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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 June 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. COLoNIAL SECRETARY'S OFfiCe, JUNE 21st 1827. CEDAR WANTED. W ANTED, fuor the service of the Engineer Depart V mwent, about Twenty Thousand Feet of Cedar, in Boards. 'Person%, willing to Supply the same are requested to send in Proposals, in Writing, to this Oilice,.endorsed "l'ender of Cedar," on Thursday, the 5th Day of July next, before 1'2 o'Clock. , Further Particulars may be had, by Application at the Office of the Civil Engineer. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANI)ER M'LE'AY. GOVERNMENTN NOTICE. COLONIAL SEUI ETAKY's O()FFIC 19th Juue 1827. SYDNEY M1 .RKET DUES. T HE DUES of the MARKET in Sydney, for one Ye:r, commencing on the 1st Day of July next, will be LET by PUBLIC A (JCTION, in the Market-place, on Tuesday, the 126th Inst:?int, a, 12 o'Clock. The Lessee must give satisfactory Security for the regular Payment of the Rent, in equal quarterly In stalinen t s. By Command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. PUhLiC NOTICE. T HE Under:nentione...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Hunter's River, June 15, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

Hunter's River, June 15, I827. Tb TIE EDITOR OF THIE MONITOR, SIR, HAVING read several of your remarks relating to assignetd Prisoners of the Crown, with some degree of attention, I am induced to addremss you, for the purpose of ascertaining,... thro' your medium, the absolute duty the master has to per-. form in f'urnihlriung them wikh rations, bedding, ahd clothing, and you would oblige us Settlers with such inft'ormation gene. rally, and by repetition of the same in your Paper once in. each succeeding three months, for our general guidance. The object which I have in view to accompl.sh, is to prevent the continual appeals which are made to the magistrates on this subject, not less unpleasant to those gentlemen, than it is to the parties more immediately connected in requesting the interrference of the Bench. I have never yet had so unplea. . sunt a duty to engage my attention, feeling more desirous of screening an unfortunate man, by looking over those acts of irregularity which ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

*SYDNEY MARKF"1'S. Tbtirscjt~ys Market was I ribk arndwell.attended. Wheat wa . nrot plentifuI; IUut ftolLnd i quicrk dis.pns.l ut Iast week's prices. 'T'he arrivail of t. very eaLsIIvIxe itt' pOrlaltiU l trOth Vant Die.. titliºu's Laud is Itn.kcdL for EIioiLk', 111d1 ut:itkces a stir almong'tho IIolders., Maize was uabunuat, selling ut fatir prices. som*: tine leusts fetched 81. her hecad. Milk c(ttic uvLF& Qd 31. 10.: to 41. with their cuhes. A great ninlly pigs were sold, varying" t froma 8*. to 25s. Air. L. uliutnon is the remi.tce of tihe Alarket for the eUs. niug %.dr at it runtut. of 9901. Sterlng. T'lie 1\ia'ket.house *1 will he !;eeunsed. Average price of Wheat. fromn 4s. to 5.v. per BIushe1.-MaiA:· * 4:. .(hi. to 5s.-Burlev 6s (id. ta.7s.-l)ats 4:.-13tter 2*.. to 2s. 9d. per ln.-Chcese Is. to I:.. 6d;-EIH;gd s Is. 9d. tQ 2e.. 6d. per' io z.-Fow' lss. to 3s. 64!. per coupIe.-Dluchks 3s'? Gdl. to 4s. 6d.-thwuse "+i. to 101:. 6d---Turkies 10,.. to 14.-GreCen PCIs 2s. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

