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The Guardian, WITH, WHICH: IS INCORPORATED, THE "PORTLAND, EXPRESS." To Protect, our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those-of Others. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 9, 1877. TREE-PLANTING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

WRIT, WOTC5; as HeNORPORATED, THE " '?oRTND. 5PXRE55." Ta. Protectl eu I RtghtA-Jot to. Infringe qpon, tihoe- of Others. FRIDAY; FEBRUARY, o 1877. .TREE-PLANTINI IN. VICTORIA.. Tine Argas, with customary. ability,. resumes. the subjc?t of: tree planting, and. presses. on, the Government and: Borough, and: Shire Councils in. the oolony. the necessity for. proceeding. with, the-work, that, is,, if anaturally. dry country. such, as Australia is to be preserved, in. the future. from, these periodlio droughts. which, follow the denudation of any country of, its trees. as- naturally. and as. certainly as day follow, night,, or thunder lightnling In, Franc,.always in advance- of any other country. in. Europe,.on qpestions. of sanitary science,.the Government is planting, the. railway lines of. the. country, and in an extract whicll, Mr.. S8. P. WINTER,. Alurndal, furnishes, from a French paper, to the lnamilton Spectator,. it is stated "that from; " 1.867; to. 1876: the railway engineers "...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, DEC.22 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

NEWS-l BY THE MAIL GENgRAL SUMMAitY, , .LO1?DON, DiCa .. Fer Majesty is spoending theCltrit mdi this"yeari'iat Windsor. It is stated that obinside~able poatiotrif th? 'fodth; coming Londbon ,seasaon iwill ,,bg' peed by her.otnTlBooikiihnm Palace. a , ss ,: iii th'b '18th, iheiQtueoen nd Princess eatrie pad . :iti to thtePriiess Ltouise atiTnbridg WeYllsi,;; : Thi., Prince- and, Prcess. of. Wales hiave.boon visiting duringithe 'imodtli Lord Ifistinga 'tI Meltoiiaill'hi thi Mabar.ajah. Dhtneep- Siigh at.,'Eiýdoo, aild.lhe Earl -of Leicester?at. Holikhanh, At Elvedon the Prince anrid... a party. seven others slihit ii'?il',8.000"lieid el giame in tlireoae ys.. ,,i"?d ; .T'rhi efollowing, cllonilllappoinlhmonts haive beeon gazetted :-Sir J. RnvLong. eiquGoverui'-.of Guiann, to:be Guver i rt of Ceyloin . 1tr i. i KiLfrtright; tr?in sterred ,.fiu mntb :.Wot . Afriaiu Settlemiuts' to iGubidnta. ir.:,T., Rowve tid Riiscod'n. Mri ' :K'rtright? frm,+ti'he Quit Owlet, ;trid ,'8'r "Snaftorld Fr...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

TABLE TALK. Sar Savc-In the Baptie Bapt Church on Suday next, at 7 o'olook p.m., tih Rev. W. Ianter will address the congre4 ation on ti deathof the Rev. J. Martin. B.A.: also .o death of Mrs. Huntley, widow of the Ise Baptist pastor in Portland. STic LrscU F~axlu BELLnSo-ER&-To nightthe Lynch Family Bellaingers, in. erustmntalistl and vocalists. will open at at 31c' Assembly Room, at K o'clock. and tomn prior experience of the Com- i pany we feel certain they will be greetes with a full house. Since the last visit the Company has secured the iervice of Mr. Frank Verten, thle great IEnDglis comiqoe, comedian and dancer. SThe Campany, it appears, hasn had great sunccra in Great Britain aind the United States,and their unrivalled drawing room entertanment in the colonies has been witnessd by over 000,000. persona. We are requested to caliapeoial altteltion to the mid-day porformanoe for ohildren an Saturlas at ,o'clock..admission sixpence,. and this treat we feet assured will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

?,biWarrnambool Steam Packet C, ompany. "' isBTEAM TO MELBOURNE via BEL ;,i. FAST and WARRNAMBOOL. •."t TTNTIL farther notice is given, one or ,i.l other of lthe Company's boats, , o,0 T-W AY .... ? .ULIA PEROY, R:': OB ROY, i ' , t11 sall regularly from M;,ELBOURNE FOR PORTLAND n;,. .Tuesday d& Friday Afternoons, And from R~;e?RTLAND FOR MELBOURNE "lisulSday aid FPriday Mornings S!:Lit Y ': 'early (weather permittlng). FARE S. +Salion i ... £1 6 0 Return £2 O 0 ,.iFore Cabin 0 10 0. . 0 15 0 ,. Children under 13 years, half fares. Return Tickets available for One Month by - either staeamer. Passeangers are respectfully requested to obiain their tickets at this otic, and shippers S'to'idaksb early application for space. "! B Boats im attendance to convey passengers free ofeharge. - Str t o' responsible for passengers' luggage Sunless entered as cargo. No claims against the Company will be entertained uuless made within three (3) days after vessel's arrival. Freight at curren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

