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THE SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

T1IE SETl'LERS' 'PRODUCE CIKOUIiA.lt. - Saxuudav Evening, 4l£ o'Ctoott. . do Wheat, per buslicl ... 0 & u to 0 7 b ?Maize, .. .. ... 0 6 0 0 fi J Flour, 1st quality, per toil , v- ,?- 22'.-; 0 0 1 - 2i! 0 0 Ditto, iind, ditto, . ... . 20 ' 0 0 20 0 0 Bran ... ... . r 0' 1 0 . '0 1 9 Hay, oaten, per tan ... ,(? r- 7'- '0 1 0' '70 0 Ditto, lui Lille, ditto . . _ , ... 0 0 0 9 0 0 Straw ... ... i;.,S;10'. 0 .'2 10 0 Potatoe-, per ton ... ?' ; 1 0 0 1 10 0 Butter, 1st qual. ? ... . 'Miirket ttliitted ' Ditto second quality ... 1 ... , no dinniud. 1 Ditto, sal I inu inferior . . ... ditto '* Cheese per lb. .... ... ,0 0 7 0 0 8 Uaeoit ... ... 0 0 - S 0 0 8 per dozen ... ... 0 10 0 12 Fowls, jui imnr ... , ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ducks ... ... ' . -0 7 0 0 7 0 Turkeys .. .. .. 0 12 0 100 Geese ... ... ... 0 14 0 0 14 0 I'lB' ... . plentilul. ? ? Calves .. „. . ...' 1 ditto ? WirjjIAil Sl'EEIt, Acent, 5 . (.oifimeicial Wliarf.

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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THE RISING STORM IN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

THE RISING STORM IN ITALY. ( From the Tiivcs of August 20 th) Wvth the exception of tho Sardinian possessions, there is not a square mile of the Italian Peninsula which is not ready for revolt. The first effective rising in any one of 'ilie Italian States will set Italy in a blaze from ono end to the other. At Naples, and in the Neapolitan pro vinces, the exasperation is at the highest. Civilians can no longer tolerate the oppressions and espionage of the policc. The galleys and prisons are crammed with un fortunate persons whose crime is that they are suspected of not wishing well to the Government of the King. In tho last place, we may now say, as it is no secret, that tho army itself, with the exception of the Swiss mercen aries, has been so disgusted, with the King that the native rpo-imoTitfi nro rmulv tn -*n nvor tn t.hn normlo nn tlio first outbreak of hostilities. The Neapolitan troops, as far as the Government can contrive it, are disseminat ed about in various fortresses, ...

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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

ULLADULLA. [from our own correspondent.] Last week wo had some very heavy rain, on ncconnt of which we wore tiro post days without letters or papers, tho post being stopped by tho flood. Wo aro glud to hear, there is a commissioner appointed to carry out the opening ot the new line of road. We hope earnestly that we may soon see something done towards it ; because tho longer the road is left in the state it is now, tlio nreat.HV tlin innnnvnnionnn +.n flin nnl.li.. Wo tl„- tact of W. Wosan, Esq., being away from the settle ment at pre.-ent, will not hinder tho commissioner from starting the work at once. It will require a great deal of labor from the commissioners to carry the work through in a proper style ; but we feel confident that these gentlemen, having once undertaken tho difficult task, they will not shrink back on account of tho labor und trouble attached to Oct. 11, isse.it.

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THE AUSTRIAN'S IN HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

THE AUSTRIANS IN HUNGARY. An English traveller in Hungary has forwarded to the Times an interesing letter on the present condition of that country, and its treatment of tlio Austrians. The writer begins by stating that on tho 28th of July an agent of Kossuth, who had been somo months in prison, was hanged at Pesth, nnd that, according to his infor mant, the man richly deserved his fate. On the other hand the conduct of the Emperor, and of his Minister, Bach, towards unhappy Hungary is ns bad as thatof'King Ferdinand towards Naples. Hungary is treated as n, conquered country, pilluged and insulted. Soldiers are sent into tho villages, aud are auartered on all the in habitants, except on the nobles who aro in the employ ment of the Emperor. They insult tho people, they break all furniture, and throw out of the window any thing they do not think good enough for them. If the weather is cold they break up the floors and sides of the rooms for fuel, ami tako the thatch off tlio houses to ...

