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A VISIT TO THE SURRENDEN VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

A VISIT TO TJIIi SURFENDEN riNETARD. Midwinter is no1 tho season of tho year which would ordinarily bo selcotcd by persons interested in Hie cultivât ion ol' Iho vino to form nu opinion of Iho iidnplubilily, or otherwise lo lito colony ol' this very useful branch of industry, but (lioso who havo visited the Surrenden Farm dilling (ho pleasant mondia of summer-wiio huyo ouco piirtnkoii ol' the English hospitality nlirnys exhibited by tho owners of that protty lit t lo spot, uro up I to forgot tho Benson iu tho anticipation of tho cordial wdeoino thoy me certain to receive lifter a pleasant escupo for a timo from tho daily drudgery of u tonn life. To yvitness tho improvements which havo been made through tho untiring perHovoranco of ono individual-at a timo when every obstacle wits opposed to him, íb ni nil times a maller of interest, bul it becomes tho moro so when it is proved that tho " forosl primeval" has been so changed by cultivation as to alford luxuries mid comforts to others...

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NEW ZEALAND. NOTES ON THE RECENT ENGAGE-MENT AT TE RANGA. from the Correspondent of the S.M. Herald. Auckland, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

NEW ZEALAND. NOTES ON TUE RECENT ENGAGE ML* T AT TE RANGA (rtom thoConcspoudent of the S JW Heiahl) Aucklnnd, Julj 1 Tue recent victory of the troops at Tauranga seems to have lind Olio important cfl'ct, that ol' disorganising the plans of tho rebels ¡ for by tho latest advices from thoro thoy bud kept al a 6iifo distance. Whatever maj' havo been their sanguine ex- pectations of a vietory-and thoy had some ground for hoping for ono from tho unfortunate reverso which bofcl our troops not long ago near (he sante pWe-it is evident that thoj- did not contemplate so decisive a defeat. On (he contrary tlicj' seem to have been emboldened bj- their previous successes, and. cmboldcnod to a rashness which is not nt nil cha- racteristic of their mode of warfare. How elso could Ihey havo been tempted to commence entrenching themselves in n position least favor- able to their retreat ? It would of course have been a much moro difficult matter to have dis- lodged them from their position if they ...

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A HARD CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

A HARD CASE. to the editor op the brisbane corni cr. gjB _I think it a duty to the public and my self to mako known the following fuel yvhich I was most unfauly pievcnted fiom ehcitmg on my recent trial nt tho Polico couit, on n elim go of stealing fowli In common viirh many ollieis I considct a more unjust nnd ouli lgeous in frtngement on thelibcity of the subject is not recorded in oin Police com t annals I may mention that I buy largo quantities of poulti v foi sale the best of vv Inch at o placed in a huge coop m front of my shop J he fowl windi I was accused of having illegally in mj possession was placed in the coop and could bL seen by overy pn«sei by After the shop lamps were lit Di Tufncll s servant called to know if lind bought nnj fowls I a lsvvucd that I had -one Ho nsl ed to seo it as tho bishop lind lind somo stolen fiom huit Mv wife ht a candle and on examining the coop tho mau selccfcda foul which was bl ought into the shop when ho «nid it i esembled but w is sinnllc...

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MARYBOROUGH. From the Chronicle,July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (From tho Chronicle, July 14.) - » r ore unablo to account foi tho non an pearaiitc as yet of tho black police reported to nave started from Brisbano foi this district almost three weeks ago We hope they lmvo not o«t their way eithei thiough tho mazes of snub or led tape, and still expect their »Ppcarancc patiently Wo nre glad to find that |°nuie whole the exclusion of blacks fiom tho I'ovn is working well, and that quietness pre 'aus in tho distiiel Iho only outrago of wInch vvelmcheird recently is one that occuned at IT Hiver-about fifty miles by vvatei n ^1,? nb,0r0l,Sl1 A l,art' °f lumberers *m.i n0n,ploTcnt °f Ml w«"v«. "' tho ÏLû . ' c,alled lnst ^^ to inform us Ka"l" '"I b«T robbed of nil their rations ETT C 'J'1 tho blllcks Tt 8ecm» «'at for ic P«ipo«o of economising labor, tho working limE,\mv,,ded »ko two-one lot drawing 0 tim ? °f ' ,0 scrub' wIllI° tbo other« attend other"fllng ic Theu huti, m MhjeU Iron, ii" T' nbout two miles cq>» "stnnt ccln,, i ¿""V"'...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALKá xiï AUUiiU,* THIS DAY. U,t * MARTIN, at 11 o'clock, at the Cib Uiction Mmt lund on an 1 neai the Ips wich road Wolston and nt fin "dpi MEsüRS DICKbOV V\D DUNGAY, nt 11 o clock, nt theil Auction Muit Lmd at Breakfast Cieck, South Bush me, Spun ' Hill, Mary borough, un 1 Bowen Viso, Dronfield! on Wiikliam Ici-ace Mit W H KP VI, at 11 o clock, at Tnttcr sall s Hoise Bazaar Horses, Di ays, Hiuniss Racing Siro " Mahomet " ' MU R CRAWrORD, at 11 oclo-k, at the RoMil Horse Bi?aar Hornes, Di ay», feprin . Carls, llurncss S.c °