BPEOIAL, ADVERTISEM1NTA,. M -ESSRS. GREEN'S. PAN SENGER SHIPS. BLACKWALL LIN0. fore LONDON. The splendid clipper ship. N,. E. W A S. TE I. ,. l,030,toce. . . Al at Uoyyd's. C.. E LE P:. TRENC,; Commander,, Will. be despatched from, the Sandridge Railway Pier, On. MONDAY,. 19th, FEBRUAb~.. The "SALOON. CABINS. are 'of unusual ie, sand well: lighted with large sido port. They arem-fitted, with. the. ncesasuy, fi?L?d cabin.furntlure, are thoroughly veotilated, a. nd ipeclly-united to famltie. sthruomo are.provided, .milch.oew is carried.. . . . ..: terme dteas,pasaangers are. taken, to wholn select and roomy accommodation. l provided; A-srgeon accompaies the ship. Passage money, £16 and upwards. A liberal'discount allowed to families.. Ared?otion.made to.pasaengere from, ad. joining colonies.. Retornctickets issued., Arrangements made for passages from London.. For circulars, plans,. and all particulars apply to .... . . . . ., Ji . WHITE:mand Co.,. 49.: William-treet, Melbourne.. To b...

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THE NOVELIST CHRISTMAS AT THOMPSON HALL (Concluded.) CHAPTER V. MRS. BROWN AT THOMPSON HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

*THE NOVELIST. CHRISTMAS AT THOMP SON HALL BY ANTHONY LROLLOPn:X4 Qxrom;tl?o, pyan, )ail): (Concluded.) , CHAPrTr V.. aRns. I1ROWN' AT TIIOIIPSON hALL. '!Pleaso, sir, we were to ask for Mr. Jones,' said the servant, putting his head-into. the carriage after both MFr.' nd Mrs. Brodwn had seated'them .selves. 'Mr. JonesPfxeclaimed the husband. ',Why ask for Mr..Jones r" a=u....,dl htlwifo. Ti'e servant was about to fender some explanation when .Mr. Joaes.stopped ul ,ands said that lie was Mr. Jones. 'We -are going to' Thompson, I-Iall, said the lady with great vigour. 'So anmI,' said MAr. Jones,, with much dignity. It was, however, arranged that lie should sit with the csachman, as there was a thmble behind for the other servant. The luggage was put into a cart, and away all went for Thompson Hall; 'What do you think about it, Mary,' whispered Mr; Brown, after a pause. He was evidently awe-struck by tro horror of the occasion. 'I cannot make it out at all. What do yokthink?' ' I don't...

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MEMORIAL ADDITIONAL MAIL, PORTLAND AND BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

.MIEHORIAE. '.ADDITIONAL MALL, iORTJlAND. AND B1EýUAS'1\ I.,: Tie following memorialto the flon. Robert .Ramsay, Postmaster General, extensively . signed, will be presented shortly. There Is no place in the celany 'where an additional mail weekly is more required, and we have no reasdn to doubt that' it will be favorably received. We hiold with the memoralista that the Increased correspondence resulting from another mall weekly will more than compensate the lovernment for any increase in the annual mail'contract; and that increased S'settlement will take place with-increase of postal convenience hardly admits of doubt. The following is the text: The Hon: Robhert' hmsny, Postmaster . General,. Victoria;-The memorial of the undersigned rCespetfully sheweth-Thantyour memorialistl are, for the most part, farmers adim atepayers' residing on the main line of r toad from Portland 'to' Belfast,. In' the a ariehsrl 'o'Trewalia, Narmwonog,and T'yren darra,,andlthnat your memorialists are now ...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY LONDON, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

