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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

1 TUESDAY, DECEMBER "15. .A2 " VEETAnBLEs-1Potatoes, 8s. to :lOs. per cwt. ?.Cab bages' .,2d. to " 3d. each.- Cauliflowers, 3d.. to ý.4d. each.:i Turnips and Carrots, .3d. to 4d. per: bunch. .Onions, 1jd. per lb. Broad ,beans, tis .to is. ;6d. .per peck.. French ditto, is. 6d. per ditto.,, Peas, 2s. 6d. Iper dlitto' Apples, '8d. to ;`9d. per;,'dozen. Plums, is. to' is. 3d. per ditto., Apricots, 9d. to is. per ditto. Cherries, ls. 6d. perl, b.',Oranges, I?s. 6d. to 2s. 6d. per dozen. Poultry-Fowls, 4s. to 5s. per couple." Ducks,.5s.-6d. to 6s. per ditto. Geese, 8s. to .11s. per ditto.. Butter,,.plentiiul-salttl s. 9d: to 2s. per lb. VFresh ditto, 2s. 5d. per ditto. Eggs, 2s. to 2s 3d. per dozon. Chee'se, 8d. to 9d. per lb. Salt. pork 8d. to 9d. per lb. Bacon; is. per ditto. Ha'ms, Is. per ditto.' Soap and Candles, 8d., per 1bW Bread, 5d... per 2-lb laf. Beef and ,Mutton, _per] joint, 4d. te'4 d. pei lb. Veal and Pork, 8d. per' ditto. There was a'good supply of hay-best oateni fetched...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Markets. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

. FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 11. ''THERE was a good. supply of vegetables' to=day. Potatoes ?8s. to 12s. per cwt; Cabbages, 2d. to 3d. eath .auliflowers, 3d. to 4d. each. ~Turnijs and Carrots, 3/d. to 4d. per bunch. Celery, 3d.: perdittoX Leeks,?I?d..per ditto." Onionis,. 2d. to .25d. per -lb' Artichokes, 2s. per dozen.. Broad ,beans,?S;: p'pr peck. French ditto, ls. 6d. sper;ditto.? Peas,: 2s. per ditto. 'Oranges, Ils. 6d. to" 2s. :6d: per :dozeoi Lenioris, Is. ?o 2s. per ditto. Apples, 6d. to,9d. per ditto.' Plunbs, is. 6d: perditto. :Apricots,.ilsiper ditto.:; Cherries, is. 6d. to 2s: per 16,b. F Poiiltry, Fowls; 4s. to,4s. 6d. per couple.,. Duucks, i5?. Gd.'t0o 6z. per ditto. . Geese, 9s. to 10s, 6d. per dittos' 'Tur keys,.12s, per ditto. Roasting Pigs, 3s: ±,6d. to. 4s. 6d. each. Eggs, 2s. to 2s. (d. per dozen.' Butter, salt, s. 10d. to 2s, 2d. per lb.; Fresh ditto, 2s. :3d. to.2s. d. per'ditto.: Cheese,, 8d. to: 6d. per ~ditto. Butciliers'i meat,-Beef per carcase, 3d;: to.,31d. per lb....

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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WOOL SALES. Account Sales of Wool at J. T. Simes and Co., July 9, 10, and 17, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

rý . :,.``WOOL SALES. Acccount Sales of Wool at J. T. Simes and Co., Julyi 9, 10, and .17, 1835. Ex.Harmony.-GS, 6 :bales,,.average,, Is. lId.; UMG, 6,1 s. d.; CC, 4, 1s. 2d:;. AA, 4, ls. ld..: Ex Jolihn: Barry.--C & FW, 100 bales, average, s1.~s ld.; DR, : 43, 2s. 2d.;?DC, ,24, 2s., ld.,; VB, 13, 2s. i :. ;WL,' Jr,:73,'2s. 6d.; , WLP, 83, 2s. 5d.;. dWLP, in: diamond, "4, 2s. 3&d,; iVLPM, 53, '2s. 4d.; NSL, 36, 2s. 7ad.; VVL, in diamond; 30, is. 7# d. iMF, 102; ls. 8'd.; LKR, 7,4, 2s..1id. ; ,IMAi 100; 2s. 1:d.; ECLI, 2s.;1d. Account Sales of Wool at Southey and Sonls, July 14. .' Ex Governor. Harcouit.?.-ST, 139' bales;,average, 2s. 3d.; HHC, 6. is.'6 Sd.; JH, 48.. Account Sales of Wool at Ilazard's and Ferry, July 18. lE;x' Adelai'de, WO,19 biales, average, 2s; 2?d. Ex Mary,;27 bales,` average, Is. 91d. Ex .Bardaster,, ABCXLD, 17' bales, average, is. 10 :d. Account Sales of Wool at Marsh and Edinborough's, ExIJohn Barry.-CAA, 209 bales, average, 2s. 4Ad. ExiAdelaid...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

