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THE COLONIST; A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF POLITICS, COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, SCIENCE. RELIGION, FOR THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. VOL. II.—1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

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Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Colonial Statistics. MAJOR SULLIVAN'S PROSPECTUS FOR THE FORMATION OF A NEW COLONY AT PORT MACQUARIE AND MORETON BAY. To the Nobility and Gentry of the British Empire and its Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

MAJO.R .SULLIVAN'S 'PROSPECTUS FOR 'T-iE FORMATION OF A NIEW COLONY "AT pPORT. MACQUARIE AND MO'RETON To thi :,Nobility :and Gentry of the Britishl Em pire.aind itxs Colonies. TIuE great"distress that is year after year prevalent 'in Great Britain arid li:eland, partly arising firom the iniability of emnploying fully at all seasosi:,f the year its redundant population, requires tte'. serious attention ofE$the British public. His Majesty's Ministers may propose measures and the ImperialiJarliament may. enact laws .to granttemporaiy relief, bit nothing iermanient can ever be' expe'bte'd to 'be effected `until' such;re dundant popilation, can have a nmore lastinfri-" vision made for it';ini seeking: which, hundreds, nay thousands,, are continuallyemigrating to. the territory of the United States of.North Ainerica, and 'in doing so; forsake their_:: mother t-'plntry and become the vassals of a foreign power.: Such no doubt they do from the facility. they find in procuring.passages to th...

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Domestic Intelligence. [CONTINUED.] NEW SOUTH WALES TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

[CONTINUED.] EWy.:.SOUTH: WALES :TEMPERANC r ; :SOGIETY., : rA P r ic Meetiig of thiefrieiids 'of' this Society 's h:el4ld' on'r Monday dieveiiingl i't, ri. thie'Old C:rlfHous :, Castlereagii' Street:;:'he' Rev. f, Hill, iirhe :absed'e of" thI. Chief Jti ti'c?' filled -te Chair. l T .h e Ctl:ChaiarIm?"i ni.o e fiig the 1eeting, commented on, the conduct of certain .of hl. enemies; to the, cause ,of .Tepperance ;n this town, who had,made it.their-buirbsiess.to pull down. the placards .,which had been,affixed to ,the =walls announciiig the intentiori. of :thleSociety to 'hold a Public, Meeting' this evenin i ? "t?:; .The l'Rev: ; MansfiIeld :in movinig: the .first. Re?ililtion,: said :ý- e had 'f6r thl first'tiime'~the pleasiire: of 'atteiiding a :Meetiig of' th'e"Tem prirace Society'i 'he pleasutre he" 'felt ih"dding s·o, as. 0only modified, by ,thedregre?~;lhifdlt that such a Resolution?.'as the one he" hell ihi h i hand 'should .have become neessary. The Rev. Gen tienuan, thenread ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

TH?E cor.ONIzsT. COPIES of the following Nbiinbers of THa Co. LONIST are required. to conmplete the sets,of aoiir of our subscribers, and for which O E SHILLING each will be pnaidon application at the office :-N'os.:1', 6 7; 8,9, 10,12, 13, 40; 41, 42; 43, 45, 'andi46:. ' Per" sons wishing: any.. particular. numbers, of. TiE Cb-. LONIST, or a complete set,. are requested to make earlyapplication. TO CLOsa SUNDrY CO.NISzGNlm NTS. -0- To be Sold by ;uction, BY Mst.. Sa1mtralz LYONS, Od 'Wednesday, 13th Instant, At: the St?oes'- "f Messrs. John Lamb and Co. Castlereagh; Street, at 11 O'clock precisely. rWO Trunks Ladies' and Gentlemen's Slippers 8:13ales Printing Paper 11 Casks Black.and, Red luk '2 Bales .Wool-bagging. 6 Pieces. Tarpaulin Canvas . '20 Boxes.Black Lead . 20 Bags Patna Rice, 18 Hhds. Hodgson's celebrated'Pale Ale. 6 lihds,' Taylor's ditto 14 Hhd4. Ind and Smith's Brown Stout. TERMS' mude 'kiown al the time of Sale. TO NEWLY AXRZVED EMZ -GARANTS AND- OTHKEDS -0 Grants fr...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

