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FERRIS SON AND DOYLES REPORT. [LATE FERRIS AND SON] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

FERRIS SON AND IDOYLES REPORT. IT.ATrr TERenIS AND SOa] Malze.-iNew)10 Oid to 3s 0d per bushel Oats.--(sed and feed) 4s ltd to 5s 3i per bushel, ]larlcv.-(Cuopt) is; (Engltlish) toa it per bushel. Wheat.-Is. Od to Is 3d per hlusnel; (inmported) 5s to us 3d lper bushel. llran.-ls 3d to Is Id. per bushel. olutter.-0d to 1s 3d per lb. (scarce) 'IIncon,-7d to Od per lb. Clceero.-lid to bd Iper lb,. Floor.-?l'ile town 1:1 to 13! 11s per ton. Fine couns lry '131 (Adelaide) 131to 1.110. per ton. ' ihlv.-taLcerie, 71 to 81 ts. Oatenl; t to 81 per toll Onitnls,--o 10 to ;lsper c t. Potatoes,-6l to 71 U'per ton f Pigs,-Alive alboulit Id ser lb. ('lves.-les to 35s ncull. 'atllow.-(leef) t12s tit to 3 s d per erwt; (mostton) 41s to 12s perewt. rot Ifidts.--Cordl nud lhely, 13s to 15s Od ench; sma'Glll and lilht Is to 1.s 'tclIh. Shoepskins.--td to 7d per lb LouUlll Tlihllaco, tihe celcrnted 888 brlond, so per lb. Serdso--Bluc lo ll ;ss, 3s Itill tr lIt; .Ittirt gras, :i3 di0 per It tt. ; " tet ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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MR. BUCHANAN, M.L.A., ON DRUNKENNESS AND OTHER EVILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

MR. BUCHANAN, M.L.A., ON DRUNKENNESS AND OTHER EVILS. (From the Empire.) THE following lecture was delivered by Mr. David Buchanan, in the Total Ab- stinence Hall, Balmain. The lecturer said - "'The subject he had selected was one, the importance of which very se- riously affected the happiness of the human race; and one that could not be exaggerated, and which could not be too frequently brought before the public mind. Drunkenness was the prolific source of crime, and was productive of an amount of misery, appalling to con- template. It destroyed the happiness of millions, and carried with it degra- dation, disease, and death. Wherever they looked they would see it substituted vice for virtue, grinding poverty for riches, and death for life. All admitted   the gigantic evil; but to illustrate it. Suppose they were to have a visit from that most dire of disease, the Asiatic cholera, every sanitary regulation would be immediately put in force, men's minds would be alarme...

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HORRIBLE AND THRILLING NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

HORRIBLE A?ND'- THRILLING d NARRATIVE. TrrE St. John's Daily NVews, of De cember 6th, gives the "following ac- 1 count of the sufferings of John F. c Sullivan of Hadley Falls, Mass., and t his companions, deserters from tlhe whale ships Daniel Webster and 8 Ansel Gibbs, of New Bedford, in 8 Cumberland Straits, on the 4th "of August' last. The narrative was written by Sullivan. The writer i says that he had no reason for leav ing the ship, only that he was not 1 sufficiently provided against the cold I Northern climate, and was afraid of dying by scurvy. The crew of. the Ansel Gibbs complained of bad i treatment. There were John Giles, 1 boatsteerer; John. Martin, HIiram J. Davis, Fisher, who, with Sullivan r and his shipmate Warren Dutton, r constitutedthedeserting party. They stole a boat from the Ansel Gibbs, in which they managed to place a very small quantity of provisions, two guns, and a little ammunition, 1 and steered across the Straits. They left the vessel in latitude 650,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

