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ANECDOTE OF THE LATE EARL OF ELDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

A. AlroDO 01? THE LAIT EAnri oa Ennox. Irn 1'783,whei/ Mr. Scott first becamo a can lidttd'for: the bdrougli' of Woobloy; he was oci6ived and lodged in the house of. Mr. Bridgeo, 'the vicdr, who, having a daughter then a young child, took a jocular promise from him, tllht if he. sldiuld over become Lord Chancellor, and the little girl's hus band should be a clergyman, the Chancellor would give. that. clergyman a living. Now comes tho.:sequol,, partly related by Lord Eldon'hinisblf. to his niece, Mrs. Forstor. "' Years rolled on-I came into office, when one morning I was told a young lady wished to speak to me; and I said thatyoung ladies must be attended to, so they must show her up; and up came a very pretty young'lady, and she curtsied and simpered, and said she thought I could not recollect her. I an sewored I certainly did not, but perhaps she could recall herself to my memory; so she aesked if I remembered the clergyman at WVobloy, and his little girl to whom I had made a promi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

o:M of the occurrences of theo late nassizos, recently hold in our city, furnish much gesivo matter both for the moralist and iticinn. Crines of robbory and destrueo on of property, with violcenco anld dceadly enpons, which for the aInst throo years lhave :nferred such an unenviablo notoriety on ':iTow South W ales, have become so fiamiliar scd that probably many oentortain but a very iluntcd conception of the opiunion people in iioro fortunateo places hold of our moral ;orth and social security. That this evil, kike a leprosy, has spread over the land Saminting the sound, infecting our youth, and :aranlyzing noble aspirations with its baneful ,lfluenco- unfortunatoly cannot be donied. iuchiL of this unhappy stnto of things at i.rcsont may be traced to the condition and :ircumstanccs of society in times now past, vheon servitudo, niot unmixed with tyranny, mas the lot of the great mnas of tlhe peoploe, 'hlo day by day grew stronger in their bo :-of, and sonmetimnes with reason too, ...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORIY. DY THE AUTlOR Ofr LADY AUDLEi'S S ECRET, &c. CIIAPTERI Xl. ELcANOU VANe. looked very sadly at all tile common everyday sights connected with the domestic economy of tile Pilasters, wlhen sheo went back to iloomsbury after her interview with Mrs. Bannister. hlo had only lived a year and a-half in that humble locality, but it was in her nature to become quickly attached to placos as well as persons, alnd she had geown very fond of the Pilastors. Everybody about the place know her and loved her. The horses looked out of their open stable-doors as shite passed; the dogs came tumbling from their kennels, dragging half-n-dozeo yarlds of rusty iron chain and a Ioheap of straw at their heels, to greet her as she went by; the chlimney sweep's children courted her notico; and at all the little shopa where sabo had been wont to give orders andI pay bills for the Signora, tle simple tradespeople tendered her their admiration and homage. 1er bneauty was a pride to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

AVSTALASIAN FREEMIASONS' IIHALLt IIOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED B{ADFRI'), proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. ' ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their P'roduce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 11e TO H1VEOIERS. B ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war ranted. Best Anmerican IIONEYDEW, Gs. per lb. PIPES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to l£ each. 3311 1 t il. B)E BARR's. SCOTT, WILLIAMIS, & 10. (LATIE CHARLE.CS SCOTT AND CO) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TIIE RIIOYAL IIOTEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON IMONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &e., &c. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Goulburn, FORMERLY "THIE T...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

