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LINES. OCCASIONED BY HEARING "HOME, SWEET HOME," SUNG BY A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

U-.lvN E-S. OCCASIONED 'BY HEAHING lk IIOME, SWEET HOME,1 SUNG. BY AI.ADY. ? ' . 'Twas twilight's liour^ I'd felt it's sad controul, , , When o'er my ear the sweetest music stole !— ' y. Jt.wr.s-a slraiihfftiuiliar,- yet so dear;'. ?- Tstay'd iny irehibline breath. to briii2 it near :-— It was an air so ravishingly sweet, ?' ? ? It made my heiirthoundrji'eavy from it's seat :' Fond memory's joys, that Jong had lingering slept, JRcviv'd within my breast — I si»h'«i, I wept : . . . It's subject was so dear and lov'd a scene, ... That' Home ! Sweet Home !' appear'd what itlmd been Wlien Friends the dearest sweetly jinger'd there; Whose kindness t'was my happy lot to share ;. And they are gone, and 'time can ne'er erase' My hopeless grief nor ought such loss replaced .; .. Oh! fond remembrance wherefore dost thoji dwell ?'- '? On what I lost, what still I love so well ? - Ah ! sure fliat strain was the melodious voice Of other daj'.s that made my heart rejoice — : For. worlds, I would n...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGULATIONS FOR LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

REGULATIONS FOR. LAND. For the information of persons proceeding to New South Walrs and Van Dionicn'si Land as settlers, it has been* deemed, expedient to prepare the following summary of the Rules which .liiaMhieslv's Government linve thought Jit to lay down for re culathv'the Giants of l^ano m. urn v^oiony ? — 1. X division of the tvhole torritors- into counties, hundreds, aiid'riari.sht-s, is in progress. When that division shall be com ph-U-d, cncli parish will comprise an area of about 25 miles. A valuation will be made of tliRlands'throu^hout the Colony, and an nvernge price, will be struck for t-nch parish. - . 2.'AI1 the lauds in the Colony uut hitherlo granted, and* no.t nppropriatedfor public purposes, will, be put ujJ lo sale at the avenie!1 price tliun lixr'J. . ?J. AH »-cr«bn8 proposing to purchase Innds, must transmit a tt-rirtrn .applicalion to the ?Governor, in a certain pri-scrlbed .form, which wiil.be delivered at the Surveyor-General s ofiiee to ?.H parties p. pp....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

SALES BY AUOTiUJLV, ' ? c nv nrn. it.'1 coopeti, . . ?? - En the Market-place. Sydney, on Thursday the 27ih instant, at ? 11 o'clock precisely, without reserve, ? A THIRTY AUUE. FARM, SITUATE IN 'tlie District of Airds; bounded by David N«ii land's farm on one. side, and Thomas Moore's,' Esquire, mi the ' rilher ;.and tho remainder by standing timber ?,-fd-ont two -miles ? from Campbell Town, tin. whojc of which Tis cleared. F«r far ther particulars apply to Mr. Thomas liosCCaslleicagh-btroel. - \ ALSO, on tlic'Sil of August, will l'- sold iir the abovcraen tioned placQ, at '11 o'clock, ' A hundred and ten Acre Farm, known 1)3', the name of Pack er's ?'Farm, situate, about six miles frotii Sydney ; comprising a dwelling-house, stone kitchen, dairy and stables ; together \\it1i ' a fine orchard, with about two acres well stocked wilh fruit trees. Twenty acres of which arc .cleared, and will lu» sold posi tively without 'reserve, if not previously disposed of by private contract. , . ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL DARLING. GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DEPENDENCIES, &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL DARLING, GOVERNOR. OF JJEW SOOTH 'WALES 'AND ITS ' .' - ' -DEl'ENDENCtESi&C; SfC. : Silt,. . '. ,, .. ..'.'. '?' . -_' '?? '. ,-' v '?'? ;; Not having, the lionot of your Excellency's' acquaintance, I am induced to address you through the, medium of the Public ?'rin Is. uaon n. sabiect which now nrcsscs itself ui-on th'c serious consideration o» every well-wisher lo. the community ; namely, the, stoppage of the; New South Wales' Banking Company—1-, and, in the outsetfl will here pronounce that that event, lias plunged Ihe whole of this country into the most ex-tVemc diffi culty and distress, -lam -fully prepared that the assertion herein made, may be wisely asked by sonic of those persons concerned ' in the partnership and direction' of that establishment,' how (Ue suspended payments of tho -Bank .(provided they even niako that allowance') should have such a direful (.'Heel? hut. unto vonr Ex cellency, such a questiuiiiiieeu hardly be put, and I dou...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times, July 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times, July 14.) BUSH-RANGERS.— There are three parties out. One in   the neighbourhood of Launceston, another near the Clyde, and a third in the district about Oyster Bay. Mr.Hey- wood, who has been so severely and so repeatedly plun- dered, was again attacked on Saturday last; but the thieves   finding preparations made for their reception, retreated. A very alarming statement was made from Oyster Bay, of a large party of armed men who had been seen in that neigh- bourhood, but it is believed by the best informed, that, in-   stead of bush-rangers, it was a party of the armed Field Police.— There is not a word of truth in the report of the escape of a number of prisoners from Maria Island.   More Money.— We are informed, that the Government   has this week borrowed from the Commissariat, another little sum of Eleven Thousand Dollars ! And we are also informed, that another p...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS TO MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

