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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

[?] ^jpowArA W^ -3pifi-ppr- of Patron $ Ai Nts.^i £wtt jQiH-*^'« * Voice faun Si^e?^^: I Wd aiofculai' convey ^UotfUwi& ui$a about pairon ^ainte ? Be a*4ed who «vas ray patron fcaint.r— what Swate tfejp iGhrisdaa liaiiie. ? ? ' I replied, i]iat mW Ah* «rtW % fafnit v' u aine : that 1 was Irish nee,- - ^j-$^^% #fr&tqlfc-Jjp%'jm$iJAp8& i$-Wr xause in ► Cue wext ^ o«I4 Kt ijafcniioned my second Christian uame. * Ah !- said foe, V then *t will f\^4^^^icny::M:^2ipo\eou oWgiV'tit ~Wyery ™$$*i obliged to w, ^Sfaaever^JVg, J« fife pp. we* for me in die *on4 tQ,^ine. Poor fellow, nqbodj tiiew hiai before. Heha4uiiot even a da* iu the M^fHkr/ I g(Bt^i^^»^^'^i-^ fioadei the Pope Ui give him the fifteenth of Atiffust, tnir biflh^drfy;3 i recolfect,' continued' !-;*** W1£J$jL* priest preaching gbottl a poor sinner who had, de^attaj jtb^ ,jtfe.; tftm »«*?.*»- .peared bjpfore-icM|»«fldbje was-*eq*»ined to give : an*- account 0$ all bi« acfcioiis^ The et il amWh* gfcod' ^r£W...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

Ship News. On Sunday last, arrived H. M. colonial   schooner Waterloo, Kinghorne master, from Macquarie Harbour, with Huon pine.   Same day arrived H. M. sloop Fame, from the same place. The Fame, a few weeks ago, sailed from this side of the Island with supplies for Macquarie Har bour ; which place she left, in company with the Waterloo, on Wednesday se'n night, when the Settlement was in a thriving condition.   On Tuesday se'nnight sailed the cutter   Governor Arthur, from George Town, having been detained there some days by contrary winds.  

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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LATEST SYDNEY INELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

LATESW SYB&EY INELLI&ENC&. , The following ^^re * ex t r acts froth the Sydney GAZETTEjof th^ 16th ultimo, being the-, latest we? have yet received from that quarter :-j- ..:*»: It is rumoefed that Captain Allman, bf the 48ih Regt remains in the C-iony, andi*ili forthwith proceed to Newcastle, to assume the com mane} of that Settlement. C«pt. Gillm an, of the Buff*, goes on tu Fort Macquarie,' of which Dependency that Gentleman will hence lonh be the Commandant. v We are happy to liave it in our power to be the means of promulgating the abolition o^ Martial Law, as per His Excellency's Proclama tion in to-day 'b Gazette. It was one of those severe measures that necessity imperiously de manded at the hands of the Executive ; but which we hope never to see a recurrence of. Much, if not ail, depends upon the future inter course of the enlightened European with the benighted aborigines. May the latter soon be delivered from ' gross darkness !'   We a...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1825.   0u Tuesday the 11th. instant, Mrs. Arthur, the Lady of the Lieutenant Governor, and Family, accompanied by Mr, Charles Arthur, left Launceston in their travelling carriage, for     Hobart Town.                 We are happy in being able to state, that it is the intention of the Rev. Mr. Youl to reside at Head-quarters as soon as the building, lately purchased by   Government as a temporary parsonage, is fitted up for his reception. - We are the more inclined to congratulate the   Inhabitants of Launceston on this auspicious change, from the circumstance of their       having been, upwards of three years,     destitute of a Clergyman of any   denomination; as well as from the incontro- vertible fact, tnat until ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

HOBART TOWN NEWS.   From the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE of the 14th instant, we are enabled to make the following choice selections : — SHIP NEWS. - Sailed yesterday morning for   Port Jackson, His Majesty's Colonial brig   Amity, Thomas Brown, Commander — Passen-     gers, Captain Thompkins, Miss Emma Garratt, Dr. Crockett, R.N. Surgeon Superintendent of the ship Mangles, and Roderick O'Connor,     Esq.— This vessel may, as before observed, be expected to return in a few weeks with His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, and other high Official Characters. S'fanish Wisdom. — Just after the Cortes had sanctioned a law for the collection of twelve triohtfes* taxes in advance, Lop* z Banos, ihe M«nister of War, Was asked what policy therfe could be in the imposition of taxes to be paid in advance, wkile tbose in arrear, as was tbeq rioicjiously the case, could not be collected? ' Our inuDtion (sa;d the Min...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

