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Front the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

Front the Austratian.% On the evening of the I Stil. May, I «-rd * ohn Russell moved the order of the day £ for the House to go into a Committee on the a Retara Bill, General Gascoyne moved a resolution by way of amendment, " that it was the opinion of this House, that the to- tal number of Knights, Citizens, and Bur-' £ gesses, returned to Parliament for that part j of the United Kingdom called England and Wales ought not to be diminished." A division arose on the amendment, and Ministers found themselves in a minority of 281 against 289. The effect was electric ; bat it wasjieither followed by a break-up of the Ministry, n<»r yet by a revolution, though some of tbe leading Journals specu culated on such an event as no way impro- bable. It was the prompt decision of the King brought matters to a crisis. " I will go -and prorogue the Parliament in person (said his Manesty) and if the coach is not ready-no matter- J will go in a hackney coach" At a qtiarler to three accord...

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(From the Sydney Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

(From the Sydney Gazette.) 1 in the House ot commons on me 22a ot April, Sir R. Vyvyan, having addressed the bouse in opposition to tbe reform bill was called to order by Sir F. Burdett, but tbe Speaker on the contrary said the bon. mem- ber was perfectly" m »rdçr. After which some warm discussion eifeaed between Mr. Tennyson, Hie Speaker, Lord John Russel, and Sir R. Vyvyan, when the last mentioned gentleman was going on to say : "He would conclude by avowing it as his decHedcpnvkjjon, that if they were permit- ted to carry theftr* bill, all funded property would become unsafe*. Tithes would be de- voted to confiscation-the House of Lords would be destroyed-and the Crown itself shaken from the head of the Sovereign [loud cheers.] In Ireland the bonds of society would be loosened, and fathers, and mothers, and children rue the day that the ministers had, fpr their own purposes, resolved to re- vive all party differences, and raise animosi ties at elections. [The Hon. Member conti- n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

BOOK SOCIETY. Hobart town, Sept. SO, 1831. THE undersigned request that yon will call a general meering of the Hobart town Book Societv, to take into consideration (he eipediency of retaining a greater number of books than is at present contemplated, till such time as a fresh im portation shall be received from England. ' J. BURNETT. P. A. MULGRAVE. r' W. M. HAMILTON. k * ALFRED STRPHBN. ' t W. SORELL. ""'' ¿*A. P. stKMBj To Andrew Crombie, Esq. Secretary'to the Book Society."! '' ' Hobart town, October 3,1811. A* Gênerai Meeímg ofthe Book Society will be held for the pnrpose above mentioned, in Dr. Ross's honse, l on Tuesday the 18th inst. at half pail 3 o'clock,)* A. CROMBIE, } Secretary._ 1 * WANTED, AN Overseer tu manage a cultivated farm in the interior. A married man without much inciimtirarice, who would be industrious, and tho roughly understands his business would be pre ferret). Application may be madr* at the Stores of Mr. Scott,' Cameron street. Launceston, or at the Cou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

.fti, at êàkrri w THIS DAY CONTAINS «. «o. i M . am GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. JOT-Colomal ch, 8-KrptttyVOffioe, Oct. 13, 1831.     Mr. William Lawrence has been appointed Pilot   for the port of Hobart town, vice Mr. John     Bamber, resigned.     By «Coénmnnd of i Bo The Lientenant Governor, t¿_, J. BURNETT» -Uä GOVERNMENT NOTICE. N«>. 208, Colonial, "ai Secretary s Office, Oct. li. I83l. of Tbe periods for which the undermentioned per- f« «en» were'ti-ansported, expiring at tbe date placed j -_ .pposiie their names, Certificates of their J~ Freedom may be obtained then, or at any P* .ribieqUent period, Uuoh application to this office, j to .rta that of a Police Magistrate in the inte- rior: George Rhodes, 442 Woodman, 18th instant. Thomas Rooke, th« younger, 4?5 Medina,do. .By command ofthe Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. -~mmr**i* i ??? ' " ' . COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart town, Oct. 7,1831. HAY AND STRAW. TENDERS w...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1831. Arrived on Monday the 10th inst, the bark     Nereus, 124 tons, Capt. R. H. Allan, from Sydney, 29th ultimo, with a general cargo of goods. Arrived on Thursday the 13th inst. the brig Yure, 266 tons, Capt. Henry Fawcett, from Liverpool 27th April, having touched at the Mauritius with a general cargo of   goods. Passengers, Capt. and Mrs. Dixon   and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Munce and 3   children, Mrs. Hawthorn and 2 children,     Dr. Hilton, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Taylor, Mr.   Adam Moody, Mr. Fitzsimmons, Mr. Rob- son, Mr. Robert Tyne, Mr. Young, Mr. Burns, Mr. Cushell, Mr. Minshull, Mr.. Lachlan, Mr. Demry, Mrs. Hoyes. The Mary, with female prisoners, had sailed for this colony previous to the sailing of the Hooghly, which made the passage from Cork to Sydney in the unusually short period of 95 days. The Larkins with male prisoners for Hobart ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 October 1831