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The Illawarra District. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

-&\)i Slltratitcra Disttrt. ICIAMA. [from our own correspondent.]] H katiikr and Crops. — This wcok tho weather has been showery and warm. Vegetation is rapid, und tho pastviro has everywhere a luxuriant appoaranco. Tho potatoo crop promises an abundant yield ; so does the wheat crop, should it escapc the rust. Tho rust has already shown itself in a paddock of wheat belonging to Jfr. \Voods of Jamberoo ; but wo would hope that its spread will bo pre vented; and this a fortnight's clear dry weather would effect. Literary and Deuatino Society. — Tho attendance m i,uu [iieiuuers 01 uns society at its meeting on last Tuesday ovening was not numerous. Jlr. S. W. Gray was the essayist, and not tlio Kev. G. Jrackio who was mentioned as the essayist in the last issue of the Mercury. Jlr. Gray's essay was well received, and at tho request of the Society, ho consented to send it to tlio Mcrcurv for publication. In tho essay lie argued tho propriety of lowering tnc upset price of tho C...

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Sydney Prices Current. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

iijiiiira Writes Cttraf. 1 ( Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) Ales — English, per hhd 8 5 0 to O 0 0 Byass's, per dozen „ .. 0 10 0 00(- Alsop's, ditto 0 8 0 0 9 0 Arrowroot, per lb. ......010 013 Ditto, Manilla ? 0 0 5 0 0 tt Bacon, per lb ? 0 0 9 0 0 10 Bags, 3 bushel, per doz ? 0 17 0 0 18 O f Gunnies heavy, per dozen,. 0 7ft 0 8 0. | Bark, per ton ? .... 8 0 0 10 0 0- I Beeswax, per lb ? 0 0 7 0 0 8 f Bluestoue, ditto ? ..005 0 0 .6- f Bread, per loaf of 2 lb ? 006 00 7 I Bricks, English, per 1000 .. 3 17 O 4 0 O | Butter — Fresh, per lb ? 0 0 0 010- | Irish, ditto ? 00 10 000 » Cork Rose, ditto .... 010 010 | American, ditto ...... 0 0 10 0 0 O 1 Dutch, ditto ? ? 0 0 9 0 0 10 I Bottled Fruits, qDartz, per doz.. 0 11 0 0 12 O- | Candles — Sperm, per lb .. ..019 020 I Bolmont, ditto ? 013 0 14, ! Moulds, ditto ? 0 0 5J 0 0 O | Cement — Roman, per barrel .. 0 16 O o 0 O 1 Portland, ditto ? 1 1 0 12 Cheese— English, per lb. .... 0 1 1 0 1 2 Colonial, ditto ? O'O 6 0 0 7 '? Che...

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MORE AUSTRIAN ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

MORE AUSTRIAN ATROCITIES. [I'rom l/ie limes ol 19 th AnustA There nro somo crimes so horrible and unnnturnl that the baro report of them cannot force itself upon human belief without Btroug confirmation. Such an one is the assassination in cold blood by Austrian troops of the Roman Tribune, Angelo Brunetti, better known as Cicoruacchio, together with his two son/i, ono of nineteen, tlio other of thirteen years of age, and four other persons. General Garibaldi, than whom a moro upright man ami honorable man has not adorned the modern annals of Italy, is tlio author of this report ; and, although we would fain disbelieve it, we fear that uptfn such authority it must bo received as correct. If this ulumlil this most horrible and iniquitous butchery will do more to assist tho cause of revolution — not the cause of medernto and temperate reform— in the Italian Peninsula than all that Mazziim has been able to accomplish in n quarter of a century of agitation. This man, An-elo Brunetti, ha...

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CROWN LAND'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

CROWN LAND'S SALE. At tho Crown Land's Office Kiama, at eleven o'clock on Monday tho 22nd December tho following lots will bo offered for sale by auction. In tho district of Illawarra at tho Stockyard Mountain, between two und throe miles northwesterly from Jum beioo. Lot 1, 85a. 2r. County of Camden, Stockyard Jfoun taiu ; 2, 111a., same place; 3, 245a., samo place ; 4, 155a. 3r., same pluce ; 5, GSa. 3r., same place ; 6, H9a,, same place ; 7, 74a. 3r., samo place, 8, 9oa., same place ; 9, 127a., same place ; 10, 208a. 3r., mime place ; 11, 12Sa., same place ; 12, 62a. lr., same place; 13, 86a. lr., same place; 14, lUa. lr., under the Stockyard Mountain, Yellow Rock Creek ; 15, 46a. 3r. same placo; 1G, 41a. lr., samo place ; 17, 77a., 2J miles south westerly of Jamberoo, near to J. K. Tates 55 acres. Deed Fee, under AO ncros £1, abovo that iiuniber£l 5s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

