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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. Bt HU Excellency COLONEL GEORGE A RTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island 0/ Van Diemen's Land und ¡it de ?ptndencie», $c. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS it has been dccmed.çxpcdient, -that the several quantities of fand herein- after mentioned, being portions of the clergy and «school estate, shall be sold, for the purpose of de- fraying expenses connected with those establish- ments: And wheieas the «aid portions of land have been surveyed by His Majesty's Commission crs of Survev and valuation for this island, and been by them valued at the rcprctive rates or sums per acre next specified,-that is to say ROSS RESERVE. Lot t.-G.000 Arres, 5». per acre, bounded on the south west by the river Macquarie, and bv the back of a grant of 1,000 acies to'I horans »cott; on the south east by that grant, -md by a line in continuation of its south cantrill bouud.n ; on the north wert hy a portion of Glen Moriston mulct and by a line parallel to the south fart bounda...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

THIS DAY 'S PUBLISHED, At the Cmrhr Oj)ice¡ Hobart town, arid al thej¿ lores of Mr. Scotty Cumtrun street^ Launceston,-, Prie»? 3s. oil . SELECT portions of the PSALMS OF DÀVID, to wlíich are added Hymns t'»r the celebra- tion of Church Holydaysmid Festivals. This lillie publication is intended for »he use of the Congi egratioii of .St. David's Church; Hobart town, where it is understood it will he adopted on the Sunday ensuing the week of publication'. . st. nÄviösciiüftoiT. / ? TH E prup'osi-d aiïeratîùiisfiir líiisChuróbJr/i'viñr¿ re- ' ofiied Hie sanction of Hil Kxtelli-nry iii»' Lieute» imiiiGiiv»?rnM"tenled tcndw> for pi rtoiniinirtht* sivrr«! works required,wilt be-. rtVcivedl until .Monday .,,li-.| loth August, ndHrcssrd lo the Chaplain««* Church- j wa'id.iiri, tim sam* ti» be dilivetcd at the l'¡ú>ouiige Hbuie, Liverpool street. : Thé'pla'ns and ttp'-cfioa liom may be seen on application st tlié'nflicè of the, Civil Engineer. JOSEPH HONK., ALFRED STEPHEN, &nbs...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

SWAN RIVER. Extract of a letter dated Perth, Western Australia, June 8, 1830: - "We hve had a most unwelcome visitor here in the shape of Opthalmia, and it is only now taking its departure after having     attacked the majority of our members, and considerably retarded that progress which   under existing circumstances it is so desira- ble early colonists should endeavour to at- tain. We are getting on better than could have been expected, in defiance of calumny, inte-   rested reports, and the false representations     of the disaffected. And considering the great benefit which our newly formed colony     must prove to Van Diemen's land and New South Wales for the next 7 or 8 years at least, it is quite surprising that it should be   so fashionable to endeavour cut it down, as we shall assuredly afford you an addiition- al market for your produce. I assure you, that ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

FOR BATAVIA. ^!)«çr|niIK fine first class ship Sir.Charles ,s?ifeij&i JL ; Forbes, James I esli<>, Commander, will sail for the ahoyeport on the-17 h inst. ? For fivigl tor.passage i pnlv.to. . '-.;/.;..;;? .;,. w. wilsont. . FLCGAN'T!SHOWÓF-C/IiN;A¿ GLASS, ..""-??' ' ,;'' '" AÎNÎO''r'LATET- '?"'?'":; '""?? JT ß\ ÍVjiTCHUliN'S. nTtp of ¡liverpool-streite QUnKRIÎÎ.Yciit deçaiiters; : k3 Kver.'i pattern eut Champaigne, Claret, and wine filasses ' ' Siipi-rbcut tumblers and goblets --. ; Cut ct-'ery vases and pickle plates". - . ?; ' U'i. <:addy biisiuis-, .!. .? .-...* ,.?'?. Do, butter Ursáini^tamts . . Do. water jims , ;. ... - ' '?;..? Clunie muíbcauti'iil toilet bottles Kleaimt salt< of ev ry pattern -'-.- '" ?."""-'.' Hine li -ger glasses. '. ? Custiiidi-lips,jelly passes;....,' : > New fisliin'ii water email's,',"*"' V , Kbpriy brass mo-unted cruet nnd liqnnr frames Piated, with sol «1 handles'; borders 'ninffeet, liquor frames ^ "....

