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EXTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

EXTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE great Memorial, seeking a re lease from the ex pences of the Survey j -and praying an extension ot th«? Législative Council-signed by every respectable inhabitant in Town, and by ail the principal Colonists-con \ licet ed or unconnected with the LOCAL (iovRRNMENT, has at length, we understand, been forwarded to Her Majesty's Government, by the Ka therine Stewart Forbes. Of the success of the Memorial, we have but little doubt. Tiie value of the boon, how ever, as (»ur contemporary,the Register, expresses it, will be considerably en hanced, if it be * promptly'' bestow d. Without for a moment underva'uitig the importance of a release from the expeuces of »he Survey Department, we are disposed to attach uiueh greater importance to the subject of an exten sion of the Legislative Council. We bad intended to have entered upon this subject, at length, in our present Number, but want of space compels us to defer it 'till our nes.t. VERY serious com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

Soutfjrnt Australian Office. rpHR following are the termsof the" "íOUTHKflN ' AUSTRALIAN, * which is published every Thursday morning, at the Office, corner of Ste phens-place. Rundle-street. PHICK «IF THU PAPKR -iii per number.or 9- per annum |>aid in advance. Subwr-iber» hav« their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. ADrBKt-ftsiiBvT».--6'ines and under Teach inser tion] .is.6d ; a^ove 6 lines. Sd. per line --Adver tisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Wedueaadv; and orders to di«-ontinue Advertis* laents already inserted, must be sent tn the office before 3 o'clock on Tuesday, or they cannot b~ ?tteiHed to. Advertisements must he marked the number of time* they are to he inserted, br they will be continued until countermanded. All ">"ah*rr¡iitions and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. For F reight or Charter. * TH E schooner "fcLiZABETH SÉÔYD'UO .tons-!Apply IQ Oliver Gourlay, at J^fci5s~¿4Jathgaie*a, or to Messrs. Murray Greift, and (Jp. , > ...

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COLONIZATION OF NEW ZEALAND—OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT (From the Colonial Gazette) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

.COLONIZATION OF NEW ZEALAND -OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ( From the Colonial Gazette) ' THC Glofye is aa 8ckn»wl dged organ of tfa«* G<"«rnin«nil 'Referring 1,1 * I'^P* ^ numb i of ibu» jon mil, on ibe I*V«pi»s«l o'Ii nd in New.Zealand, be following e&tr«Cl from the: ?Glohe ni Yesterday inv¡t<tú rrmaik. " «Ve call «fae pa lien ira tentionof our readers' to the extract gi*«n in ano»< er oo'uron. from a despatch of the Marquis ..! Normanbi tn Captain Hobson re^ardii.g itic oisp sal of Und in Ne« Zealand. . * it is oh*iou- that in mont'ie« sn conHgious -as Ü w cSomli Wale« «nd New Z?a and the wade's ol' abo ir wiusi approanb to * common I- wei ; »n<t tba* if the s ule» proceeding to New Z-*«land were |»eimined to >ake posses* on o the lan « 1 timi coua ry wit Loot being made io cnn'ritmte ti-eir due proposion 'oward* a laltonr land, theil would .obtain the large supply trhirh they wili requir*. al the ex pence of the Emigration funds 41...

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HISTORICAL SKETCH OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

HISTORICAL SKETCH OF NEW ZEALAND. It is supposed by some, that New Zealand was visited by Juan Fernandez, and in all parts of the country the natives have traditions of being visited by iîuropeaiis long before the time ol Captain Cook. Abel Jansau Tasman however first made known the existence of New Zealand to Europeans. He first saw it on the 13th September, 1642 There is no evidence, however, ot any European having landed on these islands before Captain Cook, which be did, ont be evening of Sunday, the 8th October, 1798, accompanied by-Solander and Banks. Captain Cook having circum navigated and surveyed both islands, landed on various points, and, with the usual solemnities, took possession of them on behalf of the King of Great Britain; thus, according to the received iawiof nations, establishing a claim to the sovereignty against ail foreign power, a ci ai m that the crowo itself cannot lightly abandon. Captain Cook saw that New Zealand was au eligible site for a colony» aiíd r...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

