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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

VAN DIEMEN« LAND ST*- ANDREW'S CLVB. ^CfT.' ANDREWS DAY«-The nsoal Dinner K9 will take place at the {Vfacgnarie Hotel, on wednesday nest the 30tfr of November instant, 1831. t . 'A TICKETS 30«. each may oe had at the Bar of the above Hotel. Apphcußoqj» («quested to be mide on or before Monday, after which day no tickets will he isioed. ' . Dinner oa the table at sis o'clock. ---!.'T*V ' THE DERWENT BANK. THE half yearlyifeeneral meeting of the Share- holders wilgia held at Jlie Banking house on Wednesday Hie 7th Dec. for the purpose of electing Directors and Officers for the ensuing year. - v " A Managing Directoi will be appointed in the room of Mr. Hamilton, who ia returning to Eng- landfand an Accountant in ibe place of Mr. Leake Who-resigns. ' ' S. ADEY, i Cashier. Davey street, Ko»\ 23,1831. WANTfc», A Governess, como,, tent to undertake tiie Tni ¡uL tion of two or three voting ladies. Apply by letter, ata'ins: qualification, *c" to A. li. Port office, HobarUown. ' j Nav. *6, J...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

«Il GAZETTE OF THIS DAY ÇONTÀIM : _H OVEfcNMTcîNT NOTlfcaVI»©, *S», Colonial \JT S^taHysOffire, N ©Y. 30,1831. A Fr**/ Pardon bas beth granted to. John Frith, per * Fortanè." ?y command of " The .Lieutenant Governor. J. BURNE IT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 235.) Colo- nial Seiretery's Office, Nov. SO, 1831. Tickets of Leave have been'granted to the un termentioned convicts, between tilt 23rd and the .OUiinst. William Coniner,575, Albion. " Daniel Rankin, 332, Competitor. John Tapp, 25], Commodore Hays. >f ichtel Kane, ft, Guildford. Thomas Ward, 751, Governor Ready. Henry Adams, £47, do. Robert Hardman Brearsley, 991» Layton. 'Thomas Cooling, 804, do, 'George Millgrove, 647. Medway 8. * Thomas Richardson. 616, Mary 2. William Wells, 585, Phoenix 2. Robert Jones, 260, Princess Charlotte. .James Gardner, 480, Woodford 1. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. ?>i N m . Í-^OVERNMCNT NOTICE, No. 230,Colonial T Secretaiy's Office, Nov. SO, lfiSl. The period for which the u...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

RICHMOND HILL ACADEMY, New Norfolk. MR. LINDLEY beg» to intimate that the en Miing Recen will commence on the 17th imt. and terminate January 16,1832. New Norfolk, Dec. 2,1631. " EDUCATION. MR. HENRY PARKINSON. RESPECTFULLY informs the inhabitants or Hobart town and its vicinity, that lie in- tends receiving after the Christmas Vacation, a li- mited number of Pupils for daily in»irnction in the nsnal branches of education. . Mr. P. trusts, that ** he has been engaged in tuition for the last a years, his made of instruction will meet with the approbation of those parents who may entrust their chpldrerr to his care. Circulars containing particular» may be bad by applying to Dr. Ross, Courier Office, Liverpool Hobart town^ N*ôv. 2*éCi83Î i" MR. WILLIAM WEDGE DARKE "ÉT% ESPECTPULLY announces that he has com J~C menrëd Business in Hobarttown as a LAND SURVEYOR. Such Gentlemen as may have occasion for his services in Surveying, Levelling, Laying out En- closures, or the Suivey and Mensura...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES FOR THE "YEAR 1832. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be' received at '.the . Commissariat Office, Hobart town, until 12 o'clock on'Thursday the 6th December nest; frota all persons that may be' willing to Contract for furnishing such quantities of the Qndf mentioned Supplies, as may be re- quired by the Commissariat Department, at the following Places and Establishments, from the 26th of December ledi, to the 31st December 183». Hobart Town* His Majesty's Troops. Ships uf War, Transports &c. Colonial Hospital. Female House of Correction. King's Orphan bchoois GAOI BREA» & FRESH al BAT LIVE SHEEP. FRESH MEAT Whenever required, tbe weight per bead to be ascertain, ed by killing one or two from the number, selected by ibe Com- missary. Prisoners Barrack« Prisoners and other persons ont of Barracks, who arc, or I may be entitled to rations, and to whom the meat is to be de- livered at the premises of the contractor. VEGETABLES TEAST. Goal. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

