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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. POSTPONEMENT OF THE PROPOSED SEGENHOE STOCK SALE . The Overseer having reported that in consequence of the want of Grass, a further delay must take place in bringing the Cattle, &c., from Segenhoe to Sydney, MESSRS. I. SIMMOMS & CO, Are instructed by the Trustee to Postpone the Sale until FRIDAY, the 5th of October next, on which day they will positively offer for Public Competition, at the New Cattle Market, in Syd- ney, THE Residue of the beautiful Herd of Horned CATTLE, bred at Segenhoe, from improved Durham Stock. They will be sold in the following Lots, viz.:- SIXTY MILCH COWS- Lot 1-Five improved Milkers or Breeders Lot 2-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 3-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 4-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 5-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 6-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 7-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 8-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 9-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 10-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 11- Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 12-Five ditto ditto ditto SIXTY HEIF...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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GOVERNOR ARTHUR. [Lately the disinterested and impartial Governor of Van Diemen's Land, and where his memory is held in such affectionate remembrance.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

GOVERNOR AlTIHUR, (I.ntely the disinteres!ed and and impartialGovernor Van Dieneen's Land, and where his memory is held in such afic/lionate rcmembrance.] The news from "Upper Canada is bad, because -bloody. WVe allude to the execution at Toronto, of Samuel Lount and Peter Mattlhews, convicted of high treason, as Having been concerned in the late disturhances. Four other persons convicted of the samnt crime were to'e hanged at Toronto on the 30th of April, anld seven at H?Rmilton on -the 24th. Sutherland, it was said, would le.transpclted for life, as no act of violence was proved against him. Petitions signed by 3,000 inhabitants of 'Toronto nad the vicinity were presented to Governor Arthur to spare the lives of the prisoners; but the prayer was rejected; and notwithstanding the earnest soli-itatinns of the wives and relatives of Lotunt and Mattihews, their bodies were delivered to sur geons for dissection. There, TLord Glenelg? such is the lirst act of the ci-devant gaoler, the C...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

EXPORTS. OIL Spern Whale, per ton .. .. do0 0 Black ,,. .. .. .. 20 0 0 rLAx-per ton New Zealand, rough . .. . I 0 0 fine .. ... 2 0 0 Blue Gum, per load .. .. "2 s1 0 0 e Cedar, per foot.. ... .. .0 0 2 0 0 2 SUNDRItES 'rcecnallsl per thousand. .. 2 0 0 5 '0 Ilidec, salted, l,er b. . . 0 U 2 Beef(Cdlonial).. . .. .. 0 0 41 Pork (ditto) . .. . 0 0 Flour, per l0 lbs ...... . 0 10 0 I 1 0 Snap, per lb (Colonial). .o a 4 Candles ..... ... 0 0 6 Wheat. .... . . ... 0o 6 o 0 7 Maize .. .. .. o0 0 6 Rum has taken an advance of fromn 2d to 3d per gallon in the London market. The holders here are busy pur chasing all they possibly can to arrive. Some considerable business has been done this week in the rilnt trade. BaNAar.-Little business has been done lit this articlo owing principally to the very high prices demanded.

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LOCAL MARKETS, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

