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PORTLAND PRICE CU[?] WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

PORTLAND PRICE Or, WHOLSALE PRICCS. Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand i t - draught, per barrel, :Ashby's . lt ---- per hlid. ditto per barrel; burton " "l1 Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. . - Ioare's, - - - bottled, Taylor's, - a , Bacon, per lb.; takingthe flitch Beef, Hambro', per barrel I 1 - EastIndia, ditto - . Dran, per bushel, 0 u ' t Brieks, per thousand, . I) 11 Butter, per lb, - Candles, English,. perlb, - " - Colonial ditto - Cheeae, Engllsh , per lb. - 0 I - Colonial P - . - 0 91 Canvass, per bolt' - ' - Cigars, dutly pid, per 1000, Trom - I.: Cofll, per ct.e - - - 'l'I Corks, per gross - -0 Deals, per foot ' - 0 t Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. "-' - I -----seconds, ditto • li Fruit, raisins, per lb/. - - - 0 0 t - currants, ditto - 0. I G rain, wheat, per biiushel - - barley, ditto - .11 - oats, ditto - 0 Gunpowder, per lb' - - 0 SI lams, ditto - - - 0 1Il IIay, best descriptibn, scarce - 9l Iron, assorted, per toni - - 210 Litharge, per cwt. - - - 4 4 I Lead, per cwt. - - - -...

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THE ATTEMPT ON HER MAJESTY'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

iltE ATTEMPT ON IIER MAJESTY'S LIFE. 'ihe following l:nc3 (written by Mrs. Norton at the time t.f O:sford's attempt upea her Majesty's life) may interest cur readers at the present to ment. The courage ansd presence of mind exhibited on that oceasion by her Majesty, are fresh in the minils of her subjects, and well deserved the epithet of Ceenr de Lion, here applied to them. The ori ilnal m.xInioeript cope, was. sec believe, presentted to h" e Queen by her Grace tih Duchess of Sutherland:- IId ES. Oa the remnarh" altributcedl to E',sardt Oxford, that "a woman orught t ant to gorrna this co:rnry." June, 1810. "A wast.N: shouhIl not rule this reahlt;" ()lt weak and bruta. mind In w!hich fierce igs:orncre of truth 'Wiil folly was rombined: Shall England, then, forget wshen tir.o.t tair Commerce spread lier ails, VWhile Peace and P'lenty dwelt untharmed Withini her fertile vale:? V. hesi. planted like our ti.:ive o:., T''o flourish evermotre, ieligion I ose isn Majeity, 'i'Te stormss of...

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JETTY AND LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

JETTY AND LAND SALE. Wc learn from a source entitled to the miost im plicit credence, that our long talked of jetty in perspective, is not to gladden our eyes or cheer our hearts for some time to come. Oir respec ted Police Magistrate has received.:an official despatch intimating the disapproval,, at head quarters, of Mr. Wiseman's plan and tender, for many formidable reasons, some of these having reference to its form, the Eospect of its stability, and its site, but the nist ponderous of all, as will be leadily guessed, is the amount for which its erection has been proposed. Now, under such circumstance, our "benign counsel and advice" to the inhabitants of the town and district isthat a pmblicmeetirigbe con vened at an early opportunity, and that they proceed to discuss, with the greatest possible singlenessof purpose, themeritsof the question- Jetty or no Jetty; and also by way of econo mising time and trouble, that at the same mgpt ing they discuss the imlportant subject of a La...

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THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

TIJE NEW CONSTITUTION. Br our Sydney papers, which come downto the 3rd of this month,- we perceive that the Ne?w South Wales Bill had received several amendments in its"passing through the Iui perial Parliament.. A ebpy of the Bill, in its amended form, had been received in Syd ney, by which we see an amendment as rd gards this Province ; a fifth represcntative had been added for the Port Phillip Dis trict, and thereforo'Portland Bay must at least send one representative to the Colonial Legislative, a proof that we will not enjoy. " representation only infname."