SNEAR QUEANBEYAN. TO -BE.SOLD BY AUTCTION, SAT WVb QDAAN'S ;INN,`, On Thursday, 12th June,: 1862, : At Twelve o'Clock,- " , IFTY (50) A RO ES 'OF 'LAND,. {' one ?ilo from the Town of'Qucanbcyan, ,well-known as '.befng lately the residence of -. Locount; bounded onthe north by 'the land of tfh late A,,T. Faunce, Esq. 21 chains, 'on the west by theQuenanbeyan river 20 chains, thud securing a'" never-faillng' supply .of water. ": :',: A? substantial Slab IHut is built on the pro miises, 27 feet by 14 feot, containing two rooms. Thero'is 'also a small Cultivation Paddock, Milking Yardi&c.' -o Af Abstract ofrtho Title :(purchnso, from the ;Crown) .can be seen, and any flrthor Infor nmtiaton "obtahined, on application to I:. LEVLER' Auctioneer,' Queanboyan. . , ; : TERIMS, CAS U I3~ ,iequested forr somR pRpirs L to OutbuldWings at thliu Onlts, Qucen-n Foynn ;'' also for ` rlecting n 'i'hrba.i'a-lai1o *,:Apply, to, W. F. HAYLEY,: Quoan1bayan; or, GEL.). CAMPfB LL, Esq., Duntroon; `...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Failing to answer an indictment. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

Local Intelligence       POLICE COURT. Failing to answer an, indictment. On Tuesday last, a man named Thomas Byrne, was brought before the court, charged with having failed to appear at the Goulburn Quarter Sessions held in April 1861, to an swer an indictment for larceny. It appeared that at the time there were two counts against the prisoner; one was waived, and before the other came on, the gaoler had by mistake set the prisoner at large. A warrant was issued for his re-apprehension; a nd a few days ago he was apprehended by consta ble Smith of Bungendore, in a shepherd's hut of Mr. Powell's, on Lake George. The pri soner was remanded; and brought up again on Thursday when he was identified by ap prehending constable (Hogan) in the first in stance as the man whom he escorted to Goul burn in 1861. He was then further remanded, on the understanding that he might, at the option of the chairman, be required to stand his trial at the approaching ...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

f We do not idenoify ourselves wsit tie opimnions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerablo for' the samc.] TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--hen Dr. Lang delivered in this town his address on state-aid, you remember it was to a imixed assembly,.and amongst the audience were both thbo abolitionists and pro tectionists of the theory;' the Doctor invited any present on the d:occasion if they had any thing to advance on the contrary, to say on. No one replied; so the Doctor had it all his own way for once. The only notice that was taken of that lecture was the copious and faithful report which appeared in your co lumns, and your leading remarks in the same issue, in which, with your wonted courage and independence you avowed your sympathy with the views advanced.by the lecturer, and strengthened his position by several argu ments and illustrations of your own ; observ ing in conclusion, that what yon had written would be followed by a further treatise on the top...

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Country News. BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

.BUNGENDORE. (From a Correslpondent.) Having occasion to visit., this locality, from whence I notice you'rarely get a communication, I senid a few lines fir your columns, if youjudlge them worthy. It is more than five years since I lust saw this place, since which period it has made material, progress, although .but a small place. -Iow frequently we'hear persons speak depreciatingly of Austra lian inhind towns,-I "nican those per sons.rwho have gi.ven them but' apassing glance. By suchlparties.they are ge.ne rally condemned as "a hole of a place," and such like, epithets. Their conduct is as if one should .speak dispprragingly. of that hope of the next generation, the baby of. the present. ,But the.'baby is "all there," and possesses eyrrythizig os sential to, the future, man.' See him a few years hence and you'll say s.' then, if you don't now.' So with such places as Bungendore ; they are towns in their babyhood; and I can tell you, the Bun-l gendore of to-day is not the Bungendor...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

