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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE WOOL CLIP. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

OBKMSÄX, OMxnvoMiaxca, THE WOOL CLIP. To the Editoi s of the Sydi\ty Afornmy II ti aid' QEN.TLE.^EN,-=dn. the Harald of last Thurs- day, jon alluded to an article in the Obsei ver on the wool trade, which you were pleased to tel in elaborate. If it has any merit, it is that of correctiuss, as I took considerable pains with it m all its detail;, and 1 think it will be found as near the truth as possible. lu your own summary, I consider the average price o{ wool for 1839, 1810. 1811, which vcm. talo at Is. 3d. per lb., t^ tie li»t low, 1* remember '.liat'iii I'S3t), I obtained Is. 7d. per lb. for my own wool, which was fine, but not well got up ; and if myniemory serves, me, the price obtained for it in London was 2s. 3d. to 2s. 5(1. I per lb. I think that Is. Gd. may bo sjaJVIy I taken as the averqjra for 183>} and 18^0 ; but I it is doubtful whether the nv erage for tho two succeeding yepr«, lsHandlSW, will bear to be rated even at Is, 3d. per lb. It is lamentable that such gross...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 11. Elizabeth, 20, Harold, for the   Manning, with sundries , Sophia Jane, steamer, 150, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries, Alligator 20, Walters, for   Broulee, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundrie ;, Mer- maid, 20, Brown, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Esther, 46, Cook, for the McLeay, in ballast ; George, 35, Damon, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Louisa, 10, Glover, for Brisbane Water, in ballast. The Sophia Jane from Wollongong, reports the Bard's Legacy and Bee lying there ; the former was coming on to Sydney, and the latter was bound for Kiama.   The Georgina, from the Paterson River, states that the Traveller's Bride and Jane Williams were taking in cargo there for this port. The schooner Fly was loading at Brisbane   Water, for Sydney, when the Express left ; she was to sail a few days after her.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

GOULBURN. AUGUST 8.-A report of a man being missing   has existed in this township for the last five weeks; he being intoxicated when last seen, it was uncertain what had become of him till Saturday, the 6th instant, when the Police Magistrate and Mr. M'Arthur caused a   diligent search to be made, in a lagoon, near which he bad been left by his companions ; his hat was found on the margin, constable Deely stripped and when a little way in, saw something like the back part of a man's head above the water, which on nearing he found to be the body of William Barnet, who it is believed had been in the water for about five weeks. An inquest was held in the Saluta- tion Inn this day; Dr. Cartwright made a   port mortem examination, and stated from appearances, the deceased had died from suffocation produced by immersion in water, and that he had been addicted to the use of intoxicating liquors. Thomas Varty and his wife, in whose company he was last...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) STONEQUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

Stmva »OK TUB XHXBBIOB. I (From our various Correspondents.J ' STONEQUARRY. Auavstf 5.-Wc had the heavy rain which wai so general last month, and from the moist state of the ground the creeks filled with amazing rapidity, and were higher than they have been seen by " the oldest inhabi- tant." Considerable damage was done amongst the small bridges and fences, and a good deal of wheat was flooded off or buried. On the 27th and 28th of July, a. very heavy gale of wind was experienced from the west ; the ground being wet, an immense quantity of timber was thrown down, and the roads are lumbered in all directions. The flood and the gale have made some work for the fencers. After many, fruitless applications, the Post Office has been at last removed to Stonequarry Bridge, which will be n great benefit tu tho surrounding neighourbood. Mr. G. Commins, the publican, is now Post Muster. The Post Master General deserves the best thanks of the residents here for the piomptitude with which be an...

