7 6 7 5 7 2 6 10 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 6 6 4 6 4 i Batallan i con. Eliot. Octavio. I loathe age 4 4 5 5 6 4 4 6 5 5 6 s 4 Fri. Birch. Jack Leeming. Neville. Cerra. Omer Peroha. Waterfall. Kidnapper. Oene Rii Bie Ezo incubus. A Boss. Claret age 6 6 8 4 4 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 two bulb g 0 0 10 10 6 6 5 5 5 6 5 6 5 5 4 10 Handicap. Steamers and on the measurement of ships for tonnage a Telford medal to .Ohn Poisott Smith for his paper quot of Macadam ised boards for the 8�eeta of a Telford stub 8 7 a sri nor s Trier to Chi Eshi quot paper quot on giving an Elup tical form to the outside As we asm Liz "c2r the Telfor medal a Side of the gun conjecture. I he Sylthe Aimery �"0� Cha title to i to us Fimi in eur be me i pointed honorary secret on of ion Scheen Counce Premium of books suitably bound and cheers. La in i Harrison for his paper quot on the Drain .mr.cblbsd%h\\�lpl.? the Aco Delpre a a but new mom Marti la than on the a cum of books suitably bound and inscribed to Daniel a int occasion hear than on the Lark for his a a description of deep sea fish the eve. proposed a vote of thanks to the quot a a Steamer Enterprise with Ruthven a a of the inmates by thee Lirman. Quot a a Tondl Premium of books suitably bound and inscribed to the print pal Par a a there. Or. Hamilton stated that to had drawn James Simpson inn., for his paper quot on prevention of gentlemen representatives Ofa meeting of parishioner held a a a a re for his country on Field of Waterloo seconded Smoko in engine and Oer a Conwil pre some time ago at the vestry Hall and deputed to Aap Gort alleged ill treatment of the poo bin Lambeth or. Alfred Austin and or. B. Cane poor Law inspectors opened an Inqui in the Board room of st. Mary s workhouse Lambeth of order of the poor Law Board relative to alleged ill treatment quot master and other officials. Most of officers Wero present also several Sale of 3 4 Early Bird old Noll 3 mincemeat. 3 nancy.6 it Adwolf. 5 Barsc amp in 8 5 2 0 0 is 13 10 7. 6 4 5 0 6 is 6 12 6 13d.o. St. Dare a a a i Calamus Edna piffle Benvenuto .Ohn Bull the Caliph miss Tennyson general brew of Star of Surrey. Diana a. The medal. Bridesmaid. Mishap. Communist. I. 3. 3. 3 ,-3. ?. 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 stub 6 10 6 10 6 8 6 5 a 4 6 0 6 6 e s 13 5 12 6 10 6 10 5 6 6 413 a a a at de quot quot quot quot quot i a Tum of books suitably bound and inscribed to William .Chaas Murd kits meeting Seepa Michael Peniston for his paper quot on casualties often Ait. A Bucu Mujib a in a a Fitt 1 Ujj a Council Premium of books i suitably a Send and a ascribed to David Chadwick for his i opera quot of water vigilance of our Friday last i or. Thomas Froggett of the Parish of Little Hereford attended Hereford fair had transacted his business and was waiting at the boo a office at the railway station in the afternoon of that Day when 216 consisting of Bank Neteski old and a Cheque for 80f., were extracted from his meeting at Manchester to it we Placo yesterday morning in the f a Parlour Manchester to consider what Steps should a Uken to promote subscription nil to patriotic fund. Twi Auk Nicholls were dip of m. A the complaints against the workhouse authorities. The Wim esses examined Wero Mary males .Ohn Meades and a Darius a Olegra 10 Gas George Arnold inmates of the workhouse and Nathaniel Good word 1855,20 in amp Eishi the Porter. Mary Mead had been slant up in the sur a Gery next to dead House and was to frightened that broke the windows for which was charged before the magistrates. There were six bodies in the dead How and Only a door Between that and the b8ery.-.ohn Meads a allowed to a Trad Chapel nor to go blood Stock at Newmarket by messes. Tattersall. filly by alarm Amarylis 46 Gas a Colt by Flatcar Tebert Ole Nara 290 Gas a Colt by Esse. A dandelion 3-yp-old, engaged at ,.wb8.xiut by Uleu to by cuu Lua Kua Yoi uni out of the Home at any time mayor weekday. To bad frequently complained to the master on the subject. , 4-yr-old, by Irish Birdcage Here 170 Gas Dalboni aged by the Nob 20gns Toggery 3-yr-old� by Lane Roost Toga 100 Gas father thai act 5--old, 64gns the handsome Buck 3-yr-old,.46 Gas Daisy 2-yr-old, by Lane Cost Mth Dut her engagements33 Bay filly foal by Slaney Letitia 25 Bay a it it foal by Hinda 200 Gas Bay Colt 3-yr-old brother to the traverse20 Gas the Cacique 2-Yrk old engaged the mayor presided