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CAPTAIN STURT. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

CAPTAIN STURT. (From Ifie Auslraíian.J Ii o tir last issue we noticed that glad tidings of Captain Sturt and party, had been received at Adelaide a few days before the dapa tura of the DmtsKT. The date «fbís despatches is the 18th July. W-e subjoin rWlber^articuíars upon this interesting topic, which we-take from the Ade» laide OnsjEnviirt of tba ¿tb instant : " Mr. Piesse, the storekeeper of the parly, accompanied by four men and a single bullock teano, bas been the hearer as'far ns Moorunde, of the Captain's despatches, which arc so vo luminous as to have determined the Government to defer tba publication of their intended digest until the next issue of tLe GOVERNMENT GA zerrte ; we can, therefore, oi.ly lay before our rendéis such particulars as we have been obie to glean from sources which, though unofficial, may, we btdieve. be relied on. " Air. Piesse, who was commissioned to pro cure for the party fresh supplies of provisions, with the rion' of further explorations in ano her...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

' "ÄND GENERAL PRINTING OFFÏCE \ m a 'm m ® ® JB LETTERPRESS PRINTING of] every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, j namely, Law forms, Hill Heads, Cards and ! Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, j &c , &c, &c. To Sportsmen, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. JUST RECEIVED, and on Sale at1 the Office of this Paper, a Lot oj Splendid PICTURES, suitable for the ] above parties, which will be^disposed of] fin" VeryMoiiEñÁrú TBRMS^ 1 TJ STAND, tliisSeason,ot CUÏtEN DON «ear Windsor, the thorough-bred Stallion ??"?'»a© A JP a » Bred by tie late Mr. Ciarles Smith, got by Emigrant put of, Fairy ; Fairy by Peter Finn, out of. Lowren*, l»y Sraolensko, outof Hoity Toity ; peter Finn by Old Whalebone ; Kuti; grant was irot by Pioneer out of HínglaiJjówn sister tb Deceiver, by Buzzard j Pioneer was gol hy Whisky. .;*^1S'ßilSI§r^':. e«?h Mate, Oreomage FirMttitltogfc * Good secure«nd w>lî waler^fl pno'd'otk* irjil, be provided by tbe nro|i|et...

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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. MR. CAUDLE PROPOSES MARRYING HIS ELDEST DAUGHTER TO A SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

MilS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. MR. CAUDLE PROPOSES MARRYING HIS ELDEST DAUGHTER TO A SQUATTER. A SQUATTER. Mr. Caudle ! never bring him here,-I warn you, Mr. Caudle-? never bring bini here. We must indeed be in a strait for husbands, to give our precious children to squatters ! You \ must have been downright mad to sup- i ipose for one moment that I should con sent to that. A sweet, accomplished, handsome girl, like our A ramin ta, sa crificed to a dirty, careless, smoking, stinking, savage looking squatter,-with his beard a yard long, and his whole face (as if to hide its ugliness, or some deformity), smothered in a bush of moustachios and whiskers. I will speak, Caudle, for its really monstrous of you to cali yourself a fattier, and propose such a match. Julia Peck admired him ? Oh ! very well-then let Julia Peck marry him if she likes,-she, per haps, couldn't do better, poor thing ! having been three years in the colony, and to my certain knowledge without receiving one offer ye...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

An ^trîsK' gentteman .entered Í»'? Aobléjâ!^ «hop in Dublin, »Tie other dav¿ ^iiU work, which, be said, was to bîè boVulfwV^Ju periorstyle. Add bow witt von have'itdoneï said the booitbmaBr-in Kassia^' ^fcriainlv not 1 was íbe reply» i ; în ? Morocco, then 1 : con tinued tb« sbppkeejif r,. ,Nof neither in-,. Jtussift nor "Morocco, rejoined tue ' patriotic £*n letnan, -if you can't do if here, i'll tuke if ¡td the book binder ¿Ver the way» , A gentleman residing in tho neighbourhood of Cork bas told 119 jibe following anecdote. Walking out one Sunday evening be tuet a young pensaht girl, whose parents Kved nebr bis bouse. « Where ara you going* Jenny Y' «bid he. " Looking for a soh-Hi-law for my mothar, sir," was - tbc stuart reply« Jenny, ih fact, w» going courting., *?. > Tb« Arabs melt their butter over a slow fire, which expels ai! 4tbe watery panicles, lt will then keep without salt ; and the Irish hurd adopted with success a similar method With their butter for exportation t...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

