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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

* Cowpa stores. — It was discovered during the government of Captain Hunter, in the year 1796, md derived its name from . a herd of wild cattle ivhich were found ranging over its untraversed wilds when it was first discovered by civilized man. These cattle were the offspring of 2 bulls and 3 cows Df the Cape of Good Hope buffaloo breed, which had been landed in the colony by Governor Phillip, but had strayed into the woods during the first week after the formation of Sydney, and could never afterwards be found. — Extract from Wells' Geo graphical Dictionary of Australia.

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

tmmmmm ARRIVALS. April 7. Eleanor Lancaster, barque, 483 tons, Cap.tain -Ledge; 'fromi Auckland the 25th March, in ballast. i. &.----Avenger,, cutter, ? l*Htons,KSoramervUle,irorn ,-? Anatam'the 31st March,' in ballast. !; ' -Ui f I DEPARTURES. April Sf'^tf^pr.steS^yj^^.tonsr^IjtrrKiTSopPi Ior'A'aelaiae,* via BoydTbwnran'-d Port Phillip: '' ' ' ? 5. Colma, schooner, 55 tons, Captain Browne, 'for Port'Albert.' ' r^' ''? ?- ;-''?--—- 'v.j:--.- ?'- '?'' 5? Will', Waicl'i, ^ scbbbrier,v63itoris,' M' Arthur, for :jPortlahd;.yia'Port?Fair'yi ,-^~;.-:.n ?'.: ^ ^U;..;i ^.5.' Etoma, \xc\g, 139 tons,- Captajn; Pockley, for Hobart Town. ; ;, ; , ,,,.; ,.,.-.; ',t,'-7- .,.,.,.-% !?:?-, .- 5. Tdwiarj steamer', ' 130 to'n^J Captain 'Allen, for -M6Vetofi5Bayi';1 1''-/M '''-' :\'iA ~l'-n{':J-' ' 3- *:6/'Eleahor,ibarqae, 153' tons; Captain /Woodin, , for fjobart Tovimrr oi ; :'-. ;?'?;:;;[ !-?? i; -.-;'-? ???,'? . ,,,,,6., Will, Watch, barque,; 251 tons, _ ,Capt. .Hani .,'bleton,,'fof;LQnd6n...

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Deserted Wives' and Children's Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

Deserted -fives', and; Children's ? -«??,. ??'? A'.- '. !'ii.-:.rA*?*v;r-v:.:^.;ri-::,'i.V.:-ivcf rMPORTANT-DKCisiON1.-— In a'case Grackriell u;.^ Wrighti' before? the Police -Court, on Thursday, a very importontpbinfr under this A'ct was argbed and decided. ' The' defend ant .-..in this 'caaei'appe;! red 'upon k warrant, charging him: with disobeying the order 'of twoN.Justicea;. :fdr,. the:- maintenance, of li is wifer:; Mr.'Brerian appeared for the prose cution; : and '.. Mr. Nichols for the defence. Mr; N.1 submitted that the^deferidant should be i«tdnce;dischHr'ged; as the warrant? had been:granted.under.;ther9ih section^ of the Act.of ;Council:4 Vic:No. '5, which ena'cted : t^-M That it shall be lawful for the Justices by whom.ianyiorder shall I have' been made under: this. Act,v?touchirigithe support -of any wife; or child/ or for ariyJother two Justice?, from time to time; in a* Summary -way i' (with oriiwithout any: application1; made for *that purpose), UtO' make such orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

»ied, At Bathurst, on Sunday, the 9th ihst. , aged seven weeks, Valentine Edward, son of Hamilton Farish Stephen, Esq. At his residence, Charlton, Campbell's River, on Wednesday, the 12th instant, after a short but severe illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Thomas Arkell, Esq., aged 75 years; an old and respected Colonist, having emigrated to this Colony January, 1804. DANCING. IMJ.R. H. ROBERTS avails himself of . this opportunity to express his thanks to the Gentry of Bathurst and its Vicinity, for their liberal Patronage during the past Two Years ; at the same time, begs to remind them of the ap proaching Season, when he shall be happy to re sume his professional attendance. , Bathurst, April 1,4, 1848. '. , Wants a Situation. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN '^™- , is now ready to engage with a Family as HOUSE-MAID. Good testimonials as to cha racter can be produced, Apply at the oflice of this pupci. 'EjiLOWER AND KEELE beg to call ?'? attention to a; very Superior Parcel of BLAC...

