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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

[?] ^tjor^*WiujS^^«jS 4-e Sei«iution of this proviiice ? wfiicw£* Wbw ? South ? Wales, niuy, perliaps, be ruiiitly. utttil-Utcd to a incvaleut feeling that whatever, bluiidera may be com mitted by the Sydney autliorities in Twining the Electoral Bill our future legislature will have the power to correct them ut their pleasure.. It is well, however, to be on one's jjuiird against impressious of this kind, which lave their origin in the apathetic indifference -f the people, iiheady eriuc?d dariag lou« periods of neglect and misgovernmettt. J'rom all we ca.n leara, there appears to be a com plete waat of confidence in the preseut admi nistration with regard to the speedy settle ment of the questions referred to its decision by the Secrktaby of State foe the Colonies, aud it is said that there is no certainty of the above-mentioned Bill for the future colony being passed this session. Jn feet, to all inquirers on the subject we believe Mr. Cowfjsr has neither giveu satisfaction uur luu-...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SEPARATION DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

SEPABATIOJJ DEfePATOHiEiS. , The following letter lias beett handed to us Tor Bliblicatlon : — ' '..... TO aBK RtOHT nOKOtJRAfllfE Up.Sttf l,4BOfCHERp. Urk Majesty's Secueriuv o? State. pok thb CoLOKJEfl. . , ' ' ' : SjE.—AVe, tho undersigned inhabitants of Ipewich, Moreton Bay, having just received (br-tlie first time a copy of Sir W.-T. Denisou'e despatch to yonraelf ou the Bubjebt of Separation, datod J lth November, ? 1856, take the earliest opportunity of cxpressiuK our earnest indignation at the very uncandid find ' orronnbus views whi6U lits'3Excollfcncy has. -given: i therein of the capabilities of Mnrcton Bay rb ..« ' shipping, port. ? ? . . _ I Ijj the first place, we wouJA pbscrve'that Mofeton i Bay is a magnificent water of 60 iniloa long nndvl4 ; tnllus broad, possessing now well-known and indis- . putablo advantuges as a harbour of rufugo, as n-ell y Hi fur watering and fuelling vessels; but which dd VMUtagcs wcw. till latelv.comparotivcly unavailable for thu ivunt ot ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. Sydney, November 8, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

SYDNEY,1 [-E0M ODIt OOBRF.fiPON-DENT.I Sydney, November 8, 1807. The ?Governor-Ucueral lias held h Iev.ee at Govoro-: in'eijt House to-tlay. which was fully attended. A»' *lio officers «f tho,. 77th had not been formally pnsrv wntud, this wh8 a favourable opportunity for tho interchange of tlie usual compliments. . Nona of the principal ministerial measures have : as yet been submitted to the consider#tioii of tlio Legislature. A motion of ^tr. .Weejco81.1to, J»»ye.s placed en the estfmntes a sum of. £3000 towards ^Uo relief of tho snfferere by Uie late floods on thu TJuater has been . uegatived .after a long discussion. The sum of £4600 his been voted towards an expe- '.. dition in search of Dr. Iyeich)w-3t, to be couducted by Mr, Gregory,- ' ; . ?''.:' Mr. Justice Milford has arrived from Brisbane. mid it is iiiidcrstootj t)mt he will 'assume the func- ,- tionsnf Primary Judgo in Equity. : ' T' ' Theinqnest on seme nf tlie borties of those iriio * perished by the wreck of the CatK...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IPSWICH MUTUAL BENEFIT AND BUILDING SOICETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

IPSWICH MUTUAL BENEFIT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOICETY. ' Amount of share £50, monthly payments 12s. per shai-e. Tbi* society will terminate in about four years. ' Upwards ot 100 shares have been already taken up. Sib, — The above Is an extract from the advertise ment publiuhed by tho Mutual Benefit Investment aud Uulldiug Society on 23rd Soptumber, 1856, to which I at the timu directed tUu attention of the public, statiugth.it 'in order to accomplish the pro fesst-d object of the society a' rate of jntdrest would require to be realised, not lower than 37 per cent per annum. The. directors of this society have now published their report for the first year, copy of which I enclose, in which they state tlint the in terest received amounts to £61 fla. 8ii. sterling. The interest due to the shareholders computed at 17 per cent would amount to £54 5s. fid., luidjf therefore beg .to congratulate the directors on havtnjf so far accomplished tlie object of the society, an not only to have o...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