PENRITH , AND - HAWKESBURY , A GR ICÜLTÜ R A L ASSOCIATION. A meeting- "of tte ^SnbscribeTs of the ] Penrith and Hawkesbury Agricultural As« : sociation, wá9 called far Saturday.last,; by_. Îublic advertisemeut, at Coffey s Hotel, at ; 2 o'clock, for the pwrpose of *. éstablisutijg the Association on a permanent bfists, and fdr other purposes connected with its-wel fare." We were muchsurprised-toíobséíyet : whatUnía inte rest ate ob j e«r M the tri ^fet ing created,-notSnore thau ten or a dofcen gentlemen having been ^relsiiit.* The Chairman having waited Tor ? a bettet attendance, deeïnedlt ildvlpeable ¡ at length "to adjourn the mgetiog to âa-.L tu rd ay, the25lh October next, at jh^ same time and place, and for the same object.-; This apathy on the part oí tho Subscribers is most unaccountable, andili.rin^dBlgefljn, will be the means oTtipsettingjWilpgt pas been hitherto accomplished,,* ah^S^r ïhe prosecution of which*in so 'apirrtefl*^InfaÜ- - uer.-t'he whole Press of the Colony...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY SEPT 16. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

PRQCEEÍMNGS OJ? JUELEGlStî ATíVfi COUNCIL. ,'-..« TÏJÇSDAV, ,S*(g 16. THÉ Council wënt into Committee to con* sider lae petition ^proposed by Mr. Lowe to be.addressed :o the House of Commons, prayiug the sdmis8ion into the United Kingdom of Corn and Flour, the produce of the Australian colonies on the sams I terms as Canadian corni The charrtnaa reported a resolution bf the Committee to the effect that the draf|,petition submitted to ttieni should be referred to a select Com» nlftteV/ 'The"'Hon'ipVdívÍde4'..on' iQtauê adop tion'1 of the ' Resolution, which was lost by a majority of ll-to 10," . '"' .*' . Mf..J\lurray presented* petition from the dismcts of Yass, Lachlan and Murrumbid gee, praying the Council to support* pe titiouw^ to. the fjiovMnor for the application of a portion o| jhe Crown Laud Ku venue to the intro« ductipn of laborers from Van Diemens Land. The petition was read at length; but its reception* was negatived by a ma jority of 15 to 5. A Bill to amend and consoli...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

ENGLISH NEWS. EttOLisn Wool. MARKET-LEEDS, MAY 16 - We Lave not any alteration to report this week in the demand for combing wools. Clothing wools of middle qualities are in good request at firm prices.-Leeds Mercury, May 1?. FOUEION WOOL TnADB-LEED3, MAY |6.~ No great amount of business bas been done in <be foreign wool market during the past week. I he slocks at present on band are generally light, and of some descriptions there is only a very indifferent choice. Prices are firm, and tlmre appears every prospect of present rates being, at least, steadily maintained.-Ibid. The Fiir.ce of Wales deiives an income of £83,000 a year from the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster, » Twit 'W^k['j^JP''^K^lloYh'i' GWViCE.'-yOk i Tuesday Jjgj^ fl* yeurs.ihniii» i R'orkhojJ»?ir|.i-oiigl«i(>ii, in i In» parts1!. of A sf . B bury, Th^n^RraddocV, the last, or near'v tb* i last, MUTjjpo£lrijn tito wreck of the J toy al . G'-org«.-*-!^'a Messenger, May li. Anieri*r*t cfinlJ support tri ...