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. MR. SPRENT. A.M. will deliver a Wture on Astronomy at the Court house on Monday next the 17 tu hut at 7 o'clock in the evening pre- cisely. ' ' THE great difficulty expci ienccd through the want of a tegular »pent tu récrive and tbr vrartT Servants wheu as&igutd to Residents in the Interior, has induced the Undersigned to offer him- self in the abwve capacity, and every Cornmuni ration upon the subject, with which he may be favoured, accompanied hy an Order on s<>ine per- son in Hobart-town for the amount of the necea ary expenses «ill be promptly attended to. HAMILTON CORNWALL EMMETT. Hobart-town, Oct. 14, 1831. MERINO RAMS. SIXTY ofm the finest in this colony ate uow on Sale at Bushy Park. River Styx. 1 he superior quality of the Rams bred on that Estate is so well known, that description it un- necessary. The price «rill be moderate, and . credit of s« to twelve months will be giren to purchas. rs. JOHN KERR. JUST landed, and on «ale ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 October 1831

«W <3ACVrrE OF THIS DAY -&«*&!& : GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 30-3-Tj^fu.ial Secretary's Office, Ofcl. it), l83tt, Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un- dermentioned convicts, between the 12ÜI and 19th inst. John Cawthorne, 70S, Medina. Shakespere Hahtpsoa, 7S6, Androtnedd« James Day, 44^ Layton. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, , ' J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 210, Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 19,1831. The period tor which the undermelitibned per- sons were transported having expired. Certificates .f Freedom have been granted to tnem accord- ingly : John Harri'-on, 490, Competitor. Daniel Hall, 349, Malabar. John Williams, 698, Woodman. By command «if The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. (.M OVERNMENT NOTICE. N<». 211,Colonial "J? Secretary s Office, Oct. 19 1831. 'I lie periods for which the undermentioned per- sons vvctc tianspnrted, expuing at the dat<" placed opposite then tînmes, Ceitificatcs of their...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 October 1831

IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound Ti a tree biu«h, lii^tijrt of Richmond on ihe -iib. October 1811. j I Blark and white cow, brand C1* on offlup nnd 1 EL on near hip, with black-and whlti heiter calf no brand, impounded by Mr. A Whitehead' Brighton-damages 21. ' 1 Dark brown and white heifer calf, no brand with swallow folk in right ear. * 1 Do do, brand B on near shoulder. J Light brown and white heifer calf, no brand with split in left ear and swallow fork in right ' 1 Do do, no brand, with swallow fork in both ears,-impounded by Mr. P. Cox, Ponivtlle, da- mages Is each. 1. Brown and white bullock, brand D on oft; ¡jip dimanes is. , If these aiiipials he pot claimed 'arfd redeemed within the time allowed by law, the * M ill be «old by me at tjie,said pound, ou Wednesday the tilth day of November 1831, at iQ'ciqqk, accptding tp the pi o visions of tbe impounding.aci. ' ' ALFkEU THRtjrçp, Poundkeeper. Oct. 7,183t. Y IMpoUpPEj), AT the public pound Macijuane Rtvci. dislu'ct of Campbtll-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 October 1831