BREAKFAST TO THE DESTITUTE.--Yes terday morning, at an early hour, another of these interesting, yet melancholy exhibitions, recorded in our columns on Monday last, took place in one of the upper rooms of the Tem perance Hall--we allude to the breakfast given to the destitute objects found at night in the streets. On this occasion the room was nearly filled by the class of persons whom it was attempted to relieve from their present forlorn and unhappy condition. The Rev. Mr. Hartley, Primitive Methodist minister, who appears to take a great interest in the movement, presided. John Caldwell, Esq., M.L.A., and Mr. Hopkins, were also present. After the persons assembled had partaken of breakfast, some of the members of the com mittee addressed them, exhorting them to reform- from those habits of intemperance which, it was but too evident, had led them to the state they were then in, completely destitute, of every comfort, instead of being able to appear in decent apparel, and be res pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. FRANCIS GILLES & Co. RE" n6w prepared to show in the various departments of their busi ness, the largest, choicest, and most attractive stock ever offered in the colonies by one Establishment, it comprises the richest and. most recherchb selection of Ferich Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Fancy -Dresses of every • description. Rich Black Silk Glace, Noii' Imperials, Moire Antiques, French Silks in Floral, and other designs, Foulard and Washing Silks, and Checked-and Striped Silks in great variety. Foreign and British Lace, "Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Furs, Haberdashery, Trimmings, 'c. A magnificent stock of SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY SHAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clai Tar tan Reps, Double Mahairs, Foplin Droguets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen Win ceys, French Merinos, Poplinettes, &c. The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies Crinoline Petticoats, Watch Spr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Dogs are without doubt most useful animals in their place, but that certainly is not at a place of worship; it appears to be the custom with some people to take their dogs wherever they go themselves, I suppose upon the principle of "Love me, love my dog,"   but it is possible to have too much of a good thing--for instance, last Sunday in the church to which I went, there were two dogs, one of which established himself under my seat, and amused himself by a most animated hunt   after certain fleas, which had established themselves in his hide, for warm winter's quarters; the other one coming every five minutes to see how he progressed with his sport, and walking round and round my legs, apparently trying to find a vulnerable spot into which he could insert his fangs, but to my infinite relief, just as I fancied he had found the spot he had been so long looking for, off he starts, having caught a glimpse of another smal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

PUPPLEMENTARY IIST 'of ' Subscribers; towards the, fund' for the' -Erection of a Presbyterian Church at Quean. b e y a n ': .? . / i . 'Amount previously advertised ::.- 488'7 0 Joseph ,Webb,' Tidmanbilly ...... 1 1 0 'William Webb, . ',;? ...? 1 0 E.Smlth, Ginlnderra ............. . 1, -0 0 Richard Shuniac,', ...........: 0 0 :Thomas WVells, ,, ....... O 10 0 James Hatch, , ................ 0 E.- Ward . ,, 6.......... ' 0 W.R.;: M?IArthy, J.P., Glenwood ': ,0:I10, 60 James Rankin, Duntroon .... ...... 1 .0, 0. John C. Woods, ," ........ ' 1 ' 0 William Hollltt, ,, .......-. ?? O '5. 0" William Moore, .... ~.0i ; 0 -'0 John Kealiman, Terence O'Rourke;,, r, ?:.0.:'....i . 6 0o Cornelius O'Rourke, ,, 0........ u .10, •Patrick O'Rourke,:' " ..... ; ....6' 0 Michael O'Rod ke, .,,, .. .. r 0 5 James Ross, , ...... 10. 0 Jaimes M'Intosh, Dunn.'s Flats ... 1'` 0 O Joseph Oldfleld, Queanbeyan .:... 7, 0 Huigh M'Pherson, Guise a Flats. 1 0 0 .An Oddfellow, J. '... ............ 10 0 0 Ryrle B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

A. One Pound Note - orwarded.t ,.the Proprietor S of this' Jotlal;i fensure its tmrans= .mission.throughithelpo(to hny)'nddress with in the Colonies for Twelve Mlonths.,? Reiiutances in Postage Stamps )ARTIES residingu gt a distance, and indebtfed to the Proprietor of this journal in'small sums under £1, are informed that in such cases payment 'can be made. in twopenuy or, penny postage stamps, but no other stirups will he received. Birthssmarriages, & Deaths., OR the insertion of notices of " the above description in thisjournal,i future the charge will be One Shilling cash for each insertion. The credit charge will be na hitherto. , Department of Lands, S..- .. .Sydney, 2nd May, 1862.: ~ IS Excellency the Governor, with the adviceof the Executive Council;, S dilects it to be notified that, in pursuance of the provisions of the" Crowni Lands Alienation Act, 1861, the Lands specified ,in, the Schedule appended hereto, shall be reserved from sale until surveyed, for the prese...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

