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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

im-AKTED, a firsinte MAS COOK. MICHjSl^'6PI.LIVAK, Family Uotcli Eaat-atreel. 3 - WASTED, a GOOD HOCBEKLUD; also. MAS OOOK. Apply to Mr. OGIf ATE. -Victoria HoteL . ASTED a 6EKEKA1. SEEVAKT. Al*l?-»Mr.GIWE3E,watBhmaker. &c^ Brisbane-etroet ?'- ? ' gT. PAPL'fi CHUBCg. JmHECommi'tteeforre^iingdie dfditdue was diat jdM^«a»r .«« -&«« ttlW: »AY» Ju»B,*nd. at 10 ajm.*b * pm» and ? -- ?- -.??fe. ri - r ^.T-fl^PSaC-ig. -s Hun. Sec. ! ENTESTilNIEHT EXIBflDEDIMflBY' nAB&Y HOTJDIK, fTlHE Great Polynational Mimic, in extra X ordiuarv delioeatious of NATIONAL CHABACTEB16T1CS. At die Hall of die SCHOOL OF ABTS. THIS EVENING and MOJfDAY. die 24di, and 26th May. Past I. HEHM E01TDIN. in bis much admired. POLYKATIONAL ESTEBTA1SMEST. iiitroductorv Lecture ? Mr. HovstK. Brawin-r-room Magic Tricks including the Inexhaust ible Botde ? Mr. Hocdc:. An Interval of Ten Vinute*. Paht II. MB. H. M. HOXJDTS'B Polvnational Mimic Entertainment, in Two Parts, The Entertainment has been wri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

Died. At Dalby, on the morning of the 16th instant, from injuries received by her night dress taking on fire on the previous evening, Maria Anna, the beloved daughter of Alfred Peter and Maria Gayler, aged 4 years 3   months and 15 days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

THE Black Ball Clippership   MONTMORENCY       JgtB6B»'*-*tonB registered, J.T. Sowerby, Tll.lt ™ljwr 'i™'11'1^'*1' to' sail abuut the -mtaatr-at M*y . .?Xbi»'fineTe»seli6iiow JUiid on the berth for XaoridoR, -and wj)I hive immediate de ?©?^fpi? - 'A Targe tjuantity «f cergo is already en gaged. - . bates of TVEzanrs. Wool— One penny per 1b. '\ . TaUow-^ixtyshillmgspertoni.^^- t : cross weight - __-?_? ? Hide*- forty ebiuinp. perton 1 P™0*^ (of forty) . ; . J, This vessel offers a most favourable opportunity to «abin passengers. Cargo will be at once forwarded by WALTEK GRAY ana CO., ? Ipswich; or ' J. «n4G. 84BBI& ? -..-. ? ? Brisbane. - BrMiano. 22nd March. 1S62. ? - gUHBMC NOTICE. ~fS consequence of THIS DAT being the X QaeeiA Krthday Day. tar Fja»MipK M.&ttLEVT, Bee-Hive Stores^ - -, ,' '.,' * ,. . Briibanfi-jttreet. X10E, j^ :Erel^Hrm-iia $nain£ Uaterids 1* ~ for :p, SlabjMnln. Room, walls 9 feet ju2&*t...

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LATER FROM CHINA. THE FIGHT NEAR MING-HONG: 600 REBELS KILLED, AND 300 TAKEN PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

LATEE FROM CHINA. THE FIGHT UEAB MING-HOSG: 600 BEBELS KILLED, AXD 300 TAKEX PBIS0NEB6. Tie Octdaad C/j»a Had of 1st April supplies us with some further particalais of the rebel itoiairs. au.l the mnvements made ajainst thani )-y th.; English and French ailmirals, these being the principal topics of discussion in China. The Mail says : — It will be remembered that, while tbe in surgents were yet far away from foreign ports, and making no decided movement to appros'.-h them, the Allies guaranteed them perfect neutrality so Inng as they kept clear of foreign settlements. Kinepo'and Shans hae were cspeciallv named as under our pro tection, and tbe rebels were warned that any movement which threatened those ports would be considered as cancelling our pro mise to remain neutral ; the navigation of tbe Vang-tse was likewise to be free from interruption. Whether this was merely in timated to them in the shape of a promise j that vrc should regard ou the condition ' *ftre»TC«aB»'iw*Jlr»'«SR...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

