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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 February 1855

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM. aENTLEMEN-The period being at hand, when you will be called upon to exercise the privilege of electing an additional member for this County, at the request of several of my friend«, I take the liberty of offering myself as a candidate for the honour of your suffrages. Having lived so many yeais in the district, and being personally ?known to most of your number, I deem it unnecessary to make any other promise, than that it shall be my constant endeavour, (should you confide your interest to my care), honestly, firmly, attentively, and to the utmost ot my ability, to discharge the trust, consulting solely the benefit of the district and colony, uninfluenced by party. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant J. Cuhwen Walker. Derwent Park 24th Januar NOTICE OF REMOVAL. I1 HE business hitherto cariied on by the undersigned in Trafalgar Place is re- moved to premises on the New Wharf, turner of Gcorge-stre et, near the Custom...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) FRIDAY, 2ND FEB., 1855. An Amateur Pugilist [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 February 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Friday, 2nd. Feu., 1855. An Amateur Pugilist' John Stanford, a "jolly tar,*'was charged, with disturbing the peace on the New Wharf yestcrtlay Jack pleaded guilty, but, under extenuating circumstances : he went into Mr. feykes's public house and called for a glass of beer, when the son gave bim a punch on the nose; he then, went awav,and challenged Mr. ¿sykes to fight bim, like a Briton : he was fined 5s., with which he appeared perfectly satisfied. The Dose and a Kick. William Holland, another tar, and a very tall mun, was charged with being drunk, and assaulting Constable Jumes, hy kicking bim on the shin: the constable stated, that the defen- dant was very drunk and when he took him into custody, he cave him a kick on the shin, "hut,"said .Lunes,-"I think, your Worship, the mun was so drunk, that he did .not know what he was doing." This part of the charge was abandoned, and the defendant was lined t I for being drunk. Charge against...

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Commmerial Intillgence. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

. j&ommmûil ïnttUt cure. VICTORIA. " Mr. Khull estimates fhe increase in the Victorian population for 1654, at 62,017 fiom all sources. The preparations for the Madras mail seem to .have caused a lull in commercial operations. We note from the Herald a few price«. E. Row and Co. report :- I ' "Bec/. The quint ¡ty of cattle "brought forward I th « week has been raiher limited, and the market has'been cleared at an advance upon lait week's prie 3 a. Mutton. We also notice «ome slight improve, ment in this anicle, the lo:» immediately to hand have moved off at from 14s. to 16a. per head for igood wether«:, 12s to 14s. for middling; and a lot .of inferior mixed ewe« and wethers Si. to 10s. per ¿ead. Peal. There has been a tolerable supply of calves -duiing the week, which have sold at different price« accoiding to quality, say .rom 3(s. to 60s. - ' Hor*e$. There is a marked improvement in the .horse trade a. our yards this w.ek, the quantity .offered being laige and of a very us...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. BENEFIT OF Ui. (i.OtiiK TlJItXEU (machinist to the theatre ) WEDNESDAY «VENING, FEBAUARY 7tm First time these eight j ears of the celcbtated pan- tomime of DEJfOX DISCORD/ Or, Harlequin of Van Diemen"'» Land. iLub n Lazybones, his original charaeter.Mr Turner Hailequn .. Sig Caiandim Co u nbine, Mdine. Sirebmger Clown .. .. Mr Jackson P intalo^n . Mr Turner Sprites, PiOfUaor Wieland and He n indee To couc'ude with (first lune this season) the ro m m ic drama of ROB ROY MACGREGOR! Diana Vernon (with sängs) Mad im» Cirand.m Rib Roy Vlacgiegir, Mr C Fo r st The Bilie Nichol Jarvie by Mr Gordon («rho has kindly vjlunieered his valuable services tor this n gilt only Major Oalbraith (with the song) Mr Jackson BB3IEWBKR GEO. TUKVrU'8 BKKEFIT THIS EVENING. I Mt'er' rf t'if frrb-Ktra r ^ rçrwn V'»rban * Ar iurn<r ? í'riu t r, r Mirju Donn upe . a* *tnu» «.'(ilota, prtfuftn* te coópteos ug m tun. .«.*. ~" "" ^Bút f**teiiwà Manjerr. M\ f.¡i. Matann Jb*H*SUin»...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Steamship Pacific-We are still with- out any abso.u.e announcement of the probable dd;e<of ihe departure of this vessel fro.n England. . _ ; 11 is »tated m theatr.eal adven «;meius that Mr. G. .. _V. Urooke i«, immedia'ely after the comp.etion ot hil engagements, whie'v were to terminate on the . I8t'i Nove nber, at Liverpool, to lake hi« departure in thj Pacific for Australia ; but, in the shipping , ' lil"* which have reached us by the Indian Queen, the da e o. sa ling is iuvamb y left blank. We muse therefore De content to wait for further intel ' figenee, or for the PjciÜc herself, for a solution of , the mystery at to her date of sailing. The Cay oí Hobart may be expected in the course ot the day.,