? r '?' Naval Otfice, Lau?*-:£ston, r r ^ * \JanuVky16, 1825. NOTICE w hereby jrlven, that the LI CENCES of BOATS tjeing renewable on the 1st Day of January, enmially, all Boats ibuad without Licences, for the present Year, ... wiU be liable to Seizure* ,; * , Thomas Thomson, Naval Officer. By Mr. Reibey, at his 'Stores, Lauoceston, PXCELLENT- b«tt4ed Ale,, in cases of 3 '?^-^ dozeif * bottled Madeira; Wool Packing, iSfcti Bags-; double Rose Irish Butter, in firkins;, t&ie Beaver flais; Slops, of all sorts ; Manilla ft^pe,; Bet^al Ball Soap | vNahkeeos ; Calico ; jj^rp^lla Waistcoatf qg ; , Stirtiopejry * Sago ;! -Dauima ^ a .few, bags, of ; £qe. Liverpool bait ;l arid Biazfl Tobacco, m bbJwU -A T die ^ Stores -of F. Champion & Co. the ^» -1 - fallowing jGOO£-S:~ 4 ., Bcaod v, duties ; p^idb; Madeira Wine, in pipe ^,jiuu led Claret; fine , Brazil Tobacco; Sugar/ 'by Ihe hag ' or ±on ; Soapi ''Starch z £}ione Blue ; Picki^s ; Capvas ; pale Ale; SaU ; Nails,5 of Sorts ...

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Old Border Air—"My good Lord John." [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

Old Border Air - My good Lord John » c-%si^A:lt*g and last adieu ; v ; ' ' * ' ? ^-n^ofiAM0ii0tk-tndttfiiaiiirbluei ' K~ ** *. %^ %. «r*Fat«WriF ye hi ils of gldrioUs -Jei-?s^ .. - v ?*, - * ? ♦' ? Atidt Streams reno wnM io. song j , c L I U'i ? TFai^w^lryc;bl^t^esorae t»rae4 and mea^s, , -1* . .-? iv. X5*'liekrts liair^ foip^B 1k- lohj; f ,tr !' ! * ' rai^w'eiL' ve hoarv. haunted howes ? jr^X* tip3 : ^Jiiit , «^P» ^ ji '? 7^ €l 'W?S wiuiQiik and slpe. ..»».. ^ rr^ \.?Tbat 3c9ti*'s aanakotelf; -: ' ,/ f ?-. i ^h-# ^Tiae*i5ar4.v**4 g*ay«r--lftf loy«YiNpwar''pl ? ,... . r To eedii to all — Farewell ! * V; , ; r: 4 j jf. ^*bf :i-dr' touts ;ir-«i}r f^H^*, borne, t ; ?*-??« LaiSfW^ie^ tSravC ^ foeet ^ , - v v :,s ?'?.'??' Beyond ib' AtlanUc riiaio ; '' ?/?'*?'???? = ' '^We le%¥« thte-«lo'retu»a-i-» a»r^ '????- '* . / por-si^t tfi^^i^ agam^v /f , |4 1] v^ ; '.?* But%ay.Ste&b*opur4b!i^t^r/am^ ? i ' , .. And quench on^ ^Qusehol^ fires, , ., '.-, } When w^^ or|Oor$^JrorjKt tl?3Lnanie...