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. MR. SPRENT, A.M., will deliver a lecture on Astranomy at tbe Conrt-boane on Monday HHt¿tbe24tu instant^ at 7 o'olockin the evening precisely. A Young Female wants a situation as Needle- woman in a respectable family. Applica- tion to be made at the office of (his Paper. JUST Landed from the brig HELEN, and on sale, Isle of France Sugar, Rice, and Rum. JOHN KERR & Co. October 21, 1831. TO PUBLICANS AND OTHERS. THE undersigned in vi'es their attention to his present stock of Wines and Spirits, which, from having purchased early, b« will sell for cash at verr low pi ices, notwithstanding the lato great rise in price of these article*. 25 Pun. Rum in bond, from 1 to 38 OP. HUGH MURRAY. British Hotel Wine Vaults, . Liverpool street. FOR SALE, At the Stores of the undersigned, A remarkably fine lot of CEDAR, New South, Wales 13eef, Pork, Bacon, Hams, and To bacoo. Muscatel Raisins. Aw.CROMBlE. THE Sale of Animals impounded at the Pablio Pound, Barton Isis, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 October 1831

TO THE LADIES. THE undersigned has an elegant assortment of Artificial Flowers» G. LANGFORD. Oct. 13.1831. ROADS IN RICHMOND DISTRICT. ALL persons interested in the repair of the Roads from Kangaroo point (o Richmond, Sorell and the Carlton, or from, Richmond to Je- rusalem and Jericho; from Richmond to Brighton and from Kangaroo point to Clarence and York -Divisions are requested to meet at Richmond on Saturday'tlie 29th of October at 10 o'clock of ihe .forenoon, ip consider a Memorial to the Govern- ment op the,stufe of the roads, and to take such 'other proceedings as may appear advisable for the repair aud improvement of the roads during the .ummer. TO BE RAFFLED FOR, In Forty Shares of Li each, A handsome Marquee, measuring 20 feet quare with inner lining, double roof, carpets, tye. admirably calculated for cricket clubs, pic nies, or p dimmer pavilion on a suburb allotment. Ihe highest number obtained by three throws of dice to win. Subscribers to throw in the order of the num...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 October 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1831. Arrived on Wednesday the 19th inst. the ship Larkins, 640 tons, Capt. William Camp- bell, from London 18th June with 280 male prisoners. The guard consists of Captain Williams, Ensign Fortescue, Assistant Sur- geon Parry, and 49 rank and file of the 4th regiment, 6 women and 4 children. Sur- geon and Superintendent Dr. W. Evans, R.N. Arrived on the same day the ship Mary, 370 tons, from London 12th June, Capt. A.    Jamieson, with 149 female prisoners. Sur- geon and Superintendent Dr. Sinclair, R. N. Passengers, Paymaster Carew, of Ihe 17th regiment, Mr. Dunlop, the Astronomer, who has come out to take charge of the Obser- vatory at Sydney, Mrs. Dunlop, also nine   free women and 51 children. Arrived on Monday the 17th instant, the brig Helen, Capt. Daniel Taylor, from Port Louis, Mauritius, 26th Aug., with a cargo of sugar and rice. Arrived on Thursday evening the 20th inst. the ship Lotus, 397 tons, Capt. J. Summer...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 October 1831

ÍMPUUNiiEU, AT the public pound. Green ponds, Dysart pa- rish, in the district of Oatlaods, on the l8th of October, 1831, by J. Ashton. 1 Brindle bullock, white back, belly and tail, branded'on off hip RL and on near horn X. L On the 19th by George langshaw, Mr. Johnson's stock keeper, 1 Black bullock, white belly, no brand, 1 Poland cow, a calf at ber toot, brand on' near hip illegible.' 1 Do do, calf at her foot, no brand. 1 Cow, black sides, white back and belly, brand on near hip JP. 1 Ginger calf, tip off left ear, no brand. 1 Poland heifer, no brand. 1 Blaek caw, swallow fork in right ear, brand .opposed to be D OB near flip, another on same hip illegible. 'trespass is per bead poundage fees 6d per bead, foot! and water 3d per head for 8 and id for 2. If the above animals be not claimed and re- deemed witbin the time allowed by law, they will >e so|d by me at the said pound on Wednasday the 16th of Nov. 1831, according to the provi- sions of the impounding act. G. ASHTON, P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 October 1831

