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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

JIOSEPH AARONSi No.".70, GEORGE 9TnREET, begs leave most respectfully to return thanks' to his Friends and the Public for the unprecedented en couragement he has experienced since his commence ment in Trade, and trusts by his unremitting exertions to assure a continuance of their patronage and support, and now offers for sale the undermentioned articles, per the Ship Lang, of superior quality, and on the most reasonable terms: viz. Norwich Crapes of colours Bombasines do. Ladies' and Children's ready made stays Huckabacks of superior quality Bleached Huckabacks, extra sort Diaper of sorts UJnbleached Calicoes "?'willed do. A large assortment of Thread Net Bobinett, Lace, and Net collars A valuable assortment of Thread Lace Bordering, Footing, and Letting in Crowns for Ladies' and Childrens' caps Parasols and Umbrellas of the latest fashion Ladies Lace Caps trimmed Childrens do. do. Elegant Lace frills Silk Buttons, Drops, Ornaments, &c. Ladies' Silk dresses of the newest fas...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LEGEND OF RAVENSHEUCH. AN ANCIBNT BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

A• .M B-NT+ ,Aý1L-A.. ,A. '',, "? :; , : i ý?__ ;'r. 13 " i ' -. . , '.i :, . Soft is the note, and-sweet the lay, 'That mq~nuc the'loveily Roabelle - . S.- Moor, 'th6 aiiiee , 6rew; .A A a.- .la.-.. ,.d. deign to t , SBest'i;ise n Castle Roave heu?, . o Io ,ctempt he stoarmy frth to-.dsy. *. The black'ning wave is edg'd with white, ? T Aistehand.rock.the sea.miewsfi y " The?i hers have heard the water-spout, ,I ' -. i- . WhIio screams forebode that a wreek is nigh., t night the gifted seer did view, A wet shroud swathe a lady gay, k- ThIe asty:thee, Fair, in Ryvenshek;ck, Why .croas the stormy frith to day.i" S ~b;·' caise Lbrd Lindesay's heir, ''oýAt at Roslyn I'eda the ball; But that my adye.mother there, S. ite lonely in her Castle hall. S"'Tis not because the ring they ride, , And'Lindesayat the.ring'rides well, SBut tbat.my Sire the wine will chide, s +" .ff ti "iotf fil'd .by Rojpbelle." O'er Roslyn all that dreary night, A*i??ad'rous blaze was seen to gleam, 'Twas broader.th...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

:rshy, MauwIhe. esanP des, q( jbept, ua iewp,, at a:,e.W e#+qoly c ii d.'3'hee: iiisimt :l t ,ýsrvar tipp in-plice . then Q Which r " .. "tleie were ,bout2O heagd,. so4d; easonab yj ,:WCowlB .vith tbeir (Cabves diH not value uRei tt.th~wr each.: Aegqtxdea of jhiuspeas . has been. done; cat wqp beWt l gr iueo d t rmfpp.; Hay:.. rr is rttherJsrcar e.,b2'h r .-The xP~ueUittnea fFkdur e.'erina ,etst l~ 04 " . '' i y . " ' 1 i 1 j t : 'A v rage pi'ice ~of Wheat &1 4*. A t :leo, :Qd,. # p i5Slj-Iaiwu.¼j' Maize a. V d.. to Fis.+ :4-cFh4e;prfit. ~ b54. per Loaf.""-$ ecf.: "Lte .Crý9s) .31d. j. . &1 .)* 2w. Joint) , 'da. .r'm. £e -ite t o' ,a'I t. -3d--.IEg~s I 3i1U to' 1. id' ppe, z~--Fowlsý r ` aB w.--DU ':447 U, 'r't Od. 'l is ., s ,.si"..-'urkies '- I .: 'k. - r ; t lOai pracvt - ' 'Hay (ccwer ubiuus) LI. I0~pe t ", " 1w ',L i £}. 1 MOrd , r i (.': '.. .I , , 'i . MEILCHANDIZE.a i * J4 anpd e' teed'CtIOfl is ex i0 the. Pie bf sadi '!·tCtiac0u.: A ei3l sup yhas tbhs wa : t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