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Police Office. Summons List. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

?;;iB-rt-«\/fflftiE«.i3l:!'.; ' Summons '.liilst.;' ,'„..' : .'WBST.t/; Martin.— -This was a.,case..pf assault,; arising from the; following circuro-r stances, as detailed by Messrs. JpsephjWest, Junr., M. S. Finley, and James-Wallcer,;,: ; The complainant was at th,e last ';B.a.thur&iF races on the 23rd ultimo, and. had withchim in a gigiMrs. Roberts:and child,; where, he. saw defendant, who was. one of the-troppers that day on duty there. He, complainant, was crossing 'the course in \ his. .gig, ;? when defendant told him he could not pass; hei -howeyer, p.assed:on;; and. when about thirty yards, from the course, beard defendant rid ing after bim.shouting — ?'.'? shall Lbring. him bnck ?' and was answered by the. crowd— ' .No* , uo.' The , ihorseS; were at- this time drawing: near.jthe. starting p.ost,. but did,not stsirt until some.fifteen; nunutes after. ',When about -fifty yards. off. the course, :.defendant gallopped upland made an. attempt to ca'ch the reins of compla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

AJ^Y. proposition for. the circulation and sale of ,, this-Paper will be-thankfully '.received irememr bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be - ' paid in * advance ; and also, ' that , all letters ' must be post-paid, or tJiey wUlndt be received'. ? ..k'- :;::; y;i/;jfi ??'?:!?-? '.:::'. ,,r ...-n^-i . BATHtJRST PRINTING^ OFFICE. ; JfOB' PRINTING;: including 'Pamph)e^, '^ ' ; Catalogues, C1rc||larsi Cards, Law Forms, Bill-Heads,^ 'fcb.'; ::&c.V executed in a'1 'heat 'and ?expeditious manner.' i ' ' '-'' ''?'???i /';: -?:-;. v- :;; : iflPHE following and' a,, variety- of .other! 4 , articles of Stationery are always, on hand at! the Office of this Paper, viz. :;— , Paper!:— Post, Foolscap, Demy arid Double Crown letter arid Note Paper: ' -: Erown and White Wrapping Paper * ? Coloured Demy and Double Crown ; ? Tinted Letter Paper. Siiporfine Thin Blue Wove Post Black Bordered Letter and Note Paper Tissue Paper, coloured ?'? Drawing and Music Paper. . ; Account, Books....

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THINGS AS THEY WERE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

THINGS AS THEY WERE. The following is an original copy of a letter written many years ago by a resident of Sydney to their friends in England, whose names arc mentioned. As it will shew what advances have been made in this country since that time, and with what dif ficulties and slender means the first settlers or founders of the colony had to contend with, it may serve to encourage some in their undertakings, and amuse others. ' Fort Jackson, in the county of Cumber land, New South Wales. 'July 10, 1786. *' Dearest and much respected friends, — 'I am happy I have another opportunity put into my hands of writing a few lines — believing from our past friendship that you will be glad to hear from us, as I assure you I long to hear from you both ; but I must wait awhile. There is a talk here that a ship is expected, before this fleet will reach England, and that keeps up my spirits, for I hope to have large packets of letters by it. I hope you received my letter from the Cape of Good H...

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BUSH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

BUSH SOCXETV. Those who1 read their'(: Bibles 'may perhaps know something of the: wii(j.erne8B,ipf;8in, whereabout the Israelites performed a pil errimafire of forty years', the sinners; in those arid regions. Whether ' the1 wilderrie'ss' of Australia may be compared in some respects to the. wilderness of . ein,; let divines' decide. But one point can be soon settled/ namely, that ' the Australian is a dreary,! barren desert, as far as regards intellectual society. A traveller may meet at wide distances and distant periods with a man. of general know ledge, whose conversation is a feast after a continued mental famine. So an oasis op casionally is found in the desert, fertile, delightful, refreshing after. the wanderer had passed over many miles of. sterile sands. .If Mrs. Meredith complained of the perpetual talk about wool, wool, among. the cits of Sydney, what would she have ; said ;if, jour neying through the isolated ' stations of the wide, lone bush.. Breeds of sheep, of horse...