LATEST 'INTELLIGENOCE. EmDARKiATION OF GENERAL CAUiEiON ANnD Tnoors on TAURANGA. - A con sidorable number of troops wore embarked yesterday for Tauranga, the now "seat of war," whilst Lieutonant-Geoneral Camoron also proceeded in the Esk, accompanied by staff ofRicers Major McNoill, iMajor Pitt, and Lieutonant St. Hill: On board the same ship were embarked thoe movable column, which arrived in the forenoon from Papakura and Rhodes' clearing, under tihe command of Major Ryan, 200 strong, inclusive of several officers. This is a body of men comprising drafts of almost every regimenton the station. They left Otahuhu yesterday morning, to gether with a detachment of the 43rd Reogi mont, comprising three officers and 115 non commissiohod officers and men, undoer Captain Glover, who came originally from Queen's Redoubt and various stations in tihe Thames and 'mVairoa districts. These woro also em barked on board the Esk. 246 of the 68th Regiment, under Major Kirby, and ten oflicers, march...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864

THE WAl IN NEW ZEALAND. (,'ros the co,,rresnodest of 8. L. Herald.) Auckland, 22nd April. WVusx I last wrote you we wore all upon the gui vice for inews from thle Waipa Plains of some great stops towards peaco. To-day we are equatlly on the tenter-hooks of ex pectation to hear of some fighting from Tauranga or its immediate neighbour hIood. Events have for once in a New Zealbmd war bestirred themselves to move as if they really meant it. The mission of old William Naylor-a self imposed one be it remembered-was, as I much feared it would be from the first, pro ductive of nothing but evil. Tihe thing wlwhichl it seems almost impossible fully to impress upon thie governmental mind (mi N'ew Zealand) is this, thalt the Mlaories know as well as any people in the world, how to show their submission when fully and fairly defeated. Thlat they do not consider themselves so by any means yet ought to have been understood by their not moveng in the matter of begging for peace. Naylor was, howeve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

"UNERAL.-The friends of the late IMr. .' PATRICIK NORTON, are respectfully invited to attend his FUNItIAL, which will take place on WEI)NI;SDAY (thin day), the Ilth instant. The procession will arrive on theI other side of the Bi2 Hill near Mr. Sidwell', Sydney IRoad, at 12 o'clock JOIIN LANSDOWN, Undertaker. Auburn-street Norlth, near Auburn-Terrace. 866 To Squatters, Breeders, Butchers, and Others. AUCTION SALES OF CATTLE, SilEEP, AND OTIIIER STOCIK. AT thie sollcitation of nIumerous persons intlerestedl in ithe SALIE and PUCIIASI of the abovec, tlie undersigned iat ceolnpletel arrancgemtnts, and it now prepared to receive collslglllneonts of every dte scripticon of STOCIC for dlspotal, eltlcr by auctlion or privaotely. Iia largo buhicsoe cononexion both InI this ancd tiohe lighbourlng colonies ancd oxtolslvo businetl cxlterloeo ao tquircd diurltg thei past I1 yesro, hie coccilciaescly trualt will cItcbilo him tt oil titto to Irocuro cr o Ih hlghust market pricos for hi_ o01tlttsl...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

GOULOUIN WIIOLEIALE PR01I00 OURBElNT. Wheat, 7a. to So. Od. h busheL Ftroo, hne, £13 ?ton; t eeonds, £22 PoIlo,,i, In. 44. hI bushlel. Broo, Is. 4,1. B boshlo Breod, 0d'l 2b. Il Snlos,, to. 0,1. ho he. nor bloobot Eonito. Ilogttob, 48. Od. to ho '0 bualel; Copo, 35. to is. Oots, ,. Od, dto o. 0d. I lbualel. Ft ICo, 3 t e to m 10. to £; e felo,, eas. lito e l. . lb.; talt, 04. Cheepse, 4d. waB lb. Bmool hd.oto 7 o.n lb. Eggr, Io. lt. tole. tdl.'0t dozen. I'eotee.litr , to its. B ct. hObo:m, 100. to lba. B oot. Pot Collie, prtloe, from it Ito. to £0; ni edium, £3. Sheeji, Ie, to lbs. h ieod. Plot, 34. ho 44d. hi ib. reef (retoit). 2-i. to 4,3. hI lb. Mslrto~ (rtmtot), 4Id. ' lb. htftee, ho. to he. coob. Sheeg~ohtos, hil.; woobeut 3d. 'B lb Crrloetoeh ton-h~ydnoqyto hootburn, £4; Goooll~r to ho yd nay,£L to£I Iho10.; tlooibramoto Iosobtogb'itl, £: Coot. boco to Aduoioa, £0; Oooultiuro to TOuolet £Ol hoolboen to lI~oitrod, £0 to £3;i Gootlboe to Wongia Wogto, £0100. to £7. [Unless other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