^VAN'IEU, A LADY; as an Assistant' \h the Launceston Establishment. Address as above. .LiunciSton,-NOT. 30, I84I, ...,,, -v *-*"" " WANTED, OISE pair of SAWYF.ÚS, immédiat- lv, ap ply 1« Mt. W- KiMibwi»yt «* Bogdad. MR, ttAlflLTON, hensf'abpnt to re turn to England, requests that all claims ipay 'be immediately preferred, in order that they may be adjusted prêtions to his embarkation. * Derwent Bank' No* 14.18s!. *~" to »li SOLD, Bv Private Contract, A,COTTMJE, with a SiaM mu» Garden in Brisbane »tie«.«, in the occupation ©I Mr. h°yf/- .... íjar partirnlam inquire on the piemiTs. *"*" FUUNO, AND is now st tlir farm of the undersigned, a bay Heise, sb .tit 154 bauds high, lias a few "saddle mark*, but no natural white marks brands L off «ide nick. Hie owner is requited to appl* for it. ' ' v . ' H. M. HOWFLLS. Shannon, Nnv 2Gth,18tt. ACoiiiniudióus House to be l«t situate at the cormr of llamck and Goulburn streets,' with Stabling, &.c now occupied by the owner, Mr. Probin. L...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

CHINA. The following are the documents respect-   ing the recent important occurrences at   Canton with which we have been kindly fa-   voured by a mercantile house in town, and to   which we referred in our last :—     NOTICE.—Several recent acts of the Chi-   nese, Government have compelled the Presi-   dent and Select Committee to intimate to     the authorities in Canton that while exposed to them, it is impossible that commercial in- tercourse could continue, and to acquaint the British community that unless the evils complained of were removed, or security against their recurrence obtained, such in- tercourse would of necessity be suspended on the 1st of August next. The acts of the Chinese Government   which the Select Committee have adopted as the grounds of this proceeding are follow- ing :— The seizure, close imprisonment and sub- &...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 December 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1831. The bark Integrity, Capt. Ord, sailed on Tuesday with a cargo of colonial produce and other merchandize for Sydney. The Strathfieldsay sails for Sydney to- morrow: The Government cutter, Captain Jackson, arrived on Wednesday from Bass's strait. Vessels in the Derwent, Dec. 3:-Ships William Glen Anderson, Strathfield say, Lord Lyndoch, transports ; Flora, discharging India goods ; Princess Augusta, discharging from London; Vibilia, discharging ftoni Sydney ; Eliza, David Owen, and Mary, loading for England ; brigs, Argo, Margaret, and Speculator. Considerable quantities of wool of the present clip lta?e been brought to town and sold at good prices according to quality from Qd. to Is. per lb. A large proportion of the settlers, indeed almost all the large and improved stock-keepers are shipping on their own account, the merchants and char, terers generally readily advancing almost as much as it can' be expected to clear in the London market. " ...

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VALEDICTORY STANZAS. On leaving the Forest of Arden, Crossmarsh. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

VALEDICTORY STANZA*/, .. * I; On leaving the Fotest of Arden, Lrossmarsn. . i. As the lonepilgriift, from^lipietto'« sliiine, ' lo soothe bis woes, some saciçd relic bears ; And feels, While gaping» on the holy sign, A »weet alleviation of his cares 1 Or as, «low-sinking front the dnrk Den-hill, His gold«n ey«*, yon oib, re»hing,flings O'« r nieodow, wood, and stream, and linger« still, A« if he feltjliat " palting has its stings." Sweet, Arden foi est, thus thy bowers T view, In all their wonted loveliness airay'd ; Thus caze on well-known scenes of faiiest hue, Lov'd haunts,'where onco my purest joys were [laid. feiest bp the youthful dwellers in thy shades, Whose tender thoughts I rear'd to classic lore ! Ah 1 while the landscape on my vision fades, I sigh to think thy home is mine uo more. No more for me <.h»ll thy wild rambling rills 'I heir pebbled bid*, and shady banks display ! No mure thy clark gieen glades,-thy sheep-clad hills, And dell« ni ofound »hall wake th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

