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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 April 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS - GOVERNMENT NOTICE, fNo. 79.] Colo ' nial Secretary's Office, April 15, 1830. H h Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased lo appoint Vance Young Donaldson, Esq; a Jastioe of tile Peace for the Islan3 of Vtin Diemeti's land and iii depé«dencif!s. , < , t¡ < By His Excellency's command» , J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 81.] Colo- nial Secretary's Office. April 22, 1830 His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following appoint- ments in the Police of the Territory. Mr. John Gibbs, to be a special constable - , George Bath, 1175, Lady Harewood, to act as Constable at Spring bay, police district of Great Swan port.,   George Reggett, 543, Manlius, do. at Montacute, P. D of Bothwell lohn Kennedy, 198, Woodman, do.at Cluny, P.D. of New Norfolk. , .. Daniel Weir. 1004, Prince Regent, do. at Dunnor lan, P.D. of Norfolk plains J< 8<.ph Johnson, 245, Sir...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 April 1830

FARM ON THE M\CQÜ/RIE RIVER, lOR SALE. THE highly imp loved Cítate of Winton, constat mc of nearly 4,000 «cres (Jt Several veal s ondit will be given for three fourth» of tllc<ptn olíase money. Apply to Mr V M Turnbull, at the farm, or to Mr. Young, Solicitor, Hobart town. FOR SALE. A pair of Trench Burr Mill Stones, 4 fecldinmc ter, with driving irons, spindle bridging box, vnter wileri, gudgeons and hoops, boiling machine brushes and «ne, &c &o To any one intending to erect n Flnui Mill this will be found an opportunity whjch rarely ooi urs to suppli lunfsell with nery import! ii innti rial inces- tar) for the purpose Apply to I dward R uid PER SHIP GEORGE CANNING. GLORGC LANGFORD bas opened Rich Gi noa %elvets ' A Urge assortment of ribbons Ribbon velvets of colours Chintze i nitdmus ins Silk braids in variety Silk sli iwls and scirf» Sarsnrls arid Postans Hosiery and gloves Silk bandkerrtuefg Brussels oarpeting Hctrlli rugs 'J ihlc cov< rs T...

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CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY APRIL 17 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 April 1830

CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY APRIL 17 William Hobsell and William Ling, wh bad been remanded by the Chief Justice,   under a charge of felony, were again brought up and found guilty. MONDAY 19th Edward Nye alias Powell, was convicted of burglary. William Jermaine, George Thomson and James Newman were found guilty of stealing sundry articles of silver plate and two pis- tols from T. G. Gregson, esq. The following were then brought up and   discharged by proclamation, viz:—   George Boat, charged with perjury. Mary Price and Charles Wood charged with stealing a chest of tea from D. Lord, esq.     Richard Barnes and Bryant Kane charged with cattle-stealing.     Robert Weare charged with cutting and   maiming. James Jackson, Eliza Murtaugh and  Ca- therine Jackson charged with feloniously en- tering the house of W. Harvey with intent to steal. And on the 20th April, was also dis- charged,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 May 1830

S\LE BY AUCIION, BY MR4 J. T COLLtCOTT, At His Mdjestj s Commissaiiat Magazines, on Monday the 10th of May next, at l8 u'dotk pree'i^-eiy, THtlEK ihousand lbs. Salt Suet, 3213 lbs. Kaisms, 221 lbs. Corr nits, 5178 lbs. Hiscutt Dust and d <m igcd Bis- cuit, 8 (¡rocery Chests and Cinmstcis, *> Lai^e hu Cannister«, 73 Ilntpty Lime Jttire * uses, with a qtian t.ty ot empty Hott'es, , A Stone Kit and a quantity of s>taves, Headings, Ti on Hoops, $c. #c Prompt paymeut. SAKE J Y AUCTION, ßr MB. J. T. COLUÇOTT, j At his Mart in Murray-street, on Thursday next, | the 6th instant, imînedidtely after tlic sale of Mieep and Cattle, ' ' A vaiiety of neat and very useful Household /m. Furniture, consisting of Cane-bottoiued Chairs, Dining and Pembroke Tables, Moreen Window Curtains, Mattrasses, Feather t'illowg anti Bolsters, Bedsteads, a very handsome large sized Carpet, Earthen »are, Kicthen Utensils, and many other Al tides too 'numerous to mention. Prompt payment. WANTED tp p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 May 1830