A Good Stock of PINE, Cedor, Palings, Slhs, Posts, Rails, Floor Sing-boards, Lime, Wenather.boards, Laths, trloks, Nails, Battens, Shingles, Sentling, &e., &e., well seasoned, at O. AVERY'S Yard. 822 lAuburn-street, Goollbrn. BALL AND SUPPER. A FREIE BALr, AN) SUI'P'I,,, will take place "? t the llARIP O)F EltiN IOTRL, Breadal. bane, on WEDNESDAY NIGHT Ilth of May. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. Supper at 12 o'clock. .TOIIN O'KEEFE, 832 Proprietor. Ball and Supper. ITBE FLAG HOTEL, BINDA. EDWAID MORRITSS, proprietor of the aboave, ito respretfully invites his friends and the publio to a FARIEI?WIEL B?ATT, and SUPPER, (gratis), at the above IIouse, on the 24th instant. 820 IEI)WARD MORRISS. BALL AT GUNNING. A 1'UBLIC BALLT will be ho lld at Mr. Jnmes A Smith's, GUNNING,on MONDAY, the lath instant. Double tickets ........................ Gs. od. Single ditto ........................... as. id. 821 Important Notice. F TO BE SOLD, that SPLENDID ESTATE of .1. . Iowtlil...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

Ix the presoent unsatisfilactory stafo of parties in the Assembly, almost any circllumstnlco which promises I change must be regarded as fortunate. The result of the election at ]iamina supplies such a circumIstance; and, except thoso persons who are closely attaicled to the present ministry and those who still cling to the disorganised body known as the Cowpor party, there are few who will not be gratified at the return to political lifo of a votoran whlo possesses the qualilications to fit him for a leoador. Vithlout assigning an undueo imnportance to the election of Mr. IIoenry Plarkos, it is impossiblo to dolly that it is an event likely to load to important consequences, anld it cannot thorofbrore be passed over inll silence. It is evideont that ill ro-onterinlg the Assembly, Mr. Parkos nimts at something mnore than the position of a simpleo repreosouent aitive. Though hle says hle is not a vain Smani, hle Ines ait least that amountl of vanity, S-or self-esteeooml if the word s...

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NECESSITY OF ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

NECESSITY OF ECONOMY. (From tLhe esstErn PDot.I) Ic was stated in the Assombly the other day that tirhe cost of governing Now South WVales was about tdpor heod, whilst the cost of governing South A?ustralia wso about £2. Such a discrepancy as tlie must ho considered startling, and it ouht to rousO tho public to consider whether something cannoto be dono to reduce our expenditure. It is easy to un derstand that thie gold discovery is one cause wah our oxpendituro is so largely in excess of thai of South Australia; and perhaps the high s ala ries paid to the sr'anlts of theo public for four or five years after Mr. IHargravcs astounded this heonsiphcro wsith his discovery at Ophir, oeroji*t5 illed by the increased cost of living. But there 5 no reason why these salaries should still be paid seeing that living now is much cheaper than el yoro, and that thelore is no lack of canidates lo govornmentuemploy. All luinds of labOurers, aelOi thiler stll tihe iled or hand, haveo beoon compeall...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