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SATURDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

METtíOilJLOcMO lu O IM ¡2.1 VA IT J.id. Saturday, July IG. Biïisbvne-9 am Baionictei (conectetl), 29GG0, theimoinotcr (shade), 37 9 , ditto (dry bulb), G7 9, ditto (wet bulb), 52 2, fo io of wind 3, duection, S WS , extent of cloud, 1, wcathu, fino with u thick haze (Per Electi ic Telegraph ) Wuiw ich -9 a in Barometer (conccted), 28 202 , thermometer (shade), 50 5 , ditto (dn bulb), 50 , ditto (wet bulb), 17, foice of wind, 1, direction, W S W , extent of cloud, 9 , weather, cloudy Wind ami Weither-9 am Luton, W and fine, thick haro, Ipswich, W and Uno , Lautlot, W and cloud\ , Toowoomba, W and dull, Dray lou, W S W and cloudy , Dulby, S W und cloud t W ¡ ure informed 1 hut a public meeting was held at St Patncks davern on Ihursdav ctcning last for tho purpose ol foumile, a Irudcsinou s Cricket Club 'Ihero was iv Miy i,ood attcudanco Thirty names wero fjivcn in as members, oncl a committco was ioimcd for tho purposo of passing b\c laws and to submit them to a general meeting to bo ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS. TOOWOOMBA. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

TM¡E,E?fRAPMMC (prom otra telügeapiiio cobbespondents.) TOOWOOMBA. July 16. Jon» Collins, tried for the murder of DTanson, of the Wallan Station, Condamine, was found guilty of manslaughter. Sentence was deferred. William Nott, late superintendent to Mr. E. Morey, of Roma, was convicted of stealing a cash-box containing £400, and wa« sentenced to l8 months' imprisonment. The stabbing caso at Drayton, in which John ffanlan was the accused, was palled on, and a plea entered of not guilty. Mr. Blakenoy, who appeared for the defence, objected to the com- mission produced by Mr. Goro Jones authoris- ing bim to prosoeuto for the Crown, inasmuch as Ibero ivas no duto to the Governor's signature. It was stated that Mr. Blakoney saw the Attorney-General fill in thedutcj and the Crown Solicitor swore that it had been filled in on the 11th instant. A long argument took plnco on tim laxity of the Governor in signing such a commission, and the trial was ordered to be proceeded with. A point was,...

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF QUEENSLAND SHOW, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETF OF QUEEXSLAXD SHOW, 1864. The show this year, although not numerically so lnrgo ns upon previous occasions, was yet ex- cellent as to tho merits of the stock, drawing forth decided approbation from all capablo of exercising a discriminating j'udgment. Beside» stock, for yvhich alono prizes were awarded, Messrs. Fraser and Buckland, of Brisbane, very spiritedly exiiibited a selection of machinery, Se. Amongst other article«, were Barrett and Exoil« two-wheel and swing plough, Hornsby «na Groy's Scotch plough, iron barrows, whtppio trees, chaff-cutters and corn mill«, and iron proof safes, &c, &c. , The following wero the prizes awarded by tua judges appointed by the society :- _ Best ram lamb, (silver cup promised by «. Tooth, Esq., in 1860)T-John Deuchar, Glen- gallan. ' . Best pon of 5 rams-Marshall and Deuchar Silver medal. Best pen of 5 ewes-Ditto ditto ditto. Best colonial bred cow-Isaao and Do St. Jcan' Gowrie-Siver medal. i Second bes...