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

By the kindness of a friend we are in possession 8 of a London Morning Chronicle to a recent date, r containing the following accounit of a lateWool Sale itn the metropolis, uwhich must prove highly gratifying to our conitry friends, after the gloomy details whichl have reached the colony wiith regard to the depreciation of this article in England,but which, it will be perceived, was confined to a few of the manufacturing towns: " The quantity brought forward was between 7,000 and eight thousand boales; of which 6,063 were froi Australia. The attendance of buyers from our manufacturing districts Was very nu merous, and upon the average, nearly 2d. per pound above former prices was obtained. In contrast to the intelligencefrom Manchester, and other cotton-manifuacturing towns, this report is highly satisfactorv, as an answer to those re ports so pEctinaceoussly s?rcadthat every branch ofoneindustry is at presentcompletelyyparalysed. NrtW SOUTH WALES WOOL. . To 'the increased quantity...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

COLONIAL MARKETS, crsFUrsbLY connlRIc TD rI' nTO TiHE D LTI:SI' IA.TE. S lORT PIIIlld ".If" F louri first..... 1 0 Bread, fI:.:...0 1 0 Seconds....... I 0 0 Potatoes,? ct... 0 1. 0 RtatiotL.. 0.....0 17 0. .Beefrlb....I:. . 0 ' .. Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton ......i 0 Maize;.......0 G 0 Pork .. ..r..,0 0 f? Bran, per'201b. 0 2" 0 V0al ......... 0- li LAUNCESTON. Wheat, bushel.,0 'It 0 Beef, pcr lbf ,..0 0 lI Barlks'........0 5 0 lisutton.o.. .0 0 Oats........ 0 .............. ........, 7 Flour, firsts..1S 0 o Veal.'........"0 . Seconds......ii 0 0 Butter ........0 6 sThirds.1.'..,14 00 Bread,l .ff... if 0 10 )DELAIDE. Whleat bushels,.0 0 Flour,. firsts .;28 0 0 :a' 'Bean... 0 1 ,1, S,)?o ,a?.. 0 0 : :?i, Barley. 0 0... . 0' .:40 'f3eef,1erh. Ogts....0..... 7 0 Muttoen ......0 ) b Maize ..... 0 6 0 Pork... .....0 0 , ( - Potatoes, tof. 10 0 0 Buller ... .0 '.' . -SYDNEY. fineflotr100lbs.£1 00 Becf, perlb.....0. (10.5 Seconds., .... 017 0 Mutton........G0 0 Thirds....... 015 0 Ium, in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

NOTICB. TOTICE is hereby given that Mr. Trevor ) ITL Winter is not, nor ever has been, a part ner of the firm of Messrs. Winter Brothers, on or! the.Wannon • nor has he at any thae been au- at thorised to incur debts on their accoult. .VWINT''EIR BRiOTIIERlt Nov. 19..1S-12. T?O BE LET., tIOUst:. adapted either for S!up or iDwelling 1 ouSe. .'t'erams very lo.. Applyat the O:tice of the Portlandi Guardian. On Sale, at the Stores of the -Undersigned, iat reduced ratos. I.OUll, Tea, Sugar,. Tobacco,-'Woo Bags and . every lescripti.n tofGoodlrequisite for Settlers, or lietailers' use. .IIETY DBIROTIIRS- C NOTZC,. R. GEORGE GREEN,iof the Grange Burn, 1 will . r eive all orders for th? e Portaand Guar- . dian fromie parties in that neighbourhood, aod his ie ceiur will be a sutilcient discharge. Subscribers' pa'pers aill be forwarded regularly to the Grange, undercover to .1r. Green,from whom tc'y can be obtained on application. SWOIlDS AND W'ILKINSON Always on sale at the stores of the und...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

MISCELLANEOUS. ----I---^~--------- DunEL wITsi SAnsES.- -TiOtli eers of the Belgian lancers' at Lou? sin, haviing a few days ago quarrelled over a game of dominos, went out to fight a duel wsit their.sabres, when one of thelm was killed by a stroke from that of his \dversary, which literally clove his skull. Ti? YTEAr oFrGaCE, 1942,--I am stand ing 'upon Shakespear's' Chit ;or, what re mains of it, wonldering 'ati, the ruins of the railroad, and waiting lbor the daily post from Australasia. .I see a speck-in theelouds, and hail the harbinger of news.. The post man' alights for halt-a-second (hisegulation breathing time), folds lis ct?outchouc'wings, sucks in a concentrated lS?enge, the viituds of a quart of London porter, blows his nose with an asbestos pocket. handkerchief, and is off again like a rocket, before I have seen .whethei my letters have the postmark ofAd elaide or of Sydney.- Ainsworth's Maga zine. PnivRiENTION o SliirWitecli ON A LE-= snons-A notlice las been received ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

