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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 March 1858

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 7u» and »th APRIL. lit Boat aad SW Dailert, Storekeeper«, and Oibers. Important Winter Boit and Shoe Saie, Antoanung to £20,000. SYMONS * PERRY Ban tia plaaaoia ot informing the boot aad .hot trad* of Melbourne, Sydney, Ade aide, Tasmania, Geelong, Cattlemame, Maadifo, Ballaarat, and the mining dt* trtcfa, that they hive received instruction» flam the importe». Meurs. Hyam St Co, C3 aad 85 Queen «tree*, to eabmit by pub. iiecompetition, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 7lh and 8th April, at rftHB Choicest «election of Men'«, Wo X min'«, »nd Children's winter BOOTS aad SHOfcS, ever offered to the Trad« in tbi« colony, comprising, . Men'a nailed watertight* , Do do do, Stead and simpaon'* Do colonial spr g^ed do Do hobnailed Watertight« Do extra do Do bradded do Do nailed lace do Do clumped wellington« Do- extra long wellington«, bevel clump« Do «bott clamp wellington« Do best calf walliugto is Do do «prigged Do beet short «ellington« Do do «prigged -- Do double «ole...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 March 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co's STEAM.SIHP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR. DAY, 3rd April, at NOON. Chaules Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co March 27, 1858. Franklin Wharf. 14GS Black Ball Line of British and Aus traUan Packst3,for Livevpial Forwarding Passengers and Wool to London. The ri!"H»rSWp SHOOTING STAR. 1375 ton» Kejiiter, William I Alcock, Commander, will be despatched from Melbourne, on or about the 6th of April. Apply to Kfkr, Boole & Co. New Wharf, 23rd March, 1858. 3 a 1418 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.'« Stenm Shir. "CITY OF HOBART" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7th AprJ, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CuAEtEs Tout, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, MriïV 2'i. 1858. 1518 COTTAGES TO LET, Apply to Mr. D. MURPHY, 151, Liverpool street, q To lie Let, WITH immediate possession, for a term of years, at may be »greed upon, the Futaie ot Itavonflwood.consistinz of 1000 acres; of this about 109 acron have been...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. March 27-Emily Downing, barque, 268 tons, Foley, from whaling with 5 tuns sperm oil--Passengers Mrs Foley and child. Agent F. A. Downing. March 27-Abbey sch., 99 tons. Hughes, from Newcastle N.S.W. 11th inst., with 43 tons coal. Agents Gillies Brothers. March 28-Grecian, brig, 212 tons, Lucas, from whaling, with 30 tuns sperm oil. Agent Mrs. Seal. March 28-Aladdin, barque, 288 tons, Preck- nell, from whaling with 32 tons sperm oil-- Passengers Mrs Precknell and four children, Mrs. Davis and 2 children. Agent. Mrs Seal.   March 28-Brothers, sch., 60 tons, Young, from Warnambool16th instant, with 308 bags   wheat, Agent the Master. ENTERED OUT. March 27.-Mousam, barque, 198 tons, M'Donald, for Melbourne. March 27.-Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons. Wolfe, for Port Albert. CLEARED OUT. March, 37.-Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, Graves, for Port Albert, in ballast. SAILED. March 28-Aurora Australis, ship, for London....

