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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. THE MOTHER COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. THE MOTHER COUNTRY. IT must be a question of deep interest to   every colonist, whether the late measures adopt- ed by His Majesty and Ministers, will have the effect of removing from Great Britain the difficul- ties which encompass her, and averting the storm which seems to hang threatening over her hear, or whether the relief obtained will be temporary and evanescent. Every man in this colony, whe- ther he be the descendant from the British parents or an Englishman born, entertains a degree of parti- ality for good Old England, almost amounting to enthusiasm. The native youth of Van Diemen's Land speak of Albion as "Home" with the ut- most affection—they look upon her as their     Mother Land—they are proud of her glory—     moved by her difficulties—well aware of the   beauty of her Institutions, and ready to support her with every energy. The Englishman born, is probably, wh...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16, 1831 The frequent sudden, and, to their credi- tors, undesirable departures of individuals from this port, induces us to move the alten- tion of the Government to the necessity which exists for providing some remedial measure, in order to protect the public from a system of fraud, which now casts a damp upon the spirits of the traders, and militates very much against the prosperity of this place. he idea of reducing all transactions to a ready money system is chimerical, and we much fear one which can never be realis- ed ; and therefore, it is a crying evil — an in- justice — a grievance of the first magnitude that a trading town like Launceston, the se- cond Port in the Island, should be without Court of Justice — without a person to issue ???, and worse than all, without a water bailiff. A man may now, when on   ship-board, defy his creditors to their teeth, unless the Captain is honorable enough to give him up, even although ...

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REVIEW OF CAPT. R. MIGNAN'S "TRAVELS IN CHALDEA." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

BEVlfcW OF CAPT. R* MIONAN^S 'TRAVELS 1 ; -IN CHAXDBA.' ' (From the Sydney MoMtor.) On the 2M«f October, 1827, Captain Migijan1 teff Bnfcsorah, accompanied by six Arabs, cbn\ p&fefe armVd and equipped, with the Intention7 of* penetrating into the heart of Babylonia. He ? j-rbfcejde-d_ along the banks of the Shu tu I- Arab, or, t\vb river o7Tiie~~£t'a1jsy-*tiu^as5ed on-*o-th^ Tigris, which is one of the finest rivers, in the east. A few hours brought him to the untrodden desert, which, pathless and trackless, is explored bjHfhte ' natives w lth the assistance of th e stars. Wlieo he arrived at a Village called Zetchiuh, the Arab guards were afraid to proceed without per mission of the Chief, which- was easily obtained, but riot until a tax, or tribute, was paid by the atftbor. On the verge of the savage wild, it ap ? p*j*rs^ itiafe-tlie^sVsteta' of espionage and taxatipjn' which it- Mi^ipused to be confined to the civilised condition ot 'society, Is practised with as much per...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

Itns now believed thm the oppo^ftfoa to the~ Reform Bill wHI b« much leis Iti tHt»|fo^ieof -jfited^fne^iniffc^ -»' * *uft«8«*Mf ^refcjpwfo #? the Tories seem to have no leaderMiide^I a6 one , on whose judgment and oVtiision lhe^i*«AI'flieln selves rely— is much less-disposed than he was to to. opposes the ministers: and, although^ hw Grace's opinions on th* Subject of1 E«6rin may have undergone no change^ the necessity of yielding ; td~ttfe~w1sh of Ihe nation has now become so obvious, and the hope of any successful oppo sition to the Government so faint, that we |hall not be surprised if the Reform Bill should pass through the lords even with a coiwideraWe'fliajo rity. tori! Plunkett sewmed to, hate bo mercy on 'the Warouis oMaPDdondeHiy-4iistInigh4j who is making fimself unpopular, even among his Own ?party, by hfs want of -prudence and good'sensei . : . . t ? —^-. — ; ? ^ House of Commons, JutY 12th.^-On Lord Johni Hussell moving that tht House resolve Itself into a I committee, ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23, 1831. Very contradictory reports are in circu lation on the subject of the intention of ministers with regard to sending convicts to 'itiese --Colonies.' Two statements are~puF forth as undoubted facts.— The one is, that , no more prisoners will be sent to these colo nies after the termination of the present year : tfae other is, that Van DiemenV Land is to —- be the only penal settlement, in future, Nevy jSouth Wales being made a free colony. ? There-' — 1» — ^hlng-^o-improba^ie^n-boia- thsse reports, thai we are not much inclined to give credence (o either. Our notice of the one is already before the public; and ~ yplth regard to (he other, we feel assured it mxisi nave arisen ra a itifcunderstanding, simi lar to that whichgave rise to a recent report respecting the re-union of the two colonies. As of old, our reason for doubting the truth of it is sin ply because we can discern no 'probable cause for such a chaDge, nor any ^aiible^lgeetH...

