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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

? Daring RonnEuy. — A most impudent act_ of house robbery occurred in Culodonia-stroet, Paddington, 011 Thurstlay afternoon when, during the family's absence in rural- occupations, and onb' tho servant was left at liomo, somo unknown person entered the house of Mr. ?Dennis Martin, got upstairs, and managed to abstract from a carnet ba«r (which was locked up) the sum. of £28 15s. There is no doubt that tho thief knew whero tho booty lay deposited; but* however, well- acquainted with the premises, he (or she) must have had remark ablo audacity- to .commit tho during deed in so, crowded a neighbourhood in tho broad daylight. — Empire of Saturday. . A Nugget, — A splendid nugget woighing 102 oxs., ivas oxhibi ted , yesterday in tho shop of Mr. S. Davis, jeweller, of George-street. This beautiful specimen was received recently lroin tho Braidwood diggings. It is well worth inspecting, and ns* it will remain on exibition, for 'Several days, everybody has an opportunity' of seeing ii. — Er...

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

TASMANIA. The following arc the only items of interest, whicti wo extract from our latest files : — Hobat.t Tow.v Election. — The Daily News of the' 4th inst., says: — So quietly did it pass off yesterday, that probably at the time some of our readers may not have' remembered that such a notablo political event was itct.uallv taking place. The stream of business rolled lilong in its accustomed channel ; the streets presented their usual orderly aspect ; the very polling places werei scarcely distinguishable from the ordinary trade marts aroiind. The 'matter was, iu fact, very calmly and wisely left in the lmriiis of tho select few to whom it was entrusted by the provisions of the Electoral Act: A cluster of some half-dozen persons was frequently as sembled lit intervals throughout the day outsido the principal k'alloting-room's now and then an elector walked lip or wrts drawn up in a conveyance, perhaps some active friend of one ot the candidates dashed up in a carriage, alighted fo...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

TIIBEI.KCTIOS.' ? ? Tho polling for the election forthis constituency took. pWo 011 Friilay. So far as returns had arrived: at yydney on lYiday night, the following is tho result: — ?? For Mr. Manning ? ? ? ; 803;, , . .For Mr. Redman J 78 - .,: . : Majority for Mr. Manning ? C27

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Agriculture. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. NO. IV. ELEMENTARY CONSTITUENTS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

Slgriailkt?. agricultural chemistry NO. IV. Elementakt Constituents of Plants and Animals. Having in previous papers entered somewhat in detail into the nature and effects of chemical combinations, wa shall now proceed to tli'e consideration ot' those elementary substances of which plants and animals consist. It may be well here to state, that in discussing these subjects wo shall prefer a discursory mode of treatment, as better suited to the objects we have in view in tho publication of the essays ; and, whilst, abstaining from a ,y speculative questions, we shall endeavour to present ascertained facts in such a shape a3 may tend to interest the general reader. v ? ; The life of a plant, and indeed of any organised existence^ ' Js In itself a miracle of design— an embodiment of per fection. Let us for a few moments trace its progress; First, wo have the seed, each of its kind possessing its own peculiarity Of form, color, & c., but all containing 'the germ of that existence...

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Original Poetry. SONG FOR SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

dDrightnl Ifetrij. SON 0 FOU SrillNG, by a b. y. The first rtiowora of Spring Are falling soft, And the lark clolli pioj?, » \Wiil the fount* aloli; Aud bis mulody sweufc The ear doth greet, juau uuthem Mith tnumpli and J07 replete-. ?? ♦ As a thanksgiving ptr.iin To the unknown powers That ahedd the fresh rain O er Mis granny bowers, 'Whilo the undent wood-. 1 'With their bursting hu Is, Ikjoke through their murmurous solitudes; And -while the cold earth Drinks the life dew blest, Bright blossoms huTo birth From her opening breast, For the frore eastern blast 'Which lingered the last Of the brood of Winter, away liatbpast, 0, warm and bright I Are the April beams j When the shower-clouds light l Have poured forth tneir streams, Aud a luxury It is to be lYburo the south wind floats round so voluptuously.; Fair Spring that now wreathest Yon hills' honry brows, Gentle powers tlvit bicathest Among the dark boughs, 'Whose new foliage doth nae 'Mid the do:no of the skies, like the tlame^...

