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MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

MAUNCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS. THE Grand Annual Committee meeting was held on Thursday in the District Chambers, Emu Inn. Present-Prov. D.G.M. Edward John-Fox, chairman, Prov. C. S. Chai'les Sydney Fuller; delegates-Loyal Strangers' Friend Lodge, Goulburn-N.G. John Peard and P. S. Bushman; Prince of Wales Friend Lodge, Yass-P.G. James Dbyall; Victoria Lodge-P.G. William Wilkie ana1: N.G. Henry Baxter; Burrangong Lodge, Young P.P.G.M Elijah Hines and P.P.G.M. George Gray; Southern Star Lodge, Wagga Wagga P.P.G.M. Robert Jackson and P.P.G.M. William Shannon; Murrumburrah Lodge P.P.G.M. Thomas Wilkie junr.; Star of Peelwood Lodge-Secretary J. Noble; Southern Cross Lodge, Marulan-2V.G Joseph W. Cade. There was no _repre sentative from the Bond of Friendship Lodge Burrowa. P.P.G.M. Hines acted as vice chairman. The Prov. D.G.M., in the absence of. the, Prov. G.M., opened the meeting shortly after three o'clock, when the officers and delegates: above named answered, and an apology was: rec...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

QUEANB3EYAN NEWSS TcIweat her, hhas' been; very. hot. lately. The thermometer rose to too degress in the shade on Friday last ' but ti day there is every;ap pearance of hrain whichis very badly;wanted in this district t e iver is very low, almost ata standstill; and tot thegreatest annoyance of the. townspeople, parties of boys may bl seen bathingmi the river, while:iatthe same; time.thewatercasks are being filled for the uses of thepeople If this sort of thing is allowed to go on, I think?thle town will :be visited with much `sickness:I i'ope ;ome of ourt townspeople, especially the police, will look to tlie matter at once. On:n Friday evering last Mr. K.Schofield of this town ,had a very narrow escape of being gored to death or severely hurt:., It applears; thlat Schofield, .in company .with` seveial others,; was. driving .some bullocks off the?; lains to the town killing yard and wheni within ;about f.:hialf-a-mile of the; town, Sch?6 field's horse took fright 'iid ra in iamongst...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

[REUTERS TELEGRAMS. I LutNDON, JA,. 5. IN consequence of the serious character of the news daily arriving from the Transvaal orders have been issued for the despatch of a further contingent of troops, and they will leave for Natal without delay. The rebellions Boers have assumed offensive operations, and have despatched all available forces south, and have entered the province of Natal taking up a position on the direct route to the Transvaal; the object being to prevent the troops effecting a junction with the garrisons of Stander storm and Wachterstroom. There was great excitement at Liverpool yester ,day, in consequence of the discovery of an attempt to destroy the docks of that town by means of a series of explosions of petroleum; but the attempts miscarried. Nothing is positively known about the perpetrators. An authoritative denial is given to a rumour current yesterday, to the effect that a torpedo was found under the bows of the war ship Lord War. den.

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. AN abstract of the revenue of receipts and expendi ture wvas issued yesterday afternoon. The total revenue proper, under the various heads, for the past quarter amounts to £1,583,260, being an in crease of £333 426 on the corresponding period of last year. Nearly all the departments show an increase. The net balance to the credit of the Consoli. dated Revenue Fund on the 31st December was £1,905,665. The total revenue of the year gives a net in crease of £30,325. The proprietors of the New South Wales Marine ant Sydney Insurance Companies have decided to accept an offer from the Commercial Union of London to purchase the business and goodwill of both companies. The steamer MIenmnur has arrived at Cooktown from Foochow, and brings a hundred and twenty. ive Chinese for Sydney. News from Port Darwin is discouraging; every. one ill of fever. At the wool sales yesterday competition was brisk. Greasy realized 6!d to 12...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