CCLOXTAL INTEL. IG2NCE. SOUTII AUSTRALIA. SciOTi Aus'rnALst A 1W is-ArT MIARKET. 'T:he cftrts which have been tmade by the agriculturalists durinughe present year, a year in which every c s of the community .has been 'suficring under great pecuniary dIficeulties, are ccaninly unexampled, and are such as nothing short of the indomitable spirit of the British could have persevered in. .nI the course of the present year, about 20,000 acres of land have been brought under cultivation, about 13,000 of which have been cropped with.wheat. . Conside:r ing that .about one-half of this had be.v broken up last year, and that the crop.: throughout the country promised well, it we: natural to expect thatabout eighteen bushel per acre, making a total of 234,000 bushlA 'would have been realised; but in this calea lation we have been too sanguine. T'he early part oa last autumn was very dry, hnd much of the corn sown at that time came up so badly as not to be worti reaping at all ; a great deal of ...

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JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

JAMAICA. At Jamaica the scarletina occupies gener al attention. The Morning Journal publish ed in Kingston says:- It is very deep regret we da:ly witness the ravages which the scarletina is makinig among outi fellow-citizens. The reflcctioti is almost enough to weigh down the mind of the stout est. There are very few famnilies in Kings ton who are not more or less visited by this courage. Indeed such is .the'situations of somne families, that they are diftirely indebted to the kindness of friends and neighbours for the little assistance rendered them during this awful visitation, there being not one-in some families to help the other. Whence arose the dise:ase it is hard to say. Some sufppose'it" to have been among, the femuales and children of.thse 60th regiment, while others are of opinion that it first mad: its ap piearance among some of theEuropean enmi grants. Be this as it may, one fact is cei tain, and that is-the scarletina prevailsover the whole island, and is sweeping offy...

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[?]OLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

LONIAL INTELLIGENCE. 'iid.c papers have come to hand, per. -AN?, to the 13th instant. The in ts had completed their municipal ns, andaffairs were assuming a milder "As the SALLY' ANN A was leaving, ge vessels were entering the port; sup to-be from England: We give the ng extracts: ENTABLE Occu??ccE.-In our last ation we stated that a Mr. Carshairs, er of Mr. "Purves' station' at Mount and Mr. J. - Osbourne, brother-in Mr. J. )1.Chisholm, had left the sta f Mr. Purves some eight weeks since, ad not afterwards been' heard of." It our sad task to state that intelligence aceld Melbourne of. the missing par ve been found drownded in a lagoon station, of Messrs. Farie and Rodger. atches found on the persons of the de-i had stopped at a quarter after 6 o'clock, which it.is conjectured that .they were. ed in the day time. No grounds. ex entertain .-apprehensions that their a resulted from means other than acci I. Shortly after. the. bodiee-were.dis ed-thijt were deceeitlylifiterred, near go...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1842. HYDRARGYRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

PORTLAND GUAlIDIAN, And" Normanby General Advertiser I "TO PROTECT OUt RIHIITS--NOT TOtINFRINOEUPON STIOStE OF OTHIIES." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1812. g IIYDRARGYRUM. If All teems infected that th' intfected spy, i As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye" IT would savour too much ofthe supercilious and egotistical were we entirely to disregard our contemporary and his illustrious eli'u sions, and as there appears to be some orga nic derangement of his constitution, under :which he'at present labours, it would be un kind in us not to make every reasonable al lowance for his "petulance.. ili vis ion is evidently disturbed, impartingits own pecu liarities to every object that.nmeets it, and we are extremely sorry to say.that we think' lie must.be a bit of a monomaniac beside, for like people in that melancholy condition, he is eternally harping tpon.one stibject, fver-: lastingly raving about us, and nobody else. His last number seems wholly dedicated to our enlightenment, for which we...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

