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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

WOOL. The following is from a Wool Sale Account for warded to the Messrs. 1lenty, from London, dated Sept. 22, which shows the prices obtained for the wool sent home last season from this port by the above gentlemen : Ex. LADY or TIHE L.+sE:, via Launceston.-. hbales,markedHvyin diamond, P. B. under, 1l21d per lb., 4 do. do. Is 2d, 7 do. ds. s 21d, 5 do.do. Is 2d, G do. do. Is 2d, 2 do. do. is 21.t, G dIo. do. Is 2d, 6 do. do. Is 2d, 5 do. do. Is 2ld, (i do. do. (I.mbs) Is ld, 6I do. Indo. 1 2d, do. do. Is 2dl, 6 do. do. is 2d, 6 do. do. 1i 2d, d do. do. Is tlI, 5 do. do. Is lid, 5 do. do. Is 2d, Gi do. do. Is Id, (i do. do. Is 2d, U do. do. Is lid, 5. do. do. Is lid, 6 do. do. Is Id, 2 do. do. (locks arid black) '9d, 3 do. do. (grease) Ilid, +4do. do. Is. 3 bales, marked fly in diamond, H. under, Is lid, 7 do. do. Is lid, 5 do. do, is idid, 5 do. do. 1s Id, 6 do. do. lid, 3 do. do. (locks and grease) 9d, 4 do; do. (lambs)llid, 41 do. do. Is. Old, 3 do. do. 10id. 3 hales, marked ly,...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

'ORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY OAcatt. AnvERTIsi? is published every Sa "'dy'q morning, and immnediately forwarded to .rr part of the province; and by the earliest yprtunity to the following places :-Sydney, hoart Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, ;, Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, d Catpe of Good Hope; and tothe Mauritius, ;nsland, Ireland, and Scotland; the United altes of America, France, India, ?c. Terms Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, ash S.; the quarters endinag 31st of March, oth June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in ach year respectively; to some one of wrhich criods all resignations must previously refer. o resignation will beacceptedwiithout paynment f the current quarter and all arrears. Per ons becoming subscribers after the commnence not of anu quarter, will tm that case only be harged from the period they commenced sub criiing. Each advertisement will be charged t the rate of 3s. for the frst six lines, and 3d. or crery line beyond six, for each insertion...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SALT BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

COLONIAL INTELLICENCE. SALT BEEFP. THE following is a communication that ap peared in the Port I'hillilj Herald of the 13th inst., addressed to the editor of that journal, by Mr. M'Arthur, Jun. The writer profe;ses to have had some experience in forming the opinions he gives to the public on a subject of growing importance, and which must entitle him to respect. We deem the views he takes of the subject sup plementary to the extract and original obser vations'wc gave in our twenty-second num ber, and therefore take: the opportunity of giving them verbatim. Sin-I would through your. valuable col nmns draw the attention oPlmy fellow-colo nists to the necessity of attentively consider ing the very able papers lately published in the Sydney yMoreiny Heralds ofthe 8th, 10th, and 1Gth of December. c Having had some experience in the best mode of conducting the process of curing beef and fitting it fbr the English market, I trust that the following . particulars will induce the cattle hold...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the Challenger we have received our regular files of.South Australian Palters to the 13th inst. we give the following extracts: Dearir or Mn. .DUTrro.-A Correspondent from Port Lincoln informs us that the remains of Mr. Dutton and his'four companions have bcca found by the natives, all near together. Some natives have come intoto .town with the intelli gence, and were anxinus to prevail on a party to go out with theta and assure themselves that the party had not been killed by the native tribes. Thley ascribe their death to the want of water, of which they appeared to be in search. We understand that a party was preparing to set out on the search for fthe dray and remaias, with the native guides.--E.xaminer. Mecu.isrlc' IstrtreTr.-W- e are glad toper ceive that thie rconittee of this Institution have determined on discontinuiitng the lectures until the harvest is got in. AJF classes are too fully occupied at present to ienable the commnittee to calculate on anyth...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

