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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 12TH TO THE 19TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

jpugy te e ttenerar kEraie "iM t.H IMPORTS.` REPORTS F.ROM THE 12TH TO THE 19TH INhSTANT, - ....... INCLUSVE. MARCH -14: Denmark 4il' (brque) 252- tons, Finlay, master, from'the South Seas, :J.H.,Grose, and ?o, agents; 12tuiiuns serm boil, . H: Griose March 14.:-Jess (schooner), r77 ?tons Hay, master:firoiP New Zealand;lJ.F:u? hirh, agent; 20;000 feetipine 'plankis, 26 casks pork 9 casks fat; 1 icask, lard; 12r tiei es beef?10 t'ons ptatOes . F. Chiirch ;= 1 can =la'rdD DF ci.e nd 'W ilks ; 600? feet pine'boaids; : W- iti.ng; .,2 casks sperm ibil"foi ex portation. " :Marchli4.--Faniiny (schooner, 1 41tons Roers, master,;. from~New"'Z;alaid, ;i'F:.' Mitchell :,agent; 7 casks sperrn oil'J T.'" Wilson';" 54i :baskets and 2 .toois otatoes,1caskiork' 1 cask fat, box beadsI 1 package mats, Order?. v' . ' ' ' .' March 15.-Avon (barque);,263 totns;: Cole, ma's'ter; fromnth?e Sperm~ WhaleFislihery, `Edwards,' and Co~' a'gents;. 1550' barrels'sperm 'oil Ediwards and .Co .. . • I ;a.,: I r + :...

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Original Correspondence. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL, PARRAMATTA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

iVti flsa1 OVr.pO flt Ee.· " ROMAN CATHOLIC CIPiE PARRA TQO THE,0 DITORGF THEE COLONIST.: ON Thursday last, (St. Patrick s,day.) the Ro man Catholic; Bishop, accompanied ;by: several priests and att.nda?tts, laid the' f6ii~dltioni stone of 'St: Patik's Churi'l in' Parra'dra :'. Th' splendid vestminiitsof 4 nletn'nd yelklow, which fendered tle? Bishop' arid his satellites : So: cori spicuous, did :not produce a'very lpowverful effect upon the?' inh!abitants, : ifoi, the: ceremonyi .was, neitheritnur merously: nor .,respect'ably ?attended ; whilie no doubt, some of the spectators were fiori:ly `reminded o'l f that fair lady, i the ?ie' `cl 1 The Soi's of 'St ' Patrick, as well ssith&efoundations'of&,the building, were liberally sprinkled 'with;:holy;water :,,the, former, perhaps,! ,ouldi have preferred; eau det~ ie; butthe Bishop yervyprop?erly exhorteci them· topractise the duties of temperance and sobriety. The Vicar-GenCeritl distibuted" many copies of a' pamplile',...

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SOUTH AMERICA. THE RECENT EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

SOUTH: AMIERICA. , THERTECENT EARTHQUAKKE IN. CHILI, r ir was the same earthquake. which was perceived on' my first landing here (at Valparaiso) wlhich 'spread this=havoc and 'destruction: It 'shook :to:,the earthi besides Conception, Talcahuana, Yomo , and'all the cities:and towns betweeni Valparaiso:: aid Valdivia, ikeluding the 'latter ;it extended itself from Mlendoza, which lis to the'east of the Coidillhras, ~td: th'? Island Qf; ,uan Fernandez,:.. 400. imiles ;from the ,?coast,, at' which place a volume of flame and'smoke was .seen to burst through' the ocean at a distance of one mile and a h'alf' from land, in 100 fati.oms water. Fortu nately,r Vallpairaiso and Santiago q were bleyond. the reach of its violence. Neither. suffered nmaterially, or. Chili had been no more. Vessels at sea had their' masts loosened, ..and seemred' to, be rolling over. rocks, and breaking tlhe keels against the, bottom. A slight,rumblijng noise in tlie bowels of the earth was all. tlie warning give...