SPIRITS AND :TOBACCO.A:. + ? Stock.on: hand;i 5th instant-B. P. ruim; 112,404 gallons; brandy, .44,069 gallons; :;gin, 32,646 gal ions; other spirits, .17,085 gallons; tobacco; 125,839 pounds; Received during theweek-B.P. rum, 5871 gals. . Delivered: for home consumption--B. ::P rum, 5625 gallons;' brandy, 397, gallons; !gin, 240. gal ions; tobacco; 2661 pounds., .: Delivered for exportation-,B. P. rum, 249 gallons; brandy,'519 gallons; gin, 106 gallons; other, spirits, 1916 gallons; tobacco,,4366 pounds. Stock on hand, 12t hiinstant-B. P.,! rum, ;112,401 gallons; . brandy,:, 33,153. gallons;, gin, 32,300 gal-; ions; other spirits, 15,169 gallons;, tobacco, :118,812

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

-0-p VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. Augustus Cesar from Hobart Town and London, KI~ing's Whai rf. Matchless fromin Launceston,'King's' Wharf.:: British Sovereignfrom London, Canimpbell's Wharf, George Street. -

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

TO COR.LESPOZJ7ENTS. ITVc have received I'. C.'s commnunication. J:I'e halla'i~.zurt "itit~itb etcL L next.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

EXPORTS. 'VESSELS CLEAiRED FROM aTl E 5THi TO TrHE 12TH INTs'IAT . INCLUSIVE. Persian,; 399 tons, Hopton, master, for New Zea. and;: fishery stores. : Elizabeth, 268 tons, I-utchins, iaster, ,for=. the South Sea'Jslands; 13,cases muskets, 52 casks pow der, 86 bars lead, lOlbars iron, 2 casks cutlery, 19 grindstones, 2 cases beads, 150 ,kangaroo skins, 300 whale teeth, 1 bale calicos, and stores. Susanna, 232 tons, ,Ridley,.master,. for Lpndon; '93 bales 1 pocket wool; 25 bales flax, 150 tuns black oil, 7½ tons whalebone,'32 planks cedar; 469 :ox. and cow hides, 1 cask seal skins, 2 cases, seeds, 4 cases natural curiosities, and stores. r Caroinig, .157 tons,. Briggs, master; for H?b, rt Townt; 220 tons co'als, and; stores.: Fenella; 152 tons, Bosworth; master, for the Cape of Good Hope;' 150 tons coals, 50 sheep, 100'.packs staves, and stores. :i Elizabeth, 51 tons, Browne,;master, for Launces ton; 70 stones, 80 logs cedar, 30 boxes soap, 14 bags sugar, and stores. Louisa, 243 tons,...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Domestic Intelligence. THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

TrE "IOST OFVJ CE. ' [v i ion A connESPONJ1r1Tj WE have'"heard "of somr very alarmtnig'rep'opts, respecting 'th'e Post 'Otliee i?leptartnient from ~:iaitla?ndto,'Sydney. This :important .,district h?iash.now 'arrived to such an "extent ;in ,commer :cial[ transa ions, that lit is supposed by 'com : !p etent r e;?i?Y s that ?not, less than from Seven ito i~gh't h*IŽ7 ted pounds pi'n 'calh land "orders ,iare ;tiranriittheti4 tby 'every 'steamer. - Sinbe ;.the Ahate .3ost O'fice'.Regutiitions ihave: cbmeinto'.effect, .preventing 'i;Wid ividuals .from sending itnoney, let ters byj pi'ifte hands., it' appeais, !that caslh has li:eeir'abstrrcCted froir? the monoey -lettersof indi. i4idutmls s'eiltfthiough the ..post'.office. ::ftliis bbl the 'case (and ,weare assured .that, it ;;is :so), itre qtuires ,the ,iminediate .attention,?of? our findefati gable Post 'Master c,Generil, 'otheriie the ¶con-I •sxtuetices nmay dre fatal?to th'e lmertnuitile1,ritte rest of this Iflouriahing district. We ...