LIFE.ANND EIRJ~.1N SU1A R C E COMPANY. Lrh our. 1ast nnumber, we, stated t'at.a.Company of the Bbove, descripiion was in coutenla?,tion, and. that we hoped to be, able to announce officially this week that it was fo6med. We liaý/e not.been disappointed in our wishes, althoughi:we aie: not at liberty at present to publish the- names-ot the :many highly respectable Individuals :'who" have given it' their support The Prosliectus, however; is in 'the, the 'hands of the printer;,and'will: appear. ina; day or two, under .such patronage as mustminsure:its, speedy, success ? .:.: In, a,,pecuniary point of view, it is undo.ubtedly a,fact that Life Insurances are more. profitable, than, any other ;. as :a,proof of, this, look, at, the, ".Equitable," the " ' estminster,"- indeed the ,l-hole. Life In surance Companies at home.. The Company is ad mirably calculatied in another way to- prove hIighly beneficial to the community, namely, in soothing the Iist ino'mentds.ofni`'dying, parent by the as...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 26TH ULTIMO TO THE 2ND INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM TIE 26TI UZTIMO TO THE 2ND INJSTArT,' - ' 'INCI USIVE. DECEMBER 28.-*-Minerva;,(shilp), 3 27 `tons, Gray, master,,from,Lpadon, W. Walker and-Co., agents; 110 cases 126Qbales.19 casks 1. carboy British' 'goods, WV. Walker andiCo.'; 50 liogsheads porter, 21 casks malt,'Neiwhain and Toodth'; 60 hogshleads 75' casks bottled-bedr, John`Tooth; 1 case B3ritisli goods, W.: I-I.,.:Duton;.1.:case British .goods. J. -lughes* 68 casks rum,.20 casks wine,- 2- casks ginger,. 25 bales 27 cases British goods, Marsden and 'Co.; 4' ciisks refined, sugar, 10 bales 2 cases B,ritish goods; C. and F. Wilson; 65 cases flint'glass, 3 casks chairs 7 chain.'cables; R.-Jones, ad Co. ; .1 case apparel, 1 case rocking .horse, Jolhn Lamb and Co.; 4, cases British goods, Miss A. Lewis; 20 cases 9 bales .cot tons, haberdashery; &c., C. Appleton 'and Co.; 9 boxes' crown glass, C...Beilby: .3 cases cement .and moiulds,;50 casks cement, 1 cask hardware, 1 :cask saltpetre, 1 basket turpen...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

SPRZNTZNI G. T THE COLONIST. OFF.IE; Printing of eve? r'y d9cription is executed with aneatss, ec-0 .q"?my, pUnctiFality,,and despatch.: ý1 iIE ver:yIextensive,; respec tabic?c,.;i, rapidly in ':creasing. circulation. of. THE COLONxiT,,sr ederr, 4 Ip ary: de irablI for the insertion of ad~'ertisements. ,ICE ýTE11R)8' OF -SUBSCRIPiTION for this =' ogUp.al, whi h Pililished .evgr?'-HPI,.RS Y:])Y., Morning, are Six: Slillinig ,, d. ixpehice paer l!er.' w 'ether? delivered in Sydneyr, forwarded. pst: . r . .......... ... 9:'r . YTE 'VIS JO'R ADVER,TUISMENTS' dre fo6rEight lines and ,.under, Two Shillings .and: Sipende,' aid pne. pennyv foreveryline above eeight' for eah insertion. ',This'Day is 'Pubished, ,,Price: is. 6d. ad' may? be S iha of all Booksellers., TH.E :RUE GLORY .OF A', .CHITISNI CIJIT. H: Breached. atithe opening of.S't Ardrew's, pr;,l fe 'cots li: clh4. :loba.rt 'Town, ,Van TDiemanrs.:,Land, on at } Nv rner 5l, 1835;"'by Joi SdDikior: E :ANG,. :' Mi., ;MiniStter fth.eSco...