FOR~ IGN, INTELLIG.ZCE. ENGLAND. We have received English and Irish papers to the 31st August, brought' by the ' Dun LIN,' which arrived in Port Phillip previous to the sailing of the SALLY ANx, and.which' furnish some painful statements as to the dis astrous condition of- the manufacturing in terests at home, and the consequent de pression of trade. Serious popular out breaks in many of the Mhinufacturing dis tricts had taken place and many lives lost by the military firing on .tle'.people. At the date'of the latest news, .however, the com motion was fast subsiding, and tranquillity likely to be soon restored: the'29th August'on a visit to the'metropbo lis of 'Scotland.s The Queen and her illus trious consort intended to proceed as far as Dunrobin Castle, in Sutherlandshire. The Royal Gcorge yacht, Captain the Right IIon ourable Lord Adolphus Fitzclarence, G. C. H., had the honor of conveying her Majesty and Prince Albert to Granton Pier, near Edinburg, andandaccompanidbyseveral ve...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

LOCAL ITEL.LIGEmCE. CrrUTION TO BulrcSEsi.-The Police Magis- , ; trate, in adjudicating upon a case of scabby sheep, on Monday, took occasion to drawpublic atten tion to the 5th section of an Act of Council, entitled, "An Act for the preventing the exten sion of the infectious disease commonly called thescab." His Worship said that as the provisions of .the Act in question would be strictly enforced, the same as in other Parts:of thecolony,itwould be only. fair that interested parties should be made acquainted with such' determination, .as also with the penalties attending a breachof the " .law in question. This is just m it ouglh to he; : for while the business of the police office is con- - ducted in this straightforwarc way; general satis faction must be the consequence-and if the butcher or other parties are waited upon by our constabular? friends, requestin theirattendance as the police office, they will have'to blanme themselves. * The following is the section read by Mr. Blai...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ,THE BARQUE " GLENAM," FRO3M LIVERPOOL. -The barque Glenarm, from Liverpool, Capt., White, 119 days out, arrived in lloldfast Bay, on Wednesday evening last.' Just as she made the land, nearly opposite Brighton, a white squall of only a few moments' continuance, struck her and carried away her mizeninast and both her. topmasts, but without any further in jury. The accident having occurred within night of Messrs. Edward Stephens and John Morpett, then at the Bay, intelligence was con veyed to town, and. every--preparation was made by H. W. Phillips, Esq., Lloyd's Agent at this port, for bheading her, so that, after an choring in the Bay for the night she was safely brought round to the Port. The. Glenarm .was laid on forNew ZealandaswellasPort Adelaide, but it is hardly expected she willproceedifurther on.her. oyage if a purchaser can lie found here. -Register. G i SNOLECT or CAPTAIN GREY BY THE IIoME GOVERNMENT.-AS usual, Captain Grey is with out despatches of any k...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

..CO1trERCIAL & 1ITARINE NEWS., We nndeistand that one, mercantile housejn 1 Svdney alone, has paid into the Sheriff's hands &S,000 during tile last twelve mnonths. The brig Deca, Captain -Sproat, and the ship Glen'wolu", M'Nci, were enteredoutwardstoload ] for Port Phillip on the 7tlrJuly. The Enmore, Captain Ellis, from Port Phillip, was off Falmouth on the 23rd of June. The barque Chererell spoke the barque Cluth cr, from Greenock, bound to Port Phillip, onthe 28th Sept., out 87 da?s.in lat. S o 25' S.,long. 49 O 50 E. All well. , On the 1-itlt June, the Duchess of .Argyle, governmentt etmerationship, clered cut of Gree nock harbour for New Zealand. with nearly 400 souls on board. The enmigrants arecliefli from Paisely and Johnstone, and the neighbourhood. The people aopear tu.be highly delighted:with the accommodation, and with the di~etary and d prospect of reaching a colony .lyhere they may become prosperous and happy. During the mnbnth of September, 179 coasti...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Dec. 12.- The schooner NAIAD, Malloch, master, from Adelaide. - Passenger-Mr.R. W. Tulloh. Dec. 15.-Tihe schooner SALLY :A.N, Cum mins,' master, iom Melbourne. Passengers Mr. Wilkinsons!sMr. Stillard, in the cabin; steerage-Neil and wife,H 1unniford and wife. Dec. 15.--The barque SociATi.s, from Mel bourne, with one passenger. SAILF.D. Dec. 12--'rie schooner JANE eAo EmIMA, Mitchell, imaster, forlelbourne; Passengers Messrs. Joseph Buxton, James andl ugh Kitson. IMPORTS. Cargo of the SoceATrs--50 calves, 2 cows, 1 carriage, Cox. Cargo of the Sa.u.L. Ass-1 package, 8 kegs tobacco, 19 bags of potatoes, Henry Brothers; 3 boxes, 2 casks sundries, boxes soap, 2 cases sundries, I case liquor, Cameron ; 1 canvass package, I case sundries, Claridge ; I case sundries, I canvass package, Wallace; 5 cases slops, 1 package, Alexander; I loaf of sugar, Ritchic 1 tin case, 1 leather bag, M'Lean; I case, 3 bags msgar, order;.1 case, Hunniford; 1 case sundries, M'Dow...

