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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. . . ' ARRIVALS. February 7.-Perseverance, schooner,, 76 toni; Captain, Sykes, from Sydney. \V. Kirchner agent. February 9.-Agnos Irving (s.), 400 tons Captain II. Creer, from Sydney 7th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Miss M'Fadden, Miss Parsons, Miss Wilks, Miss M'Auley, liev. A. M'Intyro, Messrs French, Blandford, Baron, Worrell, Blow, Gray, nud 12 in tho Btcorugo.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

\ . EXPORTS.; , ', \ ,, % . February 4.-Grafton (8.) for Sydney i Ol bales ' '-? woo), 715 bags suizo, ll bags onions, 7 bags potatoes, leask and 2 paunolics tallow,, 170 hides, GO boxes soap, 3000 feet cedar, 4 boxes eggs, 2 coops poultry, .1 cow, and sundrios. .'? ; . '"T . Tho Grafton left Fisher's Wharf at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, tho 4th, and crossed tho bar at 7-30 o.m. on Thursday, and . arrived iu ... Sydncy.nt i) SO p.m. on Frjday. - Tho Grafton Vas to leave Sydney for the Clarence Hiver, via Newcastle and Morpeth, on Tuesday (this day), JOth instant. The date of her departure hçdço for Sydney wo .have not teen ablo ^ascertain. Tho Agnes Irviug loft Sydney, ot 10"15 p.m. on Saturday, and crossed the bar at 915 a.m. on Monday, and arrived at South Grafton at 3' 15 p.m., same day, having ex- perienced Btrong northerly and north-east winds throughout the passage. ? The Persovcranco crossed tho har on Satur- day morning, but has not yet como up. : The Elizabeth left Grafton on Wedn...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

DEPARTURES. - ' '^February 4. - Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Captain Maides, for Sydney. Passengers Mrs; Barker and chilu, Mrs. Steeden, Mr. Kirchner, Mr. Black, and 4 in tho steerage. :> February 4. - Elizabeth, schoonor, 140' tons, Captain Smith, for Eockliamptoi^

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

DEATHS.             HAYNES.—On the 2nd February, at the resi- dence of his grandfather, Racecourse,       Grafton, Albert William, only and beloved   son of Edwin and Elizabeth Haynes, after a long and painful illness, aged seventeen months and two weeks. "The Lord giveth,     and the Lord taketh away, blessed be the     name of the Lord."               WIBLEN.—On the 8th February, Mr. John Wiblen, late Head Master of the Nationalq School, Grafton, aged 40 years, Follow of     Pembroke College, B.A., and for-   merly co-pastor of West Street Church Bourne, Lincolnshire, and nephew to   John Wiblen, Esq., Guilford, Surry,     leaving a wif...

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TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE C. AND R. R. S. N. COMPANY. No. II. (PER FAVOUR OF THE EXAMINER.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

TO TUB DIRE0TOR3 OE1 THE 0. AND R. R. S. N. COMPANY. \ '? No. II. (FBB PAYOUB OF TUB BXAMINEH.) GENTLEMEN,-I can assure you that I havo heard with great pleasure that my late letter has received somo slight notice at your hands, moro especially that portion of it having roforonco to tho working of your employes on tho Sabbath day, From what I havo been informed, I now fool convinced that you aro quito alive to tho necessity of keeping up a Jormal appear- ance of strict religious cha>actor-oven under diffi- culties,-and notwithstanding your boasted indc pondonco of publie opinion, you still have somo slight regard for what peoplo may say of you, cspcoially in mattors suoh as this, when a reputation for sanctity of somo years standing is likely to be blasted. Tho suggestion that tho c -plains of your boats should read divine seraiee on the Sabbath when at na, is rather unique, and ono that could scarcely emanato from any, uuloss thoso of purely religious minds, suoh os yours-and it...