IMPOJJNDE!), AT the public pound, Macquarie River, dis- trict of Campbell-town. December 1.1831, by the ovei seer of George Alston, esq.,-> - 1 ewe, half of the left ear, and firebranded A on the right check I ewe, walks as above 1 ewe, slit in both eats, firebranded H 'on the' left check ", , 1 ewe, swallow-tail in the left ear, firebrand illegible ^ ^ . * L, I wether, hole in the right ear, no firebrand 1 ewe, notch in from of the right ear, firebrand illegible 1 ewe, notch in front left ear, tip off the right, notch i» front, no fiiebiand 1 ewe, ho earmark, no firebrand 1 ewe, ^wallow-tail in the left ear, notch be bind, fiiebrahd illegible 1 ewe, nutcli hack of theright ear with a hole in lheleit, notch behind, branded G on the left cheek 1 e«fp, left ear off, quaiter off the back of right, branded 1 on the nose. 1 ewe, notch behind both eats, branded X on the left «.keek .» ! '.' 1 black ewe, tsplit left ear,"Uie notch behind right, no firebrand < 1 ewe, split in ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

Van Dimen'shani Auxiliary BiUè / Society* , THE Annual Meeting of tV« Society, *.» be held ínth. Couti', House. Hobart Town, on Wednesday the 14th DeceAbe* mitant, at wen o'clock In the evening..(( £ _ _ HOBART-TO^'ACADEMY. MB. THOMSON Bees leave to intimate that <l tlie Chriitmas Vacation, commence» on Thursday «lie 15th instant. 5th December, 1831. - _ RICHMOND HILL. ACADEMY, New Norfolk. ' * . * MRLINDLBY begs to intimate that «lie en wing Recess will commence on the 17th . fast. and-teVminate Jamiary>p.l«\35L -" Itf^'TferfelMrPfe* #>»31. ?' - - - <. " ,, - ' EDUCATION. ' MR. HENRY PARKINSON. - ' -|-JESÏ*ECTFULLY informs the inhabitant« of JtC Hobart town and its vicinity, that he in . tends receiving after the Christmas Vacation, a* li- mited number of Pupils for daily instruction in the nsnal Manches ot education. - % Mr. P. trust«, th»t as he Ins been ehgaged in tuition for the last 3 yeais, his mode of instruction * vf ill meet with the approbation...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

The anniversary of our Van Diemen's land Bible Society, we observe, takes place on Monday, and we rejoice to anticipate that the reports of its labours during the past year will be very favourable. We would on this occasion however earnestly suggest to the members the formation of another or auxiliary society to themselves which might grow out of their own numbers, and without which or some similar aid much of their laudable labours must prove nugatory. We mean the formation of a temperance society in Hobart-town after the plan of those lately projected with such Success in America and latterly in London. On the 29th of last June the now most numerous and influential London temperance society had a most gra- tifying meeting in the great new Hall now erected for the purpose of public meetings on the spot where Exeter 'Change formerly stood in the Strand, and from which Mr. Moncrieff says in his drama, the original and fortunate razor seller emigrated to this colo- ny. At that meeting...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

Fan Diemen't Land Auxiliary Èible Society. ' ~T"-*11 ' THE'Bleverrth Annaal*Meeting of^tlil» Society «rill be held in the, Çouit House. Hobart tom, Wednesday next, lb«a ^4tb instant, at, 7, o'clock in lile «venina; Hi» Excellency th« Ljeal/Gbvero«r, President, io the Chair. All person» friendlv to ihe objects of the Institu lion ti« requested, iu lavuur the Af««iing «uta Uiejr ¡tileudâncè. JAMES NORMA*, _. . Secretary. .. FOR SALE., ACömmodiöat family Hunte, with, garde«, . stable, cowlioot», and fowlhouse, in the ceñ- iré ,ipf (¡the.*ut#n> part of the price may reñíalo ia security of the property. Apply at the;Coarier Uasce. WASLEY AN, AUXILIARY MISSION ., ARY SOCIETY. ; THJî Committee of the Hobart town Wosleyah Anxiirary Missionary Society, he* to an- nounce that ti« Aitnivenary Met ling of the in. stiiution will be held in the Westevan Chapel, «n the«vening of Mottdiy.the »Sih instant, Hie Chair to he taken at half past & O'clock, precisely. introductory Vermont ' wil...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