LOCAL A2«) DOMESTIC, : COVGUtGATlOtJAt, -;ilirC0H»SA.Bn*.!ril:SpH(W-Br— Qfl,, Monday, the 2nd inat., the tmiial ijniqt of tlie fairan scene Around 'the: residence; of Mr. ,H.Kilnerf,^ ,- Limestone Bideru. wnft foi* m sfeason bralicii.ln nnrui;. by tliH pvr-.scuce -if a large. uutuliur, of; oUji|d|$i\,«Qb6^ liiM of tbo Sabbath. !»choolg onimool^d wjth^o,^ hbove ckiirch at Brisbane Strict. l4ittjo,lpBnridb,^ur)t!, ?Ui'ciiKu- JUauk fituam Han'-millB, Wlioi^/t-JiM ijoej^.j oVoviouely ari-Miged to Hnnenthle.at Ihlg spptCjttyj , ohilriren ' from Bremer siiJv-HiiUs-AiiivinK by'tho^ aornlng steiniur. i Heir for euveritl Wurs the eicorr : ;iso otmuieh superseded ithat^of ffuW, tothe erldent ' Lelightof all. Kortho^portfwhioU ohildhood|ov» ^ ?is well as for tho. love -of other good: things; arnpto jji-oviBiuuiiad beeu.uwde.bjr the foMthuijgh.t 8|7fl|» - teacher* -of the schools and other friends. The proximity of Mr. miner's house (kindly thrown open for the occasion) contributed to rend,ei-'...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IPSWICH MUTUAL BENEFIT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

IPSWICH MUTUAL BENEFIT INVESTMENT AND, BUILDiSG SOCIETY. Tbe first annual meeting of the shareholders of tho. above society was held in the Old Court House, on Friday evening last. Mr. Benjamin Cribb was unanimously called to the chair, and after briefly reviewing the progress of' the society, which, considering the limited number of shareholders with which it commenced operations, had certainly been productive of beneficial and satis factory results, concluded by calling upou the Secre tary to read tho followiug report : — Bepobt or the JrswicH Mutdal Benefit Invest kent and Building Societt. to the Akkual mcctisq op shi.eeuoi.deus. The Directors beg to submit to the Shareholders their first Anuual Report and Financial Statement, and congratulate them on the success which has attended the operations of the Society during the past year. In doing so, they deem it due to the shareholders to state, that the only equitable and legitimate ap plication of the profits of a terminable build...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

Progress of the Great Ejtst&k'N.— The results of the labour of more than 1000 men continuously employed upon the Great Eattern, are showing themselves more evidently everv day. During the lost six weeks great progress' has been made in every part of the vessel. The whole of the heavy parts of her machinery ore in thoir places, and the work iu this department is so forward that, with one excep tion* it could be completed, if necessary, in five or six weeks. The exception is the crank axle for one of the paddle engines, & new one having 'to be cast, which will be ready,- however,, long before it is required. Tho paddles are in a -very forward state. and form very conspicuous objects.- The whole of the side decks of the forward first-class compart ments are laid and bulked, find several of the state rooms are completed, as regards the works of the Carpenters and joiners. These rooii-vs will be t-f dimensions surpassing everything that' has ever yet been i-een in a ship....

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THE BOUNDARY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

THE BOUNDAKY LINE. The subjoined letter of Mr. Marsh regarding the boundary line was enclosed in the Despatches, for warded by Mr. Laboucberc to Sir W. Deinson, referred to bv the former and which arc revrinted in our Supplement:— 10th July, 1857. Sir, — I have tho honour to acknowledge the re ceipt of your letter of the 6th instant, relative to the boundary between New South Wales and the pro posed Noithorn colony, informing me that her Ma jesty's Secretary of State has determined to adopt the boundary suggested iu Sir William Dcnison's despatches nn the subject. As I have only heard the despatches rend, and have not had the advantage ot' cxnniinin-r them carefully,. I cannot be quite sure an to the precise definition of the bdRndary suggested in them, but my impression is that, whilst the evident intention of them was to give the whole of the districts of tho Clarence River, Now England, and the tiwydir to New South Wales, and the districts of Moreton Bay. Darling Downs, aud Maian...