Andl Tsekes of wha Tvr Epsom Bakty and great ,25 a represent or. 0. Heywood and or. Entwisle that or. Groggett in taking some Silver from he Pometto id 2-yr.old, in Thorp so a Oaks 33 ans a Den no. Bobert Gardner or. Alex. Henry or j i it by we own Itro and that of some Friend to Woofferton 8? filthy Mfd Umof Vermaux theine was Wal or old no easement 50 Gas .Ohn of Grant. A a a uen Garoner Xiu. Aiex. Henry Jar. Harter or. Thos. Potter or. E. N. Philips or. Foo Aad or. James Kershaw ., Miro Hants a quot j bought by 8tebbingj ,30cb a dreadnought no in was Don bless been the thief for the Psi Nib of Bussu has a settled the Gage a st to Flo minutes Al Terwanda or. Froggett disco-1 Mahd of Federal fortress of Maye Aee from Authon-1 phantom cottage Newmarket a Freehold re . Ties of the Germanio bund. Lushi to and paddocks was bought in for 2,200 Guinea. To Othot ships Resolute and intrepid under Cape Kellett and commander m Clintock were lying much further West and engaged in the Immediata quest of Captain Collinson. It appears from the sworn evidence of t is. Lyall my Riti Ards the surgeon and acting surgeon of the assist me that quot All the of cers were fit to remain another Winter with exception of sir Edward Belcher commander Richards the clerk in charge and the senior Engineer of the Only a ten or twelve of the original Crew quot Wero fit to remain j but says commander shome quot ships them Velvea might and the Crews of the Phi Nisan Inglefield Al ships from England 1854quot were available for . The external difficulties were not great. Commander Osborne of the Pioneer sir Edward Belcher of tender says that there was no unusual Quantity of ice in Wellington Channel in june 1854 it was merely Frozen the situation of the ship was favourable to the Prospect of an easy an dearly departure on the break up of the ice. She Lay quot five . To the pitch of Cape Osborne quot having been Frozen in there quot on the 14th or 15th october 1853. ? according to sir Edward Belcher s own showing we i note from one very leading question of his to or. Mcdo Agalli the proper time for the ice to break no in those parts is quot the 2�nd of an to quot or thereabout. This being so the Mere fact of their vessels being As sir Edam puts it quot Btu aled in the ice 42 Miles from Beechy Island quot during the Arctic Winter of Pelota in or the Arctic a Spring of May or the Arctic summer even of june ought not ton Avo alarmed hit so much. He might at least have waited until quot the 22nd of August his distance from quot open water quot was clinging says commander Osborne from Day today. Monthe fatal Day of abandonment the As Tanca and Pioneer were according to himself Only quot 30 Miles from the Southern Edge of the Floe of ice on the Eastern Shore of Wellington Channel with Beechy Island bearing due South quot a distance much diminished by the More exact calculation of his subordinate commander Richards had charge of the assistance during his absence at Beechy Island and unlike sir Edward Belcher quot had no complaint to make of the conduct of the officers or accor no to that gentleman Speaks with evident Reserve of his a a Rio a s movements quot sir Edward Belcher assumed the command on Beechy isl a on the night of the 23rd August in this year. Quot on the morning of the 24th he gave orders for preparing and at four o clock on the morning of the 25th the aes Istance and Pioneer were abandoned by his order and under his personal they were then quot ready for sea quot and quot the stance to open water was Between 20 and 30 Miles quot or 21 Miles As his subsequent calculation makes it. Sir Edward Belcher was properly quot we rec that quot to was not obliged to answer any questions that might Criminate himself a quot and he was quite right to conform to that useful admonition. Yet his statements so far As they go confirm the evidence of his officers. He admits his responsibility for the abandonment which i he justifies As done quot in pursuance of the instructions of the Lorda of the admit Day and of the Powers eat rated to those Powers How Ever were limited by one solitary restriction. He was not to exercise them without first quot con suiting quot with the several commanders of the vessels under his charge with Captain Kel Lett and commander of Bome quot he neither conferred nor co melted quot and with commander m Clintock albeit in his near neighbor airhood at thai time we again quote from a leading question of