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high water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

ftfgft S53atrv at Eamicceitoii. n. n. n. m. Sunlny .... 12 IS i Wedi.r.dajr .. S 80 Monday..,.! 00 : Tiiurtd«y..,, B 15 Tue«Jay....i 45 ? Friiay ? * 00 Saturday ? 4 4$ J.R. Bitiiuh, Huvbour Matter.

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

We take the following from the AdvEktiicb t— ExmtcT or a utrrEB frox Los-potr, dated Sett. 8, 18S3 ? 'In th- wool market little has been Aping the pott fortnight, in consequence of the an nouncement of the public tale of 8000 bales of colonial wools for the 7th inst. In oils there hti been a brisk request at an advance of prices. Southern whal; by private contract hat exchanged hand' at from iS9 10s. to £40; and at public auction. SO (unsvjf.biit fair quality sold readily at from 188 to £89 10s. Sperm oil it scarce, and . held firmly at Cell. Coffee, cocoa, and every kind «I.)-ro*itics* bate advanced.

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

? fa |itnfffyff*^MffffffnF*i^n '* IochI interest* jpmb TjilttatowSK iitoiAe*i8a the subject of j&pSSS'.i , ?#tTfo.WsWiii|^'T«eir_at thcJunlipfc Colonel Arthur't Government. , . , ?? ?, colonial jbStjce. ' *' . A p»p,r jrom Hqlxxt Town, J»n 'Ditmett'i JE*nd, drrte Ird JJ.y, whkh aifi«-I T%r«JW. furntshw an account of a cast/ apparently OTkfflat' . hardship and injustice, one which teems to wl fot an immediate and strict investigation into the con duct of several members' of the Executive,' the Judge, and legal advisers of tie Gorernor of itfctfr Colony, especially. The facts are these : — AJSJr, Lewis, baring received' provocation, tent achaU, lenge to Mr. Lyttletoq, the Police Magistrate! Six months afterwardsj^uc. Attorney Gencral.tnsti-! tuted proceedings agalrtsV Mr. Lewis for ilii« 43.' The trial commenced, ind Mr. Lyttleton snore 'M bad given no provocation. ' Affidavits and witpj»sesj however, on the part or Mr. Lewis declared, thatl be had given provocation, and Mr. L...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

Unimccdtou 3£Utnil JJticf Current. £ «. d. a .. i. Ale.pefhha. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen O 12 6 Bark per ton S 0 0 Brown stout do. O 13 6 Peer per hhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per lb bag 0 1 0 tirea3(41b. loaf )0 0 8 Cheese per 1b. O1O niicuitpercwt. 1 10 0 Han» per do. 0 10 Batter per Ib. 0 8 6 Salt per tan 4 0 0 Bait ditto, 0 2 0 Snapper ditto 45 0 0 Ilanupertb. 0 2 0 I. Fiance sugar 85 0 0 B«on per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per Ib. 0 0 0 Beefpsrlb. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. lag 0 0 4 Mutton p:r do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 0 Pork pel Ib. 0 0 6 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 7 Veil pe- ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 C.io;oluteperlbO 6 0 Brandy duty paid 0 IS 4 CliceM per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 CuiJIesfmsuldt 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dipt) 0 10 Ditto in bond O 4 0 Bjgi per dozen 0 3 0 Tea per chest 6 0 Q Him per uusiiei t- i u Ditto pur in. u a g Oatmeal pet Ib. 0 0 6 Tobi^codo. bond 0 1 Hayuertm 6 0 0 l)n. do. duty paid 0 S 0 Hides eiA(avg 0 7 OjCigars per box 4 i q Hojk per 111. 0 3 0 Put per d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