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HEALTH OFFICER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

MAI/JOT OFFICER. - ' !,; .. TOTIIB BDITOB Oï THE BXAMIHBB. ' p»,~VViU you kindly grant mo upooo in your next impro88ion i tö Bteto that I ara desirous of hearing «romany_gontlomon willing to co-oporate with mo in memorialising tlio Council of this Town; upon the , Wmi of appointing a Health Officer for tho Muni T il ?' , 080 dutv alloultl bo tho general supervision ot au food offorod fpr salo in tho town. I believo «ucii anofllcormuohncodod, and that his attentions would improvo tho publiohoalth, ¡ «ta¿ Sir, Yours, &c., WILLIAM H. SHOVELLER, wcoiiomio -Stores, Grafton, February Otb;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

w: " ,£,12,0 0 0!...; TWELVE THOUSAND POUNDS ' worth of GOODS to î< SELECT FROM. ONE-,OP THE LARGEST- STOCKS, ; "I NORTH. OF SYDNEY. ; DBTEKMINED CoMPETITiqN IIA3 CAUSED A FIUOIITFUL . REDUCTION IN PRICE'S. K > ,<< Now'is'the time to b'uy.'lk 1 ' .Malee.Hay. whilst.the sunshines is. an..old niBxitnVr . ' I, j '" Remember that CAMPBELL is thc man who ' biouglit ' the. prices yflowny''.therebyJ causing., a Vrág/of TII/ÖUS4.NDS\OP POUNDS. \ j 1 r : Í S-ihch wire DaiK 4.4dJ 3-bu8bcl bngfcjyiSs. /ld.Mózen.' '.Prime-Sugar, down» 3d per lb. vv Sperm Candles onl/ls.-per lb^and<iots'| of real bargains, as advertised last week; . ? Red Turkey twilj^öid per yard. > Tents, 21s. each. ' , ,,'>." ' Good Moleskin, reduced to1 ls. ' lfl.y per 'yard, woith,now ls. 8d. ' > j\*StoutvfroÜ8cringKonly.,,.l8.,'.per-yard/;:::.í/. ^ --^Yard- wdc'icanwâ/^fo^boatïisailSiXîrè-' ' duced to ÍO¿d; pcrîyard, would' vbe.,chçap' nt ls. 3d. b ' , V ,' . ¡ . -j T...

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PRESENTATION OF CAMP COLORS TO THE GRAFTON VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

1 PRESENTATION OF CAMP COLORS TO THE GRAFTON VOLUNTEERS. THE ceremony of presenting camp colours to tho Grafton Volunteer Rifles, by the ladies of Grafton; took place on Saturday after- noon last,, on'jbe^parade ground, in the pro sencel of a, goodly .number of spectators including visitors 'from tho banka of the rivor both up and below tho town, and from South Grafton, the throatouing appearance of tho weather deterring many who had it been fine, would have been present. Tho members of tho company having been marshalled and told off in tho UHual way, took up ground in column on tho upper siüjp of tho square marked oft* for tho parado. The ladies in charge of the flags then-ad- vanced to the front, whon tho Kev. A. E. SELWYN, on behalf of MM. GREAVES, de- livered tho following address : Mon of tho Olaronco I citizons of New South Wales-subjects bf tho ^World's groatost Queen sixteen thousand miles from tho contre of her ompiro, tho Samo spirit that animates Englishmen there, has enr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

In the Estate of the late Dr. Little. XJtTR- HEREBY AUTHORISE Mr. TT THOS. BAWD/Nyto COLLECT ALL DEBTS ducAo »c$ovc:cstate,. and his receipt will ht / jjjffipient discharge thereof. / > E. BLIGH, / ?) ' AEiTHUE E. áELWYN, j 4jXecutors February 9th, 1808. ,. T B A LL , AT .THE A PRINCE OE'WALES HOTEL, .WBDm-S.D'iT/i'B'.yBNI N G, J ; - ' the'Mm/nBtank'7 ' "' ? SingloTickotB Lil..8B. Doublo Tïokoté '.../.'. Ca. I RERESHMENTS . INCLUDED. '' ' . 1 ANN WHALAN, School of Arts, Grafton. ALECTURE onyiaOBERT BURNS will bc delivci/a/ l/r Mr. HENRY KENDALL, on Ml/AY EVENING'| next, the 13th in/tont./ 5 . JAMES L. MICHAEL, Secretary. Australian Mutual Provident. Society. -, ;, " M<R. JAMES PAGE/ has been AP . POINTED AGENT to the Society at Grafton, and wUL vrocoivo proposals'^ja every branch of /io/Society's Mnisin^ss* and give td intending nipinbers all inform^: tion.. Ho will also rocoive1 prouliums. and give official receipts fojwthom. MV ;Ï By Order of tho Board, ROBERT THOMSO...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