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SUPREME COURT. [WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23.] NICOL ALLAN versus HENRY BULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

SUP UREME'.:COURT [WEDNESDAYI MAnCH 23.] NIcoLt ALLAN' vesus HiENRYBiVr . TIIs case having beei called on, th ,Solicitor-Gene ral on behalf'of tli'edefenidaint, moved for apost poneiment ofitrial ii consequence of the: absenceoif two ladies 'who had been subpoenad' as 'iiiateiial: Iritnesses for the defence, viz. a Mrs. -Allpike,'oth~ ei" wise Mrs. Laycock, and.. a: Mrs. Rotton. I:ln: sup, iport of the application,. the' defendant put in an affidavit to thd effect that he had strong reasons for believing that the plaintiff had-caused the absence of the witnesses alluded to; the former of whom is now, and th elatter "had 'previouslyljeen his 'housekeepe . Mr'. Foster on' behalf ofl" li?e plaintiff, was about to. reply, but was stojied bylIlis'iibinour iJi udge Button, ;who set aside=, the~cause' until' next session, in order that thd "'difend'ant 'migl~' 'have: an opportunity of 'causing the: said Mri s. Allpike; 'alias Mrs. Lapycock, and Mrs, R.otton;,to ie :in" attendance' to give ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

2RXNTZNG. i T THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of I ..every description is executed with neatness, economy,:punctuality, and dispatch. TKE COLLONZST. .SIXPENCE each will be given for a few Num - bers of THE COLONIST of 18th February instant, No. 60. S HENRY BULL. "CooidIST OffiCe, Febri'uary 25, 1836. EING AND M1ARSAI.8L, - Confectioners and Pastrycooks, Manufac turers of Z.ozenges, &e. R ESPECTFULLY intimate to the Public of -W'Sydney and its Vicinity, that they 'have corn menced business in the above line, next Shop to the Royal Hotel, George Street, (lately ocupied by Mr. Mann, grocer) where they will he happy to supply Customers with every Article connected with the Business, of the best quality, and at a moderate price. ... p Messrs. King and Marshall particularly solicit the attention bf Druggists, Grocers, and other Dealers, . to their .manufacture of COMFITS and LOZENGES, being equal--if not superior-to any ever sold in this Colony. From the long experience that Mr. M. ...

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[WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

S;.- The:' Court met; pursuant to .adjournment, ,this morning, whenlithe examination of witnesses in the case proceeded. : i , ' r :.HenryMunro. I am the son of Allan Munro; ;I' ,iive,,near -,Mr. .Wighton's;. I; used frequeritly to, be tsent there' for Spirits; 'I took two shillings :for rum, ,andjgot:some change: out; Mr.' Wighton,- an4 some times his manGraham,. gave me the.;rum ,and the 'change; i sometimes I obtaiped a :gill of rumi without :paying for: it, my father -used to say.he 8rould settle for, it,; I ;dpnit:think:;Iever, got niore than a pir~nt .i ,Cross-.examined. I came'up ,from, Bandon in the 'Ceres, on Monday.; I know. a, person nalned Bartie; heidid;not.speak,to;me, he;spoke. to, my .father,,but I ;don't .know ,what he said;:il have;never.:spoken about it; :I can't tell the last;time:1I. went; for. rum ,butit is within the lasttwelve-months, sometimes my sisters went with, me;; II have.got rum fronm Mr. W~ighton, and giveen him money for, it, I. I have also bought t...

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Colonial Politics. THE CONVICT PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

g8'olonial lolitic. THE CONVICT' PRESS. i (NSTEAD of a 'long: leading article, we insert in' -this' :number the following account::of :a recent frial: which has excited unusual: interest in Syd '-ney, and which- will serve as an instructive comr iient on various articles inserted' in former num bers of this paper, on the state of the colony in general, as to morals and religion,:and :specially "on the character and tenden~cy of :the Convict Press. From the result of tthe trial, and the verdict of the Jury, it would' appear. that While the convict WATT, of happy 1memory, was a con; fine in Sydney Gaol, a conspiracy was organised by a knot of, ;espectable cattle-stealers who .were also confined. in that, Seminary, against a . magistrate of the. territory., who,had made himself . somewhat'- obnoxiousa to the.party iby his activity * in, suppressing :the :practicej of their ,nefarious , craft. It was doiubtless throughithe good offices of Mr. WATT-that the charge against that gentle ,ma...