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The Mines. STONEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

Cjlt ffiittcs. STONEl* CREEK. (From the Bathurst Free Pres. t, October Wth.) The following statement of facts has been furnished to us by a gentleman who was oil the Stoney Creek diggings last week. He says; that on Thursday, the 2nd instant; an out raue of a desparate character was perpetrated by a man who entered the hut of a digger and- demanded his gold. Upon the owner of the hut refusing to deliver it, he fired at iuid wounded him in the neck. The wounded man tlieil rushed upon his assailant, ami, with his wife's assistance; managed to secure him and hand htm over to the authorities. The next morning a large budy.of men, aliiiut '200 in number, went to the 'commissioner's! tent and demande l protection, stating that robbery, sly-gi og seliing; gambling, and other vices were rife in' the neighbourhood ; ani that the interests of those who were orderly and well disposed were placed iu jeopardy by the continuance of such conduct. The commissioner, in reply, said, that if they woul...

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THE CULTURE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

THE CULTURE 01? WHliAT. . At the adjourned meeting of the members of the Port Phillip Agricultural Club, held ut the liall of the Mechanics' Institute oil Wednesday, 3Ir. E. M'Craekeii, chairman, the discussion on the culture, of wheat, wus: re- sumed by Mr. Barber, who' remarked that having on the previous occasion enlarged on the primary operations, viz., the preparation of the soil, proceeded. 'now to allude to the choice of seed, prefacing his remarks oil the selec tion by strongly recommending not only ii second I ploughing before sowing, if; practicable, but the exposure of the turned up ground for as long a period as possible, nnd'' urged nUo the benefits of early sowing. The wheat lio should place ill tlio following, order, as being best suited for milling and .bilking purposes. , White Luiuuias, i as ; producing most flour ; secondly, Uxbridge (a very I thin-skinned; wheat) ; next, AVliite* Kent and White's 'Qiu^ll^descT^aiTus aTline plump wIieatj~bTit' ileficie'ufin strehg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

For Ono Month, SELLING- OFF! SELLING OFF ! ! MnOLKOYD having made arrangements for dis ? posing of his Woliongong Stores, is now 1 SELLING OFF IIIS ENTIRE STOCK, Consisting ol', Drapery Grocery Wines und Spirits Boots and Shoes Stationery, Clocks, Ac., &o. This being a GENUINE CLEARING OUT, To give early possession to tho in-coming tenant, tho ... wiioio of the Goods will be Sold ut A GREAT REDUCTION, In many instances, UNDER FIRST C OS . Long Cloths, from 3d. per yard ? YurU Wide Grey Calico, 4d. ditto . Rest 7-8 Prints, from 5tl. ditto Chml z Prints, 2s. 6d. per dress . Delaines, Muslins, and Fancy Dresses, 5s. 6d. Cuchinere und Robed Dresses, 7s. Cd. Circassians and Figured Alpaccas, ?Jd. per yard ? . . ? ? Gala Plaids, 7jd. and Is. per vul'il Men's Doeskin Coats, from 10s. 6d. Ditto Moleskin Trousers ditto, 4s. Cd. With Groceries and other Goods Equally Cheap. The New Spring nnd Summer Goods jiist received, w Greatly Reduced. en TITHE INHABITANTS OF GERINGONG1 and the -x...

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REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH CUMBERLAND. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH CUMBERLAND. THE NOMINATION. Pursuant to ofiicial notice a public meeting of tho electors of tho South Riding of tho county of Cumber land, waB held yesterday at Parramatta for tho purpose of nominating candidates to fill the vacancy in the Legis lative Assembly caused by the resignation of W. Montagu. Arnniiing Esq., on his acceptance of the office of Attorney General. ? The meeting was very thinly attended, and tho pro 'ceediugs passed off quietly. At noon, the Returning Officer, John Savory Rodd, Esq;, piinie forward and after hoping that the meeting would observe that decorum whicli had hitherto charac terized tli'om, called upon ?Air. G. 11. Nichols, AI.P., wbo said he had great pleasuroin proposing, for the second time, W. Montague .Manning, Esq., to reprosent South Cumberland in the Assembly, lie repudiated the charge that had been brought against Air. Parker, of rejecting those persons who wore natives -in the selection of his colleagues. So fai-' as h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