FOR SALE, ei Atwjck aud Don sr Hohoh«h Barrels pork Wool-bagging Dauric flour Grey and white peas Furl and pot barley Oats and oatmeal Starch Vinegar In hMi. and htlf bads. Cherry brandy / .* - ;- Spruce beer ?? ... v~-u ???:, ?. ??? ' I t S.- fc-queun, «ry^.!ipe^,ty/f«^.?T --«-*» i each '5 ''''?*? ' ' '' i k-- Hats .?;???.'... . .,.f,uq.:,:r-V-c. r' i.-.- White lead. (^W',W«^i-B'*iQfte{;Wlf«^! Whate,llne«; anS^Ab^i-pj^.^ sit tii. | ( ! «n Conlagt from 1 J.t* ffilioS auxin'. A -L I- Spunyare and »atJinWM$ta$r^Jtkjnf« $ ^ Gentlemen's We4ni^afapMel^(» oi] fjie i ~* »-'* Slops and canti'pnl^1 c.',,1.tuJcu['i!« V»» \ -i M»™eUain«uittCTiaSBJ__|__' ? j ?»- Pitts in bottle ? ~~ j JS Soap, in SSlb. and S61b. bom I j ??-? wooWSfiiiiisb^T . „, ferews. hi feet long.. «te«V(!*h-iaWal boles; «jid ; WatdKoat Piesset, fuli.i(3qrotil*nW«/WfliH'w|th atnweironrtrapi, witli*iiigwJifaS,IWiilJfeW; ! , '... .. .rcTfoiwdrOHWlBlfpiia*! -! Cameron-street, Bhee.«*i'*88&r'''' '.;?'? '? : 'cu0; prime s...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

To be Sold by. Pv^Uc Awtion, BY ltt'« tfNDEftWOOll, AtMr HoW'« Yarns, Campbell Town, on Thurs- . its'. uB TJai.iu.ry. 18S7, in.medi.tely after tlie . Sale al/eady advertised, 1 en' SUPERIOR EWES, 10V 100 aged ditto 800 fat wether Unite '160 ditto ewe ditto i-I pairuf working bullocks feimi . ^11 be made known in neit adverti«tBitnt. ? TJ JJ^w ZEALAND PINE. Tobe sold by Tublic Auction, BV VOL. J. A. EDDIB, ' fefgtah Sootf. Wharf, on THURSDAY. »he I ^12* January, at one o'clock precisely, inlottof from one to five thousand feet, L CARGO of «ry superior NEW ZEALAND jW{jpiSE ex John Donmohbe, containing up mMiW 40.000 feet. -rHin_8 and 6 months credit. ? '^ADVANTAGEOUS OPPORTUNITY XW VESTING CAPITA!*, with a certainty «f Hi dwbtivg tW/ «? a (.'ii»( time. ♦ion on the Ground, on WEDNESDAY, thellth SuV^^^e 'US S.-SSC IlLOTMENT* the'pioF..) of the late Mr. C Hamilton, and »niat« in the most improving pa. t 'Jhe Town ol Perth, end only 11 mile, from I%F%Ki;i7AlUotmeBt». w-tb extensive Cconty...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

SALES BY AUCTION. ISXTEiNsfVE SALE or Wr»»t», Spirilt, Fiirnititrr, 4c., 4Vc., 4c, BtLOKGINO TO THE . ~ ESTATE OF HENRY DAVIS. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, At hfs Rooms, (removed for the convenience of sale), on MONDAY, the 9lh of January, and following day, to comuence Hikhsklt it 11 o'clock, and i-i'lmut the least restive, for tlie beneCt of the cisdi.ois of Henry Davis, Tavern *|-BK whole of the raluable STOCKIN 1 TRADE, consisting of— Pou Sherry Madeira ' Claret Champagne, and other Wines, Id bottle Rum Brandy Gin and Whiskey Porter, Ale, &c, 4c, Ac. Hso, alt. ma Household Furniture. consisting or Chain, Tallies, Sofus, Bedsteads, Feather Dtl%, Maltrassrs, Chests of Drawers, Wash-hand-stands, Bed-steps. 4c, &c, 4c. And a great variety of Kitchen Utensils. Terms uili be made known in next advertisement. To lie Sold l-y PuMic Anrtion, BV MR. UNDDBWOOD. AT his Rooms, on TUESDAY next, the 10th instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, for the benefit of t...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