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MARIA MILDRED; OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. ( Continued from number LX.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

^ARl^i^RE^T'oZ^'R^J^RO^B^7 BY A RESIDENT OF THE JBUSH. A'i il, ^CQontinued,; from- ^Number, ;. JX J ?., ^ About the time expected, Maria arrived at the seminary, for the resumption of her studies ; but much time had not elapsed ere a servant arrived with information of Mrs. Mildredfs; relapse; 'and directions for Maria's immediate return hdmeV a3 her mother' was not expected^, to survive map y. days; : ' i . ', ,,...-X;t -occurred as, it, had^ been Reared ;,Mrs. Mildred .died in about a week,, and Maria's studies at the seminary closed. ' IrTa' letter to Miss' M'H'at'tbn , Maria con - veyed this news, iand.expr.essed :her^ fears that, now her ' dear mararaa',.was,np more, her uncle would make, her very unhappy Jias his temper was so .violent, and as there was no certainty how her fat her'si property w.as to be disposed of ; neither as to whether she had been providedfor by will'; she had some distant thoughts, uritij' the true. state of things were.kripwri, after her| mother's inter...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1848. MR. A'BECKETT'S NOTES ON NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

?pi MTHURST :; AMOUATE. . .SATURDAY, \APEIL ; 15, '1848. ;..; notes'; oh.; 'i*EWSPAt»mis, :. H i SvH qnor; the Resident Judge has furnish ? ed his;notes; pn the trial of Goode, for libel, (to .therJRpFtPhillipi Herald, for publication. ?His.Hooorls views are, correotlv, and foiciblv ;express,ed,;and display rather a leaning .than /anKant^pjathy^towarda the,, vocation of a .journalist. - So;he ought, iforifrom his;own experience in the humbler walks jof. litera ture,— ^ofwhich, we trust, he is not too proud to be.ashamedH-hej-must have found how difficult, it is to reach, in practice, the ideal of, aperfect journal, v In hisiyouthful days, William- a'Beckett was ? a literary drudge, ;. honorably ^ working, for his: bread,,, at the same s time striving for his, advancement in his .profession. . His largest, undertaking as an editor, was. we; believe, [the compilation .of a .Biographical Dictionary, ;iin- two thick : octavo volumes. Soon .after ' his arrival in Sydney,tl837, and while ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

, chapter ;ii. ;. -('WhV;is the happy man— the man possest ' '? ? - ;Of'airhis'.soul would grasp P'— Anon.'/ ; During the travels of young Elverton, he was -;duly.- informed ;; by , letter , from Miss MfHatton'of the circumstances of. Maria. Qne:of the communications nearly. produced the, effect of j transplanting , Henry, into Ire land; , It .related that,, besides the persecu tion,;of (Maria's uncle's 'common, beha vour,'' there, were 'other circumstances,' which, it, was expected, , woujd eventually lead her to . seek the protection of, her late governess. ; These t'other circumstances,' Henry' thought, might perhaps be aninten .tiqnon the part ,pf Dowd to induce. her to marry— -he could not bear the thought, and at once t'lnde up, his . mind to proceed to Dublin.- .He sent to the post office for any, letters that mi^ht have arrived. There was one from his father, who reminded him that two years must embrace, the full '.time from his leaving home till hi* return to .Rivulet Hall....

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FRIDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

. VFaibAYi Apml- 7. Before the Police Magistrate ? and W. A. .Steele.;EBqw;J,P.;{ -;,: ?? .;:{ T,; ,: :; ?' : - X ; ; Andrew. M'Aimy .alias. Thomas Lawler, was brought before the bench pri the charge ,pf being illegally' at large frpmthe district of Wellington' arid was ordered to.be.fpr-. warded; to j. .Sydney.;. S ummons List. — Whitton1 v. &'. M ac- .ANUL,TV.r-rTbis,t.,was; a, case . of breach -of agreement ;.. the, defendant ..was found guilty, and sentenced' to one ; month in gaol. -'?'?'' '' ''': '''??''Tuesday,'' April: H. :':'-' ?'' ; '?;, ? ?'.''?' * .Before the Police Magistrai-e. ; Mary CrariBeld was charged with druhk ehness,'' arid1 as this, was the fourth offence shje/'wa^ ?sentenced'tp six weeks hard labor Jri Bathursi,gaol. .'* ' ''' '.:?'?-'???' *' ^Before the;Police Magistrate, H. Hea tbdrni G. ;Rankin,and, J. W-. Lowe, EsqVs; , 'William Bucklev, for ^beinff^drunk; was ?sentenced. to pay,;a fine? of . lOsi, or be sent to the cells for 24 hours. ? !v x,j ^?,...

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HARTLEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

t. SZARTZiBY RACES. Thb Racks terminated, pa Thursday last. The weather was very, unpropitious, as it rained incessantly the night previous to the first, day's racing, and was sHowery for the two following days ; the running ground, in consequence, was deep and heavy. ..The course has only recently been laid out, and with a little alteration will,: in the opinion of ' sporting mien,' be equal to any in the, colony. The last was a splendid day, and in every direction were .to: be seen happy faces* determined to forget ; the cares and troubles of this world for the time, and to allow nothing to mar their enjoyment— in fact, '?? Momiis ruled the. day !' A. goodly sprinkling of the fair sex. displaying then figures on horseback, graced the meeting ; and we detected certain fashionable sparks of our own and the neighbouring districts, gazing fondly on the brilliant eyes and lovely forms who1 occupied the carriages ; and. as the situation is most picturesque, the Jout ensemble afforded: t...

