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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 January 1822

Government and General Orders. ,«_ Government House, Hobart Town, : - '' Saturday, Januar?/ 5th, 1822. HE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having pub- lished an Order, under Date 6th January, of ]aft Yöar, 1821, respecting the Prices of Har /eft Labour, to be required by Prifoners of the Crown holding Tickets of .Leave ; has with a fcView to the approaching Harvest caufed the fame to be re publifhed, and to be forwarded to the Magistrates ind District Constables throughout the Settle- ments for Circulation, fo that all may be duly informed : " Complaint having been made to the Lieute- nant Governor, that in feveral instances at the late Harvest, Crown Pwfoners holding Tickets of Leave demanded exceflive Wages or Payment for their Labour ; they are now cautioned against fimilar Conduct at the enfuing Harvest ; and they a/e warned that in any Instance which becomes known to a Magistrate or District Constable of the Ticket of Leave Man making an exhorbitant Demand for Harvest Labour, and refufing t...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 January 1822

              AT a PUBLIC MEETING, held in Hobart Town, on the 1st of January, 1822; EDWARD FOORD BROMLEY, Esq. in the Chair; Resolved - That an Agricultural Society be formed. That this Society being established particularly for the Protection of Stock; and as it is the first   and grandest Principle of the Society to prevent, rather than to punish Crime,every Member pledges   himself not to exchange Rum or Spirits of any Kind for Sheep, or any other Description of Stock. That it is the Determination of the Society to prosecute, before a Court of Criminal Jurisdiction, every Person committed for Trial on a Charge of Depredation on Stock; and that proportionate   Rewards, of a Value not less than Ten Guineas, be given to the Party by whose Means the   Offender shall be detected and convicted. That the Members of the Society pledge them selves...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 January 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - Sailed on Monday           last for Port Jackson, the transport ship Providence, Capt. Herd; having on board a number of free persons, and 51 female prisoners. On Tuesday the ship Minstrel, Captain Barns,   sailed for Port Jackson also; and   On Thursday the transport-ship Lord Hungerford, Captain O'Brien, sailed for the same port;     having on board the Officers and Ladies as reported in our last, in which we stated by mistake, that the Surgeon Superintendants name was "Dork"   instead of which it ought to have been "Dr.   Doak, R. N."   We this day enter upon the Seventh Volume of the Hobart Town Gazette; and feel happy to be enabled to increase our Publication somewhat in size, and in a much superior Type and Paper. - We flatter ourselves also, that we shall be enabled to commence our next Volume upon four pages of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 January 1822

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, t, Saturday, January \L2th<> XS22. TJEFERING to the Government and.General .fV Order, bearipg Date the £8th October 1817. by which the Permits for the Removal of Wines and Spirits, from any Place in Hobart Town or Vicinity, were limited to the Period of Time be- tween 8 in the Morning and 4 in the Afternoon ; -It is hereby'ordered and directed, that between the 1st Day of October and the 1st Day of April, Wines and Spirits may be removed under the re- gulated Permits, between the Hours of 7 in trie Morning and 6 in the Evening* By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, ._H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Government and General Orders. Government. House, Hobart Town, Saturday i January 6th, 1822. THEILIRUTBNANT GOVERNOR having pub lished an Order, under Date 6th January, of laft Year, 1821, refpecting the Prices of Harvest Labour, to be required by Prisoners of the Crown holding Tickets of Leave ; has with a ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 January 1822