LOCAL MARKETS, MAY st. IIRADORD.-TVo01 lMarket.-The amount of businessin this market during the past, fully equals that of the preccd. ing week. The finer sorts are still most in demand. A con. silerable degree of firmness is manifested, yet prices re. main nearly stationary. Mid. wethers may be quoted at about 131. 15s. YarnMarket.-Our market continues firm, anti the demand is quite equal to last week. Piece Mar. Ret.-There does rnot appear to have been quite so much business done to-clay; some of the manufacturers are ask ing higher prices, but buyers will not advance; where old prices have been asked goods have sold freely. Lrnr,s, Tuesday.-There was a good market on Satur day last at the Cloth Halls, as has been during the last twelve months, and on Tuesday there was an improve. tnent upon the generality of market days of late. HUDDners KL.D, Ma~ 29g.--There has been a good deal of bulsiness done to-day, in all kinds ofwoollens,but more particularly in fancy doeskins, &c...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 5, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Sydney Wholesale Price Current. Octbber 5, 1838. IMPORTS% SPIRITs-(in bond) V gallon.: .. £ . d. I a. d Rum, proof . .. 4 4 0 Brandy .........0 5 6 0 6 3 Gin, pale . ....... 0 0 TonAcco Negrohead,pcrlb . .... 0 2 0 0 2 3 Cavendish " .. . . 0 i i0 SuOAR Manritlus, fine, per ton . S2 0 0 Brown ,, ..... . 5 0 0 20 0 0 Java ..... . ... . 22 0 0 3 0 0 Refiued, per lb .. .... .. 0 0 10 COrica , ..* ..* . .. 0" 0 8 0 0i TaA Sodichong, per chest .. .. 0 0 Ilyson.skin ,, ...... . 4 10 0 4 2 6 Ilyson, per box ........ 2 2 0 RICE East India, Patna, perbag .. 1 0o Java ,, . . .. 1 1 0 SprCxs Pepper, perlb .. ... O" 2O 0 0 4 Cloves ,, 0.... o 3 0 0 3 60 RAISINS Cape ,, ...... .. 0 0 4 Smyrna . .. . 0 0 4} WrINss-(in wood) Sherry, per pipe . . . 25 0 0 50 0 0 Madellra .... . .. 2 0 0 45 0 0 Tenerifs . ..... ... 18 0 0 So 0 0 Port ,, ....... 3so 0 6o 0 0 Cape , o.... .. ..10 0 0o (In bottle) Champagne, per dozen . .. 2 1 0 3 5 0 Claret , . ..... 0 J11, 0 Madeira ,......... .. 0 1 10 0 Sherry ,, .....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Lo.noN WooL TRADn.-The trade in foreign wool rules dull, with the exception of German sorts for which there is a steady demand. In British there is no variation; not withstanding which the self-constituted friends of the farmer are advislng him to stickle for high prices at the coming clip; and to give a colourable reason for the rccommendaction, a few orders received from the United States for woollen goods are magniiedlinto "extensive" ones. We are glad to be able to report a better state of feeling amongst our transatlantic clustomlers, indicative of arevived trade, but It Is the opinion of the bestlllormed, that there will be no spurt in the American trade of this 7year The farmer. if he is wise, will be content with rea sonable prices. There is such a thing as overdoing it, as mostold wool.growers know too wel. Tea WooL TRADI.-We have not tbe slightest altera tion to notice in the .currencies of British wool, whilst there has been by no means a large amount of business transact...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

-The ..co"neriSon" Wvhich.the Toriec are.?wittin to ldake in -returrl for the abandolnent of the SApplropriat.ion." and which some of the .Vhig ,iewsp:upers glorified very much, turns out to be pre ._ively of the decriptionave have given of it in our tirst page-- a .heame for packilng the new a ish Cor plratiusn with Th ries, and, xrlhding the great body of'fishi houeeholdel from' all aitare in the govern ,anlst of t heir. municipaltties.' .Last nigiht, the Hou?seof i-Coommons went into Cnm?maUitteeont the-Iri h Corporation Bill. 'he first five..elau.es were postpoped, to get at the sixth, which 6fisethequalification. Sir Robest Poeel then s~Upld a clause,to tthe e:, ct that. in order to ep ?lle a*getsou to theuuticiiPal franchise, he nust .be rated forthe relief of the poor onawalueof £10, " such rate being made on an estimate of the net annual value" of-his premises. DIr. O'Connell-would not consent ton afranchise for bMnicipal voters, which wasnmuch higherthan the Parliamentary f...

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CARGO OF THE JOHN M'LELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

CARGO OF THE JOIlN M'LELLAN. 125 barrels pork, 3.1 casks bottled beer, 754 bars 650 'rods s0 bundlles iron, 60 deals, 22 , cases gin. 140 hhds beer, tierces tobacco, 12?0 staves, a carriages, 51 casks Inalt, 9 cases glass 19 packages ironmongery, 2 bales blankets, 20 boxes soap, 10 boxes candles, 12 pipes 87 tasks cider, 29 bales canvas, 17 buts salt, 4 cases mil linery, 4 casks cord, to casks brushes, 8 tierces corks. I hhd glce, 7 pianofortes, 45 empty butts, 10 casks sugar, 6trunks apparel, 2 bulls, I entire horse, 2 cases snuff, 50 half.plpcs 50 quarter.pipcs wvines, 400 boxes raisins,