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

FABJULAMEtfir ¿fe TÎfi^ «SITED. KWGÔOM. House of toràs, Thursday #¿b. l8.-0»¡ 3 the motion of Viscount Melbourne for a va fTy -j and it was impossible for any feeling mind not lo revolt at the scenes lepresedted Id have taken plate under him. Büf the qtiés lion as regarded the policy of Britain did not turn on the personal character of the mo- narch, his object was the interest and reci- procal advantage of the two Countries. Though Miguel Lad usutped the throne, jet the people of Portugal were themselves the best judges of his right, and in the event of his recognition by Englaud, a getifetrtd amntes tv for the past would be in»i»ted on. For the motion, content» 21, non-contents 52, majority 31. House of Common*, same da}.-Sir. Peel introduced his plan tor improving the admi- nistration of ihe law. The system of vested inteiests iu offices is-to be removed by a ge neral compensation fund arising out of the fee» paid at present. The Welsh judicature is to be assimilated to that of E...

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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

THE VAN DIEMEN's LAND COMPANY: We are this week enabled to lay before our readers the following copy of all that is   interesting in the 5th Report, published on the16th of March last. From it our read-   ders will see what they have to expect from this company. After having obtained by selection, according to their own account, in different favourite spots, 250,000 acres of   rich and valuable land, besides a large por- tion of what they choose to call waste, the Directors talk of lessening their expenditure and make bones of calling for another paltry instalment of L1 out of their L100 shares. They chuckle, as they well may, at the idea, as Mr. Curr states, of overtaking the expen- diture, by selling cheese, butter, and pota- toes to the settlers - to settlers from whom they ought to be buying at the same time     shiploads of the self-same articles. Is this     fulfilling the expectations w...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 August 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1830. Arrived on Thursday the 12th inst, the ship Manlius, 470 tons, W. Johnson, com- mander, from the Downs 28th April, with 200 male prisoners. The guard consists of 2 serjeants and 27 rank and file under the command of Lieut. Ball of the 17th regiment. Surgeon and Superintendent Ebenezer John   ston, esq. R. N. Passengers Mrs. and Miss Ball, 4 women, wives of the military and 3 children. Same day the brig Elizabeth, Captain McDonnell, from Manilla, 17th May, laden with sugar and Indian goods. - Passengers, Thomas Dunt, esq, Mr. McDonald, family and servant.       Same day, the ship Nancy, H.Pryce, esq.   commander, from Sydney 1st. August with   a cargo of sugar, India goods, cordage,   hemp, molasses, coffee, &c. Passengers   Mr. Maclaren, (Crombie Maclaren & Co.) Mr. J. Roberts, Mr. Bankier, Mr. David Burns, and Mr. Thomas Cool...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 August 1830

VAN DIKMEWS LAND SOCIETY. r^T*H li society will meet nu Monday next, at 7 Jt n't I ck,'p. in. in the W'a'rrloo laver», (\\r. Pete* «Vs. Dave\-<tteet,) to e'ect n«w member«, and io transat t the nnliimrv i usincss. AD \M TU UN HULL, Si eretaiy. Aug. 1«, ll^O. ACONÇEKT of Vocal anti fnstiiunenui Mn mc, will t.ike place at Air. Deane's, Eliza bein sttct't. on, -aturdav> Vuiritst 21. Ticlteîs of admission <>s. each. THE Subsrribtr» to, and persons interested in, the formation ot a new rare course, aie requested ti» meet at the .Ship Inn, on Mon- day, the 30th. ¡nst. at 8 o'clock, to take into consideration certain propositions connected therewith. Holiurt-town, Aug. l8, 1830., Ï M POUND GD. at the Lower Settlement Pitt- water, (Jue 'irowu bull calf, not cut, no mark. i , If not taken nwoy within twenty-one «lays from this «late, he will be sold at the Pound to'defiay expenses. S\MTJELTHO'!NE. Poundkeeper. Ang IT, 1830. ( Supreme'Court Office, Aug. so, 1830. N...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 August 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE fNo. i&.) Co- lonial SeoreUry's Office, Aug. 19, 1830. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the   undermentioned persons : Abigail, the wife of William Gilligan 42, Brothers   Patrick Farrell, 23, Pilot Samuel Shone, ,6R7, Sir Charles Forbes By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNE IT. - ("1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 159-CoIonia T Secretary's Offioe, Aug. 11, 1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences : TICKETS OF LEAVE, James Fisher. 123, Maria. Samuel Davis, (renewed) 64, Hibernia. , By His Exoellenoy's Command, J. BURNETT. .OVERNMENT NOTICE. No.lnO.-Colonial T Secretary, s Office, Aug. 19. 1830. It is with much satisfaction, that the Lieute- nant Governor is at length enabled to announce, that a less hostile disposition towards the Euio pean inhabitants has been manifested b\ some of the aboiiginal natives of this island, with wlimii Captain Welsh and Mr. G. A Robinson have ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 August 1830