sir Edward Belcher to that witness quot he had no direct communication Ai All quot the Brave commander being in All probability like everybody else in his commo Dore s tick books. It is very strange indeed that the court martial should have failed to notice this remarkable abstinence from quot direct it is the More strange because the omission quot to Confer or consult quot Verith capt. Kellett seems to be Ani adverted on in their sentence and a kind of halting and. Reluctant allowance conceded to the apology offered by sir Edward Belcher in the Teeth however of capt. Kellett s statement to the contrary that quot the circumstances did not admit of such the abandonment of the assistance and Pioneer put an end to All Hope of coming on the traces o Franklin the primary object of the expedition. The abandonment of the Lesol Teand intrepid put an end to the a there certain Prospect of the Success of Captain Kellett and commander m Clintock in their Gallant and Well considered ende Avoir to relieve ant Rescue Captain Millinson of the investigator imprisoned since 1851 in the ice to the Westward the secondary object of the expedition. Captain Kellett states on oath that quot sir Edward Belcher did not Confer or consult with him before giving the order to abandon those two it was together a dust his will and in Defiance of protests so Strong As to amount in sir Edward Belcher s judgment perhaps to insubordination that Captain ele Lett and i Gallant subordinate commander m Clintock obeyed them at All. There can be no Buu at All in the mind of any Man acquainted with the facts that the ill considered recall of Kellett and m Clintock alone prevented the timely discovery and Efi Letual Relief of Coinson s missing expedition of 1851. In All probability those Brave Fellows whose records of 1852-3 explain not Only their then whereabouts but their future intentions were within a few Miles of the Resolute and intrepid at the moment when the Phi Nix North Star and Talbot were bearing their former Crews away for Ever. Captain Kellett and commander m Clintock have distinctly deposed against the necessity of such abandonment. The former quot thinks it is very probable they could have got through the ice this summer quot and if not that quot they could have remained another year without incurring More than the Ordinary he says that quot the state of health of the officers and Crew of the Resolute and intrepid was generally very the condition of the ships and provisions will be presently stated. He sees quot no reason Why they should not have remained another season Lor the purpose of of birding assistance to Captain Cou Insom the chips and Crews were quite equal to it parties would have been usefully employed this next Spring in following his traces which cannot now be done. If it was within 600 Miles capt. Tominson would have been within their reach As parties from his Captain Kellett s ship his officers went 1,200 miles�?600 Miles out and 600 Miles a glance at the Chart will enable the Reader to comprehend the Vine of that assistance now for Ever withdrawn from the lost Tominson. The Resolute and the intrepid were abandoned in deference to the peremptory and reiterated mandates of sir Edward Belcher about quot 28 Miles . And by 8. True from Cape this was on the 16th of May 1854. They then proceeded to join Belcher at Beechey Island and it was after their arrived there that Captain Kellett to his great mortification became informed quot by the unparalleled journey quot of one of his own officers i lieutenant Mechlin had just returned from one of his Overland expeditions that the last record of Captain Coinson which had teen of ted was dated from the i them extremes of. The Prince of Wales s Strain and that he there stated it to Boris intention to follow a supposed Strait which on of his Collin s travelling parties had gone up More then 1,00 Miles quot and Leaton i. Ii a i apparently to the eastward. He also stated himself to have found the record of capt m Clare s previous and fruit investigation of the Western Shore of that Region. Frem Ali these circumstances Captain Heuett justly concluded that Captain a Jln in amp a quot re uld a tissue that unknown Strait As fair As practicable and after that would still follow no to Ttoe Tward quot Tomt is to say in the direction of the non withdraw i Dps he Foston Simein making Knorra to sir Edward Belcher the precious news. Quot it Waint to him by m. In Bray