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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1840 THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

ADELAIDE : FRIDAr, JONE 19, 1840 THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE'. FROM an advertisement, which appears in another part of our paper, it will be seen, that a PUBLIC MEETING is to be held at the Resident Magistrate's Court House, at 12 o'clock, THIS DAY, for the purpose of presenting to Her Ma jesty a congratulatory address upon the subject of her wantage with Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, His EXCELLENCY, COL. GAWLER, in Che chair. The good taste displayed in getting up this meeting, so soon after the arrival of the intelligence of the celebration pf this august and interest ing ceremony in the metropolis of the Br&sh Empire, cannot be too much admired. Her Majesty has not more faithful and attached subjects, than the inhabitants of South Australia-the distance of 16,000 miles rather increas ing thandiminishing their loyalty -and We very much doubt whether rt will not be necessary to seek further accom modation for the number ' attendin g than will tie found in the building in...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

Í GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. F COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE".-Mt Wa/ liam .Anthony ia appointed Posim-tster at Port, : Adelaide, in lien of Mr John Newman resigned. JURS 3rdi * r LAND OFFICE.-The following Sections bare been selected during the »eek : In district B. Ma? 28-Section 754, and 54 ¿ores of Section 750 ; Section 755. and 54 acres of Section 759; bf John B.Thofriç«ite, of Goafvort^P-feO. 4Ó*no^ 41. Section 749 and 742. by W. F. Fergus »on, of Calcutta, L. O. 964 and 1029. Section 760, * by John Cbeesment Severn, «f Radnorshire, L.O, * 1079. , In district C.-Section 841, and 54 acres of Section 870, by John B. Thorngate^ of Gosport, P.LO.42, Sections 871 and »72, by W. F. Fergusson, of Calcutta. L.O. 745 and 815. Sec tions 954 «nd 875, by James Simpson, of Port .1 Phillip, L.O. 883 and 908. Section 874. by John Macbeath, nf Port Ade aide. L O. 963 Sections SW, '958, 959, 960. and 961, by Lieut. George Frederick Dashwood. R.N.. of Forest Lodge, Bracknell; Berk«. L.O. 1037, 1038,1039...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. June 5, 1840 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THF COUXCIL. Jtme 5, 1840 j i he Council met at ten o'clock. Present - His Excellency the Governor, th» Advocate ^General, the Surveyor-General, the Asststant Commissioner. The biri for ?** Regulatin? the Licensing of Auctioneers'" was read and passed. A bill entitled "An Act authorising and de claring the power of the Magistrates at Pert Lincoln and other districts to commit prisoners to the goal at Adelaide," was laid on «he table and read a first time. His Ëxcelléney proposed that-the Sheriff should be appointed a member of the committee for csn «¡dering die plas and estimates'foV a new goal, instead of the 'Colonial Secretary,' who had been prevented by illness fr«ni attending the meeting - -of that committee,-Ordered accordingly. June « 1810 The'Council met at ten o'clock. Présent His Excellency the Governor« the Advocate General, t&e Surveyor-General the Assistont Commissioner. The bill for authorizing and declaring the power of the Magistrates of Port L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

tract of Sales bpäutttou ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN TUIS iNPOOE NEXT DAY OF PUBLICATION. BENTHAM & CO., at their room, King Willi, am street, Land. SA.T1TB3) A*7 * BENTHAM fe CO .at their lower room Hwdlev street, at 41 o'clock in tito evening, general Merchandize. SMITH & VALLANCE, st their Room Hindley street, at 12 »«look-Potatoes, O mons Floor, á¡tu HOHDAT 8ENTHAM & CO. at their rooms, King William street, Merchandize BENTHAM & CO. at meir room. H i nd ley street« *t<£ o'clock io the evening, Merchandise. BENTH A Mk CO., ac tb-ir New Slock Yard. King William-street, at 12 o'clock, a superior Saddle Horse. HA ILES & PEEK, at their room. Hindley-ttreet, ai 12 o'clock. Mangles, Sheep Netting, &c,