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THURSDAY.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

THURSDAY.-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. Bi:rouL ti c fin ce Judges Hie CHIEF COMMISSIONER moved, that the following ti mices who had been elected, be confiimcd A similai motion was also madp in lcgaid to the subjoined list of provisional ti us tees, the motions in both cases were gi anted Insohent Estates FLctcd liitsleei Nath 'Stewart Dismoie Ralph Mayer G Robert Nichols W Ford and D Fgan Geoige I Hicks Ilemy Bennett John Bullei Hew on. R J Platt Andrew M Cauley George Tuibcr William linley James Solomon William West Tames Solomon John M'Donald John C Gooch ti llliam Stapleton. W fiessandl Syer Provisional 'J nut ees. Ann Brown Alexander Rollason. Alexander Andrews. Walter Gray. James Batten David Smith Edward Borton. Henry Phillips Caroline Jackson 1 homus Smith. Samuel Iii aun. Walter Gray Hie CHU t COMMISSIONER also moved, that the estate of Henry James Slomnn be re- leased from sequestration, it ba\ ing been so far leah zed as to have paid 20s m the pound to each of the creditors -Motio...

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IN BANCO. REYNOLDS v. HUGHES AND [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

IN BANCO. 1 1 REYNOLDS V. llUOllES AND ANOttlllf Tins was an action of trover wliielii, been tried, when a nonsuit had been K'H, by direction of the learned Judge list whom the case was tried. A liowlriJufi been moved for on a previous day, ni/jp granted. REES V. IIOBOTTOM. [( This was a dcmuiicr case which hií¿; heard on a previous day, wheo the dtfâ! tion had been demurred on four gttfi After hearing the case their Honor!hilft poned pronouncing any decision unÄ liad duly considered the whole case «'«SV been then presented before them. f| His Honor, the CHIEF JUSTICE, noiß nonr.ccd the judgment of the Court, \m was that the declaration was defective aft the grounds derain red to, mid tkl| judgment was directed to be recordedfiji dd'endant. |[ COOPER ti. HUGHES AND AîiOTHM, K Mr. BROADHURST, for the defei!s| moved, that in compliance with theproreö' of the 2Sth Rule of Court, that two di three counts contained in the declanliaS struck out. One of the counts wat for np sold and deliv...

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THE PRIVILEGE OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

I Ti,»o¿L"i^ÍB1«*niÍ1t i mc SOLICITOR GENERAL statedLU an application to make to thVfiSW part of the gentlemen of the B.r Ä» that when the Supreme Court ^¡M the transaction of' InsolvcnibSSM became necessary to make mrZ&B therewith, and members of' Ä.WleB attendance, that these motion i \?W made to the Court tír^g "thS3 party interested in the mo Ion »,f°W self He also submitted; thaï ft fl such motions the Bar.be allowedrZH the same as when any other kindKM was being .transacted in the SummSH The attention of the Bar had be 5 ?W circumstance hythe fact of 2fl attorney s office having, a few min II made a motion respecting nn in"51 tificate of discharge. m\$ê The COURT fully coincided in all it. H Vies which had "been advertrfffl Solicitor-General. It was mir.l, ill dent that the three Judge's "Vii when the Insolvency Burine« "li disposed of, and had one of then, 3 the other room to transact it, Z&M have been done until he «turned IS Hie SOLICITOR-GENERU stated ihH r...

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[?] SHIPPING [?] ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS.--NONE. DEPARTURES. For Port Phillip, yesterday, the schooner   John Pirie, Captain Duke, with sundries.   Passengers—Mr. Molison ; steerage, Messrs       Barter, Stooke, Kilpatrick, Beaver, Dowling, Laing, and Sinclair. For Port Nicholson, the same day, the   schooner Catherine, Captain Bannatyne with a general cargo. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Raphael, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan, Mrs. Coots,   Messrs. Carty, Barnett, and Sandoe