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. February 7, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

GENERAL POST OFFICE. February 7, 1855 Ship Maila will be closed at this Office as under For London, per Derwentwater, this day at .t noon. For Calcutta, per General Wool, to-morrow tt noon. - ? For Madras, per Earl of Chester, this ,av at 12. Mail« for^ydi ey, Aduladle and >wn H ver, are " irade up at th«> G n<«l Po-t « <rtice, an-1 forward d va v.elboatn« by ever» hte^m veuel whetl.cr from Hobart Town or ria Launcesor.. F. C. SMITH, 'Postmaster- General.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

Äalejs bil &uctíoiu WEDNESDAY, Htu FEBRUARY. STOCK AT CROSS MARSH. BY Mß. G. A. KEMP, On WEDNESDAY, the 15th February At Bhickwpirs Yards, after the Sale of M . Miller's proper ty. SIX Hundred Superior FAT WETH- ERS 300 fat ewes 800 store lambs ' s500 store ewes and weathers One first-rate cart mare One ditto pony * ' ALSO AT LONSDALE, < Three stacks of good hay, contain» ing about £00 tons. This hay is 1 sold in consequence of the present proprietor leaving the estate. .Terms as usual. WEDNESDAY, 14th Februaiy, Sale of Valuable property at Green Ponds. MR. G. A. KEMP Has received instruc- tions from the proprietor, Mr. Wm. Millar, who is leaving the colony in conse- quence of ill-health, to offer for Sale by Auction, on WEDNESDAY I4th Feb- ruary, at 11 o'clock, at Green Ponds, the following Superior Properties. THAT First-rate Dwelling, House and Premises, opposite the Post Office. The house contains 11 rooms, parlour, draw- ing-room, bed-room, stoie room, cellar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

?> > ( \DVKnri9t MEST.) - VlCl'Óu'lAN PKHf-EC'UTrO.v'. ^m ftllowinfi ri'tiliim« f Junes (TiIF. id "« tlilrt »Hfd to lit1!' Majesty the Queen, is piihlinhed tis a Cnutitei pmt to the Petition of John Junien, which lately appeared. 'I heit can be lit It* doubt that Her M»>j« sty «ill enii»e justice lo be dole lo (Mifloitl, iiIlhou»h Sir lim h a Hotham tlerhiied to fot»| euvale J i es, \vlio»e «u»e »No, will be Mil» tied to the Queen, along »\ ¡til C'lil 'firtdV.-I »hull h»\i jj **nt plen»ure in pro I iii ¡lui the Petition of tiny ilhiiod inn», lieliiiii'iiiu to this Cotiiuiiiui y. who lins been .mljceiid to imp1 ¡HO» «mt, or >.» lettiuii, in Vieioiiii, iiinhr either ol the "Comic!« Piewmion Act*." or luv i r the pte.-ent "Influx ol Ciii'ii ids hill ;*-.»id 1 .»hull take"ntepH w hit b w'll ei cine that these Petitions «hall hi* bimioht beb le liol li Iloiiseï* of 'Piii'liunifiit. The noonee .the queMÚm is tí 11 ii 11 \ settled between Vietoiiii mid I hid Colony the bittir. ...

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TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY The General half-yearly mooting of the a larehol lera o'' tilia co npauy »via hell o<i Monday iu the realiii'-roooi of the Et chance, T. D. Chapman Esq, in the chair.   Tue chairjiau allressel the meeting, briefly explaining the affairs of the co.n party. Some ditucultic'S had occurred, first I by an accident to the Tasmania, anti sec ? oil lly by a falling off ia the freight to Melbourne, but he was happy to state, that the City of Hobart had taken a gool coiaplem'ent. Tue Tasmania to Sydney, had exceeded hia most sanguine expecta- tions. Sim waa doing well at present, and if continued for a year, would pay well. ) Her first trip she passed £343 ; on her second, £793 ; on har third, 921 ; and her present outward voyage would realize £530. It was the' intention of the direct« ors, if the shareholders approved of it, to continue the Tasmania ou the Sydney lina for a year. He hoped the reportera would promulgate this, because ...