I. consequence. of. or PulabIfng: tw?eri?c -week, ourr, term: of Advertising in fiture 'wii?be thk ame e as tAose of the AUST?tALIAN. By this arrangement, our friends will have their .Advertisements irierted five times for. the price of, thi'ee insertions. An .ddeertisement eight lines in length wiill'be insertedin flee successive n'am Sers for 10. 6,1 'We begto remind our Subscribers jf the terms on w'lich we issue our Journal; name!y, that no resignations can be ac cepted till the end of the Quarter. And that oir. Quarter Days are 31st of March; 30th of June; 30th of Septem her ; and3lst of December. To CORRESPONDENTS,- Mr. Francis atllie, Auctioneer, of Newcastle, having consented to act as .4gent to collect money due to the Monitor Ofice, for Newspapers and Advertise ments, our Subscribers are reqaested to pay into his hands. the amount f their :bills when presented, by.lim, and Mr. Battie trill gice them in return, printed receipts, signed with: Air. Hlall's name. )n consequenc...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR' THE ENSUING WEEK. T ~ ·j High Water, 59 m:n. past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. SUN rises 7 minutes after 7. High Water, 5 min. pasL 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. - '' Sun sets 52 min. past 4. Trans. of St. Martin. High Water, 15 min. past5 Morn.-43 min. past.5 Ev. Day increased 6 minuted. " HiIh Water 12 min. past 6 Morr.-46 min. past.6 Ev. Day 9 hours 48 uixi.l oug. ' High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 nin. past 7 Ev. Equation.oFt 'Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, S4 min.. 15 sec: fter 12 mean time. 4th. Snuday a ter Trinity. t. igh Water 10 min, past 8 Morn.--36 min. past 8 Nt. H, Iigh Water, 56 min. pa: t 8 Morn.--t1 min. past 9 N t. Full Moor, 35 wuin. past 8 Morning. GARDEN.--Plant all sorts of Vegetables for Seed. Plant Pears, 'Plums, PiumlpkinIs, Calabash and Vegetable Marrow. Dig the V neyard Plant l'otatoes in well manured land. Transplant' and graft Fruit Trees. 'Sow Celery, Cauliflowers and Cabbage. ,Transplant Foreign and Native Forest Trees.. Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE 30th June 1827. I' Consequence of the continued Indisposition 'of the ConMIssIONER (1f the COUNT of REQUIESTS; Notice is hereby given, that there will be no Sittings of those Courts until furthler Ordeis. ALEXANDER Mi'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. JUNE 30th, 1827. P ATRICK MI'CUE, the highest Bidder for the FERRY DUES of Enul Ford, from the 1st of July, 1827. to the 30th of June, 1828, at the Sale of the same, on the 21st'Instant, having given the re quisite Security, the Lease of the said Dues will not be re-sold, as advertised on the ~8th Instafft. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. PUBLIC NOTICE: T HE' Undermentioned Persons have obtained Tickets of Leave during the last week, viz. FOR SYDNEY. Armstrong, James John Barry (2) Best, Thoma . Ocean (1) Brown, George Minerva (4) B.radburn, Richard Guielford (4). Brisbane, Richard . Neptune (2) Bolton, George Surry (4) Buckley, Winm. Tottenham Croker, Charles, Surley (4) D)ick,,Samu...

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Childe Har[?]'s P[?]image, (Continued.) XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

(Continued.) Xxxv. Od =TiTilly Spaji n! renown'rdomnmic lahniI Whefi is t mittr wlic''Pe1agit lfbte . t' Wi''iCav~'straiitor sire first caill'd the 1,aiffd That dy'd thy mountain steams with Gothic gore? Wltere are those bloody banners which of yore - 1avd o'er thy sons, victorious to the gable,. And drove at last the spoilers to their, shore ? Red gleam'd the cross, and wan'd the crescent pale, While Afric's echoes thrill'd with Moorish matron's wail. XXXVl. ees nt'iifndt c'ci?i-y with the glb riou§ilkile ?' ' A -! 'shh,-'alas ! the hero's amplest ife'! - When granite moulders, and when records fail, A peasant's pltiut prolongs his dubious date. P'ride I berd thine eye from he aveno'tbine bstatey See howr the Mighty shrink into a song! S Can Volume; Pillar,.Pile, preserve thee great? Or must thou trust Tradition's simple tongue, : • ;*l?zI flattery sleeps with thee, and History does thee S.wrong.? ,?XXVII. S wako, ye eons of Spain! awake ! advance-! Iat Chivalry, your ancient godde...

