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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

S.·CHINA; ~.~ ·~ir1r Pr rom tIhe Ilubart Tow. papers.. j By the Lord Amherst from Nianilla, we :hav'e ob tain'ed China ne~ws:to ihe 27".th EN-ovenib'er' .but litt'le hias socr.erre~d o, :a'nyr conseqtuenci snc e oSc;u'r la~l; ad vices of: t.he 9th`, via Cjydne)"7 :' ?The·:shipsR.nd :forces hh[ d ,gone into" winteor; q ua rters,,andn ;were rdistributed among tue places .lately claptured ,,. iNo. very. perieptible ! fecti'u had been; pro-; dlur.ed on tihe Chinese authtoritie?b to ;warrant a;suppositiotlit theyto??t'lle?; w'oul make proposals for: peae.o nor isi tliikely?' w |hile =our ?Conquests are ?confined :to the: sea bqrtrd. 'theC3iioeseseem sang'uine1 in ibe~j~ir ;hopes of resistance~;, ,w lir~r the( troop;- are beyond thei~ protrction aiidi sipplias' iidbtiii n a'lisIe ,by tlu: slii'p binkC, wlhich'?hey'now.;acknowled'e tb' be in-'2 viiscibjl. ,? Thbey-h'av.e: begun 'to-.fortify' Caiuton, aid ore proceedinig rapidly wtilh their works in that quarter The h~ihghts,ifrom6 which th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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Geelong Retail Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

*' ,Oelong etall : 1?dZarkot l'rloes. ' Bread, per al4, tour 0......3.... o1: S lo ..o: .o Beet', per lb.... a 5 u a ..a. o , Anlult imt er la. a 4 oo` utt r .,, ............. o -b a 2 '3 o - otter;t'r esrh,''... b,=... t, 4'? a' . . ':3 U I- sa,1t, Puer. tg'.·. ··1·. .. ... o, ?"? ;o --Ill.?o :o Cheeie, EueglLA, idLerb....... o . U - o) CC " Dittch, Je,. 1 .' .... " " - 0 .Eg.gs erdon S..... 0 3 0 Iiacon,p?er Lb.'. .. . .... t, I. 3 5 - U ? Pa ~lutoe l-·., p& · C · 12 o~i·l au 34 0·o'c T ieaG, pertlo.,?............ 9'"0' ).0 C?.3o" (.o/Jee, groundl pe b.. o=I " 8., -- "2 , moist . err? ;lflb ............ o ' 93-- .o a Q op. per L............... 0 . o I iandles, mould, ptr.l k ....•. "0o aiC) - C" u *0 -dipS, liebt .':"...; . 'r0 o 6' ? o. oa t

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THE POST OFFICE. TO MR. RAYMOND, POSTMASTER GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

TI",: :THE 'PO? 3T OFFICE. To"MR. RAYIONI; POMAST'rEt ' GENE.AL. -. Sxn,--Your ability and. peiseverance in discharging the arduous dutiespof your. department, during a.:periodlof nearly ten.yearsi hasi won the approbatiohr and· confidence. of the.colonists, of.New.South Wales, to an extent altogether unpre cedetite'd.'; li' ct isa ............. in this ce it •,)1'~·i(B partiipi~ ationii- i n: 'th'is confidence whih inducesthe' writer to suppose that you will listen'. ,atdentivl, y to any wellgrounded. comnplant, and take immediate steps, for- the. remedy:of griovances when· the'y are clearly'proved to exiSt ? " ?" You htave been fortunateIn h, avng, had; diligent'.,atnd iqohJigilg tle puities ,in this township'sincet the esta bflishmenteof a ?fpodst offlike ' ehr 'T' h T ' ?gr ievances complained of appf?'rT , to unise "'fromi sorne misuoderstanditi: of the. system?, the remedy for which -can oultiy..?,he applied by yourself..:... . .. SPassing .over the :necessity'?hitch lex ists ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

S 'SOUTH AU-TlAlIA.. . '''Promn lie Linuiceston Eximiner. ' -We' hve papersi to the '18lth Febo miary; "I n' thie.Governor's miiitet to die Counicil it appears thiathie.receipts tdr 18-1 "amoutiiiid :to £92,854 Is 2d, nad 'the expeudi'ture to £92,o07 8.:'S. in -refeririceto tohe ireceipts, £8b,843 obiily had bieen raised from ite revenue, orfihe sale of la.nd in thecolony The balance'wascapital Iimlorted to defray varioiis miscellious expens'.' ,' 'The finaricial a'ffirs of the colony weredin a deplorable conidition, and a nme'tirig hiid been held to take tihe circuinstances of the colony into cori sideration. Thins assembly of tiie Souil" Australians was cliaracieriied by noisy declamation and disgraceful persol' alities. Mr Mann, styled the littled "Joseph'" of the province,:suggoested as a remedy tnat thie govern'ment lshoild advance a sum of money, and thlereby' restore confidence. A 1ir Nicholsi in troduced himself'to the'meetinngby " 'apologising 'for his weant of learning, ha...