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

&öeiaflfe Stripping Ifejiort i ARRIVED. j J PNB lb.-The scliO'»n«r Truelove, 130 toop, Coulton, dom Kangaroo Island, willi a cargo of stones for the New Port. JUNE!7".-The ship Charles Kerrr 463 tons, Arnold, from London. JUNE 18.--The Tniríee», Mackie, from Lon don the 16th Januar*, and Portsmouh 17th Feb JUNE T7 -The barqne Gunga, Younghusband, from âin^apww-, wi'b^a ^eo«ralX:aigo.--P^rlicalaw in oar next. ^ On the 13th. the Gunga spoke the H'ero, hence (o Singapore, all areli. SAILED. JONE IfT.-Tbe Jtfh/i Pirie, H»y, for Kangaroo Island. JCNE17-The fechooner Cnoffenger, 70 tons Winter, for Pott Phillip and Hobart Town.

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No. 2. Copy of Instructions addressed by Lord John Russell to the Land and Emigration Com missioners. Downing Street, 14th Jan. 1840. Gentlemen, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

No. 2. í. i Copy of Instructions addressed by Lord John Russell to the 'Land and Emigration Com ; missioners. Downing Street, r4ib J«n. 1340. ç Gentlemen, I here wi b transmit to yu a Commission under - the Royal Sign Manual, constituting yon to he Coramis«ioaerN for the sale of the waste |ands of the Crown throughout the British Colonies, and for applying the proceeds of such sales towards 'the removal thither of emigrants from thiscoun'.ry. It now becomes my duty to convey to j ou such '-instructinns as are necessary for vour guidance, in the discharge of the duty which her Majesty vha« thus been graciou'lv pleased to confide to you. The result cf my enquiries into the present system of managing crown landr io the colonies. «nd into the planrhitherto pursued in aid-of emi gration, has been to convince me of the-nec<-ssity ' for some new arrangement at once more compre - hensive and more efficient. Until now, this «er* vice has been undertaken io lhi« country, pani? « by...

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BRITISH SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

BRITISH SHIPPING NEWS. i FOB ADÉLAÏDE.- «.¡ed-F*b. 6. the Neut Holland, Bussell, f rom Deal ; P bruary M. the* Dauntless, Miller, and the Culdee, Campbell, from. Greenock. Latit OD at Loi.don-tti<- Caleb Angas, 490 tons,. Fooif, to sail first «reek io Maicb ; the schooner Courier, 200 lons. Roche, ditto ; the ship. Lalla Rookh, 500-lons, K-tnney. to ssl in Mtrch.;. the ship Fair, te, 755 tons, Ga« reit, to sail Ut of April ; a first c ass ship, not. named, to sail first wtt-ek in April. At Greenock-the Perfect and. Mnrtin Luther. At Belfast-the William Nichol. FOR SYDNEY_Sailed-Feb. 17. the A7ort«v Briton, Fjall, from Ramsgate; Feb.. 13, the .Dúchese 0f JK^, ^§ff}>y,(î^^^\^wKU : Feb. f&. thc William MXmeu, Grern, ao3T Bro&n&ulry^' Barnett, ditto ; F»b. 17. Charles J<mes, Ma, kio, from Plymouth; the Ami ro mac fie. New, ditto/ Feb. 14. the Cintra, Renfr-e. from Liverpool; I9th, St Lucie, Raishech. and 20th, the Bengalee, Bondie, ditto ...

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NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS — ROYAL COMMISSION AND INSTRUCTIONS No. 1. Copy of a Commission under the Koyal Sign Manual, appointing T. F. Elliott and Robert Torrens, Esquires, and the Hon. Edward E. Villiers, Land and Emigration Commissioners. VICTORIA R. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

