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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

Sitpptng 3fintcligriuc . -0 aRRIVALS. February 12.-Governor PIdllip, brig, 188 tons, Captain Handley, from Norfolk Island the 1st inst. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Rogers; Mr. Blyth and family, Mr. Robertson and family, Mrs. Bolt, Mr. Gabbett and family, Mr. Lanyon, Mr. Gladhill and family, sixteen rank and file of the 96th regiment, and fifty-one prisoners of tie Crown. "15.--Soulahldar, ship. 762 tons, Captain Umfre ville, from London, having left the Downs the 5th November. Passengers-Captain Vaux and ser vant, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew, Mr. anti Mrs. Willan two children and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Morrisand two daughters, Miss Thomas, Messrs. Price, Hall, Sloman, Ryan, Cotton, Stirling, Crate, Tratt, Mrs. and Miss Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and servant.

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STEAM TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

STEAM TO ENGLAND. We have been favoured (says the Herald) with the following copy of a letter addressed by Sir George Larpent and the Honorable F. Scott, to Lord Grey, on the steam question. We believe his Lordship's reply had not been received by the end of October. Australian Steam Committee Rooms, No. 30, Great Winchester-street, Broad-street, London, 10th October, 1846. To the Right Honorable Earl Grey, Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, &c., &c., &c. Mr Loan,--On the 17th of April last, a meeting of merchants, bankers, traders, and others, con nected with or Interested in the several colonies of Australia and New Zealand, was held at the London Tavern The object of the meeting was, to endeavour to extend the benefits of Steam Navigation to the Aus tralian Colonies, and a large Committee was ap pointed to examine the merits of the various routes suggested, by which a communication by Steam Vessels between these colonies and New Zealand, an...

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THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY, [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY, (From the Times, October 31.) The decision of the Cabinet on the present crisis is such as was most generally and, we think, most reasonably expected. Parliament is not to meet until late in January. Tile ports are not to be opened. A more popular policy than this might be ima gined by those who make popularity the reward of concessions to a premature clamour, and submission to an over-estimated necessity. But those who judge of a Government's actions by its adherence to solemn obligations and its appreciation of circumstances, will hesitate before they accuse the Cabinet of delay, obstinacy, or Injustice. To the first proposal, which the present state of things has elicited, viz., that of convoking Parliament, there are many and obvious objections. For, to put aside the most important one, which is founded on the prospect of a certain supply of food for the empire, it is evident that Parliament could not be summoned without causing the great embarrsssment ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GoULuaRN-Ma. CARNEY. BESaSMA-MR. B. M'MAuoN. PATErSON--MR. J. O'SULLIVAN. PAaaRRAMATTA M. P. CARDIFF. PoaT PHILLIP -Ma. J. BULLEN. WoLLONOOnG-MR. THOMAS FOWLERI. BATHURST-Ma. T. JONES. QUEANnEYAn-ME. J. J. WRoGHT. MAITLAND-MR. T. MAHONY. CAMPBELLTOWN, &C.-MR. M'ALISTLB. WNNDsoR--M. JAMES CAssIDY. PENRITH-MR. JAMES M'CARTHY. JERRY'S PLAINS-MR. J. J. .HARPUR. BUGONNIA-MR. EDWARD HUGHES. ADELAIDE-Ma. JOHN NOWLAND. YAss--Ma. C. ROUaKE. GEELcOG--Ma. JOHN MouRHt CLAREECE TOWN AND DUNGOG - MR. DMIs TIERNEY. Published in the United Kingdom, by MR. JONES, 63, PATERNOSTER-ROWi LI.ONDON.' Ma. W. J. BATTERSBE, 10, ESSEBXBRIDGBE?PAI LIAMENT-STRRET, DUBLIN. Printed for the Proprietor by EDWARD JOHIIN HAtW i* LIlY, of IRerdrn, in the County of Cumberland, and pub lirhed by him at the Chronicle Oltol, No.143, iEon.street East. Sydney, Nle Sorth &Wales.-.Wcdneeday,Fcbnrury l, 18T7.

