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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - The Balls.—On ;IYiday evening Inst David Turnbull Esq. gave a Ball, at which about seventy of-the most respectable in habitants of Gipps Land were present. The invited assembled at. ten : o'clock ; dancing- soon commenced andwas kept up with spirit until half past one, when the g'liosts retired to. reg'ale themselves, a sumptuous repast being ..prepared under the skilled management of- Mr.. J. J. Hart. Previous to rising a toast—the ladies was proposed . by their very liberal host and heartily responded to by all the gen tlemen, who coupled with it three. cheers. The fair sex then regained the ball-room, ; where, after a few minutes, the gentlomen, ' who had been meanwhile occupied in pro posing various toasts, (the., substance of which space forbids oiuv giving) returned: ) Dancing- commenced again with renewed j vigor, and not till day had already dawned 1 did the 'exceedingly sociable'and pleasant i company part. Last night a ball was : given at the Iron Sto...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (l>ORT> AI.BERT).V November 25.—Mary Ann* brigantine, 116 .tons, G. Graves, from IIobart,Town. November s 26.—Meg-'' Merrilies; .schooner, ■ 79 tons, Capt. Green, from Circular Head V.D.L. November 26.-—Mariposa; schooner, 190 tons, W. Crouclier, from Launceston. : ; ' • November. 26.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. White, from 1-Iobart Town.. i: Passenger—cabin;, Mrs. Johnson and child. Steerage, one. , ^ , * November 28.—-Storm Bird, l'.a.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75. tons, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Mrs. Bun tine, Miss Scott,j Messrs. Disher arid Christian. ' Steerage,- eight. CLE.UtED OOT. November 27.—Mary Ann, schooner, G. Graves, for Hobnrt Town. y Novfcmber 27;—Mariposa, > schooner,' 190 tons, AV. Croucher, for I/aunccston. ; November 27.—Eclipse, schooner,: 190 ; tons, B. White, for Ilobart Town.' • ■■■■■ ■' • IMPORTS. ■■■■". : November 25.—Mary' Ann, from ITobart Town; 10 chests tea, 12 cases soap, 1 bale sacks, 1 do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PRINTING Every Description of letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the most reasonable; terms, AT THE OFFICE TO ADVERTISERS. D VKR.TIS IiMENTS not exceeding 10 words A. will be charged Is. 10 words and under 20 - - - -2s. 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2s. 6d. 30 „ „ 40 - - - - 3s. 6d. Advertisements exceeding 40 words will be charged as follows 1 inch - - - 4s. 6d. 2 „ - - ■ - - - 8s. 3 „ - lOs.Gd. And 2s. will be charged for every additional inili for each insertion, A discount of 10-per cent, will be allowed nn ad vertisements inserted for three months, and 25 per cent, for any further period. Advertisements will he continued until counter manded,'unless otherwise specified in the order; and no Advertisements can be withdrawn after n»on on Wednesdays. No verbal instruction1, c.iii lie attended to. • All Advertisements must be paid for IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions: Payable in adva...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN. (Shipped at Port Albert.) FROM 1ST JANUARY TO 22ND JUNE, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

