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LAID ON. But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

LAID ON, But lime of sailing not yet fixed. Elira Frances, for South Seas, Captain Lister agent. Prince Regent, for Lot.don, to load at Newvcastle, Scott, of Newcastle, and Bagster, of Sydney agelts-n-at yet arsived. Lady Alncnaughten, for London, R. Duke & Co. F. Mitchell, and Canmpbell & Co. agents, Trusty, ship, for Lonldn, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle, barque, fos Londun, Hulghes & lHosking, agentB. Shephtlrdese,barque, for Boston via Bay of Islands, Willinas agent. Georginua, for Liverpool. A. B. Smithlb agent. Alfred, I'r London, W. Walker & Co. agents. Orient, barque, for London, Montefiore & Co. agents. Samuel, barque, for London, Dunlop & Co. agents. Nector, barque, for the Fisheries, A. B. Spark agent. WVilliamu, barque, for New Zaland, Street, agent. Christina, brie, for Melbourne, Duncan, agent. Juliet, bhrque, for London, Limb & Co., agents. luary Ilay, barque, f-r llobart Town, Spark, agent Australian Packet,...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

2,I,|Atn.0 E ]!lltlt?,lt'. , 'AnHIII.LS. 'Ja.N.7.-From Greenock, havinof sailed 25th tOctober, the barque Portland, Captain Cnsubiio, 'with merchiandize, and 60 GO,vernment ' itllrsi 'grants, under the superintendence of Doctor P1'Kinlav. Passenger--,Doctor COidell. 7.-From New Zealantl, having left the 24th ultinm, the brig Hind, Captain Jt,es, with nmrk, flax, &c. Passengers-fu- r 'Vew :Z-ea l mnders. 7..-Fromni Pis t'Phillip. hnvinr left the 27th ~zltimo, the brig Caroiln,,,'Capt. Steains, with '1 t bales of wool. .Passeneers--.1ir. George I'PrterMr. 1Vatemn.:lur. .;Urquhart, Mr. -Hnr: riot, Mlr. Barton, 'MLr. Ryley, Mr. -H.llamilton, and four, in the steerage.. 8.-Fromn ..Liidon, having sailed from the Lizard 'November. the 12th, 'the ship James Pattison,'C aptain Cromarty, witll 170 Governs anent` Immigrants. under the superintemidenre of Doctor loberts, I, N. Passenger-Recv. 1 r.. Purdie. 8.-From Liverpool, having sailed8thb Oct., the ship Arkwright, Captain Daisbrill,...

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Shipping Intelligence. SHIPS LAID ON FOR THIS PORT WITH MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

ýýji'pp ug, inttuitgrttci'. . SHIPS LAID' ON P>?NIOtLL "'rHIs I RO1T WITIi MEItCHAND[S1I. (From Ilurdi'a SIkippn Lisat, Nov. 8.) NOv. 16-Thonmas Bold,. 6.11 Ioln, -Captain Crongjhan, from Plymonut. .Ii Aoostas 201 tone, Captain It1e. I4-Willlsnt hNone;y, dt3' totta,, Captaiti Grveie. 15-Crest, i33 'itlune tCall t&is' Whartont, t8--A1ezaolr, 52 tones, 'Captaits' Iidttsy.. 0., 20i-J exborougli, a 30 tot , Captaima 1,irigggstpne. .,15--Curolltaodel, i02rtupq, Catt)14j'! F~renc t,'(froma '1ortsnontath. ~ mtiglptsd, 44J4 ,tons,. Captain 1'zird. 30-Wjodiiiznm, 153 1lobs, Caps'.. Cood. ' 0DtMormnrion, 400'tone, Captain Cleland. 45-lIroilcaaa, 8, 3s7:.tonta Captalns .Cluloadoi ii Do. 10--Potter. ,3OOtqgtt, Captasin Hawtlhurne. , 20 Ivroiburttebnry, 7a0 tone, Cupton Burnett No4. 20-'Lbou1d Uta'tspbilC '560 tditns Captoitn fluckley, witlsnitmaadindlgts.. 25-4Cbltdt1505t, ton5,i C~lttatfl I btrtgot)i t tsis I'lyfooJlitb, soti. A,'r ~r'mva' i~iccn'a Loodl.. I1r' tifp' ts47 rivN. bv.'...