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THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. (FROM THE POLYNESIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

TUE SANDWICH ISLANDS. (FROM TUE POLVMÎSIAN.) OM Tuesday last the 20th instant, the house of .Nobles and Representatives iras formally opened, preparatory to their entering upon the highly important business of the session. The few previous meetings of the members have been almost wholly devoted to matters affecting individuals forming part of their body, and not of national moment. The pro* ceedings of Tuesday were of a uature to interest all, not herd only, but wherever the J $Ue of «aliona snit th« improvement .of mei , ar« regarded. A wn-Uituiiorial monarchypanno work for good unless the soveieig'n respec /dua legis ature,- ihe legislature respect th sovereign, tfod all respect themselves ; «nd t is highly gratify ins to see this feeling mani lestea os on :tbe Siet ^Z -Tba large hall situated near the Fort having been selected as a-fit place for the eerenvmv it was prepared Accordingly, Midway betweei [the two extremities of the building, and abou ;tbree yards from (fae "side wal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

AND GEÑmÁL VRINtim ÓFFkCEj LETTKft-PKESS PRINTÍNG of every description performed with tieaftiesfl and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely. Law FoYins, Hill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars; Posters and Handbills, MRS. DOWNING, relict oÏMlte late Mr. Thomas Downing, begs reíp'éctftiHy to return lier mosf grateful «cfc NOW ledeVnenls lo a generous Public, for (be timelv relief afforded <o'herself «nd family, during lier l*lpi4%*ajramBnf^ ..' . " *N .J Mrs. P. bas opened áScbonljfi»r tueinsCrVi/atnr; ? of Children, «Viler resídt-nce, Mar^uarb^lrfet where she solicits public patronage «nd suppcrt.: To Spdrtsmen* ', PUBLICANS, AND OTHEKS. | JUST RECEIVED, and oft Sale at the Office of this Paper, a Lot of Splendid PICTURES, suitable for the above parties, which will be disposed of on very MODERATE TERMS. Stand. OB THE BfeABOÑ, Mahatoi/'s Residence, «in«, W/e Wíieís. YOUWG SAINT Ml YOUNG S AI NT JOHN »as got by the celebrated Maine John, irti:; ported liy Mr James Wood, who ea...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1845. THE TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

*0w Friday ètei-fing^ was held at^ine City 11ieatre,^ydney,ïpr ? the purpose or' adopting a Petition to the Legislative Council, jagain st the reduction of thé duties on ardent spirits; and also agäinst'tbe imposition of atiiÄy on the necessaries of life, as proposed by the Bill nov before the Council. T<he business of the'Meet ing: occupied nearly four hours, - and four Resolutions'?were passed to the ? following effect *\lst.vT«at cn «ccount of the pernicious ^Tia^ebfardentiptriis, all legislation con 1 «erningthèm which ia' not bf á restrictive ' character; táust^bé hazardous to t he welfare ' of theix>mnaunity, 2iVd.:iThat thèjeductton in the duty on * imported' find Colonial " spirits, proposed * by the ?anff Bill, will not only diminish die present5 restrif^ion«to [a great extent, but will ñjost i probably¡ increase »the ' vice of-intoxication, with its - attendant evils. 3rd. That it is impottanUo petition the Legislature agáinst this'and róthéffeattires of thri...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPT. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

PROCEEDINGS' : OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SÈPT. 23. THE Colonial Secretary laid irti the Table',! a return relative to the Australian Agricul tural Company's monopoly of coal. Or* dered to be printed. Mr Robinson presented a petition from the Town Clerk of Melbourne, praying compensation for expences incurred in forming the Electoral Roll. Mr. Murray presented a petition from Queanbeyan against the proposed tax on tea and sugar. Both petitions were read and received. Addresses were voted to bis Excellency the (Governor fur certain returns and re reports relating to the Aborigines .of the Colony» A Bill to enable the Trustee» of the Sav ings' Banks of New South Wales and Port Phillip respectively, to lend their money to the Corporation of Melbourne and to the Mechanics Institution there-«was read a first time. j The Registrar Bill was read a second j time and ordered to be committed ou Fri day. 26th *ept. The Melbourne Police Surplus Revenue Bill was considered in ( ommitte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