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Literature and Science. SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. THIE following description of a " human sale" is taken from Mr. Arfwedson's travels in the United States, just published. It is not for us to " deal damnation round the land," or, speaking with the feelings excited by the perusal of this narra tive, we should say, that if the dealers in human beings escape punishment in this world, they will assuredly meet with it in the next : *The traveller : attended! a. slave auction at Rich. mond, where among other tempting lots, were,' Betsy, a ,negro woman, 23 years of age, with her child, Caesar, three years old, a good. cook, understands washing and ironing, and' warranted sound.' . Of the slaves exposed for sale,, the only one who appeared fo feel her degraded situation was poor Betsy..' Her eyes' were constantly fixed on her infant t; and if at times she lifted them tip, it was at the corimatiding request of some buyer, desirous of ascertaining' if they were strong enough to support work night and day; iUit t...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. JANUARY 14. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS.S JANUARY 14. [COMFILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. S; SPZlZTS, in bond. : , £ ,. d; £ a? ,, Brandy,'First Quality, per gallon .. 0' 4 6 a a' o 0 Second ditto...'.......... 0 '3 0 .. 8',"!a Rum,.B.P., proo ................ 0 2 6 .. 2 Rum, Strong, 30 O.P............;.. 0 3 3 .. 0 3 ' American, ditto. ...:.:... 0 1 0 .' 0 1- 3. Isle of France, ditto0 ....0..,. 0 1 0 .. 0 1 3. Gin, untinged ..0........,.:..... o' 3 2.. 0 O 4 ' "Straw coloured-· :.."::"...: .' 0 2" 0 .. 0 2 6 S Case, 4 gallons; ...- ; . 1.: ... . :0 .. 1 4 V 'WZNES. Port, best, per:piper.; ...... . 35. 0 0 ..50 0 0 S , er dozen.:. ..... 110 0 .. 1 15 0 Good, per. pipe . 30 0 0 ..36 0 .0 Sherry, best;: per butt ;;.. ..'....;';; 0 0 0 ..50' 0 ,Per dozen.. ..'::.... ~1 50 .. 1 10 ,s adeira; per pipe, ..::.....:::... 30 0 0 ..45 '0 O Per dozen . ?......' . 1 5 0 .. 1'0"o' Tenerilffe, per pipe.. . ..;...':..:.'.'17 0 Q ..21 0"?:0 Per dozen '......'.. . ,0 15 0.. I .'0 6. Cape, Company's best, 110 ga...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. VEETABsLE:.-Potatoes,' 14s. per cwt:.. 'ahbbages, 2d. each. Brocoli, 3d. each. Carrots rnd Turnips, 3d. per bunch. Ouions,,2d. per lb. `Celery 3d. per bunch, French beans, Is. 6d. per ~eck. iroad do Is. 6d. per ditto. Cucumbers, 3d. to 4d. each. Fruit-prices much the same as on' Friday Poultry -Fowls, 4s. to '5s. per couple. Ducks, 5s. to 6s. per ditto. Geese, 9s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. per do: Tur keys, 10s. 6d. to 1 s. 6d. per do.. Eggs, is. 9d to 2s. per dozen. Salt butter, ls. 8d: to 2s. per lb. Fresh ditto, 2s., 6d. per lb. Cheese,. '8d. to 9d. per Ilb. Salt pork, 8d..per ditto. Hams, Is. to ls. Id. per lb. Soap and candles, 8d. per lb. Bread, per 21b. loaf, 4Ad. Butchers' meat-Beef and mutton 'per carcase,' 2{ , to 3d. per lb.; ditto' per joint, 3d. to' 4d. per lb.; veal, 7d. per ditto ; pork. 8d. per ll . Hay--best oaten, £12 to £1 4 per ton ; natural grass, £10' to £12 per ton.. Maize, 7s. 6d.'per bushel. Oats, 4s. 6d. per bushel. Barley, 5s. 6d. per bushel. Wh...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. VEETABLES-Potatoes, , 12s., to 14s. per, cwt. Cabr bages,,2d., to,3d. each. Brocoli, 3d. each. i Turhips and; Carrots, 3d..,per, bunch. Onions, 2d. per lb. .Cucumbers,. 2d. to ..3d. each. Parsnips, 3d. per bunch.;: Celery;: 3d. per ditto; Broad Beans, Is. 6d. per peck. French ditto, ls. 6d. per ditto. Fruit Apricots, 6d. per dozen. Peaches, Id. to 6d. per ditto. Pluims, 4d. to 8d. per ditto. Green Gages, ,1s.6d. per ditto. Apples, Id. to 12d. perditto. Pears, 3d.'to 6?. per ditto. Oranges, Is. Gd. to 2s. Gd. per ditto.' "Lemions, 6d: to Is. per ditto. Mulberries, 6d.per quart. Poultry-Fowls, 4s.to 5s. per couple. Ducks, 5s. to 6s. per ditto. Geese, 9s. to 10s. per ditto: Turkies, 10s. to ls. per ditto. Eggs, 2s. per dozen. Salt butter, is. Gd. to 2s.per lb. Fresh,do. 2s. 6d. per ditto. Cheese, 8d. to 10d. per ditto. Butchers' meat-Beef and MIutton, per. carcase, 21d. to'21d. per lb. Best oaten hay, 141. to 161. per ton. Natural grass, 121. 'to 141. per ditto. Maiz...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand ,2nd January, 1836-B.P,. rum; 142 ,64?,7gallons; brandy, 37,870 gallons, ;gi, 32,745 ; gallons; other .spirits, 15,331 , gallons; to bacco,i 09,024 pounds. i: Receivedduring the week--B. P.; ruim, '6782" gal lons; lirandy, 870 gallons; gin,-104 alns other spirits, n.il; tobacco, 7433,pounds. .'. Delivered for' home' consumpti6i?'- Pii rum :4363 gallons; brandy,. 866 gallons; gin, gal Ilons;, other Spirits, .,119,. gallons; tob'acco' '2516 pounds.,, '. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rumn, 62: gal lons; brandy, 34, gallons; gin, nil; other spirits, 4 :gallon6ss; tobacco, 248 pounds. Stock.on hand, 9th instt--B.P., rum, 145,004 gallons; brandy, 37,840 gallons; gin, 32,502:;ga! lons; other spirits 15,208 gallons; tobaccoi 1;13,693; pounds.. .,. . .