JMdVrarra; Agricultural aud Horticultural Socioty. Founded A.D. 1844. E ANNUAL SHOW Will tnko placo AT V o i, l o K r, o k o, ON THURSDAY, THE 12th Or FEBRUARY, 1857. The following Frizes will bo awarded nccording to tlio Rules of tlio Society. The Judges Way,. nlsO) award Prizes for atiy Articlo not cnutncrated_ in tliis List ; if tlio Articlo be worthy Of a Prize, it will bo paid accordingly. Frizes Will not bo awarded to any Article or Animal which has previously received a Prise. Subscribers may cohipoto by exhibiting various samples. All Sub scriptions must be paid on of bcforo tho I)ay of Show. The Chairman nnd Honorary Secretary do not hold themselves responsible for any payment farther than tho Funds of the Society will allow. Prizes for Stock, -J*c, tionsE STOCK. £ Ah d. JBeat DrAtight Stallion .. 2 10 0 „ Blood ditto .. .. 2 10 0 „ Draught Mare .. .. i 10 0 „ Blood ditto „ ,, 1 10 0 ,) Drought tWO'year old Colt .. 10 0 » » frilly 10 0 i, Blood -, Colt .. 10 0 -» » t- Filly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

Kiama and 'Wollongong Steamer, rniili ILLAWARRA nnd NORA CREINA 1 from tlio Plioonix Wharf, SYDNEY every TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY morning at 9 o'clock,' nnd every TUESDAY and FRIDAY night at 11 o'clock. 1'Yom KIA1IA, every MONDA1, WEDNESDAY', THURSDAY nnd FRIDAY' morning at 11 a.m. £ From WOLLONGONG on the same days at 2 p.m i'ares to and irom either' place, ? Cabin ? 7s; Gd. Steerngo ? .. .. .. .. 5s. . Retnrn Tickets available for either steamer, 12s. Gd., nnd 8s. Gd. 55 Shoalhaven Steamer. rriHE NOMA ClililNA from SHOAL fa X HAVEN, every : MONDAY and Igjadjbil gL„ THURSDAY morning nt9 o'clock,- cull-. ing at KIA.MA and WOL LONG ONG From Sydney every TUESDAY and i FRIDAY'' -'.night at 11 o'clock, calling at WOLLONGON G and KIAAIA Direct and Return Tickets at the very lowest fares as previously advertised. ' 54 Steam between Kiama, 'Wollongong, and Sydney. HP1115 K[AMA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S Fast and Favourite Steamer . . 'KIAMA' plies regularly twice a week between Kia...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. November 3.— Coila, schooner, 108 tons, Edringron, from 'Wol* lington 10th October November 9.— Shamrock (s.), 200 tons, Warner, from Moreton Jlay 5th iustant. Spray, brig, 150 tons, Seott, from Nclsou 22nd, October. Grafton (-.), 220 tons, Wiseman, from the Clarence 5th instant. Haven, schooner, lift tons, lirown, from MoretunJUay 2Uth ultimo. Yarra Varra («.), 5G0 tons, Bell, from -Melbourne 6th instant. November 10.— Sable Cluef, schooner, loO tons, Lake, from Tort Curtis 2ftth ultimo. November 31. — Kmily Jane, pchooner, 1^2 tons, Beer, from November 12.— Brilliant, schooner. 180 tons, Wilrion, from Mel bourne Sth in-tuiit. Monarch, bar.jue, :J15 tons, Kelly, from Mel bourne 9th instant. Spec, brig, ISO tons, I'addon, from New Caledonia liOth Oc'.ober. James Glbaon, schooner, l;iS tona, l'iekering, from Chatham Islands 10th October. Maria, brig, 230 tons, Ashmore, from New Caledonia 28th October. William, brigantine, Snow, from Port Macquurie. November...