mi"" .AMITO OF THIS DAY CONTAINS GOVERNMENT NÖTIGE, No. «40. Colonial' Secretary's OfiW, Deo. 7,1831. r A. Ti|**t «f Laana ha» been graated to John Hojdoa, «k Coanaodare Maya. . n'"TlW UcttcnantCavernar, J. BURNETT. "ti 4~1(IV£RNMKNT NOTICE, Mo. til, Colonial \X Secretaras Olflice, fee, T.1M1. Ii* perionV fer which tot undermentioned per. ?M «.? transported laving expired, a Certificate «/Freedom baa been granted to bim accord* , JIO, JtrTha*. P .f tie Iientenaiit Governor, J.BÜRNETT. OOTIRNÏUUÎT NOTICE. fNo. S49.] Colo- nial SeiK'a t)«oe. Drat 7,1831.« « \ Ant» Wetoa», IDOS, ter Da** tyan, ka» beeil i tJbporaved to tot a* CaastaW«, at the '. Lawn, oa the ' Injrwmt? tbe nnldenot-ef Arthur Davies, «sq., J. ^.>io¿WflhunTJt«l*V, ditatwséd. , ^^onnt» Watt, 1010, per Basterab Menbant, bas I iNannoint«d4othe F;eld Police', «nd, John j Jc*|>tr*Woodford, ha« barn dismissed lhere, j wt va* ftapraoer conduct, «y enainauidoftsiejtoMenant Governor, , -T- j, BÜRNETT. \ COMMISSARIAT OFFICE,...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 December 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1831. Arrived on Wednesday the 7th instant, the bark Auriga, 230 tons, Capt. F. E. Chalmers, from London 6th August, having put into St. Jago for refreshment, with a general cargo of merchandise. Passengers A.Thompson, esq. the charterer of the vessel; Mrs. Thompson, Mrs Chalmers, Josh. Flet- cher, esq. Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Mathews, David Lambe, esq. of this place, (who re- turns to us, after his late visit to England); Mr. E. P. Boiler, son of Mr. Butler, Solici- ter; Mr. John Rawling, Mrs. Patefield, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Nutal, the Reverend Joseph Orton, Wesleyan mission- ary, proceeding to Sydney; Mrs. Orton, Miss Orton, 3 children,1 servant.   The Platina, Csptap Wilson, with goods tar HohorMowa effect, bad sailed fra«» Le*«}«« J5tb J«1y, «est Fprttaaottlh the lit of Aogiist. The Lang was spoke by a vessel for Lon- don off the Western islands, and was passed by the Auriga in the English channel coming Mt. The Science...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

IMi>G.UNâ>£D, AT lhc(pnblicp»"rttl' ApiJpyiJMiili (\\"t,Ut nf Hiothwell, on thentliiw;<lf.3i^a.> ' T 1 .Large magpie: bullock, branded ¡H,)\ «n t|,e near singh. " t.o.{,Sifl 1 Brown do, fame brand. , 1 White snail homed do, same lyand. 1'Brindle and white1 cow, branded BB near thigh, l8 on,off hip. ' i >n' . > 1 Snail horned speckledcow, hr£qded J^oniW SÎHofthfi: ^ f"*1T*^* .*'*&* I 'Ginger* cdwvlirawded «M *enr "nipr ' , ti' libukioow, tilt ia tight oatpbtijisteU/G Hirroar ed °GH ón'near hip. tBB ) . ' t Black yearling heifer, B near hip. < 1 mack arid white yearling do, Bli pear Jiip. ' 1 Speckled cow, brand illegible. ' Poundage fees 6d .per bead pt* day, 3d per hepd .per ^ny for food 4-c. < > ij jf lb* abpve ammals, he nqt claimed and rerti'era ed, within the time allowed bv law, thej will be sold by mo at the *aid Pound, on Wednesday 4th January 1832, according to the provisions of the impounding act. * t W. A. BRODRIBB...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

We have some satisfaction in (finding that , C< the few remarks we ventured 'lo make in our foi last on the subject of quit refits have exciter! pa a very considérable share of the public at- mt ¿entibo., It was very natural that the pro- at minent manner in which we took occasion to shew the high rate of towri srltotrnent quit rents,'compared With the'also iàcknofcledged very high price of the late sajes'in Stephen street, should strike those with surprise who! had never seriously adverted to the subject, ant had gone on applying for allotments and improving them., merely ¡because'they saw others doing the same. This imitative sys- tem is indeed very natural to mari. In tins way one family emigrated to Swan river thd other day, and fifty others followed, without) wallinga moment to know how the first suc-J ceeded. So apt are we, from constitutional aversion to trouble and iuquiry, to depend1 on the judgment of others. It is a weakness incidental to humanity arising out o...