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[THURSDAY, MARCH 17.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

'Court met at ten' o'clock pursuant to adjournment. Examination continued       Dr. Walter Scott. I am a settler on the Patterson ; I do not now act in a medical capacity; I know Thomas Bartie; I have heard several conversations he has had with different people about plaintiff; on one occasion, about eight months ago, Mr. Dunniand I were returning from Maitland, when Mr. Bartie came up, and requested Mr. Dunn to go into Hillier's, at the Green Hills, as he wished particularly to speak Ito him; Mr. Dunn requested me to go in with him ; the business of the sly grog selling was about being brought before the Bench at Maitland; Mr.Dunn the Coroner, said, the statements he was making were very strong, and he said he thought. he. would have some difficulty: in bringing them home; he said he could layhis hand upon 10004, and that should go to bring the thing to a bearing I understood he meant to prove, the guilt of Mr, Wighton whether or no; I have on...

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Original Poetry. THE CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

THE CHOICE . II : IOTA: S Asrap 'du in b almy sleep I lay,. S e1iqld a spiritform,.k ,r.. t°°, Whore potetnt'hnan a dt dpowerto sway. Aid rile lifes hicliequer'd storm, .;?Co'? manded me to chioose a shrine, :.: 'Whireeiel I.feltm y'thoughtsincline ..., He pointed where Ambition's shadei Saton aminighty throrie,:' . : ~ Of liumanbsepdilchiesitwas made , S And kingly .ones. alone; .: . . : Is this the idol bthen;,`I said, :. To- which.earth's .proudest bow the head: ,: tuirn'd in horror'fromthe siglit' , To iwhere there, gaily, rose' ! tCrown, crest,o and sceptre,' flashing bright All' thiiig that grandeuir kinois: '~? " SThSpiritcrierd" Gaze fool nomore, i Pride's sea had never yet a shore. '- : S;jý-=.Again. I ;turn'd-' her.e Maqrm'on's godi .: : A,, A highheap'd:treastire.lent, r:i All earth was shaking at his. nod, ,:t,...; i :Before him nations-bent; - : But in his:haiid he li~Id aiheart, The ';'igi#rave-worm, gn&rw'dl its,inmost part. 4w P'`.Fair iii a €iol androi'iy?b6...

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Domestic Intelligence. THE RECENT LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

THE RECENT LIBEL CASE. The case of alleged libel, arising from the publi   cation in this Journal of certain articles entitled "Missions to the Aborigines," on the 12th of No-   vember, and the 31st of December last, in which the Rev. L. E. Threlkeld, Missionary to the Abori- gines, was plaintiff, and the Rev. Dr. Lang, the writer of the articles, defendant, was tried in the Supreme Court, on Monday and Tuesday last, before his Honour Judge Burton, and a Special Jury. We shall give a condensed report of the case in our next. In the mean time, we shall only state that the Counsel for the prosecu- tion were the Solicitor General and Richard Win- deyer, Esq.; the defence being conducted by Dr.   Lang in person. After the case had been opened at some length by the Solicitor General, and several witnesses called for the prosecution, Dr: L. ad- dressed the Jury on Monday afternoon in a speech of four hours and twenty-five minutes, at the close of whi...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. MARCH 31, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