TERMS. J'&i li AWKcsni'ttY ( ovmm will continue to be pub; lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor atti Ithhnuytd, und forwarded to all parti of the Country. fke terms nf SUBSCRIPTION «re 5» per Quarter j, and Subscribers not résident in eUier of thenbote lawns m II si pay in advance. The quartefS£iul on fie Inst Thursday in the months of March, June, September a-.d Uet ember, on which days on'v çr previom to thsfollowing Monday can resigna tims be receive !, which must be accom^aniedrby pay went ¡if ntl monies dus. Ute ch tr fies for ADVIUTISEMENTS are i For the first inch -is.; and for every inch ojspábe after, ut the rate of is ftn each insertion ; Bud* the «nm. ber oí/iim t tn be / uidithed must be Witten on-the* face of the manuscript, or the advertisements mit be continued till countermanded. hon-subtcribers* must fay the amount previous tn.the insertion of their adte tisements, wh eh must be sent before' twelve o clack H.KM, on Wednesday, and o> den to withdraw, ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEW?. ARRIVED. SEM" EMBER 23.-The schooner William. 62 tons, Freeman; master; frord Moreton Bay the 16th instant, with wool, hides,) cedar, &c, 25- H. M. S. Fly, 18 guns. Captain ßlackwood.from singapore the '3rd August, 26. -The sehooner Jane. 54 ton«. Steel* master, from Moreton Bay tne 17th inst.. with tallow, beef, hides, &c. 2G.-The barque Mary& Ann, 212 ton«, Wbiteway, master, from Liverpool the 2'lst May, with merchandise. . 26 -The barque Hindoo, 310 tons, Beard,master, from Liverpool the 7th May. with merchandise. 27. -The barque Louisa Campbell, 275 tons, Darby, master, from Auckland, the 13th instant, with Cowrie gum. . 27 -The steamer William the Fourth, 53 tons. Wiseman^master/rom the Clarence River, with sundries. "28-The steamer Shamrock. 2Wtons,. Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip the 20th, Launceston the 23rd, and Twofold Bay the 26tb instant, 29.-The barque Elizabeth, 174 ton«. Jones, master, from Erromanga, New He brides, th...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the SHAMROCK, in Syd: ney, on Sunday, we have received Eng: lish news, via Van Diemen's Land, up lo the l4th June. The MARION, male convict ship, arrived at Hobart Town om the 16th September, with 300 prisoners, having made a splendid run of 92 days.   The political intelligence is of a highly interesting character.   1%e1Í^¿^lSP^pa passed through theCommons>i0;larg^ JOB joHtles. Ou the ¡2nd lune, the' Duké of Welling ton moved the second reading of the Bill in the House of Lords, in a long, animated speech. The Düte of Cambridge seconded che motion, and regarded the bill as involving a political, abd not a religious question. and as being one of the Wisest and most conciliatory measures that have been pro posed for «orne years. Lort! Roden moved an amendtneut, to the effect, that a com mittee be appointed to examine and report upon the class books, used at Maynooth, aud that the present bill be referred to such com...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

DIED, WYATT, George Thomas, Esq., late Lieut. 50th Regiment, at his residence, Go- vernment Cottage, on Sunday, 28th Sep- tember, aged 30 years after a protracted and painful illness, very sincerely re- gretted by all classes of the community.

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WRECK OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP CATARAQUI, FROM LIVERPOOL TO PORT PHILLIP. 414 LIVES LOST. (From the Australian—Sept. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

WRECK OF THE LMIGRANT SHIP CATARAQUI, FROM LIVERPOOL TO P«.RT FIlrtLIP. 4H LIVES LOST. {From the Australian-Sept. 27J THE overland mail from Melbourne, yes terday, brought us the dreadful tidings of the loss nf the above vessel, upon the iron-bound coast of King's Island, at the entrance of Bass' Straits. The following account is extracted from a Supplement to the PORT PHILLIP HERALD of the 13th inst. ' Tba CATARAQUI, Captain C W. Finlay, sailed from Liverpool ou the 20tb April, wilh5d9 emi grants, and a crew, including two Doctors, Mr. <: t'arpenlôrand Ed»uriJ C*rpeHier,<broiljers), of forty-six souls, Tlie -emigrants were priuci p*lly from Hertfordshire, StanVdsliire, York shire, land Nottinghamshire. About ts«) of the passengers were married with families, und in all 73 children. Nothing particular <ccum-«l until about n fortnight prior io tbe 4ib August ; with lb« exceptio« of laeweal bet being boistter: ous, -willi a strong guie of wind From tbe...