LIST QF SALES OF STOCK AT -HOBART TOWN, ( ohippad at Port. Albert.) ■ 'FROM 1ST JANUARY- TO 22iVD JUNE, 1855. Jan. 3 58 head cattle, ex Eclipse \v - 241 sheep ' „ 11 65 Lend cattle ex Fi-ee Tradei1 1G 58 „ . ex'Isabella 1 .'. - 248 sheep . 22 46: head-cattle ex Maiy Ann - 24] sheep' „ 26 58 head cattle: ex»Eclipse * .. - 51 ,, ex Retriever - 291 sheep ' '' „ 29 57 head cattle ex Glcncoe' .. Feb. 3 63 ' ex Free Trader 9 43 ' „ ox Mary Ann - 259 sheep „ 10 46 Lend cattle ex Macquarie _ 24*2 sllGGp j; . 12 66 head cattle ex Ii. S. Page 15 61 „ ex Glencoe .. - 110 sheep ' „ 27 63 head cattle; ex Free Trader Mar. 1 44 - „ ex Macquarie' - 43 ' „ ex Mary Ann - 399 sheep ex City of Hobart - 264 v : ex Maiy/Ann 5 70 head cattle' ex H. S. Paired 24 80 „ , „ ... - 362 sheep ' „ 26 45 head cattle ex Mary Ann - 244 sheep ,, 30 44 head cattle ex Eclipse Apr. 5- .71 v ^ : - -ex Free Trader 16 397 sheep ex:City of Hobart:: • 17 45 head cattle ex Mary.-.Ann. >, - 88 - „ ex I-I. S. Page - 252 shee...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN. Wednesday, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, IIOBART TOWN. ' Wednesday, November 14. At the Slaughter House Yards, yesterdaj', Mr. ■W. A. Gucsdon.sold by auction the splendid cat tle per Eclipse at . from 18 15s. £21 15s.; and the sheep by the same vessel at 13s. 9d. ...Also the Leicester sheep per the Mary Ann fetched 23s. 6d. per .head. There was a good attendance of buyers, and several who held back when the first lots of the cattle were sold, were- evidently disappointed at the last lots fetching considerably higher in proportion than the first.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 22nd Nov., 1855. (Before Cant. Carey, S.M., and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.,) BAYLISS v. SHERWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 November 1855

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Alberton Police Office. Thursday, 22nd Nov., 1855. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.)   BAYLISS v. SHERWOOD.   The complainant, Mr. Bayliss of Merton, charged the defendant Annabella Sherwood with having made use of abusive and threatening language to him. The charge having been fully proved the defendant was fined £10, which was immediately paid. Tarraville Police Office. Saturday, 24th. Nov., 1855. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., G. D. Hedley, Esq., J.P., and Charles Thomas, Esq., J.P.) FLINN v. McKNIGHT.   The complainant, James M. Flinn of Williamsgrove, near Tarraville, charged the defendant James McKnight, a man in his employment, with having violently as- saulted him on the night of the 15th inst. It appeared from the evidence adduced that Flinn and McKnight had a quarrel at Tarraville on the evening in question ; the latter proceeded home on a dray which he had charge of, and on being overtaken by th...

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THE VALUE OF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

THE VALUE OF HISTORY.; Divide et-impera— divide' and. govern was formerly the:political maxim .'which regulated tlie policy of different Govern ments, and probably the same line of' poli cy is still pursued in certain conditions of society. Now,however,it can be scarcely; carried out so ; openly as it was some fifty years ag'o. Tlioug'h intelligence has made little progress anions themasses, compared with what it should, , still, it has made a little progress; and the people be gin to have a dim perception of the selfish principles on which Governments ,are con ducted. They have a faint glimmering that one main object of the so-called pat riotic efforts and sacrifices of many states men and legislators, is, that of individual and family aggrandisement, and that the welfare or happiness of the people general ly, is, with such men, a matter of very small importance indeed. Set the people quarrelling among them selves, and then we can manage matters to ) suit our own interests, said th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

Subscribers will confer a favor by forwarding their Subscriptions, as the outlay consequent on the com mencement of a Newspaper renders this important'

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. SEBASTOPOL TAKEN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

.LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. SEBASTOPOL TAKEN! ! The Red Jacket arrived at the Port (Phillip Heads on Tuesday last after a pas sage of seventy-four days. As the news .brought by her had not reached Melbourne when the Storm >Bird .left, we are indebted to Capt. Kelsall, a passenger by that ■steamer from the Iieads, for the following' •intelligence, the main facts of which ,may be relied on. v •; Sebastopol.is in .possession of the. Allies. The place was entered after a short, but vigorous bombardment. j ; The Russians were in full retreat towards ■Perikop, the fortifications of .which place are, we believe, of immense strength. -: ' ■ 'The Allies were embarking in:steamers: ■in order 'to intercept the Russians arid cut 'off their arrival at Perikop. '-i ': The English loss is said to have- been 2000-men, and that of 'the French 4500, including 230 officers. i -.The foregoing -statements we believe5 to be.correct in theunain,-and-we.print-them just as they were furnished to us. .. The- Enf...