'1t& IAL OF TUE EMICATIONi CoMntIT4EE. Mr. Wi.i* mo.t IHorton, the Secretary of the Colonies, has mnoved tqf yiv theCommittecs of Emigration, which sat in tlj?yda 1823 end 1825. l'ti~ cheme of emigration,' which is to collect the rr,.1;libhelpless, the vagrant, and unprovidad, into a bq4S, and to send them to settle and take root in our colgiiesC is quite a new and untried theory. Formerly, emf-u ition was never forced, but left to the free impulse of the population of a country. The emigrants who first settled and peopled the United States of America were men of substance and enterprise; men who were ~6t it the b obdition of piuper6:'sa va ants~ the" super abund4a of a stagr? in population, pr the glut and ex csti ofan overhue t??trade.---but "rsons who, if they bad'di sheep and, f?cs and herds?T ike the Patriarchs of 61d-' t' take kluig .with him iinto the new lande of. their destiny, had the, means .wherewithal to purchase .d;d ýýýri;BN. '' At" sd tiib %A with elepitt pf ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

(e we extract the following essay from Bell's Messenger, as an almost axiomatic display of the truth of the position which it attempts to controvert. ED.) PoSTPONEMENT OF THE CORN QUESTION.--The' Sud den. and dangerous illness of the Earl of Liverpool has terminated his political life; and the great perplexity vihich it has occasioned in the Cabinet, and in all circles connected with politics, may be easily imagined. One of the conseq'Aences of this illness has been the postponement' of the Corn Question in the House of. Lords, and itlso ii the House of. Commons, where it will not be brought on for some time, and will be moved in the form o'f resolutions. WVe, therefore, take the opportunity of making a few observations upon this question, which, however unpopular they may be, are founded, we are convinced, upo:n a correct view of the subject, and have ino other object but to clear away the numerous fallacies and delusions, with which the Corn discussion is sur r0unded. I Ta strengt...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

* UEMORAWNDM 1P0 TrB BNSUmIII W Kt .' S igh Water, 11 min. past 11 Morn.-27min. past 11 Nt. Sr n sets5 min. past 6. SI |High Water, 45 min. past l1 Mon.- oi St. Cyprian. lI lgh Water, 10 min. past 12 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Nt S Day increasedf2 hours and 30 minutes. '- I High Water 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. First Quarter of the Moon 19 min. past I Morning. ,St. Michael and all Angels. I" Queen of Wirtemberg (Princess Royal of England) born. SHigh Water 2 in the Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, ' 9 min. 21 sec. before 12 mean'time. . 16th. Sunday after Trinity ' Bigh Water 59 min. past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. S, ... St. Jerome. ? I Igl Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 mia. past 4 Aft. , Day' 12 hours' 20 min. long. S ?Rethigins. Gý RDEN.--Sow. Cabbage,.Tarragon,.Carrote, Cauliflowers, Sal .Ila, Beet Root, Parsley, Raddishes, and Turnips. Plant Cab bage, Beans, Celery, Onions, and Potatoes, all in 'moist land. Plant Pumpkins, Melo...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

ACCOUNTS from Constantinople, to the 27th of Janu ary, mention that a new conspiracy had been discovered in that hot-bed of sedition and sleepless terror. It is said that the ramifications of this conspiracy were very extensive, and that as a necessary consequence of fresh disobedience, the executions and banishiiments had re commenced with more sever:ty than ever :The rage of the Sultan had not been appeased for fifteen days, du. ring which great sacrifice of human life was considered necessary to the stability of his throne. (Mat ch 5.)

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. SEDUCTION.--TURNER V. Roberts.'-Mr. Goulburn opened the pleadings. This was an action brought to recover compensation, in damages, for less of service sustained by the plaintiff in consequence of the seduction of his daughter by the defendant. Ma. SERJEANT Adams stated the case to the Jury. The plaintiff. w?p a highly respectable farmer residing at Flecknue, in Warwickshire. He occupied his own estate and had five sons and three daughters, of whom Eliza beth, the object, of the present aciion, was the eldest. 'Ih7 defendant was the son of a neighbouring farmer, and had been acquainted with the plaintiffs family ýfrQiu his, ,nfz~yA first paid ais Tdressessto; the younglady atEaster,?,Se was, ten s ent, auidh4e twenty eight years pt age. He'continued !ssaattentions to' athe lady till the ist of Decembe,' 1825. wheni he con? pleted' hei ruin. During the, above period, the defendant had frequently promised her marriage; and slie' and . the I plaintiff placing full...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