O ORS ES.-For SALbV thfee Mares 'and two f.. ' Horses", imported by the Ship Lusitania/f/om ¡Sydhey-Also, a" few Cnrts,and -other Agricultural Implements,-For particulars enquire of Alf. Ranken, ' at Mr. Thomas Masoni,House, Liverpotil-strcet. '\ Handsome PIANO FORTE for SALE, nearly a,newf with<a set.ot^xtravûres.-Prk^V^o.-iJ lApplyito Mr. Butcher, Baker, Colli^^ ^ «.*". - pAPÎAIN JONES PAKKY, of the 48th Regt. ^ requefts thofe Perfons who have any of his Notes for tfye payment of his Company, will pre- fect them forthwith, as he ia about to quit the Colony.-Georgetown, Dec/8, 3 821. . T HE AUSTRALIAN POCKET ALMA- NACK for 18*22, is now publishing at the -Hobart Town Gazette Office.-Price, 2 Dollars, to be paid for on Delivery. rjPO be SOLD, two verv fupenor PADDLE -?. HORSES, arrived per the ihip Lufitania. Enquire at the Barracks. » ' SALES BY AÜCIION. ' BY MR. FKYETT, ' ", Athis Auction Mart, in Liverpool-street, on:-Friday ^ * next, the \Sth Imlanl, at li o'Clock, TT...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 January 1822

HOBART- TOWN. GAZETTE. By the Victorine we learn, that the ships Clau- dine, John Bull, and Mariner, which lately left this port, had arrived at Port Jackson. The Mi   nerva, with 169 male prisoners from England, and the John Bull, with 80 female prisoners from Ireland, had also safely arrived there. The Actaeon, Capt. Mackey, had also arrived from the Isle of France, with 5800 bags of sugar, and other mer- chandize ; and, it was understood, that a Govern- ment vessel was destined hither. His Excellency Major General Macquaire had made a visit to Bathurst. Harvest will now become general in a few days,   barley having been cut down in many parts of the Settlement. The produce of the barley this year promises to be most abundant: some of a very superior quality has been already brought to mar ket. Early fruits,such as currants, cherries, goose berries, and raspberries, are abundant in the interior of the country; and vegetables of all kinds have been brought...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 January 1822

li fßl r i Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS;-Arrived on Sunday' lafl: the brig Jupiter, Capt. Martin; having on board 5000 gallons of spirits, a quantity of ships stores, and merchandize, being part of the cargo of the ihip Phantisalam, which was fome time ago wrecked at Hunter's Ifland. * On fuefday arrived from Port Jack fon, the (hip Lufltania, Captain Langdon.-This veflel will fail fhortly for England,-Pafiengers, Lieutenant He£ror Macquarie, of the 48thRegiment," Aid-'de Camp to His Excellency'Major General Mac- quarie, Mrs. Langdon, Mifs Bro;vn, Mr. Purcell, and.Mr. Bowmaker. This day arrived alfo from.Port Jackfon in 7 days, the fcbooner Victorine, Captain Risk. Pafiengers, Captain William Powdiich, of the (hip Royal George, and Mr. J. Duncan. Remain in the harbour, the fhip^ Lufitania j the brig Jupiter; and the fchooner Victorine. fc From the Sydney Gazettes of December laft wcp'py the following : This forenoon (Dec. ]),in pursuance of the Go- vernment and Gen...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 19th, 1822. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

.4- -4- -?. ?-*+*.«»?» «-++. -f. H« M-?! * -I" 4.+-M-4->--M-?«-«.?-» -M-4-» «-» GOVERNMENT AND GENEllAL OUDEKS: Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 19th, 1822. ( O IS Excellency Sir THOMAS HHISBANE, *~*-; Captain General and Governor in Chief of ;tbe Territory and its Dependencies, having been 'pleafed to order and direct, under Date the Sth Ultimo, that à Proclamation relative to the Keep- ing and Removing of Gunpowder, dated the 4th !*>f May laft, fliould be in full Force and Virtue in 'the Settlements in Van Diemen's Land from and after the 10th Day of this . Inftant, January; the ' faid Proclamation is now publiihed for general In .formation. i 13y Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H; E. Hobinion, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Í 1 HE Decease of the QUEEN" is an . nounced in the Sydney Gazette of the 2&th ultimo; and, in the absence of official communication, we feel that in transcribing this account we shall besjt perform our duty: The Sydney Gazette again exhibits the usual pageantry of Death, which mournful honour we have, within the last two or three years, been called to pay towards several Illustrious and Distinguished Members of Our.Vene ! rated and Beloved ROYAL FAMILY! We have now to add to the dreary ca-* îtalogue-THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND IS, NO MOKE ! Her Majesty's health was pretty good: when the last accounts ar- rived from England, so late down as July; but, in the end of that month, or in the beginning of the ensuing one-, ijHer Majesty was suddenly afflicted I with an internal inflammation, which hvas so extremely virulent in its attack, .that it speedily terminated the mortal j existence of Her Majesty; Death en Uuing on the 7th of August last. Re- lative to tile u...

