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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

Wanted, A VESSEL, to bring about 50 tons ^^TÍvtTS,BAIlH'l,Al from cl'ni'L-l Islnnil, -r^J^^*;j}¿0'l!ass' Straits, l'or particulars apply RICHARD KIRK. Old Wharf, 1 October 2, IS 15. J To Whalers. Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, New South Wales. îî.,^rir\-< SHIPS cnn refresh or refit at tiiis "Î^fïS* Harbour, free of. nil I'ort Charges, ^vi£5Í*á&e? l'ilottijio, &c, nnil cnn obtain wood, HÛti«<»*mïw5w» ventar, Crot\\ und finit provisions, ve- getables, ship chandlery, stores nnd slops of every kind anti description : and, if required, thc service of experienced shipwrights and boat builders up- on thc most reasonable terms. N.B.-Oil or Bone taken in Exchnngc. &0c ißrnernl iUfftötry ©flier. l'or Governcssc», Tutors, und Servants of nil classes, 45, LI VEKPOOL-STItEKT. (All letters to lie pout paid.) MRS. HEX has several good SERVANTS on ber list. Orders Tor II. M. S. " Anson" punctually attended to, Mrs. Hex selecting them herself. MUS. HEX has sev...

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1 OF ENGLAND. bpECtAi- ann Weekly Meetings nf the Coun- cil were held at the Society's house in Hano \er-square, oa Wednesday last, the 16th of April. Present-P. Pusey, Esq., M. P. in tho chair, Earl of Ducie, Earl of Tyrconnel, Viscount Torrington, &c, &c. Thirty-six new members wcro elected. Tho names of forty two candidates for election at the next meeting- woro then read. PIIIZB ESSAYS.-Mr. Pusey reportetl from the Journal Committeo tho following awards of prizes for Essays I. The prize ol' ¿£20 for the best Essay in tho miscellaneous class of "any Agricultural Subject," to Mr. Henry White, Land Ag-ent and Surveyor, Warrington, Lsncashire, for his de- tailed account of making Cheshire Cheese. II. Thu prize of £10 for the best account of reclaiming Heath-land, to Mr. John Watson, junior, Land Agent, Kendal, Westmoreland. III. The prizo of £20, foran account of tho cheapest and best method of es- tablishing a Tile-yard, to Mr. Frede- rick...

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THE CONSTITUTION. [From the Morning Post, May 14.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

THE CONSTITUTION. [From the Morning Post, May l t.] Sm JAMES GHAHAM lately achieved, much cheering from the .' liberal" benches of the House of Commons, by proclaiming to tho House that the religion of the great majority of rho people of Ireland had for centuries been treated by the State as a hostile religion. Tho Right Hon. Secretary of State then proceeded to discourse of the abatement of that " evil symptom," and to promise and vow, or to go as near that as modern Conservative caution will permit, that the evil symptom should bo further discmintonancud by tVio polioy of ibo present Administration. We cannot help fearing that the " liberality" of this Minister causes him to forget the nature of the funda- mental laws of the monarchy. If this wero not tho case, surely the Secretary of State would not hold up to npprobium and contempt the sentiment of hostility to the Roman Ca- tholic religion which the State so long avowed. That sentiment is still to be found firmly imbedded in th...

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

^Ijújpmg; ïntrllttrrnrr. HOIIART TOWN. AllllIV.VI.S. October l l-Schooner Flying Fink, 123 lons, Clinch, Hunter, front Port I'hillip willi cuttle nnil sheep. I'nsscngcrs-.Mr. Joytics, Mr. Collins, Mr. Hnrrctt. Mr. mill Mr», linton. October Iii-linnean Calcutta, 184 tons, Itoss, master, from l.nmhm 2nd .Inly. Passengers-K. Loni, Esq., Cnptuiu Ilavvkis, K. Ilnwkis, II. Kenwick, Ksq., Ur. M'Donahl timi Mrs. M'Dotinld, 1 children, and servant, Master Duthie, Mr Johnston, .Mr. Oldham, Mrs. I.c Mont nm! 2 children, .Mr. lind Mrs. il aciden and titree Miss Madden's. October 15-Ship Eqimtvian, fí'tfi tons, Spence, master, from London .Ith July, with 2!>8 male convicts. I'niRpngerR-Cantiña Grant, Mrs. mul two Miss Grant's, Surgeon-Superintendent Dr. Ilobcrtson, Lieutenant Clinlnicrs, iii) rank mid file 1 llb regiment, ti women, anil C children. October 15-Ship Herald, 2«2 tons, Luce, muster, from South Seas, from America 1 -Itit September, 1811, with 110 barrels sperm oil, 30U barrels blo...