* WI1LkUL$ IJE PIjfLC iCS, O iGOODS., "''`: . 'r. r' fcoIcr Lnr, · r611. mit COLO?~IS+.] IMPORTS. :;T. !lohy'ai ticeles iinfthe prices of wbich thore.is any .j "sf .alteration smce bur.:-last week's ptrblication; oiw e-'insert' below, and omit the remainder to make"roomin for d.: Kothervnattcr tr ie ... .. .. : 4.O. O r:'.'~r··t~~lr. i; ...J~oqrter, TaylorL per .h.l. ............ .Oq . 5,`... .5 2 '0 ."..i ...rrlitlo. 0 1 .. 0 10 i Halms,_Yel~rslir ,........ditto. 0. l,..,.. 0 11 uSoupH'Ia es Woii ·n.... per ton 4 0 '0'. ..42 0 0, .'JLivcrpio e ( Olio '=8 ' ..'0' K400 !o0 T.iT'9acco, Negroaeauataallfig .per~lb. 0 2 0 .. 0 2' 0` : . . '_. : g .Iaa~g tt. 04 -4 ..- 0-.1 0 J .razi ... .. ý..ditto:'. "0'0 0 5: :00 0' * ,r'Alic,...,o .is.. *. .··percwt.. 0,18 A'. :t11 5 &ý Pe.rna~wladprlme.: .5 0,x0,. 0 0 0) 1B.ck ditto, ittq...,' .. ,,... 16{'`0' ii 20'J .0 0.

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Original Poetry. THE FAMILY MAN; A NEW SONG. To be Sung at the next Concert, TUNE.—We'll run the risk for a that. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

"THE FAMII'Y. MAN , A W SO1'G.,o SI .To be. Sung at. the. next. Concert, : BY A MEMBERWOF THE'ARTILLERY'CORPS.. :: ; TIUN.--We'll run the riskfobr a''that. SitJdi' l'nonMfs was a Shropshire man, : And eke-a worthynniler; . Hi. had a stout-built portly fraiie; ' And his flame-she wasa Ttilof, . Who, though shetried" to f ister"oin ~ S In Hymen's pleasant no-~ , :' +, . -Found to her cost; alas ! thiat he Was not a `Taylor's goiose. 'She bbond' him 'vith' a.sillkeh ord ' ` And then a coid of cotto But silk'arid cottih; flah indj w: ' o .. ' Sniapli'd afti each wivere roiterit' ''She took to pouiting then': ahi vow'd' ' She 'd sooner die of hunger, T l ane'er beiidorid with bllock hais, O w'ed al" Itiinmim e "?i ' .,,.: h" :What is't you say ? said hle, as she" Stidoo bl't upon the boai:ds;, You're tenfold ?iappier tha ikif kept . By laIffa .dozen lords. rIere's not a show-room in the place i: Can be compar'd with mine rT . '?rhere's not a woman on the tow,, S Has such a lot as thine,,...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

.' ;.ARRIVALS. . 'Ancn 24.---Genii: (brig), (Catlin,_' fromi the sperm ':fi'iery, cargo 700' barrels of oil. . :? 27.-Tamar (schooner), Dewrin'gfrom- Laiinces-t :ton 19th instant, cargo, wheat, oats;, &c.:,.':; . '';28.-- Willirim. '(brig); i Thorn, fromi Laiinceston :thi 24thiinstant;'witli wheat; &c. : -. , ?29.-Siren ;(brig), 'from Hobart. Town the '22nd instant with sunidries. : . ;29.-Janet. (.brig), ,Leitch, , from Greenock, via, the Cape, December 10, Hobart Town the. 19th. instant, with' merchahdize: ; a· ar DEPARTURES. M :arch 24---Ellen. (.ship),. Kemp, for :Batavia: 24.--Kinrnear (ship), Mallard, ,for London. Co , :lohial :produce.: Passenge?s;; :Dr. P.rice, ~Dr.'1Birnie,.