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Proclamation, By His Honor James Erskine, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of New South Wales, in the Absence of of His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

Proclamation, By His Honor James Erskine, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of New South Wales, in the Absence of of His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies &c. &c. &c. WHEREAS, in order to prevent the great mif-       chief which may arife from explofiohs oc   cafioned by the keeping and carrying gunpowder in too great quantities, or in an improper manner, the fame ought to be regulated by law ;-And whereas the ftatute of 12th year of the Reign of His late Majefty King George the Third, of bleffed     memory, chap. 61, is confined to Great Britain : Be it, and it is hereby ordered, declared, and di" refted, by the authority aforefaid, that from and after the fouiteenth day of May next, no perfon 01 perfons ihall have or keep,, at any one time, being a dealer or dealers in...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M, A. We conceive that nothing could be more useful as well as satisfactory to emigrant strangers, or more gra- tifying to all well-wishers to the Colony, than an in- spection of the coutilry on both banks of the Derwent, beyond the'original Settlement of New Norfolk. The former would see what can be done ; those who have known,the Settlement for, the last foyr or five years would see what has heeh done within the last year or two;-priorto which lillie or nothing had been effected in Ihe way of building, cultivation, or improvement. "Now we find farms chiefly occupied by Settlers of the moat respectable class, extending on both sides of the river for 14 or 15 miles from the old Settlement;-in all of them buildings, fences, cultivation, and improve- ment, more or less effected and in progress ; and most of the Settlers, of recent arrival, settled on iheir farms, with their Harvest ready for the sickle. We are sorry to sjate, thal ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

I I EUT. Langdon, R. N. Commander, Mr. Pettrie* Chief Officer, and Mr. Hall, Second Officer, of the Ship Lusitania, proceeding lo England in said Vessel, request all Claims may be presented. 2 Captain Powdileh of the Royal George, returning to Port Jackson by the Brig Jupiter, requests all Claims may be presented. . . 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ranken leaving the Settlement by an early Opportunity, request Claims lo be presented. Also, theirtServants, A, Campbell and H. Studar't, 1 Wm. Knight leaving the Coluny by an early Oppor- tunity, requests Claims may be presented. 1 The following perfons, compofing the crew of the brig Jupiter;, leaving the colony in faid veflel,> requeft all claims to be prefented :-Capt. George Martin, J. Cordell, T. Meader,'J. Johnfon, G. White, G. Robertfon, D. iNaih, G. Ward, J. Crawley, and T. Shepherd. 1 C HIP ROYAL GEORGE.-Captain Pow DITCH having pofitively engaged a Quantity of Freight for the ROYAL GEORGE, and being under Bond' to repair to this Port by the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