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Ireland. Dublin, October 29. THE FERMOY DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

Irelatti. -o- (From the 71mes' Correspondent.) Dublin, October 29. THE PERMOY DEPUTATION. Mr. O'Connell having appointed this day for the interview between the Fermoy deputation and the Lord Lieutenant, the honorable and learned gentle man proceeded, at 11 o'clock this forenoon, to the Imperial Hotel, for thile purpose of joining his col. leagues, and thence proceeded in a body to the Vice. regal Lodge in the Park. In the meanwhile an in timation of the intended visit of the deputation was communicated to his Excellency, who, rather unex pectedly, announced his intention of postponing tile audience until to-morrow afternoon, till which time the Cork deputies must bottle up their eloquence as best they can under their disappointment. LBTTE.R FaoM THE PRaIEtaR. The Evening Post, the Government organ, con tains the following letter, addressed by Lord John Russell to his Grace the Duke of Leinster :- " Downing-street, Oct. 17. " My dear Duke,-The Royal Agricultural So ciety, of which yo...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

Wart(t(es. -o- t THE EARTHQUAKE AT PIsA.-M. Pilla, professor I of geology at Pisa, has published an interesting s account of the earthquake which was so recently c felt over the whole coast of Tuscany. After ex amininig the divers effects of the motion in the prin- c cipal circle of its" nction, as well as in its secondary I1 extent, he procesds to show that the propagation of motion was strongest in the hills of Volterro and' Sienna, and more feeble in the secondary parts of the Appenine and the Alps, on account of the differ- s ent topographical formation and geological construc- c tion of both these places. He gives it as his opinion I that there was no relation between the earthquake r felt in Tuscany and the phenomena which were t apparent before and after, in the kingdom of Naples. " On the 14th;, says M. Pilla, " the sun arose at I Pisa upon a calm and beautiful day. At noon, I s was, as is my custom, in the Museum of Natural History of the University, classifying minerals. I...

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FAMINE IN IRELAND.—GOVERVMENT MEASURES FOR RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

FAMINE IN IRELAND.- GOVERVMENT MEASURES FOR RELIEF. '(From the Tipperary Vindicator.) In consequence of the great distress in Ireland arising from the failure'of the potato crop, various reports have been circulated as to what the Govern ment is about to do to relieve the necessitous popula tion. As to what are the intentions of the Govern ment we will not venture any speculations, but what has actually been ordered we may inform our leaders. Six of her Majesty's steam-vessels and two Ordnance lighters are at present employed on the coast of Ireland, not only in conveying Indian corn meal,. but also ship biscuit, from Cork to the various points on the coast and up the rivers in Ireland. Her Majesty's steam-sloop Stromboli, Captain Fisher, has proceeded from Cork to Tarbert, with between 800 and 000 sacks of Indian corn meal, and having discharged the same into her Majesty's steamers, Alban and Pluto, will return to Cork for more " bread stuff." Her Majesty's steamer Pluto, Captain L...

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OUR UNIVERSITY MEN AND THE MATERIALISTS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.—SIMPLE PARALLEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

OUR UNIVERSITY MEN AND THE MATE RIALISTS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CEN TURY.- SIMPLE PARALLEL. (From the Univers.) The Gazette de Lyon publishes excellent articles upon the religious doctrines of M. Thiers; it es tablishes superabundantly that this statesman is the faithful disciple of the philosophers of the Eighteenth Century. It makes on this subject a parallel which cannot be read without interest, and which we recommend to all the Catholic electors who are obligated to send their children to the University establishment. " M. Thiers, who belongs not to the University, takes always notwithstanding the defence of that body with the most lively warmth .; it is that the University, as the Eighteenth Century, appears to have taken the task of destroying, by all possible means, the Catholic religion, or rather all religions, and ' to give fair play to God in twenty years hence.' It is that the philosophy of the University is a simple reproduction, an exact copy of that of the Eighteenth Cent...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1847. RESULT OF THE LAST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

TIHE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. tWEDNE SDA Y, FEBRUARY 17, 1847. RtESULT OF THE LAST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. 'IN our'last urniber we expressed our im patience for the next intelligence of ad vanced date that might arrive from Europe. Our wishes on that score"have been grati fled by the ship Soubahdar reaching: our port after a quick passage of 101 days, and bringing us London papers down to the 4th November. Copious extracts from these latest journals will be-found in other columns, selected for their political import ance at the present critical juncture, ac cording to our best judgment, and to the amplest means of our allotted space. We ,now proceed to give such a summary of the .principal facts that this intelligence has laid before our view, together with such infe rences to be drawn from them, as our duty enjoins, and the state of our 'knowledge .and experience will admit. We have never laid claim to any extra ordinary degree of prescience, but our read ers will do us the justice to bear...

