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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF EAST WARD. PER FAVOUR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

i - i. -fV , , : ? : Onn coliimnä aro opon to\\\ writers who refrain from tho uso of virulent language or personalities ; but. wo ,are not responsible for ppinions"ex- pressed. ! " -.'?/-.-.-?.?;???'?-:--? JO TIÏE RATEPAYERS OF EAST WARD. PUB FÁTODB OB TUE EXAMINE!!. FEW,ow-KáTÉiuYEit8,-It is now four yoars sinco wo agreed to baud over to a'Munioipdl body tko responsible'duties of road-making, draining, bridgo buildingi'ahd otker public improvements of a similar pkqractor. * Sineo tko establishment of tho Municipality of Grafton, tko takes'collectod and tko Government ondowraont, kayo, amounted in:: Jtko;aggrog&toutp^^ wliát îlas^oon-flone with 'tho money-isftkere one' perch 'of 'goddj^or oven passablo, road, in tko town? is tke'rV ono abridge of ' d 'perma- nent ckaracter \ (if wo : except one to wkick private funds largely contributed), is there ono yard of'properly constructed drain ? .Tkeao questions can meet with. only: a negativo reply; another'naturally fqliows, wlior...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday, March 30th [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

.' [Bïi'E&EOTBia TELEGRAPH,] S.-Y'D'K E; Y i , , .i . [TUEOÜOU OBETILIE AND' DIBD.] . ' ,, Monday, March 30th FIVE prisonora-tnecUt tho Goulburn ^Assizcs hnvo been condomneaVíq death. " 'Groat flood ba tIío 'EiverMar,thaquy^-. ; one Thousand sheep .drowned and two".lives lost. ' 1 \ , . ' . Six hundred pounds collectod in aid of the suíFerers." ""i' "vrr .Intercolonial Champion-Kaco to bo run at "Wagga "Wagga.) .? ,'.'.,«.' Manns hnnged on Thursday, » despite a pct'i tton in favour-'ot' a ¡' ropriovo containing fifteen thousand' signatures. Bow ?reprieved, and sentence commuted-to imprisonment for ufo. '< , ; : Escorts arrived with 74i30 ozs. of gold. . Government dedino:to interfere -with tho operations of tho Scab Âct. .., ?;???? ¡ The'two Italians havd hoon'"convicted of the murder of Daniol - Crotty, mailman, and. scntencodjto death. ¡ \ ? , ' ... , ? -,. , Tho 'Victoria Government ? has engaged Hargraves to prospect ¡for gold. M ^ TiiE'PARLIAMENT.-Tho Pnrliam...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

* MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ; ; -\ ; j i TnunsDAY. . . PRESENT:. The! Mayor, Aldermen J)renell, Payne, Jones,' Cowan, Jordan, and S. Avery. MINUTES. . : Tho minutes of 'the Inst meeting wero read and confirmed, excepting so much ns referred to tho nccopting ot the tender for Pound Btreot bridge, which was ordered to bo struck out; . .? NOTICE OP MOTION. Alderman Payno to move,-"That nil rates collected in oach «..ward, within tho Municipality of Grafton, with- tho endow- ment obtained thereby, bo oxponded in tho I wards in which tho same aro raised, after «ie-1 ducting a per centago towards tho general expenses, for the carrying on of this Coun- j eil." .? > , 1ETTEB. .A letter was road from Mr." Webb,-stating I that if tho balance duo to him for work, in [ Turf-street was snot paidiforthwitb, ¡ho should be compelled to'take legal.means i'o^recover j the same.*' .10 V'.' ',-.-', , ) Proposed by, Alderman S.v(Avery,-r" That | the letter of Mr.. Webb bo received.", . ? , Carried. v . \ j ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ' \t\ DEPASTURES. ' ''! ' ' March- 2G.^Agne8jIrying(8.),-400 ions,. Captain'\Creer,v-for Sydney. .'vPaBsoiiRers Mr. and Mrs. Kiley, Miss Whalan, Messrs. G. Walker, and J. Gregory. . ?? ? ?.--*-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

