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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 December 1842

TER-PRESS PIRNTING Y DSCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPIILTS, CIULAIRS, BILL-IIADS, hAW FORMS, ? IAND-DILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., ed with neatness and despatch, AT TIIC Pd3RAL FaI P llS* F©JCE, GAWLER-STREET, P'UBLISHING5 OPFIC OF TO TLAND GUARDIAN,. For Sale, TiHE well-kiiown. fast-sail L lng schooner SALLY ANN. Terns.liberal Apply to . IIENTY IBROTHIERS. rtland, her 1, 1842.·) l r WOOL. oUndersigned are purchasers,'or will ad -nce on Wool consigned to their friends, Iluckle and Co., .London. IIENTY BROTHERS. trect, Portland,, . at iS, 3812. f Ie, at the Stores of tlid Undirsigiied, UR, first, seconds and thirds Oatls pollard wglass 8 x ,10, 10 x 12, 12 x 1.1 red, green, white and black lils, turps moist and refined IIawes's , uscatel and Cape is, figs, prunes, dates 'ed fruits, jams quiiart and pint, (in cases) " mussaird e aie d coarse, in casks, bags and baskets ti ard camp ovens of sizes iEnglish and Dutch, eolonial butter whitening. sole,kiip, kangaroo and dressed sheep ski...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND PRICE CUR[?] WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

POITLAND PRICE c - WIOLs?ALE rszcts, Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - draught,i per barrel, Ashby's per hhd. ditto -. -------- er. barrel, burton Beer, Trueman's. stout, per Ihd.. I-oanre's, -. - - bottled, Taylor's, Baecon, per lb., taking the flitch . Beef, Hambro', per barrel - . - East India, ditto . Bran, per.bushel, .Bricks, per thousand, Butter, per lb, Candles, English, per Ib, . - Colonial ditto Cheeso, Enogeib, 1per lb. Canvass, per bolt - Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from Coffee, per cwt. Corks, per gross Deals, per foot - - Flour, firsts, per 1001b3 . . . - seconds, ditto Frnuit, raisins, per lb. - currants, ditto Grain, wheat, per butshel - ----- barley, ditto - oats, ditto'; , Gunpowder, per lb Hams, ditto - Hay, best description, scarce - Iron, assorted, per ton Litharge, per cwt. - Lead, per o . wt. - shot, ditto - Oil, lamp, per gallon - linseed, boiled - - ditto, raw - - White lead, per cwt Black per t t. - Green ditto - Yellow ('E di ito - Blue . ditto Turpentine, p...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I TY DISTINCTIONS.-WPV observe by the Police Reports in the Mercury the names of tnmuel Hutcltins on ad George Dale, while in the next paragraph tlley.have digniied another publican with tho title of Mr. Sincfh petty dis 'tinctions are nht worthy the ixotice 'of te res pectable indivi"halns oir pointedly insulted, but it lends to'sho, the nolimue ?f the ablc (?)'con denrto ft that pri t. I, xo SA.?s.--A settlement will be formed at. Twofold Bay in March next, and thtl'sale'cf the town and sub allotments will be held in Sy~rincy. The 4sin ment have determnined on olning a township near. Melbourne, to b, talled St. Kilda; they have also turned their attention .to the north, but the probability of a sale it Portland is. not even hiahe4 atm tr the Sydney lpapern. -Why' the Governor ha over looked this -district, remains a secret, but the: time may come when hi reasons will. tronktire. We trust they will be satisfactory to.the inxiabi santa of this town, who cannot' b...

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To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. "Magna est veritas, et prevalebit." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

Tq tte .Editor of. tle artland Guardian. ' Magna est veritas, et prevalebit." Sin,-How long will th'ecomplacent E of the Portland Mercury continiue to'insult the under standingsof tlhe fe who through mere curiosity, take a cursory glincqat itsalollowcolumns?, Do they suppose for one moment that their "un .llu hing impudence," their !' consumat' igno-' rance,".their:' "love of falsehood," and their pblished fnesie, can be palmed on their readers for true independence, mental discrimination, veneration for truth, and honest. of purpose ? If,'in the ifnbecility of their intellect, tbeythus think, I can assure them they egregriously err, .and the. sooner they undeceive themselves,. the better. . They really appear to .ima gine that by becoming possessed of a few. antique types for a brief season, they must also, as a necessessay cpnscquence, be endued with ctraordinary talents. Infatuated mortals I .Destitutpt as they' ppear (p be, of. shamse 1 seriously think they must, on sobei reflee...