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POLICE RE[?] (Before the Police Magistrate.) Monday, 5TH FEB., 1855. A dear day's work. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Monday, 5TH FEB., 1855. A dear day's work. A diminutive man in the service of Mr. Mollar of the Duke of Clarence, was charged under the Home? Act with absenting himself with leave: hehad been fifteen months     in his service, but Mrs. Mollar did not want him returned ashe was more trouble than he   was worth : he was sentenced to fourteen days imprisonment with __________________ and to forfeit       his wages.     A Saucy Damsel.   Mary Green, a passholder, in the service of Mr. Beaumont, was charged with insolence to her mistres: Mr. Oliver? who was present   stated that the prisoner was exceedingly insol- ent; she threatened to break her mistress's   head with a basin, and was in the act of doing so, when withness prevented her ; she then jumped out the window and ran up the   &a...

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The Hoberton Mercury[?] WEDNESDAY MORNING, 7TH FEB [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

£ïu* ?Üdi>a?toii ££cvt\i:¿ : ?V&DXE3DAY MDllXIKG, 7tat FEU \r,5 \n| 1 vertí oC<rtpnt in aiothcr part ol this it'ir »al, which recites the case of one James Cli.T »rd-another of the victim* <»f the Influx of Criminals P eventi >n (Act-de i'rves the attentive consideration of our r»i:lers. It appears th.it ChrFu'd having, ith the approval of ft? H »rrn» Govern lent, had granted to him a conditional tirhn cn the 1.5th July, HSS, proceeded » Victoria ; ard. on the 19th D-cimber in te* sa-ne yeir, tvw an rehsntl «d a* a convict !le!»ally at larre. O i the following d*y, h . i as brought li fore th» mftai-.tr.'ik?<, and sen- tenced ti* six months' imprîtinm "it a-nl I hard labor in ¡rons on the m i]*, with thp consolotaiy remark that, had not his cha- ncier been good the sentence w nf li It ive been two yars in ¡ron?, ¡njto.ul of six months. After four month*' imprisoini eut, on the condition that the money found u on liim should be ipplied t...

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ENGLISH SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

ENGLISH SUMMARY. Otra yeatarday'a Exfcraordiaary (wth which we did oarselvej the jl ? uu^'j u( furnishing ourcotemporaries a ii the pub- lic) >viU have asiuiiatál oar reliera with tha geueral iatelhgjicj brou; it b/ taa Iudiau Queeu. We now add a few iten.» The ««mutt by lan-tani Mt wm, it wa* expsjte.1. to take plaoe on the lu o**2nd of November. The Chasseur« of Vmccnue« killed all artillery men that s lowe I ihoiuj 'Wes at the e nbrmu.ei Shell« weie poured in all night, leaving the enemy no po«»ibility of reputing h s disattei«. '1 ha i itenor of SebaiiOpal wai a ina«! of ruin! (dtcombrettur décombres) Almost all the totfn wa« on fire, and the bene gcd hai du*i« ed fro a their eilo-is to cxnngu «h the flaaie*. Deierter» had anuouncd th.it there «ere in the to vu 6000 dea J, and double that nunber of mundoo*. vi a nen and children are laid to be Ivtng un« buried m the atreett i rwrything ia neglected to keep np the detenec ; «It the gun« of the Round Fort were «aid to be . lene...

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[?]WS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

i'of a I ¿iib}« SioviricANT.-" Co niñg E/enis."-We are informed that L.i >y Ho him to >k her departure for England by the Madras.-M. M. Ihrall. GttEAT Fine at Lausce« o».-On Sunday evening list a fire broke out on the premises of Messrs Paseodd & Simms, step bi«cuit and bread bakers, in S'. Julm-socet. On the alarm bein given, the various companies in charge of the fire engines, hastened to the spot, and a close run took place between the military and police, ihc military however arriving first. The fire, raged with grea fury, burning for twelve hours, and at water wat tear et, with very little check, despite the zealous ex- ertion« of the spectator«. At |Osttime on Monday evening it was not wholly extinguished, al .hough there was no fear of its spreading further. Messrs. PhcjJI it Si n ns, vii regret to heir, are na; in- sured for their stock, of which about 40 tons of flour, 2 tons of biscuit, and the usual materials of such a trade, were destroyed. Tue worst loss i...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Our advices [?] to [?]e 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