T-isvELYA-N The Marquis' voice faltered, and a deadly allor momentarily displaced the angry flush n his cheeks. ' I suppose I was hard on the boy---I will acknowledge that;' his lordship, resumed after a brief pause, the flush burning fiercely again. 'Adlowe,my sister's son, aiid Geoffrey's cousin, was the boy's constant compianion and friend. Adlowe was a slow cautious schem ing sort of youth. He nieverimposed on me, though he thinks he did: :It :was he- who first led Geoffrey - into, extravagant habits That fact I have discovered' since, but it is '0of little account. The lad .n hust have. been made of poor stuff if he could easily be lled from the right path. I have noo respect for a yielding milk-and-water nature !',. ' Poor Geoffrey l' sighed Giralda.':.: Lord Trevelyan looked at her in angry sur prise. : ' Listen !' he cried. ' You shalllearn if li was worth your pity !' 'One day I refused Geoffrey money. I deeii'edd iti?ecesgary to bring him up to Spartan" habits of economy, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

Wanted. / R]IECTABLE WOMAN to act is COOK adAUNDRESS. Housemaid k pt. MRs. L. B'TZGEKALD, Star Hotel. '" tated, i/GENERAL SE 'NT. MRs. JE EP, Australian Store. Wa ed, tIMP OVERS to the D S SSMAKING; /also PPRENTICES. App , Miss KINGADON' Anubdrn-street. Wanted, 41 R 500 SHEEP, on the halves or tn terms 4 o bd arranged. JOHN O'BRIE , Dead Man' eek, near Gunning. - Wannted, ,GENERAL SERVANT. Apply E f- AND CROWN, Clifford-street, Gou 'Weieated, A LAUNDRESS by the day or as y be arranged. Apply to Mas. Fe L Y, Ardgowan, Yass Road. W?F ted, B SPECTABLE HO SEMAID; good iv es, AHpply, Mrs. WOR URST, Post lice Hotel, Auburn-street. WVanute ad, SHOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. JCOB, Auburn. street. Wa? n ted, A \E@SPECTABLE MAN, as Coac an ad - rdoner. Apply to Mr. W. *S, Elsme? Goulburn. Wan ed, A NK SINKER. pply to BIAS ,A bI ODEN, Goulburn\ . Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as iren* tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. WOOD & CO'S., Auburnestreet. V anted, AT Gillespie's Booet F...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

BREVITIES` Do you like them ? Our citizens are returning. 'Busmen take out your licenses. Parliament meets on the zlth instant. Another horse lamed in Auburn-street. Typhoid fever is prevalent in Goulburn. District Court on Monday next. Good news! The metal is still like a harrow opposite the Royal. Another man died suddenly at Wagga on Monday afternoon. Bush fires are all around the Forbes dis trict doing much damage. What are our members doing? It is.fot true that they are to be banqueted. The poor old inmates of the Hyde Park Asylum were regaled on Christmas Day with toast beef, plum pudding, and English ale. Mr. Sempill, official assignee, died sud denly yesterday. Kate Kelly is paying a visit to the caves at Oberon. Hanlan is a strong favourite for the boat race. He regards Laycock as superior to Trickett. The land-leaguers are rolling up in Ireland. 30,000 were present at a meeting the other day. They are closely Watched. The volunteers at Liverpool in England have been placed...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. 'TLoDoN; Jan. I. The trial of Mr. Parnell arid the other members of the Land Leagtie is being: con tinued from day to day in Dublin. Th'ie Attorney-General last night :completed his opening: address, which lasted no less than four days. In it he exhaustively stated the grounds upon which the action of' the Government was taken, basing the charges principally, on the speeches'.deliveied by the menibers of the League during.the~past year:. CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 2, . The aniouncemerit already made, that the Porte has refused to submit the Greek frontier question to arbitration by1 the Powers has, been fully confirmed. . . A fresh proposal has, been. made. by the Turkish Government for the settlement' of Greek. frontier. difficulty..... This is to the effect. that a cohfeience of representatives of all the Great Powers be held here at an early date, that the Greek Governmenit be also .in vited to send delegates, arid, fuirther, thliat.tlie Confe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

SGOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY_ STEAM] :PU,BLISHED overy TUESDAY, TRURSDAYJ. and SATURDAY AFTERNOON, It Is the only Penny Paper published in the Southern Districts. SIt has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium - TERMS OF SUBSORiIPTION? 12s. per Annums , or 3s. per Quarter in Adelvance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papea must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amount of their subscription. ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2s. 6d.; for every succeeding inch, Is. Advertisements sent to the oilice without notifying the number of insertions will be continued at advertisers' cost until an order is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a commrlttee the insertion of advertisements will be held respons Bible for payment of the same. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post ...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

Chureh of England Working Men's Literary Association, THE Venerable Archdeacon Puddicombe occupied the chair at the usual weekly meet ing of the above society on Monday evening last, and the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine was also present. After the minutes had been read and confirmed Mr. Brook was duly pro posed for membership. Mr. Gregory (trea surer) read a statement to the society showing the results of the different efforts made during the past year to raise the sum of £5o in aid of St. Saviour's Cathedral Building Fund. The statement was satisfactory in the ex treme, inasmuch as it was found that from the various sources alluded to the creditable amount of .79 Sos 3d had been realized. The whole of this it was unanimously decided -on the motion of Mr. G. Gregory, seconded by Mr. D. Clifford-should be handed over to the treasurer of the Building Fund, Mr. W. H. Maybury undertaking to bring the amount up to £S8o. The same gentleman moved, and Mr. W. T. Wood seconded, a` hearty vote of...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Francis Rudd v. K. Pursehouse; work and labor done, ~2 6s. , Mr. Davidson for complainant:-. Defenidanit pleaded not indebted, in the ffulla'tnount N Fraincis: Ruldd, deposed:' Defenidant.came to me and asked me if I would go and work for liiim at :haymakingII worked from five in the morning until eight at night; I charge hini 4s pe" day.; other men were getting 5s aiid6s pei day. *Verdigt for-plaintiff, eleven and a half days at 3s ?d I i8s 4d, and 9s costs of court. John Barrett v. John Clifford; goods sold and delivered, and work and labor done. Mr. Davidson for complainant; and Mr. Haiiper for defendant. Johlin Barrett deposed : Defendant lives three miles from me; some time ago I lent him, a mare it was.in April or March lost; I have seen himi use her once; defendant told me she had died ; the mare was worth £4,; I did not see her dead; when I saw defendant riding the mare she was in fair condition,; I left him a rake; I repaired two drays ;:he had a bag of, ...

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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

Railway Time Table. Dows r?£IAINS LEAVI? SYDNIEY daily, Sunday excepted, at 0.40 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10.14 a.m. " Fairlield, 18 miles, 10 27 Liverpool, 22 miles, 10.43 Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11.20 Menangle, 40 miles, 11.36 0 ' .: Douglas Park, 45 miles, 11.50 a.m.. Pioton, 53 miles, 0.20 p.m. and 9.25 p.m. ;.[ .::: Mittagong, 77 miles, 1.50 and 10.54 Bowral, 80 miles, 1.58 and 11.2 : Mosanvale, 86 miles, 2 15 and 11.18 Marulan, 1!4 miles, 3 24 and 0 27 a.m. Arrive at Goulburn, 134 miles, at 4.10 and.7 ' '1 7 Leave GOulburn at 1.18 a.m. Breadalbane, 149 miles, 1.52 Gunning, 165 miles, 2.25 Jerrawa. 175 miles, 2.55 Yass, 187 miles, 3.26 : ,: Bowning, 194 miles, 3.46 Binalong, 208 miles, 4.20 * : ! Rocky Pouds, 220 miles, 4.49 : '; io; : North Murrunlburiah, 228 miles, 58.12;:: i .'-. Murrymuburalh, 230 miles, 5 21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 . Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 Junec, 287 miles, 8.3 North Wagga, 304 miles, 8.43 South Wagga, 309 miles, 9 a.m. "' ...