Shoalliaven Steamer. - milE NO It A ClUilNA from SHOAL II 1 HAVEN, every MONDAY and ^^^^i./cTHUasPAy-^raorniiiff at 9 o'clock, oaU -'iiig at KIaMA and WO L LONG ON G,. From tiydney every XDI5SD AY nnd FRIDAY night, at II o'clock^ calling at WOLLONGONG and KIAMA. - ??VDircpii iitid Riturn pickets at tho yery%wssfesf«K0,-' as previously advertised. . Kiama and V/olloBgOii£ Steamer. ; 1 rjllllj ILLAWAItKA and NOliA- CREINA I- 'from tlio Pheonix Wharf, . SYDNEY, overv TUESDAY; WEDNESDAY, and SA TUHDAY morniiig at 9 o'clock, nnd every TUF.SDAY and, FlUDAY.iiight at 11- o'clock. From KIAMA, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY) THURSDAY and Fill DAY morning at 1 1 . a.m. From WOLLONGONG on .the same days at 1 p.mt ^ Fares' to and from either place, i Cahin .. .. ... .. .. .. . . '???.. 7s. Cd. ; ? Steerage : .. - .. Sa. ? ? Eetiirn Tickets available, for either steamer,' 12s. Gd., and 8s. Cd. - .55 'Woliongong Eaees. '?'Ay&lp' .'OOR the convenience of. Tarties resident yPfttf- J- 111 the Shoal...

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REPRESENTATION OF NORTH CUMBERLAND. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

REPRESENTATION OF NORTH CUMBERLAND. 'rilB N011ISATI0N. ? Yesterday tho nomination. of candidates for the repre sentation ot the North Jtidingof the county of Cumberland, in tlio room of J. B. Darvilll, Esq., who hiul vacated his seat by the-acceptnnce of the ollice of Solicitor-General, took place at Parramatta. There wero about 250 persons present,- and throughout 'tho proceedings good ordor A littio after twelve 'o'clock; the Returning, Officer (A. M'Dougall, Eflip) having read the commission of -his appointment and' the writ of the liominatiou, , - Dr. Bland came forward, and was received with .applause. He said it was his pleasing duty to pronoso John Bayley Darvall, Esq., for re-election.: In a Hliort sjieeeh he reca]iitulated the views held by Air. Darv.ill on tlio principle questions, and urged 011 .tlio -. electors the claims of Air.- Darvall. Air. Pye, M. P., seconded Air. Darvall's liominatioH. , . . - Mr; Foster, M. P., ,thon jjroposed Afr. . Tames Byrnes, 11s a fit and -...

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Sydney Prices Current. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

^ritts Cunrai ' {Compiled from the Herald and Empire,) j Ales— English, per hhd .. .. 8 5 OtoO 0 0 | Byas.t's, per dozen .... 0 10 0 0/ 0 0 Alsop's, ditto ? OBO 09 0 Arrowroot, per lb ? 0 J 0 0 13 Ditto, Manilla .. .... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb. ? ? . 0 0 9 0 0 10 Bags, 3 bushel, per doz ? 0 17 0 0 18 0 Gunnies heavy, per dozen., 0 7 6 0 8 0 Bark, per tun ? 8 0 0 10 0 0 Beeswax, per lb... .... .. 0 0 7 0 0 8 Bluestoue, ditto ? 005 006 Bread, per loaf of 2 lb ? 0 0 6 l) 0 7 Bricks, English, per 1000 3 17 0 4 0 0 Butter — Fresh, per lb ? 0 1 G - 0 0 0 Irish, ditto ? 013 000 Cork Rose, ditto .... 0 1 0 0 12 American, ditto ? 00 10 0 1 0 Dutch, ditto ? 009 00 10 Bottled Fruits, quartz, per doz., 0 11 0 0 12 0 Caudles —Sperm, per lb.. .. 01 9 020 Belmont, ditto ? 013 0 14 Moulds, ditto .. .. .. 0 0 Si 0 0 6 Cement — Roman, per barrel '. . 0 16 0 0 0 0 Portland, ditto .. .... 1 1 0 12 0 Cheese— English, per lb. .. ..Oil 012 Colonial, ditto 0 0 6 0 0 7 Cheddar, ditto ...... 010 Oil Dutch,...

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The Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

Mctrmlk [i-'ROH OCll .OWS OOIlilESl'ONDr.NT.] If tho lieg«s of -I'ttrramatta have not . obtained an insight into the mysteries of elect, ioneoring t.mlics, an iibundanco of practice has been tliromi awav ; inasimicli os about -a dozen elections have been licld'tliorojvithin tlio last '-iowr months.' 'Tlio deelaratipn ot' llio poll for that town was made on 'l'liosdrly last, wlion the numbers' were, announced to bo : for Mr.. Parker, . -279 ; for Mr.: lti-i-nn- O-.ll At (lin nlanfinn I'n. (Im V»il. l?;.i:,.™nP Cumberland yesterday, Mr'. Dirvall'.' was returned by about 280 voids above Mr. Bvrnes, who was tlms deleated in his second attempt to obtain. a seat in tlio House ot Assembly. Tlio olection for the South Riding lias come olF to-day ; Mr. Manning, -tho Solicitor General, and Mr. Hodman,', i tfell-kiipivn attorney of tb^ Police Court, 'being the candidates: j 'I, lici:r: that the former has been returned bv a large ijnftjority ; but tho numbers will not be inailo public until tp...