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Sydney, June 24, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

Sy. "itdneu, June 24, 1827. S•n, . , To TH ' EmiTOA o-t .Ta MONITOR.S' ,.j .?'' Sin,. Tim letter of Mr. Tgml n, Jun. in the last arstnt lian,, attacking' you, does not, of itself;: merit ; an sauswert, but for the sakeof himn, who may think it very fn!e .apd ier clever, perhaps it is as. well to say, it is ineithe'rfine nor, clever. M r. 's juvenile . poetry, was creditable; it deserve?. , enc?iuragement he h2ing an. Au.tralian, and it was amply com meduled ;-but, let him beware of being pugnacious mn prose, if he values peace of minid and exemption from iralcibility. He speaks.as ini the name of( the Australian youth, that, your have injured their ciause by stating thenr to be disuffect eu to the Briish (la overninelkt, and hie poves. this to', lO untlruo , lv an epse dijtt denial. " lie says, they revere the British i Constitution, " where it reigns iir its.. patrttyl that. is, no. where-alnd then, Sir, he fears this revered Constituti?, if it?. catch but the vhirrper of disaffuti...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

ARRIVALS.-On Friday the Schooner Sumuel; .from New Zealand June 17th.-On Sundlay the Den. markc Hill, Capt. Foreman from London, February 6th,. touched. at Rio, from whence she brought 120 rolls of 'Iobacco.-Passengers. Mrs. Foreman, Mrs. M. Brown,. Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. Pawsev and four Children, Mr. James and Mrs. Cobb, Miss M. A. Paget, Messrs. R. Harvey and J. Soames, mid W. Cooper, James Puney, A. 'Kent and J. Robertson, with a valuable cargo of general Merchand;ze, the particulars of which we re gret we hate not yet beeni able to obtain. DEPARTURES.-O- n Friday the Gorernor, Macquaris for Port Dalrymlple-On Sunday the Alligator, for Port Macquarie. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The Tiger, foi Vailpraiso and Brig Governor Phillips, for Norfolk Island on the 5th Instant. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.-Ships Denmark Hill,. Couriles of IHarcourt, and. Alfred-Basques lRolla, Lucy.. Anne, and latth..--HaRws. Guide, 14?llington, Wood lu ik, PEtrseverance, IFnne, Menerra, and Anne.--Scnoo NER?I. USamuel, ELz...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. Lying in State of His Royal Highness the Duke of York. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

ENGLZSH M1VSCELLANVIES. i,~ihgitn State of His Royal' Highness the Duke of York. T'1iDWkY.---Notwithstdnding the mainy obstacles which impieded the safe approaich of visit6rs 'to:witness this im poitg 'spectdCle yesterday, and the iany.serious acci defts' 'which happened during the day, no sooner had. i6othing dawned, than crowvds of respectably and fashion ably attired persons were seen' making their 'way to St. James's Palace. in these crowds were mingled persons of. every grade in society, andof every age in life, and' of both 'sexes. INr addition to the arrangements which were in force' yestertday, it was deemed necessary to erect two other barriers. These' barriers which were of a much stronger col truection than any of those previously erected, stre~ched across Cleveland-row, the first extending from the Grand Archway of St. James's Palace. and the other between that anrd the . entrance by which the public are Sadmitted to the Palace. The militaryralso, were consi derablry aug...

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Disputes between the United States and Great Britain. as to our Colonial Trade and Navigation Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

. .Diputes betweetn the United States aid, Great Rritain. as to our Colonial. Trade and Navigation Laws.. A CORMESPONDENCE has just bcen published between Mr. Canning. and Mr. Gallatin, the American Envoy, upon a subject alluded to in the Speech of the American President. In our paper of last week we gave an ex tract-fromn this-dull and long speech, confin'ng ourselves tlatit e mutters v hich, rela4ed to,Eligland.. • tiappears from the President'Cs laborious oration, that_ the.United States are nmuch annoyed, and irritated by the .retaliaitory regulations which we hare lhtely cstab jlibed as to the intercourse between foreign America ani " Lur Colonies. 'By -an Act of Parliament passed last Session grounded upon some restrictions directed' against our trade, originating with America, we have almost in terzms, certainly in effect, shut out American ships from ciur WVest Indian islands. This measure is a retaliation upion the United States for refusing to adopt our free trate projects...