NEWS BY THE MAIL. * -GNERAL SUMMARY. Losno r, Dec. 22. An rrean for the Adelaide town-ball I j?o.t' been constructed t y Messrs. Hill ?,dI Son.; who made that for the BMel t ,ornes nrporation. The cost will be, in * ndi t carriage to South Australia, about J'ere.,'t cotnnectel with the mat and bruih masing trades, are agitating to sreventthiss pursuits being carried out ,ni the .ttent they now are in gaols aind, esfr matories. Mr. Cross received d-puteniados on tb oubject on the 20orh. A conference of delegates from all parts lt the kingdom was held at Bristol. at which the HIome Secretary's proceedings - ree si;n-dmoed. " SThe proceedings against M1. Henri De Tourville for the alleged murder of his wife in the Tyrol,-terminated on the 6th iest, the magistrate at Bow-street making an order fot his extradition to Austria. " "P.aching offences have been increasing. 'There have been' several collisions with gamek'eieers and the police, and on the 12th an inspector of police and a const...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

Colonlal fank, of Auiiralaesla. j'O1TfOR.. 131IA.CII of tide Ihook 1 now open "i t L ortlnod, Iio ICtoporary' locOa i I JulIa trool, pet'othiit tho rercthort of promn coot premises. JMLEBY ClfrAl'BI1AN, Portanod, 5th Fcbruary, 1877. For~ firala 'I I ilIant,.jr.;$oroa,. 'hype, aodl Fixtures T of the I'ortndioo rpreoo. For partlcniirsoapply I ,REEfIOLD LAND A*n BUSINESS' PREM- .ISES FORl SALE.,In theorqentot of the t6wn;next the Union Itank,withln 10 minutes' Walk of the railway statliani and il without exceptlon, the very piekings of. the town of Portland. For full particularq apply personally, or by letter, to 2 . B. B. NEVILL, Percy Street. February 5, 1877. Shire of Portland.'" rFENDERS will be received to 10.80(, .nr.r . on Thursday, February 15th instant, at Condah, for contract 77-1-Repalrs to gates and fences of the pound yards at Branxholmo. WM. CLAPIIAM, Secretary.; February 5, 1877. Shire of Portland. NOTICE TO BATEPAYIERS. N OTICE is hereby given that the Courcil will sit ...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. CEYLON, JAN, 13. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

INDIA AND THE EAST. CtLON, Jew. 1i. Sir Win. 'Gregory aeconmbpaied by his aide-de-camp Captain Thackwill, Is a pas senger "by: the +present mall"':Steamer to Sydney, where hle will be the guest of Sir Hercules llobinson,His Excellency will spend a month in visiting the Australian. colooles; being due back in Ceylon to re-open the cession of, the Legislative. Coucll by the middle of Aprll; -Sir William is expected to England obout the middle of theyear.. - Tie new' Chief Jinstie1of' Ceylon, Sir William Hacket, late of the:Stralts and FPji, is expected here- thls?'month:' His olcam "tesaus Sir George Andersot, fromithe Baha mas;.has given general saitlfaetlon during past years. : . .,:: ..I.22.:,.,:, The. Chinese ambassadotr' to?'ingland passed through Galle the'btheit day, when lie was received: wlth due honour.' IHe landed hereand.l spected all worth seeing. .Ie.price of rice has risen greatly In Cey lon, and' searcity continues, to ,prevail .in Southern India. Large iollroportlon a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

IrPO RTETAT-NOTIa;. O'CONNOR , M sEO Beg to inform the inhabitants of Port laud dand its si5rroudlngdidistrict that having IPRUsSr TIIE u.DI(OLE OF EL H. MOSE, " Consisting of? ;, ; DaAPa?r asgEN's so oTs' LI.OTN, Zoors- S ,, o., BAMOUN1TIG TO £4,57 1?'8s. 9d. ery Lage is nt off SI ' ant o wher, '' Thy ,ndr itnae o. . Thm; goods . Cer than rany oth er, houne in .tho , ,1.strict, fact stiff This they inte doigW . a view gto ma ing abrearance pr ious l to the arriv . of. a irterneo . prchases, they a r g: noedtu ahe prites of the whole gof the goe e to such antentry that, they. ire. ly presen- 'their cutomer si writh upwardane pi for r r , . , . { Thin establishment o their oew knopa Conumea areand, ro pr esanIe ThemSo godi hny upomerds any oterd house in the ?Ss'l?-rr lct,,in factn theiDrpiies sard allootdesuall btoivind. Thifo theys r inte' "doing, wih.i+a siet eo meliog graeand qu?rane prpi ioues E ths DrOR Tl:o P.ltrAnDf R ON'Se - OR ,M I'. I T D.... ' . : they hvTugire'e Wthe p.....