MISCELLANEOUS ',-NE-WS- TO MAItCH Ifi. The Clianccllorof the Kxchcqiicr, |ni-l Imforo the PtibHe,,nii' the 10th Mnrch, tin* contents of Hie Budgut. ' 'From ilio cstimhtcs of the; yvnr 1016, and downwards, ; tin; '? Clinucliel/or of lliu llxclii-u nor draws his c-alculnlions of Pulj.'ic income ami expenditure tor the current year, as thus — 'Income- - - - - - ''--jPsr ,0-13,1)00 Expenditure - -' - od^SiM , 421 Probable Surplus . ' - ' - ' ^£7l-l,b79 Government will will in between eight niu] ii'mc ?Millions -of Exchequer Bills. Six to lie appropriated in part payment to the ]?an!v, the rcuiiiindcr will go to relieve Ihe mnrk^t- 'T|ie Sinking Fund is to be applied in future to tlm exlinctu/nVof (ho Funded' as well ns Unfunded Debt. * The reduction --f taxes consists iii tnkijig off that ])ortioa of the Duty on Tobacco .(which lapsed in tin: suimuer through ni:slap-\ iiainely, one shilling), and wiiith, it is stippostMl.will amount -tO'0£6-0!),()00. At the olost-' of the Financial Stat...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

The Directory of the AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY have had little to record in the deeds of, their mighty establishment during the year 1825.—   So little, that when their annual report reached us, we did not think it worthy of publicity through our co-         lumns. Next January the case will be different — they will have to recount the great deeds of the Colo- nial Committee — they will have to dilate on the ac complished hoaxes that have been played off — the de- lusions that have been practised upon the unthinking Colonists — they will, have to describe how they ad- vertised two thousand pounds worth of bills on Eng- land as a small venture, at a time when exchange was higher than ever known in the Colony, previous to their advertisement, or than probably will ever again be known, as long as New South Wales exists as a; Colony — they will have to chuckle at thus piofittihg in a small way, of the embarrasments o...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

COVEHXMENT ORDEKS. . 'Ini.oS'iAL Secrktaiiy's Office, July IS, 1S20.. 'rrU!°B JoVERNOII HAVING BREN INFORMED JL ibat Magistrates in the country, give passes to ...k.mors employed in the road gangs, without the sanction of 'ir -.iwnei.-™. his Excellency, in order to avoid the inconveni .,«?.. -irisiup from this practice, has been pleased tii order, that. ,,.'l\ia'.'istr.ilos be requested not to sign a pass for any prisoner 'iohmu' tn* road parly, or to any Government establishment. Llcs^tto! applicant produce a certificate froui'hu overseer, Slat in.. thai lliv iiidii i Ipence is sought for, with his cuncu rrei.ee. By , His. Excellency's Command,. ' ' . ,-' ;.-?: - Alex. M'Lsay. GnioNtUi 'SecuetAhy's- Office, July'IS,- 1S2(5. 'ttStiiereas'^mhch inconvenience is V V occasioned' by persons bringing1 forward old rhiiua for. compensation for losses, -which by an earlier rcpre wnirtiion.- iuigh£ -have) beei'f easily settfcd ^notices is hereby l,ivon, tl.nt Vici' .-ip'penj-tS.ih^Jibci'alit...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Joseph Williams, a prisoner of the crown, was charged on Saturday with a robbery. From the deposition of a person named Driver, it would seem that, during the after- noon of Friday, Williams, the prisoner, was observed pacing up and down within the vicinity of a certain tene- ment, lying, being, and situate in George-street, and bear- ing in legible characters on its front, "A. Polack, Waterloo   House;" ever and anon, he, the prisoner, was observed to half cast an inquisitive glance at the said house, and by the marked attentions which he paid to it, caught the fancy of Driver so forcibly, that the latter determined on watching his motions as closely as the prisoner appeared to eye what-   ever was going forward within the house. Driver's atten- tion began to lose its object, he walked away, but shortly after observed the self same mortal, whose unusual move-   ments had raised curiosity to such a pitch, trudging over the str...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