COTICE.'--In Confequence-of having read an Adver '*?* tifeni'ent in the Hobart Town Gazette of the 25th of Aû£ùft laft, profiling agäinft the Sale of a Ship which never took' Place ; I feel it a Duty incumbent on me to undeceive the'Inhabitants of New South Wales, by ftating, thàt-^TheShip Phatifalam was built at Cochin, in l81 (j. In Confequence of hving been driven1 on Shore from her Anchois in tempeftuous Weather at Hunter's Ifland, on the Night of the 8th of July Jail, and being unable to get her offi r proceeded to Port Dalrymple in a ttoat; and, ac- cording-to Advertí ferhent of the 8th Augüít, I fet up for Sale her Block and Cargo, for which no higher Sum than ¿£525 was bid ; a Sum ío'groífly inadequate to their real Value, that I did not confider mvfelf jufliiied in feeingtbe Phatifalam go for fo'fmall an Amount. 1 therefore bought her in, for the "Benefit of all concerned j and for whom EDWARD LORD, Efq. of Hobart Town, was kind enough to take upon himfelf the Management of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

ALMANACK FOR 1822. Few Copies of the AUSTRALIAN POCKET ALMA- NACK are to be had at the Gazette Office. Many I»" new things'* are received into this EfTay, which will have the defired effect of rendering it more complete and efficient than otherwife would have been the cafe. As to extent, none ever publifhed have exceeded it; and this little Work, in point of neatnefs, outihines all its Prede cefTors, from the circumftance of its being printed, from neceffity, on the beft quarto poft paper, which has the unavoidable tendency of making the Price Two Dollars. -It contains 124 pages, of cloie and valuable matter; therefore, the Pubhiher is induced to believe, all circum ftances confidered, "that the Price will not be eltecmed immoderate. This Colonial Publication alfo contains the Civil Eftablimment at the Settlements on Van Dicmen's Land. *## Colonial SPELLING BOOKS, alfo on Sale, at the Gazette Office.-Price 2s. 1M7" J. OVER H LL, recently arrived from England per " . the ihip Jefsie,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 January 1822

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS Government House, Hobart Town,       Saturday, January 19th, 1822.   SETTLERS who may wish to obtain Assistance in the Labour of Prisoners, employed in Government Service, at ihe harvest, will apply at the Acting En- gineer's Office ; and such Assistance, to the extent tFiatitcan be afforded, will bo authorized : But no Men in the Government Service will be allowed, except on specific Application from the Settler who is to employ them. Artificers or Mechanics, who may be allowed on Loan to Settlers for a limited Time, are to be paid for their Extra Service and Time at the Rate fixed by Go- vernment ; And any Prisoner so allowed on Loan, who shall attempt to extort a higher Rate of Payment than the Government Rates fixed, will be forthwith brought to Trial._ THOMAS Trainer, William Shaw, James Smith, James Westwood, and Angus Kennedy, are ap- pointed Constables at George Town, in the Room of William Lon...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 January 1822

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 33Y MR. FBYRTT, At the Market-place, in Hobart Town, on Monday the 4th February, (instead of Thursday next, the 31 st instant, asradvcrtiscd in Hand Bills), at 12 o' Clock precisely, FIFTY Head ofdocile and quiet STEERS, of the best breed in Van Diemcn's Land.--As these Cattle will be positively sold to the best bidder without the least reserve, an opportunity is now afforded to persons wanting good Working Oxen which rarely occurs* {£3" Further particulars may be known on applica- tion io Mr. Stocker, al the Derwent Hotel ; or to Mr. Fryctt, who is authorised to sell by Private Contract, O be SOLD by Private Treaty, FIVE ACRES of line growing WHEAT, freo from blight and smut.-It is supposed, that the above will average upwards of 25 bushels per acre. And also about an Acre of forward Potatoes. The above crops are situate and growing within 2 miles of Kangaroo Point, and have the advantage of water carriage from the door. Other considerable advantages, accruin...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 January 1822