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SCHEDULE. SCALE OF REMISSIONS ON SALES TO NAVAL AND MILITARY OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

SCHEDULE. SCALE OF REMISSIONS OK SALES TO NAVAL AND' MILITABT OPFIOEBB. Field officers, of 25 years' service ana upwards, iu the whole ? £600' Field officers, of 20 years' service and upwards, in the whole ? -..-.- ? .500 Field officers, of lo or less years' service, in the whole ? 400 Captains, of 20 years' service and upwards, in the whole ? 400 Captains, of IS years' service -and less, in the whole ? '. ? .- . 000 Subalterns, Of 20 years' serVice nnd upwards, in the whole ? ? . . .- 300 Subalterns of 7 years' service and upwards, in tho whole ? 200 Subalterns under 7 years' standing are not entitled to any remission in the purchase of land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

3© THE ELECTORS OF THE Districts of Moreton, Wide Bay, and Burnett, Maranoa, Port Curtis, and Leichhardt. . /GENTLEMEN and FELLOW-ELECTGRS,— \JT Circumstances having occurred to rentier it necessary that I should leave the colony for a time ; it now'weomes my duty to retire from the position I occupy as your representative, and resign iny seat in the Legislative Assembly. During the pastloug protracted Bession— protracted not from tlie amount of business transacted, but from the operation ofjfaose antagonistic influences which I stated, when y»u did me the honor of electing me, I anticipated must ueoessarily attend the initiation of legislative action under responsible Government —influences in tboe'xereise of which, however, much was exhibited that was in the highest degree vexa tious; *nd I regret to he obliged to add, unworthy of their position and factious in thefesfrtiiui:, on the part of & portion of our representatives ;— -during sucUaeession.iiiftfe no hesitation in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

I BIRTH. I On tbe 23rd ultimo, at Borrandowan, Burnett I pistrkt, %s, Aleaumder Galbrritb, p£ii%ughMi'. \ ?*-?-? habrjagb. ? ??' '' '??;?--; t Marded.ojo the ©th Instant, at BandMnba Station, ft Ipswich, bv the Rev. Jobn Thomas Wamker, Mr. | Jtobert Wright, of JColac, Victoria., to Ag»e$, second, I daughter fif Mr. Xh^yid Qrd. , / ! f.OR .«-A,L,&r,-: -. . . . i aa YEARLING EWES and KT^HERS, *tl/U .eOOTVoVefrOldB^ES, -f Readyftr delivery «ew. ?5000, more Arjes^ Weaned W£|?HEU LAMBS, jeadv for delivery MABGHWSwiW. ? CrossbroDt, JpSwdcU. ? ' ? \O ?Wanted to Purchase, n/'V /~V /~\ EWES., Two and ThPeeYcar* old. Applv to D. & J. McCONNEL. Cressbrook, Ipswich. Wanted. TXT ANTED *o Purchase, 4000 MIXED EWES. If to be delivered on tbe Downs about the beginning of December next. Apply, stRlhig ages and price, to WALTER jGRAY'fe Co. Ipswich, 2nd November, 1857. ON SALE, 1100 WETHERS, BOO EWES, 100 HOGGETTS ; about 800 Lambs 8iven in ? deliverable within 10 luiles of Ipswich. P...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. November 4. — Duke of Wellington, schooner. Cup tain Nias, from Sydney 1st Instant. Pausenger — Master Brown. November 7.— Clarence, steamer. S3I tons. Cant. Wilson, from Sydney 8rd and Newcastle 4th inst. Passengers — Mr. Buokland, Mr. Fleming. Mr. Abra hams, Mr. Brisden, Rev. Mr. Shaw, Mr. Moncur, and 24 in tho steerage. DEPARTURES. November!. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Cap tain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers — Rev. J. K. Piddin^ton. Mr. C. Cowen, Mr. D. Ooutts, Mr. Lamb, aud 16 in the steerage, 4 prisoners and 8 constables. NovcmberjS. — Blenheim, ship, 800 tons; Captain Headley, for Colombo, in ballast. * IMPORTS. Dnke of Wellington : 600 bgs flour, 10 hhds mm, N. Hartley; 1 octave rum, 85 csks bottled beer, 80 egos bottled fruits, .1 cue, 4 csk--, 25 drums oil, 100 bgs flour. 5 cases porter, 29 cases, J. & G. Harris; 20 csks bottled beer, 1 box mutches, Wilson & Co. ; 40 cskfl biscuits, IS cars salad oil, 32 cseg, 25 bge b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