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Legislative Council. TuesnaY, OCTOBER 2. The'monueil met at twelse o'clock pnnruast to adj nrniIi file t. The Attorney General as Chairnan of the Coin. mnittee on the Mledical Iill, lrought pIII the Repgost. The evidence he said could not accompany it, ass everal of the i entlenlmn who had given evidence, had rrqursted leave to revise their evidence. The bill had allready he en read a first tlm', and it was ordered to be read a i, cond time, on aVeriellday. The BCrown I.andns Oecupantih n Bill. the News paper Act Amtendmnent hill, and the ()icer.n of Cun tomn Indemnity Bill, was re.dc the third tlme-and passed. The Bill for the approprliation of Fines and IPenaltie4 to the Pomrt, was read a aecanrl rite. and ordered to bem read a third tine on Fridtly, (this day.) In tihe first clause, an amellllent v'as car Siled, authorizing the paymnent of fines and penalties to the lBenevolent Society in Sydnty, when levied in any Disrict. of the Colony, where no Benevolent or ort er Poor Societ...

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Law Intelligence. QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Law Intelligence. QUARTER SESSIONS. ION-DAY, OCTOBasa 1 189s. Befroe tho Chairman-Messrs. Campbell, Seipill, ad Ravmond, and a Military Jury. Thomas Holloway stood charged with stealing a qono. tity of articles, consisting of glass-ware, &c., from Thomss Dunsdon, confectioner, of Georgc.strect. It appead from the evidence of Mr. Dunsdon, thattheprlsonerhla been four e rfive months in hla employment, in the capm . city of a waiter; that he had lately left his service, and from information received from a female servant, he pro. cured a search-warrant and proceeded to a house in Pltt. stre.'t, where the prisoncrlodged, and there round a sugr ,bason, ansd some salt-cellars. which ie believed to be hs property. e.q. subscequently called on prisoner, accom. panied by a? stable, wilhen prisonerconfesgedtisatbehad stolen ar icl -?lnilar to those found, and begged Mr. D. , dcleal merclftsllv with hin, he heing acquainted withbhk friends at home. Verdict-Gailty; se tenced to be can. ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

DEPAR TURES. On Monday, the Sisters, for the Sperm Fishery. On "Tuesday, the IWestmoreland, and IVilliat1 Alelcalf. for J ava. On Wednesday, the Success, for Port Phillip.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

SLON'DION NEW PRICE CUR*RINr, JUNE 8. S WEST INDtS tAND SPANM=I MAl~.-- Arrow-rOot, Sid to Is d per lb.- BHides, dry, 4d to 6d, salted, 3d'to 43d. Rumn per gailop, -lewards,, proofs, 2s 8id; ditto, 2 to 1l 1 o. p., 2s 9d to Se Pemarara, s3 to 36 o. p. 3s 6d to 3s 9d Jamaiia, I. Ii. and 16 o. p., 3s Sd to 3s7d; 18 to20. 3s 8d to 3s9id 22 25, Ss l dto 4s2d; 3 to35. 4s 3dto4ssd; favourite marks, 4s 6d to 5s. Tortoiseshell, perlb. 21s to 26s. Cedar, per foot, Od to 7d. E.tAs I?ntA. - Hides, ou and cow pe.lb., 3d to d. Tortoiseshell, 18s to 3Is. VAN D;IEaEv'as AND AND New FouTn WALES.-Bark. I mimosa, per ton, £9 to LI . Guam Kino, per cwt., £20 to £39. Hide-, per lb.. 2Sd to S;d. Oil, southern, per tnn. £24 10s to £28 6y; elephants' £24 les to £28; sperm, .£82 to .£83 ; head matter, £84. Skins, seal, each, 3s to 6s; kangaroo, 3d to ad. Whalebone, per ton. £124 to £125. Wheat. perquarter. 54s to 710. Wool. fluoe, 2s Sd to 2s Sd; good, Is 10d tu 2s; middling, is 6d to is led; ordinary, Is ...