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A CORONER WANTED FOR WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

A CORONER WANTED FOR YVOuLOXGOXG. ?Soiie ;years since,- the . important duties of ?Coroner for the District of lllawarra were per formed by one person, who then resided at Kiama. This arrangement proved exceedingly in--i convenient ; and, at the request ol' the.authonties | m Wullotigong, 'a second Coroner was appointed.: This geiitlemah's 'circuit embraced all. .that portion of .the- district lying. northward bf ; the Macquarie River'; that is, the police district oE Woliongong.' ?The person: appointed ! to such, office was,- of- course,' expected to reside; within the district, and did 'in fact at : the time1; otherwise, why was the second appointment made, and . the additional expense incurred ? „ Dr. . Falder, . who at -that -time, resided in the district, afterwards ree'ei ved the appointment, and performed the duties bf\-the office in'a 'satisfactpryfmanii'er. ? ... - 'Soriie moiiths since, however, Dr. Falder removed 'to iCiaiha, - where lie is at present practising his profe...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

TtlE KI.BCTtON. . The polling for the Parramatta olection -commenced at 9 o'clock on Saturday morning last, in the, Court house, and the interest manifested ? by numbers of peo plo in tlio town was something extraordinary. Mr. Parker was .slightly . a-liead in numbers thronghont tho day, but only so slightly that strong hopes wero enter tained by the supporters of Mr. Byrnes that by a' good stroke ot lortnne the scale would be turned Mr. Parker was present . oh .the bench besido the Returning Oflicer during tho latter pbi'tion'of the day. until tho close if the poll, at 'foiir o'clock. : Considerable, dissatisfaction was expressed 'by the opposite parties on account of this J jOirCunistance ; and also, lly reason ot' the delay1 caused by -putting the question ;and the, '' bribery oath' to the. voters who happened tb go to tho poll during the last '! .hoiir, .However, it can hardly be supposed that this latter circuhista'ncp had:miicli ..influence' on tho election ; . -hilt it was lo...

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THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. In our last we gave the particulars of the- Sydney Hamlets election, and its result. Wo now.'proceed to give the particulars, so far as they have conlo to liaud, of tho other elections. REPRESEN IATION OF PARRAMATTA. ?: :?, ran nojiikatiox. : . From our .- contemporary, tho Empire- of Monday, we glean the following particulars ot tlio nomination 'at Parramatta :' — A public meeting rif the electors of the town of Parra matta was held, .yesterday; at the hustings, in front of tho Court-house, Parramatta, at 110011, lor the purpose of nominating a representative for that town to serve in tlio Legislative Assembly, in the room of iieni'y AValson Parker, Esq., whose' sent has become vacant by his ac ceijtance ol- tho olliee of Colonial Secretary. Among other persons present 011 the hustings were; Dr. Dickson,. M.'L.O., T. A. Murray, 'Esq., M P:, G'. R. Nichols, Esq., M.P., James 'Pye, Esq., M.P., D. Forbes, Esq , . William Byrnes, Esq., F\ Oakes, Esq , J. N. B...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

'GARDEXIXO AND AaiUOUr.TUlt.U. ilBHOKAXDA 1'OK OCrOUKK. s K/tchf.n Gatidkn*.— vlMai.t kttuce?, potatoes, cal/bngcs, garlic, ? c«ohulotH. how cctarv, pumpkins, pons, bim,*.s. turning, onions . lL»ekfi,.broRoli, cabbages*, American Cress, kidney bums, radishes . lettuces, aninll snltiUa, carrots, cucumbers, unions. ? ' IkuitGaiipkn'. — liCiok well after newly, buddcil trees; keep them' tfruo Ironv insect*. Tlnu apricots *uid poaches. Keep strawberry, ?bmlsfrce froio/wccdrt, and take uwuv runners as ndvnnec; : .water tho b«ls mtiry weather.- uivo grrapo vjnos thejr Jirst dross-. . . in j?;- continue to rip, und destroy - caterpillars j lop offyoung . ' .r. shoots. .. --? - - . ? l^unvfju- Gaiwji'.tj.'— Sow pcrennuds an l bionniula ; water fro qiiontly in dry weather. lUant tuberoses in hotbeds. bow stocks - und inignlonette. ? *.*?? ? ? ; Vhe iNuraKKr. — Water young evergreens and flowering shrubs ? once ft week, aud protect tliom Irom the sun by sticking boughs * amou'^ them, . ' t .....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