.The Kin*» lias given to Sir W. Scott, HIP famous Stuart papors, which were brought from Rome after the death of Cardinal York, lite List ofthat unfortunate family. St» great is the mortality arnon«» the na- tives op Ce> Iori, that upwards of 5000 died of dvscntery in one month. The hyson skin tea which is retailed ih London nt bs. a lb. is »bought at Canton at gd. This is one effect of the Hon. East .In- dia Company. The only newspaper in Iceland with a po- pulation ol'50,000 souls has been given up for want of support. Mr. Westley, the bookbinder in Friar street, Doctoi's Commons, has*250 persons exclusively encaged in binding the anriüals. About 2000 vjersotis it is calculated, are fully employed upon them, and their annual cost to the public is reckoned at 90,0001. Mativ of the present inmates of the cele- brated but very austere monastery of La Trappe in France" are English gentlemen, who had formerly moved in the first circles. Within the last 30 years, 2 millions and a hal...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 May 1830

w-srwywgaaJMiw -»-»B«I %\}t Couriers SATURDAY, MAY 1, 16S0., Sailed on the 24th for Sydney, H!M.S. Crocodile, wjih the Venerable Archdeacon Broughton passenger. , " ' 1' Vessels in the harbour.-Ship«, Georse Canning, Nancy, Wanstead, discharging. Prison ship Mary. Brigs, Deveron, Caro line, ana schooner Hetty, proceeding on sperm whale fishery. Brig Volusia, loading for Liverpool. " Government vessels.-Brigs, Derwent, Tamar and Prince teopolrl. t ( ' The Nancy and George Canning will load or Sydney/and the Mary and Wanstead for London. ' ' ' 'l \L \\l The Bengal Merchant, Cap!a:n \ Duthie, which toi»H in a h<»v\ carao at iP.alavia fur Antwerp, wits neath Iwt in a irt'ein I'IP !\Jo-j ?anibif}ue ch.mnef. it w.*s so violent ilidt numerous smaller vessel.> pi'rish«\l. , The Great Welland canal connecting: the lakes oí Ontario, Erie,' Huron, and Michi- gan was opened in November with gteat ce- remony, and hailed by the' Canadians as a most important event. The supplies of w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 May 1830

LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING. THE above art practised in all its branches at Mrs. WOODS, opposite to tile Waterloo . Mill in Liverpool street. ' <. Ink. and chalk drawings, maps, plan», illustra, ?'.'tiona,"nmsiciand music papers, fac-similes-circu lars, address and compliment cards, bill-bends nnd cards for tradesmen, labels bills of lading, law ?and military forro*, views in'. Hobart town and the interior, signals, ornamental book covers, &e. &c. &c. executed in the best nianner and with the ut- most despatch.' Mrs. Wood, in soliciting the attentionof.the Public to the Lithographic ; Printing, feels per- suaded that it will be found to possess all the ordi* nary merits "of Copper-plate ïU^avin'g'iyrrh'the decided and very important advantages of being extctilcd in otte-third of the time, of givins: a far greater mimber of impressions, and at'considera- bly less expense« April 27,1830. RS. WOOD has the following WINES, ¡fe. on sale-^-they are all of the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 May 1830

f^ OVËRNMENT NOTICE. fNo 87)-Colonial IT Secretary's Office, April 28, »830. The Lieutenant Governor hi« been pleased to sp proie of the following alterations in tlio Police of the Tertirory :--" Mr. lohn TbomWri, to'he Constable, vice Wil- liam Hardi«tv. 320, Countess. Hmcotirt, allowed to resign on obtaining a Ticket'of Leave. Robert Cowbum, 318,(Free Pardon,"» to the Field Police. P Thomis Brice, 119, York, to act as Constable at Claremont, Clarence Plains, Police Dístri¿tc>of Kangaroo Point. Thomas Chamberlayne," 1011, Bussorah Mer < bant, to be dismissed as Cor stable for drunken- ness. Thomas Evins, "nrrev 2, to be dismissed fiom the Field Police for being drnnk Aid disnrderlv. James Tomey, 28S, Chapman 1, tbkpe «risniissed ^rom the Field Police, for conveying wioe1ií>,pr¡ soners confined in the Gaol at Latour township. '*"' By His Excellmcy's Command, J. BORNFTT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE [No. 28.]   Colonial Secretary's Office, April 28. 1830. &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 May 1830