fHE CORNWALL CHRONJCLIi; IiAUWOBSTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. JAN. 7, 1SS7 «? Llbertv wlih d«ng«r Is to *-e prrremd lo slavery «.*««r*».» ' ailu(w#. Another yeat it elapsed, aid another year it com men«d! The part, w« uslured in with the sorrow of Colonists, the present, win their joyful expecta ?ions. At the comnieucenunt of the past year we were wretched, under the Bithority of Colonel Ar thur j at tie commencement of the present, we are happy and contented, under the temporary cootiol of Colonel Snodgrafs, and ae eager to welcome the arrival of Sir John Franklin who, to deserve the resprct and affection of the p-ople he u appointee io govern, must pursue the opxisite mode of adminis tration adopted by his prede«ssor. The first act of atnicit- perpetrated under the sanction of Colonel Avthu', in the year 1886, or perhaps, we should say, .the first act of atrocity anting out of hit detestabe system, was the attempt on the part of -two felons, employed at minister! of justice, to sacri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

li.^. ^^eeeBibtt «0, 1816 ), ' .,,.- iJV.'X -'? ? convict SKavTcES. . ? ? i^TOTICE is herebrjWen.Diat Tender, will be J-^ ^wetvcU suine -Jonw»*riat pffioe, addrt»ed 'Tenders tor Ordnance Stores^1 /intil ISoJcloclj. fcnjKfiej9ay, the Slst Jaouary, 1817, safopJes to be Ieftasusualat the .Ordnance Stout:— i ' ''? Caps, womro'ii, S00 j «a\ko, gopd quilityi'ti' ptace«31c6flonJewiiig,2SJJ». ; trlwels, spurning^ 24 ; ?tools, carding, 24 ; cloth, blue, 93 yardr*1 !t*W*W*Iaclf ^Smit i buttons, mrtal.ld' gross, Kerseymer*kCjrfirdcj4iandkerchie/s,siIk, bltr.' JIOjObeafcl-Mdirsosles. to weigh from 2 to SO lbs.; ftj; oil, »viall,tton,.-asks included j sperm, .dltW!1 ,1 idRA^kepA Jsaick, Gcoils, ,2 J iuch, S do., 9 inch,' Jjdo.i*4ltoli,1:£0q,»4.incb,.6 do., Sincln 6 do.,1 J?jt)irp#l),i*.doi)f Itar, coal, S casks ; oars, steer, 10, f*h eftlirjlctt.'iOJ ; shot, impound, SO | guard tor1; 3Cfr))lii5'i/(fWj?t- ' M ^'E'4!*! Marryatt's codes of, 1 '; ; vipjjj miid, ior gu|s, 1 ; canvau, No. 8, C dolts,'...

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SUPREME COURT, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

SUPREME COURT, JANUARY 8. Before the Chief Justice and a Military Jury James Sweeting, charged with burglary in the   house of E. Archer, Esq., Panshanger, pleaded Guilty, Seven years transportation. William Taylor, charged with using a forged   note with the intent to defraud Goodman Hart; Guilty. Transportation for life.   Thomas Chapman, for a burglary in the house of John Furlong; Not Guilty. Thomas Silcot and William Knight, stealing   money and wearing apparel, the property of David Hayes, Long Meadows; Guilty. Seven years transportation. Richard Kew, obtaining money under false pre tences from Salvator Diacono; Not Guilty; but   remanded.   We have heard of a most diabolical plot con certed by the convicts on board the Captain Cook,   during the passage from England, which deserve   a place in the records of Botany Bay. It appears that a regularly organized body or the conv...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

To the Editor. Sir, — By the last number of your Journal, it seems, that some person ambitious of appearing as a Newspaper.controversionalist, to shew off his   abilities, (has thought proper to choose the wrong side of the argument respecting the road over the Windmill Hill,) and has entered the lists under the appellation of 'Z.' In stating that he supposes your Correspondent has an allotment on the Windmill Hill, he has com mitted a slight mistake, for he has three allotments in that quarter of the town, and if he had one there he must have sold it. It is not necessary to employ Engineers to re-open an old road, which was ille- gally shut up, when a common constable could re- move the obstruction, which a certain Gentleman has heaped across it, who lays claim to the strip of   wasteland on the Hill, which, like a line of cir-   cumvallation round a besieged town, cuts off all   communication with the country on the southern side...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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This [?] mail [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