V SHIP. NEVVS. On Monday last arrived the brig Fairfield, Captain James Work, from, London via Hobart Town, whence she sailed the 19th inst. Passengers from Europe, Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. J Leak, Mr. Merchant, and Mr. Morey. From Hobart Town, Mr.   Robert Dixon, Mr. R. B. Carr, Mrs. and Mr. R. Chapman, and Mr. T. Dillon. Brings a general cargo.   Yesterday the ship Henry, Capt. H. J. Bunney, from Ports- mouth the 23rd of March, Hobart Town the 25th instant. Pas- sengers, Mr. G. H. Humphry, Mrs. Mary Humphry, Mr. W. Harriett, Miss A. Barnett, Mr. G. W. Newcombe, Mrs. H. New- combe, Mr. J. Wilmot, Miss Jane Tiddy and Mr.H. Canaan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 July 1826

' GOVER\MENT NQTFCES. Coj.oni.u, Sf.crktarv'sOpfici?, Jiji.y 2*5, 1826.. ?TO THE TRUSTEES OP THE CLKRGX AND SCHOOL LANDS IN THE COLONS. . HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR II EltE- BY convenes a Special General Court of the said Trustees, to he 'held in Hie Council Chamber on Thursday the '3rd day of August next, at 12 o'clncl . ' ; - ' - 'By his Excellency's Command, ? . . Alex. M'Leay. ??.''-?'-...-' ' - »P'' ? 7 ' ' ' - OotoNTAii Skcretary's Office, July 25, 1820. PERSONS WILLING TO FURNISH THE FE MALE FACTORY at Pariamatta, with such ? Vi'jjetnMrs ns may be required for one year, commencing the 1st of November next, are requested to transmit their oilers tojliis Office, endorsed; ?' Tender for Vegetables,' on Monday the 7th of August, at twelve o'clock. ? ' By his Excellency's Command, ? Alex. M'Leav. Cor.oxiAL Secuetauy's Office, July 25, 1826. rpHE UNDERMENTlONEb PERSONS HAVE ?-*- obtained Certificates during the last Week ; viz. CEUTIPICATKS. '' Agamemnon — Thomas Peaseland Arclidn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

apVERMKENT NOTICE. Coinxiu. Secrktary's Ofkich, Jolt 23, 1826. * nPHET GOVERNOR HAS BEEtf PLEASED TO -*- approve of the following- alterations in the Police1: Parraiualts— Hugh Wallace - liitsunck to. be constable, vifcel Hugh Taylor, dismissed * toi linnropur conduct*' t Appointment t'o bear date .the 13th hist. ' ' . . ??*.*? ,. .. Liverpool— Ficilerick' RJeridTth, st'ri.' In' be district constable, ' vice John Moss, resigned. Appointment to bear chile the loth instant. - Appin— -lM[u!achy Ryan, to be chief 'const able, vice John Ma Iony, tlismisbed for impropLr conduct. Appointment to bear * date the- Oth'inst ? v , - - Argyle— -Jacob WrougJiloii, to b«j constable and 'gaoler, vice ? ^Villiarn Barry,' removed to the \hinity of Goullnirn Plnins. Appointment to bear date the $Oth-inst. VValfis'Plaiiis — James llusscl, dismissed for highly improper -'conduct; °' - N ' . Uy His Excellency's Command, * -_ t- AliVx. JM'LiEAV. ** y ? i ? _i_ ? ? NCfTlCJS. STRAYED INTO TUB HERD OP MR. CA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

, GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial SncnrxAUY's Ornor, July 25, 182G. TO THE TRUSTEES. OF THE CLERGY AND SCHOOL TjA^DS IN' THE COLONY. ; HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR UERE-^ KY convenes a Sp^eeijil General Court of Mhe f\k\ Trut tres, to -io lield in the1 Council Chtunber'bn Thursday; the 3rd day of August-next, at 12 o'clock., V'iti*^ ^^F'-' By liis Excellency's Command, , - , Ahiix.' M'Leay. ? Colonial Secret atom's Office, JulYi 2.'»,' 1820 PEltSONS WJLLING TO FURNISH THE FE MALE FACTORY at Earramattn, with such Vefcetnblc!. as- twny Be' required for one year, commencing' the l'st of November 'next, arer requested to transmit their offers to this Offu.e, endorsed, '/.Tender for Vegetables,' on Monday tlie7lh of August, at'twtlve o'clock. ^ ^ By. lm .Excellency's Command, . . Ali:.\. AI'Leat. r ? i*ass- ? t , Colonial '§ecreta&y's Office, July 2], 1S26., ngiHErOOVliRNOU HAS J1EI3N PLEASED TO -'- appoint the folloiving- Gentlemen, to be IVJug'is trntcs of I he Territory : viz. ^ -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

'Jji Aiuui aaus -, v.j,^vT-f uwrore of ~ cAdfges,' we Beg^'p, 't trfiniu them, that an Advertisemeni eight Hues (o»- under') Mt lengtKf-is in-, serled five times, for Terf Shillings and siijiencc, being Oily tuo~ shillings ami not quite threa-hnlj'-penpe each time. AH advertisement? adovi eight lines lifng, alto appear nvn times, forthe^price tifihiet nsertions. TEE AUSTftAIilAJi; -1 ^YDiyEYVJULY7^9r' 1826'

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DESTRUCTION OF THE ELEPHANT AT EXETER CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

DESTRUCTION OF THE ELEPHANT* AT ''?' EXETER CHANGE., This enormous animal, which for many jears past' has been the Dj-ide and boast of (he- well-known menagerie at E\etcr Change, has been destroyed in consequence of its having exhi bited strong symptoms oi rondness. The vioik of death was .rr -'r'out' 'J '-I'tniuu xuiscuargcs oi inilSAqiry. J his elc* phant was a male animal, and liad been an inmate of the rne,nai geVie fdr seventeen years. It was brought from Bombay, where 1 it was caught when quite young— its present age is about twenty tuo.' Tim effect ofits unavoidable seclusion had displayed it self in strong' symptoms of irritability during a certain season from the first,, and these symptoms had been observed to become stronger each succeeding year as it advanced towards maturity. The animal was always kept at this season veiy Jow, and also' plentifully physicked, for which latter purpose, we were inform ed, no less than one hundred weight of salts was frequently ad ministere...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. COMMERCIAL DISTRESS—(March 12.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

COMMERCIAL DISTRESS— ( tta'fe/W*'.)'4* ' The nuiuber of ueopiethrQvvn put ot einuioyrne.iit cor-- f.ec^ed v/iihtihe .manufacturers ? of ' Glasgow, amounts to 95,000. When it ia considered that a .gri-at liumbfer ;pf th^se- hih-e families' depeniliiie: On .thtir'cxyrtiotls, afiidea; ?may be. formeil of the rriUas- of imsery^pr^vaUivfi ,m that district of thecouiitrywhLHe'thi'yvhUve^ypprb^^ fall hnclcon. In'somg or''the'distncts;a'round Glasgpvv.the. collection of the- excise ior-tlitflasfsiS- weeksJ2(hiovl(ed;a...f.r«jr' ficiency.-of more than a half ^«r.'Chfe!^isuat're.v'*iui'e.^;;ni?he,. principal defalcation ;is-affibii{!r:tl-e calictf, j)rin^rs;^ne, vvhpsedaty, .was:hfgenerali-?0Odl^did r^rcafcl^lDOOl^Jus, c«jllc'ciii-it; ?' Aiiiilheiv^ylidsaduty .iHually.SHU from, 1,8001^ to -a/dobl! whs1 bniy ssoi.* '* ??* * ** ^^r -1 * ? ? .. .. :| *?* .Though our Fiind^ htrvv faljen ,20 per, cent, .in thc':c'oiiVsi»; of rn! year,- the French Funds inaiutnin t.hi«,|)iice of i»enj-|y\i par. Tli...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT LORDS.—(Tuesday, March 7.) SLAVE TRADE ABOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