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POET CORNER. A SUMMER'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

POETS C O R N E R. 1 j summers Et'fi. Now the rainbow tints are meeting In lh-? chain her? of* liie west, ' While the ftiHImvM sun, reircairtig. Kow ihe musii-ii&ftinr^bln-r1'' ' /?'*? And lli^ lordly imhr3nd1ieiVer' '''' ? Wl IVauderboineward through the dsile. ? In the;face of heayX^€axning^. f i Now the yesper-^lar appears;; JMai^y. a de^-dr^p famd^gl^yuij, .... .». ... IS at lift's vei'daol bosom bear*. . f ' ] JN*)wihe tramleteer. is seeking1 '?- ?- ?*.-??-..?. . ?j VranquUi^v* his little cot i; ??:?-??- \ ' | -?--. .Nought iiiis wanted peace; is* breaking, ?? -- I JNVuglu disturbs his happy k-U' ,.-* ? ,? .. Nowthe darken'^ riaVis ihrbtf ing1 I Pr: 'broader ihadbws on tfh* gttf urf4 ^/ ' - ' ' ^Abd tlte'pfebblv iWis' flowing ► li'- « ', ? '? Jtfow.'ihe Joijely bat is hi.mng' ' ' ^ . 'llifo! tin? j.wiligUi-.iempej^d air ;^ ^ And, ifae nighiinga'e is ssiuini»;--i-; * ' ? , . Mit)*trei of. a scene sq &ir. : ^'qw tiie speck led o^l is peeping: , . , ; ; :, From iji...

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

GREECE. As. every fact illustrative of modern Greece, for whose eventual triumph over Turkish tyranny, so many hopes are che rished, and so many prayers are cordially breathed, must prove replete with interest to all our ennobled Readers, we conceive that the following statement (from one of the latest Ensiish papers) well merits publicity. Its author is the Honorable Colonel Stanhope, and its truth, from his long residence in the once classic country he describes, may be implicitly relied on : — The People. — The peasantry of Greece possess a large share of rustic virtue. They were within the sphere of Turkey's oppression, but without the sphere of her corruption. Not so the people of the towns who consequently partake of her vices. This people, but for want of instruction, are as fined to be free as any nation on earth ; and only those who pretend that ' the slaves of to-day are not qualified to be freemen to-morrow' — I mean the oligarchs are unworthy the blessing of liberty, bec...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

British Extracts. By the arrival, at Hobart Town, of the ship Admiral Cockbura, Captain Cooliug, on the i8th inst from Englaud, with merchandise and passengers, we are favoured, through the medium of the Hobart Town Gazette, with the fol lowing ' hastv selections' from smn* English Journals she has brought out to the end of August last. Though these Papers are said to contain ?* much im portant and diversified intelligence,' izme would not permit the Stenographist to the Hohart Town Gazette, to extract, even in his SHORT-hand,more than enough to convince us that he had broken the seal of the ' Coffee-house' packet. The Public are therefore exhorted to wait patiently, by a waiter practically, for this ' important aod diversified intel ligence,' which they are assured shall not be long withheld : — ' The King was in excellent health. cf A new Tower was in progress at Windsor Casife, which had been -for upwards of seveu centuries the residence of British Sovereigns. ' Orders had been i...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

Jo the Ldi'.o' of the lamia ou Sir, I beg to ca!! your at ten! ion to a circumstance tliat I conceive cannot faii to have seasibfy af fected the feelings of aif those Tasmanians filling public situation?, who have not quite forgotten their comparative rank io society, and tne de cencies of better days. I allude, Sfr, to the prominent place which the name of the Steno graphist to the Hobart To wntGazette occupies in the Van Uiemen's Land Almanack for this ; year ; and f jshoald be very thankful to ymi, or j any of your Correspondents, for information by j what authority (in a book supposed to be pub- j Jished under the sanction of the highest Autho rity in the Island), the designation of this mer cenary ally of the Hobart Town Gazette is so unceremoniously placed Before the names and vocations of his superiors ? Considering that my office (probably because it is likely to become ? a sinecure), is unnoticed m *his useful publica- j tion, no rational or high-minded man can- won- ! der ...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

^ -w -^ -w -w -w -w -w -^ '^r ^ ^r '^m ^^ ^p To the Editor of the Tasmanian. Sir, As I perceive by the late Hobart Town Ga zettes that there is nothing but fighting aod squabbling respecting ihe Organ intended for St David's Church, i beg leave 10 recommend to ihe worthy Subscribers, lhat they will, on its arrival, consign it over to adorn our Church (St Jobo's) now buiJdmg at Launceston ; and, rn such case, 1 may venture to assure them that they wiil be entitled to vote for the appointment of an organist, as well as to the best -thanks of the Inhabitants of the County of Contrail. laiHjSir, &c. Feacb-kakSR.