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China. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

China. By the arrival of tile brl'eSounderapervry, Calitt' Siierthlor.e, from China, we lenrn Ithat ah ,engagi", Iment had taken plsce betweet H . M. . 'olagei, Captalin Smith, H. M.S. tlyicallh and Y7 Chinese war jtanks, uinder tlheeiomnand of hit agllrali who' had thile rauk or a peacook heather, in which tlhe Chinese were sonlldly;iCeaten, must of. their junks being destroaayed, d malay lives lost. It aenlas that the ' C'eilctial, lire down Iupon thall'.!Eigil '' ships, and alihouglh warnid tkbt 'thilyrdeatttiid' wotld be the jtr vitiele cons ueuic?'dji2le eominig near, persisted in h e r g tln 'lati e tt -hl.; inut met wilh , warmr t. ?eepthoti thin thp atticillalted. Th'l*re are vaiion? 'o ?ttir')idiois"i respectinb i tile resatld hof thriiidottl sohi~Mkay:tt will have tihe etrOl of'o ieinlan the tea trade fsrlh witlh--uthesr that it will lhave a contrary effect. Olr opiliion i nincldes with the, foinmer,fU1lthe Crhinese will scarcely Ihaizrd a tilal of/orceg.|th perlson, wiovo...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Yan Diemen's Land. TttI ItlAVErs?--A bountiful Providenlce has blessed the colony with a most abundatrt 4sarvest, and we have no small pleasure in being able to record, that his Excellency Sir John Franklin, most properly anticipating the circumatances oi the agricultulrists, forwarded special orders, about three weeks, ago, to the several police stations throulglhout the island, to send every disposable prisoner under their charge to the assistance of the respective settlers, in popnrtilon to their wants. until the haIlvest is over -Col. 'imesa, 2Itr Jean. CAPTAIN Il Acohoca? t..-Captain ?laclhoncellio and family sailed on Sunaday last, for lhis command at NorflTk Island, via Sydney, nod we wish lins the very lautmost success in his mtost important and humane enterprise. We liave reason to believe, however, that lhe has represented to the bhome authllllorities, and tlat, too, with the perfect collcur renlce of Sir George Gippa, that the plan cannot be carried out at Norfolk Island,...

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Price Current of Colonial Wool. FOR AUSTRALIAN FLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

l2tre (currrnt of erolonial ]11tool. FoR AU-TIALIAN FloCKS. s. d. £ 11. First-rate Combing (none)...... O --0 0 First-rate Clothing, in fair conu dition ................... 10 -2 73 First rate ditto, dry and dusty.... 1 7- 2 0 First-rate ditto, scoured........ 2 - 2 If Slcon,d-rate ditto, dry and dusty.. 1 4 - 1 7 .ecornl rate Clsmbing (nonl).... 0 - O 0 ''hinlrdrate or ill-conditioned Combing (none) ............. 0 O-0 0 Lambs' superior, (none)........ 0 0 - J)itto, ordinary................ 1 G- 1 1 Pieces and .ucks.............. 1 0 - 1 6} .unwashed, 1st quality .......... 0 - 0 3t 3)ittu, interiur and lucks........ 0 6 - 0 81 The decline in the price of German Wool, and also in Colonial Wool, since the London sales of August lasI, had led to an impression that prices, would still further recede; but, notwithstanding the unsettled state of the money market; the atterdance of buyers at the sales which have just taken place has been fully as numerous as on any former occasion, and t...

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POPERY v. The Church. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Weo shall now proacod to recount the state of alarm is which all true Protest ants have boon plunged, .not only by the Oxford Doctors,. but by the adjudica tion of Sir HerbertrJenner, in theo case of the VWidow Woolfroy. " Tho' followL ing description of the " h.avy, blow and great discouragement" which Pro testantism has received at 'the hands of this Right Honorable and Loiirndd Civi lian is'oxtractodfronm the Slandard: " We have no desire to conceal our apprehoension that, by the decision of Sir 11. Jenner, in 'the oase of ]Brooks v. WVoolfrey, the most serious blow has been inflicted on the Church of England that it has sustained since the days of Laud. One of the rankest and foulest corrup tions of Popery has been declared to belong to it I We feel convinced that this has been wrongfully declared; but, at all events, we are sure that, if the Church be indeed Popish in its doctrines, the sooner justice is done, and the priests of Rome are reinstated in their posses sions, the be...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