NKW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS - ROVAL, COMMISSION AND INS 1 RUC TIONS No. 1. Copy of H Commission under the Koyal Sign Manual, appa »ting T. F. Elliott and Robert Torren*, Esquires, and the Hon. Edward E. VUliers, 1MII4 and Emigration Commissioners. VICTO KIA R, VICTORIA, hv «lie «race of GM! of the United. Kingdom of C'est .Britain t»d Ireland Qa-en De', ndr-r of 0 Failli :-To nor trasly and well. -i-Jo»e<( Toninas Fr«derick Elliott and Robert ^ T rret-s, K-q<iires, and Edwa-d Ernest Viliiet*. E quire, (commonly called toe Honourable Edward Ei est Villiers.) ¿reeling : W rt KKK AS there are within d vers of onr colonies, plantations and pfiSies*ions abroad large fracin <»f waste land vested a os in . ¡nae of onr roval prerogative, and subject to alienation at «ur il asure: And whereas bj varions Commissions, under the great seal of our said United Kindom, a Idressed io 'br respective Governors of our said several noloni"«. plantations and possessions a...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR.       SHIPS.       INDUS, 422 tons, Clark, from Calcutta-dis- charging. J. Newman & Co. agents.     ORLEANA, 649 tons, Cameron, from London-   discharging. John Morphett, agent.     CHARLES KERR, 463 tons, Arnold, from London, at Snapper Point. GUNGA, 350 tons, Younghusband, from Singa- pore - at Snapper Point. J. Morphett, agent. BARQUES. LADY EMMA, 136 tons, Buckland, from Laun- ceston- clearing out for Launceston. John     Walker, agent. THIRTEEN, , tons. Mackie, from London-at     Snapper Point. J. Snooke, agent..   BRIGS MARIA, 136 tons, Smith, from Hobart Town-   discharging. Mr Duncan, agent. SCOUT, 99 tons, Gwatkin, from Launceston   discharging. John Newman & Co., agents. COMET, 126 tons, Rodam, from the Cape...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

IMPORTS.     CARGO of the brig Scout, 99 tons, from Launceston, -106 bags flour, 374 bags potatoes, 190 bags   oats, 7 bags barley, 56 bags bran, 14 trusses hay, 5 casks treacle, 17 boxes candles, 6 cases and 154 loose cheeses, 20 hhds. rum, 4 hhds. brandy, 3 rolls lead, 15 boxes glass, 1 cask   twine, 14 bales 23 cases slops, 1 cask hams, 1 cask plums, 1 case pipes, 1 cask and 3 bags currants, 1 hhd loaf sugar, 1 case prunes, 5 bags nuts, 4 cases vinegar, 6 bags salt, 2 cases fruit, 3 packages fruit, 23 boxes tea, 1 cask oil, 20 kegs butter, 2 cases wine, 1 cask groceries,   1 tierce tobacco, 3 packages apparel, 1 case   hats, 3 trunks shoes, 2 cases starch.-John   Newman and Co., agents. Cargo of the schooner Piscator, from Sydney   5 boxes specie for the Bank of South Australia, 660 bags and 112 barrels flour, 176 boxes soap, 60 cases claret, 70 hhds porter, 23 hhds &nb...

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NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. In our last, we published at full length the document by which the original Board of Commissioners for South Aus-   tralia was dissolved, and a new one ap-   pointed in its stead. As we then re- marked, the New Board of Commis- sioners are henceforth to act not only in the capacity of Commissioners for South Australia, but in the still further capacity of Land and Emigration Com- missioners for the whole of the British Colonies. In our present number we     give on the last page the whole of the documents relating to this important   charge entire. We have no disposition, at present, to enter at any length upon the proba- ble effects which this change is likely to produce. It is due to our readers, however, to remark, that from the first establishment of this Journal, we have ever taken a decided stand in favour of the self-supporting principle on which the Colony was founded. Our defence of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

Soutíjmt gustrattan Office. *T»HR following- are the terms of the'« SOUTHKRN * AUSTRALIAN,:' which is published evrrf Tuesday and Friday tnoruing. at the Office,comer *>f Stephens-place, t&nndle-street. Paice OF TUR PAP KR-6d per number, or il. j \*» annum |>aid ia advance. Subscribers have their pff pers sent to them if they desire it. ADVBRTI«EHB«T,?.- 6 Jinesand uuder[each inser tion] is- 6d ; a*»ove 6 lines, 3d- per line «Adver* tisementscannot toe received later than ^o'clock on Monday and Thursday ; and orders, to din-qutinue Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior to the next day <>f pnoîicaâcm, or thejr. cannot be attended to. Advertisements must bare written upon them theuuinber of tfmés they are ti>JSfe'1iyrrt<,or they witt. be continued until camtterotnnded. All Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid for in advancer . ,/ For Launceston direct, /THÉ rem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