TO, THE EDITOR OF TILE, OOLDEN AOEL Sir,--Myself, and iany other parties through the district that I have been speaking to !felt' somewhat disapppinted.at your not publishing as'hitherto; a list of the cases for trial at' the DistrictiCour!nuowisitting. :Knowingy.our de sire at all times to furnish the:public with all 'matters aippertaining to their' intere'sts ahndi niotdouliting the readiness-of the Police Ma. gistrate to grant thelittle.information required, we can only attribute the present omission of this useful matter to yoir absence from town last week. Trusting.thil slight remembrancer may act as a useful hint iin future, ' . I am your's truly, . I -' ' -A SUBSCRIBER.',

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 31. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

S -aooLDEN AoGE" Office, May 31. 7- The Prices quoted belos hnne reference only to trnsace ions bcttween the producer and first purchaser. QUEAN3EA.N MAItIRKET. Vlc r, per ton, fine £17; seconds, 10; rations, £15: ,.d - .aid VWt:lt, er bsl, ... ... .. 5 6 to 0' 0 ,1 tta .. . ... - .. 1: 3 to 0 0 HILize, ditto ... ... .... ... O 0 to 0 0 liarlry, ditto ... ... .. 4 0 to 4 0 Oats, ditto . 6 0 to 0 0 Ilay, per ton, .. .. c. to oL. 10 Butter, (salt) i to 0 nn, ... 0 to 0 7 Cheenu, ... 0 6 to t 7 Eggs, ... l to 0 0 Potatoes, per crt. ... 5s. ln;: t'sbl.i 1. ltl. to l s. 10s.; Giles, It. 1ts, ocr head. l? -aEop,I?O..t 0o 2O., per heard l.d Pigs, td. per pound - - l - I.?7-4 .- d. to to. each - Shecloskin, 41d. to 'd lb - TalowV,per too, 281, to t01., for gouod mnplue. .C Oarrigep,'per to,--Sdney to Qunalnboytn, 71. 10s. to 91. Queantiyan to Couoio, 31. Its. to i1. :,', U"' LrOTATIONS 1 ,.ITmE MIrLLS. - ine flour. 1,1. Sccola,,l1l1. IWhelt ...6s Cd to OsOd ' .lltations, 151. per ton ;. Pol...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

S,-liloundillhiit],. (Prom the 'Oovernment Gazette, May 20th.) At KE".IL WORTII, ass, on the 5th, May, from Jeir, by order qf R. P. Johnston, Es. ; damages aiid driving So. 8d. each : S. One dark grePyfilly, long tail, near' hind and off fore fellocks white,. P '.shoulders ;; one dark prey filly, star,.illegible brand like 8 or. S near ;! shoulder. Also, on the 0lth, fron samneplace; damages and driaing 10l s d. each: One black filly, long tail, 'l7B or LB1 conjoined '.r ff shoulder, like i of cheek ; one bay nmare, hollow bach, P1' near shoulder; brown filly at olbot, unbranded; one dark grey filly, star, switch tail, like T'T conjoined over 1 near shoulder; one bay colt, long tail, wohite on near hindfellock, PS . ear shoulder ; one' dhrk bay colt, long tail, .4 near shoulder and thigh; one dark bay nmare, star, long tail, lHD or Ilb sideways near cheek, :"II1) or 1L near shoulder ; bay horse foal at foot, unbranded; one brown filly, switch tail, PY shoulders. If not r:eltcaed, wi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

MARRIED, On the 22nd inst., by specal license, by the Rev. P. G. Smith, at Canberra, George Clarke, widower, to Mary Mulligan, widow, both of Charnwood.

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EXECUTION OF A SLAVE CAPTAIN.—REVOLTING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