"Stéám to Sydney. THE C. CO AGNES, IRVING, for SYDNEY, TO-MORttOW (WED- NESDAY) MORNING, at daylight. . . *> THOMAS-'FISHER,^Ageïit'r Direct Communication between - Grafton and Brisbane; THE Co G R A' will leave Grafton thc 4Ui April; > ? .> TILMOUTH street. ITH. Apply to j Blacksmith, Prince WANT M AK mont for two Cheap ¡Eura Grafton. CABINET tant, employ-. J.DAVIES,' Prince-street,;! BRI S! ! WANTED; 150,«T0JBMCKS made 51 1 yards and Wdg^bund. Apply to | Mr. D. MOYES, BuiHler,: Bacon-street. EDUCATION. : MRS; WIBI. SELECT and LITTLE which can, be N.B. - Childi boarded and edi Only a limitcd/iumbcr Mrs. WIBLEN, Bacon-street, late Residence of Dr. Richards, NED A| or GIRLS ms, moderate, | plication. . thc country 1 odcrate terms. | be received. ¥. "VTOTICE.-Monday, 6th April, being ] i-l .'Easter Monday, the^ualMONTH]JY COURT OF IljtóUEHTS wpTbc hold on THURSDAY, ifie /econd fluy of April! next.t Fi;idayJtheiSrd Jornal being Good| Friday, tluvmua/Weekly Court of Petty Sessi...

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TABULAM. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

? ., T ABU Ii A M. " : , v [PllOSr. Oütt OOllIlESPONDENT.] ' TUE WANT OF A- PUNT.-Eeally ii; is high timo ; ^something.; iwna .? dono to onnblo the amys 'to .pass up and down. Where is- Mr. Hoskins our newly appointed superintendent 'of roads is a question frequently asked ? But echo auswers " where ? " .perhaps, however, we may bo ablo to reach him by the aid of 'tho' Press, if- your correspondent's letter should only bo fortunato enough to roach its destinations Tho river at Tabulam still keeps up ¡ horsemen being obliged to swim their horsos at great risk, behind an old ¿patched up boat that haB beon sunk in the "river on; and off for* tho last1 five years. Soventyrteams are now detained-BOIHO for upwards/of ten weeks, being unable to cross the rivér. ' vlt will bo a great loss to tho, carriers and'storekeopers, to say nothing,'of tho inconvenience thai.-. station holdors will" be put telarAvant of BÙpplips for their house- hold ana\soV^an{s. ; The greater; number of the abovcfte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

V IV - V" \ Clarence Investment and/Buüding .\Socie.tjr., / MEETING at tiiii SOTIOOL OF ARTS, on the 'fir/ (SATURDAY in each month, at 6 o'clo/c jf.m. , JAMES P/GE, Secretary. . D "W'A Rv D C/R E E R, t. r, , (COMMERCIALJiOTEL, K : ;*** This hotel is/'cplfclc with every con I venience for travellers. fiSpoi stabling, for horses. . JJ 748 rfALBOT' ' ILEVW HO TEL. ,J- BOARD, AND REMDENCE,- £1. pcr-week. A<: good d/n» :and :glass of ale for ls. 6d. r G^idfiJab'lo kept; "' . J ? R C/R.' LEIGHTON. ? .? :fj .:,.".,.: .'...'.....fi '.. ...... SALES BY AUCTION. PRELIMINARY1 NOTICE. ' : '. . ' - ?.? .:? h Importation of Pure Negretti Sheep from Hamburgh.^ TV/JESSRS W. DEAN and CO^yànc^ 1 - have pleasure " îh"T^ïmorming*r*the ? flockmastcrs of this.and tho7neighbouring colonies that they have been instructed , by Messrs, Haege and Prell .to OFFER FOE" SALE by public competition, on n ; future day, which will be duly,aanounced, a ship-' ment,.per Macassar, expcpted\ to arrive m Marc...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

" GRAFTON. PfírLICE" COTJET. BEFORE Captain Hill, P; ,M., Messrs "W. E. Bayldon, and A. Lárdnor,J.P's, .: FIATIIYV. TAYLOM. :!} , V .. Thiswas a claim ofjßldi lis. 8d;far wagos. The complainant stated ho was; engaged for six months and remained .' nearly:' five;.' when ¡the dofondant ordered him away¡and-TO fusod-to sottlo with hiin. .Tho défonce set up 'by tho defendant .'was ' that the complainant was incompetent io dó.th'd work for whiclr.he hirorl,: viü.-rtplöughing. 'The Bonchldirootod tho payment, nf\tho amouirUsued fon ...?? - . íAusT^ív.v.'^autíbi'onn./v .?? j ;: ; "This was a claim of'£3;lílíjjW,iÍ9rswag03v it appears - that cô'niplaïSaiït'Âvas "engaged at' .tho rate of £20.a year .j he was to stay . for. six months. Iti: the'middle.-, of. tho second :quarter:hdleft,>'forf, which > 'her now claimod ipayment. Tho "Bench-directed that ho re- turn and fulfil ther remainder of the quarter's ; ongagomont, or.forfeit the amount of wages then duo. , . . _ . ' John Turnor was...