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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

pDZtnep enerra 1 ' rsabe . iIt. IMPO RTS. REPORTS PROM' THE 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT, INCIUSIVE. DECEMBER 8.-New Zealander, (schooner),148tons, .Colei master, from New Zealand, J. H. Grose :andi .Co., agents; .20 tons black oil, R. Jones and Co; J1 bundle whalebone,. Captaini Ashmore;1 .. cask. seal' oil, 2 casks seal skins, 30 bundles - ~ialeboiie, J. H., Grose and Co. 9."-James Colvin, (ship),:?:400. tons, ;Maughan, 'master, from the South Seas, Dawes, Gore and Co.,: agents; 200 tuns spermoil, Order., . '10.-Augustus Caesar, (ship),,414 tons, Wiseman,, master, from London via Hobart Town, Learmonth; and. Co., agents ; 16 casks shot, ,Paul and Co.; 26! hogsheads rum, 7 cases cordials, 2 hogsheads brandy, 1 hogshead gin, 3 casks wine, 50 casks bottled beer, 1 cask. corks, 3 casl~s'flint 'griss, 2'cases. furniture, 1 case ironmongery; 3 cases 3 blales slops; 1 case ap: parel, R. J.- Colvy';' 8 cases habeidashery, T. A. Crocker; 270 bundles iion hoops, 22. casks .whiting,, 1 Icase.-per...

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CASE OF H. C. SEMPILL, ESQ., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

WEare happy to have ;it ,in tour power ;to bset the public rright. on Ithe su.ject.otIthecibarge ofr'cattle stealing illeged ,by :some 'of ,our ,contemporaries (who, tour readers will remember, .were loudest in ithe outcry traimed >agains't 'us :in 'Ooy''s affihr,; where such a -charge 'real'y was ,advanced,I):,to have:been preferred against"t. Ci'Sempilll sq.,' J. 'P., of Hunter's River.' -Our' readers :Wil1 iobserve !by 'ile 'following certifi-lte from :i~ Inivermein Bendh"that 'the 'inquiry was 'instituted iat'Mr. Sempill's .anxious desire to puitto flte test some injurious .runiour? wiid h. ha :been .cir 'culated .to .his ,prej.udiae. ;MVr. : j Semill,? we understancl,,means to iihning.ai,a?etionýagainstithree iindividuals said to lhave'been ,united:in :a 'cdn-ri spiracy '.to dnjure him. :As:;itsis';,ir. SempiilsW intention to publihiht'otlhe .world r;a'stateimertif the proceedings 'connected ,wtith t.his :ease!j iie, e sh~dlldefer arry; further ,rem'arks 'vº#ich:.we imay fee...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Francis 'Freeling. for' Holart Town to-morrow. -Hercules, for London, 24th Instant.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

DEPARTURES. December 12.-Siren (b,:ig), Munro, for; Hobait To: w :'wwith sundries.. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Dove, AB: Smith;: :Esq., Mr. John and R. Rhine, Mr. C. :Willis,, Mrs. Griflithand.three children; :lMr. R. E. B?Bate, Mr. 3J. Bae, .Mr. Hand, Elizabeth Upton, Mrs. Dyer, and ,t ee :children, John, 1odryi ,with : prisonersundler p.m litary' guard :12.-Venus (cutto.) .for illawarra. : ;;.13.-Sarah (schooner), 'foriWollongong.,. . S3.---Prince Georgeo (Revenue ;Cutter),' in com any.:; itH.1.\. Brign Zebra, and the Tamar(steamer): for Jarvis' By. ,.. 14.-Sophia. Jane (steamer) ,for. Newcastle. 14,-Crusader (barque) for Laiunriceston. 15.-William the Fourth (steamer) for Port Mac quarie. - Pr

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Chinese Statistics. EXPEDITION UP THE MIN RIVER. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