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THE PEN AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

'TIllE PEI AND T'iiE PRESS. I lautiN CRITC:tLY PtINCE, .?N OPLR.aTIE 11 Acr. . ',nu;'_G enius ,lked out by the m ountai,,n trd adtream s 1It: !~tued by the power of his ownplaleent drears, Till the silent. the wayward, the wandeting thing, F,.d a plume thstthadfal'it'onpa S p~ing,:ir'swing. Exulting and pronud, like a boy at his play, tie bore the new prize:t tts dweltig aw-ay : lie gazerd fr a while nu its Leauties, au. then li. cut it. and shaped it, and ecied it a Pe. lint its magical ene he diL-,covered not yet, 'l'iii he dipped its bright lipsin a fount:; n of j:t, And uh ! ohat a gloriou thing it became, Ior: it suoke to the world in a language of flame ; While it mrnas:er rwrote.on like a being inspired. 'Till the hearts of the mnil.ns awere meited or tired : it ca:e as a b?on and: a blesaing to men, The prne:e?fl, the pure, thre hictor?o-s Peol YTong Genius-wer.t forth on his trovels once more, The vast, sunlesr caverns of earth to explore ; l!e searched the rude rock, andwi...

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CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

CHINA NEWS. II, M. S. I'indictire, Captain Sir Trup Nicholas, arrived at Hobart Town, brings, the important intelligence that war with China has been terminated. The following are the conditions:-. e 1. Lasting peace and friendship between. the two empires. .2 China to.pay twenty-one millions of dollars in the course of the present and three succeeding years. " The Ports of Canton, Amoy, Foochow, Ningpo, and Shang1jai, ±o be thrown open to British Merchants, Oqsliular Officers to be apipointed to reside at tlicm, and regular and just traffic of import aind export (as well as inland transit) duties to hbe established and .published. pu4. he Island of Hong Kong to hbe ceded in perpetuity. to her Brittannie M[ajesty, her heirs and successors. 5.. All subjects of IHe.Brittannic Majesty (whether natives of Europe or India) who may be confined in the China Empire, to be. unconditionalli; released. 6. An Act of full and entire amnesty to. be published by the Emperor, nnder the imperial sig...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1842. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

IORTILAND GU iRDIAN, And Normnanby General Advertiser. "TO r?°TECT OUt-"5iiiTS-5OT To a\F-r? °vlE ua T1?'O0E oF OTIILRS." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,.1842. OURSELVES. +' st tiam ip nobis is animus " * * ut non. modoe nuliius audecie ceelums, red etam 'oescs Iusr.onos ULTRO I, .sasa? s." NoTwrwTnsT.?NnXO all our best energies ha e been enlisted in tle reformation of our redoubtable colloquist and contemporary, commronply known as the Portland Mercury, we fear ?e are but grasping at a shadow so eternally crratic as to bid defiance to our ut-. most diligence ; and were it not for our powers of more thar, ordinary endurance, we should cede the mpelancholy task until it wore a fairer aspect, There is, however, resting on us a more momentous and more piessing obligation than our contemporary's rescue from volun tary degradation; and it is one from which, we assure our readers, we are fully purposed not to shrink., llesides the nrotection we would award to the civil and religious rights of the ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

ORzmGIWA co?ESPBon roEran.. T? the ?ditor. of the Portland Guardian. Stn-( beg, through the mediumof yourpopu lar journal, to deny some charges recently made againstmeby'Mr. Fisher, printerof the 'Mercury newspaper. Not wishing to suliscribe to that paper, I teldered4 iy resignation previous to toe? pepiration of the quarter. On the com mencement of the ssqcceeding one, the paper was left as usual, 'upon which I waited on Iir. Fiihei at the Meriuiy office, and told hinim I did not'.ynderstand thq meaning of it, as'I had reigned thle paper, three weeks previosgsly; he replied he would compel me't, .tak it,' asid charged me with endeavouring to ipjpre the Mercury by holdihg nocturnal m etypgs pon Mr. Rickett's preinises, for the purpose of. cancoct in onyl0nou coimi i ications tending to injure he reputation of t ie Mercury. He also stated.that he held a copy of verses composedby me ridiculing him and his friends. - As Mr., Fisher reiterated these-charges in the presence of others, I ...