TENDER LIST of MEAT, for Quarter ending 24th March, 1822. At-IIobart Town.'-Jan. 29-E. Lord, Esq. 4000. Feb. i~Ditto 8000. 5-Messrs. Austin and Earle 3000, Mr. P. G. Hogan 1000. 8-Messrs. Stynes & Troy 8000. 12-Ditto 4000.- 15-Mr. T. Wells 8000. 1 g-Ditto 4000. 22-A.F. Kemp, Esq. 8000. 2.6-Ditto 4000. March 1-Mr. D, Lotd 8000. 5 Ditto 4000. 8-Ditto 8000, 12-Ditto 4000. 15 .-Mr. G. Meredith 8000. 29--Ditto 4000. 22 E. Lord, Esq. 8000. At Port Dalrymple-Feb. 1-A. Barclay, Esq, 4000, T. Walker, Esq. 2500. 8-A. Barclay, Esq. 6500. 15-Mr. Dry 6500. 22-Ditto 6500. March 1-T. Walker, Esq. »500, J. Cox, Esq. 4000. 8 Ditto 6500. 15-T. Ai cher, Esq. 6500» 22-Ditto -6500. p .[ , . i ,1, Ú&t Th^'Meat to be slaughtered every Tuesday and nJfridß}*Mornings, and delivered into Store t(ie same ^Evenings ; and none will be received but ibhat is Statedin the above List. A. MOODIE, A. C. G. (Approved) " WM. SORELL;Lieut. Governor." Treasurer's Office, Hobart Town, January Ûhh, 1822. ,T ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 January 1822

HOBART TOWN.         Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - On Tuesday last arrived from England the ship Tiger,     Captain Brash, with merchandize. Passengers, J. Hays, Esq. and Lady, J. Rodd, Esq. and three Masters Rodd, T. Icely, Esq. Mr. G. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Owen, Mr. Ross, Mr. Page, Mr. Davis, and Mr. Tri- gatha. - The Tiger left England the 10th October, and on her passage touched at the Cape of Good Hope, at which place she left the ships Castle Forbes and Britomart, both bound for this port.   The former of these vessels is reported to have   130 passengers on board from England. On Thursday sailed for Port Davey, for a cargo of pine, the schooner Victorine, Captain Risk.   Passenger, Edward Lord, Esq. owner. Beside the Thalia and packet Hope, already noticed in our paper, we find in the late London journals the ships Denmark Hill, Active, and Mac...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 February 1822

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 2d, 1822. THE following Appointments of Constables take Place from this Date:-   Patrick Murphy and Thomas Higgins for Ho- bart Town, în the Room of Peter Dunn and Robert Elliott, dismissed. Thomas Hughes, extra Constable, attached to the Prison and Township of Sorell. Patrick Murphy, extra Constable, attached to the Coal River Settlement. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. Robinson» Secretary. Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Tnon, Saturday, February 2d, l§-¿2. SETTLERS of Port Dalrymple, who may be desirous of obtaining assigned Servants off the Store-, are informed, that as it is not always in the Power of the COMMANDANT tofupply them from George Town, their Applications may be address- ed to .him, oc to the LIEUTRNANT GOVERNOR'S Secretary at Hobart Town ; in the latter Cafe it will be necessary to notify the Per ion in Hobart Town.who is to recei...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 February 1822

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, . JJY MR. LEWIS, At his Auction Mart in Liverpool-street, on Wed- nesday next, the 6th instant, at 12 o'clock, . rPHE following Articles;-Pantaloons, Ben */. Í¡a! prints, sugar, tobacco, nankeens, hose, twiñe^ioa|», blue gurrahs, check, quart and pint decanters, wine glasses of sizes, ale ditto', goblets, butter glasses, tin« ware, gentlemens* pantaloons and gaiters,, fish and other sauces, olives and capers. j$» prompt payment» Provost Marshal's Office, Feb. 2nd, 1822. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Kemp v. Smith. Murray v. Smith. Fryett v. Same. Sayer v. Same.   Murray v. Same, Bunster v. Same.   Same v. Same, Fergusson v. Same Lord v. Same. Thornton v. Same.   I WILL Cause to be Put up and SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the present Residence of the   Defendant, in Liverpool-street, on Thursday next, the 7th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, 50 Logs of Pencil Wood, a new Bullock Cart, 4 Tea Pots, 2 Watering ditto, 2...

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