TASMAXEA. We have Tasmauian news to the 10th instant. We extract the following : — The Sk.iucu aftek Mn. Gol'ld. ? Some weeks must elapse before we can hope to hear iiih-iliifeiioe of the party dispatched in search of Mr. Uouia. Mr. Bargess lias, however, trc are informed, replaced the imniuvrof his party wh«J deserted him in so disgraceful a manner by really gold practi cal bushmrn. We iue gbid ti- say ivc oni tinuc to find that those most juuninint,.,! with the naturj of the conntry, and likuly to be the best judges of the dangers of sucli an expedition. jiarticipMe in our opinion that no stibftanti.il ground «t present exists for the appmheasions -whicli _a short time back prevailed upon this subject. Their usual phrase is that ' Mr. Gould will U; sure to turn up.' Experienced surrcvors, ia fact, even ridicule the idea 'of the whole colony being alarmed be cause e bush-party in squh a district has not been punctual in the time of tlielr arriving at their dcsBnation. «jr.»»»«oi~-~...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BALLAARAT EAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

DESTlIUCTf VE FIBE ISf BALCAAUAT EAST. At a quarter to ten o'clock on Sunday uight another calamitous fire broke out in tU« store of Messrs. Baphacl Brothers, clothiers. Main-road. At the time of the alarm our reporter chanced to be on the sp.it, and he observed the dimes proceeding ixumthe back part of the kitchen of the store named, Several persons ran tu tlie house and kicked the door and shutters, aad at. last forced in tbe former. In five minutes after the alarm was given, the whole build ing was bunted to the. ground. Several persons energetically exerted themselves, ani saved some trunks of boots and shots and wearing apparel, which the1-' deposited on the other side of th j street. The Kastem Brigade arrived on the ground in five minutes alter the alarm was given, and hail their engine in working order in three minutes more. The Western Brigade ar rived in about ton minutes, and also quickly got their engine into play. The Eastern men mounted the roof of Sir. Hofimeisters (t...

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WORMALD'S HORSE AND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

?WOKMALD'S HOBSE AKD STOCK fEEPOET. SL Wonnall reports : — In the horse market transactions have been limited this week, ia consequence of tha scarciry of stock. GmI nsefal hrrse3 in demand, and tror.H m«t with a rsidy ssle. At the weekly a-iction Fa'e last Saturday no mohs werj -fan-ed, b-ai tlic us-aiil entries amnnntcd tf- twenty odd hjai. The absence of a mob was keenly felt, and the Jots entered were -jiiddv tSsposed of at very sitisfictorj pricM.' Qaot^tion5— Crot-class hacks. £15 to £30 ; S'.^ai iitto ditto, £10 to £12 ; in: ferior, iui53liia^-e. Wdiiia.r Ttsdxla.— Tia msArt tats *eekl\3 beca m-ioh bettsr suppHeil tttm tor months jjast Xhc-»3aji3 to hand hive been of a better description than ot late, and ths lots sold lirought the following prices: — r-aae team of eight bullocks, ivith dray and tickling. £l£5;~oue te.-un of sis balfoeks, j irith dray and tackling (infrrirr). £70 ; one 1 team nf seven bullocks ~f naked). £30. Good 1 workers are much, wanted, bat purchasers ar...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

VlUTOillA. j We have Melbourne patiers to the loth \ ! Mav. ^ j I Ths Laud Bill was further considered in : I cmutuittee o:'t!i2 Lyisljtire Council, j-cs- j tsriny aftamonu, L3th. 'file -l:iTi»es relat- j i»^ to the sale by auztiuc, aal tljo leatiii^ i of l;mii outside ths bnuudari js of the agri.- ! cultar.il .-ir.vts. vrt're n^ssed without amend.- i i meat. Tha first clause of part third (prc- I j scniaj existing commons rights) was also i pisssd, but so much oi-ii,)sitiou was oifered I to thd whole section (relating to coanwns), I by two ---? thive iaauji-srs 01 the Cjuacil, I j that Sir. alicehell prujiosed to rejiurt pro- j I irriss. The motion was carried, and tlic Coimeil shortly Bfttrwards adjuumed to I I Tui-sUbt next. ' I I His tlscelleuey tlje tlovarnor, yesterday i aftiTii'i'iu. (Htlij visited tlia Legislative j I Council Chambers, and gave his asscut, on \ behalf of her Majesty, to the Gold Uvpurt 1 Dntv B;-ductiiKi QiilJ t'ue Pieuro-pneumonia ! Prevention Bill, and the...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