i C.ANTER. .ii TCANRrI celebrated Chbesnut Coac .Horse, whoa for size, . smn etery,&nd :strength; stands' unrivalled inithe Co1.i lory,. wiill stand this Season at the places and e· the days specified below.Vi4.z, ' * At. Mr.. Deane's,; Western Road,, on 'Mondays. . -Mr.James, Utiderwdod's Half-way House; Tuesdn.?s.. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and . Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Sinallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdaiys. . Mr., John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Mr. Johnn Harris, Nepean, Saturdavd. - Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and one Dolla: to the Groom. Y?YOUNG HECTOR. ' r~ I9S'celebrated'Horse will stand during the SeasoW t. t '?t underinentioned places: viz,. 'Mr. Jboh ahii ?aclk', Campbell Tpiv., , :.. ,;, __Mr.Thorias Colloghan's, Liverpool. Mr. Samuel Blaeckhman's, ,Cobherty.. Mr. Matthew : Highland's,- Prospect. . Mir Callaghan's, Appin. V?-uiig Hector was formerly the property of 3 r," Sa m ellakkmnan, bnt' pW. belogs tp -Mr.. lughan .. H wiria...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

DOMESTIC L?X .GENCE. A letter in The Australian signed' Humanitus, ap pears'to tis to be a very hasty production on the part of the writer; and if any plan for the improvement of the Ab-origines devolve upon him,. we should conceive a poor opinion of its' result.' The Proprietors of the Na tive Institution never fell into the absurd error he is pleased to ascribe to them, namely, by imagining that ' they" (the aboorigines) " would voluntarily relinquish " their native bhbita and place themselves under the " the irksome restraints of scholastic discipline." Hu manitus is some npw planper, just arrived we suppose. The Native Institutiod of Parramatta for the instruc tion.and support of the Native Youth, was a wise and effectual Institution, and worthy of Macquarie. It fell into decay because Major Goulburn did not like it, and would not support it. It will never be exceeded in principle for practical utility. ' Our readers will be glad to learn, thliat Free Day Schools, to the number ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

... THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1827. EEaY body agrees upon the paramount disadvan tages which. arise to the people. of New South Wales, from their having at present no accredited Agent in Londori to protect and look after the interests of this Colony; and that MIr. Barriard is worse than no Agent at all, inasmuch as he is devoted to a" small party here,. whose interests are opposed to those of the people. Mr. B. is Lord Bathurst's Agent; he is not the Agent of the people. Yet no one sets himself to remedy this disad vantage. We therefore. think it our duty to agitate the suibject without further delay, and to endeavour to give it a consistent and tangible shape. Our' temporary and partial delegate, Mr. G. Blaxland, .arrived in London three months ago.' He left the Colony seven months ago. Yet not a single letter of advice, encouragement, or information, has been transmitted him'by the Colo nists since his departure. What will he think of his Constituents? To come to ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

AN unusual sensation was momentarily excited on on- Tuesday night in the House of Commons, upon the Speaker's pronouncing min a marked tone the name of " Lord Castlereagh,' during the presentation of pe titions. All eyes were. turned within the House to the quarter to which the Speaker directed their attention;. and strangers in the gallery endeavoured, with eager curiosi;y, to catch a glance. 'The last time that name was pronounced from the chair, it was to call up the leading Minister from the Treasury Bench,.and some members and strangers stared on this occasion, as if they expected to see his ghost. Their attention was, however, gratified by the appearance of his nephew, who bears his name; and who made a respectable maid en speech in presenting a Catholic petition. BELOW the bar, under the gallery of the House of Commons, on Thursday night, there were many Peers; amongst them the Earl of Harrowby, the Marquis, of Lansdown, Lord Clanricarde (Mr.. Canning's .son-in law), &amp...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