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Domestic Intelligence. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

s rSHIPPING- INTE LI GENCE`- E XT . r .. . :ORIDINARY. THE ship RoTTO, . recently. commanded b-4,y) Captifni ALLANi, his: lately :got the cond r:and:' of tilte baritq?:ALLPikEi in tChe 0 colboiia', s'permn'whale 'fishery, has piwtvinto Port STEPHUNN: (for,i repairs,; having' sustained< considerable. da-T miage, from haying run, foul of the colonial brig?'. COLQNIST, Captain B .tULL T e.gent for Lloydr. informs us '"that thlle icargoI has een consider-al ably, damaged, and will iave to be sold on behailf oftheaund-rwriters, rlis reason 'f6r writ ing us phrticiularly'oni:the'tibject was to inform.i'i tis that a-largica se of iportraits, consigned :to .iristt by. our friend ? Mr. Lodge, Jformedt. part::. ofithe cargo, of9 the R,oTroN,t aand..to ascertain .whetheru. ,we would take it asr it is, notwitlhstanding the injury. it has. sustiined from i thesalt wIater, or' throw'it upon tli e'iitdeirwriters. 'Of course we instiructed . him' to sen??dnii dt :s h tisej iey l es'h"? a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

BIRTH.   On the 29th instant, Mrs. William Wilson, Fort   Street, of a daughter.  

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THE HAWKESBURY BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

..:THE IAWKESBURY BREWERY-. ' THE Hawkesbury Brewery; the property of Mri: Cadell, of Qdeen's Place,;Sydfney, had ai'narrow -escape ::fromi being burn'ed ito :the. ground., on.?, 'Saturday. night last.. The= fire, was causedsed by, some malicious incendiary placin'ga burning stick,. in the middile' of asiadck of firewvood, which ,was piled upr near tie premises.: Mr. Cadell, Jun.: was alarmed bly the barkin?'of the dogs, and on"' looking o6ut to' ascertain the cause, he obs'ervied"'': flames of fire: burstihg froinm :thewood-siack.--In';' an instant all hands- were: turned out and every,,,; exertion made to stop the progress of the'flamew" ;which a strong westerly wind carried towards.the. buildings. Fortunately two horsemen who were, passiii obsrived tlie' sitniatioio iin whiclh th'y wpre placed, andr' setting ':spurs to 'their horses' they alarmed ithe inhabitants = 'of Windsor ' and 'the;1 neighbourhood, who. were prompt in their attend-, antce avid. strenuous .in their, exertion...

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MORE DUELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

SMQREfDUELLI:NG.: .DUELLING seems to have/become quite the order - of the:day. amorig 'the 'Sydney' gentry;: carry oný a little longer in. this -way, and: the :,daellists~,of:i, Van:Diematn's Land' may hide their,,diminished ,, lieads. Aii~lier, af'air of' honoui ?ould ihave. taken place ol? 'the ' North'Slorie;, las.'wek, but for' the iiterference of .that great pacificator, Mr::' Jilks,;: the' chief ?constable. il The -.cause of' thle' meeting, we understand, was an aliercation be-; tween the- parties---Mr.. Mossman, Merchant, ofthe ~NNorth. Shore, i?nd Mr. Fraicis? Stephen,.; the,: Attorney, regarding .some proceedings.. in 'the Supreme Court,; ,in ,the, case of Hillson: versus, Mossman, in ::which : Mr:. Stephen. ws' " attorney for the plaintiff., How Mr.: J ilks camei.L' to be aware of the matter, remains enshrouded in mystery'. :"It' is rather'singular 'how these' con- stables ma?nage t'o pry int''miiaters' whliih are profound 'secreis' to- every one else'; while that;" which:...