This Evening's Mail Brings us a supplement to the Gazette, which contains a Proclamation given under the Hand and Seal-at-Arms of Sir John Franklin— by which document it appears, that His Majesty's Com- mission, bearing date at St. James's the 18th April last, has appointed Sir John Franklin, Knight, Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in His Majesty's Royal Navy, to be Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land, and   its Dependencies— and that, at a meeting of the Executive Council, held at Government House, Hobart Town, on the 6th day of January instant, His Excellency took the several oaths required, &c., &c. Captain Alexander Mucojiochie, R. N., K. H. llGveettcd Piivate Secretary to his Excellency, and the Hon. Henry Elliott, bis Excellency'* Aide dcXamp, ' His Excellency will hold a Levee at Government House, at 18 o'clock on Wednesday, the lltli inst,, MH.I r^iii* FMtiblin. nr II...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

SHIP NEWS.   Jan 2.—Arrived the schooner Enterprize, Cap   tain Hunter, from Port Phillip, with 9 bales wool. Jan. 4.—Arrived the brig nnnBi, Captain Hurrt,' fnui Landou, with it general cargo. Agents, Wil lis-nit and Co. Jan. 4— Arrived the barque ISABELLA, Captain Hart, from London. with merchandise. Passengers, —Sir John W. Jeffcott, Knt., Mr. B Hack, Mrs. Hack and 6 children. Mr. Stephen Hack, Hr.   Henry Jones. Mr. J. Williamson, Mr. W.- Maister. Mis Dixon and servant, Miss Carter, Mrs. Hunter and child. Mr. and Mrs. Plunder and child. Agents, Hewitt, Gore, & Co. Dec SI —Sailed the schooner Jouw Ddnscohbe, Captain U'Lsan. for P-.it Phillip. Dec. SI— Sailed the schooner Indoitrv, Captain Xancey. for Port Phillip, £00 sheep. Jaw. S-Sailed the schooner Salit Ajto, Cap Uin Dempster, for Portland Hay, 800 sheep. January 6— Suited the brig Wiliiak, Thorn, Blaster, for Sydney ? Passenger, Mia M. A, Wey. DiOUtb. HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. Janu...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

Co ify gftttor. I Sib— Tour correspondent Observer, who ii so | able an advocate fora road orer the Windmill Hill, | over the Town, ha*, in my humble opinion, made but a poor attempt to refute mjr arguments of. the Imrious vcek, in favor of tfofrcwnt euteaoeeJai the Sand fffli. - '; .., i He tell* vi I made a mistake in supposing be lad an allotment upan the Windmill Hill, for. he has three allotment! there.. I congratulate him upon hit possessions, and am rejoiced to hear is to ex tensive a landholder. ' He boldly states, if I had an allotment them I mutt hare cold it : let him ex plain thit part of hit letter — pray, how does he know whether 1 had or had not land in that neigh bourhood, and if I had, whether I have or have riot raid it? Observer states the proposed road would be of incalculable benefit to the Public, to take air and exercise upon ; for who, says he, would take air on a swamp ? This, then, appears, by bis own account, tb be the onlv benefit to be derived from fliis...

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High MAter at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

fcigtf EHater at Hmmcsiom. . a, '.'*.. . . «.?.' *uhnaT....S SO I Wednesday .. 7 45 Monday.,.. G JLS Thursday.... 8 15 J-uesday.... 7 00 | Friday ? 9 00 Saturday ..,.,.». 0 4£ j. R. Baitcman, Harbour Matter.

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

Ityadri of t|)t jHoon first qaartet— 14th Jan. — 1 mt. past I morning ~~l. ' 4S \ Day Day lengUiftoaf Equation *?»? a! teJ. *& 'eht of incfem of '^ '' beg«m|ends day I ses. time. » j* Bi-|7S7|8 0|9_0|U5«JO 18 y,*

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THE SURVEY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

TUB SURVEY OFFICE. Since our notice of the necessity of a public meet ing, to address the British Government as to the administration of this department by Mr. Frank land, who, utterly unfit for the office bb lie is, be sides, wholly mistakes the nature of his duties, we have received numerous communications, affording us very important information. It is most satisfac Snpu fn tlii* nitlilif. tn Irn/iur fhot «n oil «np». ?«!.«.? Mr. Fraukland han opposed his pleasure to the de cision of the Commissioners, the latter have been in variably confirmed by the Etecutive Council, a re prehension in itself to severe to any man possessing ordinary apprehensions, that it miglit have been sup posed sufficient to have induced him hi have looked a little into hit real ttanding and station ; strange to say, he perseveres iu liix course. In Mr. Mel . ville'scase, for example, he yet refuses to pass the grant through the office in the usual manner, and it i« hoped and believed, that perilling hit o...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