0'3itte0e %tattottes. EXPEDITION. UP THIE MIN RIVER. [CONCLUDED. TIE- following is an extract ,of an 'account of the expeditionri up: the Min River, by tIheRev. Mr. Stevens, dhe of the party : May 7:.-Mr. Gitzlaff and myself took another ex, cursion on shore, having tlie same ipurposes as before.. but a larger supply of books. Yet 'we found it im possible to keep any of them 'till 'we had' reached 'the end of our valk. T?'his was the more regretted, be= cause we there en'tered a house to obtain some water, and found the whole ffamily.assembled, consisting, of several gentlemen of respectable appearance, besides the'females.:The old grey-headed father said, " How could you give away all your, books, and not leave even one for _us?" These were intelligent persons, and from their directions, confirmed by that of.others, we ascertained our proper course.-It may be observed here, that the spoken dialect of the people differed' so much from that of the. province of Fuhkeien, as spoken; ab...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCH OF OUR FATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

TIHE ;CHURCH OF OUR FATHERS. il:y the Author of The Isles are Awake.] .HAr.i, screen'd by, its trees, in the Sabbath's calm smile, The: Church of oui Fathers how meekly it stands, .O ! villagers gaze on the old hallow'd pile ,.: It was dear to their hearts -:t was raised,_by their. S ! , .hands . : : Who loves not' place.where they worshipp'd their Who loves not the ground where their ashes repose'? Deareven the daisy that blooms in the sod,:,, F: or dear is the dust ouit, ofwhich it arose. T'hen say shall the Tern le our Forefatherei built, Which the stormn "of past ages have batter'd :in Abandoii'd by us from supineness or guilt, O say shall it fall lby?' th rash and profane! No I perish the impious hand that would take One shred from its altair-one stone from iis towers, The 'pure blood of martyrs hath flow'd' for its sake, S?4d.ts fgpll-if it fall-shall b6 reddeu'd by ours,

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Select Poetry. THE STORMY PETREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

ýaetet Voetrp. ,-,?THE STORMY PETREL. BY BARRY CORNWALr.: A ;'xoISAND miles from land are we, "Tossing about on the roaring sea; SFrom billow to bounding billow cast, Like fleecy snow on the stormy blast : The sails are scatter'd abroad, like weeds, The strong masts shake, like quivering reeds;:i' The mighty cables, and iron chains, The hull,' which all earthly strength disdains,',' They strain and they crack, and hearts like stonei: Their natural hard proud strength"disowul. :'U' an d:u Up and down! up and down! * From the base of the wave to the billow's crown, And amidst the flashing and feathery foam The Stormy Petrel finds a home, A home, if such a place may be, .For her who lives on the wide wide sea,; On the craggy ice, -in the frozen air, And only sceketh her rocky lair, To waria her young, and to teach them pring:. At once o'er the waves on their stormy ing ' i O'er the deep ! O'er the deep! .Where the. whale, anid the shark, and the sword:-fisli sleep, Outflying the blast ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. Destroy his fib, or sophistry—in vain, The creature's at his dirty work again. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

T*E ýi;YýDN1 ýA '-GAZ°ETTý [FRtOM.OUR -'QO`R*l 6ONIDnW~ q'rkDX.] Destroy his fib;,-or'soJhistry-in vain, •-,'lTheecreature 's at 'hisdlytyoor'lw gain. : THE proprietors of the nabove]paper have lately lowered, the .,price of ,this .receptacle- ,of- black-' guard ismrtoiof?iteen sliillingsjperquarter; :and,. if we may beallowed itoj.udge.fronithel.~pecimens in the.shape of leading articles and sundry para g*glfis,'"' lii the?y have thliust: 6 ilie public since ihe reduction ;i price, thley 'also 'appear :to lhave-lowered their: pray., :Wi?e :'ave r?irely seen s much :,lw .scurrility,, , and abuse as ..hias lately figured in tliepages of this arretchied ,pyit. ,Po-= sonous .ianimals; :are :said,::by !some ,naturalists, tovboid .their noxsious'venom:immediately before death, .and -welithink- the ,same,: remark will eventually:apply t'o iTh'e \G.azette.. The flowering the price ':of; thei paper ,shows` that 'there} is ,a " falling 'o.."sodiev.here; it aid, as'we have ,seen in minor 'the...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