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PORTLAND'S PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

I'OR.TLAND'S" :PROSPERITY. AT a period when the. free institutions of Great Britain are about beilg conceded to the inihabitants of the vast Continent: of which this fertile District fori.s en impor taut division, we think it is iifneratively the duty of all classes of our cpmlntuity, laying. I aside petty distinctions and minor shades of difference, tp snite in pursuing that course. which, upon dUe consideration, may "be; unanimously decided tppoq as mostbeneficial in its adoption,' and being more immediately conducive. to " Portianrd's Prosperity." Since the openiing of this settlement in October. 18.10, when the Colonial Govern ment realized unprecedently high prices for the town ]alqd disposed of, iio eifort has been made to accelerate ithe growth of that which they caused to spring into existence. The money then abstracted from circulation in this district, has since- been appropriated to the beautifying of Melbouine , and other purposes equally foreign to its legitimate expend...

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[?]REIGN INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

S bW iZG!T- InTS.LZIGENMG. \ ENGLAND. ,NEws to the 13th of August has been re ceived in the colony. The glorious intelli gence ofthe humbling of his Celestial Ma jesty, and the additional laurel thfs added to the well-tried valour qf our troops, must he a source of unfeigned joy to every true Briton. The New Constitution for this co loby had passed through the Imperial Legis lature, and ere tlhis )tas been received in 8ydney. Money -was very abundant in ngland :- Hostilities, it was understood, would be resumed in Syria, in which the British fleet would be engaged in checking the insolence and tyranny of the -Turkish government. Wceare sorry in having to report that the August wool sales'showed a slight decrease is the price. - The following is from the Examiner of the 13th August. " Parliament was this day prorogued by her Majesty, in person. At a fewi minites after two o'clock, her Majesty, who was ac- h companied by Prince Albert and, thd Here- r ditary Prince and Princess of Sax...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

COLONIAL MARK T3i ..., CARF.FULLY CORRF.CTED UP TO THlE LATtT Dt'i;; . " Flour, first.:., 1 2 0 Bread, 4lb?..,, I. r i Seconds....... 1 0-0 ,P~tates, cwt.., 0 114 C0 Ratioi.......... 0 17 0 Beef, lb.........0 0 ?4 Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton .....,..0 U , Maize,,.,....0 6 :0 P'rk .........0 0: Bran, per 201b. 0 2 '0 Veal .....0....0 0?' LAU CE STON. ; ,heoat,;bushel,, 0 6 .0 I Beef, poerlb.,,. : ?- J3arley :.. .:0 ': 0 \O ittoo . .. ...0 0 ,5 O-ts..t ... :0 4 " Park..... ..0 0 : Flour, firsts.. t18 0 0 Veal.......0 9 Seconds'...... I 0 0 .lutter .... 1U I 0" Thirda.. ... 0 0 Bread,Slb ,,..0 0 10 . ADE.LAIDE. Wheat, busihel.,0 8 0 Flour, firsts,, 8 0 ' Irati.... .... , 1 4 Sceonds...,. .20' 0-? - a4rley,. ,,..;0 4 0 Beefl per lb .... 00 ,' Oats, ,,,. .0 0 ' itt o ... ...0' 0 : 1 Maie .,.....0 0 0 IP rk....... .0 0 Potatoes, ton., "0 0 .Iutter : .0 2 Finellofiurl001bs.£l Q 0 lpeef, perlb.'t. '0 0 .' SecoEds .......0 17 0 ?hltton.., . 0 U ..'e Tiirds......0....15 ORum, inbond ..0 3,(: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