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY.   FROM LONDON DIRECT.—Spartan. 400, Macey, merchandise, April 25. New York Packet, 500, Gregory, merchandise, Lord Western, 46.' merchandise. Abbotsford, 407, Chambers, had sailed. Duke of Manchester, 500, April St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, Moote. Glenswilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Ceylon, 253, Hurry, merchandise, had sailed. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, April 30. Tapley,350 Mallory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise, April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, April 2. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Theresa, emigrants, had sailed. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Vesper. Iona. Ocean, 560, Ward. Colombian, 276, Wakem, April. Westbrook. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer- chandise, March 11. North Briton. FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Jane Christie. Christina. Timbo.   FROM NEW ZEALAND.—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. To General Sealers ana otbei», TO CLOSE VARIOUS CON8IUNMKNTS. »,-g R. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, * * at his Mart, the corner of George-street and Charlotte place, on TUESDAY, the 16th instant, at eleven o'clock, One butt 8heny Four cases Chnmpngne Three ditto Khenish Wine' Twenty boxes Dutch Cheese Fifty barrel» Hombro' Pork Three hundred and ninety-seven case« Gin, in bond Twenty-four pieces Floor Cloth, from three quarter yard to twelve feet wide Kightceu Lime Screens Twenty-one Fit Saws Two cases Dutch Drops One ditto Bombazines Ona ditto Diaper and Ribbon« Two ditto Dish Covers Two hundred and four bundles Nail-rod Iron Twenty-seven ditto Hoop ditto Fifty cases Piekles, Sauces, and Mustard Three bales Wool Quantity of Windjw Sashes, with pulleys and woights complete About five tens Patent Iron Fencing One cask Flat Irons Ten case« Lime Juice Twenty-eight cwt. of Iron Weights, from one to fifty-six pound« Thirty dczen Basket Salt Thirty hogsheads Alp. _T...

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RETROSPECT OF ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS IN SCOTLAND. (From the Voluntary.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

RETROSPECT OF ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS IN SCOTLAND. (From the Voluntary.) THE position of the Church of Scotland has undergone a most important chaugc since the date of your last publication. Then it vvns somewhat doubtful, if the Evangelical majority would maintain their determination to go ahead ; but now it is evident that they will rest satislied with nothing short of the total abolition of pa- tronage ; failing which, to submit to an influence that will compel them to leave the Establishment for ever. ? The contest with the civil power is thus narrowed to .1 point, and the people of Scotland will have no difficulty in appreciating the merits of the combat. Non-intrusion was a wide word-the abolition of pa- tronage has but one meaning. The one gave rise to endless varieties of inter- pretation; the other will admit of no modification without being at once de- tected and exposed. To understand the nature and importance of this new move -this dernier ressort, we shall trace, with ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

.?pliE Proprietors of the Herald * draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months, standing:. T HE STEAMERS SOVEREIGN, _ and É"3!ga33i"P JslMES WATT, will cormueucc running on the Hunter's River Trade, on or about the 15th instant. For¿s Cabin 10s.f Steerage 7s. O'd ; freight in pro- portion. Grose'! Wharf, Au rust 12. 2G30 AiBionr waur, HE STEAMER WILLIAM IK, for East Gosford and Brisbane _&g& Water, at eight A M., T 111 S MORNING, and to run regularly from this Wharf. For information apply to C. Steve». For the Paterson River, the clipper cutter Voung Queen, to sail to-day. All freights are requested to be sent down as sson as possible. Storage on the whsrf gratis. The new cutter Lucy Anne expected in to-day. 2054 For the M'Leay River and Kempsey, THE fine fast-sailing Cutter ISABELLA, is new discharging at Mr, Storey's Union Wharf, and will be ready to day, to take i...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." PROPOSED TAX ON KNOWLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