Sal** *» $ttfrUc Carito«. TH H E Undersigned auctioneers jbeg to | * inform the public that in consequence i of the increase of newspaper*, and the unnecessary expences entailed on auction sales bv the posting of large bills, (which are so little read apd so soon destroyed)they havel agreed to make the papers ON£T*he medium of giving publicity to their salés. The oublie attention ia therefore particularly called to thé advertisements below» ÉÉNTHAM & NONMÜS, H AI LES & PEEK, SMITH & VALLANCE, _W. H. NEALE. Land ! Land !! f HfS DAY. TO* Bfc SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Bentham «& Co. On Friday, Jone 19jth, 1840, at their rooms] Kiner Wijliam-street, at twelve o'clock-j M OT i. Ten building lots in Islington/ 2. Rieht . dato, ditto 3. Eight : dittoditto 4. One allotment-at Port Lincoln ,5. One dittoc ditto o'. One; ; ditto--(water frontage) j 7. I .ease of half an acre in Sturt-streel J*k)$l2&*;*f>Xi* oUïerpropertiesw ¿0% ríaes'^n^r^^'ÍBana Pota...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. OfJR English papers are up to Feb ruary the 29rh, from which, as we promised in our last, we give the fol lowing extracts : - ADDRESSES TO THE QUEE-* AND PBINCE AI.BERT ON TH Eta MARRIAGE.-Yesterday, at 2 o'clock, both Houses of Parliament assembled in their respective, chambers, and proceeded io Buckingham. Paja'ce#;iheaded, the Lords bj the Lord Chajiç. Jfor, ^n^ the Commons by their Spe»ker,to nmeat tlíeTí-Address of Congratulation tb~Tier^Äa#B|f marriage. ° . \ Het Maßs i^s^ Rep ly ta the Lord*' Address. -"Í thank you for this dutiful and affectionate Address. I feel deeply your approbation of my choice,' and it Wives me great satisfaction to find that an t-veut so essential to my domestic happiness is also considered ^conducive to the interests of my people." : tier Majesty's Jieplp ta the líense of Commons -'* I thank: yuu.for ibiii doliful and affectionate Address, It is; wiib^ieat^atinfacti in that I find that ao event .tn wíucK myíi-eHngs are so deeply* in...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...if3 0 0to£ 9 0 0 Ashby, per bri.8 IO 0 .« 9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz_. u 16 0 O 17 O Colonial, per hud_5 0 0 . 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb.0 2 0 .. 0 2 3 Beef, fresh, per lb.0 0 9 .. Ditto by «he carcase salt, per sierce.. . . . .7 0 0 .. Brandy per gal. tn bond ..0 12. 0 .. 0 14 O Bran per 100 lbs.0 16 O .. 18 O Butter, fresh, per lb.0 3 0.. 3 6 salt, per do..0 2 0 .. 0 2 Cape, DY the firkin 0 1 6 .. Bread, per 4lh loaf.0 2 9 .. 0 2 4 Candles, wax, per lb.... 0 3 6 .. English moulds ..0 1 2.. O 1 6 spermaceti.0 3 G Burford'« dips .. .0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log. ...0 0 6.. inch boards ...... O 0 6.. Coffee, perlb.0 I O . 0 I 6 Cheese, English.pe< lb....0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 1 6.. 0 2 O tîigar», AIa..i>la. per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chuugtira, per do.. I 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Currants per lb.0 t 4 .. 0 1 6 Cord-ijïe per cwt...4 10 0 .. Canvass per bolt.3 10 0 .. Deals p.-r foot....0 1 0 .. 0 I 2 Flour per ton.55 0 0 .. 60 ...

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MARITIME IMPORTANCE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

MARITIME IMPORTANCE OP AUSTRALIA. ÏT is certain that the growingprosperity of Australia will involve a correspond ing increase of demand for British ship ping, and the diminution of articles hitherto solely conveyed in foreign vessels. The consumption of cotton in Europe is 400,000,000 lbs., with a ! steady increase of, say, 12| per cent. Allow, for the sake of ar^utueaJ^^^ Australia will merely suP'PtyJ&gËi$fM crease, and instead of 12^, clÄW^^i per cent, or 40,000,000 lbs., lo be con veyed home in British bottoms of, say, 400 tons on an average j then the result, astounding as it may appear, is, in plain fact as follows First jear, 40,000.000 lbs. requiring 56 ships Seoond jr. 84.000,000 " " 116 ditto Third yr. 132.400 OOO " ., 185 ditto Fourth yr, 185,000.000 " " 258 ditto Fiílh y ea r244-204,000 " 3â9 ditto It were unnecessary to carry this cal culation further than to assert, that the only limitation to quantity need be the demand for manufacture. If, -however, this inc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