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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

TUE VANT DIEMEN'S LAND WES- LEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. i ON Monday evening, as wc noticed in our lasj, the Annual Meeting of this Society was heil in the Centenary Chapel* Melville Street, HU Kxcelloney the Licutcnnnt Governor, in the CUitr. After a hymn mid prayer, thc Kev. Mr. Mtuiton, thc Secretary, read thc Report, as pub- lished in our last, when thc Rev. Mr. Turner rose to propose the first Resolution, namely, thc ail op . lien of the Report. [Thc ll cv. Gentleman in his usual energetic man- ner, adverted with great satisfaction to thc pro- gress and extension of thc Missionary lahours, at w|ioh the hearts of ult good Christians could not b^t triumphantly rejoice, and which, indisputably pioved, that God Almighty crowned with blessings tl|î exertions of his servants: God approved of tlosc exertitms, which had brought so many hea tlrus from the darkness of sin to the blessed light ot gospel truth. It Und pleased God, Mr. Turner said lDC,-ill liim into thc Missionary field, in 1S...

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THE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

THE IIORTICULTiniAL SHOW. Tin; Annual Show on Wednesday afforded thc in- habitants of Hobart Town nn agreeable source of recreation of which many uvuileil themselves. Al- though this exhibition could not vie in any degree with those splendid collections of finnis, displayed at the numerous horticultural shows of Great liri tuin, yet no one could fail to admire its neatness and beauty. The decorations of thc room were very well executed, and thc elegant appearance of thc hoard, suspended at the far end of thc room; containing thc inscription "Advance Tusmnnia,' executed, wc understand, by Mr. Newman, lite So- ciety's superintendent, excited thc praise of all A handsome crown, worked with flowers, was sus- pended from the centre of the room, and shrubs and Howers, mostly native, ornamented thc vari- ous corners. Thc number of greenhouse plants displayed was not so grout as on former occasions, but the plants were neat and well-grown, and among them were several new ones lately intro- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

TOR MELBOURNE. (To sail from Launceston on Friday next.) -gX"ik-4 THE linc new Pucket Ung SWAN, ^«^W-Ä* U.<l tons Kegisier, William Hell, JSv'jÇAi^jtr^Cotuiuimitcr. "The utmost pussihlc. <&£¿¿áS>-> punctuality muy be relied on. l-'or passage apply to JAMES HAVEN. Launceston ^ Octulicr 13, IS I j. ) Passengers from Hobart Town, will reuniré to bc in Launceston on the evening of thu 23ril. x "CLEVKL.IXir .J- "CALCUTTA." THU mulct-signed 1ms just received, ex Clrrclanil und Calcutta, in ndditiou to his already extensive stock, u large investment of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS, Comprising Ladies' fashion ul ile dresses of Hnbrnzinc Ditto cashmere, mousseline de laine, ¿fcc Ditto fuuey woollen plaid, ditto Ditto white lace, ch celt cd muslin, ive. Ditto Tuscan, Dunstable, and DUAWN SILK liONNKTS Children's ditto, ditto, and Leghorn hats Au elegant assortment of bonnet und cap Howers Di: to bonnet silks and satins Ditto shawls of Indiana, enshmerc, Ottoman,...

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AUSTRALIAN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

AUSTRALIAN .WHEAT. A SACK of wheat from Australia lind been re- ceived by tho Council of the Anti-Corn-Law League, and had been exhibited in Covent Garden Theatre. A letter to tho Council accompanied it, requesting their advocacy of tho claims of tho Australian corn-grower for admission into the British market, on equal terms with the Canadian - [From the Morning C/trouiclc.'} Among1 the numberless commodities of uso or ornament which have been sent from all parts of tho empire to that exposition of British industry-tiiat British museum of arts and manufactures-or however else sve muy designate the magnificent and novel ex- hibition that now fills the interior of Covent Garden Theatre, there is one which may bo regarded as a striking tribute to tho exten ! sive influence of the respectable body under i whose auspices this spectacle has benn pro ! duced ; it is likewise a powerful plea for the ' rights of that remote region which I he contri- bution wc allude to represents. A suck of...