' PRODUCE 'CIRCULARS. \ WHOLESALE. . : [ANDERSON, OAMPBEIJL.'AND CO.'sT 1 Woliavo nooUangesof' importan;» to roport^for" tho last week". - 1 1 J 7 ,' Maize hos continual firm at laat week's quotations 6s. ' ? : ? :? ;? -, .? ' ' - ??? ? . . ? ? ' Wheat'haB also remained -brisk, and witlí tho con-; tinuod firmness of tho Adelnido nini'kut, 'it is' likó'ly not to fall lower.at least for somo time; r-.:-,H .-...»- I . Flour is iii; fair demand at.£18 lo £13.10s.- for Adolaide silk drossod. : , . ''Bacon-Gd. to 8d. per lb. for primo-,' ? : ', Barloy~3s. 6d to 4s per bushel. ' . Bran, ls 4d : ? ; ? ? Maizo-5s ^por bushel . Butter-2s. per lb. in demand ¡ Calves-6s to 40s each 1 / ï Checso-3d to (3d . * 7 R Mour-finest Town-£13 per ton ! Ditto-fino Adelaide, £13 por1 ton * .«!5.,.-J*-; ' Ditto, fino Country, £18 do.. i. Hay-Lucerne, £G to £7 10s per,lon - "A Hides, heavy-caoh 8s. to 12a. . On(ons, 10s to 12s por cwt. Wheat-AdeluidoNew, Cs. Od. . 'i Ditto-Now South Wales, ls 6d .( . . Potat...

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ROCKY MOUTH. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

ROCKY MOUTH. [PKOlt OUß COREE 3 POND EN T.] IA D.TIC_ _ _ i -iii_I .A l'UBLto iuEETiNO was held hore on .Saturday, 7th instant, of parties interested in the erection of a church; and Mr. James M'Donald and others wero appointod as a committee to correspond with Government in order to secure a site for tho erection of a Free Presbyterian Church. I understand Mr. A. Cameron's wharf, is one of tho wharves selected by the directors of tho Steam Company for their vessels to call'at. A deputation of the farmers lias been-appointed to meet Mr. Cameron to*nr range about the building of a storo for the protection of goods for shipment, or dis- charged from tho vessels. : The maize crops are looking well in this neighbourhood, and there is overy prospect of a largo quantity of maizo for shipment. Thc fanners aro very anxious with regard to tho shipment of their produce. Our worthy Steam Company having shown themselves so very attentive to tho w^nts of tho district latply, that thoy think i\ a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

. Steam to Sydney; AGNES for SYDNEY, TO-M NKSDAY) MOItNIN THOMAS Ï'ISHEU, Agent. (WE'D ht. Steam Communication ïiotvveën i-b\ , Grafton pnd Queensland. np HE ,Q; auMt. ii.-S. Ns A i Companys ?.' steamship/! "GRAFTON," wayínalc/ a' trip fiom | Grafton ¡to. ; B risbane- aiw back early1 in Maret1,' and \yill- continucn-unning monthly should sufficient hiducemcntofFeiv. } ; : TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. ? Notice to Consignees and Shippers I .. per Clarence. and Richmond River i. Steam Navigation Company^ "' Steamers.' , ' :f\K AND AITMLtlipl'stpf I " ^svi.-March next^lie' steamers | of '""tBis1 "Com'pany, 'will D I'S* ,CON-TINUE"'CALJIING, .A/1' ' GARE'S (late Stcuart's) WHARF, LAW RENCETOWN,'calling only at thc "Corn fmcrcial,J' late "(Bawdcn's " Wharf., < ' - 'TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secietaiy. . Australian: Joint Stock/iBank. <> T\TOTICE.'^This Bánk'wiwin 'future be M CLODED EVER/SJOTURDAY, at .12: o'clocki>a.m.-, .corwnenc^ig.on the :10th' instant.'--''-'»'r '''...