ELECTION. TuE provincialists around Melbourne a1 at last beginning to awake from their slum ber, and are setting about in good earnest to seize upon the advantages that are offered to them by the New Constitution. But alas, through some sort of misnomer, the district of Portland is unfortunately thrown into the iron arms of Melbourne; and by the unhappy wording of the Act, the whole of the counties and districts, of which the Province of Australia Felix is composed, are amalgamated into one inconvenient and overgrown whole. Five members are to be chosen by the province, not separately by counties, or conveniently sized districts, as was anticipated would be the case, and which will be the practise, most probably, in every other part of the colony; but the whole number of the representatives are to be chosen by the whole electoral interests of the province, and thus the various and clashing interests of each county and district of the province are, by a muddled clause of the Act, inv...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

LOCAL INTZl.IGENCf. Sa L,.v As .-We are sorry to announce that the Portland fvrourate haI:s lt her admniring cm man der, and that a separation has taken place be tween two such old friends, and intimate ac q aintances, as Captain Cumnmins a id the Sally dnn. Changes of this kind are seldom pleasing, but are often unavoidable; and thdre is cause of congratulation, that .the separation has taken place under such favourable circutstances. It night have been on a Iteef, or in n quall, or 1 y a thousand chenzes, that both vessl aand co... mander are liable to. The inhanutants of Port land, who hare been long fainiliar with the association of the two names, will be relieved from the unplcasant sensation that otherwisethev might feel, by knowing that an old e:cperienced trader in the person of Cptalin Saunders .he taken the comnuand which Csaptain Cumm:ns' has rehinqui ihad. We hea:rily wish both tha late and pelre ct cotlnl.latder, the greatest suc CRIacT.T.-_'lhe Members of thc Norm:noby...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

L:.ur-Hlore or - Ili eins.-hIt is to be se*nd that :be Government will suffer no delay in forwarding and erecting the lanthern of this li·h-hot-::e,. so that the light may be commen ccn imrrncdi.tel:. Few persons are aware of the numtertous narrow aecapes from shipwreck *which nre ccntinually hap1lninain consequence of the want of the light. The bnrque Tuscan, in her I?t rip to New Zealand, being unable to Ei'::r the Head; after dark, for want of thelight was obliged to lar off all :ight in most tempes :uous weather, and by a B-lden shift of kwind nar-owrlveicaed being wreckedoff Cape Otway. The Ctristina, a few days after, was only saved bh trhesa-aci. anddariio of Captaein Birkenshaw, tho. b :=eem the .squalls, just before dark, got a clanlce ofthe opening of the Heads. In such a ,ale ani sea it was impossible t~keepout tosea; a:d uint fnor his exerieace and coolness, the brig w.ould iJ.liblyJ, have been lust. VerVrecentlv, the biz El!m:rent ashore near the Ieads; but, fortunoaela...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