LA TIESf I'iNTELLIGENCE. PR'101OMUIlt THI!L.EGRAPHCll CORRE~lSPONDEST.] SYDNEY, Monday ovening. Teen great libol oase, Lang s. Facirtfc and olihers, came on at the supremne court this morning; but the Res. Doctor not being present a nonsuit wao oh tained ogaiont him. Tihe Balclutha, from Itockhampton, arrived this morning, bringing laterintelligenco from the roak Down diggings. Thero are a large numbor on the fiele and a now rsoh at Clarmont is turming out well; bet provisioes are scarco and dear. Flour, 2s. per pound. The Brisbano telegram which appears in the Emipirn of to-dahy, respecting tihe manner of MIr. Blutchor'o deatha is qucite incorrect. 'T'leo unfortunate geetlenamen was neithler suffering from delirium tremons nor did lae cut his throat as stated. I1o was Iyieeg ill at Slardan's lotel; acnd during tie night, it is supposed, lae beccme delirious, and, opening his windowa, got into the street, where le was fouacd next morning lying dacd. Tnasday noon. WVe lacv inews fron...

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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS. (From tlhe 'romarn.) CsIEsSE.-The great question of imported verss native produce, comes more and more home to us with the progressive advance of the colonies. , It is one thing to raise a factitious article under the pres suro of enormous protectide duties, such as those by which alone beet-root sugar is maintained in France, and another to pay hard cash forsome other brought to us from ten thousand miles away, which we cnu raise just as well for ourseolves. To force any description of produce in the teeth of climate, soil, and high labour, is nonsense; not to raise it when all these three conditions are favourable, is nonsense equally. It has often been a matter of surprise to us that, notwithstanding bur fortile land, our splendid herds, and the spirit of enterprise which marks many of our people, yet some of oUr agricultural products are not making the progress which they should. Notably among those we may mention cheese. Largo quantities of English cheese a...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

LOCAdL AND PROVINCIAL. l'ol.nc Rlturoirr.-On Saturday John Lyons for allowing cattle to stray in the town was fined 6s. On Monday George Beoding for using obscone language wnas fined £2, and WVilliam Smith, for an offenco of a similar charactor, £5. Joseph Carroll for allowing a cow to stray was finod £5. The n!aturallzation oath was admimiatored to Gott fried Stein of Goulburn.-Yestordav a puolican's licoenso was granted to lHenry Downer for the ltreroat Inn at Monmell. Cvrre.h-saul:a.e.xo.-At the Goulhurr polico-court on Saturday William Asguitalias Yorky and George Ilogere appaored chalrged with stealing throo head of cattlc. Conshtablo Bourlto deposed to having approehended the prisoner Asgait at the hilt of the otlher prisoner eight miles from Collector; found threoe head of cattle in the vaid which wore claiomed ly Mr. Waddell; iMr. Walddoll asked prisoner why he stole the cattle ; he replied that he had nothing to Io with themn and did not put thoen in the yard.-Mr. Waddell i...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

COAIAMECIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evenlig.. Fnoes Sydnoy we learn that on Sunday 3081 bags of whet and 5171 bags of flour arrived from Adolaido. The following are tho latest tolegrams from the sister colonies: Molbourno:-An Adelaido telegram quotes flour op to £24 10s., but not over £22 is procurablo here for best brands of South Ausatralian, except for trade lots, for which £23 (Hart's brand) has been procured. Adelaido :-Respecting tboe prices of breadstuffs discredited here, private advices give much higlaer: quotations. £24 waas offered and refused for Dunn's flour. Great anxiety is entertained for the solseoner Mary Smith, 19 tons, which left Sydney for Adolaido on 2dth March. Holders of flour refusa to sell under £25. WVlaeat, 8o. 3d. The Goulburn prices will be found below, viz.: WonEt~S An FsMea-At Ceoally's MIis-Oseeo foaar, £?3 per an; seaoDds, 2 If les thes half lon. s. per 100floab. easat wvlte, Os. tto s. 0. pee bashel, sdite latter fr prhne samples, plamp 5sa atoms; pollu...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