Ql^t JiovtSj gttstvaiian. IPSWICH, TCESPJL1' MAY 27. lsfii. Ix the absence of more denaite information tlisn tbat which the public arc at present in pos session of, it is difficult tit pro- | nounee an opinion upon the quarrel between t'le former meaiWrs of the Board of Education and the Govora ment. It is very evident, vrliatcver l»e tbe aatarc of tlie report nkicU t'ueGo- j entire, were cailty of an -attempt li» ] ijiiore tbe functinns of the Esfcutiv^ ; j aiid it is gratifying to find that tliis \ at tempt met with but little support j from the inembcra of tho Hou«. If ; the members of tLe Ucard were umvil- ? lins t:- modify their report, after tho j Executive's refusal to aveej't it, they would have ae-tal in a more dijruiSed manner if they had at once resigned, and then have brought the conduct of tho Excsntive formally under the not iee j of the Parliament. As it is, they have ? first endeavoured to get thijr report i brought bcfiire tiie House l-y a ride ! wind. They bare bee...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. An os, brad by Mr, Lee, of Bsthurst, was kilisd at ?irr'ji»i'ta risi-atsy. th* carCRs. yisid:a5 a aett wti-iii of i:Jj/ibs., cx.-lusivc of tii3 loo=s !'«. wii.j'..-Ia» 11 j Ills. Tfcer.ii: mil was «atirelv g«v.ss-rcd. Mr. S!ie?!ieril. M.L.A. for St. Lsaa ml*, m^t his er.astitueuts in that part if tbe cloetoratc oa t!ie ereaing of the iti iastaat a'.d gave ail aseannt of his acts suid duiugi diirin? the session. He »t;i; iisLoa^J ta r.iCt ti-i!'',-dtla nttjutinn. but opinion differed greatly a5 1 - ths amojtat «f crilit which hi could Jay claiJi t». Coaijjj;.it on this dis» jrs :ai:at, theni22Sa5 separated n-itln-i:t pisiiur m.v voti uf apnroi'al or disapproval in TcTsre^i ti- his l*:i:-lia:nentar-- coaduct. Captain Clarke, iare of tlie Bert'ta. liai biin appoiutei to the oiiumasul of the S=a Witi'a, GoveriBicut pilot schooner; and Captain Walsh, laic of the brig Fortuae, lias beau gazetted pilot fjt- tue !iai!-oiu- of Port Jackson. Tiie heal end pair of a ' wamgal,'...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

LA.XE3T HSTTELrj:GKE:.fc4'OlS- Fron thf Courier. SYDNEV. Frulav, Spjn. Ciptaia Mullmll is drad. Thi three gold escorts hive brought dinrn daring the week over ten tha;c&tuti~ -IO,CO0 j oniices. -nnenl trade is comparatively inactive. Rice ik firm at former irnot&tious. ' Bmidy is being quitted at 133. OUmou's stores show a slight improve ment. Saturday nisHt The icehoii3e on Circular Quay was totally destroyed iiy fire this morning. A grind review of Volnntecrs took place in tits Domain to-day, in honour of Ijcr HajestylCbirthday, About 1500 VoUint*rs were present, and 111 immense concourse of citizens assembled to witness the Epectsck the weather being ail that oouid be desired. His Excellency the tioveruor and suite were on the ground'.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

EASE AiffT- HEALTH TO THE SICK HOLLOWflTS OINTMEHT. Diseases of the Skin TTJ5IVERSAL approbation has been U awarded to this famous Ointment for its efficiency in removing diseases of the skin. For scrofula, scurvy, scald beads, and all eruptions of the skin, both in infancy and inaturer years, no remedy can lie applied which so quickly cures a Holloweys Oint ment, lu the nursery it should always be at hand to ease the many skin affections to which the majority of children are liable. In all beat and tooth rashes the Ointment is wonderfully couling and curative. To sol diers, sailors, miners, and travellers in foreign lands it is invaluable. Sores, Wounds, Bad Breasts, Bad Legs. In this class of maladies, an improvement in tlio appearance of the disease of tut patient, follows the first dressing with the Ointment. It must uot only be smeared on the wound, or sore, but be briskly rubbed for some inches round about the diseased, swollen, or painful parts. It will penetrate to the blood...