the French mate Vnti dog in two hours after to capt Kellett received i to and that officer informed him that he reached sir Edward Belcher in a few they might have feared their labour. Sur Edward Belcher persisted All the Moro in commanding the immediate retain of the entire Squadron to England and the ill fated Coinson waa left to Begue him of Asho might with Hopes of finding at the end of his painful Jozip Aey quot eastward quot friends that exist not there and Telpi for Ever denied him. As if nothing should remain to justify or even to Laurate this incredible desertion of a Hope cause t the very eve of such is it now appears that sir Edward Belcher had decreed it so Long Back As the very Day of his going into Winter quarters iii tha Middle of october 1853. A Ely one most express Surprise that the court martial did hot put their Inger on this fact at once. It would have saved them a great Deal of pin labour in the attempt to decipher out of the evidence of a Cload of witnesses some Colour for sir Edward by Cher a monstrous assertion that quot he was compelled to do so by the state of the ice in May and june 185 a a the orders of the 15th october 1853," speak for themselves in this particular. Some question arts a As to their production. Sir Edward having marked them quot confidential quot we have to thank the Couch for not acceding to such Aii objection. By those order sir Edward Belcher directs Captain Heuett that quot unless distinct and unmistakable evidence waa adduced of the track of sir .Ohn Franklin s edition. Captain Kellett was to join my sir Edward Belcher at Beechy Island before the Middle of pain Heuett was not the Man to pronouns oughtly against the existence of such evidence As came in his away. More Preci orders had therefore to to Given. They were contained in two letters both marked by sir Edward Belcher quot confide Atid quot and produced by Captain Kellett in obedience to the court the first Etter was dated 1st february 1854, quot referring to the orders of the 15th october and stating that the uves of a his Crew must be secured at Beechy Island and requesting him to meet sir Edward Belcher at that Ace with the Crews of his vessels before the 26 the of August quot the second letter dated apr 2, 1854, was to the same effect Captain Heuett Laid these three documents before Lis subordinate officers and to his and their honour hey authorised him to return the reply which he sent n to Belcher on the ji2th april 1854. N that letter he stated quot that he had come to the conclusion that nothing contained in his orders would justify him Captain Heuett in abandoning the ships under his command and requesting from sir Edward Belcher was in Possession of the orders of the government to give him final decided and most orders quot in the quot confidential quot letter he added quot that it was the unanimous opinion of a on Board that they should not suffer from the ret break up of the ideas the ice was of last years this bold remonstrance Only elicited from the angry Commodore a Curt reply dated the 2lbt apr 854 and stating quot that he no reason for alter no his Ori Nal decision that the Resolute or the Ender should be abandoned or both quot but directing Lim quot to is withdraw everything valuable &c., from he Resolute and to repair for further instructions to Beechy Island after battering Down both vessels so that nothing might be disturbed and that they might be ready for Captain Kellett and commander m Clintock agree in stating that quot it was is Conse Tience of those orders that on the 15th Day in this year he abandoned his ship the Reso Ute and the intrepid the tender both vessels a eing quot in perfect condition for re occupation battened Down top gaunt masts on deck and Square sails Bent rather improved than otherwise and fully provisioned up to july 1855, with the exception of preserved meats which Herald have got from he had placed them during the Winter m cac some Miles off on the Chance of a the Way of parties from Franklin s or Coinson s ship there were also quot a Large proportion of comforts provided by the lords of the admiralty quot on Board. The difficulty is to understand not Why sir Job. Belcher s acquittal was not styled quot honourable quot but How he came to be acquitted at a. The admiralty also ought riot to be allowed to stifle inquiry to save themselves or their the court martial on lieutenant Osborne ought to be proceeded with. Argus. Soldiers