WUt ÄöTmrü íWo ruing; ^rraltr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, J««. -m "Sworn io n» Masler, of no Sect am I.'' PROPOSED TAX ON KNOWLEDGE. PURSUING the subject of our leading article of yesterday-the proposal to levy n postage rate upon newspapers-we muat . now advert to the GOVERNOR'S remarks on the practice of charging a higher price to country than to town subscribers. His Excellency seemed to have fallen into the not unnatural mistake of supposing that this extra charge, in the absenre of post- age, was unnecessary, and that it would itself enable the publishers to afford to pay a post-rate. This misapprehension was corrected in part by the ATTORNKY GKNKRAL, and in part by the COM AIANDER or THE FORCES ; the former observing, "That the additional charge was made to compensate for the greater risk in country than in town, and also because proprietors had to remain much longer out of their money ;" and the lat- ter, " That newspaper proprietors were at n greater expense for country subscribers ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 11. George, 35, Damon, from New- castle, with coals, Challemjer, 31, Abbott, from the M'Lony, with 12,000 feet cedar ; Mermaid, 20, Brown, from Brisbane Water, with 9,000 feet hard wood ; Bessy, 51, Free- burn, from the Clnvence, with 20,000 feet cedar ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 20 bales wool, 600 bushels maize, and 10 tons potatoes ; Isabella, 21, Barnett, from the McLeay, with 8,000 feet cedar ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 152, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 108 bags potatoes, &c ; Express, 24, Graham, from Brisbane Water, with 11,000 feet timber. &c. ; Fly, 10, Legge, from Jervis Bay, with 8 tons po- tatoes ; Georgiana, 25, McIntyre, from the Hunter, with 1266 bushell maize ; Mermaid, 12, Doores, from the Hawkesbury, with 500 bushels maize ; Somerset, 8, Prankerd, from the Hawkesbury, with 70 bushels maize, 9,000 shingles ; Falcon, 49, Brown, from the Cla- rence, with 15,000 feet cedar, and 15 bales wool ; Louisa, 10, Glo...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

I WEDNESDAY. I Henry Smithers Hayes was placed on the floor of the court, to take his trial for   an assault and battery, alleged to have been committed by him, on the body of one Sarah   Kirker. Plea not guilty   Mr. MICHIE appeared for the defence Sarah Kirker, examined by the Crown   Prosecutor, stated, that she with her husband had been in the employment of the defendant, as agents to him for the selling of bread, he being an extensive miller and baker, carrying on business at the Brisbane Flour   Mills. The husband of the prosecutrix was placed by the defendant in a shop in Glou- cester-street, for the purpose of selling the     bread. The bread was carried out by Kirker,     and Mrs. Kirker stayed at home to mind the       shop. On the 7th June last, the prosecutrix stated that the defendant came to her house in company wit...

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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, AUGUST 8. BEFORE the CHAIRMAN and a Common Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

g SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. m MONDAY, AUGUST 8. ¡I BEFORE the CHAIRMAN and a Common Jury. I maurice liirsluujl was placed on the floor of the Court, to take his trial on a charge of stealing a drawing plate, the property of li. *(-ai'cy Guion, in the month of June, 1810. ' Ifr. ruircfyy apjlfjarec} for the prosecution, ano Mr. Broadhurst for the defence.' From' the statement qf tim Counsel it ap- peared, that both the parties came to (lie colony in the year 1833, and entered into business in Sydney, in partnership as work- ing jewellers. In May, 1810, the pattnership was dissolved, Guion paying Birstingl £'!)l)0,1 and taking to all the stock-in-trade, tools, ana debts, and credits of the concern. A few days after the dissolution, Guion missed the draw iiigplate,andsixsilverspoons ; heiinmediutcly fqott uii, [j search warrant, but failed at that tim* ni mal'in.¿ dpy .(Jiscovej.y na lf> v/Jjat had become qt^tlie articles. ' Bir-,tíngl ñfTcrwaJóJi went to England, and returned to Syd...