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MELBOURNE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

MELBOUKSE. * Fridar afternoon.. Thqlkegislatire Oonuc.il have refused to proceed with (he consideration cf tin l*xn& Bill, until certain cxpianations have horn Baity w.innn ]%J&ntfafe oacilrroa ob Lees broken. Saturday. The Education B31. brringht in by 'Mr. O'SH»nassy. lias been tlir.iv,-n\-ut. Mr. Heales' measure ou the same subject has been read a second time. Mr. BiH. tho printer «f the Arrut, lias cinmicnceJ proceedings against tlis i-peaUor .-if the Assembly for fiilss imitrisoiiuient.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

IMFOCNDDfGS. At Drayton. from Helidon. 6th May, 1S62, byoHer of Win. Turner, Esq. Damages and driving cx|icnscs 10s. per head: — Black mare, stripe on face, J over PF off shoulder, BovcrT near shoulder; bay horse, X in circle over DP conjoined (D reversed) near shoulder, scar near thigh, snip on nose, sear hind foot white, short tail : black mare, E near shoulder, like AB under 230o3shoulder. like 25 under near saddle ; bay mare, liU with Hku ±91 under near shoulder, collar marked, near bip down. If the above horses are not released on or before tbe 30th day of May, 1S62, they will be sold to pay expenses. — Abthub Lijovd. Poundkeeper. From Emu Creek, by order of D. C. Cam eron, Ksq- on 7th May, 1862. Damages and driving expenses 20s. per bead; — Chesnut filly, star in forehead, like A near shoulder, two bind feet white; brown filly, star in forehead. A near shoulder, P off shoulder ; blue roan horse, near eye blind, -jM off shoulder, illegible brand near shoulder; flea bitten grey ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

3SIO33SS -a.3STX- 3ST3STWS QtEES's BrernPA?. — H»r Majesty's Wrth dav was commemorated in Ipswich on Saturday last by the doMn^- ol' all jiiiMii: offices, the banks. an4 p!.iers ef 5)-isli-e?s. The Voiuntoers. both mounted and lout, made exenrsions to the country ; ^nd sci'eral tif tbe townsj»et-plc t.n-k advantage 'f »ln h»li:lay tn make trips on tin- river or visit friends in the farming dlstrictis in tin- nc:gh bonrhond. In the cvenin » ttranj Qnwns land blazed aw«y its saved coppers in cratiers, blue lights, and ruckets i« safe liwalities, and some of her Majesty's sable subjects honoured the occasion with a cor robaree on the ocher side of tiie Limestone ridge. We were glad to see tii.it n--t a Bin:;!* case if tumuit or excess inti-rferL-d ivith tin; | anniversary of a birti: ^i- fruitfsil in bsacfit-s »nd pride to every British £hl-ji-ci. DlSTKIBmiVV ' OF BllSKLTS T-- TUr Blanks.— rThe -Jaecn*s Itirth-day {Saturday; being tins day set apart by custom, f ^r live annual distrtbi...

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NANANGO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

NANANGO. Information from this place extends to the 22nd instant: — -Clappcrdom,' as this region now goes by the name of. is indeed a queer place. Every squatter, they say, has twice as much countxyaebu is payiUK for. E*cl- swxggcringcanraakentan.and it is a caution to notice how two or three of them take full that those riotous rascals at Gayndah arc threatening to write to.Haly, asking him to relieve them from the stigma of his ]»oliti cal connection with them, and that this step they are taking, not su much with tbc hope that Haly bas sense enough to see or be convinced of his singular senatorial unfitness, but fnr tbe aggravating purpose of showing that they can write what they mean in passable English.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