A Gentleman is devrons of meeting "w>th a vacancy as CLERK, in a mrrcantile offire pr Stores <JEverv satisfict°rv îefeieiicc can be given. Apply at the Cotmei office. 5 rnucvrioN. rr^HE Adveitt«er, whoi* willing fo cngigc with JL am respectable finnis as Private TUTOR, it capable of instructing the pim r branches of a family »n the rudiment il principles-of education, M7 English Grammar, Writing, Arithmetic, do- mestic ami commcicial, Geography with the use of, the JGJk»bcs 7Uetrsuiat,inii, and the. fii it cle- ments of*tlitvLatin tongue. Vocal Music, ^t. ' Apply at the office or fills paper. J JOHNSON, BEC* in inform lix public, lliil the vean 1>P sup- plied «nil i' c "ndurmentiorrd artiolcs uf (e> ldinnl inanuf ciurt> S< l»' s uri KID leather Calf skim Sheep ¡.lciiiKfor bindfis . l Do. for collar makers Kai'p.imo skins, white nnd black Chaise rugs «lute and red Tullin il tu Mi Parolimtnt very superior 1 Vellum > In nt'ier trow*»rs well mide 72s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 May 1830

ÁS'KO UNDÉCIMO, Genrgii iv Regis. , No.ß. An Act io Regnfate ihe Constitution of Jurus> W'IIfiKFAS by an Art of Parliamrnt pnsiefl ? in tliR'nintlt year of the reign of His.M*>jes tv.intiinled '. An Act to provide for the administra lion of Justice in Ne«» South Wales and Van Die men's h.nd, and for the more èffetotuat government thereof, and 9>r other purposes relating tluerettf.iitts. provided,! thst if either of the pSrticà plsintiflj an«*,., deffndaiiti in an?.action et law brought.in- .the\ StiV preme Court of Van Diemen'« land, snail Be desirous oflMvîrg any issue or issues joined on .any ..mat- ter of fatit tried by a jury; and snail apply.fpr'l that purpose to l!ij»j88id ootirt, then it shall be^awfijl for ?the said court.!«« award or to refuse a trial by jury,as the justice of-each particular case «nay Stjérri to such . .«jo/int- In. require*; the qualifieationsf niirrsl»iç apd tumiriionsesuf which juries, Bad all ottTer* .ruh>S*ft>r, their constitution and p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 May 1830

Bl KCHANICS' INS I 1TUTI0N TR. Hackett will deliver a Leetnri^on hy . Ldi unites and hjilrostatu-sat the Couit-hoitse on Blonday the lHli instant at 7 o'clock' in the evening precisely. " t J. WOOD, Secreta»y CAUTION. ALL persons are hereby cautionrd from cut cutting timber or grazing cattle, sheep, or otherwise trespassing on my giants of lain!, s.tn ate near Soiell spiincs adjoining Mount ¡Vtnriay, bonntbd'by D. Loid's, W. Kellows, Bl. Habí's, and 1 boinas Presncll's. Any pcison found ties passing alter this notice, ««ni be proseented with the inmost rigour of tit«' law. A1'1 Y WILLIAM I»RESNfi.LL. Sorell spring«, 4th M JJ, Jb.'o SALE OF:F%NÍTüRiÉT TFí K S i le o f ^ForîTiTeT' V"wÏÏÎôTr*îva s To hice I e ïT he'd at Mr Cullionii'i on 1 huiiday last is un- avoidably postponed, luipi Tuesday next, the 1 lill in-t. o»»iii|{ to.llie uiif.tt oiiralilo »trttu of the ««eather. MHS. SO LUT f, - "OST respectfully ii-ttirns her grateful thank» lo her i|'(e lid« and tile publio, and b> g« ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 May 1830

The Courier. ----------------- SATURDAY. MAY 8, l83O. . Arrived on the 4th, the brig Lion, John M'Leod commander, from the Isle of France 21st ultimo, with 3361 bags sugar, 252 do. rice, and 3 packages hardware, &c. con- signed 'to Messrs. John Kerr, Wm M. Orr. J. Gardiner, &e. Arrived on Thursday the 6th instant, the   brig Norval, Captain Harrison, from Liverpool   15th December, having touched at Per     nambuco and the Cape of Good Hope, with   a general cargo of goods and 40 passengers,   particulars in our next. This vessel brings   out Mr. Walker's steam engine, intended for   the mill already erected for it at the Wharf.         Passengers by the Norval, - Miss Blair, Miss McDougal, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Cunning- ham, Mr. Yates, Mr. and Mrs.   Maher and 6 children, Mr. and Mrs. Mara and 7 children, Mr. and Mrs. Bourke and 2 children, Messrs. Hickey, Lawless, Ash...