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Markets. FRIDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

,i Jl : .,: : -FRIDtAY, MARCH:25. ;. EoETABLES--Potatoe.': 8S. to 1Qs. ;per. cwt. : Der- ;went. diito; .12s. ,per ditto.. ;Celery,: 4d. to. 6d.,per .bunch;hi'::` Fruit--A pples, Is.. :to ss.:per dozen i;qPontry -~ Fowls,: 5s. to. 6s. per .couple. Ducks. : per;ditto. ,: Geese, 14s. per ditto. ,Turkies, 14si: <<per ,ditto.., iRoatting pigs,; 5s. 6d seach.·' Butter ::alt,:is. 8d. to.2s..per lb,. Fresh ,ditto,.2s.;6d.:to 2s. :i?.d.. per dtto.: Egg, 2s.; 9d::p'er:doien., Clieese,; d. to 10d. per lb. 'Hams, O1d..to 14d. per dito. Bacon, .%,.pi,.p r'ditto,.; :Bread ,er;,.lb.loaf. 42d. toySd. , Beef :,.and mutton per carcase, 3d. to 3Ad. per.lb.:. Ditto per `.joint-4d. per ditto.- hHay-Best oaten, 161.to 181. p??r t?-?On? :Oats,4s 6d. per' bushel:.' arley; 5s6d. per :ditto. Maize, 8s.per ditto' ;Wheat straw, 30s. io r1ti65stpert load. : ,- , a' i _ , .' L .. , . t :: ~Wii~ at .?s.6d. to;9s.-per bushel pf ,60lbs. 1<. V, : po?Iro~-;.First quality,23s.,second d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

A;T , H'. ;COLONIST C'!FIQE, .Prnting of, - e,,every description is executed with neatness,; econo1" y, punctuality, and dispatch. 'oA ? "'LjE,, AT: THE STOR.IS OF, WIS-t r IL , N OIL V T T S. . a#? ºn;oofd so, foUowi .oo. - Blankets Shawls Prussian Blue .Chiua. Grass.Cleth in.Handkerlhiefsand .Pieces. China Straw:-Hats Fouri Cases'.Children's Diapers 0Twq ditto Gentlemens Wreating Apparel "jTwo ditto, l.adit?',Shoes. One ditto Gentlemen's HalfBgqots . SFour.Bales Printing J]aper. ; T.wo-ditto. blue and double-smail-hand-ditto iOneecase worked Collars and' Robes ; -a: - Four ditto Cotton Threads : Two ditto':Lucifer Matches :, , it,.,':. .'+ ++ .,Qpe,?qae of IXmitaio; Silk~ 3it ~rnsiCattqpi3u d * . c,.;jkey~hjefs . ? . ? COACH 3 ARE NG. n Messrs. M'launghlanananitea: 1 m QSS - respectfully intorn;.ti QY.ntry oflthe-ter± ritorýv generally,•, that the', alhe",co'nmenced -business in the above- hne, oppoito the. Poice Oi e, ,'where,,by" strict attentionti Bui1erior workmmanshitpan. Sde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 March 1836

. 'L tlerti ementf . . SELGANT . MODERN a ..HOUSEHOLD-, -1 -0-,3~VNITrE; ,,~ ' .' . S.IL..E.R PL.A T E:. Rich Cult, and Plain Glass, China,, &o. SFashionable Chariot, inewly -painited. builtLiby, Stubbs4 , ITdrig Acre; thilee ,va'luable C iag Ho ses, and a Saddle' Horse five years old, b Pete _Fini; out of'a Sitellite Mare . . . A Grand Piano forte by Broad dod'4iftheth late iiiproverments and a Harp, by :rai'd ;` with boxes of Stri ng, Sitand,' and' Music Books; . & c: T?IIe PiROPERTY OF TIiE l 0NOURiABLE FIRANC S FdORiBES ESUxiE,' CrI1IF JUSTICE. 'Bsy.mr:s.'Ltos. On Monday and 'Tuesday 4thand 5th April, at the Residence ofthe abovle Gentleman, ateleveno'clock precisely each day1 , .,a . " " -. :Under301. Cash'; aioe'vthat'suin ''aiin ap oved Bill ,at thli'ree monthhs:. ....... Catalogues cani be ' lid'at "thli Rooms of the . T' ' - € . :Auctidoneer.': .? The Carriages and Horses'will be put up for sale at twoo clock precidel, on'tlie first day " *.... •..... ..O......

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