CHINA. I he Calcutta Commercial Advertiser of the 14th of December last, ((ives the following pti va-'e fetter from Canton, dat^d 'bs 15lh of Octo ber, which it states as the latest news in town : - " Since we Jas had lb? pleasure of ad.tr*-ss ing yoi, the tenor ot th- news from below has bee« from dav fr» day of so V3«^n- and contra dictory 3 ciiarac'er, one dav holding on: a pros pect of an immediate tettleui-iit <»!' tba pending di itu-uh ¡es between the (^oimn-.nder.in-i-hief ami j Captain Eliott, the n Kt decl«rinj .hete i-; no \ chance of acccminodatm^ nntti rs. that the Chi tie-e have lo purchase conon and almost any other article of import untii t'iey c .11 heMer un derstand what cours ? tue îoreign trade is (ikel j to take. Of cotton it is oo»v iiti|>os-;»!e to quot the raine. The quan it> of hn'es tu the ha <ls of the dealers is only abuut 300^-in ;be hands Q: the merchants 2,009-and in til«; ii*nds r>f loreign residents the entire cargoes «i...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...¿f9 O Oto£IO O O Ashby, per bri.8 IO O .. 9 O O U..nba-, per dot_tl 16 0 .. 10 0 Colonial, per fahd... .5 O 0. 7 0 0 Arrowroot par lb.0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Beef, f »-sb. per lb.O 0 10.. 0 1 O Ditto by «he carcase OOO..00 7 salt, per tierce.7 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Brandt per gal. in bond ..0 12 0.. 0 14 O Bi an per 100 lbs.0 0 G.. 0 16 O Butter, fresh, per lb.O 3 O .. 0 3 6 .ali. perdo.0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 -b\ the firkin..0 1 6 .. 0 0 0 Bread, per 41» loaf.0 I O .. 0 2 0 Candles, «fax, per lb ....0 3 6 .. O O O English monlds . .0 1 2.. O 1 4 spermaceti..0 4 0.. 0 0 0 Burfoid'a dips.. .0 0 8 .. 0 0 O Cedar, per foot, inlog....0 0 6 .. 0 0 8 inch boards O O 6,. 0 0 7 Coffee, per lb.0 1 O . 0 1 6 Cheese, English pei lb_0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonia', per ditto . 0 1 6 .. 0 2 0 Cigars, Ma< i la, per 1000 2 10 0 .. 3 0 0 Chunsura,per do..l 10 0 .. 2 0 O Currants per lb.0 I 3 .. O 1 & Coid H ge per cwt ........4 10 0.. 0 0 O Canvass per bolt.3 10 0 .....

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum —HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1840. HIS EXCELLENCY'S ARRIVAL AT PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et roge, et omnisin     hoc sum ---Hon. Er., lib. I, ep I, v 11. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1840. HIS EXCELLENCY'S ARRIVAL AT PORT LINCOLN. WE are happy to state that His Excellency, Colonel Gawler, with his family and suite, arrived at Port Lin- coln on Wednesday the 11th inst. On his arrival he was greeted with a salute, and met with a gratifying re- ception from the principal inhabitants. His Excellency held a Levee on Fri- day, at which he received a congra- tulatory Address from the Gentlemen   at Port Lincoln, in the beginning of the present week, he was, we un- derstand, to proceed overland to the head of Spencer's Gulf, with the view   of exploring the country ia that   neighbourhood. It is uncertain when           His Excellency returns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

~ B A NK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA "DlRECTOfcS. ^Oeorgé Fife Angas Esq. Captain J. W. Buller "John Fussell, Esq. Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P. Mpnrv Kingscote, Esq. John Pirie, Esq. Christopher'RaArson, Esq. J-'hil Rundle, Esq. Edward Divelt, Esq. James Roddell Todd,-Esq. Henry Waymouthy Esq. London office, 4 New Broat«*t.,*City Manager-David McLaren, Esq. rjISCOUNT days, Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday; office hom« from |o to 4. Discounts at the rate of 10 per cent, per-annum. Interest charged on past due bills,' 15 per cent. ; and on renewed bills, 12 per cent. " InterestSràllowed on cash deposits, as under: Under £100 (if lodged three jnontlis) 6 per «cent. Under £1009(if lodged three*aionths) 7 per cent. Sums above £1000, subject to spe cial agreement. Deposits from £1 upwards received «pon interest. Deposits under £100 payable on de mand ; above that sum, at seven days' notice. - Interest allowed oh cur-rent accounts .at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum upon the daily balance. Interest ...