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HOSKINGTOWN. (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

HOSKINGTOWN. (Fron ousr correspondent.) As was anticipated, there was a grand muster of spectators on the race-course on Monday last. The morning was delightfully cool, but about midday and towards evening the heat was intense. There was only one publican's booth-that kept by Mr. Walsh, who did a fine trade all day. An eating booth kept by Mr. Pollack, and cake and confectionery stalls by Mr. Sherd and. Mrs. Edwards, reaped a good harvest. Mr. Thos. White, who purchased the gate, mrtihave made a good day's pay-at .any- rate, he expresses himself well satisfied. ' Everthing passed off agreeably and satisfactorily`; no gambling of any kind was heard on the course. The result of the races Wias as follows :-" Maiden Plate of '8. There were:six en tries for this race. Mr. B. Murphy's Barmaid .....2 . 1 Me Namart's Pompadour ........ 2; S. Griffith's Criterion...'. .......:.. 0' H. Daniels' Grand Flaneur .... 0 Thos. Leach's Whalebane..n... 0' G. Naylor's Premier"......:.;..'.. 0 This rac...

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COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. BEFORE his Honor Judge Mc Farland, and a jury of twelve. The Bar was represented by Messrs. Betts, Gannon, Davidson, and Gannon junior.,' Mr. Grantly Fitzhardinge prosecuted fori the Crown. William H. Rutland was charged ?with bforging and uttering a cheque for £6 5s,.on the 3rd September. Prisoner pleaded guilty. The Crown-Prosecutor accepted the plea. Mr. Betts gave prisoner a favorable character. A statement from the prisoner was handed to his Honor. The prisoner was sentenced to be im prisoned in the Maitland gaol with hard labor for a period of two years, and eight months concurrent with the sentence passed on the a21st October last. - Henry Fly Ginger, a respectable-looking man (on bail), was charged with perjury--to wit, he swore that he did not strike one Mary Miller, at Burrawang, on the 5th October last. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for the prisoner, and applied for a postponement, as the case from which this charge a...

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Junior Public Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

Junior Public Examination. S~o far as relates to our district the following is the result of the Junior Examination. It is gratifying to find so many hailing from this district that have succeeded in passing in the various subjects. The letters H, L. and , signify respectively, High, Low, and satisfied the examiners : Beegling, Daniel: History, L. ; geography, H. English, L.; French, L. ; Latin, H. ; Greek, L. airithmetic, H. ; algebra, H. ; geometry, H. geology,. H.- Dr. Sly's school, Goulburn. Beverly, Robert Jonathan : Geography, L; arithmetic, L ; slgebra, L ; geometry, L,-Public school, :Yass... -"ohen, John. : Histiry, L; English L; French, L ; L tin, H; Greek, H.-St. Patrick's College, Goihlburn. Ba' sd, Matthew. History, L; geography, L English, L; arithmetie, H ; algebra, L.--St. Patrick's College, Goulburn. Brierhy, Edward Weir: Geogrophy, H; English, L; arithmetic, H ; algebra,. H,; geometry, L; geology,: L ; Public Schoeliol, Yass. Br.:ok, Elizabeth i Geography, L; Engli...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

CROOK.WELL. . . (From our Oorrespondelt.) WEATHER.-The Weather Jhere during the last few days has been extremely changeable, veering from about ioo to 56 degrees. These changes from heat to cold may sometimes be desired, but nevertheless are attended with much risk to health; hence we hear many complaining of colds. H-arvest.--Our farmers have now got their hands full: .reaping is in. full.. operation. '*Away to the harvest fields, away!'.. maynow. be called the: farmer'smorning song. We hear no complaiiits'of pob or,. scanty crops, and on. thej whole 'the harvest. was never betterin this part; . ."' 'iarvesting Machinery.--We' Hv lonig thought that.tlie great 'wanit :of 'this farming district was'thie introduction of machinery to help the'"effoits of the struggling farmer, arid we are pleased to find that Mr. John Howard has not only become a convert to this idea;, but has cairried .it out "in a practical manner by purchasiiig a Wood's reaper and binder, and it is expected to be at...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, YASS. On Wednesday, 12th January, 1881. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