'iPEfiATJES IN PARLIAMENT; - ., .iliOKDS. — -(Tuesday, March 7.J ' . - -^ SLAVE TRADii ABOLITIOlsr , a he-Earl of iJATHUKST moved the adoption of tLc.re»oJo^¥! tions ( see House ' of Common? Delpiies, March j, in thi^day^pit per). 'lately adopted by the Cpramons ? Lord Caltliorpe said lie' lariicritcd to see the resolutions of the Commons adopted bv the nefit they anticipated. — Lord Ellenborough thought that theV would aggravate rath-r than diminish the amount of human »uf- . .?'??? fering. He objected to the measure unless government could . '' state what they intended to do in case it should not meet with r attention. Lord Liverpool said he really knew not why there* solutions in question had not been introduced to their Lord sqips in 1823; that it was desirable to abolish , slavery wag ad mitted by all. Such being the fact, he did not apprehend \\axm was any obstacle thrown in tlie way bv the resolutions, towards attaining it. It was admitted that the religious education of slav...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday arrived the brig Lord Rodney, W. Kennean from Macquarie Island, [??]th of July. Lading 120 tons of sea elephant oil.                       Same day, the ship Indian, whaler, Samuel Swain, from Lon[-]   don the 4th of February, sixteen tons of sperm oil. The Master reported his crew to be in a state of mutiny, which occasioned him to visit this port.               The ship Lady Rowena, for London, is expected to sail to- day.                         The brig Jane Eliza, will sail tomorrow for China.

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(JULY 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

STDNEY HARREM.-«-Y'JuLr Hi' i The'^iip|)ly of ^hea't'to-dny,; -though Itruiled, consisted for ihe miist part of superfine fain[)le!» ; which coininandcd.a trifl.U/g advnjicc on the prices of last^wccli. (Drdinary de«crfptions' met witli Jiltle attention : on 'the whole the avera^cis a few pence dearer, ijlaire is stiJI inclined to assume ingiier prices. . Jitit in .the sales v.hich Iiave been eIR'cted throughout the whole at' (Im day's market there »-as little variation to observe ia yaliie. Bar? ley continues steady hi price. ??.,.?? ? .[? . :O-c;' :.^-' ?J ]Vo. of bushels sold ' '. , ,-..«;£' s. fl. ; -212 .; .-:--.? - . tsottlatper Bush. Oj - 8 vO ' ^?::-'-io' '??- -'.'-, 'w;.'-.v- :,- -.-?..? ... --.;.- -s:*--o):-;-t-;'=9;-. ? ? t-6 :-?'?: ????;' ' ?-?^.'?^: ,. .'. .,*....$?, .jr-6~\- '?-?- m ??:'? '???:'-'?- ????' '-?' -:?: '-*&?%!»-.;; .-:. '?\-^'o:yJ,,^,pu ' 18T: ??' ,' ???-? ?'?- -?? ? -*'?-. «^^';!-- - .'? -.0; ?#*!.?.:. .. ''-#6t :-\~:- ??? ;?'?? ???-:''''-'?' 'r-:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

\,l :?{ .';'... J*-*FM:fcMXf- auction, ?., ...... ' §,:{/- -.._:.. J'-rt'-^^'BY'jvitiv vAvt,' '''? ????«???-??'.'-'-- pni^cdnesday|tbq(il2^&of-.Aupiiit, ;nt:eli've'ni o'clock, ? on (he ' llVrehVifcs'raUMyj/iuciipi^d^Jjy .Mrs. RJcknrc.U, jSeorge-rStreet,1 by ^-'order^f* ti?e^'prdpncfpr,'''.*\viio';isj'!froiii.; iii^isppsitidn,, about ?Icnvirigthe OJiony, -. ; :-./'- ?: : -A '?;',' £JpM 12! VA^V A CLEuSTOGK^INfeTRADE1; feOM .^j,,:p.rising^Uuss.iu-.il)cbtin'^Vib:--nH'hV^Hollan-ii Hioin biizyiea, English prints.fsilksiisarsiiot.*/ Persians !'.: China' ciajifs, v-ijricty of ' inusli»is',7 ^a'*cj??/!l- '.siiirtiiigs, llanncl^ ribbons new' pat; leihi,' boiibirit'ti la'cbs, 'artilic'iar .ilowew, :*shawl3,.^carfs,. silks, handkerchiefs-, tapes, tlircacU, atr.nV boTinets,' 'ladies' boots ami i^ipe«,---kid,%gJoTe^,^lickiuyi-,-s!;eritodrs'o3pii';t- essences^' oils,'-a)it] a I af gc ,'assor t inen t o f * o I iierfieJlFe)e,t s^.- ^...-j , ; ,., ^ ; |V-( jt r -» « ;'i'&' r , ;,.. ...

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