sick and wounded fund. To the briton of Tab Saint news. Sle a i have in the discharge of my duty to the Public taken the Liberty of writing to sir Robert Peel a letter a copy of which i enclose and i beg the favour of your laying it before your numerous readers. I am sir your most obedient servant 12, Mark Lane oct. 24, 1854. Feancis Lyne copy to bib to debt Peel babt., m.sir a no Man take from you the nobility of your heart though some May venture to doubt if your Bounty bos not lately gone into a Channel where actual need had not raised its Standard of claim. My Cousin or. S. Lyno Stephens with an equal Bounty has supported you and both names stand now proudly honoured before world for an evidence Giurea so conclusive that the cry of the needy can Pierco your hearts. A a beg of you to Bear patiently with me whilst i plead directly with you in behalf of the tribunal of Commerce association. Its object is to Deal with unheard of and never publicly told horrors. Commencing first with Egony of the mind secondly As the consequence the breaking Down of the body and thirdly As the consummation of All the fearful act of suicide. These horrors Are common a the result of our present Law system when a honest fir Ogal industrious Man in the midst of his toil to maintain Bis family is forced into Law. Our trustee Evirtt Hob. Lord wha Cliffe in his speech at the London Avem said that he Felt convinced that if or. Huskisson was still alive be would support the movement and i feel equally satisfied that if your Noble minded father had been spared to the nation till now he would too with an uncommon anxiety try to fathom the unbounded Charity that a tribunal of Commerce would be to the honest and the industrious in this great commercial country. To have been recommended to publish cases in proof of thu but we forbear because of the Dishonour it would bring upon not a few now in honour but i will give Yon one Case and i Appeal to your Noble heart to say if such sufferings ought to be allowed and whether in the sight of Ood to whom though not pub shed in the time they Are known they must not be highly provoking and displeasing. A gentleman engaged in Trade whose character had always been Bis Best property had a dispute to Settle to entreated and so did his friends for him that arbitration might be the Means for arranging the matter. His a to agonist waa Rich and powerful an Law quot by him was insisted upon. The suit commenced everything waa said and done to alarm the poor Many his honour was attacked a he was pronounced throne a the medium of third persons to be in quot an awful position quot because disclosures would expose his Dishonour to the world this Drory him to the deter Marioni regardless of All consequences to face the Rich Man on his own we fortified selected ground. Expense came upon him which he could not afford his children became a terror to him his wide Odd enough a lady whose family we Are informed was once intimate with your own became agonised at seeing his bodily health giving Way and at length the physician was caused in to support Bis sinking Frame. Mental agony had however brought on a disease which obliged physician to pass his patient Over to the surgeon. Stir the poor Man went on with his lawsuit and at last he Defeated his powerful Ante Onitt but he was utterly mined though successful i this Case has been fully investigated and on inquiry it appears that the poor Man by his Indus and Good character had maintained his father whose Means by losses had been exhausted in his declining years that he bad likewise taken care of two Brothers and three Sisters his father having asked him to a. Their guardian and now this very Man Frith a most exemplary wife and a Largo family of Beautiful and intellectual children b almost broken hearted because Lecann amp Ither recover his health or his position to educate and maintain his Camuy. To know to to True in All Ita details and we have the opinion of Many of leading professional men in the City of i Ndon to confirm our own conviction that the poor Man s dispute never ought to have been subjected to the Horros of a Law suite sur a end to such. pro Side before do the i tits de at ssh distresses is object of our motives and win an. At Ai Public meeting at to in the mating of parliament i Ueo great servies and of Thow Jutry. Pray it i gab and Bol Ievolo your �2, mme lans oct 19, Lyne

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