ENG.LISIH EXTRACTS. :MONASTERIES IN TIIE M ETROPOLIS. --It is not generally known that there are several religious establishments for Catholic ladies in London and its ime. diate vicinity, where they devote their lives to the education of the children of the indigent, the largest of which is in Clarendon-square, where 240 girls are clothed, fed, and brought up as good and trustworthy servants. A monastic insti tution is now erecting in liermondsoy, adjoining the now Catholic Chapel, for the Order of the Sisters of Mercy. The ladies who are about to take possession of this establishment are pledged to visit and administer to the wants of the sick poor of the neighbourhood, regardless of their religious creed, their sickness and poverty being their only recommendation to the good offices of the nuns. A simi lar establishment is to be instituted at Whitechapel. THE QUEEN AND WESTALL THE ARTIST, HER MAJESTY'S PRECEPTOR. -On his death bed,(ho had been hunted from his own house by the low...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Cricket Match.   The Cricket Match which came off yesterday was well attended. The native lads appear rather more than a match for the Victoria. Fifty pounds a side were the terms of the match. The innings were as follows : - THE UNION CLUB. First Innings. Tollis caught by Still --- 3 Cheeseman by Riley --- 7 Shephard by Riley --- o Hertford by Riley --- 3 Hayle by Riley --- 1 Gordon by Riley --- 11 Hughes stumped up --- 6 Bennett by Riley --- 0 Puzey by Clarkson --- o Gregory caught by Lillis --- 0 Hancock not out --- 0 Byes --- 9 40 AUSTRALIANS. First Innings. Danis run out --- 6 Rawley by Puzey --- 20 Still by Bennett --- 53 Mountain by Puzey --- 0 Saddler by Cheeseman --- 0 Dickson by Puzey --- 0 Lillas caught by Hughes --- 6 Watson leg before wicket --- 1 Cheeseman caught by Gordon --- 15 Rawley not out --- 9 Fullam caught by Hughes --- 0 Byes --- 7     Total --- 117 UNION CONTINUED. Second Innings. Hertford caught by Mountain --- 7 Hayle ...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Friday, February 7th, 1839. [Before His Honour the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

CRIMINAL SIDE. , Friday, FebruaryU 7th, 18S9. [Before li lottour the Cllief Justice.] Felix Monaghan was placed at the bar, on the olhare of murder, ntt Ilnving been ably defended by Mr. l'ltrifry, was fround guilty only ef mlan slantgl.ter, and senitenced to be worked in irons for twelve iosOti.. [Before Mr. Justice Willis.] Christopher Motby, indicted ror arson, was found not guilly, and disollcharged accordingly. John Williams. charged with assault and attempt at murder, was founild guilty, and setltenced to be transported for life. Saturday, Feb. 8. [ Before his Honour the Chief Justice.] Michael and Edward Woolahan and Francis Darling were sentenced to two years' canfinetilent asnd Ann Woolahlan, their mother, for the saime period in thle factory.) JMonday, Feb. 10. [Before their Bononrs the three Justices.] James and Mary [MChan, and Mary Lynch, out on ball. absent. Patrick ansd Mary Cailn, adliitted to bail on a charge of mnanslaghter, to appear next session. William Screveno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

AGENTS:-.Bui,?lidore, Mr.' John Dwyer; Berrim?, Mlr. M. Doyle; lrnidwood, Mr. P. Go?lding, Postmaster; Brisbaneo Wateor, Mr. Thomas llumphroys; Bathurst, Mr. Richard Jones; Campbell rTown; Mr. Hurley; Goulbourn,?? c r osph ull; I IobarlTown, Mr. Philip Smith; LiverpoolT M.ii Pritchard; Lausnceston, Mr. T.-W. Cowell; Maitland, Mr. Doe ; Patrick's Plains, Mr. Thomas'Cnllen; Paterson, Mr. David Browne, Bush Inn; Port Philip, Mr. Kelsh ; Parramatta, Mr Fitzsimmons, Innkeeper; 'enrith, Mr..Purcell;? Queanbeyan and Manaroo, Mr;.lThomas Shanahan.;W Edward Elliott; Windsor and Richmond, Mi. E. Cooffey; Yass, Mr. Edward WValslh,-P'ublished in the United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster Row, Tlnidon; i1r, W. J. yatlersby, 5, Essex Bridge, Parliament.street, Dublin ; Mrs Stain. 9, Union Place, ,dinburgh; and PMr. D.FKenag 1.egular rTraders. 7 OIt O Port Macquario, Ithe. Lucy Ann; Waollon S-gong, the Fanny (first) ; New '; Zelatidl Bayof Islands, and ,Hlokiquga, the Kate; Kiama and Shell H...