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[The following loiter appeared in an English paper in the year of its date, and we reprint it for the interest it affords in connection with the struggle now going on between civilization on the one hand tyranny on the other.] LETTER FROM A DISTINGUISHED RUSSIAN DIPLOMATIST IN ENGL AMD TO HIS EXCELLENCY C—G—AT ST. PETERSBURG. London, August 6, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

[The following loiter appeared in an English paper in the year of its date, and we reprint it for the interest it af fords in connection with the struggle now going on between civilization on the one hand tyranny on the other.] LETTER FROM A DISTIN GUISHED RUSSIAN DIPLO MATIST IN ENGL AMD TO HIS EXCELLENCY C—G— AT ST. PETERSBURG. London, August. 6, 1840. In the formation ol the new quad ruple treaty—ir. the threatened war in the East—and in the rupture between England and France—your Excellency will perceive abundant evidences of my indefatigable labors, and of the success which has attended them. Yet I am far from laying claim to any other merit than that of exactly fulfilling' your Ex cellency's instructions. It was your . Excellency's sagacity which first divined the only mode by which his Imperial Majesty could rule France and England as he pleased, and obtain possession of Constantinople. With those pow;ers united, the possession of the Black Sea, the fleet' at' Sebastopol, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. EOjRGE DYABLE, of Sale, hereby intimates that he will not be respon sible for any debts contracted by Elizabeth Wilson, his wife, from tins date. Sale, 1st Dec., 1855. 89. WOOLPACK INN, SALE. *T\UNCAN CLARK is fully supplied with "Wines and Spirits of the Lest quality. . ,, 90'0 TMPORTANT to the community of Gipps Land. It is the intention of HENRY WHITBURN to establish a Bazaaiyinthe vicinity of the Mitchell for the sale of Horses; Horses broken in for double or single harness on the shortest notice. 91 NOTICE. TOHN SCOTTS jun.,beg-s to inform the " inhabitants of Gripps Land tliat lie is about to commence business, as Vetinerary Surgeon, in the vicinity,ofEmu Yale, and by strict and prompt ■'attention lie solicits the patronage of the public. . ■■■:<■■■ A lai-ge stock of'Medecine, on hand ; all orders and cases punctually; attended tO. 92. HORSES! HORSES !! HORSES !!! FOR Sale a few good saddle and draught horses, all warranted. Apply, to CHRISTO...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

.. (NEWS-OP THE WEEK.' ' 1 " LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday. 1 'Peter LaloivEsq.,membei:'fov:Bal]a{ii,at): an'cl John 'King', Esq.,, member .'for Gipps Land, • • took the oalhs^and. fcliuir seats; ( • Several Messages were 'received. from His Excellency, ' ' THE' REPLY TO THE GOVERNOR'S '• SPEECH. MivLONGDEN brought up :the, report j from 'the committee appointed to prepare I the address in reply to the Governor's i speech on ^opening1 the session, which was ordered to be printed and taken into con sideration to-day. •RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. : ' _ The COLONIAL ENGINEER' rose for the purpose of announcing to the House i that the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney I General, the Collector of Customs, and the Surveyor-General,: had tendered ;the resig- I nation of their offices to his Excellency I the Governor/and that his Excellency had been pleased to accept the.resignations, .r; Mr. FAWENER moved that the House resolve -itself . into, a committee of ,the whole, to consider the pres...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (POUT ALBERT). December 4.—Helen S. Page, barque, 225 tons, Capt. Spring, from Hobart Town. December 4.—Macquarie, brigantine, 130 tons Capt. Dodd, from Hobart Town. 1 passenger. December 5.—Storm Bird, i'.a.s.n. Go's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydscrff, from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Capt. Kelsall, Messrs. W. Alison, Clair, Taylor, Lewis, and Silverman. Steerage, nine. CLEARED OUT. December 1.—Meg Merrilies, schooner, 79 tons. E. Green, for Hobart Town. December 6.—H. S. Page, barque, T. Spring, for Hobart Town. December 6.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, • George Dodd, for Hobart Town. IMPORTS. December 4.—H. S. Page, from Hobart Town; 1500 five feet paling, J. King. December 4.—Macquarie, from Hobart Town j 2 cases Geneva, 2 half-chests Ii. S. Tea, 1 chest Congou, 1 case sago, 1 ditto confectionery' Hart; 5 trunks drapery, 1 case ditto, 1 case boots, 1 keg white lead, 1 case watches. 6 cases soap, I coil rope, 6 bags flour, 1 cask whitening, 1 ditto...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 7th December, 1855. THE EVENT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