€tmi fttaifat. d slight ndcanoe «nay be ^quoted on the price of whtut since our l*st, and present prospects are fa vourable to a further rise— the ecub is reported to lie most destructive throughout the Colony. Wtieat Us. 6 '. to Gk. tid. ; barley 6s. to 6-. ,6d. ; oat* St. Vine Sour, 18s. ; seconds ditto 15s. per 100 Us. Since our last, produce jn general has eiperi cnivd « partial rise— hue, which at present is in gond demand, hat advanced fit per ton, aveiage trice £1. 10s. ; wiieat, of which raue large pur ?huso have been made this week. « aelling at ~s. pt-r busbel ; old potatoes of which there »re very few in themaiket.are from 6s. to 7s. per cwt. ; eew ditto from 8s to 9s 4d. There bas beta a good supply of fruit and vegetables, prices hide af last week. Tine Hour 141. to 161. per torn Mutton 64 to7d |cr Ib., beef 7d to lOd, Iamb5l 6d to 6s 6d per auartcr, pork 8d to lOd per Ib.— Coumta, Jan.lJ. . . ? Tuc Mahkets — The rejorts from the inteiior ?sejcill so unfavorable as to t...

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Launceston [?] rtail Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

feauiitttton lattail $}r.« Curittrt. £? ,: d. JE s. d. Ate.uerbhd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 6 ? Bark per ton 8 0 0 Brown' stout do. 0 IS 6 Beer per hhd. * 10 0 Coffee per Ib bag 0 1 0 ««ad(4Ib. loafJO 0 8 Cheese per Ib. 0 1 0 Iliscuit per cwt. I 10 0 Hams per do. 0 10 ButUr per Ib. 0 2 6 Suit per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto (S 0 0 Hams per. ib. O 2 0 I. Fiance Migar85 0 0 : »»eoi- per ditto 0 I 8 E. J. do. per Ib. 0 0 0 Beer per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per Hi. bag 0 0 4 Mutton per da 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 0 ? Pork pei Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 7 Vralne. ditto 0 0 8 Ditto In bond 0 4 0 Chocolate per IbO E 0 Brandy dutj paid 0 18 4 Cheese per do. 0 ] 0 Ditto iu bond 0 4 0 CandlctrmouldsO 1 JO Giu duty paid 0 18 0 ItnXO ^aipey V « -w *JIH« aiimviw* v -w v Kgcs per dozen « 2 0 Tea j«r chest 6 0 q BcuiperJtushelO « 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 3 0 Outintslperib. 0 0 £ Tobacco do. bond 4 1 q Hay per ton S 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 q Hidweacli(a»B« 7 O;CjgarsperbM i * „ Mopsperlb. ...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

6AX.CS BY AUCTION. S h e e p. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE. At Mr. Hogg's Yards, Campbell Town, on TUES DAY,. January 17, 18$7, 'FMIE following SHEEP, from the Bocks ef the I Hon. W. Talbot, positively without the least reserve About 600 large-framed EWES, or good ages, and about 600 WF.DDERS. Tekmb— Approved Bills at 8 and 6 rnontnt. NSW ZEALAND PINE. To be Sold by Hnblic Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, On Captain Scott's Wharf, on Monday, 16th in«t., nt 1 o'clock precisely, in lots of from 1 to £,000 feet. A CARGO of very superior NEW ZEALAND PINE, ex John Ddnbcoxibe, containing up wards of 40,000 feet. ? Tbrms— 8 and C months credit. ' FIELD v. DAVISTT' To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MK. UNDERWOOD, At hit Rooms,corner of Charles and Camaon-ctiects, on Thursday next, the 19th instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, . under dibtiaint for rent, unless ibe same be previously arranged, SINE Gig Hoist 'Ont ditto, and llarnra One Dray. ? Tbhbib— Cash. ? lftM»O*.TAMT SALE. Co...

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