NßlV SOUTH WALES. Our tvlvhwäf juc to Tie 27th'. To di»i let'ii* alten in i of th* ii »o'ii« with chance of » »vera tri, t!i ? bin mi r co «l i T'e m trover y i« strarted at S»mI ic.»-, the op imifiiti j beini «ni* .Mrs. C H Dexter »v'io lectured mi tin* »abject of bloomer costiiiiiü in lii^lml iiud JIh Oro isrliaui, the actress, who lecture I Hjitiiist it. r.i're ii tn iris vettern-ave lam gtri'ilirth shown in ihe fun ruvrtv, I The An i»'ern »ry of ihe colliny nccurin/ 11 the -6'lh »nas cclehrited in all ili'ie I'nr ii, li»in( kept ft i miIic i iii I iv. Itj^i tis, &..., »ere tilt* order of the «liy. Some a moy mee »va» felt by the Km lire, ni' t'ie p iblicittioii of a des mt a t from Sir C Fit/ro» totli* l>ik* of N .»vernie'.m tit-nu lie ins ti ti held som'- » ne > in'mili, »¿ti list th* Ne»» tJiM^tiiutiiM, Sir Curies d.-s u eli-, til »».eiii'it of th«- iiit*e»iii!f and refer* to ilieSw nev lierKll as 'leini on the gove tiuv*iit »i.It- in I ipi in* that excite uuipiu...

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QUAR[?]E[?]Y MEETING FOR TRANSFER OF L[?]CENSES PRESENT—Joserh HONE E[?] chairman the Police Magstrate, J.B[?]RD Win Roberts n,Es[?]s Dr. Crooke Major Cotton, amd Captain Miller. Monday, 5th FEBRUARY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

QUARTERLY     MEETING     FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSES Present == Joseph ......Esq., chairman the Police Magistrate, J. Barnard?,   Wm Robertson, Esq., Dr. Crooke   Major Cotton, and Captain Miller. Monday, 5th Fmiuuaiiy, l8 jj. The M'tgtari'tc* mel in the fit st in»'a ce t the Pvilitv Office, but a Ijoiiwd to the kj.nirt of Hequ sts' r mm, ia con*eri i mee ol tile inifi li-ilied -.tate of the former li lildinu. Hie Cli.iiiin.in tend the 12Ji sction ni he Lie 'n>iiig Act eonstituti.y Q larterly Meetings. Transfers. To Michael A k wright from J. Ro e, t'u '. li'»yal () k," Watch »rn-st'eet.-All.» icd. To Henry Bj vde i fr un T i »»as J.» t .>., the "Crían CnilJ." Ar¿yle-%tieot.-Al- lowed. To Chôma* Downey f.-im C'nrk'o Ainr worth, the " M .ni ol' ll»>s," Livery «ol-.»t. Allowed. To Jitiip Drinkwater Ironi - Hanco:i, the. " "¡olden Fleece," F.lizabeth-street. Mr. Perry, on beh.ill of the ap »li -ant, ex...

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[?]part ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

SHIPPING REPORT. Feb. 5. - Apollo, cutter, 44 tons, Beel, matster,   fron Portland Bay, in ballast, two steerage pas   sengers. Agents - ??? Bros. - 6 Pacific, ship, W Shurburd, South Seas     Sailed 23rd October,- 47 tons sperm, and 1 ton black oil. Agents Owners. Spoke the barque Annie Laurie 20th Dec, with about 30 tons sperm oil. DEPARTURES. William Hyde. 532 tom. J. W. Raymond for Canterbury, New Zealand. Passengers - Cabin   Mr. and Mrs. Cosier and child, Mr. and Mrs. Tyson and two children, Mr. Salmon, Mr. Moore. Steer   age, 1 adult and 1 child. Feb. 5. -Harriette Nathan, 127 tons, James Lloyd, master, for Geelong, two steerage pa sengers. -- 6. - Derwentwater, ship, 623 tons, Richard Wrankmore, for London. Passengers - John Ald ridge, Esq., Mrs. Aldridge, Master David Ross, John Thomson, Esq , Mr. John McFawn, Mr. Jas   Kirkland, Mrs. Kirkland, Masters G. Kirkland Thoms Kirkland, Wm K...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 February 1855