S *3 I^» jPX 3ST G- . ABS1VAJL3. May 21. — Clarence. 3t^atair, Captain Cot tier, from the Xuithorn Ports. Passengers — {From BosJdiaiEpton) — Sir. and Si s. Howard St. George, Miss L*sr, Mr. and Mrs. Clarendon Stewart, sen-ant, and chili Messrs. Andrews, H. 0. Grejory, Lanria, Harming. O. De Satse. Sylvester. -5ray CockerctLJUrcett, Pasooe. Bourke. 31-Ewan. and Rev. Hr. Scully, (from Gladstone) ? ICs^Fux. (Ffom aiaryboroojij} — Messrs. OntrHce. Din all, and Ai;eibach ; tc Teiher with fifteen in the steerage. IMPORTS. XJUrenae : (From Xarybniniigh for Sydney} loii casks tallow, 2(14 hides. TglejrrApli ; 2 packages, H. Banaiger; 6 cases whisky, 8 cases old torn. 1 kur. J. Murphy ,. 26 bags maize, 72 ba£p« sugar, I case coffee, 3 barrels currants, 25 boxes tea. Pantau and Co. : 5 hogsheads ale, o cases brandy, 5 cases old torn, 10 ca^es geneva, 2 liogsli£r.ds ram, 12 casks bottled p:-ner. 3 cases champagne. 2 casks psrU'r. 2 casf? hock, 3 cases claret. I package. 3. S. O/dvie ; 10-J bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

AND I -JCEESgLAKB GESEHAI, APVERTISEK, I IS published on Tcesdat, Thubsdat, and j Satcrdat mornings, and forwarded to Omntry Sabtcriber* by the esriiestauttls. I TKK*8 OF SOBUCBIFXnHr. J PerQaarter, inadvaace — ? 9*. I Per Quarter, credit ? 4Ua. I Subscribers will be charged from the -late of commencing their subscriptions. TEEMS OF ADrEBTISQfC. a. a. Two lines, er under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Fonr lines, or under half an inch ? 2 0 £ix lines, or under three-quarters of aninch ? ? ? ? 2 -- Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under all inch ? 1 0 TEBMS OP BOCOVST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 'W cant. IS „ „ ? 15 » 26 „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and rfrhttrgred accordingly. Advertisements from Xoa-subscribers must be paid for previously to publication. Orders countermanding Advertisements trill not be attended to unless received by Test o'clock on ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

SVDXEV 3IARKETS. We lnve aivi-ts to the lath instant, tlio 5 A. l/er,,'J sWes the f.Uawing pjrticaiirs ct the st-te -?[ the aurkels :— I'ioarci: Maekctj. The tror.l n.i;-Ic.-t Is hardly so firm, not vrithiUnJinE; the Ea^lisii neir-i «hk-li re ports aa &av.i!ics in prises. Oa reference hTver.T to t!w cvdojue ar.d OL-cwant of eal.'M, iLis !ia- .--;i!_v bt-t-n t«e case in FL-tMirel w.-r-!f. c-.i3«!i!i(?r.t!;.-t;i.?re wasno Jis^.-itiu^ to op^ratj at any auian?-; ca !utj rites. Of lOS balra r.f.aeds.i-dsy,35wcre Tritluls-atvu Th* »ri;n.-:r=] ]3ts so:d were as foliom :— ;'.G bi'.es fleece (3,t fc.UiU.iacd), at 17§d^ U b:le3 swnrc-i LK, at2!d.; S bales Rreaw, II duuamd -M, «i L The prices obtai.i:-.l ior the several !:,ts scld rouged thus: Fleece, I4J-1. to 1753. : seasred, 17W. to 21d. ? gr-Mse, S.Ji- to IOd.; taixed, 5-d. to lid. licks, HJi to T*d. SEs:Er.-iiiN-i are trithont any alteration. Lp.Tard5 of 3000 vr^re so:J at 'from 4d. t« oi pcrlb. The market is steady, and th.i-.re ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

co3v«ijv-n3jacxAx.. ' .JIT1'0? Se'wt=1-— BvMr.B.Forrpfr: 10 bales shetpaKii^s; .1 «a»b» tsllaw and as hVrtea. By Messrs. V*. H. VTUson and Co ? 1 bale of woo'., 1JKOK; 3 b*csof iv.mI T \Y. «Sr Ca-; i» ;,,.^.i-,r ..i.....-.X;_. at «r. ^ -^^ri^n^sBcKfc'iilfei-.T.Sr. £ Co. ^Ye 'ndarstand that the cattle station of Tabber. ia the Burnett district, has been disposed of bv Mr. A. Sn-anson to Messrs Mortimer and Siraascn, for tho sum of £5000.— Cmirur.

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