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SPECIAL CRIMINAL COMMISSION. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

SPECIAL CRIMINAL COMMISSION ' ??? ' ? . ' "V TUESDAY.": '^V j i BEFORE1 his Honor Mr. Justice Wiso and a j mixed jury.' ? \ ' ¿ . I MAIL ROBBERY "' ? ' ' George "Williams wa.s>indictcd' for that be, I on tho 14th October; 1862, nt Cowra, being I armed with a pistol, did ? assault Daniol Bourke and John Goorgo Fiko,' and put thom in bodily fear, and Bteal from them twonty letters and papers, and a sum of monoy amounting to £1000. The prisoner pleaded. "guilty." V . A -: . - . ROBBERY WITH- FIRE-ARMS. ' '; . Charles Mackay, , otherwise Jomes Mackay, was indictod for that ho did, on tho 11th ! Soptomber, 18G2, whilst armed with a pistol and revolver, assault and put in bodily fear, 1 '' John Lewis Meads, and steal from him a choquo for £8, a piecei bf jpaper of the value i of ¡£2, a watch, chain,, key and othor nrticles.: Prisoner pleaded not guilty'and was undo-, fonded. Tho jury without retiring found the prisoner guilty, and ho was remanded for I sentence. ' «. ' ' I ROBBERY AND ...

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THE STAGNANT WATER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

. - --r OME STAGNANT WATER, Sin,-I trust that'thb'movement, commenced with' a petition to; tho 'Municipal Council, and continued; hy ttepúblíc!moetinp;'andi8Úhsóquei)t deputation1 to tho, Council on^Satui'day.droning, will hotibo allowed to flog, hut will increase in energy - until tho very necossary-object of tho stir'has1 boon achieved. \ïhoro .cannot; ho the; slightest'doubt' that if pools of water aro allowed to remain arid stagnate in the most thickly populated parts of tho town, disoaso nnd likely death will' bo tho " result, Tho Municipal Council, as a guardian body of tho cleanliness'aridimprovomcnt of tho town, ought to havo obvidtod tho noccssity of a potilion, call- ing its attention to ono of its moat pressing duties, by immediate action upon' discovory of^tho nauseous stonch, that pervaded the streets; but if wo ovon ovorlook. this negloct, how can wo forgottlio ridiculous roply sont .lo tho petitioners. A. body, of gpntlp'mon aro chosen by tho. inhabit tanta.to tho car...

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THE LATE FLOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

" ' V THE LATE FLOOD. TO TUE EDITOB'Ôlî TnEiXAMINIÎB. > , Sm,-One or two points in/':-relation-: to' tho lato flood appear to mó tb deservo tho'consideration of your readers.' :>!;?<. ...-vi'.-?.. *,.--,_- ?..'..-. ':? ? - Some considorablo distance abovo Grafton the; river forlts into (¡wo branches-north 'and south ; into' the'north bracch runs tho Rooky'Riven Tho, late flood was produced by theonundation of tho north branch aWits\ributarios\nly. Tho south branch atn~Uko okara oéps. doto tts much water: os all tho nxn^eruWihlu^rios^^', . If. over, lEorcforo? gonotol hoa\y rain should' flood atfthe samo time all tm^ranchcs, an inun- dation might bo expected containing twice tho woight: of -water, brought doltoi'' by that' from; ?which wo have just eseopod. What tho result of, that might be, it, is not necessary to say. .' It appears £0 ino that some, arrangements .ought to bomadq whilp it ">is ïirao to .' provide against such a contingency. I .would suggest thats...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. THE DISTRESS OCCASIONED BY THE LATE FLOOD TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

OUR columns uro open to all writers ' who refrain from tho uso of virulent lmfguiigo or porsonalitios ; hut wo ovo not : responsible for .opinions ox ..pressed, ... .;? ... r i ., : .THE DISTRESS OCCASIONED BY TIIE 11;' ',¿A.TB ^LOOD.? .. '"'TOTnn BDITOEWTKB EXAMINER, " Sm,-I Lavo hoard with much regret of tho-' dreadful flood and tho'greatwisbhiof xt.lia's.dorio ; homer a.heavy loser myself, I can .feel for those .who'havo Booh ttll thoy pbssessod washed away. ''' Expressions of -.Borrow., and regrets nro'lhowover. > but ol' littie'avail, and wo must put oui\shoulders lo tho -wheel to help tliose who are'moro unfortu- nate than o'ursblvoB ; óbligb:mo by-stating that'-I' :t¿íani prepared to assist any movomont that may ;bo iS|wtertod»"ftr':tüö 'ptirpôse^of->saiding our J ruined 1 neighbours. ? : >,. .-r>' ''?-:.-v'..?<<" V. I am, Sir, yours, &c., ' , WVB. CAMPBELL, ' C88, Georgo-slrcot, Sydney, February 23rd. ---i'-'-'é' ""ï "'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