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SPECIAL SURVEY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

SPECIAL SURVEY MEETING.   On Monday the 22nd of March last, tbe following Members was adopted, at a meeting held at Bentham and Normans's by the proprietors of special         surveys:-   To His Excellency the Resident Commissioner the Memorial adopted at a Public Meeting of the Proprietors and agents of Proprietors of Special Surveys, called by advertisement and held in Adelaide on Monday, the 23rd day of March; 1840. The Memorialists beg leave to represent to your Excellency that by the regulations under     which they purchased, or obtained shares in Special Surveys, they are entitled to select   their land out of the fixed quantity before any other applicant. That by the present system of surveying   your memorialists are required to take their land so purchased in blocks of 80 acres, which blocks, in numerous instances, have contained or may contain ...

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ENCOUNTER WITH BLACKS AT PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

ENCOUNTER WITH BLACKS AT PORT PHILLIP. Mr. Gisborne returned to town on Tuesday from his excursion up tbe Yarra' Yarra in search of tbe     blacks who were reported to be committing de predations on the property of the settlers near tbe stringy bark range. lt seems that on Wed   nesday- the 8ih in« au', a party of blaoks.abont fifty in number, beaded by «brr notorious Jacky Jacky, encamped near totbes'a-ion of Mr. James I Anderson, a »euler on the Yarra Yarra, and j dui ing tbe«igbt plundered bis potetoe field, rooting op tbe potatoes with sticks. On th-.ioho* ing morning Mr. Anderson on di covering tb- cond-rion o' hi- p »tatoe fi ld went to tbe blacks' camp, and charged them w/i'b the theft, threatening at the same time to come into Melbourne and bave tbe tu taken op ; whereupon several of the blacks start's un, seized their muskets, and before Mr. Anderson had lime to get out of tbe way, "ne of tbt ru fir. d at bim, bat f ri u ont el j witho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

SaUö im iluMtr äitetion. TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham & Co« THIS DAY, April 16th. 1840, at 12 o'clock, at their Rooms, Kutp William-street "MlOÜIl tons first V 1). L. flour JBL 2 tons Mauritius sup; *r 10 lons Van Diemen** potatoes 10 Tons sugar -250 Bu-Hels oats 100 Bu-hel« batley 300 gallons oil 25 chests congou tea 10 hail-chests bys«m tea 150 dozen brown sherry, first quality 50 dos«Mt old port (finest vintage) 10 «tosen Ma<le>ra 25 London particular Madeira {very choice) Í42J_._J LAND. rr* HE Sale advertised <#r Friday «the I7h I . nutt »nt, i«*»os ¡»oded anti! ?.»*."* «be24¡b, in cnaupience of ^the t«rmer4aj beiag Guad By order of the Trustee. TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham and Co. Oa Friday, April 24. ai their Ru ms, Ki « Willifii it i rel, at l2uVlook, willmot rn ne rjAOWN Acre 818, Noith Adelaide. Thu I Acte is situ ted in the b«-M p*rl of A*r-hi*r street ; there is a comfortable two-roomed «hingtcd cottage thereon. 'l ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

BIRTH—At North Terrace, on Tuesday last, the   lady of John Morphett, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIED-On Saturday, the 11th ult. at Trinity Church, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, John Godlee, to Mary Amelia, third daughter of the late Mr. Arthur Guy, of Lewes, Sussex.

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

  INDIA.   MADRAS—AWFUL HURRICANE.—This dread- ful storm appears to have taken a rather ex- tensive sweep, as intelligence has been received   of its visiting, at about the same time, not only Coringa, also S?mo??ottah, Rajah-mundry     Cocinada, and Visagapatam. As regards the loss of human life, Coringa appears to have been   the spot selected or the most awful demonstra- tion of Almighty power. CORING*-" We «ere visited on the night of the 16th instant by tbs m»«t terrible galt? ..<" wind poî-sii)le. Your boose al 1 rgt-ram i- com pfeieíy unroofed, ttie trees and walls of tbe com pound d stroyed.and P. was very nearly drowned. All die European and rta-ivr bouses are i ot inhabitable, and the e is nulling to be s en fi om Corinda tu that but a b ap of ruins. " The wind began to blow in the nfiernoon of the tGib, but was nixternte till ll o'clock at ni^lit of be hame day, when it be<...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