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. Pheseîît:-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Ljwís, Propsting, Barrett, Stewart, Kheubon, Murdoch, and Lips- combe. , The Minutes of the last mealing wera read and confirmed. Tho City Collector read over the changes ol' occupancy during tho last week, and the same being approved of, the names ol' the occupants were ordered to bo inserted in the Electoral Koli. Petitions. Alderman Rheuben prcseuted a pe- tition from the inhabitants of the upper part of Argyle-street and Colville-street, praying for the repairs of the roads, and pathways. Refeired to tho Public Works Com- mittee. Also a petition from the inhabitants of Lansdowne Crescent, praying for the I repairs of that locality. | Referred to Public Works Committee. _ Alderman Lipscombe presented a pe- tition from certain vendors of fruit, pray, ing for the continuance of barrow tick- ets, and that they bo allowoJ to curry on their trade as heretofore. Referred to the Police Committee. The same Alderman pres...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAYS MAl.KEl\á. No signs of animation aro visible in the crain market. Wheat is quoted at 7s 6d per bushel, though occasionally a very superior sample of old wheat is sold at 7s 9d. Colonial oats were sold to-day at Gs Gd, but the inquiry is very trifling. English barley is in good demand and sells readily at 8s to 8s Gd ; the demand for Cape barley has slackened and quota- tions aro giveu at 6s 6.1 to 7s according to the sample. Hay moves off quickly, loose hay fetching £7 to £8 with a slightly upward fcendency.country pressed £(510s to £7 10s, and hydraulic pressed £8 to £8 10s per ton according to quality. Potatoes meet with good in- quiry but aro scarce : £10 to £12 per ton are still the ruling quotations. Onions are quoted at £16 to £]8 per ton. There is very little movement in the flour market. Flour from the best colo- nial wheat realises from £17 to £19 per ton according to the quantity. Bran and sharps aro in brisk demand, the former selling a...

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THE INSURRECTION. (From the Friend of India, 21st January.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

THE INSÜRRECriON. (From the Friend of India, 21st January.) The annals of the mutiny are becom- ing tiresome,-.1 sure proof that our side is steadily successful. It is only rapid alternations of fortune, of victory and defeat, which escite the strong interest of mankind. The few fads of the week are all of one complexion. Sir Colin Campbell is pushing further north- ward, and, so far ¡is the imperfect infor- mation which reaches us can be trusted, is marching towards Bareilly. Sir James Outran, on 'the 12th January, was attacked by the enemy thirty thousand strong. The Enfield rifle did its work, and the insurgents were defeated with a loss of four hundred men, while the British did not leave a man upon the field. He was again attacked on the löth,and after eleven hours skirmishing, drove back the enemy and captured their leader. The Bijnore insurgents have recjivel a chsok at Seharuu¡)ore. They were about a thousand strong, and were attacked by Ctptaiu Boisragon, with 70 Sikhs, 10 ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

CRICKET. The conqmering Match between the Derwent and the Riohmon 1 and Sorell Cricket Clubs was played au Saturday in tho Richmond Park. The day was very fine, and the match elicited con sideiablc interest and went off without any accident or oilier disagreeable oc-i currence. The Derwenters speak in the highest terms of tho hospitality of their opponents, and of the warmth and cor- diality with which they were received. It will bo seen by tile following score that the Derwenters maintain their superiority to other Clubs in T is man ia. It remains to be seen how they will como off on Thursday next when they play, in the Domain, with the jjaunces tonian Cricketers. The Richmond aud Sorell Club took the first innings. RICHMOND ANO SORELL 1st Innings. T. Marshall, leg b w, b Drown .., .., ,1 Halstead, b Orford .., . a (>. Murshall, c Westbrook, b Brown ... 0 J. Patterson, o Orford, b Brown.2¿ Hayton, b Orford. . 1 Mccullagh, b Orford . A. Guy, c Moriarty, b Brawn . 1 T. Allanby, c ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

- FRAÑKIIN AMD DUR Subscribers at Franklin and the Huon are informed that our Collector, Mr- SIMMONDS, will wait upon them for the settlement of their accounts this day and to-morrow. Mercury Office, '" 29th March, 1858. r ; TO TEE PUBLIC: THE PBOPBIETOB of this Journal 'h' »*- respectfully reminds those wita have * signified their intention of subscribing -to the Mercury, and those who may desire to subscribe, that the new Quarter will commence on the 1st proximo. ?Advertisers are informed that the Mercury enjoys a circulation superior to the whole of Vie oilier Hobart Town Journals combined. The Mercury'* Books are open io the inspection of any bona fido Advertiser in corroba ration of this fact. rr Mercury Office, 24M March, 1858.