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GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. (Abridged from the Goulburn Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

' GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. , Í ,\ (Abridgedfrom the Goulburn Herald) 'BEFORE Mr. Justic'WîsÇj MURDER OF TUE SIAKENOO MAILMAN. CKaries Robardy and Auguste Rivet (both . natives of Franco) wore indicted for tho murder of Daniel Crotty (Marengo mailman) on tho Burrowa road, on the Kith August last. Tho prisoners pleaded not guilty, aud .were undefended.. Mr. Buller briofly opened .tho caso". Tho\etátemónt,V which was then read. Tho effect, of it \wa's that Bobardy, Rivet, and a third mau had left tho Lamb-' ing rat and camped near Marengo ; they . stopped the mailman on the occasion iu qnostion, with the intention only of taking hishorso's ; haying taken off tho mail-bags,; -, ''"as they did not, wish tho mailman to see,; wlioro they were going, they proposed to tio a comforter over his eyes He l(Robardy) was tying his comfortor o$çr tho mailman's . oyes when the third man whoMield i pistol closo - 'to tho mailman's head at thoHimo, said " you nro toolong about it ;" a pistol was fired ...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

' RICHMOND RIVER, v - March 24*.-Josephine, Helen,- Coraki! Red ;. v Jacket, and Ehodonck Dhu, from Sydney j 1 Pioneer, from Ifewcaèt]e>. ; , ;y Márcji 25.-Stornj. Kinç, froi» Sydney '; . t: - Bise, from Brisbane. \?%. . . . ?<< Tho lloBO was dr.von out .oÇ Moreton Bay. on Fridav tho 20th, after'parting both chains; with Mr. Howe, one of tliq Pilots on ; board, -, and aftor gi ttinfj out clear was struck by. a > heavy W, shifting lier ballast and throwing the vessel on her boam ends, when tho main- mast had to bo.cut away to,right her,; Shq^ was off the Richmond on the 2itb, butcould< » 3- not como in on aVcpuat <jf a heavy fresh and tyeing disablod. \ \ \ \ i - i. ~ . .!?> .'."?., . ..Tho Agnes Irving left Sydney at 6i5 on Monday night, crossed tao baV at Qi.o.m. on ^ Wednesday, aud arrived at1 Grafton afc mid *r,.^day «uno day. ?, ; ? "V,;-.. ? By tho politeness of Captain Mnides, wo nre in receipt of Inst Wednesday's Herald, ki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

HpLMSTEN'S FAMILY ÍLOTEL, ' ''PElNOE-ST/iEEff, Git AFTON, ' , (LnteVCritorion IIoteL), I^AMILIESjfind j/hcrs i visiting Grafton, .>.\vill -find :over\wWomiuodationat the abM.típteC'cójqbt-^d'SviÜX. CHARGESV'ànd'BATH:itOOMt>ttàchéd tb, the House. -? . FIRST-CLASS STABLES." '-,"*' MRS. RANKIN, (Latoly from Scotland), DRESSMAKER, PKINCErSTREET^rRAFTON, ? ". Next to'Ute Examined OJJlce, BEGS to infcj^/thp/b/hahitants of Grafton -.an (Lnhraurroyjdmg districts, that she has commo/ced business as above, and trusts thats bjrstrict attention to all orders entrusted to her, combined with MODERATE CHARGES, to merit a share of public patronage. HOMOOPATIIIC MEDICINES* can be obtained at thc^aidand: Apothc caries' Company, 'Ij^b^treoi^West Mait N.B.-Tho moilio¡iíesaro kept in, a distinct department from th<wB.mg Establishment. npHE UNDERSIGNED will. PAY all just .DEBTS him, THIS DZ office of J. L.ffl Grafton, f I DEMANDS agains t at 12 o'clock, at the Jfjíe]; Esq., Prince street...