SYDNEY SUBIMARY. Aosu.NY afternoon. A r?tw days before the Assembly broke up MIr. Love alsked 1)r. Wilson by whosu authority a certain portion of the Flagsultall' ll had been enclosed and 0o added to tls astronomor.royl'o ganrdenl, aud Mlr. WVilsoo said iho know nolihing about it. M'o. htavo my doubts about tite absolnto trutlhfulness of this uanswer, and of the honesty of the mlan who galvo it. FIor i uttrns o0t nowt u1po0 onquiry thtat thu colotiul arcloiet puo t op tloi ulonclog, and directed twenty pural~s of lan1d to ba ostelued, And we ull Itoow hao would Inot do thisY of )lis own maorion. Noa! Io witss ItrotzieOCd by so1o oflthos ol[trv; so tootlsV I now coltlohtsll at Ithe lasools olllico. IhIt W ao lout yet Itiow who is this itiltlsluro J- soy Dr. WVilson for whichl of bls rolleuogses wosld Inlererio wltls Isle doepalrltmOlt ' Thil co l lase Il stands Is serleots, and wo eru Ilikely to hearr oor'o bolt li, hlere narlo I?e, citizens of SydnJy -obbd of twenty pcrcnes ofi and ...

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WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

VWHOLESALE SLAUGHTER IN CHINA. (From the Manchester Exasminer.) 'Is a private letter from Hongkong on the 14th 'December, an English gentlemen says:-" Soochow has at last fallen before the Imperialist forces, aided by IMajor Gordon and his disciplined Chinese. For the fortnight preceding the surrender of the city, Ioajor Gordon had been prosecuting with much vigour and success his attacks on the stocklades immediately surrounding the walls. These he carried twice with a heavy loss of seventeen Euro peans killed and wounded, and about thrco hundred disciplined Chinese, andti thleough driven back the first time, succeeded eventually in establishing himself within them. This appears to have carried suhel consternation into the heart of the rebel forces, that dissensions arose amongst them, and a great portion of them left the city. The Mio-Vang, howeover, was bent upon resistance-to the last, an?l?wvas eneaged in fortifying his house when he was tr-eaoeTrously beheaded, and the city su...

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PLOUGHING AND MOWING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

PLOUGOIHING AND IMOWING MATCHES. (Frsom S.aurdalys' atfstnd MecrcurU.) As stated in our last issue, several ploughing and mowing matclhes, under tho auspices of the Munter IRivor Agricultural and Horticultural Association, took place on Wednesday, at the residence of Mr. J. P. Doylo, at Kaloudub, near Lochinvar. Not withstanding the many disadvantageous circum stances attending the matches, they are considered to have boeen a decided success. The attondance of the public, hich its w if anything in excess of the nlssher wvo stated (300), w'ao highly oncouraging, and the number of competitors, considering the du tslorable stats of the ground, wos good. Th1 ex ertions of tle stewards to mako the aflisir pass off creditably, oro worthy of remark; osd thoso gentla mon received three hearty cheers on the olose of the day's procoodings. The awards of thoudges olike wviso gavu muctt satiattion, ,nd a sawadsrof ompli moent was paid to thems. lsr ,Ir. Doyle, on whoso estate the matches tookle...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

TO CUJnRWOI'ONDIliNT8. Ltten,ion 0,, fhb fono~rinoo mOOrtll prr-reo dl~oappolnI. ttt,,:-W,,do,,ot ,,,,dcfla),a n to boat,! tafon~ ,rItkh r .'oto~mpood~htr d by ona o,*,,,-,ooe tl~ot tojoit boot ,,,,I Otto ,,lnlcllnt.- I~k~e 1lOl~a lo tooh, t-t~lry tt tOoo ,Ieolmliooa.-OO'hriknl toillgl Oooootmt Ii, to1,In tot n~roolotto ,orrr ,--aloo it Ott~nlo,',, totlot toolo o'o',oro'000o t /0 to,, o' 0010000. 'no ilokOtl.O~i~t~~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

AUS'TRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the corm fosts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &e., for Fale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SMIOKERS. BARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war ranted. Best American HONEYDEW, 6s. per lb. PIPES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to £1 each. 3311 . At M. DA BARR'S. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & (C0. (LATE CHIARLES SCOTT AND CD) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HOTEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &c., &c. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Goulburn, FORMERLY "THE IIARP," BY MRS. M. O...

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