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STATE OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

STATE OF NEW ZEALAND. i THE despatches nf Captain Fitzroy have Leen published by order of tho House of Com- mons. It seems by tho following' despatch that tho books circulated amongst tho na- tives' by the Roman Catholic Missionaries have been partly the causu of a bad feeling against England-in fact the Jesuits are again at work throughout tho British do- minions : EXTRACTS OF A ni:si>ATCH FROM GOVERNOR FITZROY TO LORD STANLEY. Government House, Auckland, Sept. 1G. 1845. My Lord-Tho state of this colony is un- precedented and most critical ; but I trust that the blessing of God on our utmost ex- ertions in so good a cause will enable us to surmount every difficulty, however threaten- ing. Wo have no money, except the paper cur- rency reported in my despatch of tho loth April last. The receipts of customs are di- minished monthly, owing to general poverty; fees on grants to land cannot be paid for the same reason ; and near four hundred deeds of grants which I have signed since m...

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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 14th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OW I CK, H/A October, IS 1,5. Notice is hereby given, that the followingClaitns for (Wants will be ready for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after thc 11th day of December m-xt, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Ellen Blackmore, Unhurt, Buckingham, Ia. lr. 28|>" (part of 100 acres originally located lo Edward Lord, and sold under a decree of the Su- preme Court, when applicant became thc pur- chaser.) Hounded on the north east by 0'chains 42 liuka south-easterly ¡dong Anglesey-street (rom tlic Hobart Town ltivulet (crossbar a mill-rncc), on the south casi hy 2 chains 1 !> links south- westerly along an allotment occupied hy or be- longing to Thomas "William Birch, on thc south west hy fi chains !) links iiorth-wo.sterlv also along InTorc-inentioneil mill-race) to the Hobart Town Rivulet aforesaid, and thence on the north-west- I cm ii de by that rivulet tu the point of com- | nu'...

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LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

LAUNCESTON. October 10-Drip; Seoul, ATi tons, Gwutkin, muster, from Port Phillip î Willinm Jnckscti and Co., agents. Passengers-I. M'l.aren, Ksq., Mer- vyn Mann, Kscp, Mr. Matson. Mr. Cumberland, Mr. Cruikshank, Mr. Lyne, I. II. Smith. October 10-llrig fl'Uliam, 121 tons, Thom, nuistci, from Sydney; V. W. Townley, agent Passengers-A. freeman, Mr. John Atkinson. DEI'AIITTIIES. A'i7. IMl'OHTS. fesselt reported inwards during th* week. October 111-Per brig Scout, from Port Phillip -ino sheep, 2 kegs butter, Uwntkin ; 8 casks 1 bini beef, 1 cask butler, order. October 10-Per brig William, from Sydney .'10 boxes candles, 18 tierces beef, -1 eases blue, 1 parcel apparel, I. Thompson ; 2:1 chests tea, Wm. Williams; 13 bnrrels provisions, 1 case I cask ironmongery, «0 bags Hour, 12 baskets oranges, 1 cask citrons. W. Johnstone; 3 ensks sperm oil, llcnnctt and Sons; 3 barrels beef, A. l'rccninn; 1 case cheese, 1 bale cloth, V. \V. Townley; 1 crate lines, I. Fortune; al logs cedar, 1. Haven; ...

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TURKEY. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Constantinople, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

TURKEY. (FROM OUR COIIKIISPONDENT.) Constantinople, June 7. On the 30th Mny the celebrated ex-ruler of the Lebanon, Emir Beshir, who has beer, living the last three years in retirement at Constantinople, was suddenly seized by thc encashes of the Porte, mid without a word of warning or explanation, was placed or. board a caique, and transported to thc Asia- tic shore of the llosphorus, where an armed escort was waiting to convey him into tile interior of Asia Minor. The reason given for his being spirited away in this mysteri- ous mniiner was the discovery ol' a secret correspondence which he had been holding with the Mnronites, and by which it is said they*were directly instigated to the cominis-/ sion ot' the late excesses, which, it was hoped, might have induced the l'nrtc to sanction thc restoration ol' thc Shuhali fa- mily, as thc only means of establishing tranquillity. These letters bad fallen into thc hnnds of thc Cupondan Pasha while in Syria, and were by him brought to Con...