abstract of Sale» lis Euttíon ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN TOSS AND OUR NEXT DAV OF PUBLICATION. THÜB DAY. . MR. NEALE, at bis room, Franklio-etreet, at 12 o ¿¡look., china; .glass, &c. BENTHAM & CO.« at their room. King W¡1 liam street^at^SLololock. varióos Merchandize. BENTH A M & CO. 'kt their Hew Slock Yard, King William-street, at 12 o'clock, a superior Saddle Horse. &c?. f BENTHAM fc CO. at their room, Hindley street, at 6 o'clock io the evening, Merchandize. RAILES & PEEK,aUheir room, Hiodley-street * at 10 o'clock. Manges, Sheep Netting, otc, WS9NS SDAY - 1 BENTHAM & CO. at their rooms, King William street. Land, Houses, &c* * THQS8DÀY. MR. NEALE, at the Stork-pen opposite Beck's Stores, Flinders-street, at 12 o'clock, Cattle.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

VAK DIEMBN'S LAND. ' WE hare Yan Piemen's Land papers up to the 4th instant, a short abstract of the contents of which we lay before our readers Information has readied the colony by private letters, stating that commu nications have been forwarded from Government House to the Secretary of State, far exceeding any that have as yet been published, respecting the moral condition of Van Diemen's Land. These letters were forwarded to the Secretary of State without any view to (heir publication, but the Secre tary handed them over to the Emigra tion Committee, who were on the point of publishing them in the Colonial Gazette at the date of the latest de partures. ißln the multitude of joint-stock com panies which have lately arisen, is one entitled thej " Auction Company," to establish which great eflorts are being made at the present moment. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.-On the 5th May, two men, by name William Hartnell, a butcher, of Longford, and Tom or John Hodgetts, of Norfolk Plains, agreed t...

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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1840. THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

ADBLAIDK : TCTBSDAY, JüNE 23, 1840. ! TH E.QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. IN another part of our columns will be found a report of a meeting, which was held in the Court House, ojn Friday last, with a view of submitting for adoption a congratulatory address to bier Majesty on the subject of h|r marriage with Prince Albert, y^è cannot too much admire the feelings'j>F dutiful and loyal attachment to hfer Majesty's person, which had prompted the tequisitionists to address his Ex cel tency upon the subject, so soon after the intelligence ot this interesting evt*nt had reached the colony, nor can we too mach honour and respect the prompt and cheerful manner in which those feelings were reciprocated by h«r Majesty's Representative. His Excellency was right-perfectly right -:in the estimate be formed of the feel ings with which the inhabitants of .South Australia are actuated towards their youthful and beloved. Queen-as was evinced by the readiness with which they responded to his edi, as also by th...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 June 1840

IMPORTS. C>ARGO of tho barque {junga, from Singapore : three thousand bags sogar, eighty tabs candy, sixty boxes sago, 240,000 cigars, 140 bags coffee, 170 bags black pepper, 25 do. white do., 70 bags rice, 700 galions rum, a quantity of Madeira, brandy, rum and claret, in cases ; nutmegs, cassia, mace, 50 chests lea, 40,000 feet timber, Manilla bats, Kiar rope, mats, lacquered ware. John Morphett, agent. CARGO of the brig Thirteen, from London :-ten package« 4 crates earthenware, 12 barrels 10 firkins, 3 hhds. provisions, 12 hhds. 4 quarter casks I pipe 5 oases wine and spirits, 4 lihds. 1 tierce I cask hollow ware, 5 hhds. loaf sugar, 10 b*>ds. rum, 2 cases mustard, 34 tins T earrotell currant-, 155 hokes raisins, 2 cases Starch, 2 cases lucifers, 8 cases Port wine 1 : case chemicab, 1 case 6oda powders, 35 pac kages bouse 15 hhds. brandy, 5 lihds* Cenefa, I cask sheep wash« 7 bales sheep nets, 3 cases boots and shoe», 50 barrels flour, 3 ranks gt uss, 10 case* wines. 10 hhd...

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