Small Farms for Sale. A number of Splendid Allotments of Land near the ? : Race-Course, and adjoiniugthe farms of Messrs. £. B. Culleu and Stephen Broom. SCOTT ft CO. HAVE roceired instructions to dispose of pri vately, a number of allotments of the richest ? description of alluvial LAND, a great portion of which is cleared and stumped, and varying lu extent from 4 an acre to 6 acres each. The Auctioneers would particularly draw the at - tention of the labouring class to the above fanns, which from their situation are particularly adapted for market purposes. Terms, liberal. Station for Sale. SCOTT & Co. HAVE been favoured with instructions to Dis pose of by Private Sale, A FIBST-CLASS ?STATION, in the Wide Bay District, with either 800 Head of well-bred CATTLE or 4000 SHEEP placed thereon by the proprietor (an may suit in tending purchasers). Further particulars can lie ascertained ou applica tion to the Auctioneers. fiHKEP FOR SALE. ' 2,500 Fat Wethers. SCOTT A Co. HA VR b...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I The Editor vrishet tt to be understood, that while ivtry reasonable latitude will be allowed, he dots not identify himself toilh Ike opinion* txpreetcditi the -x-rrtsponrt- enee iml/lished in this Journal. ' *All letters which appear under this heading are written by paHiet en , tirely unconnected with the mantigcmtiit of the lhpa-J] Sin,— In your impression of the 3rd inst., an epistle appears on our Ways and Means* signed by one 'Wilkins Micawber,' and from --m'g£trvuige notions I presume be is the identical peraouage that figured as the greatest humbug in C. Dickens work, entitled 'David Copptrfidd' who always assumed a some thing that he never was, and professed that which aeither himself or anybody else ever had the leant conception of, beyond that of balancing dirty sugar, sloe leaves, or measuring a stick, and who, in addition to all his etceteras, is a citizen of a place that never was a city. Now tins identical Wilkins bas had a dream, and at the el...

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FRIGHTFUL MURDERS BY THE BLACKS, AT THE UPPER DAWSON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 November 1857

FRIGHTFUL MURDERS BY THE BLACKS AT THE UPPER DAWSON RIVER It is with feelings of unfeigned sorrow that we have to record another case of wholesale slaughter, by the aboriginal natives, at the Hornet Bank, on the Upper Dawson River, the station of Mrs. Fraser, which occurred on the morning of Thursday, the 29th ultimo, on which occasion eleven of our fellow crea- tures were murdered in cold blood, under circum- stances of extreme barbarity. The following par-   ticulars of this dreadful occurrence have been fur- nished by Master Fraser, a youth of fifteen years of age, and the only survivor of twelve persons,   who were on the station at the time. It appears, that before sunrise on the morning of the day above mentioned, the head-station was sur- rounded by upwards of 100 blacks, fully armed, and that the first intimation the survivor had of their presence was the sound of voices in one of the outer apartments, and suspecting that it came from the blacks, he...

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PUNCH. A BOYS PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

PUNCH. A BOTS PETITIOX. . ?*I-r*» Pcscb. — You are a jolly old chip. anS e friend to boys. Son- 1 ssy. old feiloir, njjl yoc just give the governor a bint not to bother us with Latin and that, out of school hours? I don't think it's fair to a felloiv. Look here. I had rmne ii-.mv- en Saturday to go with the gir's to see the Proztn Dtrp Ur.d capital well it was acted too, I can tell you,!. and on Jioodcy morn in ff we were all st breakfust. The governor was reading the {taper, aud he conies to a Latin inscription to be stuck on some hosnital (hr tbe ornlians of BOlnieis. 'litre. Cuarlcr. s:' J» be. 'what's -uba*t' Well, Mr. Pu.x:h, one'dm-su't remember everything at a moment's notice, bo 1 s..:d ' worlds.* . ? Au,* says the governor, in his dry -n ay. *tbe^ Arc bniMing an hospital so put worlds ziie--~~ sick worlds, I suppose. Perlisps worlds the Owct bus fait; and eo he went on looking at me. and the cirls giggliug like idiots as they «lir« ys do when ha says anything, never mind wh...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