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THE DRAINAGE OF THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

THE DEAINAGrE OP TEE TOWN. :A puBiT0.:MEBTiNO of tho .ratepayers of East Ward, was, held at Croer's Co m mercial Hotel, on Wednesday ovening last. Tho at- tendance was large, a great. number of per- sons being unable to obtain admission into the room. y - - . :. The MAYO« (Mr. 4Iyde), was voted into tho chair, and having Viofly stated tho ob- ject of their assohqling\said it would appear ho.had entered tho^pjincil at a rather inaus- picious period ; <but ho did not regret having gone into the Council, and ho could assuro them ho liad done his utmost to get 'the water taken away from the town.. Ho boliévod Mr. Donaldson's tonderfortheworkwouldhavo been accoptod by tho Council, but. in order to do so they would have to borrow about '£700; ho did not believe the inattor had boon shelved by the Council; on tho con ^^e.kç£$faimà1&ota,i Mr^-Donalclson threo aistipct plans by. which the bulk of 'the wa,ter coúídrbo taken away'at a-cost within tho means of tho Council,'an...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

' .-MUNICIPAL' COUNCIL.,J ' \, I .STnunsDAT. "PRESENT : /Cho ^ Mayor, ^Aldermen: ITroncL; iPaynCi ,CowauíjVÍ9^danÍ1ii: M'JTaddon, and Jonos. '.**. 'ft ^-Z^i ..^MINUTES, ../ -¿v.'/vU.-.'. '" 4 ' Tho minutes of tho last meeting wore read i and conPtyn'H DRAINAGE. . Tho Mayor ;-8aid¿- with roforonoo to tho drainago, as tho .Council could'not do tho per- manent work it seemed to1 him that one -, of the other plans that was practicable plight) be adopted. -, ? <..-,"? . : i " Alderman "WFadden moved,-" Tl)at "jho, I standing orders of tho^ Council be suspended, to take-into consideration-a resolution upon 1 tho drainagoVA .U > t'.s -j , , . i Alderman. Gowan .' Bocondod; tho . motion, ¡ whieu:\vas put and carried...; ,c ; .: . ; . : . Alderman M'Fadden moved, Alderman Jordan seconded,-" That the sum of £80 bo appropriated to the drainage of East Ward, and that the Mayor bo instructed to employ ono or more mon to take away a portion of the water, by the course marked out by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

Our subscribers \rc\nformid:thai:subscrip ' ti^fot^^':p^f^m'ter;\are:-tww-dùe and a settlementof the same is respect^ fully, solicited. \ , . - ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

CO'S STEAMSHIP. - AGNES IRVING, for SYDNEY, TO-MORROW (WED -N BS DAY) MORNING, at daylight. ?Notice.to'...Shippers, and Consignees of Goods by the Gi and ». R..S.N. Company's Steamers. '.' Ç TJIHE C. and, timated'to nie, that thc^ i . >?' GRAFTON will CONTINUE TO /ALL AT MY WHARF, I shall be jwepnrcd, to receive and forward cargo as heretofore. . FREDERICK GARE. Lawrence Wharf, March 24th, NOTICE. A LL GOODS^ANtíEDylt the COM MERCIAI^I-iyRF,/awrencetown,: Clarence Rive^/ill /e Ätihvercd .FREE, if released within t\yinty-four hours. R01ÎMT NIGHTINGALE. March 16th, 1863. WANTED, a gaéd SjílTII. Apply to » » Mr. E. CQ&, -Blacksmith, Prince .street. ',.,< '' . ll . BRICKSÍ;,;. BRIjÛKS! ! TS^ANTED, 15^0JllICKS made; *.».?. yards and sheds¥»und. Apply to Mr. P. MOYES, BuildeYj Bacon-strcet. tock /Bank. IVTOTICE.-TWsOarôi will in future, be CLOSED/B^RY SATURDAY,, at 12'o'clock,^ ¿mí¿ ; condbencing on the ÍQth instari«'V^''--^y-"--^~v^" "*> ' ' HENRY CUTHBERT/ Manag...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