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Appointment of the Duke of Wellington to the Office of Commander-in-Chief. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

;Appoimtmzenit of 4ile .uke of TWelligio t` (o (fie .i cdofie ,Conmunder.rt--Chief. Ih' is rnderstood tibt the Appointment of 'tlie uke:' odf "WVeilihgton to succeed the late Duke odf VToitk has': lien ati length 'decided'upon by tOis Majesty's Miniters' i and the offcild announcement will "prbtbably :nippeacýid the next 'Gazette. TmUs appointment basgiven occasian to inriy 6byser. vatlons, 'some of whidh it 'i~'our pnrpose,tol toucti 4tien on the present occasion." We' shallW:'tate' .thebq utoian shiotfl'?y :ii the atisiisdr: as 'they'sb?les t tbmerelveohesi on a free tad'cakddid eaiiihation of 'every pohit. ." S"irsT, it is said that the office of 'Commander in 'Chief ought to have been bestowe'd'on a Member df the Royal Family; and that the Duke of Catmbridge was the proper person to fill this great military f inctlot ti Seon'dly, it is olijected, that the Duke of Wellington'. being a Cabinet Minister, canndt constitutionally :hold this 'high executive post.; and thirdly, that th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

(Dr. WARPELL'S speech in the Supreme Court the last week on the subject of ex-officio informations (as con nected with the attempted prosecutions for seditious libels against The Doctor and ourselves, and about whichl Mr. Nurton, acknowledged in Court .to have received directions FROML. THE GovERNOR IIMSELF, appears to us so important, as to justify us in repeating it in our" columns.) " SUPREME CouRT.--;(Tuesday.) Rex v. Wardell. The Court. was occupied some hours this day, with argu ments on a motion made to the Court on a preceding day by this defendant. The motion was not of a very specie; fic nature, but it had arisen out of some proceedings instituted by the Acting Attorney General, in cases of illegal libel. The Acting Attorney General, it appeared from the defendant's statement, had filed three Infor mations, and had issued' to the defendant such subpcnmes upon them as were used by the King's Coroner, and further, had taken these subpnenms out of the Supreme Court without a ...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

". THE MOITOR. .ITUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3,.1827. SW'e have procured a copy of that precious pjroduction on the' subject of Distillation of Mr. Bigge and the Fac tion, which was palmed on Governor Macquarie, and by him made into law. Our readers will see, thaLit inii tates the set phrases, aud .strict regulations of the only country in the world which taxes the necessaries. qf life to any amohnt; and which by its iaws respectig g.ranin, raises the price of bread, and of course of beer and spirits a third more or double the price at which they would otherwisq be sold by the farmer, and upon the 'tojs of all which it adds an enormous tai bn Distillation and Brew. ingt to ipake the system conplete. 'T .. .?o IEngland 'deplores its old policy, and every Session of Parliament she.is throw .ng off the trammels of.trade, and, as much as she.caz, possibly afford, the war burthens on internal.enterprise andi indlustry. . it makes us sadtherefore to read over the sorto of mock solemnity observa...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THES MONITOR, SI R, I was walkng down George Street last Tuesday week whbei Moore the keeper of the market, came out, anim asked me if I would pay a certain bill' for markedtduts 'which' he held in his hand. I said I would not. He observed with brutal'' language he had presented mne the-same bill a long time be fore. Being irritated by his vuilgar manhers, I gave him the lie. He immerliately put himself into fighting atiitJde, and came near to' strike ne', so that I was compelled to retreat calling me at the same time a son of a b-h, a't-rr?c. &e. I went to the` Police'Office, where I deposed to the assault, for such it appeared to me to be. When I had finished my deposition, 1l oore cam.e in, A witness deposed to my giving SMoore the lie, but corroborated my statement. Mr. Justice. Bunn on hearing this witness addressed himself to me, and said ; that if I had given the lie to him, he would, have, struck me himself , for that although .Moore was only a Ticke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