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[FROM THE ATLAS.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

, ? '-: ?. - — v.- ^_... [From the A'tlas.] j POLAND.-Conspiracv JW^rfMopi SW^V iOfwr^ ted ^o^ dellvet %*t«bW to^their' hands. General Hnrtfe was insUntly aneited wifli Gem S a tack I, Colonel Huppclci, and 'Madame Basano n Jankowski is i radicated, so Tthat his retreat be fore ttudiger is ;u. counted for by his treason? The Archduke Co»- tan trne has fallen a victim tb the cMl«r^r7whicllifi_eeins to fight on thesideof Po land against the gold of Russia. The Prussia w . State -G m ett k gi veB « Metalled acco.unt of a de^ feat sustained by Gielgad & Chlapowski, which we I lipprra ''Iwit %odii-ypha1rt^ soorc*, a t least, is doubtful* » There ^was a suspension of hostilities between the main armies, indctced by the rpt»orr ed success of treati^^ which, ho wever, hare failed, antLthe cpniest is still to be decided by the -edge 'of the sword V- The treachery of Junkowski has raised the vengeatice of the Pol»h: soldiery, and knit them round their chiefs. July 17lh.-*-Prince Czart...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 23d, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 23d, 1831. ARRIVED. On Saturday, the schooner Henry, from the whal ? Ing ground, with 10 tuns of oil, a quantity of whale bone , and the fishing gear. Same day, the cutter Fanny from Circular Head. Pvissenger,' jE. Curr, Esq£ ? __ ? Remaining-— Barques, Mary Xnne^and Surrey ; . brig— Mary arid Elizabeth ; schooners Henry and farewell ; and cutter Fauny. HOBART TOWN, NOV. 19, 1831. SAILED. On the 16th, the ship Lotus, Captain Summerson, for Sydney. ARRIVED. On Tuesday, the brig Margaret, irdm Liverpool, last from the Cape. Passenger, Master Yeoland, son ?of A. C. G. Yeoland, of this place. Same day, the Strathfieldsay, 471 tons, Capt. Har rison, with 221 male convicts, 'Guard, Capt England,. - -JEiQs|gn_Tyiler, Ensign Mo^nypenny, and 52 rank and file of the 4th regmlentr^Surgeon^nd^upermt^adent Dr. Ross, JR. K. ?'-.'?? :?_. -pnJE^'MaTv^he-XoB.D Ly^doCBj, from London, , ifith 260 male prisoners.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

ITp |3 -M m^f^g^ei^ having commenced , /JT, Biasilws^ 'a& » Ship Ageat afld XUom tnissio-ivSa4-*6ra»n, «t the Kiug'ti Wharf, Laun oe&ton^ jbe#s to inform his friends and the public, : ?tha^ it is lus mention to .fdwofe himself entirely to Agency ftiismess: he will patlicularly attend ifo^l.uaji's.of /Wool, Barifc, Wtoit fee, consigned to Mnv a*%\ should the market not «nit at the time of consignment, iie will mate Cash advances. | From to local knowledge and experience, he I feels CQi&ftztitMwl ke w#\ ^be enateted te ^give - satisfaction t-)i all -Captains and others entrestiug j :=%Ub- with- their business* : ^ * ?-:.: ''P7HF-' WELSH, ?-, liauBcestpn, Nov. r9,;l£31. PHE BYT?R IAN £1 UK, LAONCESTGN. ffilHE Subscribers to the WesleyaD Chapel, '*., l»Hiit)t5es$oa,-ctre-i?especifiii]y informed that -their Committee toave paid into my hands 4? 150 trt^riHusj, Riming the :s»m originally deposit eclsvitjj AU^Uijjheii,) to assist in greeting a Hr«i bytermii ICtrk in...