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THIRD DAY-THURSDAY. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

THIRD DAY— THURSDAY. FIRST. RACE. The Welter Stakes of £25 added to a sweep stakes of £5 each.' Entrance. £2 10s. ; for all horses carrying 11 st. 71bs. ; three times round tile course'; three entrances or no. race. Mr. Grant's b.g.j Lottery, aged.. ...... 1 | | Mr. Fig's r.g., Regdum Tunnidas, 4ys.. drawn. Mr. Caulfield's b.g. Smasher, 4ys old;.; drawn. Tunnidas and Smasher having been drawn, all that Lottery had to do was to walk three times round the course. It was thought that Plover would contend for this race, but it was thought by the ' knowing ones' if he did, he had no chance against old Lottery. SECOND RACE. ' The Squatter's Purse of a(52O ; for all horses ; * weight for, age; heats, twice round. Entrance, £3 ; three entrances or no race. For this race three horses were entered. Mr. Collet's Devil-to-pay, aged ? 2 dr. , Mr. Grant's Lottery, aged ? 1 1 | Mr. Downe's Spring-Gun, late Bolivar. .3 2 | It was evident, from the start, that Lot tery had this race all his own way....

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SECOND DAY-WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

SECOND DAY— WEDNESDAY; APKIL 5. FIUST RACE. The. Publicans' Purse of £30; for all horses ; weight for age ; heats, twice round1 the course; Entrance, £3 /'three ; entrances ? ??'or ho 'race.' ?????;''/' ?? -v;' ;' ''- ?'? ? For this race three horses were entered. Mr. Dowries' b.h., Plover; rider, Healy; 1 1 | Mr. James' Collet's b.g: , Devil-to-pay :. 2 dr. Mr. Downes' LafA ................... drawn. ? ' The Deyil,leadingv ' went to work!'. from, the start, but it was evident the little bay entire tiger was hard held until he came to the distance, when Healy 'let out,' and gave his Satannic Majesty the ' go bye/ by about two lengths a- head. SECOND RACE. The Hack Hurdle Race of £10 ; heats, once round the course ; three leaps, each leap three feet six inches. Post entrance, £1 ; three entrances or no race. For this race three horses were entered. Mr. Grant's Barney O Keefi ...... ? 2 | . 2. | Mr. Morris' Bodkin .' ..... . . .......... dist. Mr. Davidson's Sir Peter ............. 1|...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 April 1848

TERMS OF SUBSCRiPTIONi ; '; ??V'1'- Are Six Shillings per Quarter, riayklile jn&dvance. Single numbers, Sixpence;'''-; .'.?.x-.i/t.V -i-::: The Quarters end on the last Saturdays1 in. March, ?? June, September, and December;, : and, on.wh^ch,, dates only can resignations be : ree'eiyed, ii^il which must be accbmpkm'edty -payment of all money's due. ' ?-.' ?-*'*-.'*!' '.:JS\ ?'?T--'- ?''?' ? ??'?'?? ''!?'''?' '? TERMS FOR A'bvKKTISEMKNTsV For the first inch of space, one insertion, Three Shillings. ?? . -?; ?:; ;: ???;'; '-i-,';.-;:-; ~\.-\ ;\\ -}???.:-.-? For each additional inch; One -Shilling, ;:,? \y*y;.- -? For futureinscrtionsyvHalf^price; ; st: ; ?'? ' ' : The number of ' times:''tb be' 'pubiisheU'rnust '' be written: on thei.face [65. thc5:rnahiiscrlpt; ;.o'r; .' the advertisements. jw'UI 6ej contiriueclv.; till cpunterHi; nianded, TheampunXm^t.be^paidpreYJpus^.^^t^ insertion of an iadvertisernent,8 wliicK.mus^t jbie sent/. before two : o'clock dn'^lfriday' ?affernodn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 April 1848