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MARKETS. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

M : ? . .ETS . - LONDON." Australl aa ooI, fiae::-. Woo l ois t,_l lo:: oa; :,.t good ..... 1 -- , 1? 8 ajatiddilaig :'".." . ."o 1* ,4t -. 0+ 1 " in greas?, i +,., @. ?O:.oi-. , iilt" • 1 ItaahibL'' 0,?." ."..o o" a-S ,?lt Floior,;fie.e20s,:t;iu, .a'per. lOllilbs ;secofids*l18 ton 205;. PaLtatafles54. to SI I, per; c't., Bread, 11cr 4 ha loa In?uf'lsl er S?e:+rs' lb' 3 :J?eeIe4r?.' luer.lb Oihlna o ton ']Ha SI toOL per ton. Oatss hsOd to Gil.l ilsr bushel,+ " " , , - ,. . ·. r-SYD.NY.; Tihle Flotor, 2k per 100 Ibs; .0s cash..Seoonds Ills Sciasha 'ITs,'; T~hlslIrd uG? 6asI;l,~'ls:*+ ) ': " |Bre'ad:bd , S ir0d pll1lOaf :r. - i-o;'i Gd pea:' loa:f Colonasl, V het o;s oOs 0.1 ?per bushel. ai+ M4"ze? .4; n iSpe bse'boie licl; IU.:,a~ Iy i 01 t pa?d" -I saTr dthl O,atrs Os per j bialiel.? Hay 1'Wiaa7 l'75per: toor .''" stltlter,'i fresha 2.?s?od.. Ii r3O.laerlb ~(salatu2.s to O4,s 6d=" Cheese 8d. to;?lo perzlb; egCoIs a id to s1L1 r doia, Be'd'4l 'io'Sdo shr Ib Mailittaa Gd Spiaats' i b;...

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TOWN POLICE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

TOW·N PQLICrE ACT. We wer'e very macit -pias'ed'writh the maniter of Mr Fenwick, on Saturday la'st; n' delivering his opiuion on the enforcement of"the absurd regulations cottained'in the Country Towns Act? One of the cluuse's orbidls.the keepingof pics wi!thin ,forty ya;ds of any street or: pulilic place. Mr Mack was acuordhngly, summoned for having them about thirt; one yards tgom Corio~laue. 'It appeared .in evidence 'that. it was :impossible for Mr Mack to comply with the act, unless he knocked 'doWn his stable (the` rand, 'est structute of thekind in-the.province),. 'that Iiitg' b''uilt up~on .the part of the 'allotment which .the goverrrnent have rpersVe'l for i'he l'eth bpingp of' pi.' '..Mr' Penwick stnted' th'at he considr~rddtH&' aoCt:very inaiiplicable to this p'laci,.iitd: said thatfhe would refrain.from enforciitg, the'clause in question until lie had ootn' mlnocatod :with" the IMelbourne suiutori-t :ties We trust that Mr FenwickWtil|, putt a, rensonlahle interp...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

VAN', DIE~ut2 1 EN'l~~Jsr LAND. · Anew weekly[papcr c alledthe Ex amininr 'hdas isf ted' at Lahinieston, anid fromtihe'sppearan'ce nf~tlie first` number'' Iwe:slhbuld. say that it' is likely' to "go 'ahead :of its. contemporaries. ' -We -have heen iiformed by ancorres pendent whose' information has gener ally pvroved • correct, that it is :the intention of the New Ministry com ,pletrly to chian.o the political economy ,of Van Diemen's Land, anid that Lord Stahley is determined to merit popu. larity by supporting the most libeial ,measures and becoming a sincere and valuable advocate of colonial iiiterdst8. ,Our correspondent states, upon eutborr, ity of a private letter from an iifluen liol gentleman rcsidingain London,tiai, his Lordship is most favorably disposed? *towards• the'Colonies, and a strensons' advocate for conceding to them: the earnestly demanded boon of Le'gisatiosi by. representution--Launcoston: Courier. Odr readers will learn with unani mous gratification, from our-...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