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM. GENTLEMEN-The period being at hand, when you will be called upon to exercise the privilege of electing an additional member for this County, at the request of several 'of my friends, I take the liberty of oflei a ' myself at a candidate for the honour of your suff ages, i Having lived so many years in the district, and being personally known to mosTof yournumbei, I deem it unnecessary to make any other promise, than that it shall be my constant endeavour, (should yon, confide your interest to my care), honestly, firmly, attentively, and to the utmost of my ability, to discharge the trust, consulting solely the benefit of the distiict and colony, uninfluenced by party. I have th' honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant . J. Curwen Walker. Derwent Park 24th'Januar NOTICE OF * REMOVAL. THE business hitherto carried on by the l undersigned in Trafalgar Place is re moved to premises on the New Wharf, corner of Georgc-stioct, near the Cu...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WEDNESDAY, 7TH FEB., 1855. Runaway Sailors. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 February 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before (he Police Magistrate.) WEDNESDAY, 7TH FEU., 1855. Runaway Sailors. Rogot Roga, Joseph Cunnia, and .Toda Drapa, three Portuguese seamen belonging to the Ameri- can whaler Oomulgcc, wore oharged by Captain West with deserting the vessel on Monday. The men could neither speak nor understand English, and Mr. Kilburn, who was on the bench, and who speaks Spanish, endeavoured to make them under- stand the charge in that language, of whioh, how ever, thoy appeared ignorant. The evidence of the captain' was taken, and tho case proved against thom. They were sent to gaol till the vessel leaves the port. Refusing to Work. Seven other "seamen of the same vessel, three Americans, throu Potugucso, and a Gurman, were charged with refusing to work on board, yesterday. The men said they had «¡fused to work because the captain would not let them go ashore, in their turn.' Captain West explained, that ho had oil to [hnd, and that he required tho men to work, as the .other thre...

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Commercial Intelligence. Mercury office, Thursday, 6 o'clock, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 February 1855

föommmtal îhitcll terence Mercury office, Thursday, <¡ o'clock, p.m. Î Trade generally continues dull, and since our ^ last article we have but little variation to notioe. ¡' In timber a slight reaction has taken place, palings ' and shingles having advanced a trifle, and being ; bomewhat in demand for home use: there is a good . stock on hand of all kinds; and, from thcaccounts received from Melbourne yesterday of Jhe large ! fire, there is no doubt but a further reaction will i take place. Hay and straw remain at our last quo { titions ; the former at fiom £8 to £9, and _ ' strawNat 8s. with a ready silo. Whe.it is stationary i . at 16s., with very little of the new grain coming in, ; and none for export. Oats of good quality sell ro.td.ly at 8s. 6d. ; Cape barley, 5s. Gd. : English j barley, m7. Potatoes tule from .?10 to £12, ac | cording to quality. The returns from Adelaide | (have imparted a slight stimulous to the expoi tatiou - of this at tide, as the cargo (50 t...

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INSOLVENT COURT. (Before Fielding Brown, Esq., Commissioner.) THURSDAY, FEB. 8. In re George B. Phillipson. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 February 1855

INSOLVENT COURT. (Before Fielding Brown, lisq., Commissioner.) THURSDAY, FEB. 8. In re George B. Phillipson. This was an adjourned meeting of creditor« : no debts were proved, and the Insolvent wug examined by Mr. Tonkin, the assignee; he had one child seventeen ycurs of age, a little furniture und u piano belonging to his duughter and purchased Mrs. Hill tor her use : u meet- ing for discharge wau appointed for this day fortnight. In re Frederick Smith. Tain was uUo un adjourned meeting t some debts were proved, and the meeting was ud ?jniiiiied lund for discharge) lo this day fort- night. This was n similur meeting and with a simi- lar icsiil1., the next meeting for discharge being appointed for this day fortnight j u debt due to the Union Hank Iori'102 10s 7d on u bill of exchange was piovtd. In re Richard Carpenter., This was a first meeting ; only one debt was proved, aud the Insolvent was examined by Mr. Dawes, in reference to certain transac- tions ¡ti the timber trade, and a...

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