IMPORTS.     April 1.—Agnes Irving (s.), from Sydney ; 1 case,     1 package brooms, 5 cases oil, 20 bags flour, 7 boxes   candles, 2 half-oliesls tea,-7 rants sugar, 1 box raisins, . 1 caso pickles,,? cases lobsters, 1 keg butter, 1 caso biscuits, 1 cask sundries, JJ. 8. 'Irfuivcnthnl ; 1 parcel, . Mrs.WakoflcId; IO lialf-casca gin, <t cases confectionary, ^0 boga flour, 3 bags bags, 1 oaso, T. Fisher ; 1 chest tea, O. II. Cliäural; 1 caso plants, Wray . 1 (»un, 1 ? bag barloy ; O, Phelps, 2 trunks boots, G. Willson j 1 case, 44 packages White ; 1 bag seeds, Bundook and Co. I 2 cases, J. Pago ; 1 bundlo, 1 box, W. Cnrpontor ¡ ):.:<*?. '20.balea blankets,Polico Magistrate; 1 balo hair, C drums oil, 2 packages cornslicllers, 1 keg butter, 1 bag barky, 6 bnlcB hoy, W. B. Campbell; 1 bundle, 3. Dickson ¡ 30 bags (lour, 4 boxes candles, 1 package' pnpor, O'Keofo; 1 qunrter-cosk brandy, J. Gilmore ¡ 27...

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COMMITTAL OF DR. ALEXANDER. FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

COMMITTAL OF DN. ALEXANDER, ? ÏOE''MANSLATJGHTEK. A rqagistQirial^inqviiry h:eÍdViafc tueiOoijrfcf house,. Glen minne's,' (m^atufdny, bofpro Mr. A. E. Dumaresq, JíP., touohingíthe death .of William Ifarlow, aged twp years* and .four' months, alleged to have boen .causod > by the administration of improper medicine propared for tho deceased by Dr.VAioxandorj of Glen; Inr.es. From tho information-of Sergeant Peir a summons was issuedifor the Doctor's appearance who waa. therpforo present duriug the investigation-Wüliain Harlow, father of tho chijd, deposed : On St. Patrick's Day tho child was taken ill ¡ it got bettor, but boiug feyorish on thol%rsdayífollowing,Dr, Alox ander was sont for, who said bethought worms was tho causo of BÍeknoBB(ínnd said ; ho would prepare a powdo'r for it; Witucss wont for tho modicino towards evening, and saw the doctor outside tho VTelegrapb Hotel drunk. Ho got the powdeWand remarked to tho doctor that it was unusually large, and asked if tho whole w...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

' EXEOBTS. ' ' -, ;. .. ? April 8,-Agnes Jrviqg^ïjK&r. ''Sydney-*. 2300 .-? lings mniee, 6^x«8.:<^^M8\foW^,l''liówfi' ana sundries, :. . , i ry\ , >, . . .- '. ,.:

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

?" \| -cs--\--. - - ? -, ? - ?.T";: . TUESDAYMPltIL 7, 18fj3r- '? - . I IF we may judge from tho: correspondence upon &e,s\ibjec\ of .the drainage of the town, of Grmo'n.^hóroíis no rack of methods hy . which This efyd ¿an hi Accomplished, - and, even at a trifling cost. AA. few weeks since the opinion of tho sairnns was that it .'could not be done. Evon n\w there appears to be a doubt whether stagnant poolB of .water in the neighbourliood of a dwelling, aro not'con- ducive to health - tho". doctors'.th¡uk differently-but, of courdo,.; their opinions, cannot be placed by the side .of " old resi- dents," whose old age-is occasioned by . tho repetition of floods. An/'old argument brought against the introduction of 'Vaccina- tion was, that it was. flying {into - tho :face of Providence^; We suppose?. some.,of, our old resident8.ihink' that td-.d'rain a gully, and re-;, move tho watlr from tho. streets, is.liable to' the same objection.' ^V - \ ! . . We aro glad, however, to pe...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863

ABSTRACT OF, SAL 153 W ATJOTION DUH . . -IA* '? . *u*U*¿*' MR THOMAS BAWDEN -«Orí mu Cunjuwfan ? ?. Wiiuif, MoT ul Biiuiju»uliu< To-Morrow (Wod : . . n<wlny),Vnt 12 o'clock, MÖ.O00 Feot Codar, . Hardwood, Vid -Scantling ; utMiis Booma, on ." Saturday noxCW 12 .o'olock/ Milch Cotia and Hoífors, Druuglitólorao, Brough, Harrow, Har- ness; 8(10 BusliüIjsMwtfurf in ooh, Cornshollor, &o. 'Also, n qnontit«K£.Hoi!8oliold Furniture : At Tattcr8nlla Hotol, on Mpnduy, at. ll o'olock, ? Horses. . " i MB. E. I1.' SAMSON. - To-Morrow1 (Wednesday!* ' - nt Cowan's Hutal, South Grafton,:at. 12. o'olookt' " Working BulloukB, Cows, Colonial Saddlo,-hui

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