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MADEIRA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

- MAVDEIRA. (From the Echo da Revokecao of Funchal.) Doctor Robert Reid Kalley, incited as some believe r-by a benighted fanaticism, or as others think by a morbid passion for -notoriety, ot-for even this had been asserted-by merely. pecuniary considerations , (speculating on the credulity of his felloiv country men), or by whatever other motive he may.have been urged, it is an undeniable and universally acknow .ledged fact, that his chief business.and constant employment from the unhappy day In which he first .landed on the shores of. Funchal -down to the 9th day of the present month, have. been.a series of in . cessant machinations against the religion, of the State, and in so far against the peace and tranquility of Madeira. This astute and .cautious personage, fertile as he is in the invention of stratagems and subterfuges, has been cunning enough to elude on all occasions whenever efforts hiave been made by the • Qucen's Government, the authorities-of the island, the Bishop of ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, FEB. 12. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDIfNGS. FRIDAY, FEB. 12. Before the 'Chief Commissioner. . PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Patrick M Carron, a single meet ing: George Cooper. Turner, 1031. Gs. Gd.. ?The insolvent was examined, and the meeting adjourned until the 20th instant. In the estate of Simon Elliott, a single meeting was held, but no claims were proved. SATURDAY, FEB. .13. In the estate of John :Outram Wascoe, an ad journed single meeting, was held, at which the trustees of Robert Campbell proved a .claim for 191. 2s. Id. After the insolvent had been examined at some length, he was allowed to retain his fur niture and wearing apparel. MONDAY, FEB. 15. In the estate of George Townshend, a special meeting, at which some evidence was taken, but no claims were proved. The meeting was then ad journed till Tuesday. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. To-aoaaow.-Thomas Edward Higgins, An drew Donovan, John Chessman, Thomas Charles Thomas, all for certificates, at noon. FRIDAY.-William Klensendorflfe, an adjo...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

DOPAKtTURES. February 12.-Coqu'ette, schooner. Captain M'Cook, for Auckland and Tahiti. Passengers Mrr. and Mrs. Waetford, and Mr. John Russell. 12.-George, barque, Captain M'Vicar, for Loan don. Passengers-- Mr.\ Wyld, and1 Mr. and Mrs. Beveridge and son. 12.-Kate, schooner, Captain Salmon, for Port Nicholson.' Passengers-Mrs. Kemp and servhnt. 12.- Secret, schooner, Captain Boyles, fur More ton Bay, and NorthAustralia. 13.--Dorset, brig, Captain Walsh, for Adelaide. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Hart and daughter,Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Morehead three childrez aind ser vant, 'Mrs. Carroll, Mr. A. A. H. Jacqies,'Ir. and Mrs. Baker and child; Mrs. Julia' Baker and child, Mrs. Simpson and child, Mr. Hugh Wallace, .Mr. and Mrs. Roach and tao children, Mr, Miller, Mr. 1lees,.and Mr. Tullock. 13.-.Deborah, schooner, Captain Bljiss, WTrPor" Nicholson. Passengers-Mrs. Bliss, Messrs. J. J. Peacock; John Peacock, Morgan Evains,':'James Hair, Wood, Miles, Spencer, Mrs.' Boulger ?nd'two children, and Dr...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

;irltt.l 7rtt'actt. -0 DRonourT IN NArLEs.-Letters from Naples an nounce that tile extreme heat had entirely dried up the country parts. The peasants could find no water for their cattle., which were perishing of thirst, and making the air resound with their cries. The shepherds saw their sheep dying daily before their eyes for want of pasturage. The Government was occupied in dispatching water to the districts which suffered most from the drought, at a certain rate of quantity per family. In some parts of the country water was sold at the price of wine. The capital alone was exempt from the sufferings of this extra ordinary drought, which had already led to tumul tuous movements among the people. A vulgar opinion had spread that Mount Vesuvius had dried up all tbb water In the country surrounding it. - The volcano was emitting neither fire nor smoke, and this gave rise to the fear of a sudden and horrible eruption.. It was stated that the volcano was throw Ing up from time time qua...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