WANTED, V A middle aged .free Woman, as Nursery maid or Needle-woman, in a respectable Family Apply at the Courier offices     ** TO AGRICULTURISTS. A Respectable steady and industrious young man wants a situation as Superintendent of a large Establishment, who can sliew testimonials of character and ability from unexceptionable refer enees. Apply at this office, if by letter post paid. ' WANTED, BV a yonng Man lately arrived from England who lias a general knowledge of commer- cial, agricultural and mechanical business, a Situa- tion, where a confidential person may be wanted or his services required. Respectable reference as to character can be given. Applications addressed to A. B., left at this office will be duly attended to. N.B. 1 lie Advertiser has a good knowledge of Afmic. MR. W. W. DARKE, bega to announce, that helms commenced business in Hobart town as a Surveyor. Any commnnieation address ed ta him at his residence in Brisbane street, or to tb«...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 October 1831

F À OR S»le, it thtV fanai of Mr. Pàrràm'or«, near Ross, a few Yearling RAMS. BOOK SOCIETY. A Meeting of ths Hobart town Book Society will be held in Dr. Ross's house, oii Tues- day l«t November» at half past S o'clock, for the admission of members, and for the purpose of con: sidering the expediency of increasing the entrance ¿whey, snd ot altering the days of meeting. WANTED* For tiie Van piemen's Land Company, A Steady young Mau, who understands accounts,. to take charge of the atores at Emu bay. For particular» apply to Mr. John Kerr, Com- pany's Agent, Hobart town. , ; Qot. f5,1831; ,.., - -.?.-,?? -,_ ?"'" ??'?-??'-?>?? ifrÁMEti, ~~~~-"-~*????» N Overseer to manage á cultivated form in u, M. : ' the interior. A married man without much incumbrance, who would be industrious, and.tho roughly understands his. business would be pre ferret). Application may be made at the Stores of Mr. Scott, Cameron street, Launceston, or at the Courier Office, Liverpool street - WANTED, A Fers...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 October 1831

, WH *AEWr fE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : ;jEplO?BRNMENT NOTICE, No. 213-Cslonial \JT Secretary's Office, Oct. 20, 183t. Tickets of Leave have bach' granted to the un. áermentiooed convicts, betwatft tua l»th end 28th tatt. Edward Hearne, Layton. Ann Ávent, Borneo. By Commnnd of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 214, Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 26,1831. Mr. Joseph William Storey, junr. ha« been ap- pointed a Special Constable in the police district «f Oatlands, and Mr. David William Gray, a Spe- cial Constable in the police district of Norfolk 'plains. Henry Gunn, 455, Woodman, has been dismiss- ed from the Field Police for improper conduct. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, < J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 215.] Colo- nial Secretary'a Ofltoe, Oct. 25, 1831. William Willis, 5?5, Lady Harewood, and Jas. Wright, 817, Asia 3, have been appointed Javelin Men, vice Butcher and Havard, resigned By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNE...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 October 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1831. Arrived on Saturday evening the 22d inst. the bark Drummore, Capt. Petrie, from Syd- ney 13th inst. with a general cargo of goods. Passengers, Mademoiselle D'Hotman, Mas ter D'Hotman, Mr. Sloane, Miss Taylor, and Mr. Thomas Harding--Mr. Robert Chal- mers died on the voyage, having come on board an invalid in the last stage of consump tion. Arrived yesterday the schooner Specula- tor, 40 tons, Capt. Parker, from Sydney the 11th instant, with a general cargo. Has on   board two New Zealanders. The ketch Swan River Packet, which sailed on the 8th. instant, returned to port yesterday to undergo repairs, having encoun- tered very severe weather, and being much strained and had one of her transoms broken. Passengers,--Mr. Flaherty, Mr. Parr, and Mr. and Mrs. Ketrick. The schooners Resolution and Prince Re- gent and Cutter Fanny have arrived at Launceston from Sydney with cedar and other goods. Cargo of the Duckenfield, viz.--90 bales o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