-". .SELLING OFF, . ... ii . ..... . ... WtUAs m' pWELL 13 r to acquaint the Public that he hatirurs nir onouienced SELLING OFF, at prices L) unprecedente4dl low, for ca?sh or eood orders, hil ' :,ENEBA j. STOIK OF I(00)DS, Y LO R l .1 lA1):)WAlE • A GLASS EARTHENWAR.E SLOPS Sof.as h, or good order',, payan le in .?'aentia, aitd the goods .fiorzrcded at ing nccount. is requlitecd -on for theIFIoCr .Poulnd L.oaf. :i: \nnnon ; n .r h:;b ha t.r.v oti e 1:w na : :'.tie?rd to incur d:- v'n t i !:, an. TO BE T. T HOUSE, adapted eithe for Ship or relli;ng ? l.ousre. Terms very lao .Apply at the O.,e v: the 'orlad Ouardian. / COOPEP.2IG. t Sorder, and on sIe t . Fraser's" Cooperage, unposite Mr.Cronin'., (Goldch Fleece Inn, Gavler street.. " . . P.C Guagmg done. On Sale. at the Stores of the Undartigned, at reduced rates. "TLOUR, Tea, Sugar, Tobacco. Wool ~leg ,ls J every DIacrriptiou ofGo?darequioite for Settlers, or Itetailers' use. IIISTNT BROTIIRS?. NOTICE. " It. GEORGE GREEN, of the Gr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

DIED At Paranyallock, near Lake Colac, on the morning of the 15th November, after a very short   illness,in the fortieth year of her age, HARRIETT the beloved wife of Robert M'Culloch, Esq.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

sMISCELLAZ OUS. ORIt?rs or THIE 1i7A1 IN; -rFtIIAIS"ZAc,. Amongst our letters from India just received which throw light more or less upon the state ofaflhirs there, and the occurrences which brought matters in Cabool to such a melan choly pass, one ofan extremely singularcha racter maybe mentioned, which;'from itscu rious details, is really worth attention, more especially as tie lady writer asserts Itht the the facts may be relied upon, and are wee known in the hiigher circles in India. It would seem, according to this statement, that woman, '1 the cause of all man's woe," was the cause, in perfect innocence, however, of the late disaster in Afglhanistan. . The.story runs thus :-Some time after'the arrival of" Lady M'Naghten in Cabool, to join her hus band, Sir William, he received the news of his appointment as Governor of Bombay. When considdring the necessary arrange ments for proceeding to take pdssesioil of his government, Sir William, of course, could nit but look to the saf...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

gYDNEf. WE have received news to the 7th'Nov. but nothing of importance had tranispired in the Australian metropolis: Like the Port Phillipians, the Sydney folk were.busily en gaged in electing their municipal offtcleer~. but were much inmore deliberate in their proceed ings. We quote the following from thi pus. Chronicle, thp editor of which paper had been presented with a splendid watch by llis suppqrters, as a mark of their sense of his great and well directed literary attain ments : . Amongst ?te hupplies vqted we find £265,000 for mnintainiqg convicts at New. South Wales and" yan Diierpen's Land; £4,034 in aid of the settlement of Port Es-' sington ; and £7,099 for defraying the ex paense of the settlement of Western Australia. On the motion for £50,000~'to enable the, Lqrd I ieutenant of Ireland to. issue money for the advancemeut of . Education in that country, Mr. Plumtre opposed the grant assertihg that few Protestants send'their chl, dren to the' schools under the manageme...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

COMMsiERCIAL & ZIARITNEh sEWaS. I.vroaTAst To Ma?sros or COLOtIAL. V=s i.-Th'e Comn is.ioner of the-Court of Re at diaeaic.fc", nd thether mreted ? esses, inot, are compelled, under Act of Council, to keep a watch on board. The object of the Act being to prevent pri;oners absrpnding from the Colony. The decision wts made in'tpe case of G(entry v. Ward; itn which the plaintiff sought. h al:?'ov? er dmrr eg? g krSkain of the 'guard-boat for laying an infoiinationin a case that was dismissed. .His Honor also expresed his desire thaat every publicity should be given to this case, as it concerned persons who ap peared ignorant at present of the extent and application of the Act of Co'ncil. - fobart Sorn Courier. Tho Trial having put into Rio de Janeirp re-. ports itle' Caleb Angyus, from South Aulstralia, bound to London, having touched there, and }ailed again on theGtilAugost. The Sr. George, Suohrue, from London, in M)ay, touched at Rio,' and sailed again for New Zealand on the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