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THE MERCURY TUESDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

THE MERCURY TUESDAY, MARCH 30xir, 1858. UitDEB the head of " Shipping Intelli- gence" our readers will find a paragraph extracted from an English paper shewing ' <the penalties which had been incurred by the Australian Mail Company from February to July through the non fulfilment of their contract both as ' regards the outward and homeward ,' bound mails. These figures are quite .ufücient to make it evident that the ' Contract must have been hitherto an unfortunate one for the Company. That however is their business, not our's. At the time the Contract was undertaken it was evident to us, and must have been evident also to the Contractors, that the prinoipal object aimod at was punctu- ality in delivery. Uad the Company demanded another day, or a couple of days, in which to accomplish the voyages to and from Suez and Melbourne and to and from Southampton and Alexan- dria we do not anticipate that any in- superable objection would have been offered. This would have been co...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

SHIPPING INT-ELLIGENCK POUT OF HOBABT TOWN AttRIVED. March 29-Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 13G tons, Moore, from Twofold Bay, 2tth instant, with ID cattle, and 370 sheep; agent, W. A. Gucsdon. ENTE11ED OUT. March 29-Chesterholmo, ship, 070 tons, Evans, for Calcutta. CLEAltED OUT. March 2D-Mousain, barque, 198 tons, McDanald, for Melbourne, with cargo ; passen- gers, Mr. und Mrs. ¡Sieglet' and child, and 4 in the steerage. March 29-Eclipso, schooner, 190 tons,Wolfe, for Port Albert, with cargo; passengers, Sirs. Dawson, Miss Dawson, Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Crisp, Mr. Jones, and li in tho steerage BAILED. March 23- Eclipse, for Port Albert. ExroriTs. Mousain for Melbouruo-Fifty thousand pal- inga 30,000 feet timber, 50,000 laths, 20,000 shingles, 3 tons willows, 1000 posts and rails, 29 spars from New Zealand, H. Lipscombe. Eclipse for Port Albert-Transhipped from the Emma from London, 12 cases porter, W. A. Gucsdon and Co. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. A sail in mid-clianitel was signalled yesterd...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

.J l gale st Cleveland. * ' thomas"perkins j Hu received instruction» from Mr. Georgp Fletcher, who is entering lb« pubjic hue. to Sell by Auction, mi hi« premises, at CI«v«hmd,on 1UESDAY, 30th instant. ",, at 11 o'clock, t fTUiE whole of hi* 8toek»in.Trads, con» ,J_ .«¡»tin»? at Grocery, Drapery, Iron- mongery, Oilmen's Stores, and tit* tunal 'sálleles found in a welLaMortei country asor«, vis. 1 Calicoes (brown and whit«) brown hoi» lands, linings Ladie»' dresse« of various kind«, risita». J1 ' mantle« # _ ¡ 1 Ladies' cap«, cap front«, hair nat«, trim ming» ' Lsdiss* and children'« baler/, ne*dl«s, ^ cloves, purses "A I Print« (Cut colour«) cotton« and tapa« ^ \Men'« wearing apparel, mola sad cord , , trowser« ' f Boys' shirt«, bcltr, and cap« Saw«, gimlet«, iron and tin ware, knives \i . j » and fork« . Fickle«, «torch, mustard, sanees and «at» dine« Two dozen «¡Iver-hindUd knim and forks Quantity of glassware, and a number of ,'~, " article«of everyday use too numerous to "' par...

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THE STORY OF 1857. (From the Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

THE STORY OF 1857. (From ¿be Leader.) The past year was memorable-and history will say it was rendered memor- able by Jts disasters and its crimes. There baye been two splendid illustra- tion* ff patriotic yirtöe-JjeroinB ja the East, charity at home; but both had their origin in calamity. Deduct the tragedy and what remains, histor«' ieally, of 1857? Bloodshed in India,' China, Persia ; murder, suicide, fraud, signalling our domestic annals; the poor greviously in want at Christmas. Omit the«c points-the Chinese and j Persian wars, the menacing diplomacy of America, the Sepoy rebellion, the, grotesque autics of despotism on the ; Continent, the Bornean massacre, the mysteries of wickedness disclosed by tho| apocalypse of accident, the commercial j crisis of working-class distress-and the calendar now ended would deserve little distinction in the chronicles of the world. The new reputations that have sprung op belong exclusively to India ; soldiers and administrators have emblazoned...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