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

TH.ETASMAN1AN. , WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1825. Burns' Birth-day. — On Monday the 24thinst.a number of respectable Gentle men assembled at White's Iuu^Lautices ton, for the purpose of commemorating the ** natal day of Scotia's Bard,' The festive board, which- was^er&wned with every delicacy of the season, atbply pro* vided and tastefully laid out, displayed in the centre, towering o'er his motley train, the «c rhieftain o* the nudditi? race.' who, notwithstanding his formidable ap pearance, was soon cut down and carried away, On the cloth being removed, the Chairman, in proposing the ?* memory of Burns,' shortly addressed the meeting ; which, from the circumstance of having a sent at the lower end of the table, we could not distinctly hear ; however, as much as could be collected, we under stood to be to the following effect : — f{ Gentlemen,— It is with feelings of diffidence lhat 1, this evening, preside at the meeting of such a numerous and respectable body of the inhabitan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

Commissariat Office, Launcesion, January 2Mht 1825. TENDER* of WHEAT, to be delivered into His M'ijertfs Stores at this Place, ViiU be received at my Office until the \Qth of the ensuing Month. . . The Wheat to be received, by Weight, at the Rate of &-lbs. for. a. Bushel. George Hull, D, A. C. Cr. Commissariat Office, Launteston, January 15th, 1825. PERSONS, desirous of Supplying His Ma jtsty Stores at this Place and George I own, with BAR LE Y, ere . requested to send their Tenders to my Ojjice until the 14//* oj the ensuing Month. ? .. - George Hull, D. A. C. G. ISaval Office, ^ajunceston, » January 10, 1825. NOTICE is hereby given, that the LI CENCES of BOATS being renewable on the 1st Day oF Jaouarv, annually, all Boats found without Licences,' for -the present Year, wiji be liable to Seizure. ^^ Thomas Thomson, Naval Othcer. Mr. Williams has just Imported the fol lowing select INVESTMENT, which is exposed to Sale ar the Stores of Mr. BiRRELL; vie. strong Bengal 'Rum, Is...

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COPY OF AN IRISH BILL, FROM THE ORIGINAL. Balagoan, May 3d, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

COPY OF AN IRISH BILL, FROM THE ORlGINAL. Balagoan, May 3d, 1824. Mr. David Ellis To Mrs. Sooter debtor For brackage done the widows consarnes in the skirmage at her place on Wednesday night by the cursing party. To the Reverant Mr. Maxwell Esquare nocking Mr. Jones through the clock case ......................... 0 5 10   To Master Frank Ogle Esquare nocking down Joseph and his brethren and braken the frame .............. 0 2 6   To do. spoiling the linage of my dear son Dich which cum from Filadelfy and all the neabours said was like him 0 5 0 To your cousin Mr. Essex Forest broke three feet of the leg of mahogany table for rage that he would not be let at Jones ...............0 4 4   The girl says young Wearin kickt a pleat off the desk and broke Miss Smith 3 real English flint glass tum- blers which I borrowed for your ho- nour you mind I cannot get any like em 0 3 3 To Mr. Jones for braken the grid iron   handle when he should...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

MISCELLANEOUS   SUPPLY OF WATER. — The inhabitants of Tottenham have been long distressed for water, and are nww supplied by the   very simple means of of boring ; but we apprehend that the small capacity of the perforation will render it particularly   liable to be choaked up, by malignancy or negligence. The perforation is effected by the mere use of iron rods, forced into the earth by a windlass. The workmen in a few days get to a genuine spring of after the water is found, they merely put tin pipes down the aperture and it throws up a fine stream from four to five feet high. The first that was formed gives a supply of twenty-nine gallous a minute. But the most important circusmstance is the   smallness of the expense. Several arti- sans perform the work from twenty to twenty-five pounds ; from this statement it will immediately occur how easily large neighbourhoods may be supplied with water. Independently of the difference of ...