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ` '? C's Kletter 'was received too late for insertion in thi; iswkzb~r

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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 2ND TO THE 9TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

IMIP ORTS..:. -REPORTS FROM THE 2ND TO THE 9TH 2:NSTANT, JANUARY 2.--Salacia (brig), 296 itons, iMann,' mas ter; fromi London, S. A. Bryant aind Co. agents; 16 cases stationery, 1 case books, 'G.W. Evans; 28 caisks: iine, 1 case IraysI, Betts, Brothdrs; 1 case ap parel, Campbell and Co.; 7 .'casl~s wine, Cololiel ,umaresq; i c.ase ap;iotlecaries, 'C.A.' Wrner; I c clothing, case. hardware, D. 'Peden ; 2 balds 3-cases 2 casks hosiery, Martyn and Co.; 10 puncli riis :20'hogsheads rum, 13 cases cheese, 3 casks hams 3 cases millinery, 1 case drugs, A. B. Smith afnd Co..; 1'~ cieicuoice, 1 bag cloves, 1 bag carrawayseeds, i case capsia, 1 bag ginger, 6 cases 99casks '13 jars apothecaries, 1 case perfumery,' 1 case .nk,:. 'cases 4 cans oil, 7 cans turps, 4 cans varnish, 1. case rotton stone, I keg oilman's stores, B. Clayton; 17 cases glash, J. F. Church; 4 cases books, J. Paul; 11 casks malt, Newnham and Tooth ; 170.boxes 7 casks glass, 105 bags nails, 2 cases musical instruments, 2 hogs...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Domestic Intelligence. CONVICT DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

S. ý: itom ttc *ntsIgele. , ý.CO 'ICT .DISCIPLINE..,, SW .flnsert '.tjie ,"following extract : of, .a.-1etter red, ceiedil byyi aTespectab eicorrmspondent: and 'sub sotrbeid. frton a.gentIemanwh&ol hiinsi been minore th-nor ty'y: r s magistrate in !three { countieslofj theA p9St ppIisrdistrict p rngla , I En n el: yW~en you do Inc the Honour to write again, I eI1i'11?' beobliged by any account which you can conveniently give of the convicts? what hardships they, or some of them, undergo; as I understand the capitally'con= demned are.now to be treated very differently from those who are, transported for minor offences:. I. want to show our rascally thieves here, in terrorem, wliat they :are to expect, for till now the accounts 'ent home: of their"happy situation have acted as a biounty upon theft and burglary. As an instance--, one of .the young men who broke into; Mr. S--m's liouse, named F ', and who, wvitli some others, were left for execution, though afterwards' reprieved...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