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THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

THE GAZETTE. Tire follow mg appeared m the Goiernment Gazette of Saturday - Appointants -William Cave, Esq , Clerk of Petty Sessions, Princhester, to bo Clerk of Petty Sessions at Clermont, y ico Wheeler, np pointed to Princhester Joint Georgo Wheeler, lisq , Cleik of Petty Sessions, Clermont, to be Clerk of Pcttj Sessions at Princhester, vico Cave, appointed to Clermont Mr Georgo James Rooks Sub Inspector of Police nt Ingle wood, Macuitvto Brook, to bo an Inspector of Slaughtei houses Charles Henry Lambert, Esq , and Edward Whce'or, Esq , to bo Sub Inspcctoi s of Police Charles Rj der, as Pound keeper foi tho District ef Taroom, vice Robert Lennon MTnddcn, whoso resignation has been acceptod John* Cofloy has boen appointed Bnihtrof the Court of Requests, vico John Con roj, i cotgned Mr Joseph Mooro La Barte, as Bathfl of tho Petty Debts Court for the Du trtot of Wide Baj Licfnsed Strnv etor -Mr Peter M'Goldricl, of Brisbane, has been hcen«ed as a Survevor, to act undor the piovisio...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY l8, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

8Cjje Couran** PL7BLISIIIÎD DAILY. MOXJJAi; JULY l8, 1SÜL 1 iiu e\i te ill imotigst a popiihtuu of a gene ii mid \siltl\ «pieil sy, nip illr\ with uimc ia one if the ¿leitest cm ts tint nn ifliict in\ coiniminitj JhcliKc st nid tul «Inch eie\iles i loll cutti 11= aul cle\ei hw biei' ci to the Innis of p pul u lieio woislup, «is îcbiilcl ni i most admuubje mamiei hy the Chief Jus tice of yew South Wales when lie pisscl sentence upon the notouous lnislii nigel Gutnivrn Sa Awhld St* puen pointe 1 out that the tunis ot hcnisin displumed bj the police m their encountei yyitli th se despei tte maiaiuleis known ns Imsluingcis uc utnlcumly unnoticed flic imp es ton ippc-us to be tint if a piliccmin peifoinis an net of heroism it should not be rem irked upon uni tint it in uiulesciwng of s\m pitlij bceiuscihe ictoi in tho nnttei is pml so much pei diem out of the public funds 1 he hooper who yylien wounded, ficed GutDiNER in the îohhei s own stioughold, wheic the chances wete (hit any fiesh ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

K«0»i!»OA TILL »XT rOSLIOiTIOR. 1» I Moad»T, I 8 6» S I» ifcwlc.-jr«!!, July 1», 4b. «01, p.p.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

MHMPPIXtl. ARRIVALS. JUXT 16.-Policeman, schooner, 75 toni, Captain Rohan, from Maryborough. July 17.-Lady »Bowen, steamer, 700 tons, Captain Curphey, from Rockhampton, Glad atone, and Maryborough. Passengers: Mrs. M'Donald, Mrs. Milne, Mrs. Scott and family (4), Mr». Pugh, Mrs.. Marcus, Messrs. Fife, Mullards, D. Briden, G. E. Dalrymple, J. Douglas, H. Jordan, J. Thompson, A Fyffe, T. Coates, D. Baillie, J. H. Scott, H. Unwin, J. Scott, Curti», J. Haye», Webster, R. J. Mor reasy, B. Cribb, T. Jones, Carpenter, S. L. Prince, W. Barlow, J. A. Austin, Bird, Langley, J. Wioland, R. Taylor, J. S. Turner, Woolfe, Bull, Eev. B. Dixon, Rev. B. E. Shaw, Rev. J. H. Poole, and about 70 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. July_16.-City of Brisbane, steamer, 840 tons, Cant. F.O. Knight, for Sydney. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Merry, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Bryant, Messrs. Robertson, H. Wakefield, T. J. Stutehbury, W. Barton, Master Hobbs, and 12 - in the steerage IMPORTS. Policeman, from Maryborough ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