INDIA. ' ¡ We mentioned some weeks since that '? i an expedition had proceeded from Cal !! cutta to tlie Andamans. We now ! i learn from the Phasnix, that it lias re ! I turned,'" bringing a live savage from one I j of the smaller islands of the .group. The 51 native-, according to our contemporary, " displayed'such hostility that the object of the expedition remains in a degree unaccomplished. The Wanders on the approach of the steamers always appear- ed on the shore in gre.it numbers armed with knives and bows and arrow*, the latter of which thcyused against the inva- ders with extreme good will. On one occa- sion there was a regular fi<»ht, and the Islanders were treated to some vollies of musketry. Some of them are said to have been killed, and a French gentleman, who accompanied the expo II ditton as photographer, received a 9 ' ball 'in the shoulder, which passed up 11 wards and was afterwards extracted 1 from the back of the head. The shot J was fired by one of his...

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OMER PASHA AND HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

OMER PASHA AND HIS WIFE. A lion of a most interesting order, hasjust arrived in Paris, in the person of the wife of Omer Pasha. This lady is an American, from the pure and pur- itanical city of Philadelphia, who, ob- jecting to the exaggerated Orientalism | of sentiment displayed by her husband, vouchsafed some appropriate remarks, chosen from appropriate Christian texts, upon the subject. Thereupon,, Omer Pasha answering these in language taken from the Koran, the lady declared her- self no longer bound to follow the law laid down by a husband whose tenet* had evidently grown as loose as his trousers, fled from the conjugal tent, and has come to Paris to join her sister. Omer Pasha, meanwhile, has taken to himself many wives, in eastern fashion -some seventeen or twenty are said to be the number. He declares that his t He hu »luce been honç, despair will lead him to fifty at least ; and lays all this.anti-Christian conduct to his American wife's door. As usual, the lady comes among...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Inn Rech units-OiiTridsy evening 1 ist tho Hope of liuitiuuuouJ Victoria tents mot m full regiih i ii the .temperance Alliance As stmbly Kooma Maciiiianc stiect liio Deputy District Uulcr (Mt John Doyle) presided on Uio oeuision, and st itcd the object of Hie meeting lln, spieid of tho pimciplcs of lot ii Abstinence horn mtimcatm,* drinl » connmed with the piinciples ot Kcchabitisiu llioir gie it mm »as to bcuctit in nliinil by îndncnu h ibils ot sjbi icty and const piont li ippinoas, itid to woi k a ¡,ciioi ii goad in then diy midge leiafciou JLlio meeting w is udiliOiScd by scvciul of tile Montbsi s ot the Oidoi Lila liiitoiy ot llcclnbitnm %\ is ti need by ouo of thu >.p ilaufiom tliodujsol Vbiiliun donn to tlio picsLiit time, und g ivl very gio it s itistnction to those who were pi evionsly 1^110 rant ot the uncieiit use of the principl s ot the Order lue »jinpillrf ot fourth., was nivol ed on behalt ol the spre id of temper ince No poi tion ot the hum m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

STEAM TO SIDNEY, ?CA' TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co'» STEAM.SHIP ..TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR.' PAY, 3rd April, at NOON. Charles Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co _ Mardi 27, 1858. Franklin Wharf. 1468 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.'. SteSm Ship "CITY OF HOBART" __ will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7th Apr,l, 1858, at 3 o'clock. Chaeleb Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, Mr.rch 20, 1858. 1518 Steam to Melbourne. WEEKLY TRIP3. rjlHE favourite rapid and powerful ,L «earner "QUEEN,'* - J. B. Blackbourn, commander, «ill pune* tually bo dispatched from the Queen's Wharf, Launceston, for Melbourne direct, on Thursday next, 1st April, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Berths secured, and passage money paya- ble at the office of the undersigned. William Johnstone, Agent St. John-street, March 27. BlackBallLine of British and Aus- tralian Packets» for Liverpool Forwarding Passengers and Wool to London. The Clipper Ship SHOOTING STAR, 1375 ton...