TOR SALE BY PRIVATP CONTnArT Fin Y a« res cf land situate at Baud-id. and hounded bv the Bagdad iivnkt and the farmsnf M Mali ti and Began. Apply at tile Courier office. T'> BE LET, ' Wîtli pe"«c*sion early in Ort"l»rr, TH \ I ver\ cli«i> 'e «md convent «My 'itnated Farm, called the 4<Ca*e Farm," containing 2(4 acres Afujlv peisoiully by letter, toll, hickolls, esq OntHon. * . Ab»n,-Tob »old, Three One-yearDtvon Bu Is Apply a» above« "^ ?) ? .T.-* ,.j. ? , ? ?< ?;- .1.1 ELEGANT SHOW or CHINA, GLASS, AND PLATE, AT 11> WAI O ORN'S. Top of 1 nerpool sttitt. SUPBRBf Yent ele«,uit«rs T ver pattern cut Champaigne, Claret, and wine classes ' ' < S ipirl» cut tumblers and goblets ^ m Tut ce 11 y vasi s and pu kle plates ? ¡ ,. ¡ ¡ Do. caddy basons , t Do butler tu>s and stands .u. Do watei jitj« ' * l Chante «ind biautiliil tonVt bottle« > i > <.' I le'ant salts of ev rs pattern 'to > Blue fi ger plaises * » i s t Custnul cups...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 August 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1830. -000 Arrived on Thursday evening the 19th instant the ship David Lyon, 475 tons, James Bury, Commander, from Sheerness 2d May, with 220 male prisoners, 3 having died on the passage. Surgeon and Superintendent Charles Cameron, Esq. R. N. The guard consists of 1 serjeant and 30 privates of the 17th Regt. under the command of Captain Macpherson, and Ensign Steel. Passengers Mrs. MacPherson, 5 women and 6 children.   Sailed on Sunday the Ifith tor Sydney, the brig Genii, Capt. William Wells, uri h tlte remainder of her import cargo. Pa-sea ger, Mrs. Wells. Sailed on Friday the 201b, for Lon- don direct, the ship Mary, Alexander Jamie non, commander, laden with colonial pro «luce, viz.'341 bales wool shipped hy ii. Hopkins;- 34 bales 99 casks whale oil, 14 bundles whalebone, and 17 lons mimosa bark, by Kemp and Co.; 1*2 bales wyo! Ci Graham.; 63 du Jubo Bisdee;. 116 do Chat. Mc Lachlan; 7 <.»' H. Jennings ; ¿7 do- J. JKcnky ...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 August 1830

PARLlAMESTuOP THE.UNITED KINGDON ! . -.. - -öoo Hpfäe of ¿Commons, Wednesday, Feb.' 24. -tyir Svkes.mocvedifora return of the quan- tity of timber imported into Great Britain, and after several other notices of motious the hou«ré adjourned at an early hour. Howie .of Lords, Thursday, Feb 25 - LordfBexley presented a petition prayitm for | the emancipation of the Jews Some con Tersation then took place on Welch judica ture, and the opinion which had been given by the law officers of the crown, that the late firing at Terceira was not a violation of the laws of nations. The Lord Chancellor, who had given it, sahl that such opinions were confidential and ougl't not to be pro- duced. EhtI Stanhope then submitted his motion for a committee of the home to consider the internal state of the country, and went into considerable detail* in order lo shjnv the ne- cessity of such a measure Lord Godet ich proceeded to assign certain causes for the' distress, and pointed out the alterations in th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