FO.R LONDON rI II EF I nsfas:--aiin ccper- r ": - d and ccpper-fa'tened ~:Y. e rclooner fnict?a, lo.r.., _ M tnthcn 200 tfsor Ct Kc rradv to :rtire aool. 7or freight or pasaglpe apiil o:. p'ta-i cn in . or to z IIEN;TY !itO1'TIEfiS. i.'a-,: rr e:, Jan. 2!th, 15 '. S- IIEI'LEBY GIVEN tupatea Lre- d (uardi S !.?s th t ow .:ir I a cir cumstnr k!.rce`:r:hwii cha :.i f. love-s .:> tlh u K -o! :*.-ly taught b. :r. ::ewart he,, of raeccs - It", l vacant :n.ti a prvperl. vqul:.: rr;-rcn be ppoointed. I T: the y iutl hIsch erc wot:: to attend:Ihe .h?ol ro u ref £red to tn y not be s?b'ected Sar'e serou- od:ru.rt a rP-ard their t duca i.ui no time sha.i b,; ;t to -ecure the service J lia-stre.- P, r'a:o d, Ja !ie J:t'.ery. Ti ltO 1AS J>I00TII, :.:binet-maker; Upholsterer. Underta-cer, t:.tw LE..-ST REIT, Sr -VING rccived, by reccent arriva, from 1 t an Dierten's Land. a large niuntito of y ,:ahoanr a, ne: r; of the most beauti:ladscrip- l :ion, as al a cedar, ec., begs to in for-- the i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Jan. 17.-Passengcrs by the MiLrcc.v, (ar rival reported in our last)-Mr. and Mrs. M'Cul loch, 3Iessrs. Ricketts, Wiseman. Brown, Pyle, Wales, Clarke, Byrne, Cam, Mrs. Thosmson and two children. Jan.20.--ESSINGTON, schooner, 123 tons, Tul loh master, fro:n Hbart Town. Passenger--Mrs. Tulloh. Jan. 21.--SALLYANNr . schooner, ,S tons, Cum mins master, from .Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Chiene, and Messrs. Urquhart, Booth, `Mickle, Broa:, M.Keinna, Morris and Smith. Jan. 23.-JAN AN ID E.io, cutter, 33 tons, Mitchell master, from elibourne. Jan. 21.-Rlscitao .IoiMor, schooner, 175 tons, Francis Dawson, master. Passenrgers .Miss Margaret Murphy, Mr'. Bourne and two children, .Messrs. Saunders, Couling, and Williams. SAILED. Jan. 21st.-Fox, bir, Irving master, for Ilo bart Town, 900 sheep. Passengers-Mrs. Irving and Mr. Duncan. Jan. 25-The schooner M[Itxav., Fawthorp, for Launceston. Passengers-- Messrs. .'LDowell and Robertson, and fire in the stoerage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPIILETS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HADS, LAW FORMS, IIAND-DILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., ecuted with neatness and despatch, AT TIlE aEM1EiAL PROVODTOW O©FFCSJ GAWLER-STREET, PUBLISHI5NG OFFICE OF TIIE PORTLAND GUA1RDIAN, AT WOOL. 11E Undersigncd are purchasers, or will ad Svance on Wool consigned to their friends, essrs. Buckle and Co., London. IIENTY BROTIIEItS. lia-street, Portland, August 18, 1842. f sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, LOUR, first, seconds and thirds Oats ran, pollard indow glass 8 s 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 int, red, green, white and black Sint oils, turps gar moist and refined ea ap, liawes's aisins, Muscatel and Cape urrants, figs, prunes, dates reserved fruits, jams irkles, quart and pint, (in cases) s Iees, mustard t, finloe and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets on pots and camp ovens of sizes opas hesse, English and Dutch, colonial butter inegar, whitening. reacle ather, sole, kip, kangaroo and dressed she...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. Wlon.s.%iL PRICESi. £ . Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - -0 16 - draught, per barrel, Aslby's 6 10 I - per lild. ditto - - 8 10 0 - per barrel, lurton - -7 0 Beer, Truemana's stout, per lhhd. - -7 -- loare's, - - - - 6 10 - bottled, Taylor's, - - - 0 16 BIacon, per lb., takingthe flitch - - 0 I 'Beef, llamlbro', per barrel . - 5 10 - East India, ditto - - ' 0 I Ilran, per hlsliel, - h -01 Bricks, per tlhiosanld, - - - 1 2 Butter, per lb, - - - - 1 Candles, English, per l, - - 0 1 - Colonial ditto - - - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. 0 - - 0 1 - Colonial - - - 0 0l Canvass, per bolt - - - 12 11 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 1 Cotlbe, per ewt. - - - - 12 1 Corks, per gross - - - 0 I Deals, per foot - - - - 0 0 Flour, firsts, per 100bs. - - - 1 - seconds, ditto - - - I 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - - 0 0 - currants, ditto - - 0 1 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - - 0 0 -- barley, ditto - - 0 71 - oats, ditto - 0 6 Gunpowder, per lb - - 03 Hams, ditto - - - 0 1 ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. THE MAYOR'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYD NE"Y. TIuE MAYOR'S D INNER. The company upon arriving at the hotel, were ushered into the drawing room, oin the first-floor, where they were respectfully an nounced to tle iMayor and the Governor, who were surrounded by the chief oflieers of government. The Mayor had the haplpiness of pi~opos ing the health of his distinguished guest, Sir George Gipps, to whom they were all in debhld for the boon conferred upon them, t the celebration of which had called them togethecr upon that occasion. 'lie would therefore give "His Excellency Sir George Oipps." This toast was received with great enthu "A military march.," Sir George Gipps returned thanks. lie was sure that they mnist ill lie satisfied that. lie felt deeply sensible of the honour that had been conferred upon himi, :by drintking his health with such flatterilg marks appro bation, which could not but convince him of the sincerity of their good wishes. Upon such Lan oecassion as that it might lie expete tl...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