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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Police Incidents. Two men named Cooghan and Clayton, are in the cus. tocdv of the Police, charged with stealing a geldlng from the paddock of fIr. William Dean, of the Western Road, being his property. They were remanded. "On the night of Thursday last, a man named William Evans, was found standing over a drunken man, attempt-, ing to remoe his trowsers from his person. Upon being taken to the watch-house, together with the drunken man, Evans drew from his pocket, another pocket, and a per. tion of a pair of trowsers attached, from Which he took some silver and threw it upon the ground. He essayed to return the pocket and remnant to his ou'n pocket, but was prevented; and upon the small clothes of the drunken man being examined, the remnant and pocket were found. Evans said he hLad acted a an ,,rnkua c?rle when he tore off' the pocket, wishing to take care of the man'smoney. He stands committed for trial. BIOAIV.-On Friday thle 2?th ult., Ellen Johnson, alias Eleanor Earrlngton. W a...

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PARRAMATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

PARRAMATTA RACES. The races at Parramatta commenced on Wednesday. A press of English matter prevents us from giving more than the'order in which the horses came in on the first day's racing, which was as follows, viz.: FIarT Rsac.--Australian Plate of £50, two mile heats, forhorses of all ages; weight for age. The winner of any £50 to carry not more than 71bs. extra, at the discretion ofr the stewards. Four entrances or norace. Entrance £5. Mr. C. Robert's Lady Cordelia .......... I I Mr. C. Smith's Lady Godiva . ... ... ..... 2 Mr. D. Egan's Crockford ................ 3 -?cown lRAc.--MIiden Plate of £~25, for all ages; one mile heats; weight for age. Three entrances or no race. Entrance ?2 10s. Mr. Evans' Victor (by Toss) .............. I1 Mr C. Smith's Cinderella (by Emigrant) .... 2 2 Mr. Dargln's No Mistake (by Steeltrap) ... . (bolted) TiIian RAcE.-The Ladies' Purse of £20, with a Sweepstake of e£5 each added: one mile heats for all ages; weight forage, Entrance £1 10s. Three e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Births.   On the 25th September, of a son, Mrs. Smith wife of Mr. James Smith, of Smithfied, Eastern Creek. At Phoenix Park, on Wednesday, the 26th instant, Mrs. J. H. R. Rolertson, of a daughter. At Bustle Cottage, on the 28th instant, Mrs. C. T. Smith, of a daughter. At Spencer Lodge, Sydney, the 3rd instant, Mrs. Lamb of a son, who lived only a few hours. On Wednesday 1st at her residence, Prince-street, Mrs. Cameron, of a daughter. Marriage. At Hackney,on the 20th May last, John, fifth son of the late Cecil Becke, Esquire, Solicitor, of Devon- shire-street, Bloomsbury, to Mary Anne, youngest   daughter of the late Henry Whitworth, Esquire, Banker of Northampton. Deaths. On Thursday, the 27th September, Richard Wyatt, youngest son of Mrs. W. C. Alger, Castlereagh- street, aged fifteen years.   On Saturday last, at his Lodgings in Kent-street, John Sullivan, Esq., aged 19 years, son of Major   Sullivan, of Chesterfield House, in the County of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. POSTI'ONEMENT OF THE PROPOSED SEGENHOE STOCK SALE. The Overseer having reported that in consequence of the want of Grass, a further delay must take place in bringing the Cattle, &c., from Segenhoe to Sydney, MESSRS. I. SIMMOMS , CO, Are instructed by the Trustee to Postpone the Sale until THIS DAY, the 5th of October, when they will positively offer for Public Competition, at the New Cattle Market, in Sydney, T IIE Residue of the beautiful Herd of Horned CATTLE, bred at Segeuhoe, from improved Durham Stock. They will be 'old in the following Lots, viz : SIXTY MILCH COWS Lot I-Five improved Milkers or Breeders Lot 2-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 3-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 4-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 5-LFive ditto ditto ditto Lot 6i-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 7--Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 8-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 9-Five ditto ditto ditto Lot 10-Five ditto ditto ditto lot ll--Five ditto ditto ditto 1.ot 12-Five ditto ditto ditto .SIXTY HEIFERS, WHICH ARE E...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Mr. 'rancis IBaring obtained leave"to'brin? in a bill '* for the pro'i ional government of iBritish settlemn(ts in the islands of New Zealand,'" after a division in which the numbers were 74 and 23. The bill was subsequently brought in, read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Wednesday, the 20th 'June. The quarterly average of the weekly liabilities and assets of the Bank. of Eilgland, fronm the 6th MCtlarch to the 29th Maly LLABILITtI-. aswrs. Circulation..... .19,018,00 ]I Secnritics.... £'22,64Q,000 Deposits....... 10,7s6,000 I Bullion....... 9.806,000 4e29,804,000 I £32,454,000 This return, as compared with tile last, shows a drcrease in the circulation of £66,000. in the deposits of £220.000. in the secusitics of £120,000, and in bullion of £1 96,000.-Ibid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