&tj)ps,!&an& ^tmrHtan, Friday, 7th December, 1855. THE EVENT OF THE WEEK. Tiie resignation of tlie Executive Council and their re-appointment under the New Constitution lias called forth the disappro bation of all persons really interested in the welfare and progTess of civil freedom in the Colony. On Tuesday the public were informed that the Executive had resigned, and on Wednesday that the same gentle men were appointed, under the New Act, the first ministry. This announcement startled every one;/how they could be a ministry under that Act, none knew, and none but the plausable reasoning- of the Attorney General can find a solution. Mr. Haines endeavored by a shrewd speech to vindicate their policy, but it failed to be conclusive. The representative members fought manfully against this usurpation of power, and are determined not to allow this despotic, assumption of power to pass unnoticed. For our own part we cannot \ understand how a ministry under ..the ...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN. (Shipped at Port Albert.) FROM 1ST July TO 31st. OCTOBER, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HO BART TOWN, (Shipped at Port Albert.) from 1st july to 31st. october, 1855. July 3 180 col. sheep ex City of Hobart ■£ i0, 18 3 „ 18 9 „ 0 395 sheep „ 1 ' 2 6„ 1 3 0 „ 9 46 head cattle ex Macquarie 10 15 0 „ 15 15- 0 Average £14 15 „ - 285 sheep „ • ■ 14. 6 , 16 398 sheep ex City of Hobart 1 '7 '3 ,,177 „ 16 .72 head cattle.ex 1:1. S. Page ••ll,.;lO'^P.;Wf52^;:.Or:v0.-i.;'.. 16 .11. „ - 536 sheep ex Mary Ann . • 10 ' 0 - 16 4 ,, 19 272 sheep ex Eclipse • • 13 0 „ 20 63 head cattle „ 11.15. 0 „ 16 10 0 „ 13 11 ,, - 310'sheep ex H. S. Page ... - 15 6 „ - 37o ex Mary Ann i [,16„ .,0, „ \ ,16 9 ,, 23 56 head cattle ex Cosmopolite 10 15 0,,„ 13 5 0 „ 11 15 „ - 265 sheep . „ •• 17 (0v „ 17 ,6 „ - 188 „ ex Louisa 15 0 , „ 24 54 head cattle ex Retriever .. 12 5 ,0 „ 15 0 0 13 5 „ - 232 sheep - „ 1. 0 '9 „ ,110 „ 25 66 head cattle ex Free Trader .11 0.', 0. <„ 18, '5 .0. „ 13 4 „ .30 31 „ ex Glencoe .. 12 15 0 „ 22 15 0 15 19 „ - 196 sheep ex City of Ii...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Professor Bennett Clay's Enter- tainment.—On Friday and Saturday evenings last, Professor Bennett Clay gave his entertainment of natural and scientific legerdemain, in addition to his grand opti- cal panorama of the war, at the iron store, adjoining the Guardian-office, Port Albert. The Professor is what his name implies, no tyro in his art. All his feats displayed surprising dexterity and skill, and excited rapt attention and undisguised astonish- ment. The evening's amusements were diversified by the exhibition of a series of views of the present war, detailing every object of interest connected with the siege and storming of Sebastopol. We hear the Professor purposes visiting Sale and Strat- ford previous to the forthcoming Christ- mas festivities up the country. We cordially recommend Professor Clay's entertainment to all admirers of a good evening's amusement, and trust he will re- ceive that encouragement of patronage from the inhabitants of Gipps Land he s...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON POLICE OFFICE. Tuesday, 27th Nov., 1855. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P. and Charles Thomas, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.   ALBERTON Police Office. Tuesdav, 27th Nov., 1855. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., Edgar Slade Esq., J.P. 