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GEOLOQY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

GEOLOQY. The fnllowíng'instrticiiting tor oolkclinp geolngt« cal »picntim«, by Dr. bilton, »ill In found nccept «ble tu such of our readers a» uk< nn mt,rest in elu- cidating the resources of tins hitherto unannlystd but inn nstilly ixlaiid - " It go otttn ImppeiiH tlmt specinuns «sent fiom distant pinn s, h\ p mons utipTaMis ii in pology, fail tri give the insirttction which is intendtd from tlie svnnt of ni ti ntion to H ftw necessary priiautinns, that tlie* (nita »ui|* directions rimy perlmpj be useful in « une nf those into whose hdtids these pigis ans Itkel) lo tall It will Ire sutliricnt to pre mise tint tun of the principal ohjicts'i f ge iltigtcal inquiry nre 11 <l ttrmini,---lil. the minn of Hie maunrt B of winch tlie earl li JS composed a id 2ndlv, the relative order jn svlnlli these materials are disposed with reflect to <«cli (Oilier. 1. Specnm IIB of rocks ought not in gi ncnil, io be taken fruin -loose pares, but from matsis in their ni...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

'~ lO~\NOOÏT<jROWEilS. "~ "* """ WANTEr>r'ó pureba«* four tom of gond clean washed WOOL Apply to J. C. Under wood. Roval Exchange. \ April 30, 1830, , T. lLfiiANNI*GTOr., 7 BKGS"lrave,toJnform th se genth-men who a're in want of «French Bnrr Mill «tours, that he lias bree pairs to.diipose, of to arrive in the Wave, r-b rtiy rxpecttd, and coming direct from the ma- nufacturers. 'I he qnality may be relied on, and the puces will be much lower than formerly. CAUTION. ALL persons are hereby cautioned from cut cutting timber or grazing cattle, sheep, or otherwise trespassing on my grants of land, situ- ate near Sorell springs adjoining Mount Murray, bounded by D. Lord's, W . Kellow's, M. Haby's, and Thomas Presnell's. Any person found tres passing after this notice, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law.       WILLIAM PRESNELL. Sorell springs, 4th May, 1830.   IMPOUNDED. AT the Public Pound Tea Tree Brush Di...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

Í~10VrRNMFNr NOTICE, (No. 105) Colonial JT Secretary's Office, May «f», 1880. t i tific-ates of freedom bave been granted to the un- di i mentioned pemons, James Bowles, 313, Guildfoid,   George Newman, alias James Kieff, alias Jas. McOwen, 103, Albion. John Mackey, 455, Sir Godfrey Webster, By His Excellency a Command, J. BURNETT. < GOVERNMENT NOTICE (No. 106) Co- lonial Secretary's Office, May 26 1830 The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap- prove of the following appointments in the Police of the Territory.     Mr. Charles Freestone, to be chief district Con- stable at George town, appointment taking effect       from the 4th instant.     To be constables, appointments taking effect from the 1st instant, viz:-         W Clarke, 1'^',, Mary.         &...

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VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. At the Meeting of the Van Diemen's land Society, on the 22nd instant, to receive Capt. Friend's communications - to transact the ordinary business and to elect new members ; DR. SCOTT in the Chair, Capt. Friend, when called upon from the chair, addressed the institution nearly to the following effect:-Gentlemen, the societies   which I have the honour to represent upon the present occasionhave for a long period   regarded your island with deep interest. The great accessions which science might re- teive from a patient and well sustained in- vestigation of its natural productions, have       not escaped their notice. Your country is still a land of mystery, supposed to abound with anomalies, which if yerified and ably described, would tend much to illustrate many of the most abstruse and important questions in the history of organic life. The transition forms - the animals intermediate betwixt ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. MAY 29, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