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THURSDAY. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

THURSDAY. moor or CLAIMS. In the estate of Robert Richard Randolph, a first meeting : Chambers and Thurlow £17 3s. 3d.; Jane Binnie, £12 Os. ; John C. Thompson, £51; Gilchrist and Alexander, £114 1tís.; Neil Hill, £lH 12s. 8d.; C. H. Chambers, £5 10s. 7d. : Ray Gluister, «19/ 4i. 7d. : john Kidd, ÍOÜX lös. ; Thomas Pul» mer, £24 19s. lOd. ; Lyall and Scott, £16'0 Us. Bd.; J. H. Eccleston, £170 7s. 7d.; W. Walker and Co., £18 10s. 8d. ; Charles Rob bison, £174 10s. 3d. ; T. and M. Windley, £4 0s. Jil the estafe of John South, a first meeting: Govvliind and Williams, £15 las. Id. ; Donald M'Lean, £58 15s. ; Foss and Lloyd, £90 2s. 8d. ; T. W. Bowden, £1 2s. In the eslate of W. J. Mooney, a first meeting : W. Workman, £35 18s. 7d. ; T. W. Bowden, £i0 8s. lid.: M. P. Blundell, £4G 19s. 5d.; John Beaumont, £7 Is. (jd. ; tho estate of Alfi ed Martin, ii?«J 0s. 7(1. : ' Jacob Inder, £222 (is. 5d. ; W. Crawford, £15 12s. (id. ; Isaac Dole, £73 13s. 5d. ; John Moring, £10 3s. 2d. ; J. T. Hug...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCES INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONERS EXAMINATIONS In the insolvency of William M'Laughlin : The insolvent was called by Mr. YAUNTON for the creditors, and deposed as follows : I have known Carruthers about three or four years. I did not at anytime before the sheriff's sale, at the suit of Bernard M'Laughlin, take or send any leather to Carruthers's house. If Rea has said that I directed him to make up a parcel of leather previous to the sale above named, I do not know whether he has said what is true or false. I did not tell him to do so to my knowledge, or with my consent. Rea did not take any leather from off the premises in Pitt-street, previous to the sheriff's' sale. I had no knowledge of any leather being re- moved either to Rea's lodgings, or to Car- ruthers house before the sheriff's sale. I heard about twelve months ago that some leather had been removed either to Carruthers's house or to Rea's lodgings before the Sheriff's ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

I XA.W lUIlllLIGIINCl. SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON, with Assessors LOCKYER and MOORE. HERRI rwniTP v omnoNs. Counsel for the plaintiff*. Mr. Bioadhurst, attorneys, O'Reilly and Biadley. Foi the defend int, Mr. Fisher. '1 his was nn action brought to recover £35, being the \alue ot ft pioimssory note It ap- pealed that before the action was brought, the defendant met plaintiff's attorney, and told lum, that, although he had recen ed no notice of the dishonom. jet, as the note in question was a just debt, he would pay it without costs. Mr FISHER contended, that his client, by saying he would pay, had not made any \\a\ei, and w is entitled to notice of dishonour. His HONOR suggested, that to avoid ex- pense the defendant should consent to a ver- dict for the plaintiff without costs. Mi. TISHFR stated, that his instructions were to defend the action. i'licAssc-.sors, undei his HOVOR'Sdirection, found a \ erdict foi the defendant SCIIUILIERS V niRNSTlN...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842

1st MILITARY PROMOTIONS. WAR-OFFICE, APRIL 22.-6tli Regi . ment of Dragoon Guards-Lieutenant W. Scott to be Captain, by purchase, vice Johnston who retires ; Cornet James So- merville to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Scott; Charles John Bourchier, gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Somerville. 7th Regiment ol' Light Dragoons-Veteri- nary Surgeon James Robertson, from the 9th Light Dragoons, to be Veterinary Surgeon, vice Johnston who exchanges. 9th Regiment of Light Dragoons-Lieu- tenant-Colonel, without put chase j Captain J. Hope Grant to be Major, without pur- chase. To be Captains, without Pur- chase.-Captain Henry Jackson Close, from half-pay 22d Light Dragoons; Richard Anthony Reynolds, Esq., Inte Captain 11th Light Dragoons; Captain Thomas Westropp M'Mahon, from the 6th Dragoons ; Lieut. R, Cooke, vice Grant. To be Lieutenants, without purchase. Lieutenant the lion. Citarles Powys, from the .3rd Light Dragoons ; Lieutenant ' "Werner Cathrey, from half-pay 13th Light Dra...

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