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EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

----..?? ; EXTRACTS FROM — ^~- - ~ € QB.B E -T-5-'-8 -CJ- T-4?-A-3.-B B G ONQtfYi Now, then, let us take the bare cost of the use of tea.-. 'I.aipposp.a.:fK«ii%i.Qf JeOo iastSDdays, -w hich is not -qu ite half -ao ounce e wei y morning . and evening. . 1 a How -for each mess :half a pint of milk. And I allow t4iree pounds of the red dirty sugar, to each, pQund of tea. The account: of expenditure would then stand very high ; but to these must be added the amount of the tea ;. tackle, one set of which, will upon an average, be demolished every year. To these out-goings must bemadded the cost of beer at the public house; for some the man will have after. alt., aod woman too, unless they be on the pqjnt of Star vation. Two pots a week is as little as will serve ? in this way ; and here is adead loss of nine-pence per week, seeing that two pots of beer, full Hag strong, and a great deal better can be brewed at % home for three pence. The account of the years teadrinking will then, stand-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

XF -3apt. tusfaiflgton Good win does_not remove the Log of €edar^ «cfenowledged to be his, within tw- nty-one days from t-h is date, the same will be sold to defray the expense of : .advertising, &ic. ~~ . mtLIAM PATTEN. — ^ovemberriStb^^Sl^ ? — -.-? ?

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WOOL. Extract of a Letter from London, dated March 30, 1831.—From the SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

MrOOI._ Extract of a Lett pr from London, dated March 3Q,j ? -4831. — liroiirrrrerS ydne y H eu at.it. ? j I *' With a view to give the growers in both Co- j I lollies, the utratrgest claim to encouragement on I the part of the buyers of their wool, the follow- I I ing: suggestions are offered, for improving the I I state in which it may henceforth be sent to mar- 1 I ket, aslaras regards the washing^ sorting, and 1 packing. , ,.....' I — W ashi ng .— 1 1 As of great importance that the Fleece should be well washed, that tUe wool may be brought to market with as bright a colour as ! possible; every convenience, and a plentiful sup ply of pure water should therefore be provided.; a running-stream beirig-inost^desirable, _r The preferable mode of washing is that wfyf'chn is performed before shearing, according 4o the German manner; some growers have tried-the^ plan of washing after the fleeces have beeii shorn I and sorted, and as is supposed have used tepid j water, following the^ Fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

3ASAU^Jjtk^Qj3jjaa^_£OR^rHB diffusion *0# USEFUL -KNOWLEDGE. 1V0T3CE is Hereby Crmn, that at 8 ?J-^ o'clock precisely, ^on ^he -evening of ^ W^d npsday-j iIip J? 3d instaVrt, Mtv ,E.-»lf. Tiiok as ' ?vifiljdeli'KS^-atilJHiSjchooi House, ?Cameron Street, a Pis»^iatiOB '*j8n *he Influence -of Genias,' on ivhich occasion the attendance of every lady and 'gentleman -desirous of advancing their fellow __.. colonists in -useful knowledge, k roost earnestly requested. .J. G. MADDOX, Sec pro tern. 'K * -3O R$ KTT, I ronmonger, has re w ? ceived, . per ?.-** Mary and Elizabeth,'* la. addition to Me former stock in trade— PATEN'' JCN1FK SHARPIES Urass Tap«*r Stands Bronze. Ditto Superior Brass Tenders Brass Orna mental Rings 4 Sell Pulls Chimney Hooks 'C'u'rtaln Pins ; -Currier's Knives and Steels Chafk-Ltnee . ...... Cricket Bate, Traps, and Ba|lf Jews'9 Harps and Marbles glour-Sicves ? :._.__:„ ? ? litharge Wafers Skins—Chamois Leather * 'Bath Bricks Blacksmith's Files— 4im to 16in. Shoeing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