-ROCKHAMPTON. Br the Q. ,S. N. Company's steamer, Lady Bowen, yvo havo received files from Rockhampton to tho 14th( instant. Wo extract the fol- lowing : Wo regret that a well-founded rumour pre- vails of the death by drowning, yesterday, of, Mr. Hicks, an estimable young gentleman in the employ of Messrs. Archer, of Gracemere, Particulars of tho sod occurrence have not reached us. The long-desideraied survoy of Keppel Bay will shortly bo commenced, H. M. schooner Pearl, with Captain Jefferys, R.N., Admiralty surveyor, hnvitig arrived. 'Tho result of a careful survey such as that executed by (his officer in Hervey'« Bny, will be quickly manifest in, tho increased confidence felt by ship-owners as to the navigation of" these waters, and their greater readiness to charter vessels to the Nor- thern Ports. Tho Lady Bowen, tho now steamer spe- cially built 'for tho Queensland Steam Naviga- tion" Company, and commanded by Captain Curphey, now lies at Rockhampton, and allords a poffect tre...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE RUMOURED ORANGE MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

COHnESPOlVnENCE. THE BÜMOUXED 0B4.NGE MEETING. TO THE EDITO!! OF THE BBISBA3ÍB COUIUEB. sim-Permit mo to correcta misstatoment, whidi' appeared in tho Owrie, of to-day, m a Ser of Mr. Hcal's, in which ho charges me, in eoniuiiction with another, " of accosting lum m the street, and threatening to bring a mob to destroy hi» house." This is not the fact; I I new nothing of tho intended meeting at Ins ¿ouse and was walking, on the occasion referred in in Queen-street on ray own busuioss, when I "as caUed on by my friend (not my brothdr-ui ,,,a jfr. Mayne, and introduced to Mr. Heal. When listening for a little to their conversation, T cinressed my disapprobation of party feuds, nndUld Mr. Heal that if he vvcro aware of tho evil "results of secret societies of that nuturo I "". convinced ho would not countenanco them in any way. This is all. I know of the affair, liavuic been neither in tho valley on tho occa- sion nor interfering in the matter in any way ¡ I find my omi business suffic...

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GOONDIWINDI. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

GOONDIWINDI. (moir otrn own cobhespondext.) July 10. Clew cold weather, that tightens the nerve and makes tho ev o sparkle, has been oui s foi the last fortnight, with every uppcaranie of its con- tinuance Goondiwindi lins gono to Toowoomba to tho assies, and Toowoomba has somo to Goondiwindi to sell potatoes, three diny loads of which hove been disposed of at 22s per cn t, anti the demand not satisfied Our cullivatois, intending to grow largely this season reqnuo picul v of seed, and speaking of seed, wo thing our neighbors m Toon oomba might profitablv supply us with a stock of young ti co?, t uti nigs, seeds, ic, which being very scnico hcio would fetch a good price A mob of tut cuttle, on then way to Busbnno, I passed to day , tljoy aio from the station of Mr Clines, soino sisty miles down tho river This is a step m the right direction Wo hopo Mr Clines may find it to his piofit to con- tinue his diafts to our own port, m ftciJ of, as lutheito, to tho distant mnikcts of New Sout...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

STATIONS FOR SALE.-Two Stations on Peak Downs, really first-class, and »overol other Valuable Properties in Queensland, in full working ¡ also, some Unstocked Country in New South Wales. Apply to HENRY BEIT, 5, Wynyard-streot, Sydney._705 AVELLINGTON. LITHOGRAPHS of tho nbovo MARINE VILLAGE aro NOW READY at my Office where Allotments may bo selected by privato contract. ' JAMES WARNER, Survoyor, and 702 Land Broker. NOTICE. FOR PRIVATE SALE. THE AVholo of tho UNSOLD ALLOT- MENTS in tho FENNISCOAVLES ESTATE, In closo proximity to tho Residence of Captais O'Rielly, and adjoining tho Property of tho Hon. R. G. W. Hemmt. Terms Easy. For particulars apply to ARTHUR MARTIN, 431 Queen-street. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. F iOR SALE by the SUBSCRIBER. Bowen Terrace-Quarter aero allotments on the high land overlooking tho river, nnd nour tho rosidenco of E. B. Forrest, Esq. Wickham Terrace-Allotments fronting tho con- tinuation of Edward-street. Now Farm Road-Two threc-roomed cottages, commanding a ...