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 February 1877

OBITUARY.. Chief Justice Whiteside, aged 70; George Dawson, the lecturer, aged 65; Sir John Esmonde, J.P. for Waterford, aged 80; Sir Charles R. Turner, knight, aged 87; Right Rev. Dr. Whelan, late Bishop of Bombay, aged 76; Alderman Besley, aged 77; Right Rev. Dr. O'Shea, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ross, Ireland; General the Hon. W. Arbuth- not, aged 90; Admiral J. A. Paynter, aged 62: Mr. George Hope, of Tentonbarns, aged 62; Sir Elkanah Armitage, aged 62; Mr. David Forbes, F.R.S.,aged 48; Dr. Camp- bell, principal of Aberdeen University. Admiral Sir Burton Macnamara, aged 82; Cardinal Patrizzi,, aged 78; Miss Sellon; Sir   Henry de Houghton, bart., aged 55.  

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

ADDI'TIONAAL INFOIRMATION FOl TIE PUBLIC. lT'h nmnil for Diwtmnr and Drik Drik leaven HeywoSd at i a.m. on Wednesday and Satlrday,a. d arrvesain Hywoodl on Tuesdlay and Friday to time: t cratch the Portland mail.. Letters should be postedllfor these places in I'ortland, on Tuendays at 7.30 p.m., and Friday at 6.30 p.m. A mail Is now carried between Iower Cape lrilgcewater and MAoule (~ount Iticrhmond) h. the residents,. probably on the days of arrival and departure of tre Portland usiails. 'Le Belfast lime of nmils leaves Portland nt i a.m. on Tueslay aal Saturday, Instead 'I 8 n.m. as befowe, arrving at Ileriast at s p.mt. The return mail leaven IBelfast at 7 nt.m., arriving at Portland at 3 p.m. N.B.-''bhe night delivery of Melbourne and tlamnton mnlls will take place at the p ,.'-ofice window daily at 7.a? p.m., except Monday, no mailarriving that day at a pro. Printed and published by the proprietor WILtLIs. COoran, at the Guardian Olluo Uanti?s?k street, Lsoetlaad

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (,roat Oun oWN coORR.se.O')NtaTs.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNY, Thss DAr. Graham Berry addressel the' Geeluung electors last night, reviewed the proceedings of the lst' sesions; he said the Government was not able yet to carry into effect tlu resolutions under. which the members came into ,ffice. 'The proposals to tax property and income wasunnecessary; lie said condign punishment . should be meted out to itr.?A,,lnd a ts foIrts %aroere who were band of ,asassiln that ever, murdered Liberty. The programme of the oppo sition is revion . of the tarilt by irm. position of fresh protective dluties or the removal of tea and sugar frotm the list. The policy of protection altered so that every. thing required in the putlic servlce shoutl, If possible, be obtained in tihe colony. Tile I.nd tax the same as he previously proposed. The Stonewall party were prepared with a policy, no third party wanted, nor tri,t.imers. Asked the electors to retuln fifty determined men tosupport him. ...

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PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

PORTLAND POST:OFPXOB TIME TABLE. \rALLS ARRIVE -zPROU· Melbou,,ne, Gelong. Ballarat, Ararat Ilnutltot, Oundai,, Branxholtme, 1taywoud Maoyaoy, .s3lly, at 5 p.m., (on Monoda at 1 a.w.) Co.trrton, Sandlord,. Coleraln, -Merino, iuhby, Iloopur, IHeywood, Toesdayo Thurr day and. Saturday at i p.m. ltelf.,.t, Warroazuboot, Narrawong, Yam Ink, '1'yreodo.rra, St. Hdelen, Monday and. Friday at 3 p.o... ridrgewater, WVednesday at 5.30 p.m. MAILS-CLOSE FOR MfrlLourne, Ocelong. Bllalrat, Amarat;. llnoullton. Bragxbdmle, Coodah, itaywood,. 7dynrnyu, daily, Stinky. ezeapted at 6.l5 Ileywood, IIotajun., Dtat7. Merino, Cole- - r00ur, Sand,.ford, Cdaaerto, Tuanday, Thor.. day, lad Saturday. ao 7.30 pm. Bel faat .WnrroanboolI,Norrnawong, Yambakt lyrendrann, SL Iltlens, Mtoadaysand Pridays at 7.45 121.u. Ilridgewarr, Taee-anyrat7.4 pm. GRO. S. CALDWEILL. Posttaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