???????'?'::':- .--?' 3ATHURST' r- ;.ii«)^ j SVIONTKIiY AUCTION S£»E,3.; .-,- . . IVZessrs. : Tress/aind'^L|!t(B.^j/'!5 j , .. .^^...^Will-SelltotheHighesi^Jiiddepy'^''^- i On FRIDAY, April 23,.at Twelve o'Clopfc.,pn.the Ground, opposite Arthur's Inn, ,.v ^ j A '. FLOCK pf ciou'ndi :Weaithy. v Jlixed i .,, SHEEP, comprising— FiveHundred Ewes;/ from maidpn1 up to aged. A few only are brokenf mouthed. .. ► - ,::..' j ' 'Ni-'B. The above Ewes are now being sor.ved by Rams, bred by John Maxwell, Esq., and. will be open for. Sale, by Private Contract until the 24th instant, after which date, they will be reserved for Sale as above; to make room, without reference to, their intrinsic value. '?.-' ???? : . ; ??:? Also,, . ' ' /_ ' '- ' ?Three Hundred aged EWES, in excellent cpndi-. ttion, clean and sound. . ,',',' ' ; '' After which,' ' ?. : About Twenty-two Half-brod -L E I C E S T E R RAMS, Eighteeri.!Months X)l.l^' Clejtn; . j:-; ??: ; Eight WORKING -.BULLpGKS, (an, Excelk'nt' Ploutrh T...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, April 20, 1948. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 April 1848

^(©njitriar ? Qai'viifianltltiict J- ? J- -' To. the. .-Editor-o/i The iBA.T.Hoast;tADsy pc^jrB^ . X^.-iu-^,. v .-;.,!,. f,:-EathurstMpr,il-20,)1843vi - SirV-^Bv the- report of' the proceeding^ '^of the' Legislative 'GburicH^-'J.'^perceivei^that LordGrey'a proposition bP'Exileisrrt-is' very generally accepted;'1 'Ahdit istwith5 ho 'inVHll pleasure that I read the strong eXpfession of feeling respecting the wives and fah»ilie» of the exiles. There can be no question — and there ought to be no question, concern ing the parties- coming out at 'the--same time.1 The separation that wilPiiecessarily take place bet ween the prisoner an'd his family, before he is in a condition to be exiled, will always belong enough, and'in many, instances, it is to be feared, too long^ The whole colony is deeply interested in this part of the measure, and every voice ought to be raised in ordei that the'wives and families may arrive at the same time. : Nor is it lei^s important that a7 prpprr proportion o...

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War In China. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 April 1848

War in China. By the Gazelle which arrived at Hobart Town with thirty prisoners from China, on the 8th instant, intelligence was received that an outbreak at Hongkong whs gene rally expected and to such an extend that vessels were being chartered to proceed to India for troops. So far as we can asser tain, the following extracts' of letters from Hobart Town merchants to their Sydney: constituents contain the news which has arrived : — Extract of a letter from Kerr, Bogle, and Co., of Hobart Town, to Messrs. Smith and Campbell, of Sydney, dated April 10th :?— ?-:,:. ' Enclosedjare two. letters for.you,.fromjCalcutta, whiclv wil(, rrip doubt.adyise ypus of, .the great im provement in rnpnetary .mattersVatihome. ;: At the end of December, tlie bullion in- the Bankof Eng-i land had' increased j6r,2Q0,000; sterling.'.and ori the' 23rd of that morith thetBanksof ;Englaild had announced that they would discpunt first-rate paper at five per -;,(iit. , .The. captain ; Sp'd ^.passengers of il...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 April 1848

*-.- -. ?-Ssazi.cwjaiSed At BATHUKSTj-ion ihfrGii, of Apiil . ?— Brindl^ spotted and whites-fcull,ock;,7JRi over *^ o.'l' thigjh, blotched brand/:?Oift Yixm\-h,:joH' «-ar torn, ageil, damages 6fl. lied an.drjttltite poley bullock, WN. near ribs, SN ncnK riiTmp,, Tour years old, damages' 6d. , Yellow and white 'Vullbck, PM off rump and tnighy hear -riom -broke,, fiv^^yi'tiV'S-oliijyamage^ J's. Yellow and white 'bullbek, apparently IP ou' ribs/ four years oldr'riaTnagTs-*rsr Brown and white bullock, like RE q!i-(r-iljs,.-tnp:o&'.Loth..car3'l three yeiirs old, damages. '.6'd-, Hr^y.n ? and !.white.cow,' ?KE off 'rump ;'arid /ribs) ^Csii(|ewayX6pr's.lipulder, 'pfece/'dut'' bt'.',fiear .-''ca'f,\ malV-CJiin^'darriages Is. Yello'^laha- white:; poley ciiW, like . iK'^Oydr.'.TF ofl Irutnpj'red and white ? male 'calf,' JM? off- rump and ;rlb1^1itioffi^itda'mapsn'si i'Red'.arfd=white'ic6w^ apptirentiy,'. AW?;neatr ^rump, JH off . r.ump , ,1)0, $% m$t ^Ps9f ^Wi^^.JAmages ed.^/jRed. and...

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