'lHE GOVERNOR.--His Excellency the Governor arrived from his trip to the Hunter dis trict, in the'Tamar, steamer, on Monday evening lact. CITY COUNCIL.-A meeting of the City Council was called on Monday last; but at a quarter past three o'clock, as there were only seven members present, the meeting broke up. EQUITY COURT.--This Court sat for a short time yesterday, but after the disposal of one or two unimportant motions, it was asojourned until Tuedsay next. TOLLS AND FERRIES.-HIIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the fol lowing result of the sale on the 19th December last, of dues arising from the undermentioned toils and ferries, for the year 1847, be published for general information :- -Annandale Bridge - Lessee, W. J. Dwyer; sureties, George Hill and Isaac Titterton ; rent for 1847, 1,0001. Beckett's Bridge-Lessee, Thomas Randall; sureties, George Shepherd and James Galloway. for 2701. Lansdowne Bridge Lessee, John Obee ; sureties, George Hill and Charle...

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Select Poetry. WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

-o WA R. (From the Freeman's Journal.) War ! when shall that accursed word Be blotted from man's page of woe P War ! shat feasts the carriol'bird, Makes man of man the mortal foe I Let's, through the haaze of streaming blood. A glance upon its revels cast; And see what compensating good It e'er bestowed for ills so vast. Be those revolting visions hid Of Delhi's and Angora's slain; Heed not the ghastly pyramid Of trunkless heads on Bagdad's plain ; Pass Mahmud's, Zengis', Timour's deeds Of savage slaughter shuddering by And but where man for Glory bleeds Cast retrospection's throbbing eye. :See Macedonia's fiery son O'er trampled thrones and cities sweep ; aBehold him, his last victory won, ;For.lack of future conquests weep ! :He weeps not Chlfronea's day, When freedom sank beneath his sire, Nor mourns the glories past away, Of fam'd Persepolis or Tyre. See Charles to promised vict'ry lead The flower of his exhausted land, .,Amid the Ukraine's swamps to bleed At mad ambition's wild...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

February 15.- Soub 47, ship, 762 tons, Captain Umfreville, from on: 8 quartcr-casks Madeira, Donaldson an . ; 30 pockets hops, 37 cases liquorice juice, ~ ses flint glass, 2 cases castor oil, 10 barre ngcr, 44 casks B.P. rum, 299 cases gin, 56 c slda, 150 tins oil, 30 crates earthenware, 2 pianos, I tin case, J. Johnson ; 23 bales, 50 half-barrels, and 50 quarter-barrels, 19 packages, 100 baskets French wine, 130 boxes glass, 10 casks blacking, 667 bags salt, 19.bales, 16 bales paper, 24 bales and 7 cases woollens, 0 boxes sealing wax, Lyall, Scott, and Co.; 100 hogsheads porter, 2 entire horses, 10 packages, Cooper and Holt.; 9 casks, W. Wyatt; 14 bales and I case paper. Martyn and Combes ; 41 bales corks, W. Walkerand Co.; 3 bales British goods, Dr. A'Beckett; 2.5 hogsheads rum, 4 bales, 5 cases, 2 casks, and 23 cases wine, 100 cases Geneva, Montefiore, Graham, and Co.; 1 truss apparel, J. T. Ingham m; 97 puncheons mait, R. and E. Tooth; 40 hogsheads wine, Griffiths, Fanning, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