Ci·~ · i "- RMISCELLANKA. Ai man named Thomas Williams wvas on' Moriday cha'rged at Guildhall, with wiLr'rying.three women. This is .a ?crime?. ,hich we hhould suppose, car 'ied itslown punishment along with it. ' :":What a dust wva kick up," as the fly said to:the'eoach whedl. *A Whale Adrenture.-The H'avre Journal mentions an incident Which oc curred to soise whale-fishers during a recent voyage, which, it observes, would be incredible, if it were not attested by the Captain antd his men. Captain Deglos, of the Gustave, whaler, was fishing off the coast of New Holland, and was giving chase in a boat with five men to a large cachalot whale, which they soon came up with and harpooned. The animal, as soon as he felt the in strument, went down perpendicularly, and carried out a great quantity of line. The crew remained with their oars raised waiting for his re-appear ance, when on a sudden they saw an enormous jaw rise on each side of the hoat, far above tile gunwale, which was tlius ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

+TO TU!E ED!TOiLOF ,TUE R:GEELOGO. , Sl ,-: 'beg, :througl,+ the ,medium olf your journal, to call the attention oi our efficiint chief Constblal to the prnctiea of leaving thietires used' by smithi for. doini the irionwork of wheels burning after their woik is done. These fires are generallysurround]ed by wood, and need but to be operated upon by: the wind throughout the night to extend theircohsuntini qualities to thte adjaeent, weather-?oarded 'houses. One.of the clauses of.' the Coudtry Towns Act, lauily extended to'.t-his; town, gives sufficient :power· to :the authorities. to' abate this danger, however unfit',io its harshness .andj rigour :that ,acc? may,:b?:, part'ic?ila rly in i adaptation to hthis us i nris:ib"lie;t'" Sji. illf i. euii to be sb "far enforced as to' preirnt apractice fraught Withsos :muth .d'alneVr. 'A~SJL beli~i'thtti mattetr. toe the~ih?' result o1t ic'e.onsi?'t~ratt'e ness rar/ter than .ofanyevil !inientibn, tIhe f rtiesr ng.eed+ ;oiilybe .cautioned- by ...

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. PORT GREY.—VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

PROQIESS OF DISCOVERY. PORT GRsY.--v0Yuec OP Ti5C:,iitAOtE. We left Gage's Road's early on, the .moruiing of the 12th December." During' the day we held a NNW course,-pdssiiig the different projections of: ihe'oaSt sc' a distance of five to nine miles,-in, soundings from 15 to 24 falhoms' A.A't noon Cape Lescheinault: bose I' lby I: eight or nina miles. Soon afterwards, we noticed a break lathe land beariig? NE, probalily the Moore River; 'this as: we came abreast of it appeared shut in;l .therefore the supposed riv'er'must empty. ,itself into tlhe'SeaL inU'a 'SW directioni,. Ac six o'clock we "were abreast of and. distaetitnine miles'from, i very remark, able large sand patch; indeed the coast. northward of :Moore 'River presnte-d a .very desolaie::'appearance,--tho' coast range ·of the - sand-i hillocks or ·dunes ,being. crested~in many, places 'wih bare :white sand ...As the 'day: closed, tie remarkable ..high land' called' Mount iPeronu and Leseur bdreJNN'E: 30 miles4 .After pas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

F'or SLondon. (Now loadineat Point f-enhy.) T-? l fine ltriti·h.built Barque A i, 3QS tons, PATTEIISON commander, will ameet with quick despatch, havina :he greater part ,,f her cargo engaged; her aeeommodalioiss tor passengers are superior. Aptly to CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY, or to CRAIG & IROADPOOT. 'or London, to load at Geelong - THE first-class 'BAR QUE t'. (. HILL, commander, will meet with (juick despatch. For Fre(ight or Pas. .,ae, her accommodations being of a .luperior order, apply to the commander on board,:or'to STRACHAN & CO. ·, 'WOOLI. STIIACIIN'A & CO. will .Purchase or, ) ,Advance on 'WOOLS of .this Sea. son's clip. Geelohng,November 1. WooL. HE undersigned will advance on Wool. The advances will be made in CAsts on delivery. A. THOMSON. a; LEVY . EGS to inform tIle Inhabitants of Geelong and its vicinity and` the Fub ic in general, that he will op,,n', this day, at his' New'Sto'rie o'Pp6sTv SlaE Coa acl:C?,L r H o~rEtCosttO.sTrtEE1T;t ace of...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