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EXTRACT From the Farmer's Kalendar, in the Van Diemen's land Annual and Hobart-town Almanack, now preparing for publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

EXTRACT From the Farmer's ¡Calendar, in the Van Diemen's land Annual andMobart-town Almanack, now preparing for publication. One oí the fast duties of (lie day should invaria- bly be to visit your servants hut, to see that they are all at home and properly employed. Some times one of the more intelligentvof_tliera will be found to read a few pages of some-bout, tract, or newspaper aloud to the others, and no evening ought to he passed over without either one of them, or youiself reading a chapter of the Bible and a short prayer. If yon live in such a remote part as to be beyond the reach of a place of public worship, this daly on a Sunday is absolutely necessary, if you would preserve the members of your establishment from peidition, if you would prevent them from be- coming disorderly and disobedient, ill-disposed and dishonest, alike their own &¡< well ns your enemies. At first this sacrée* duty may appear strange and unwelcome to the men, who may apparently tur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

we 4 GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS:   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 243. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec 11, 1831. James Askew, 354, Mary 2, has been appointed to act as Constable at Claremont, the residence of S. R. Dawson, esq J.P. in tbc police district of Riobmond. George Moore, 78e, Sir Charles Forbes 1, has been dismissed from the situation of Constable, and John King, Surrey, from the Field Police, for improper conduct. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. g-*\ OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 244.] Colo XX mai Secretary's Office. Dec. 14,1831 Mr. David Williams has been removed from the Situation of Division Constable. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. M5, Colonial .' Secretary'» Office, Dec. 14,1881. James Tbavne, pi'r Asia S, has been deprived of lija Ticket of Leave foi improper conduct. By Commnnd of * The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. G . OVEIÏNMENT NOTICE, No. 246, Colonial X Secietniy'8 Office» Dec. 14,1831. TJje pt...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

TO SAWYERS. ANTED for the "Van TDiemen's LandCom , T pany's Establishment at the Hamphshue and Surry hills, a Pair of good Sawyers. None but men of good character will be engsg "^Application to be made to Mr, »err, Company's Agent. Hobart town. -L_ WANTED, One pair of SAWYERS, immediate!y, ap-   ply to Mr. W. Kimberley, at Bagdad   WANTED, A LADY, as an assistant in the Launceston Establishment. Address as above.     Launceston. Nov. 80. 1831. ' ri * MABfcl»wy#>»èsfU'u ? --. JUST arrived per Research, Cap». Ogilvie, from the Mauritius, and on Bate at the store« of Messrs. John'Kerr & Co. a quantity of superior st ngar in bag*. [ Hobart tov>n. Pee 14, 1831. Ji TO BE SOLD, /Btv Private Contract, COTTAGE» with a «table and Garden, in Brisbaue street, in the occupntipn of Mr. ?»./'. f particulars inquire on the premise». TO BE LET, rTHHE House at present occupied by Mr. Bren J. toaml, in Lirerpuol street, consisting of si...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

The Courier.   SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1831.   __     Arrived on Sunday the 11th instant, H.   M. S. Sulphur, Capt. Dance, from Swan Ri-   ver. Has come to this port for a supply of   provisions for the new settlement.   Arrived on Sunday the 11th inst. the bark   Platina, 305 tons, Capt. W. S. Wilson, from   London 30th July, with a general cargo of   merchandize. Put into the Cape of Good   Hope and sailed 31st Oct. Passengers,   Mrs Willson, Mr and Mrs Ball and child, Mr and Mrs Allport and child, Mr and Mrs Chapman and child, Mr Ward, Mr Marshall, Mr Richardson, Mr Gray, Mr Sheerott, Mr Betts, Mr Carr, Mr Upjohn, Mr Braham, Mr Clark. Arrived on Wednesday the 14th inst. the bark Research, 253 tons, Captain Alexander   Ogilvie, from Calcutta 2nd of July, and the Mauritius 5th of November, with a cargo o...

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