. SI. PPIN. INT ..I.. S NS . - ARRIVED. -Dec.;:.--The cutter Jan AN?o E sat. .Mitchell, master, lroUp 2,(elUounae .Three paosengers in the SAILED. Dec. 7.-The schooner YILIt W.V.AreI, larding, manter.r.fo iatncer.na. Passengers--.Mr. Ricketts, Mr. Sitmmonds, Captain and Alrs. Saunders; and the crew pf the Dcrsv M\IILLE'. IMPORTS. Cargo of the JANE AND EMMA.-2 bags sugar, 1 ditto salt, 1 1/2 chests tea, 1 box hardware, 1/2 case do. 1 wheel, Claridge, 8 bags flour, half-chest tea, 1 bag salt, 1 bag oats, two bags sugar, W. Tulloh; 7 packages luggage, Order; 3 do. do.. 1 bundle bee- hives, Ritchie; 1 1/2 tons flour, Mitchell; 1 1/2 chests tea, 2 boxes soap, 3 bags oats, I cast brandy, I do.. irosnmongery,2. bgs sugar, 1 bag rice, Campbell; I bundle Itops, 1 scythe, I parcel, I keg nails, llunter. ppla.ks; 2 cases slops, I b?leset spirits of tar, 1 barrel tar, Order, I'XPORTS. • Cargo of the WIt.L W.T'cs-17,8 shp p, '-1- bales wool; 2 cases merchandize, 1 bar iron. "

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

Coz.LONAL .INTELEIGEZNCI, MELBOURNE', \VW have received, by th~cutter Asni, files of Melbourne papers to the 29th ul There had been great eqmspotion rehtl the.municipal elections, party. feeling ning very high; the newspapers are filled with addresshs frtm the constits of the-everal wards, callingoui partiest come candidates for the office of co councilmen, which, in some instances, riot been acceded to.. 4 serious ins i standing existed between the' editors newspapers, with regard (qHisHonor Willis. Mr. Arden, in a public letter, charged Mr. Kerr, editor of the Patriot, a proprietor of the Portland 'Mercury, being under pecuniary qbligations to ,Judge, and allowing that functionar write for the paper. .Mr. Kerr and 1U 11. Qihorne, the talented editor of the T have had an altercation, arising out ofa dalous attack lvy the former psion 'the pr chairacter of thelatter, which ended insi lenge from Mr. Osborne, whici" wasnna cepted, and "Baillie NicholsJaroie" hid .ire.ten'edvwith..an :...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

• _.-- _? _? __r? ? _? __,:_ : :y._ _.? ? ='_'_ __.''2*:---?- .... IMELBOU RNE. 'l'Itr Pxraior.-Our reader wtrll not be surprised to learn thit the Fditor ofthe Port 'Philip Patriot, whom we have proved to be a coward, still continues ipublishing in his elandereus journal contcmptable perer::d ities against us. We could retort with fear fi eft'ect, b,.t although we could prove hin to be in every vice as deeply dyed as his Satani;c Majesty himself, that would not render ourselves more angelie in the eyes of te: public, et vice versa. The Fditor of the .Patriut ia tao ignorant to discuss any subject upon its owit merits, and being llia~il of re eeiving literally a lsorsewhlippii, which bona fide he already has, for his personalities, he eadeavours assassin-like to vent his venom as a correspondent of his own journal. Were a scholar and a gentlema o our opponent we could discutss with pleasure any topic of gen bral interest; but we war not with such a creature as the conductor of the L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 December 1842

LETTA-PMRESS PRINTING OF VRY DSCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPIILTs, CItCULAtRS, BILL-tHADs, LAW FORMS, ISAND-BILL, CARDS, &C. &C., ecuted with neatness and despatch, AT TIIE . ©igErAi L pna!73!?a @©w30, GAWL'ER-STREET, rUnLtsar1l otFFi OF ,T1l TORTLAND. GUARDIAN, AT - ooZ. : IIE Undersigncd are purchasers; or will ad vance on Wool consigned to their .friends, essrs. Buckle and Co., London. - : 1 IlENTY BROTHERS. lia-street; Portland,) August 18, 184S-f n sale, at the Stores of the Undersigned, LOUR, first, seconds and thirds . Oats rai, pollard indow glass 8 x 10, 10 x-12, 12 x 14 ant, rea, green, white and black . aint oils, turp ugar moist and refined 'offee • '- . Oap, Hawea's aisinsi MAiscatel and Cape urrants, figs, prunes, dates reserved fruits, jams ickles, quart and pint, (in ca.es) adies, mustard alt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets ron pots and camp ovens of sizes opes hecse, Englisli.and Dutcl:, colonial butter 'inegar, whitening. reacle eather, sole...

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