DEPARTURES. January 7.-S'qphiaJane .and Tamar (steamers). for Newcastle'! , - : , " 7.--.Matchless (brig), for Hobart Town; via New castle 10.-Lotus (ship), Summerson,, fo? Java., ,.:: 11i.-Blackbird (schooner); Crook, for ;Jarvis' ,Bay..'......- : - . I

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THE COMMISSION TO NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

HE COMMISSION TO NOREOLKTISLAND:, THE Government ,schooner Isabella, -returned fromi Norf6Ilk Island .on Tuesday~ last, ,having on. board" II .'Pinkett andi;the, C?ommission ,sent' down .to .that Island. ji,: There were.only two cases 'cam?obeforeeithe:,Court, one a,:case, of murdei'; and the other an,attempt'to:murder. .Both' were' found guilty, .and: suffered 'deathl pursuant ^to their sentt le, .before.: ,th'le departare - of-.'the Isabella. Several. Other, prisoners had been:com; mitted to take, their. trial by the Local 'Court, for; minor .offeneS ; ; the 'Crown Solicitor, howevere declined fproeeeding: against them, ,referring them to the Local .authorities to 'be: sunimarily dealt Wiih.? fihe pasge,? both to and fromi Norfolk: Island was rath tormy... '

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ADVICE TO A LITERARY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

: ADVICE TO A LITERARY MANi: [nsFRoM DR ". SYNTARX']s o?t" "CORRUPTION, Fraud, and Envy wait,' At the proud Statesman's crowded gate; : There'fiwning Flattery wins' its y;: .' T: here, the base passions join the. fra 7y," : "'' ,Like' beasts that on each other prey;.; While the smile hides each traitorous heart, And Interest plays a Proteus part. You've too much virtue, my good friend, SYour talents and your time to lend, To such a power, for such an end. 'You've too m!uch honest pride to be A scribbler to the .Treasury, "'Where you must wait the laggi?fhour' '.And cringe toiniages of poweF?; ! -: . Ad To men in olice, upstart elves, ' Who think 'oflittle but,themselves.; Thin.swll uot do my learied friend, ,,. You;miust to better things attend: . . All 'thoughts of .Down ing Streetforr·ego And stick tb Paternoster Row.

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HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

[FROM' TlHE HOBART TOWN COUIEP.R, .JANUAUY l1.] THiE, accounts .received by., the present topportunity from Swan Rliver, are far fiom, encouragng. Tihough thie newspaper gives a favourable report of the new.:cointry,.-whic~i : ias li~en explored by, the Governor in person,, ,private *accounts give a lamentable picture of the individual. distress endured] by many respectable,'worthy:fainilies. The"0 state: of utter. destitution ,to which some are described to us asa. being reduiced' is indeed 'heairtrending and sufficeint, to: excite' our waimiest; 'sympathies. ,Fainilies1 accustomed fromw their-infancy to thie usual comforts of ,.affluence: and;t civilization .tare driven 'to : have recourse to the oinost arduous a?nd precarious' mean's to obtain a, subsistence, and 'evenwyoung'ladies clothed: in thiewornr out remans of their English;, attire; -imi tate the: natives in itheir, modes of catching.fish to preserve life'. ` :Touched by tlus distressing, scene, to whlich Iioiiglh compara...

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COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

C... GOMTMERCIAL EXCHIANGE. FtlR.the Fmeeing of the Uniion Assurance Com.. pany n'on Moniday? 'ist,,; B :. ,Spak,;"' ELsq. wvas ca1led;t ei? ?:liai, and ??rin?,of Reolutionis were :readil :y:IRobert Campbell,,,Esq, having for their, object;2 the -erection, of-,a.Comriercial Exchange. (an.edifice.greatly:waited in Sydney); about; fifty of our .principal mercliants ?had pre viously rappendedi atheir. names =tob!a :document, ddiriiariigthe necessit i'for such ?'ri an i'nstitution? tdýidt'iiir" determination, to ,sup port it. Soiie discussion :tookl place, and-a, deputation; was !a pinted to?wait on flisExcelleIcy the Go vrr.n"-,:to'solicit'the gralit of'a piece of ground on'which to .erect,it. This we douibt not, tlis Excellency, vill readily grant. . ,

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