L I S T of Subscriptions towards the erection of St. Benedict's Church, Sydney, Sunday Evening, February 14, 1847 :-, £ s. d. Collected at the respective services, morning and evening .....?.. 2 5 10 Master Jenkins and .Brother ........ 0 5 0 Mr. Cummings and Brother ....... 0 5 0 Mr. Malier. 2s. Gd.-Mr. Walsh, 2s 6d. 0 5 0 Mr. Donnelly, 2s. 6d.-Mrs. Meillon, o 2s. . ........ 0 5 0 Mr. Morann, 2s. Od, - Mr. Devany, 2s. 64. ........ 0 5 0 Mr. Adams, 2s. Gd. - Mr. Nerney, 2s. Gd. ........ 0 5 0 Mr. IHardiman, 2s. Od.-Mr. Corcoran, 2s. Gd. ... 0 5 0 Mrs. Murphy, 2s. Gd. - A Friend, 2s. 6d. 0 : 5 -0 Mr. Barry, 2s.-Mr. Casey, 2s....... 0 4 0 Mr. Owen, Master Hunt, Mrs. Hely, and Mr. Carey, Is. each ........ O 4 0 COLLEOTORS. Miss Byrnes, i s. Od.--Miss Martin, £1 lie. ' .......o 2 2 0 Mrs. Goulde, 1Os.-Mr. Curran, Os..; 1 5 I) Miss. Catherine Stintson .....:. "I 2 6 Miss Guy, Os.-Mlis B.,8s, ........ 0 18 0 Miss Keck ........ 10 0 4154 Total........£10 11 4 IN TIME FOR LENT. 50 BARRnELS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 February 1847

" j The yney Chronicle" is published Iwivea a week, on 1ednesday and Salurday; and is extensively circulated. throughout New Soult Wales, Van ieen's Land, South ustrli, New Zealad, and Indi; ad in la , nd and Ireland.- e Qurers end on the 1t r, 30th June, 30th September and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it,. after paying theamoint due.--Advertisers should mark oneach advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are cninued till counlermonded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisemente must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday :and Frida , but new advertisements are received tillsix o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructionts must be given in writing, and all letters post pid - ? . , _,. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. ... .. rtJ ,a d l etr p p i NOTIC E. T HIE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, U. and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, thet the following rules will in future be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847

SETTLERS. A RE respectfully solicited to inspect the .L. stock of Slops, Blankets, " ' Clothiirigic.; & ;:'. ' -. At PITE AND PRESTON'S :their'stock being at present replete with. every article sultable for the bush, all of. which will. hbe,found (without any .ex ception) the cleapest in the trade: foi: id addition to the late Importations, a large lot linasieeri purchased in the' Sydney market at less than the English cost price... prc. EXAMPLES. , 9-4 Stout blankets, 8s. 9d. der pair . 10-4 Ditto ditto, Ils. 'd. per.pair . 11-4 Ditto ditto; 14s. Gd. per pair Moleskin "trousers,,large size, 54s. per dozen n: "' Regatta shirts, large sizes, 20s per dozen , Striped cotton shirts, 14s. Gd. per dozen Flannels, calicoes, sheeting, prints, &c., &c. 8&e., 'equally cheap., ... GENTLEMEN'S READY-MADE CLOTHING. ' The bist assortment hit Sydney; iell' cut, and made on the premises .'and in the TAILORING DEPARTMENT,. a stdit of clothes, with ,cut, quality, and w...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847

....IMPORTS ,, February 17.-Anne Ailne, barque, 504 tons, Captain Thorns, from Port Phillip: Cargo' from Glasgow-6'hogsheads blocks, R. How and Co.; G pipes;, 15 quarter-casks wine, 11 boxes 6 bales cot tons, 1 box muslins, 6 cases grates, 1 package oars, 200 boxes glass, :27 bales and 4 boxes paper; 4 millstones, 1 box plated goods, 4 casks white lead, 8 boxes marble, 50 half-barrels, 63 firkins, and -100 half-firkins herrings, Gilchrist and Alexander; i box apparel, Nesbitt; 1 bark mill, 1 cask hardware, M'Kennon ; 2 -boxes pictures, -R..Roland; 4 casks and .14 .cases wine, Riddell; 6 casks spirits, 1 box lamps,- 1 case. glass,' 2 boxes thread, Buyers and Laehhead; 10 casks nails, Thacker and Co. ; 10 bales woolpacks, W. Walker and Co.; 1.box apparel, Miss-Taylor; I box drugs, W. Macintosh; -I ebox apparel, D. Robertson; 4 boxes cottons, Learmonth ; 1 box woollens, V. M. Doney-; 2 boxes stationery, .22 bales paper, D. and Ji Dickson; 4 bales 2 boxes paper, Smith and' Co.; 13 bales...

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