-;-_-.-,-,-J-r GOVEKNMENT NOT*CK«(N«V V'tt.) Colo "" iiial»,cci-Ct!it.K>.í)(ríce,-Aiit{.«7, 1830.- - ? -Tlie tiii-uteiiatitpovciiikir.liii» lernet! th.i. die intcnt'oii ii' the g Tv ruinent in^i-Miing tlie notices No. ItíOaii'l l61, wliicîi appealed io Ide li .z.-tl<- of last week. liasUjceii.nii-iiiterpreicil by some of tlie inhabitants of tlie <li>tiicis- in which -the natives have »hewu tlie most decided lio«tî Hy. > A fiii nilly disposition Having been ¿lightly m.i wifest'd by a tiibe-tVliicli li.'nl been lio-trii, His Kxce lency anxiously availed friniself of the occa- sion to rvpca.1 tlie,.;!injiiiic lions which ? have heen unirbrnilv txuicssei'l' ni Hie oideiyand mi-true tullisuf the gi'YVi'ifiiß-'nl, t|uit .tue i'neasure.s which aie mili-¡tcn»7i!ilc.l8h'the defence stful pi-otic ion of tl\e M it ei.s *>l»¿jn;íll '-bet mp« ir«l «.Vith Inn. iinity, and 11 ano nica is^f.c n iii. t tn-*lioitid be sjv.niil - ut t un« iio\ inteiiilcd ii^ n-Jax i&a...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. Wednesday March S.-^-Both houses met, ! 1 ami uff cr transacting some routine business sim of little importance to U9 in Van Diemen's yea land.ud.ioiirued at an (Sarly hour. Several, bills of a local nature were moved in the ) the house of Commons, with only two membeis mo in the house, and when these hills were dis- posed of these members rethed and left the] house to the speaker «nd the cleiks at the tdhle, so that there was^ nobody to move the »peaker out of the chair by propoiing that the house do now adjourn. Mr. Dyson, to get over the dilemma, hastily left the table,] and ran after the two reliting members, Mr.j Robinson and Mr. Bennet, and thus got the ho isc regularly adjourned and the speaker comfortably home to hi* dinner. Houserf Lords, Thuisday March 4-.-On ti petition presenletl bv the Duke of Gration, complaining ot the distress and praying fo" a reduction » of government expenditure, the Duke of Wellington said thal every thing that m...

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THE VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

THE VAN DIEMENS LAND SO- ««?' CIETY. Hi At a meeting of this very useful society on Momlay"e;veiiing;jä-paper was rea«! by the Sectetary^pï.'Turiïbiilî, which excited very considerable interest. As it was unanimous- ly voted t«> the Committee of Papers, to go through Ihe usual ordeal for publication in -the forthcoming number of the society's transactions, the Secretary días been so kind as to oblige us-with a copy for puhliication, in our journal, in order that the author may have the advantage of the remarks and com' ments of his fellow colonists, (involving so materially as it does, the confederation of ihe general and permanent inteiest " of Van Dietuen's land), previous to its appearance in the regular form. The essay begins as fol- lows, vie : - The attention of the British public has for a long time been occasionally directed to wards the colonies in Australasia, and sever- al histories of Van Diemen's land have in cousequence issued from the press, yet it is still compara...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

The Courier. SATURDA Y, AUGUST 38, 1830.   Arrived on Tuesday, the 24th inst., the       bark Science, 235 tons, Capt. W. Saunders, from Sydney 17th August, wilth merchandize, and part cargo on board, to finish loading   at this port, and is expected to sail for London direct in the course of 3 weeks. Passengers from Sydney T. Nolan, Esq. J. Lamb, Esq. C. Wright Esq. - and Captain Daniel Taylor, Mr. Menzies and George Williams. We regret to announce, an unfortunate ac-   cident which happened to the ship Bombay, on Monday night. That vessel had sailed from this port to proceed on her voyage to Sydney, but night coming on before she got clear out to sea, she unfortunately touched ground near Iron pot island, and received some damage, which though not of a very serious nature was considered sufficient to bring her back to port to be repaired. The   moment the accident was known at Hobart &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