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LINES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

N>£i':&¡^ *.' Thstotirt^itbtbe* Wer« oVW '4 /nrí fullofiife «ií (üetaotó . . JI»BD eommeT'g sunlight oraflaliorn ;' leir hope wei fisted old «bip intbee, nd ghjfanily over the bouuoleis sen, iou looVestlhrta to find . life fb-issor woe, of bon» OrHstnfe. Manya spirit strong «nd bold, With thee'upon the wave hath'roll'd } Mfihy a shape oT Tovliest forin, ?With thee hath dwelt amid the storm, .Many a fatberî-lover-fri6nd, "Jo thy pldYimbeis oft would bend, A thought to those in other ¿limes, A thought of happier hopes and limes. Tl»« green grass grows on many' a spot. The tomb-atone moulders all forgot, A nd thou art 'bounding o'erVhe sen, Hui wtfereare those'that dwelt willi thee ! The flowers of early summer spring, And briglit birds glitter on the wing* The gav i the you ug. the loved '»nd blest, A re sMenf in toe ¿ra v*'« cold rest. Still thou ari here! the tóng-past tibie 'And eulin v shore of many a clime. The wonders of the silent deep, The roaring stormi he lightnin...

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CAPTAIN STURT'S EXPEDITION. (From the South Australian Register) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

CAPTAIN STURTS EXPEDITION. fFromihe South Australian Register J ON Saturday afternoorAve published a 'postscript containing; thc substance pf Captain Start's despatch to the Colonial v Government; but finding1 that much ' anxiety" still éxists in the public mind ' regarding The real státé oft Iiis great un ' dertakiftç.' we have the pleasure )hisdaj( of presenting our readers-with the entire deepatcii a6 published ' by the' Govern* ment; to which .wë have appended some extracts written by the ¿gallant Captain to a primate friend, which, though neces ' sarily containing some répétitions, vee Tthink Will be read with interest. Before Mr.Pièssé lett the Üepot,wé*uriders!and, that this ardent and persevering leader determined to make another attempt to penetrate the interior, at least so far as to satisfy himself of the fact of the ex istence or otherwise of a great inland water, and had actually started. 1 Colonial Secretary's Office, Adelaide, Sept. 5/1845. His Excellency the Governor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 October 1845

S A LE S Bf¥ A JJ C T t Ó N M ft. W. G, *Î3ÛUÔt$, :~ ÏÎAS received instructions tu Sell byÁ¿ JUL.public Aucttp^,ton THlTRSDAlçf' next. October^íh, |re%ejv^t U o'clock, at Goverlftîneor Hotíáe^Msor.the Pro perty ofl^lifte. * G. tv WYATT; ES (WITHOUT f HE LEAST RESEI , ffihie whole of tiffi' Hôtiâeîiold Consisting of a great varie^pPlV^ in» f d A:Hjd-f. e nffcrdo t' Ar.tiei pt, ; -^RTÄHAtttSESS; «W ? < /ab, Tß» HEAD "OF Aî1 LC H Cé ws» In-calf, wA Cakes by aide, unequalled la Wiudsor or the District. After thé àboèe Sale, W. Í3. BURGlS will SELL at Mu. _ lite«Ajis RIDGE'*, Twenty Head of MtLklNG GÙiFS lu-caff, and Calves by side j w'íTHOÜT RESERVE, .,, Windsor, lat Oct. TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES. Two Acres Twenty Perches, Town of Richmond, with Howe ihoreon, note used as a Presbyterian Church. Thirty Acres, County of Coote, near th* Grose River, ÍCurrrjong¡ Th ee Hundred Acrds, County of Hunter, at the confluence of the Hunter and . Gout/mm Rivers» Mt the honor to announc...

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