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European. FIFTEEN DAYS' LATER FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

(Ettrnpcatt. ' FIFTEliN DAYS' .LATER FROM ENGLAND. By the arrival of the 'White Star, we have news from England to the 20th August. The intelligence received ?is. not wry important. The following extracts are from ;the latest papers to hand : — SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS. ( From the European Times.) Somo uneasiness begins to be felt in commercial circles ?lit the speculative spirit which the Limited Liability Act is beginning to engender. Up to the end of the half year tho amount of capital required for tho schemes an nounced was upwards of twenty-three millions. In tho month of July this amount was increased by nearly live millions and n half. Tho most peculiar feature of the , present speculative turn is, that many of the schemes are of foreign growth — things that would not have been ?lookedat or countenanced before the change in the law. With i regard to our own colonies — India, Canada, and ?elsewhere — people subscribe their money with their eyes ?open.; but with regard to many...

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Original Poetry. THE WAY OF THE WORLD JUSTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

(Driginnl |tofaj. ? THE WAY OF TIIK WOULD JUSTIFIED, by a. Tho Knight of old, who sought to win tho smilca Of Ltuly fair, her fiiTor to engage, Sought out bold enterprise, hardily JJneouutnrcd duugers that none othew dared, And, with his lanee and sword, fought up his way, Till he could openly his lore declare, And honorably wear the prize lie 'd won* 3Ie buried not himself in .solitude, .. ' Nor sighed away his soul in vain complaint* * But firmed hiniselt and, like a man, went forth To battle fortune ; conquer her or die. And ho did conqucr her ; bocauM? his will 'Was strong, and noble courage filled hi.s heart* Do tlion the samo, fond dreamer J Art thou poor ; And Is thy poverty alone the cause That thou dost not sueeeed in winning loro? It cannot be ; true love is not controlled, Or influenced, by paltry love of gold, But with true Invo thero may bo such a thing As prudent foro»i«ht; which would *ce, per chance, That even love, ethereal though it be, ^ Cannot subsist on airy mil...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

SCOTLAND. The Royal Colloge of Surgeons, Edinburgh, havo elected Sir Andrew Smith, Director-General of the Army and Oi'dnanco Medical Department, an honorary Fellow of the College. O11 August 0, a mob assembled in tho market-place, Kolso, and proceeding to the Catholic chapel, Bowmont street, set lire to it ; and, in defiance of tho exertions of tho police, it was consumed, tho bhickencd walls only re maining. Mr. David Buchanan, lately editor of tho Caledonia Mcrcury, and now in connection with 1111 influential papo n tho West of Scotland, has just been presented with a splendid service of plato and several valuable works of literature, by his brethren of the press in Edinburgh. The Scotsman reports that wheat reared by tho Marquis of Tweeddalo on a farm at Danskine, 750 feet above the level of the sea, has brought, in tho Haddington market, 2s. a quarter moro than any other wheat ex hibited. Tho Brechin Advertiser savs the 12th of August, so interesting to tho sportsman, has again...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

IRELAND. Elcvan ctvillians, laborers and mechanics, have been arrested and committed to Nenagli gaol on a charge of taking part with the Tipperary militia, and inciting them to violence, 011 tho occasion of the late mutiny. O110 of tlio persons sent for trial is described as a clerk of a chapel. Charles M'Creailv, the soldier who was convicted lately at Cork Assizes of tho wilful murder of Sergeant M'Quinny, of the GSth Light Infantry, has received sen tence of death. It is understood that the execution is to take place on Monday, tlio 22nd of September. It the accounts Irom Limerick are to be credited, the marvellous comet of 1056, after an absence of just three centuries, has made its predicted re-appearance in the south of Ireland. Accounts from Cork announce that on August 2nd the squadron which left Queenstown about a fortnight since arrived in the harbor, aud came to aichor. During tlio whole of Sunday crowds poured down in every successive train or steamer to visit those nobl...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wo have roceived papers from Adelaide to the 27th ultimo. On tho 25th October, a despatch arrived from the Secretary of State for tho Colonies, accompanying the New Constitution. On the following day his Excellency proclaimed the New Constitution Act, aud in the same Gazette the fol lowing appointments to constitute tho New Ministry appeared : — The Honorable Boyle Travera Finnis, to be Chief Secretary. The Honorable Richard Da vies Hanson, to bo Attorney General. Tho llonorablo Robert Richard Torrens, to be Treasurer. The Honorable Arthur Henry Freeling, to be Com missioner of Publio Works ; since resigned. Charles Bouncy, Esq., to be Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. The Adelaide Times, of the 27th, snys — 'The steamer Melbourne, with tho Murrumbidgee in tow, brought down four hundred and seventy-one bales of wool from the Upper Murray district to Goolwa 011 her last trip.' The inquest 011 the man who had been killed in a fight at Watervale, is thus rep...