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EARTHQUAKE IN ST. DOMINGO. TEN THOUSAND LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

EARTHQUAKE IN ST. DOMINGO. TEN THOUSAND LIVES LOST. (From the Weekly Despatch, June 19.) The American papers, received by the Acadia, informs us that an appalling catas- trophe had befalling the Island of St. Do- mingo. That island was visited on the 7th ult. with repeated and severe shocks of earth- quake, which had entirely demolished the town of Cape Haytien, and it was calculated had destroyed the lives of about 10,000 of its citizens. Other towns in the same side of the Island had, it was feared, shared in the desolation. The town of Cape Hytien has disappeared, and with it two thirds of its population, which amounted to about 15,000 inhabitants. A fire broke out after the   earthquake, which destroyed the miserable   remnant of the inhabitants who had escaped the earthquake. The towns of St Nicholas and Pari Pari are also said to be destroyed. The following extracts from the corres-     pondence of the New York Papers:— &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 December 1842

TTER-PRESS - PRINTING RY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDINOG PAMPIILETIS, RCULARS, BILL-lIADS, LAW FORMS, IIAND-BILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., ted with neatness andd despatch, AT TH1E 1 GAWLER-STREET, ,PUlLISilING OFFIC OPF TI RTLAND GUIARBIAAN, AT S WOOL.' UUndersigned are purcliasers, or will ad one on Wool consigned to their friends, Buckle and Co., London. HENTY BROTHERS. reet, Portland,) e, at thetStores of the Undersigned, UR, first, seconds and thirds - its ollard glass8 x 10, 10 12, 12 x 14 fed, green, white and black les, turps - oist and refined , uscatel and Cape... F, figs,, prunes, dates ed fruits, jams quart and pint, (in cases) mustard - e and coarse, in casks,.bags and baskets ts and camp ovens of sizes English and Dutch, colonial butter , whitening. , sole, kip, angaroo and dressed sheep skins iths vices batten, clasp and clout, of sizes hingle, hurdle, spikes, carpenters brads augurs, in sets . pit, cross-cut and hand = , sauce-pain, and other tiallow-ware r weighing? ...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842

POI LTAND -PRICE CUbRENT, W-IIOLSALE TRICES. £L ( Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - -" 0I6i - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 611 -- per hhd. ditto - - - 6I - - per barrel, burton - - TI Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - " 7 0 I - lHore's, - - - - - bottled, Taylor's, - 011 Bacon, per lb., takingthe fitch - --0 11 Beef, Ilambro', per barrel - t lit - East India, ditto - 6 61 Bran, per bushel, -. 0 I Bricks,. per thousand; -- - 111 Butter, per lb, - - 0 1 Candles, English, per Ib, - - 0 I Colonial ditto - 0 11 Cheese; Engish, per.lb.. . 0 - - Colonial 0 Canvass, per bolt -'2111 Cigars, duty paid;· per 1000, from - il Coffee, per cwt. - - - I611 Corks, per gross. - 0 Deals, per foot - - - - 0 # Flour, firsts, per 1001bs? .- - I1 ! --- seconds, ditto " . I Fruit, raisins, lper lb.. - • 0 currants,: ditto - 0 I Grain, wheat, per bushel - 0i - barley, ditto - 01 -----oats, ditto.- - 0 Gunpowder, per lb. .0 1 Iams, ditto - . 0 1 llay,-best description, scarce 9111 Iron, assorted, per ton. - -...

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