VARIETIES. DESCRIPTION OF A BAT.-" Is*»ac, can you describe a bat ? " Yes sir, he's a flying insect about tbe size of a stopple.-bas india robber wings, anda shoe-stria*: tail ; be sees best with hit eyes shut, aud biles like the devil. FANCY SOAP. - Undeserved adulation expressed ¡ in poeiic language ts now called laney toap. This1 is an irnpiovemenl upon the more vulgar term of soft soap. VAN lio REM THE AMERICAN PHESIDENT-Mr. Van Buten is a »--ry geoilt-rrjdn like intelligent man ; very proud of talking over his visit to En gland and the English **iib whom he wa« acquainted. Ti is reina-kable, that though at the head ot a democratic party. Mr."Van Buren has taken a step, striking «at the very roots ol their boasted equality ; and one on which General Jackson did not venture-i e. »be has prevented - the mob^ocracy from intruding themselves at his -levees. »The police-are now stationed at the -.door to prevent the int ruston of any improper person. A few-years-ago, -a -fellow would...

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SALE OF LIVE STOCK AT MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 April 1840

SALE OF LIVE STOCK AT MAITLAND. THE following is an account of the sale of the live stock at Maitland on the 11th, 12th, and 13th of March last, bv Mr. A. Dodd, as furnished by a correspondent of the Sydney Herald: - Welsh Pony, 'Sampson,' purchased   by the Australian Agricultural Com pany for £87. - 200 rams from the celebrated Raby flocks; 40 sold at 15s. each, 20 at 16s., and 20 at 18s. The remainder were withdrawn-Geldings from the Glendon stud-3 at £72, £75, and £80; two were sold privately at   £65 each-'Galloway Lad,' Clydes- dale stallion, sold to Robert Pringle, Esq., for £350 - The Rev. L. Thiel keid's stock : 10 young bullocks at 7i. 7s. each; 10 ditto at 91. S<. ; 10 ditto at 9i. 9s.; 10 di to at 9». 5s. ; 10 ditto at il!. 12s. ; 10 ditto at iii. 7s. Gd.: average about ils.- lö c«»ws at. Gi. 12s. 6d. each; 28 cows 51. 12s. 6 I. ?s icii ; 1 working bullock 15!. 5s. - Mr. BoylelS's caí tie: a mixed herd, Í9H head, averanin«; 51. each.-...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 April 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...^>8 0 0to£ 9 0 0 Ashby, per bri.6 10 0 .. 9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz_o 16 0.. 0 17 0 Colonial, per bhd.... 5 0 0. 7 0 6 Arrowroot psr lb.0 2 0 .. 0 2 0 Beef, fresh, per lb.0 0 10 .. 0 1 0 Ditto by the carcase salt, per tierce.7 0 0.. 0 0 6 Brand* per tr al. in bond ..0 12 0 .. 0 14 6 Bran per 100 lbs.0 0 0.. 0 16 0 Batter, fresh; per lb.0 3 0 .. 0 3 0 salt, per do ......0 I 4.. 0 16 -bv tbe£rkin..O 1 6.. Bread, per 4hi loaf.0 I 0 .. 0 2 0 Candles, wax, per lb ....0 3 6 .. English moulds ..0 1 2 .. 0 1 C spermaceti ......0 3 6.. Burford'« dips .. .0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log... .0 0 6 .. inch boards.0 0 6 Coffee, per lb.0 10.016 Cheese, English pe.-lb....0 2 0 .- 0 2 6 Colonia*, per ditto .0 I 6 .. 0 2 0 Gigars, Ma i la, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 4 0 0 Chunsura.per do.. 1 10 0 .. 2 0 0 Currants per lb.0 I 3 .. 0 1 6 I Cordage per cwt.4 10 0 .. Canvass per bolt.3 10 0..' Deals p¿r foot.0 I 0.. 0 1 2 Flour per lon.48 0 0 .. 50 0 0 seconds per ...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS—March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 April 1840