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2nd October. 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2ml October. ISI5. Thc severn! contractors (laving gi vpn the stipu- lated netk-e tn relinquif-h their following contracis on thc./'iüi November next : Notice is hereby given, that tenders will be re- ceived at this oflice until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 22tul instant, for furnishing tin-* undermentioned supplies in such quantities and at such times ns nitty bo required from 1st December, IB 15, to 31st il areli, 181 ti, viz. : Military MU\ Convict Hospitals, Commissariat S tores (including con viet timi GuviTiunciit vessels prisoners and others ont un>urrncks,nnd all other casualties} Prisoners' llarracks (Inol Female House of Cor- rection Nursery, Dynnyrne Hom; e. Hiring Dépôt, Brick- fields Ycmitablrs, per lOOlbs., (Hobart Town) Ilice, per lb. Fresh meat, per lb. Vegetables, per lOOlbs. 12 and 20 percent bread per Hi. All thc conditions of the animal contracts, ns published in the Courier newspaper, limier date the Dib January, 1815, will b...

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THE GAZETTE. ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

T HE &AÄE T TE. HOADS' Ol'FlCE. 6t/i Odoler, 1H-15. REPAIR AS» MAINTI:iMANCH OF MAIN LINK Ol' HOAD. Nolicc is hereby give», that Tenders will he received nt this Oil'icc, until the 7th November, nt 1 2 o'clock, tor the repair und maintenance ot' the following partions ot' tho Main Linc ot* Hoad between llohart Town nial Launceston, for a pcrid of One Ycnr from the ncccntnncc of thc 'rentiers. A. separate Tender will bc required for every portion : 1. From the first mile-stone nu UK.'New Town Road, llohart Town, to the J'ridge ut Kensington. Distance about -1 miles. 2. From thc Ilritlgcnt Kensington to thc Hridçe Wfttcr Ferry. Distance nhnnt six mid a half milos. ' ll. From tin; liridgewuter Kerry to tlie Kith milestone. Distance lihoutfour mill's. ?I. From thc IA th mik'-slime to thc 20th mile- stone. Distance five miles. 5. From the 20111 mihî-stonc to the summit of Constitution Hill. Distance ubotvt five um! a half miles. fi. Krom thc summit of Constitution Hill to the Sta...

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UNITED STATES, &c. EXTRAORDINARY QUICK VOYAGE OF THE STEAMER "CAMBRIA." LIVERPOOL, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

UNITED STATES, &c. EXTRAORDINARY Q.VJICK VOYAGE OF THE STEAMER "CAMBRIA." LIVERPOOL, Juno 27. Although it was only this morning that .we lind the plcnsuro to announce thc nrrivnl of thc Great Western nt this port, wc hnvc now further dates four days later hy the arrival of thc royal mail steamer Cambria, Captain Judkins, which arrived here nt four o'clock this afternoon. She left Boston on thc IC th, and Halifax on thc 18tli, having made the voyage from thence in nine days, thc shortest ever made. She has brought seventy passengers. Thc additional dates hy this arrival do not contain nay news ol'striking importance, and wc have selected thc only items of news of interest here. Thc cotton market was firm. Stock of most descriptions, particularly those known as fancies, much depressed. Money is easier, and thc rates of exchange 100j to 10!) J. The market heavy, nnd rates tending downward. TEXAS.-New Orleans papers contain further items of Texan intelligence, brought hy the Bri...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. ' BY thc Louisa wc hnvc received Sydney papers to the 10th October. The Imperial Fire Insurance Company of London have established a branch at Sydney. Thc ltev. T. li. Naylor, late of Norfolk Island, has been appointed to officiate at Carcoar. A Committee of thc Legislative Council has presented an excellent Report on Immigra I lion, which has been adopted by thc Coun I eil, and is to be forwarded to the Secretary of State. It is stated that families compri- sing about 12,.r)00 souls ought to be annu- ally introduced into New South Wales, to supply thc demands of thc labour market. The enquiry instituted by thc General Assurance Company into thc state of the Mary and the circumstances of her wreck having terminated in thc Directors finding no grounds on which to resist thc payment of flin sum for which she was insured, they have handed the amount, ¿E.'iGOO, to the owners. Thc great public meeting had been held, to petition thc House of Commons on thc ad- mission...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MILITARY RoniiEntr.9.-On Friday a private of the 51st Regiment, named M'Cormack, very coolly thrust his hand through thc shop window of Mr. Cole thc watch maker, in Liverpool-street, and seizing n couple of watches was making olf with his booty when he was stopped by constable Spicer, and conveyed to the watch-house. It is worthy of observation that this is the same man who some time since went to Mr. Hawley's in Elizabeth-street, on a Sabbath morning, roused him from his bed, under false pretences demanded a sum of money from him, and when refused as- saulted him; he was subsequently put under military arrest, from which he wos liberated on Iiis asserting that Mr. Hawley had in his possession money of his, and that he would prosecute bim, and after succeeding in putting off his trial on thnt pretence, never moved in the matter,-who, subsequently, when it was insisted on hy Mr. Hawley, »ns tried, but in a way, to say thc least, most unsatisfactory and unusual. We...