Matr i.oi a; barqUde ':,A baeoh a:!ihboiler N-. ,"erlo, blrque B .u lh flaird n scr. Alrzljirtsla sltreamer utter

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 March 1842

Sm1P NEWSSS., ARRIvALs. i~ ~ ~ ~ , Iaci-4-A oNAtenovler, Black ]biirne Imaadelr ,f'roml-Iob.?t Tiiic?? ? .A i A-'16-A-iA,'teamer, Lawler toaster, jfroin ilclboisrne.. ._____ S]G--SHAM aoCo,.;Celtter/: Boydii, !naus''r; Sri-a 1o 0bar t Town; 1i',. Cr~t~L)O ?0:l3Wis' &rand 'rails"?-'4- toils "sugar; 2 bags coffee,, l1 bag cinnamon, I cask barley,.2, csesstarcl,'2 cases arrowroot, l'case cream of:,.t~rtar,2 Ikos gn.pVowder, 1 bayt brushes, 4 casks. Il bag boots, b?i~s~i'es Ieather, casesslops, I case hats, 1 case I t.unlk ?aple.s, 2,.chests. oappiarel, I j-lr .corrosive;', 'I.caskl plaster; 2 :drays, 2,t kegs,. 1 cfree roaster, 7 bags i heat,. 6 bags"oats; 6raiy' 35-ki?rkH$ge I!uggage..o, 13wde!ii;: 56..bigs flour,4Grjy ; i57 bngs flour ?.HovleV;v'.x :luu:?: l/W !,'. 19.. 9 Li L.L IASi.sehoonera Sntith'linaster; , .. · , .. . . .. . ,; jfioin, lobart Tow.n vid, Melboiirnefi~ Cargo S-- bngs':cffey;·tw.o `o" s' fdiii.;P ce's t?;! a cases I canaoil, 1.keg, whlit lead, I. pail' ibe...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXPEDITION OF MR. EYRE TO LAKE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXPEDITION OF MR. EYRE TO LAKE VICTORIA. I have the honor to acquaint you, for the information of His Excellency the Governor, with the result of a tour up the Murray to the Rlnfuts, and round Lake Victoria, undertaken for the purpose of exploring a line ofroad on the south side of the Murray, and with the view, if possible, of establish ing a friendly intercourse with the aborigines in those districts, where they are said to be so implacable and hostile towards Europeans. On the evening of the 27th January, I had our horwes .swam across the Murray at Moorunde, and on the fol lowing morning set off, accompanied by three policemen and a native of Moorunde, steering through the desert to the NE by N. After a fatiguing ride through a country which for the most part is densely covered with scrub, we struck a bend of the Murray at about forty miles from Aloorunde, and encamped there for the night. On the following day we proceeded up the river, following in its bends for...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

CHINA. From the Sydney papers. By the Clarinda, we have a file of Singapore papers which contain the offlicial announcement by Sir Hlenry Pottinger, of the reoccupation of Chu Han, and the capture of Chin-hae and Ningpo. The plenipotentia y deemed it advisable, after what has already hap pened, to msnake it known that " under no circumstances will Chusan and its dependencies be restored to the Chinese government, until the whole demands of England are not only complied with, but carried into full effect." It would seem from the accounts contained in the Canton Press of the amount ofspoil found at Chin hae and Ningpo, that the laurels of the victors will not be their only reward in these oper ations; while the sname paper reports that the Plenipotentiary had " deman ded the sum ofeight millions of dollars as ransom for the town of Ningpo, and for the nonmolestation of Hang chow-foo the capital, and other towns of the province." The fiat had also gone forth against the junk trade, wit...

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MISCELLANEA. The Pope a Teetotaller. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

MISCELLA NEA. Tlhe Pope a Teetotaller.-We learn, from a source on which we place the most unlimited confidence, that his Hu liness Gregory XVI., in a recent lengthy interview with a distinguish ed Irish priest, expressed himself de lighted beyond measure to find that the Catholic clergyman of this kingdom were, as an order, taking the total pledge. " Nothing more," ohserved his Holiness, " is required to make them the best and most efficiently zealous priests in the world." The Pope is himself a teetotaller, in the literal ac ceptation of the term: he never tastes wine. We entreat our readers not to consider this announcement as a matter of hearsay, but as a piece of the most gratifying intelligence, resting on un questionable authority. Providential Escape of Nelson.-ln 178 I Captain Nelson was chosen to conduct the naval part of the expedi tion against St. Juan's. Being one day excessively fatigued, he ordered his hammock to be slung under some trees. During his sleep, that extrao...