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SCALE OF FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

SCALE OF FEES. .^j. Not exceeding 50 acres .... ......?? 1 ; 0 0 Abovo 50 and not exceeding 300 acres .i ; 1: :5 0 Above 300 aud not exceeding 040 acres. . 1 10;. ; 0 I'rom 640 acres upwards .. .. .. .....v. '3 0 0

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The Australian Colonies. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

€\)t liiBfnilian CulintiLi VICTORIA. We have Victorian news to the 3rd instant. The last of the elections had been do ided, and although complete returns had not been received from two of tlio outlaying polling- places thero was 110 doubt entertained that Mr. llammilland Mr. Ebdeti had been returned for tho Wimmera, or that Mr. J. G. Ware and Mr. Colin (Jump hell, had a majority of votes in the united counties of Polwarth, Ripoii, Hampden, and South (irenville. Tho following notice of tho political movements iu Melbourne is Irom the Age of tlio 3rd instant: — ''Par- liament, it is said, will meet ou tho 20th. Tho members t.l, w„„, „.;i 1, . ,1.1 ? Ii.„: ? ? :u. 11.. view of preparing standing rules for their future adoption. At their last moeting they sent a message to tho Gov ernment requesting to know when the house was to meet, and aiso to know who was to represent tho Government iu their August body. Wo are not aware that any reply has been roceived to theso queries. Among men s...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. The Deeds specified in this List being ready for de livery, oil payment of the authorised fee, to the Grantees or their Agents duly authorised, (authorities must bear the signature of the Grantee, attested by a Jlugistrato ; the fee3 aro according to the Scale at the foot of this list,) it is requested that early application may bo made for them at this Office. Parties applying for Deeds aro particularly requested to state the number placed against those they may re quire. 287 James Armstrong, Kiamn, 3a. 2r. l2p. 871 Edward Birmingham, Camden, 64a. 875 Thos. Boxsoll, Gerringong, 2r. '? ? ? 876 ditto ditto, ditto, 2r. 877 ditto ditto, ditto, 2r. 878 ditto ditto, ditto, 2r. 900 ditto ditto, ditto, 2r. ? ' 901 John Blow, ditto, 2r. 898 John Collov, Oiundcn, 7n. 2r. 915 Samuel Clark, ditto, 40a. 3r. 916 ditto ditto, ditto, 123a. 2r. 24p. 917 Charles Cameron, Kiama, 2a. 2r.' 918 ditto ditto, ditto, 4a. 2r. 919 ditto ditto, ditto, 4a. 2r. 920 ditto ditto, d...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 17 November 1856

Cntmtira'ial. , . SYDXEY MARKETS, . f Saturday Evenino, 4 Vs o'Clook. £. s. d. ' £ s. -i Flour... ... ... .1. '20 0 0 to 22 0 0 Wheat, per bushel (dull) .1. ,0 6 0 0 7 0 Maize, in demand, ... ...' 0 5 0 - ' 0 6 3 Oats (Scotch) ._ ... ... - 0 0 0 0 7 0 Barley (English) ... ... . 0 i 0 . ? 0 4 - 0 Potatoes— old aus. to SOf. per tin— now..*' ? 0 0 ' 0 r 7 0 0 Onions, scarco ... 1 10 0 2 I) 0 II ay, per ton (onton) ... ... 7 0 0 8 0 0 Lucerne ... .,. .,, ? 0 10 0 ? 6 0 0 Burl: (downward tendency) _ 0 0 0 8 0 0 Pigs sale ibtcat fiou .. 0 0 4 0 0 0 Calves ... ... 0 10 0 1 10 0 Fowls, per pair (m demand) ... 0 0 0 v0 0 0 Ducks, ... : ... 1 0 7 ? 0-- ? ' 0' 0 0 GecBe ... . . ... ,-... 0 8 0 0 10 0 Turkeys . . . . ... 0 10 0 10 0 Butter, 1st qual. plentiful aud dull of salo -0 10 : '01 0 Ditto, interior (nominal) ;.. ' ... 0 0 -' H' 0 0 1J Clieeso colonial (ucal'ce) ... ' 1 ... '0 0 7 .0 0 8 Eggs, pel dozen n. 1 .. 0'1-2' 0 12 Lard ... . . ... ... 0 0 6 0 0 0 Hams ... ... , 0 9 0 0 0 In Baco...

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