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THE TRIAL OF GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

I TSE TRIAL OF QABDINEB. , M following able address was delivered by LïLdStephenprends topassmgsentence ^^conviLtGardmer -»Ibaye Teryfew fi! to moke, but I feel it my duty to make [emarksto mun baTe Baid t bo ^JsndThaveno means of knowing that M£I!Zj coil rejoice, for your own sake, that '5 n0 L ÏÏ Xovents repentant, and deter 1 T¿Preform I have knoVn you and of you ed^ number of year«, and I know that Sufficient ability and common sense to *«u31 that-fupposing you to be as fuUy hd^m¡d to lead a correct We as you «ay you r"Z cannot but bo aware that a Judge Ka «us place owes a duty to society fch1S ,mthmc of that kind can countervail |te\unno mg jon to be thoroughly reformed, s, ,5 vou and others only to consider ho ES«.oxamnlo you haye held out to this Hmitv Tlmt a career you havo led ' You fetotho aptninof a baud of lobbois fS you say tot y?" topent, if i bo teal, I £T »in haly glad, ¿or )0ut Bake, that it is so fit on tho other hand, I do not seo how society 1 Ó te aflected by th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

" MAILS PER BOMBAY. General Post Office, Brisbane, July 16, 1864. MAILS per tho P. and O.S.N. Company's steamer Bombay, will bo made up at tins office, and despatched rio Sydney, per ', as under : For all places oxcept Sydney, Melbourne, and the United Kingdom, the MAIL will close on MONDAY, tho 18th instant, at 8 p.m. Registered Letters must bo posted beforo 5 p.m. tho samo day. For Sydney, Melbourne, and the U.nited Kixgdom only, tho Mail will closo ou the same day at IO p.m. Registered Letters will bo rocoived until 6 p.m. Note.-Letters for the United Kingdom only marked " via Marseilles," also letters for the colonies of yew South. Wales and Victoria, being fully prepaid, and bearing a LATE FEE of ed. in addition to tho usual rates of postage, will be received at the General Post Office until midnight. NEW3PAPEH3.-For all pkices except Sydney, Melbourno, and tho Unitod Kingdom, al 4 p.m. For Sydney, Molbourne, and the United King- dom at 5 pan. Tho following mails will bo despat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

Auction Sales. NOW IN COURSE OF SURVEY, Por tions Nos: 73 and 74, parish of South Brisbane, fronting the WOOLOONGABBA WATER RESERVE, One Mue Swamp, one lot only from the junc- tion of South Brisbane and Kangaroo Point Botda to Ipswich. Full particular* in future advertisements. 184_*_ARTHUR MARTIN. PROCLAMATION. _By His Excellency Sir Geoboe FebQusos Bowe», Knight Grand Ctobs of the Moat Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, Captain-General nnd Governor-in * Chief of the Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies, and Vice-Adnural of the same, <fcc" &c, &c. IN pursuance of the authority in me vested, and in accordance willi tho prov isions of tho-Act 24 Victoria, No. 15, respecting tho Alienation of Crown Lands ¡ I, the Governor aforesaid, with tho advice of tho Executive Council, do hereby notify-nnd proclaim that the following Lot«of Land will be offered for salo by public auction, nt tho undermentioned places, at Eleven o'clock on the days s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864

Auction Sales. Tins DAY. MONDAY'S REGUEAR SALE. W11. KENT will sell by auction, on . MONDAY, July l8, at Tottersall's Horse Bazaar, nt 11 o'clock, HORSES, Drays, Spring Carts, &c, &c. Terms-Cash. 718 THIS DAY. TO BREEDERS OF BLOOD STOCK, RACING MEN, AND OTHERS. Wn. KENT has been favored with in . structions from tho Breeder, Henry Hall, Esq., Charnwood, N.S.W., to sell by auction, at Tattersall'« Horso Bazaar, on MON- DAY, July l8, ut 11 o'clock, That magnificent Whito Stallion MAHOMET. Mahomet is a puro white, foaled on tho 1-Hli Novomber, 1855, got by tho Arab horso Abdool (imported), out of Laura, by tho imported Arab horso Rolla ; g.d. by tho imported Arab horso Old Satellite ¡ g.g.tl. by tho imported Arab horso Model. Laura was bred by the late Colonel Duniaresquc. Wurrnnted sound, quiet, and a suro foal getter. Terms at sale. CS5 - -Auction Sales. THIS DAY. . MONDAY'S SALE Oh" HORSES, &c. Royal Horso Bazaar. ROBERT CRAWFORD vvUl sell by auction, on MOND...

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