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JUVENILE REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

JUVENILE REFORMATORY. The pressing necessity for an institu- tion calculated for the reformation of, juvenile cast-nways has bean painfully manifested during these last few days. At the Police Office on Friday three J boys were brought before the Police . Magistrate under the vagrant law, hav j> ing been found by a constable sleeping in a pig-sty. From what transpired on their trial, it would seem that these juveniles were incorrigible reprobates, and that one of them had even been, some time ago, charged with felony, and he was the youngest of the trio. On Saturday, again, a little girl, a mere child, was convicted of theft in a neigh- bour's house, and the evidence adduced proved that she was not only an incor- rigible thief, but innately wicked, not- withstanding the severest punishment by her parents. The case has been re- ported in our police column. Now what can be done with offenders of this description ? The Magistrates naturally feel a reluctance to enforce the law by se...

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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY. Before the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Alderman Lewis. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE. I MONDAY. Before the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Alderman Lewis.   Night Charges.--Eight drunkards were each fined 10s, being the first offence under the new Act, and six offenders were each fined 5s for disturbing the peace. Vagrancy.-Henry Campbell pleaded guilty to being an idle and disorderly person in wanderng abroad and asking alms. The Bench sentenced bim to 3 months' imprisonment. Idle and Disorderly.-Margaret Smith was charged with being an idle and dis- orderly person. Constable Walker deposed, that early on day morning he found the prisoner sleep- ing in a pig-sty in Harrington-street. On being asked what she was doing there, defendant replied, that she had no other place to go to; and that she got her living   the best way she could. She had no visible leans of subsi-tence. The defendant said, she lived in Davey wet and earned her living by washing Mr. Superintendent Hamilton said, the tfendant was one of the worst characters i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 30 March 1858

Ou Sale at the Stares ,. OP H. J.CV.ARSH&BROTHER, t! Murray and Collins Street.^. Ex Antipodes and other Arrivals, ARSENIC, CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE lihiestone, pitch and tar f Sulphur, spirits tar j Paint oils, turpentine ' Paulls and dry colours ¡ Window glass Hollow ware, tinware Rodgers' cutlery Soi by's tools , Ditto sheepshead Turkey stones and slips Bar, rod, and ¡.liuet iron Shear, Lhrter» and spring steel Walker's best hoise uails I Anvils, vices V Blacksmith's bellows ? Patent shot, blasting and gunpowder1' Patent tUse Saddler's ironmongery, q Early Closing Notice. WE bog respectfully to inform our Cus- tomers that, in accordance with our usual practice, our Establishments will CLOSE at SIX p.m for the ensuing six months, from Monday next, 5th April. J. Valcii & Sons, Booksellers and Stationers, Hobart 'iowa and Launceston. { Match 28, to ' THE . THÍftTY-ITVE «PACKAOES, , Ex "Heather Bell", ' li lllJ, J Jw (J Already advertised- by the undersigned being now full...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Hie Glencoe bungs fiom Swan Island, tho Master, Mate», and 5 ot tbo crow ot tho brig Sir William Wallace, bound tor Melbourne, winch vcs3cl was wreckod on Inwcett Island, Banks' Straits WnrcK op the Bbio Pixama or Sidvey By tbo c mrfcesy of C iptiiinTjUcos of the Grecian, wo a o in the possession of tbe follón mg particu Urs îcliitivo to tliu loss of tlio brig Punaim MmiViy January Uli, got undcrwcigli from Kiuigiuoo, Chvthnn Island, vvith tbo intention of proceeding to fajdney, tho vessel being in a lcilt3 condition, mid Hie wind blowing a strong g ile from the S W Lipouenccd a continuation of sti ong & W gales, with a beavy se i up to Wednead >v, tbo btb Hovo the ship to, undei close îeefed mnntopsail mid storm trjsail At 4 i m , n se i struck tho vessel cvrrj mg iway all lb ' boat w itb the exception of a sp ire ona on the skids, tbo greater part ol tbo bul wai Ks woro also c in led away lîigged tliu pumps winch suc'rcd ut 5 a m At da¿ light the...

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