drrivaes.-On.. Friday .the, Schboner Darli,; :gTaps.al Master, from Tongataboo, July 16, and NeW Zealand August 19. Pas-" sengers--hr. Weiss niii family.;y Cbarles:Tiidad and Ellen .Masterson. Lad-ng-,Misuiogari? a prqperty. Reports, pn acci dent which had nearly proved -fatal to the French Corvette L'Astrolabc, Capt. Mons. D'Uitville, which touched at the ormer place after leaving Port Japkpon,; where she ran on a'`cok, and was for some time in a very perilous situation, but was however saftelyetricated. ,. On Saturday the Emma .Kenp, Latirieston Master, from Ho bart Town, 13th inst. Passengers-Messrs. J,. .Levi, G hlll, and Jennings. Lading, Rum, gin, and drjy ,0ode?. ?l 'Bjbrts no fresh anrivalsatthe Southward. Yesterday, the Government Brig Amity, from ]Port. Rahes July 21st, Melville Island 29th', King George's Sound August26th, and SVestern Port the 1.7th instant. Port Essington not being found well adapted for a Setl ent, the Expedition proceeded further to the N. W. W. aid '...

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SIR THOMAS BRISBANE'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

e SIR THOAB SA meeting of the sydney Turf ;ubi. t~kpla . ;on Friday- let, for=the uirose of esenting theCu t f- the owneri, Mr. Andrew Nash, of PIarramatta'. U-on its being handed to .him by the Chairman,''Mr. Naah made the follbwing address to the meeting :' - " GENTLEMEN, in receiving this Cup fromi your hands; I beg leave to state, that it is the hard-earned .laurel of that unrivalled horse Juuius," (pointing to the fine racer which stood at Cummite's door, seemingly con scious of the compliment his proprietor paid him.)' ' Believe me," continued Mr. Nash, " I feel more o n I 'this occasion than I can express. ' The veneration in' which I hold the Donor, Sir Thomas Brisbane, together Swith the handsome -manner in which he has redeemed his pledge, excite the strongest. feelings of gratitude' in my breast. Gentlemen, .I beg leave to retura to the Donor, Sir Thomas Brisbane, and the present Comrn mittee, my most sincere thanks." AT the conclusion of this address, the Cup' was handed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

S ublic, tht i price of hi Strongdeer, ewedcJiuly from It and Hope, ,i e~from ,this ,date,... Sterlig.: per lpoghead only.-A cor ao r Pd. w ucJ twiU-l~UIad o4 bas: Bramie Stout,. e" º .p oap at Sd. Sterling per 1h. , the 7bn. Candles of as superior quality Od. Sterling per lb. N. B. The . usual "appIy '9f 'foreighn ip,, spirits, teas, sugars, tobacco, &c. c. all of theb.eat quality, and on the most liberal terms. JOHN PAYNE. Sydney, Nq,.'. 80.eQrge.Street, June. 26, 182... T HE Subscribers to the. Chamber of Commerce are in formed, that the Morning- Chronicle and Englishman Newspapers, together with Lloyd's List and the Trade List, are now regularly received from London, and that the Cham ber is admitted as a Subscriber to Lloyd's Register Book, a copy.of which, for the present year, has just been received by t1?.ei?ialirk Hill. i -. A A.' i. SPARK, Hon. See. "1 ''flIE LION, arid on Sale, at C. Wilson's 21, .J. George Street, Sydney. White lead - Linseed Oil .. Spirits of' T...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. The Marquis Wellesley.—Distress in the City. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

The Mlarqu ' sky*il ,.-7-Thiressin the City. To iii RBaoso oP TJs FaasagN's JOURNAL. St pt; f b een lately meq "to.. cite an hostile e?f rinJ inst 'the"noil 'personage'at'thehead of'tlie' Irish ~overnment. A ?Ahdting of the citizens was lately announced on-the point, of .being convened, to take into codera ion ph? depressed state -of business in D?ublin, aw ? ictec ; with the Lord Lieutenant. . The: object wai to petition for-his removal. But the public suspec ted txhe 4uarter in which:this" affected cornimiseration for their interests originated, i-nd-they treatedL' the sugges ti6nIth'/contemptuous silence. - "]ildidtZithat the Castle has been, ,fr some time past, very dull i that. there r~as no. drPing-roomn on Patrick's Day; and tiha't tliere are not the usual balls, dinners, par ties,- or levees. But who is to blame for this-change ? ohat. Wrar faction which, 'to gratify their poisonous ha ttry foriany. thing apptoaching. to liberality of feeling, Wokld;destroy this country, alt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 September 1827