COLONIAL IMIARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO TIlE LATESTtDtr. PORT PIIILLIP. Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, 41bs...,,0 0 9 Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cnt.. 0 II 0 Ration.......... 0 17 0 Beef, lb ,*.. .. 0 Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton ......;O 0 2 Maize.........0 6 0 Pork ..... 0 0 Bran, per 2011. 0 2 0 Veal ........0 0 LAUNCESTON. \'heat, bushel..0 0 0 Beef, perlb..,,0 0 Barley ........0 i 0 Muttonl..... 0 I Oats..........0 4 0 Pork..........0 0 FloSec, fon rs .... 0 0 VButter........0 1 Thirds........14 0 0 Bread, 41b ....0 01t AI)ELAIDE. W\heat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsts,.,,2 0 0 Bran ..........0 1 4 Seconds......20 0 Barl..ey......0 4 0 leef, per lb.... 0 04 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton .......0 0o Maize ........0 G 0 Pork........... 0 Potatoes, ton..lO 0 0 Butter ........ 0 2 SYDNEY. Fineflour 1001bs...1 0 0 Beet, perlb..... 0 0 Seconds ........017 0 Mutton ........0 0 Thirds..........0 15 0 ItRum, inbond,,.0 33 WVheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy ....... 0 40 Maize ..........0 ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ScAn IN SsncrP.-We are s?rry to learn that this discase is lmuch more prevalent than is generally imagined, and that many districts in this colony are infected to a lamentableex tent. We hope that now, when the proper time for applying a renmedy is-prsent, the govern ment will compel tile slheep-farmers to dress their flocks, and that every one will look after his neighbour. If they do not do it now, when the New Waste Land Act comnes into operation, they will be obliged to shear thelm again under heavy penalties. Corrosive Sublimate is selling at sixteen shillings per lb. at the, druggists, and as quantitiesanre expected in the CountessofDur ham, it will be still cheaper.-Ibid. Tuc FIRst AnnuAL McETsIN oF TIIC Sounrl AUSTRALIAN CHnuacn OF SCOTLAND SOCIETYo. On Wednesday lnst, the3 0th ult;, members' of the Church of Scotland Society held their first annual meeting-, attiheirchapel n Hindley-street, the Hon. William Smillie in the chair. The di rectors in their repo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Feb. 3.-The schooner WILL WArTCio, from Laun ceston. SAILED. Jan. 21-The schooner SAiL ANN, 58 tons, Saun ders,master,forMelbourne. Passengers-Miss Silk, Mr. Bell,-+ in the steerage and 2 prisoners of the crown. Feb. 3.-The schooner CIIALLENOEn, Long, master, for Hobart Town. Passengers-n. !rs. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. Archer, Miss Carter, Irs. Long, Major MPCan, Mr. Allpike, Mr. Newenham, Mr. and Mrs. Pulfer, Mr. nad Mrs. lughes, Mrs. Tolmy, Mr.R. Cummins, John Partridge, and one prisoner of the Crown. IMPORTS. Cargo of the Cu.us.LENOa n, from Adelaide: 6265 slates, 100 cheese, I bolt canvas, 7 barrels pork, 40 kegs butter; 26 hogsheads barley, 23 cases bottled beer, 13 bags onions, 3 kegs lead ore, 1 bag ditto, 2 bales sheep skins, 15 hogsheads brandy, 3250 packages slabs, 2 quarter casks gin, 2 pun cheons rum o 4 hogsheads ditto, 1 half keg tobacco, I case snut, 2 cases cigars, 90 kegs gunpowder, 1 case tobacco, 34 cases pickles, 1 case tools, 1 ease me...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1813. THE APPROACHING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