Oil-Spermn whalper tu '' ~ .Black 'dittodi to...... .i ? ? F.LAx. -N. Zealandi,rough, per ton 1 0 0 . i iitto ditto, fli?,... .:. ,18 0 0 ":" .,. . Timber' ·;, J.l n perod 50 ..aci' , 0 C edir, per'toot ..0 .'o'? o 0 i?~2 Treenalls,,per tlhousitd . ..... ? 0 0 .. 5 o Hides, sltedL, perlb.. .. 0 02 0 0 .2 Bceet ditto'............:,...'...' 0 4 ..4 . 4 Pork, ditto... *0 r. 0.... . . O. 0 0. Plour, per 100 poUtids .' .. 5 uQ -.. '. . o .. l 5 ... Soap, per Ib. . . .... d.?.. .. O 0 ?8? Candles, per lb . :.. .. ... 0 0 _9 1 .. --- ···LL·((· O;;;··

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THE LATE FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

* ,ITHE LATE' FORGER'Y.- ? :, WEE mentioned ,in oau htlas1 9iumber, the ap' re. hebsion (on a. charge of forgery) of,a' man named' Thorpe who was attempting to make bhis escape from the colony by the Susanna.' Since our last' pub'lication, we have gleaned the following par :ticulars regarding the culprit. His name we understand, is Charles Walter Horace Thorpe. .He was transported some years ago from England to Van Dieman's Land, and obtained'hisemancipa Itiori fr6m Lieutenant-G6vernor Arthur,'for having bly his-exertions, saved Government 'lHouse from, (being ,robbed. A'fterobtaining his emancipation Ihe .continued to reside for some time in the. sistedr colony, where lie kept a public-house on ithe 'New Town Road, near to Hiobart Town, Prom 'an Diernan's Land, he came to this rcol.'ny,:where be has been for ,some time back in ;tle .employ of.Mr. Macdonald as clerk, and it was on,thatgentlemarn, and not on Mr. Jones ad 'stated in .our'last,lthat the forgery wias committed. Uiis spl...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

"WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS: [bOMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. d F. . :.. ..d. 'Brandy, First Quality, per gallon .. O4 '4 'a 0 4 Secoind ditto.......... ;.:. 8 . 0';.O3'.'.6 Rum, B.P., proof ...............; 0.; 0 :-0.i. ~3·0 American, ditto ......... .. 1 .. 0 ,1 Isle of France, ditto .... 0 16 . 0 ,Gin, untinged ... .... . ... '.. 0 i . 0 3 Straw coloured ..... . '0 2 0. 0'i 2 " Case, 4 gallons ..... ... 1 i 1:; 0 ? I WINES., Port, best, per ppe...... 3.. 3 Fi,5: 50 0 Per dozen............ , ~ 1 Good, per-pipe ;. ';;? 30 0 0 ..36 0:. 0, Sherry, best, per butt{~:.;;,. .30 0 0 .050 0. 0 Madeira, per pipe ...' ..300 0,'.4 er dozen", 1...... 5 0. . 1 10 0 Teneriffe, per pipe.. .7..: `..r 10.?; 021.:21 . 9L0 Per.dlozen .. 0 15 .0... 1i O Cape, Company's best, 110 gatllons . 12 0 0 .13. 0 Chanpagne parkii.: " : ..........;z..-10 0 .. .. Ale Burton,per barrel, 36 gallons.. 7, 0 0 .. 7 10 Tayloris strong pale, per: hd.: 6 0 0 .. .iO A sliby 's .. 0 0 :. ; - Dunbar's,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 December 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST'.,' Sra,--Having seen a gross misrepresentation of" my conduct issuing from THE COLONIST pres,:".'. I call upon you to disclaim all countenance. of the writer, and participation in the libel, as well as to afford me the means of stating facts which' are there.entirely falsified. The author of the ' libel is utterly below 'my notice; but he mayi::.? obtain currency, and perhaps weight for it, by. publishing it at the Australian College., Teucro duce, et auspice Teucro. . I am charged with ruining a man after.having participated in his profits. I never derived any profit or advantage whatever (not even a copy of the Journal) from the concern alluded to; and it is a gross falsehood to say, as he does, (" be sides all. this, surrendered to him 5671. of book debts ") that I received 5671. of book debts. And so far from ruining him, from the time., that I met with him, I gave him every assistance in my power, far beyond what prudence would have dictated, and ...

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