ltS epT ed at John Brown's warehouse, opposite the' ii Lwat Yard. A.few eus of Mustard, and superisr Blacking. September 13, 1827. SM ITH and HORTON, .Waterloo Fruiterers, King See~t, beg leave to inform tteir: Friends and the aublic, that they have always on hand every description of Fruits in their Season, of unexceptionable qualities, which they offer upon the most reasonable terms. Shipping supplied with Fruit and Poultry on the shortest notice. lank of New Seoak, Wales, September 19, 1827. T HE Proprietors of the Bank Stock are requested to meet at the Bank Buildings, on Wednesday, the o0th. of Ocfber next, at 1I o'clock in the forenoon, to take into consideration the necessity of changing the present Establishmentol the Bank into a joint Stock Company. AA . K. MACKENZIE, Secretary. Tr HOMAS SPICER begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to grant him a Licence as Vendue lMaster, Auctioneer, and Appraiser, in and for the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

HorsE. OP COMIONs, February 15.--EmaInrAToN'. AMr. W.'Horton rose to move for- the revivalrofitheCom.-, mittee on E? igration. . He did so as. its former Chairman , and not as connected with the Government, or as holding , out any hope=that theGoverninent would hereafter,piro;' pose any;definite measureseon the subject;: In 1823 it was deemed advisable. .to make trial of an experiment, by affording facilities for the " transfer % of persoins :rom the South of Ireland, to the colonies in: NNcrth 'Americd? In 1826 a Committee was named :the evidence'adddiced before that,Committee in partiedlar~ had been mtsch mis. understood and much misrepresented; but afforded much* valuable information, especially regarding the state of. Ireland... There were immense numbers of. the Irish population. wholly unemployed, wandering about and depending on charity or plunder for their living. Under; NMr. Robinson, 120 families had -been taken thence, and located or planted in Upper Canada; and they were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

To the Subscriber to thehe Organ of St. James's. - LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, .r?O-MORROW:' MORNING a Meeting'ias 'been . J... appointed respecting the.. Organ of St: Jarnes's lately arrived. A. late accident has prevented my".wait.'i ing' upon you in person, to solicit your patronage as'. Organist, which I trust I pm.competent 'to ,fill. Permit me therefore respectfully, to request'by this r'eans your : :vote. and interest, in" the election which' I-presume will take' place; and to say, that if by your kind' offices I am? appointed to the situation to which I 'nqw halve the, honour to aspire, I shall ever feel a most gratefuil senise of the obligations you will thereby ilay me. under. I. have the honour to subscribe myself, L'adies and Gentlemen, Your faithful Servantit . e: JOHN,.E DWARDS. George Street, S :pt. 2.i l, 182Z ... . NEWLY-ESTABLISHE) WINE' STORES, AND' . GROCERY AND PRAP?ERY WAREHOUSE;'. No. 1'04 ?PITT-STR1EET. ' "º-H1JYM begp l?ave, to accquaint his; Friendsa::. IJ.V. and...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

SUN rises 56 minutes, aftrr6. High Water, 11 min. past 11 Morn.-27 min.. pat 11 Nt. +1 Sun sets 5 'nin. past 6 ,St.&Cyprian. - . '-' , St;1ligh Water, 10min. past 12? 1orn.+ -;e3sin'. past 12 Nt SDay increased 2 hours and.39 minutes. ?: = " High Water 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min, past. 1 Aft. . First Quarter of the Moon 19 min past 1 Morning, - St. Michael and all Angels. "?' ueen of Wirtemberg (Princess Royal f b England) born. "? 1 High Water 2 in the Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. N; jEquation of Time.-Sun on the nieridian of Sydney, 9 min. 21 sec. before 12 mean time. .'' j I16th. Sunday after Trinity.; High Water 59 min. past 2 Mora.--32 min. past 3 Aft. St. Jerome. SHigh Water, 5 min.,, past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. I Day 12 hours 20 min. long. I Remigius. " GA'RDEN.-Sow. Cabbage, Tarragon, Carrots, Cauliflowers, Sal Iad, Beet Root, Parsley, Raddishes, auid Turnips. Plant Cab liage,'Beans, Celery; Onions,- and Potatoes,. all in moist land. Plant Pumpkins, VMelpns, Water M...

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