tttk { GAZETTE rJF THIS DAY CO}iTAÎN8 C"1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. «l8-Culomal T Secretary's OlBoe, Nov. 3^ l83t. Tickets of Leave bave beeu granted to tbe un- dermentioned convicts, between th« 28th Oct. aid 2d inst. <? ' ' William Barnaby, 668, Albion., ' vYilliauj Corstorphine alias M'Pbenofl alias Jeunes, 761, Chapman 2.| «? James Gay, 506, Layton. - James Nailor, Governor Ready. By Comtnnnd of ¡The Lieutenant Governor, &&&*& J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENTNOTICE, No. 219, Colonial Secretary's OffiVe, Nov. 2,1831. The period for which the undermentioned per- son was transported having expired, a Certificate »f-Freedom lias been granted to him accord- ingly > Thomas Hollinswortb, Juliana. By command of * The,Lieutenant Governor, ' J. BURNETT. OOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 220, Colonia11 Secretary's Office, Nov. 2,1BS1. James Donnelly, 395, Woodman, is appointed a Constable, and James Jones, 237, Albion, to the Field Police. , By command of the Lieutenan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

AT mt public pound. Green pondi,ifó¡ft "¿ : riSh, ¡tí tl.C distrfèt rjfÖatHnds, oh th« lfifk of Qcfefter* 1931, by J<!Asbtwi.-* , w* i-W?%&"Vktlw$.«f Jifàti Mïy «ni tail. branded on off hip RL anden near norn X. On we ttdt by George Bagsaáwj -|k>.t ¿fon^, /.. - stock keeper,-«« ?;> 1 Black bollock, white belhn no brand. J Poland cow, a calf at her foot, brand on near flip illtgibTe. .->>.,..., 1 Do do, calf at her foot, np brand1.' ' 1 Cow, black sides, white back and belly, brand on nearbip ¿P. . ?:.,.,. I Öinger calf, tip off left ear, no brand. 1 Poland heifer, no brand. , 1 Black cow, swallow fork i¿ rifcat ear, brawl snbpoaediotae D oa near nip, another oh same hit* illegibl.e.;. n. . ,.'.. r Trespass Is per . bead, peonage fees &) per head,'food and 'water Sd per head for 8 and Idfori. If the above animals be not clahaed and re« deemed wítbiü the tinje allowed by law, they wilï be »old by, me at the said pound on « Wednesday the 16th of P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

WANTED, A Situation as drik or Book-keeper. Refcpect 'able references will be given. Apply at the Coulter. ' ' WANTED, AN accomplished Lady who has been accus- tomed to tuition, and the usual duties of a LHIIK"! tinaul ng School. Letters may be address- ed to A.U. LaunceMou Hotel, Launceston, with every particular._ WANTED, A Shepherd who perfectly understands his busi- ness, none need apply who cannot produce testimonial» as to lus sobtiety and steadiness ot conduct } one holding a ticket of leave will be preferred. Apply nt this Office._ TO RE SOLD, THE Allotment of Groond in Bathurst street, next to the residence of the late Madame U'Hotman, the property of aud now in the pos- session of Mrs. bpealc. Apply on the premises. POTATOES. ON sale at the Store of the undersigned, a few lons fine Apple Potatoes, inUiuantities not less thfcn half a ton. i J.&W, MAWLE. Wharf, Nov 2,l83l. CAUTION. THE public is cautioned against giving credit tu my. Wile, Lluabeth Aun Parker, as the...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

The Courier SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1831. Arrived on Tuesday, the 1st instant, the   transport ship William Glen Anderson, 389 tons, Captain James Fawthrup, (the former Commander Capt.Smith, we regret to state, having died on the passage) from Ports- mouth 2nd June, with 177 male and 2 fe- male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent Charles Inches, Esq. R.N. The guard con- sists of Major Britton, (brother of Lieutenant Britton, late of this place) Lieut. Brook, 1 sargeant, l corporal, and 27 rank and file of the 4th regiment-also, 4 women and 6   children. Arrived on Sunday the ship Exmouth, Capt. D. Warren, from Sydney, having put into this port from stress of weather, and has since proceeded on her voyage to India. The Duckenfield took ber final departure for London early on Saturday morning last. Sailed on Saturday the 30th, for Sydney, the brig Helen, Capt. D. Taylor, with the remainder of her cargo of Mauritius sugar. Passenger, Robert Campbell, esq. of Syd- ney. ? Sailed...

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