WTCKKLY CALENDAR. ? 2 g .3 lllOl/!'WATER 'AT MONTH. DAT. g - .VOI.LONGONG. ; ||| : ? i. ? ,* ? MORN. EVES,' _ ? ? _j_ ? ^ ? , 11. M. II. M. II. . J1. II. ? M. 'Oct. 20 . M .. 5 .12 6 . 15 20 1 .: 40 - 3 . 14 „ 21 T..5.11 G.1G 21 2.38 2 . 23 \, 22 \V.. 5 . 10 (5 . 17 21 4.9 4 . 48 i,: V :23 T ., 5 . 0 fi . 18 22 6 , 27 5 . 58 24 F .. 5 . '8 0 . 20 23 C . 30 6. 37 25 S. ..;5 . ''7 G . 21 24 7 .'25 7.46 „ 2G Sun. '5. 6 6.22 ?25 8. 8 8 . 23

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THE SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

: : TItB SBTTr.'EUS'' PnODUCB CinOULAr.. ' ' . . SATUIll)At. EVENI»0,;'lJ-j,. O'CLOCK. .? - ?':.;: ' ??-, '? - ' ' & r. d. . : ;?; & R.;.'l Wheat, perbushol : ? ^... y *: ...: 0 7; OtoOO 0 M'liae, . ... ? - ... ; ? 0 4.;0-„: , 0 .-4 4 Plnur, 1st quality, per ton ... . : 24 :0 0 : 24 0 0 DiUo, Und, ditto, ' ... ; . .... 22 0 0 ; '22 0 0 Itran ... . ; ... 0 1. 0 .0 10 Ilay, oatco, per ton; 'V ... 7' 0 0.:^ .7 0 .0 .Dilto/luceruc/ditto ; ; 6v30 ; 0 ' , 510 0 'Straw;-:;.: -v'-.'y,, — ? 2 10. 0: 'i!,lo -0 Potatbej, per ton ... ( ... r ^ 0 ^ '1^30 0 JJutUsr, 1st qual, (plentiful} /... V .0 1 0 ' 0 10 Ditto second quality ... : ' ... ??? ? 0 0 10 0 .0 30, Ditto, salt and inferior ... ' v... 0 0 0 0 o 8 Cheese per lb. ... ? ... 0r 0 7 0 0 #8 lisveon (plentiful) ... v. !,0;-.0. G,;.: : 0 0 1. '-3ggs,p&r dozen '... ... 0 1 '6 0 13. Fov/ls, per pair ... ... 0 6 0 0 6 0 Du'jkfl ... ' 0 ? C O 0 0 0 ' Turkeys ... ' 0 32 0 ? 0 38 0 Getsp ... ...t , ... 0 14 0 0 14 0 IMiis ....

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THE EXPORTS FOR THE QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

- TIIE EXPORTS FOR TIIE QUARTER. We have compiied from -the weekly return, fur nished us by the agents of the respective steamers and: published weekly in this journal, a return of the quantity of exports from .tho port of Wollon gong, tor the quarter ending 29th September last. The value attached to each article is taken from the Agents' lists, and ltiay be considered-correct in . most' cases, ?? . . ? 2992 -Kegs Butter, 50lbs. encli, at . lb. Gil jiei lb. ? ? ? £11,220 0 0 956 Bags Wlieat, 3 bushels eaoli,. ^ . nt 8s. per bushel . . . . . '. . ? -1147 ; ? 4 0 726 Tirs, At 25;!. eiiclu '1. 907 -10 o 141 Calves, at 15a. each . : .105 15 -0 110 Noises, at £20 eat!) ? 2.00 0 0 . 1 1C Sides 13ncon ? 125 0 0 120: Cnsos .Eifgs ;. . . . . : .: . . 2-iO O' O ' ? 65 Coops Poult ry ............ . ? ? ' 200 0 0 ? G2 IJags Onions . . . . . . . . . . : .? .? - -40 0 0 15 Cases Oranges ? ' 30 0 0 450- Sides Leather v.;. ^ . .450 0 0 - 70 liulei ? 100 0 0 1353 Bushels Brail, at Is. Gd. per - bnsh...

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