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COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, Oct. 14, 1845. CONVEYANCE OF TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSAKlAT OFKICE. Hobart Toten, Oct. l r, 1815. CONVEYANCK OP TUOOÏ'S. Tenders will lie received nt this Otlice until 12 o'clock on 'Wednesday, the 2Btli instant, fur tito conveyance nf troops as follows, viz. : Aliocu s oilier ra 220 Non-commissioned ollicers"! r, - and Privates, will, the usual liT"' ^"J1" pronortiou cf women and f Í^Land."'" children and baggage. J 8 Ollicers 212 Noti-Conimi.ssioiied Officers") V r ll ¿.nd Privates, willi the usual I . , n, , 'J' c , >lilaud lo New proportion of women and , , children, and baggage. J ¿el"'<ml Together with such detachments as may bc em- barked nt New Zealand of the 99til Regiment for Sydney, and fjtith Regiment for Launceston. The tenders to state the name of the vessel, her tonnage, height between decks, accommodation for oflicers, the period when she will be ready to receive thc troops, nm! nil other particulars, as well as tlio I rate per register tm» per calendar month, or tlic sum for which the...

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COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

- -BJ COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28tli, 181 TREASURY HILLS. Notice is hereby given. Unit lenders will conti nucTo bc received ns hitherto, nt tbisoiueo, every ?\Veaicsilay, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to bc drawn nt 3&,days' sight on the Right Honourable thc Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, in cxrluugc for Llritish silver or gold ! when those ut thc ram favorable rate, will, if approved, bc accepted. On suchiccasions, however, ns the sudden de- parture of nvcssel, hy which remittances have to bc made, spvfml temlers will bc received without reference to bc particular day thus appointed for ordinary case. The tende* to he (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for lilis," anil to state thc amount of each bill, togeher with tile nimio of Hie party ill whosr fivotir i should he drawn. GK». ÎUACI.KAX, Deputy Commissary- General.

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, October 13, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845

COMMISSARIAT Ol'ITCi:. Hobart Town, October U, 18-<!i. Tendos wi» bc received nt this Olhce, until 12 o'clock ni Wednesday, tho 22nd instant, for thu supply *f the following articles required on uccouut ul' Convict Service, viz :-. i Nautical Almunuck, IS IC 1 hell, Iuind_f M f ÄWTÄ - - - I vi linio, uoKi s, cart, limul ( lbs brimstone I 25 brushes, long scrubbing 1 12 ditto, long sweeping ! 15 busses, wheelwrights' G runs, tin, 1 j pillion { I 12 ditto, half gallon 2 chNels, firmer, ¿ inch i Ii ditto, mortice, 1 inch 1 1 dino, socket, li inch ! ii O yunis cloth, woollen, lillie ! i H¿ ditto supertitle cloth, woollen, dark i crimson C.'iO ditto cloth, woollen, moleskin ? ¡Í drills, breast, smiths 112 forks, table, .small ' 2 hummers, sledge, miner's, 28 lbs 1U ditto, ditto, ditto, 'J Hts 12 ditto, ditto, ditto, 7 lbs \'¿~> ditto, stone 10 hues, hrcukiiur up 112 lbs iron, Hut, H x *j inch IU2 I lbs ditto, hoop, half inch jti.'S lbs ditto, round, half inch 12 knives, tab...

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