J TST RECEIVED aad FOR SALE at t Gt aom isol ce: Awtrallaso Delaist AOtrotA i MA al M e, (MCrtnas ' Sl.gL0O ? School Bibles (cheap) Sankey's IHymns (enlarged editioo) So.sh.oe I?ttie o!lks Ervelopes, black bordered, broad, Middle And an mrt t of tie newmet npels, indclding: Star of the Sotb IlunMed to Deasth Black Angel The Diamond Cross Rodny Say GDTWICK'S DAKI7G 2WD.ER BORWICK'S ]BAKING POWDER E?OimICK'S B?AL?TZD PG.V E cotu.. .. t .n s.o, ..e i:ttick VL.pt t"Ill. rSOWCK'S BAKINO POW7DER ORMIRCKS BAKING CUPOWDER BORWiJCK"S BAKING POWDER WS .0.4 t M6000 C itot. 4.Cass r. . tarile andh tr .ait.ea o epte,..t r 'erltl. 3..i.L k. otllers A. 1 VnF. KERBIN G AN CONT AILIANOG BOR'ALTCKS BEATING PWAINER tE pst, 2 yarb lsh a • g arantee tt raIb .I.oN., r s CItI d nto n & C. ~I ItE [Show r/rycvxyL oomats.-""n. whh r liklyt Snarbe and Granrite onutments of all kinds KENL ING & IRON RAILINGS, arbl 4T Znamelled oChineO Wteoea, SToIf TM rPLS 'LENTt PAYSOG TILS. CHAMIURSA a CLUTTE...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

aCORREBPONDENCE. Whblt adltthls tha gisAc llorIrry rlorn to SMOoresndodt, our culunl will bu ople only to Iuch Oohmundhatoluna n shal bo ulearly Wrltto - tompsrbiiy O lxpuMesl, luua of loI or godneral i' tsnsas" la1 no wlu o holdling urMuIel rcsponslble for i" opintolo that muay bo cunvoynd tliorelp.

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RUSSIAN PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

RUJlSIAr N PREPARATIONS. ThoOrsnd Dude Nicolas., appointed to the command of the southern army, ecjoys the reputation of a skilful general In hie Jotth he errned distinction in the Caucasis and Sebastopol, having gained there the cross of St. George. General Arthur Nepokojtachich, chiefof the general staff, is of Polish extraction. lie wan edu. cated is the corps of prge.,entered in 183i in the l'reebraslhenki Guards, and followed with distinction n course of *tudies in the military academy. In 18301 he was at tached as officer of the general staff to the Fifthl Infantry Corp, where he. runder General Murujew, went through a severe school of discipline. Under Plurajew'e alcceesor, General Luders, Ihe became quartermanster general. and took part in the atruggleC of the Fifth Corps in the Caucasus, Hungary. nnd the Crimea. In tihe last few ym;rs Nepokhjtechi was director of the military academy and president of the Military Legislative Com mittee. Adjutant-General and General of the C...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 13 February 1877

SBHIPPING. Poa'r bF. P OUFL'r:ND February 12- Per J01a Percy, steamer &, tons; CaS t4oo .Ne14F.on. from 'Melbooirn sd' Warrnraimot add B2lfaot. IMr. and lja J'. B: Bioagbton; Mr. and Mrn. Affirok. 'inr Edward,; Mrn. tarriono,. SMaolr 1I lraord; Me. YJ MtCdooy, Mi. McColbock;: Mlr. Sloane; tevd.'Mr. Leady, and 151n ith i'.deta'ge: W : P:~ Anderson. agent. JueF lia Perry, tteanitr. ftia Melbourne, 38 pkgiW. P; Alerailoo. 135do AndAIobo iJ d'lhdrdaod; 1 do llronw. t do o.' Bollua, (di3'Bafof AoitralasatO I do Bank of Vie.' ` 2; do Yattona! tIank' 1r do C: of P. Oe~gen*,' 4tnCoUOoe. 17 do CLawier. 19 do , r4Cditltbr5,27 do Cruier, 5'dd Crouch &CQo; (do'Ctiirr.'23'do Camapbtll and Soo. 3 do Sntcbarl 2.I0oCroaker.- Soott Co -i do onge,'8 Donoldsrdn 3' io Dmlntng, tdo] ke-inood, 2'do Fflntgai, 4do Foech,. 10 do.. r;ront. I do tlolmn. 268 do Jelbart Bran, 7 r 2J;·61inp, 7 do Ketllre and Co, 14 do Kean, LdyIaisro and Campbelt. 14' do Laclikann, Pdo Iijler. Ydi.Ltlie,;25.:o Le...

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