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The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Sydney: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1840. By the James Pattison, English pa- pers have reached the colony to the 11th November. Chartist 'riots had broken out anew, and.with great violence. AL Newport it was found necessary4o call out the mili tary,. and twenty mcn were.killed. The loader of the rioters, a-person named Frost,,,had been apprehended. 'Bly a private lbtter from a very intelligent cor responident, we learn that still greater disturlances .were dreaded. A Mr.'Blradshaw, a furious Churchman at Canterbury, bad publicly denounced the."Queen in the most brutal manner, declaring'that tlhe crown is dejraded-'and debiied.f:and 'calling,. poenthe, people to act with her as they did with the second James. The troasonable 'harangue was received, with " tremendous cheers" by an assiibligo of 1'40 Conservative squires iaud, parsons. The Prince Albert 'of Saxe 'Coburg arrived' at Windsor 'Castle on' the ioth October, The union of the young prince with; Queen Victoria will: most probably be...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Country News. MAITLAND.-- A gentleman from West Maitland requests us to contradict the report published in the Monitor of yester- day, that the "water had entered all the houses of West Maitland, and destroyed all kinds of property" during the late flood. The water did not enter a single dwelling, nor did it destroy a farthing's worth of property of any kind in the town. The inhabitants of the surrounding farms were the only sufferers.

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 11 February 1840

Port Phillip. MELANCHOLY SUICIDE.--We have, to-day, the melancholy duty to perform of recording the death, by his own hand, of Dr. Mitchell, a gentleman belonging to a highly respectable family in Edin- burgh, and himself distinguished by his talents and acquirements. This melan- choly event occurred on Friday morning, at the Lamb Inn, where Dr. Mitchell had been staying since the previous Friday. For some time, a depression of spirits, arising, it was supposed, from a disappointment in money matters, had been observed to hang about Dr. Mitchell, who, in his general deportment, was the life and soul of every society in which he mingled; and during his stay at the Lamb, he seems to have resorted to an artificial stimulus for keeping up the tone of his spirits, for the landlord's bill shows seldom less than eight or ten, and some- times as many as seventeen glasses of brandy charged to his account in the course of a single day, and it is remark- able that this large quantity, sufficie...

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POETRY. THE CHIMNEY SWEEPING BOY PLEADS "GUILTY." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

POETR Y. THE OHIMNEY SWVEEP[NG BOY PLEADS :. GUITTY .'t1 - Yps, Sir, I stole the broad,-I did ; But, ah I don't punish me severely, Fob I wis turned out and chid, Hungry, this bitter morning, early. * alf naked, perished with the -cold', °Bare-foot I call for work and "vweep; Unless employed at home they scold, And ibeat, and starve the little awsEEP. T'ho wateliman caught me, and -I own I stole the rag of carpet too ; I am to blamo-but had you known What'frost and nakedness can do AMy knees are:sore, my-back my arms; . .From pain I lose my scanty sleep, - And this old bit of carpet warms The suffering-little callHtNE SVWEEP.'' " ' Oh I Sir, my'm other's latest breath S'Bid mei avoid'the ways of 'vice. i.; = "' My'father died a'driuntard's death, "!In drilkingýeven his orpiau's price. Since three years old I .'m a slave In crime and misery` I' k'eep; SYouir sligh'test punishment I crave On the poor thivib'dusminvy soi sP. Filthy:I am, debased and manoo, A little ga;nblur ainda-choat...

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Calendar for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Cakeaivaritor the estfldltCieeft, D. N. D.W. JEMORAANDA. 14 Fr. Sun rises 5 h. 24 m. sets 6 h. 36 m. 15 S. 16 SuN. Septuagesima Sunday. . 17 M. .Full-Moon 11 h.57 me evening. 18 T. 19 W. 20 Th. 21 Fr. Sun rises 5 h. 31 m. sets.G.h. 29 m.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. &c. Taken at 6 in the Morn., 12 at Noon, and 6 in the Evening respectively. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

leleskj f 1 etcoroTogical ahle*. r VARIATION OP THE TIHEROMETER, &C.'&C. Taken at 6 in the Morn., 12.atNoon, ana 6 in the Evening respectively. .PEE. M. N. E. WIND. FRIDAY ...... 7 66 76 72 N.E. Clear SATUDoAY .... 8 68 80 73 S.E. *Do SUNDiY .....* 9 74 78 74 N.E. Cloudy fONDAr....;.10 .73 84 76 N.E. Clear rTuZSDAy ....li 70 74 .68 N.E. Windy WEDNESD*Y ..12 68 72 69 S.W. Cloudy THURSDAY....13 70 80 74 N.E. Clear 'Mean Temp. 73'.