CROWN LAND SALES.' AT THE LAND OFFICE, YASS., ' On Wednesday, 12th January, 188I.: Country Lots. Lot A, 20 acres, lot B, 21 acres, lot C,? 46 acres 2 roods, county of King, parish of Yass, on and near the left bank of Derringullen Creek, and adjoining and near the .'south boundary of E. M'Anally's portion No.;25, and adjacent to the west boundaries of T. Henning's portion No. 22 and Win. M'Bean's portion--No. 169. Lot B, exclusively, of, a road z chain wide. Lot D, 14 acres 1 rood 3o perches, county of King, parish of Derringullen, adjoining the west boiundary of J. Murphy's conditional purchase portion No. 3-63, and adjacent to the south boundary of V. Grogan's portion of 116 acres o rood o20 perches. Lot E, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Derringullen, adjoining the south boundary of D. Ryan's conditional purchase portion No. 104 and the west boundary of R. H. Chambers' conditional purchase portion No. 94 of 80 acres. Forfeited conditional pur chase of Win. H. Chambers. : Lot ...

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GUNNING. POLICE COURT, January 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

SGUNNING. (Front ouri Correspondulent.) POLICE COURT, January 5th. BEFORE Messrs'. WR. R, eynolds, A S. Jones and A. S. Gray. Franicis Rudd v. E. Iursehouse.-Assault. Mr. Davidson for complainant. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Francis Rudd deposed: I was in the employ of defendant, and on the morning of the 20th December I was leaving him, anid went to see him and get my wages; he, said he would not loose his time going back to his house; I asked him if he would pay..: me to morrow or some other time; he said'hewould not, and I could go to b- y h-I ; I said I would see; I could not make him pay me; he said not to give him any cheek or he wouild kick me out of the padd6ock; I told him if he did I would make him pay for it he then rushed at me and struck me on the side of the head, and knocked me down; I was stunned for a time; he told me to get up and he would knock me down every time I got up; I did not get up, he finally let ine up, and I went away. To defendant: I did not first di...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

0GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Mr. F. Horn. Charles J. Winchester was brought up on remand charged on suspicion with being of .unsound mind; but it being proved that the defendant had greatly improved in health since his incarceration, he was discharged. Charles Morphett and James Carter were charged with unlawfully trespassing on the enclosed lands of Messrs. Jacob, at Green wich Park. Mr. Gannon appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Betts for defendants. Defendant Morphett did not appear when called upon, and service ot summons could not be proved. SMr- Gannon applied to have the case post poned for a week iti oider that the defendant Morphett might be duly -served With a sum mons. Mr. Betts objected to the postponement, inasmuch as the defendant with two witnesses had come twenty miles, and that the case against the other defendant could- be deter mined upon the result of the case against Carter. The Bench held that the case ought t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

SEVERAL CASES OF CHOICE TWEEDS AND Summer Coatings OPENED AT BUTLER'S!. For January, 1881. WHITE MILITARY SHIRTS REGATTA SHIRTS ..ew Shapes in Felt Hats! READY-MADE 0LOTHIN , OPENED AT UTL R'S Portmanteaus & Travellin Ba Fancy Hosiery and s OPENED FOR 18 , At BUTE ' For First-class C01othing CALL AT ALL GOODS IN STOCK At B UTLER'S ARE OF THE Best Quality. Dr. CARROLL, L.R.C.S.I., L.M., GOLD MEDALIST 0. CAN BE CONSULTED AT TILE/ NEW DISPENSA Auburn-street, next the Post Office, Goul rn. -August 19, 1879. H. J. YEATMAN, GOLDS1Y1ITIJST] I S' L Sewing-Machi r ri Gu REPAIRED 'RMPTLY..A LETTER-P?LATES CU \ Wanted to Buy, GOOD LOOSE Y APPLY TO C ý. I .A. , SLOANE-STREET, GOULBURN. WANTED KNOWN, THAT W. HAYMORE will still FRAME and MOUNT P1OTURES on reasonable rms while he remains in Goulburn. Orders e1 Mr. Foxall's or Mrs. Mc George's, Sloane.stre , wi I be attended to. Also, that W. HAYMO 'E is still AGENT for Messrs. Nicholson and A org. Instruments on view at Mrs. McGeorge's, Sl...

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