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Streets of Launceston. NAMED SINCE THE ARRIVAL OF HIS HONOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ARTHUR, WITH THE PRINCIPAL PLACES IN EACH—10th JANUARY, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 26 January 1825

Streets of Launceston. NAMED SINCE THE ARRIVAL OF HIS HONOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ARTHUR, WITH THE PRINCIPAL PLACES IN EACH —10th   JANUARY, 1825. 1. Brisbane Street — running from the Government Cottage to the western extremity of the Town, and in which are situated the Police Office and the Launceston Hotel. 2. Paterson Street — parallel to Brisbane Street, in which are the Barracks,   Gaol, and Government Windmill. 3. Cameron Street —Cornwall House,   Court-House, and Naval Office. 4. Cimitiere Street — from the Commissariat Stores, past the Tasmanian Printing Office, to the Government Garden, and the Road to Paterson's Plains. 5. William Street —from George's Square past Mr. Reibey's. 6. York Street - running parallel to Brisbane Street, behind the Launceston Hotel.   7. Elizabeth Street - St. John's Church, parallel to York Street. 8. Frederick Street - between St. John's Church and Capt. Lockyer's house. 9. Tamar Street - comme...

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POET'S CORNER. Verses composed for the Anniversary of ROBERT BURNS' Birth-Day, celberated at Sheffield, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

POET'S € O R N E II. 't Verses composed for the Anniversary o/'Robkrt Bcr n 8* J3ir^-/)ay, celebrated at Sheffield, 1 82Oi What bird in beauty, flight, or song, Can with ihe Bard cbm pare, Who sang us sweet, and soared as strong* * As ever chitU tff air ? ?: His plume, his note, his form, could Burns -. For wlum or pleasure change ; He was not one, but all by (urns, ; With transmigration si ran ere. f -The Blackbird, oracle of spring, When flow'd his moral lay ; . The Swallow, wheeling oa the wing, Capriciously at play : The Humming-bird, from bloom to bloom, Inhaling heavenly balm ; The Raved, in the tempest gloom ; The Halcyon in the calm : * In ?« Auld Kirk Alloway* the Owl At 'witching time ot nigln ; | By ' Bunpy Doon' rhe earliest fowl ] That carol'd to the tight : He was the Wren amidst the grove, When in his homely, veio ; At j* Bannoekburti' the Bird of Jove, With thunder io his train : The Wood lark in his mournful hours; The Goldfinch in his mirth ; The Thrush, a spendthr...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian* A tetter in one of y oar former Namberr, tdsp iitt tathe exclusion of De-Sfcrs in Tea, &c. froai the Corn waif Ctorb; has awafeened-my attcntioa to that extraordinaYf degree of party-spirit-*— that vehement rage for title, rant' and prece dence,, which, exists, amongst the Esquires and Gentlenien of ,tbe Couoiy of Cornwall^ and its little Capita!. company, and none can justly 'be expeeted to associate with those whose occupations may be displeasing Co, them.;, but let them not arrogate to themselves a degree of -consequence or impor tance which never did #* could possibly exist, or- look down, oa their jfeito vv^meo, a? a race, of inferior beings «i the scale qjt ereatro^n. *I*o be proud : of koowjedge is ridiculous ; to be praud of nutiiority is io inalce their rise their downfall ; and let tliqse wlio a're' proud :6f birth reflect on this saying of Seneca:—** if' w« coflJd trace o«r descent, we should find that aJi- slaves are des cended Fro...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

To th^Editdr of the Tasmvnian. Sir, } Wil] jjpu allow a fjoor man {free by servitude, .wifh a wilfe aud iamify), who labors for his ** daily b'reatJ,' to enquire, through your Paper, to whom ijje house lately erected in Launceston, with two o6wjfrp/i(s, now belongs. 1 understand Government have lately purchased it ; and I suppose I am correctly informed, 'as I have ob- server tne L»overnment water-cart, uovernnieni timber-truck, and Government bricklayers at work there.* I ain a carpenter, Sir, and wanting a job^anci tfiiquld.be glad 'to be employed ; but I see no chance of getting a living if the Go veromem pirmit the Lumber-y&rd men to work su i|iuch for theTowu's people. If iheGovern tpentt Sir, have not purchased the house I allude io, t &ueid be ii*ppy to be eiu plowed by the propmtor. F will wo?l. r«fl6naBfe, wnT cm have * good character ef»en roe- as- m workman, as also for tobrftf y w& hooeitj^ I remain^ Sir,. your very humble Servant, A PtAKH. p. S. ...

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