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Sydney Price Current. February 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Februdrjj'14, 18400.,',,.:i Tca,,hyson skin, par clhest, £8;, gunpowder, per 10 catty box £2 10s. sugar Miurltt's, fine, poi too, ;£3-,dltto, browni, £2ý fi tl Lab; anilo, £24'tb' £20;" Ioaf, por lb. 7d: to' 7jd! ,1Iicd4','or hug. Thbs. ta 25e. 8'Ol1 iperrm per tun 8Ol~tb 821, bjiqk, porrtun;,·l£18. Soap, ,.pert cwt, cw 2,! 25s,to £2 15,, Salt, per ton,'£5 I sto;t7. ,Ale, Vunbur'e,; ppai 6z , l0 urtoi' ba1rr',£býe. 'roylodr's, per hlid,' £O' '108.; 'jrtor;,t1'ayhlr's, pliar'hhd "£0 1ug: Spirits inmbonu1 pcr gallon j Rum, s, to 7s:;ad; llrandy, 81. to pp.. G.;Gi'9n, BS d, -Wyines per pipe, Sliorr$',£O ,to 24; .?ort, £28; Cappe, £12 ; Clhuno. pidgdo, pir dozen £2 l0'£2 10s.;. Ciliot, par doien

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Sydney Market, February 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

" " iflcbitr jisatiet, February 14,.1810. FLovn.--Fino, 36s. to 40s.; seconds, 30s. to. 35s.; ration, 18s. to 26s. Bread, 7d. to 8d.' per 21b.loaf. VWheat, Colonial, 1's. Gd. to 13s. per bushel. Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Gd. Maize, per bushel, 8s. to 8s. 6d. Barley, per ditto, Gs. to Us.; Oats, per bushel, 8e. to 9s. FiturT-Peaches, 6d. to, 2s. Gd per dozen ; apples. 1s.:to 3s. per dozen; grapes, Sd. to Is. Gd. per lb.; pears, Is to 3s per do.; melons, 2d to Is each. .VqSrEnLS. --. Potatoes 15s. to II. per rwt, ; PoULTttV.-Turkeys, :s to Il. Qach; eggs 2s. Gd to 3ssp'er dozen';: lard, Is. 3d, per lb.;; bacon, is. to:Is. 4d.ditio. .-'' z , - - ,BUTta---Fresh as.; salt 2s. Irish Is, to Is. 4d; per ditto; cheese is. to Is, 8d. per lb. oBuTcnsn's MDhi T.-Beef,. per carcaso per lb. ,4d. ;' dopor joint' td. to 5Gd.; muitton, per car. case, per lb., 41d. to 5d. ; do per joint bd. to Gd ; 'pork and v alis, per pound. FusL,-rtoals, per ton, £1 ,s. . delivered; wood,' sifit,' per barrow:lo...

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Government Gazette, JANUARY 29, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Government Gazette, JANUARY 20, 1840, Notice that a site has been fixed upon for a Township, at Merriwo, in the County of Brisbane. Notice that the Prison at eorrima is to be henceforth one of the Common Gaols of tlhe.Colony, Tenders Will, be received at the Co lqnial. Secretary's.Oflioe until, the 24th inatant, for.the Conveyance of tilhe Mails during, 1840 between Bathurst and Wellington. Lists of Title Deeds transmitted for Registration. A S.8! of Yearly Leases of Land will be heldin the Market Building on the l9tli of March next. Convicts who are Compositors are re quested to report themselves immediately to Captain. Maclean. List of Persons who have obtained Tickets of Leave. - Impounded at Narrellan, on Monday the 27th of January, 1840 ?-One brindle Bull Stag. brand on the near side rump illegible, with near hind leg white, and white in the middle of the tail and un der the belly. If not claimed on or before Satur day thle 15thl instant, lie will be sold according to Act of Co...

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