" .?"."'NOïIOIî 'i'6 AIWEUITSERS. V. .. Cg?" ADVERTISES!ENT3 for. insovtion. in .Tuesday's ' 1 iasud muat bo fonvavdod to tho - Ofllco not liitoi' I ?~. tliiin lour o'clock' on Monday afternoon ; muli I ^loticen of .withdrawal1 not,later tlwii clcfon' f- o'clock on Sutdrday..;. ; \ - , !, *.* ' AovEftTiSBMBST8.^sont \o bo. msorlcd in, tho. .%'.. -.lûXAMiMîit* wfflioùt ft snjocillc, ordorvAs to the' r .numbci,.of'limc9) \viU\bo continued' until conn - I .torraandod, mid charged for accordingly. .. ?.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

ABSTRACT OB" ' SALUS BY AUCTION DUB . INO TUB WEEK. MB. HEWBYr MAURICE at lih-iBotyne,m Thma -day,at ll o'clock, bottled ole, claret, brandy, Boroaonoflil, pickles, Bancks, bottled Vruita, dam- aged by tjioNjato flood, at tuksarn'o tin» five quar i ! tot ohoeto pluck Tca,"eound, ami o Wge'quantity of sundries. X S MR. TIIOMAS FISHER - lit Tnttorsall'B, j To-Morr'ow, at ll o'cloolt, Wofliing Bullocks.

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

Clarence' aabN§ic|monb èviumnerl.' - I , TUESDAY. ,MARCII 3}. im... , gág^Owing' to a-prcBs^giy matter' wo aro unavoidably JconipoHed^to1 ^omhV our loading article, and Sydney nowa-fllroady in typo; " _ MABÎIUOEB OF MiNonB.-Tho undermen- tioned gentlonien liave bebn Appointed to give consout to tho marriages of minors i within tho dÍRtrictrúi connection with their names. Mr. Howland B. %ill. Police Mn fistrate of Grafton* .ami Mr\Oharb)8 Ilugh awebtfc, Police Magistrate, gasino, Bich tnondltivor. IliBpLVBNOY.-First'meetings;in tho os tates of McBsrs. J. M. Souter, and Joseph Ivino will be held at tho Court Hôuso, Graf- ton, this day, at noon.. \ ^ t» > . ?.>.-. KATIPIÍAJÍ Sciíooh4Tjffhp now master and .mistress for tho Nation»r\Mah'ool,'. Mr.yaud Mrs,, Q'Kiloy arrived y&teWay by tho Agnes Irving, and,will wo undoi^tuhaflt .oiicq enter upor^.tfioduties. ??. r ? (| . ! ' ttv , . j,'

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FLOOD DISASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

: . FLOOD' ÍDI^STBRS. . '. THE followiiïg acUlifclrtnalaftiistora, occasioned by tho late flood, bav^been reported to, ms Binco onr lost issne.:- ? . Söuxir'ÖnAFioK-At SoutlV Grafton we loam that Messrs.'Cowari'B wharf has been .'destroyed j two of the bridges washed away, . and a third damaged. Three drays camping near the town belonging to Messrs. Hynes andÁWard,\]qsi each two,tons of,rock salt 5 an^ParqulSir,M"Glolknd^soyontcon cwt. : PAÍMEBS* IWANS. - ft correspondent writing from this placo\ says : -" Tho back part of Palmer's Island^ was iii great part under water. The nvor overflowed tho banks in many places ; ,at tho sometime no personal dangor was^incurrod, nor was house- hold property- tov any extent lost. Thoro were many s|iotópút of wate\ several foot.; especially "on fcfto banks pf tho Ni ver, and on tho edge of th^ichahnelXwhich divides the island on tho south fromXtho maiuland, so that had the rosidonces of tho Bottlers been properly located, with fow exceptions would...

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