'"EXEOUTION OF A SLAVE CAP CAPTAIN NATHANIEPL2.GoRDON, formerly .qmm aderLfthe slave ship, Erie sx.c? &edat Niw York on-=tl e2 2 SI ebrfia,'r The trial took place some time . ao, but a respite had been gran ,.; rted 1by fthetPresident n complih . ncer:with, urgent :entreaties ade dressed to-him.uý - The ch lrg gansa t Gordoh. .as clearly pryod. A citizen ~fi he . United Sittes, heivva acusled of` it srting Afica slaves in defiaqie of:ttle'Acqtrof Congress of the y.e 1.819,4hich.. .tiough, thlis .l.wsis ujpwarcds of forty years old~ we 1bqlieve this .is to fifys ifictiike i r hwliclh it has been acted upon. It s no torious, indeed! that a lar ?e ``a porticn..of ?? 9apltal emnlooyed int.h! ? s gve-t;?te is suppne.lie , , 19e, YrW, andi l.,w. are not sur-. prisec .to learn tn at a pctitioi, sig~n'ed b ly h ant ds .of tler Shants-mth y, wa .ese :!: ted: to 'Pe ia iincoln fn :be "! halfof.. 'Cap.w 'Gbi'do o :. "In the days of President Buchanan: t~herewouldshave be? no neces-, ty...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1862. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

"° a. a: °niriý norg SATURDAY, M1fAY 31st, 1862. OPENING ,QOF PARLIAMENT. TELEGRAMS to our Southern. cotitem -poraries announce the opening of Parliament.ori Tuesday last, by. the Governor in person. The, weather was fine aind there was a large atten dance of ladies. The: speech was vefry satisfactory. It 'condoles with 1the Queen on her late severe bereave-; nient. Congratulations are offered, on the continuance of peace and the prosperity of the colony. It recom mends thegconsideration of a uniform tariff; suggests the immediate com mencement -of the new'Houses of Parliament,-hnd promises Bills for conistriicting the Upper Chamber on an elective basis; for the abolition of State Aid; for promoting primary Educatioi'; amending Acts regula ting the Customs, as well as Postage, Impounding, _and Insolvency Acts, und for iuithirisinig liens-on agricul tural produce, and other matters. WE have to apologise to our readers for,the absence of our leading mat tar on the' coimmencement of th...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not indentify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, not are we in anywise answerable for the same.] (Per favour of the Golden Age) REV. A. D. SOARES, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

S: etteits to the Qditot. rWe do not identify ourselves with the opinions exprcseed under this head, nor are we in anywise annwerable'for the same.) fft (Per favour oflthe GoldensAge1) . Rev: AD. ! D SSoAaEB, SR.ev' Sir,- The' issue of the' Golden Age of May 17t~ eprtsi -aspeech' Iiiade by you at a tea meeting.held in Queanbeyan.t In the conclusion of that speech you warned your hearers against the unsound arguments of those who prefer the voluntary principle to state-aid, and I thought on reading your. speech, it would be quiteas well if a few re marks from a voluntaryjwere to appear' i tlhe same journali: -The granderror. of-the-Anglican Church Is her resting on the state for -sustenance and. power, without the slighteeat warrint: from the Word of God foreltlh'ier. -I'admit the whole of of th'e Jewish dispen? satfon to have been necessary rand .right, be cause it was an institution of Jehovahli; but.I cannot admit the lawfulness' of a connection, of church and state under the Chri...

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ROB ROY RACES, 1862. To come off on the 9th and 10th of June next. FIRST DAY.—Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

ROB ROY RACES, 1862. To come off on the 9th-and' 10th` of ) June next.; , FIRST DAY.-MODDAY. ` FinsT RAGE.-For a Horse broken 'to sa ddle' and harness, valued at £5. SECOND RoACE-For a three-,year-old Colt;, b I rokenito saddle,ivalued at £56:. ; ; TumiR RAOE.-For a Gold Watch, valued at. SECOND DALY.-TtESDAY. , FIRms RACE.-For a Timor Filly, ,broken to" . saddle, valued at £5. , SECOND iRACE.--For a four-year-old Colt,r broken to saddle and harness, valued% at' £6. THIRD RACE.-For a Silver Hunting Watch,; valued at £1 1Os., to be run for..by all horses beaten during the meeting. S; RULES. 1. Entrance ln each: race must be- to the, amount of the prize. - 2. Stewards and judge to be appointed okn the: ground, the' decision of whom shall be final. 8. Allhorsesc that.h'ave ever.won an adver tised prize shall be disqualified:: 4. .No horse will be entered, but untrained. hacks. - N.B.-A BALL AND SUPPER ,will take place at the Hand and Heart, on the night of Tue. :day, the 10th of J3ne.'...

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