_TTnI;d4~%J (roni. th~~i~n, aind iwon ai'le alt T. PER. ;e ILr?~ks"Georg&'eStieet, "at' 91: S?ýt . perT'n, for ready Mo-6ney; '' " .,JAlso-a few 'ihne'Red otutoes for Sede? ... OBETTE'SILET'DERS: ON :THE FRIRM?TJION. `Pt i Book was lent, by Mr, Halle to. a: friend. 'Thate friepndf -I --firom. not. being able to put his hand;upon, it, imaginesi ,,pe intimate acquaintance has borrowed it of him. This 'ieffore is to rcquest the Gentleman who 'may1hays thisSBodk h'an liipossession; will htlve' the goodness` to return it' to M riH. ,'.,i?PIIRENTICE ..WANTED;.-~,anted an Apprentice for thel _, . Mpnitor Office who can, read Matuscript with.ease;.to wlom; ie.ra|o oencouragement fwill 1Ie giveh. None need apply whbsei tW-Y nts'do not reside in Sydney. Apply-at the'Office. UTS laded' from the Mary oji e aiid Elizabeth, uidi on Sale at the " Australian Iron Warehouse," George! '•tre, "Sydney,; opposite 'the Market ' Place ; Iron:of every: 'de?iption andi 'size; superior blister'd stee...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. We cxtract the following local incidents frolm the Hobart Town Journals.-A ship capable of carrying 350 tons, has been safely brought up to Launceston.--A Launceston Correspondent in The Colonial Timus, says, '' We are so overloaded with wheat here, that J. I. Reihy's Store broke down yesterday! Heavy rain eowing, dama?ged a great deal of it."-A report was in circulation, tha. the fieutenianf-Governor was going to instpect Geor~g Town, in order to'ascertain its fitness for the establish ment of' HIead Quarters on that side the Island, so that poor Launceston will be again "laid on the shelf." The Medway, 435 tons, we see, was advertised in the Jerusalem Coffee-hiuse's list, to sail as on the 9th of February. The Lang, 357 tons, and The Lion, 275 tons, on the 10th. The Ort i., 385 tons, on th;e 15th, and The Alacrity, 268 tons, on the 16th-all to touch at Hlobart Town. WjV have seldom seen so fine and Soldier-like a de tachinent of men, as the Grenadiers of the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 July 1827

DEATHS. AT her Residence at Glenlee, Mrs. Howe, Wife of William. Howe, Esq, J. P. a lady univcrsally respected and deeply regretted by the numerous circle of her Friends. At Liverpool, Mr. John Drummond, formerly Harbour Mas.— ter at Norfolk Island. Also at Liverpool, Mrs. Gowen, Wife of Mr. John Gowen late Storekeeper of that place.        

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 July 1827

.ofýo ý ,ou.:P-' lhi, tif4Jcei -ýbee , ' olr 'ter~mi'ot' xAdvertei.g iw/ future , tll ;be the same as those of the AusTwarexA. 1B this arrangement, our /rie pds tils have 'their: Advertisernontsinwtted-five -times fora the pride of three insertiss. An Advertisement eight lines in length will be inseted in five successive numbers for 10.. 6d. IWe beg to remind our -Subsribe,'* of thed l erms on wohich we. issue our Journal j namely, that no resignations can be ac ' eted till the end of the Quarter. .And that our Quarter Daa oare 31st of March; 30th of June; 30th of Septem ber; and 31st of December. To CORRESPONDENTS,-Mr. Francis. Battie, Auctioneer, of Newcastle, having consented to' act as Agent to collect money due to the. Monitor Of ice, for Newspapers and Advertise ments, our Subscribers. are regaqated to pary into hia, hands she amount of their bills when. presented by him, and Mr. Battie will give-them in return,printed receipts, signed with "ltgr Hall's name. We thank JUSTIN f...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 July 1827

DIARY. NEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. MI High Water, 59 min. past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. E' I SUN rises 7 minutes after 7. High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4. Aft. Sun sets 52 min. past 4. Trans. of St. Martin. 7J High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Ev. Day increased 6 minutes. + High Water 12 min, past 6 More.-46 min. past,6 Ev. Day 9 hours 48 mindl ong. . I High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. Equation of Time.-Sun on the ,meridian of Sydney, " .4ianin. 15 sec. after 12 mean time. °I 4th. Sunday atter Trinity. . j High Water 10 mn. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Nt. . High Water, 56 min. past 8 M;.rn.-1d min. past 9 N': 2 I Full.Moon, 35 min. past 8 Morning. GARDEN.-Plant all sorts of Vegetables for Seed. Plant.Pears, Plums,. Pumpkins, Calabash and Vegetable Marrow. Dig the Vineyard. Plant Potatoes in well manured Jand. Transplant and graft Fruit Trees. 'Sow Celery', Cauliflowers and Cabbage. Transplant Foreign and Native Forest Trces. Pr...

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