For England Direct. ^^rFllHE fierrqiie 'Storey,' Win. For Freight of Wool, Hides, &c. apply to ; Eanulph Dacre, on board, or at the office of JAMES H. REIBEY. i Launceston, Nov. 8. ; For England direct. SbSeL Jl »« Mary AN«f,'% James Jack, ?' ComnTander, burthen 450 tons. As this WsseJ ] fcas all her cargo engaged, she will sail early in ] -January. _ . - For passage appjyjfco the Master on board, or BOBERT PfiAaSE. ? Lertin€«st«a^Wharfv 40th No?. — — I ? FOR SYDNEY. 1 «rf£h HpO SAIL, positively, in ten days, 4l3ig. M. the good Brig 'Maiiy and JBlizabeth,' John Aid ridge, commander. For Freight or Passage apply to ' c ^ T. WILLIAMS. 8 launceston, Nov. 14, 1831. 8 » . c JtJST AR»rVED, , EX TlARY ANN, ' '* .r .- And tor bale, ? . ~ ~ 7~i rr A Thradiing and Win^dwlug Machine ?**? Waggon, oif very superior streagtb. - Also, a quantity of CHALK. Apply to i Launceston Wharf, Nov. 10. ( aN SALE, at the Stores of Wm. WAfcKr 1 itfSHAW, a Oeneral Selection of Mer chandize, suitable fo...

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[From the GLOBE, JULY 8.] REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

[From the GLOBE, July &.] REFORM BILL. There voted on the second reading of the Reform Bill, 6th July, 1831, For the Beading ? 367 Tellers .......... 2 Paired ? 9— -378 I Against ? , 233 Tellers ? 2 Paired ? 9— —243 Total ........ 621 ! . There were absent ? 24 Double Returns, ? .... 8 No Return. ? 1 Dead ? 3 Speaker ? i— -. 37 Total in the House ? 658

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EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

EUROPE. By tEe^arriyaT ofjhe St'ratii*i eldsaV, at Ho -?-!! ©an Town, from London the 2d of August, we ..;:mJain^vrwiiM--i^^(n)^svfii^B~ti»-ttre«nd of July. The following are extracts. .? \ riTHE«iN«'« Speech. --From the Atlas, J«nVj26i Tne two Houses of Parliament w ere' ocfcu pied on rrMoBifaj in [swearing in their respective 'mem hers. -»: t«i Tuesday, *f. the House of €onHnons,- the.. ,-.n jpfiafcer took the chair at 1? o'clock^ for the same' parpose. The tody of the House of Lords was ©fcotyiedby aiiumerous assemblage of Peeresses ltna-4ther Indira. The various members of th'e Btfyld Family arrived soon after 1 o'clock. At j 2 fr'clociv the spcond Salute from Sti James's Park adiounc*--rrW arrival of His Majesty at the ? Bouse of Lords; where he was received by the iliord : Chancellor, ' »nd proceeded to die robing room, and thence, accompanied by the Great officers of State, to the Tyrone. The Commons aaungbeen summoned to the bar, His Majesty JT^ead-tiiB-fbtiowinfl[ gracious ...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, Nov. 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1831

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, Nov. 19, 1831.     APPOINTMENT -Mr. A. Thomson is appointed Chief District Constable at Launceston, vice Mr.       P. W. Welch, resigned.—Jonathan Reader,     345 Albion, and Henry Williams, ticket-of- leave, 404, Phoenix, are appointed to the Field Police. A Ticket-of-Leave has been granted to Henry Rassen, 302, Arab.   Certificates have been granted to Thomas Williams, 318, Competitor, and George Gardner, Medina. Several Allotments of Crown Land, consisting of about 5 acres each situate between the New Town Road and the Government Farm, will be offered for sale by Mr. Collicott, at his Auction Mart, on the 5th of December at 12 o'clock.          

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[FROM THE GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

^-^fry^ft 4jN|lWglW«wa^as= ternporr of ^ri4^ it^iai LthW rdvil offteert, and% few of the ?'^l^^iffHsJ^aliy^ef^Tof^^ circular'that Hi.« ExcfUeacj^ would iembark, on the , folio wing morning, abptttCt-qnarter $jMrbr-; te« ^|©'Gk;r But tiiouf h theuo^ice was btrt sWrt and irtjieYfect, tfc*j |!; -*«Wif ?'before Government HousV bewail Ito be -tKnmgod hy visitopa a fulj h;our tH^Tb're the time -fixed. Besides the ci v«l and military officers, the clergy, add the magis|ra$es4: there was a rtUjnerouseoncotirse o| , mercbajfets and ^oitJiitr^ntiejnenj anxious to afford this la^t testi ,mohy of dieir' respe,ct; for the* r^p7eifefl^tiTe~dt their Gracious Monarch' ; nor shxibld it be omit ted, that large ;miifttitadts of the middle and lower order? were' also asfiembled withio and a'b6\jf the domain, and'' ifer^ ^t^^^spfe^^ Trqii$ i '^a^^eirinttTe^r^ecta One \ very ple^siiig -H#tA4tit oc^tirfe^^sT^tn^S^ vernor was pr^pa)riri^ toijstepr out of Boyernm^nt House. 'Thre'ee- 6f fhe .'Jdost respecta...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