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ENGLAND. DISTRESS OF THE MANUFACTURING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

ENGLAND, DISTRESS OF TIlE MANUFACTURING' CLASSES. Will it be credited that there 'ar in Leeds 747 families, consisting of:3,960 individuals. subsisting upon is. 4d. per head per week !-that there are 214 families, consisting of 1,294 individuals, subsisting on 4id. per head per week ?-that there are 1,646 fami lies, consisting of 5776 individuals, who have no visible means of subsistence whatever T-and will it be believed that the average subsistence per head per week of 4,752 families, consisting of 19,937 individuals, is nothing more than I l1d! These are astounding state ments, but they are statements which the Enumeration Committee feel war ranted to put forth, after having made a searching investigation, after having visited the number of families above stated. The extent of the misery is such as calls loudly for alleviation; but the fact of its extent almost inclines a person to shrink from encountering it. Twenty thousand individuals ex isting on llid. per week I Say that onl...

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FROM HALL'S GARDEN OF DELIGHTS, 1645. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

RILOM HALL'S GARDEN OF DELIGHTS, 11145. The fountaines smoke, and yette no light they shewe, . Starres shine by night tho' undiscerned bydaye, The trees incease, yette do not seaenie to growe, And shadows move, & yette they seemne to staye. 3)ost thou ask why.T the reason then is this, 'That Love loves most, where lure most secret is. The stillest strenmes descry the greatest deep, The fairest day Is subject to a showre, Conceite's most swcete us when it seemes to sleep, And fairest days will in the mnorning lowre. Dost thou ask ývhy i the reason then is this, 'That Love loves nmost, where love most secret Is, The rnrest jewels a hidden virtue yield, . Tile sweetes of Iraf?rique are a secret gain, The year when, young doth shew a barren field. .jid 'flowrs seemn, dead,atid yet they grow ngaln. Dost thou ask why I the reason still is this, That Love loves most, where love most secret is.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

Episcopalian Church. T HE Subscribers to the Episcopalian Church at Geelong, are hereby re quested to meet on Tuesday the 12th day of April next, at the Oilice of Mr. Sladen, North Geelong, for the purpose of electing, in accordandce with the Act of Council, a Trustee in the place of Hlenry Tyssen, Esq., deceased. E.B. ADDIS, W. ROADKNIGHT, 'trstres N. A FRNWICK, ues F. CEAMPION, Geelong, 21st March, 1812. A?T a Meeting of the Subscrihers to the .fund., raised in behalf of the GamiJies 10ft destitute through the late fatal accident, held in the School-room, Yarra street," on Wedu'esday last the 23rd instant, N. A. FN'wiwC, EsQ. in the Chair,' It was resolved-That, in consequence of the limited attendance, the.parties present deem it expedient to adjourn the business of the meeting, until, the 29th instant. Resolved--That the inhabitants gener ailly be requested to attend thb 'cth suing meeting, to consider the " pio. priety of establishing a pertfanent fund for the relief of individ...

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Geelong Price Current. GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 March 1842

Geelong'OPrice'C t ent. S GRAIN. &C.- .-. W sheat, ?er Thel........... . o a"oto o0 0 Maize, per bushel ......... o 7 o- ou 8 Oats, per bushel ,'..:... ,;: 0 7 0- 0 8 0 Barley, Ier buashet . .. 0 o o - u 0 Flour./irstper ton........... 23 o -2 o - sec..e d ".........'.... 10 '0 0-.25 0 Hall, per ton . ........... o - ''a o u BSUILDING- M. ATEIlALS. Bricks, per thousand....... . 1 o0 0 to. 5 0 -- delivered, per thaousand.. 1 0 u - o 0 Hardwood Boards, per 10o feeL o 8 o - ? 1 6 qaartering, per l0 feet ...... o 18 0o%- I i itten.,, pecr 100 feet.... 3- I 0 -. bo Shingles, per thousand .*.*. ol' ? 1" 1 u Patl?g, brod, per ahundred.:. 2:-obo'a- n io - narrowi, ar hundred:.... o 12 0 - 0 o Cedar deats, per foot ...... o u 9 - 0 n u Pine, per fogo... ..........0o 0 6n -0 0 7 oaits, pcrs lb .............. o.- 09 - 0 10 6P1IITS,'&C."(DUTY PAID ) Ale, in bottle, per do:en....:-, 0,19"o to o 15 n Porter, per dozen ........... - 0 13 ll,'aady, pergallont.'.....: .. u-= 1 , Oh,,...

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