Abstract of ,ales by Auction. THIS DAY. SIiMMONS 1. & CO., at New Cattle i5arket. Seken hoe Cattle and stnck-after which, 100 head • Durham Cattle and valU.thle Ror-e,. POIACK A., at HiazItar, at 12-a Cleveland Entire Horse, also ~Ieep. WIL~ON J. T., at Rooms, atlll-legant House hold I urniture. TO-MORROW. SMAR'` T. W., at Rooms, at 1l-1Merchandise, ex Felicity, &c., prime English Bacon and Cheese. BLACKMIAN, MlIt., at Rooms, at 11, Lime Julie Ale. Po ter, &C. SOLOMON NI., at Ronms, at 12-Fifty-acre Farm, !lunter's River, and two Farms on the Liverpool Road. BYRNES JAS., at Walker's Inn, Parramatta Fifty tons Oaten itay. AGENCY IN LONDON, irOR PABSENGERS TO AND PROM NEW SOU'-Ht W: ALES, THE EAST AND WEST INDIES 14o. 6, Leadenhall-st., hear the India House. PARTIES arriving in England will, on immediate application to M1R. ALEXANDER, Colonial Passage Agent, No. 6, Leadenhall-street, secure the most prompt attention in regard to the clearind and forwarding thei...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

jFFrom the SPeCTATon, J'une 9j T'here ta~;e been no long-debates in Parliament; and. with one excelption,.the business done, is not imn.ortant The .Peers are seriously engaced in the improve net.nt ot the lish Poor Bill? which, contrary to every apipearauce and expectation on its intro duction t, the IHouse, bids fhtir to?conte out of their hatnds it ,rac'cable, thnogh far . too lihlited, measure. ' IheDuke of Wellington has carried tome 4u'erl and izilmlrtant amenndments; the chief of whiclh, to use his own term, "localizes the ex pense,"-In other .cords, charges upon each of the ' Since this was written, tho Instructions have been called for-na.ately, by Mr. Ma?I e. D. districts or-unions- into -which the country will be et divided, the cost of relieving the-inhabitants of that district. Without this {rovision, the landlord would have small direct interest in the prevention of p tu e perism on his esta'e, and the benevolent and judi Scious ptroprietorvonuld ie taxed to support the...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Friday, Oct. 5th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. lH'eekly Report, to Friday. Oct. 5th, 1838. ARERCRn(OIlIE, schooner, Crew innater, Monte. Sfire & Co. aernts, at Wilson's W'harf, loading tar Honhrt Town. AU TIIALIA N, bark (whaler), IRhodes. master, SC0nnpa.r & Holt agents - at cast side of Cove r'fitling for tih, y .iy ARACHNE, hark, Ti uifellinnater. A 1'Gruan & Co. "'ent-t-east side of Cove, refitting DEE, brig. Hunter master, D. Egan, agent, at Dock Yrnud, dis.lrcring. " IIE-t LE H. 1I B., Captain .Wickham, Campbell & Co. agenlts-- Cove refitting. CA PE PACKET, bark (whale),- ,'master; P. de Metre, agent--Cockle Bay, refitting. CHIEFTAIN, bark, Howey master. - A Donald son agent-in stream, for South Seas CL'VDE, hark, Matches master, A B Smith & Co. agents-in stream. COULNTESS DURHAM, Johnstone master, As pinall & Co. agent-in stream, refitting. _ CAMDEN. bria, Molrgan master, Campbell &-Co. agents-east side of cove. r...

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