IRELAND. - Mr. Smith O'Brien him addresscit to Mr. O'Flfther ty. whose recent election for Gain ay has been declared void fay a committee; of the House of Com mons, a letter containing * very silly attack on Sir T. Rsdinstim. fnrhaving. in his capacity of secretary to t'ie Irish government at the time of the famous eaWrege-garden plot, opened and inspected a. port manteau belonging to Mr. O'Brien, then attainted of high treason. Tlie object of this absurd farrago :?= to damage Kir T. Ifcdington with the electors nf wanvay. wuose courages tw is soliciting ior toe nrxt election. j The Nation announces that Mr. Tristram Ken-' nrdy, the rejected of Lontb at the last election, goes' down to Mayo under the direct auspices of Arch-; bishop M'Hule. j The DnMin Freman't Journal records the death of the Very Ri*v. Laurence Kehehan, president of, the Catholic College «f St. Patrick, Mnynooth. which took place lately at the college. SGOTXANB. The Dundee A^ttrtua- records the demise of Thomas Di...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SCHOOL OF AB15. Su-,— Visiting the north as a stnwccr, I have observed with surprise and regret the want of e School of Arts, or a Debating Society, in Ipswich Such institutions not ouly oat but fiauruh mother inland towns of Sew South Vales:, whv should int one possess the undesirable notoriety of being almost | tie only town of any extent without places where young men can spend their leisure hours of .an evening in such a manner as is likely to lead to wot mental improvement, instead of being al a sjs obliged to resort to a public-house or a billiard-room for amnsement. The Schools of Art at Maitland, Tag*. and Parramatbt, may be pointed out as examples of wbatcan be accomplished in this way even in a small community. In all cases where anything has been dene by private enterprise, the Council has not been backward in assisting. I feel confident, from what I have seen and heard, that it only wants to be fairly started in this town to go a head. To make a School of Arts both usefu...

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EXTRAORDINARY CRU[?] CON CASE. CROYDON, [?]TH AUGUST. (Before the Lord Chief Baron and a Special Jury.) [?] [?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

EXTEAOKDINAET CRIM. OOX. CASE. (Frost the 7V«j.) vnovnos, jith acgcst. (Before the Lord Chief Baron and h Special Jury.} LTLE f-. BEBBEBT. 'inis was an action brought by the plaintiff to recover damages from the defendant for having sc -iaced and debauched his wife. Tbe defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. E. James. Q.C and Mr. Han-kins irere for the plaintiff; and Serjeant Parry and Hr. I'rentice fur the defendant. Mr. jfamss, os opening the date to the Jury, said lust u was prounDiy oao 01 tue last 01 tot- same de scription that would be brongnt before a court of justice, hut at {wssenttfacphinriffhadnoatber legal remedy Torthe wrong that he lutd snstained at. Un hands of the defendant. The plaiotiu' was * younp man who was carrying on an extensive business as an upholsterer in Charlotte Street. FJtzrny Sqnun ; eo5 the defendant, win, lie was instructed, was a person of prt.perty. was considenbtv oia« than either the plaintiff « bis wife, and he b^wved wes nearly fifty years *oT ace....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

St?, — As there eas been some misunderstanding between Mr. Urcoks and me, and ae Mr. Brooks has been Wowing all over the town tbat I am the aggressor, t wish to bring the whole facts of the case Vlore the public, 60 that they can judge for thtirjclves. About ten months ago I was supply inp Mr. 31-DoDsld, of die Qaecn'e Arms, with bread; the trade price for bread st that time iras 6£. Mr. Brooks went and offered tu snpnlv Sir. M'Uousld atCkd.: conseqneutiy he got the trade away from me.* He then went snd offered to supply Mr. Xafc&r. late of the Crown Inn, at Id. under the trade price. Mr. Nahar spoke to me about it. xvhen t told him that I coald supply him st the same price, fcut nor with 21b. loaves, as I professed to sell Sib. and not lids, loaves. Sir. Kahar then s?id that he ironM contiaue to deal with me. After sir. Sahsr left the Crown Hotel. Mr. Jones came to it. from whom Mr. Brooks gut part of the custom. A Wit two months ago Sir. Brooks vras at the bar of the -Crow...

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