'and Charles Thomas, Esq., J.P.) John Hall a carpenter from Tarraville,   was charged by a constable with having made use of obscene language on that township, on the evening of Sunday the 25th ult. The delinquent pleaded guilty to the accusation and was fined £2, in default three days imprisonment. Wednesday, 28th Nov., 1855. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.)       John Burke, who was incarcerated at Tarraville on the previous evening for   making tuse of obscene language, was fined £2, in default of which three days imprisonment.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. To, parties travelling towards Melbourne with Stock, or others mhom ' • it may concern. T .hereby caution all parties against tres passing* upon my cattle station between the-'Moe and Shady Creek, or removing stock therefrom, with or .without the con nivance of my stockmen, unless strictly in conformity with the provisions of the Im pounding Act, I shall take steps .to detect and' prosecute parties attempting another foray. Due notice in this Paper will be giveiv of a general muster, when muster yards ^nd -paddock are completed. • Arid I am ready to ^purchase all stray stock on the nam at a fair valuation. , ' WOOD'BEILBY. Moe Station, December 1, 1855. ; SB'S : lOTJY your Grog- : for Christmas nt BURN'S Royal Hotel, Tamiviilo. Wholesale or Retail. 95*3 .Im^RTfSEMENTfe. NATIONAL SCHOOLS,   Tarraville.   The Patrons appointed by the different denominations to the management of these Schools, having accepted contracts for the erection of the B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 December 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PRINTING. Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE <Sf TO ADVER.TISRRS. .A ••DV.KR.T18 HM KN'I'S not exceeding JO words f\ will lie charged Is. ,f JO words and under 20 - -, - - 2s. 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2s. (id., ' 30 „ „ 40 - - - - 3s 6d. .Advertisements exceeding <IO<wnrds will lie charged as follows: — 1 inch ------- 4s. Gd. , 2 - -s;. 3 „ 10s. fid And 2s. will be charged for everyiadilitional inch for each inberiion,' ' , ' A discount of 10 per cent, will be allon ed 011 ad vertisements .i»seried;Lf(>'r' three months, and;25 'per. cent, for any further period.'_<■, Advertisements will: be continued unlib counter-.' mantled, unless otherwise specified in 1 lie order ; and no Advertisements can\be withdrawn after noon on ■Weilnesila}'.. ,No verbal instruction1, can...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (roux ALBERT). December 9.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croncher, from Launceston. December 10.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. White, from Hobart Town, in ballast. December 12.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Mrs. Frost," Mrs. Strickland, Messrs. S. Joseph, Coleman, Thomas, Balantine, Nash, Williams, Sheen, Murphy, Aciey. Steer ■age, twenty. ... cleared OUT. December 12.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. White, for Hobart Town. imports. December 9.—Mariposa, from Launceston j *6 bags potatoes, 10 bags ricc, 1 bag walnuts, Crouch er. December 12.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 2 hhds. brandy, 4 qr. casks do., 1 keg rum, 1 do. brandy, 6 cases brandy, 6 do. Geneva, 9 do. Old Tom, 2 qr. 'casks wine, 2 octaves do, 12 eases do., 2 cases bitters, 2 qr. casks cordials,'4 casks beer, 2 cases do., 1 bag coffee, 4 half chests tea, 30 bags sugar. \. . . exports. ; . December 12.—-JEclipse, for Hobart T...

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