HOBART TOWN MARKFTS -March 10. £ s. d. £ s d. Wheat ......per bushel 0 10 0 to 0 12 Barley, English..do 0 6 0 .. 0 ¿ Ditto Chevalier.do 0 6 6 .. 0 7 0 Oats .¿.do 0 4 9 .. 0 5 0 Grass seed.. ¿.¿.do 0 9 0.. 0 12 2 Apples ....do 0 10 0 .. 0 14 0 Flour, One ....per cwt. 1 18 0 .. 2 2 Ö Ditto seconds.do 110 0 .. Beef.per lb 0 0 9 .. Motton.do 0 0 8| .. Butter.do 0 2 3 .. Potatoes............do 5 0 0.. Hay.do 9 0 0 .. 10 0 WHEAT MA.BK.ET-The demand for flour con tinues st «ad y at our quotations, principa11 y for export ; and the small lots of wheat brought to market finds buyers at about last week's prices. Wheat 9s. to 10s. 6d. per bushel of 60ibs- ; fiour ist quality, £30 to £32 per 2000 lbs.

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—March 19 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 April 1840

LAUNCESTON MARK ETS-March 19 Grain-There bas been a liftie activity in the market this week ip consequence of several orders for exportation, and the milles are now busy in providing fiour for the South Australian market. Fine 6our may be quoted at from £30 to £32 per ton. Several large orders from Sydney, for wheat at 10s. per bushel, remain unexecuted-it may be quoted at from lOs. to 12s. Oats are in brisk demand at 4s. 6<1. to 5s. per bnsbel, and barley is enquired after ; but we beard of no such sales to establish any quotation as (he market price. What potatoes are already in the market'are taken off for South Australia, at from £\0 to £12 per ton. Spirits-The market is rather better supplied with rum, but the price continues firm at about 6s. per proof gallon. Brandy continues scarce, and in general ot an inferior description. Cask gin of dull sale, but cases have advanced a little. Tobacco-of prime quality maintains our former quotation of 2s. 3d. ; inferior sample...

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SPOHR'S GREAT MUSICAL WORK AT NORWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 April 1840

SPOHR'S -GREAT MUSICAL WORK AT NORWICH. ON looking back to the whole festival, it appears that the *nost remarkable feature-a feature, indeed, which «rill make the Norwich Festival of 1839 an era in the-annals of music - was the production of £ poor's great work under the personal direction of its author. The performance on this occasion has enlightened many as to the character of SpohrVsacred music. Without entering into a review of this stupendous work, we may | oint out a few of its remarkable features. The overture is a fugue in C minor, expressive - of the deepest gloom, and in which there are singular alterations between duple and 'treple 4ime, a re source frequent in ancient music, but rarely composed by modern composers. We question its expediency.; fer the air is? confused by these sudden changes ! of rylhm, without any corresponding gain in the way of effect. The open ing chorus of " disciples,*' m the beau tittil key of a batis exquisitely tender and melancholy. They are ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS—Tuesday, March 17 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 April 1840

SYDNEY MARKETS-tuesday,March 17 FLOUR-(At Barker and Hallen'«) fine 36s. per 100 lbs. ; second 30s., ration 19s. ditto. (At Dodds and Blackelt's) fine flour 36s. per 100 lbs. second 34s. ration 25s. ditto. (At Hughes and Hosking's) fine 35s. per 100 lbs- seconds 3«0. ration 25s. Wheat 13s. to 15s. per bushel. Bran j 2s. per bushel. Maize Ss. per bushel. 1 HAY-Oaten Hay per 112 lbs. 9s. to IL. Wheat Straw ditto 30s. to 40s. per load. VEGETABLES-Potatoes Ss to 16s. per cwt Cabbages 2d, to ld. each ; Carrots 4d. per bunch; Turnips 4d. per bunch ; Lettuces 2d. to 4d. each ; Celery 6d. to ls. per stick ; Leeks 2d. per bunch; Peas 2s. tc 2s. 6d. per peck ; French Beans 2s ttl 3s. per peck ; Broad Beans 2s. to 2s. 6d. ditto* Cncumbers 3d. to 4d. each. BUTCHER'S MEAT-Beef per carcase per lb. 4d. . ¿Uto per joint per ditto 5d. to 6i,~ Mutton' per ? carcase per lb. Sd. ; ditto per joint per lb. 5d. | to 6d. ; Pork I Od. per lb. ; Veal lOd. per lb. POOI.TR V--Fowls per couple 5s. to 6s. ; Dock...

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