[?] It is to be hoped that ty U.e,' time His : -Ejtci^lency ihe Lieiitenant LjGwcrnor ^pnys^ Launcestou his projeoted visit, the. people will have consulted . together on those $uh jeots of complaint which they have to lay before him. A public iaeeUag should be forthwith called, for the purpose of taking into consideration tficTpropfieiy^ iwidiTess^ iog His Kxcellency on certain points, aod for framing .an address accordingly. ThQ6, the true state of the public feeling ???-would' be exhibited, and many facts elicited, which although highly necessary to be laid before the Governor, could not be broug^forwartl hy any ather meaps. It is np t thajt, we mean 4o^ay that it is Jlgcesgajry^te . oaH^ jn&lic meeti^f ni order to find sufficient causes of complaiut to furnish an address— far Irom it. There are plenty of things to complain of; and a far greater number to complain of the -wab't-of. Thereis the ri#r and its iBs^. cure navigation which can be easily remedied the Streets —th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 30TH, 1831. No arrivals or departures. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

~-^ffi^piiea^a^mGBNi2k _ LAONCESTON, NOVEVBER 30th, 1831. . No arrivals or departures. . 7~ ~ Beroaining— Barques, Mary Anne and Surrey : Farewell: and cutter Fanny. ? V*:. ? .-? -1 „. : * - : r'~- AHItlVfD. : : - — On Tuesday, the barque Princess Augusta,. Gapt HawWi^j^m Londoi|,28th^Juiie, wjtii a general ? ^-»^l«faBSWbBfe?liie;rlJfir AieOi( ;€!as4ain BllUittrs* ' On . W-:d'/fsd.tiy, Vut siii f'lora, (japtain Sheriff; from Baiayf?», '-$?&* a L Vf alcar^o of eitsterii^iiro ^uce. Paasvri&irsi Lieut.^-1. fitieltdn, 44th «f^i-i Oii I^ifdair the sifip^ f ibftia^ ^pfaih *tepliens^i; from Sttlney, istti^a; ^#iA^1»erdBfediee ? afid-4fl ??.V. 't^'./,.'^)-^^^5?|^^; -T^.:!' J ;:???'?.- --r,-: ..-? ?:. -j^iAJKNXKEfiSEON*.!;:/''- '„,.,.. 7-'-«» l': Wheat, ^-..,..,»t4;-jfo %;XJ - Barley, ...........* 4 * 'jr1 — 0 : 0 ' _^1ouTij^st) per«^ 18s^-DitiQ-»eeon48) ISSf ' r~^~r-r^tttssBfer*Bsri?ei^^ ? .. :: . Wheat, , ..,.*?♦..,,..?...*..;♦-.. *.'t!..'? . „, ' -, . Barley, ...... .?..«^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

TO LET, ' -'- FOR « Term of Years, that newly finisbed two-story Brick House, well adapted for a Boarding School, -iluate at the angle of St. John and Patterson Streets, com prisinjjr eight g.od-^ized roomSf one or which is^7ft. by-l^ft;, with a good dry-Cellar, Kitchen, Store, ^Pantry,^nd a 4-stall Stable. ? For Further Particulars apply to t h . ? t ? prietor , J. H. REIBEY, — ? ; William Street. Nov. 28- 18»i.. ~ STORAGE FOR WOOL. 1HER&RY oflFer to jstore any quaDtity, under SOD Bales, of Wtiol, 6y the week or other Wise, on moderate terms, with the use of *. Press. - 4f preferred, l,wjll-I«taLAtore#_33 feet. bf^iee-, for six -*r twdve mdnths. - ,^, . s r- A. BEVEKIDGB. Launceston, Nov-34, 1831. LAUNCESTON ACADEMY. ^~~ IN consequence of several applications to 6. S Mr the for thking a, number of young Gentlemen into his School as Boarders, and not .having sufficient room for their accommo dation in the house he lately occupied, he has taken thfr House called the Collegiat...

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