MHS. ABBOTT, BEING *H» want of an Assistant in her estab- lishment, will be Itsppy to mease willi n Young I-a'dv capable of the duties of that situa lion. Apply personally or by letter at the Seniin arv,'1 rishane street. Hobart town, August 26,1830. , T TO BR -LET, With early or immédiate Pnmension. ATA"M of 1000 acres of land, eligibly »itnat ed on the Coa river, in a hitililv respectable tirh'dihniirh nd. AboufSS a> res are in cultiva,, tiott," of which 20 acres a>e Wn »it»1 wheat, three with harhv and one and ajtalf with oafs. The. farm will be let with all «he live stock aiid the standing crop. Hie stock consist* of about 300 sheep, 8 milch cows, 4 working bullocks, with ploiiüh, harrows, cart, and other necesarv farmin» implement«. Thcdwellimr house is 40 hy 20 feet .in dimensions, and contains 3 good r»qms and a pántry. The nnibnildiuss c-nsist oí a cnmfortai-le "servants hut stable," Karn n*-a ly o .nplete, and 5f excellent stock \ards. Apply to the printer. , T'> R...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 August 1830

Í"MOV«BftN¡tffeNÍ NOTICE fN«. Híá.] Co Colonial Secretary's Offic», Aug. 25, 1830.   Certificates of freedom have been granted.to the un. dermentioned persons; George Halford. 397, Riclimond Thomas Solly, 606, Phonix (?) George Baker, 758, Chapman Zachariah Brooks, 7>i, ditto John Jackson, 25?, dit o Andrew Clephane, 666, Shipley. By command of I he Lieutenant Governor, . ' J. BURDETT. GOVERNMENT. NOTICE. [No. 103.1 Colo nial Sécrétai*.'* Office Aug. '¿5 1830. v The Lieutenant fidvemor has been pleated to grant the undermentioned indulgences:- , -BURR t'ARBON. ' " Joseph Bond Clarke, 520, (Conutes« Harcorn t,) for the offences of which he was convicted before the Supreme Couit, in June, lb21. TICKETS OF LEAVE, Mriah Vigar, 33, Earl St Vincent. John Ashton, 156, Morley. By His Excill«-iio}Vcommind, J. Bt.atrTT. (-1 VEUNMENT NOTICE. rVn-lr'+l c,,,r X nial Secretar«.'» Oilier. Ug. 23, 18*30 - ** The Lieutenant G nern.ir ha» hci-n tiVased to ap- prove of the undermention...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

ÍURUAMEvr op THE UNI rta Aioitse of Comntohà, Monday March 8« - TJie Speaker said be had taken ceusûlerable items'W>asccU;ajn the-U'cs charged ip Hie private bill office and committee clerk»' of ticef and .lie -proposed that a list or Hum shun h i be made wiri hung « 1> >" the offices wl.ere the fees were taken, so tint any one might see, at a »la.ite what he had io pay.; Nothing more lli'.ui :*. i»a-ou.di!e autonnt wa*i ?.barged ' The thaiges alluded to by Mr.', D \V\ Harvey could i.ot hue l.ceu made in the i2gular way -sanctioned bv the house. There was n great différence between the charges made by Parliamentary agents and the fees regulated by the order of the llouse. Sir C. Burrell in allusion lo what had fid- len from the Duke of Wellington ni the other House on lite subject of the dishes» of the country, iu staling tbattimbei had not fallen iu valt.e, mentioned «s HU ínstame thal tim- ber whicb -some time ago wai sold for Li 1 iSs. per load willi difficulty i.tlw fet...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE [No. 167.] Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Sep. 2, 1830.— Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons:— Metyer Allen, 193, Chapman.   Samuel French. 254, do. John Milson alias Wilson, 497, do.   William Mitton, 481, Phoenix, 2. Henry Wilsaw, 850, Medina. Mary Devine, 45, Brothers. By command of the Lieutenant Governor,   J. BURNETT.     GOVERNMENT NOTICE (No. 108) Colonial Secretay's Office, Sept 2, 1830.   The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences:— TICKETS OF LEAVE       Elizabeth Taylor, 20, Providcnce       John Fotheringham, 6, (renewed) Lord Melville   George Watson, 9, (renewed) Lady Castlereagh By His Excellence's Comman. J. BURNETT     GOVERNMENT NOT...

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