Clje Courier. SATURDAY. MAY 29, 1830. Arrived on Sunday the 23d inst, the , schooner Harlequin, Allan Monteith, nias- j lçr, from Sydnev 29U1 April, having been twice put back by contrary winds, with 4 bales slops for C. M'Lachlan, 21 kegs but- ter W. Wilson, 4 cases cheese G. Rand, 4 do and 5 boxes oranges and lemons, 7 cases tea, 1 lilul sugar B. Guy, 10 p1» cedar J. Chapman, 1 box oil of peppermint J. Hack- ett, 3 casks, 2 cases hosiery, weights and scales J. Boyes, 50 pipes wine, 184 deals Dawes and Hewitt, 500 cocoa nuts A. Mon- teith, 40 boxes soap Crombie, M'Laren, & Co. 15 do 10 bags sugar,' 10 boxes preserves, IO bags ginger R, Lewis, 2^ horses T. H. While, 3 boxes apparel, &c. W. Lawrence, 30 rati3kets, 7 tasks powder G. M'Farlane, 47 coils roj,>e, 2 cases lines A. Monteith, 1 case books M. De Gillern. Passengers Messrs. T. H. White, James Radcliffe, Jas. Davies, Thoa. Aird, G. M'Farlane, Blair, Jack, Brilly and F. Malony. On Friday last the schooner Pri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 May 1830

The melancholy death of John Williams, emp loyed as Headsman in the Whaling Establish-   ment of Messrs Mowle and Co. At Recherche bay, induces this appeal to public benevolence, having   left a wife and four helpless children totally unpro vided for,, the smallest donation will be gratefully re reived by the undersigned, who have undertaken to receive subscriptions,and to see that the funds sub   sribed is appropriated for the ultimate, as well as the present benefit of the widow and helpless family       G. Meredith Esq. Capt. J. Kelly. Mr. J .A. Brown, Mr. Thos Lucas, Mr. G. Wise, Mr, W. Mawle, Mr. B. Walford, Mr. W.Maycock, Capt. J   Smith   APer«nn to tindcrtake^lhe dntlrs of Parish Cleric in «lie town of L«iinrp«)nn. Hem mt he a mai ned mail and ii1 acquainted willi sacred tim sic would g » »tie preference Salat v SOI per annum. Annltcathin tn be made to the Rev Dr Browne, C...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

%\)z Courter. ". T - j SATURDAY. JUNE 5. IS30. t Arrived on Wednesday the 2d inst. the ship Piont, C.ipt. Janies Sheriff, from Sincapore and Java, I Olli A pi il, willi a car- go consisting of rice, coffee, sugar anti se gars. No passcngns. > Same day the schooner Active, Capt. Wright, from London 8th Dec. Cape 1st April 1S30, with a gênerai cargo chiefly for tlie Van Diemcn's land company. Passen- gers, Mrs. Wright and 2 children, and Mrs. Lee. Sailed on Tuesday 1 he 1st inst. the bark Deveron, Capt. J. Lo\itt, for the spei ni whale fishery. On the 2ii insl. the schooner Harlequin, Capt. Allan Monteith, tor New Zealand, with 7 casks powder, 30 mu&kets, 12 casks bait, 28 empty casks, 1 case muskets, 1 do tobacco pipes. Passenger, "Mr. Geo. Mac- farlane, the charterer. The Resolution nilli goods and Hie Go- vernor Philip with troops, both arrived at Launceston from Sydney. TheClansmaii was to sail on Tuesday, as also the. Lucy Davidson, with full cargoes for England. Wc ar...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

.VAN DIEMENS -LAND. SOCIETY. . ,At the meelÎKgof the Van Diemen'« land Society, held on Monday last} to-elect new' »members, to appoint a president and to tran- sact the ordinary business, Mx J. t. Itoberts, Mr. R. Neill, Mr. Giblin, Mr. Masolrard Mr. Beamont were elected members. - It was resolved upon Mr. Crombie's motion That the, Society should meet' oh Mphday Hie 21 st instant, for the purpose of èlêoting-, a president and vice president* in-the« room of Dr. Henderson, and Captain Swanston, «ho have left the colony ; and that in order to alfojd members îesident'n the country an opportunity of voting-on that occasion, Uieir .yotes in writing shall be received. , Mr. Stephen was elected a Member offne General Oomirjittep of Management. iVTr. rdw.vd Bedford read a paper upon the ar . lerial cisrulalion of a subject which he had lately dissected. It appeared upon exami- nation that the, anastomosing vessels given oifby the rieht snhclavi.in and the lower portion of the aorta (which...

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