PORTLAND GUARlDIAN, And' Normanby General Advertiser " TO rIOTCCT OUa IIIGIITS-NOT TO INFRINI?E UPON TIIOSE OF OTIIERS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY .1, 1813. THE APPIROACIIING ELECTION. THE absence of anyarrivals from Melbourne, since our last publication, leaves us but little intelligence to commnunicate respecting the electioneering proceedings of other parts of our district; we take the opportunity, how ever, of the present paucity of information on this topic, to throw out a few hints that maybe of service, at a time when other and more important affairs may press upon our attention, to the exclusion of minor and less necessary on4s, as those to which we are about to direct attention. It will be ob served that the following observations can only be considered appropriate on the sup position that the election of the disfrict will be contested, and that there will be more candidates for the suffrages of the electors, than oflics for them to fill; but should it occur, that only an equal nu...

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CORPORATION SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

COIIPORATION SONG. W'E have been favored with a copy of the following song, the words by M?r. W. A. Duncan, and the music by Mr. Nathan. AU.STRALIA THE WtIDE AND TILE aREE. A song for ?ustralia-the wide and the free, Will I sing while the cup passes round; May her sons long be loyal.and happy as we, Aond:her daughters, the feirest, he crowned. I ring rot of wars, for our fields are unstained With the blood of our patriot men; 'Tis in peace, and by corunerce our honours were gained, Which in peace, or by war, we'll maintain. We boast not indeed of antliquity's badge, Nor our ancestral deeds loud proclaimn; ]let of cities and empires in history's page Canl the foumders beburied to fame. HIail City of Sydnaey; of cities the Queen, The youngest, the fairest; thie best ! Be thy Mayor and thy Councillors, true(as they've bce) ; Thy Citizens virtuous and blest! -Sy ney elorn ny Hlerael.

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FREE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

FREII. MM[ICRATION. IT is with the highest satisfaction that we have read in the ,Sdiney lorninsg Herald, of the 6th inst., an article commentingon Lord Stanley's administration, as Colonial Minister, during the lastsession of the Britisd Parliament, as extracted from the ilfercantile Journal, of September G. Thie characteio the colonial minister is therein set forth wit the greatest canedour, and hIis conduct inde clining to adopt an exteisive and national measure of immigration, commensurate with the over-populated condition of Great lltr tain, and the laborial wants of the colonies, is'exhibited in its true colours. For many years past, the subject of emigration has o: cupicd the attention of both politicians and philanthropists, and the growing convi tion is, that there is no salvation for the kingdom but by a copious outlet of its ret dundant population; and extcnded as mhay be. the plans of emigration that shall here after be adopted, all will, according to the present constit...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANDY GcNE:nal AuVERTIS:Ra is published every Sa turday morning, and immediately forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportunity to the following places :-Sydney, lobart Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, and Caope of Good Hope; and lathe MPauritis, Englaind, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, F1rance, Intlia, ,-c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year- respectivelly; to some one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. NVo resignation will beacceptedwithout paysnent of the current quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commnence snent of any quarter, will in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertisement will be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for cre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

DIED,   On Saturday evening last, aged fourteen months, EMILY JaNe, the beloved and only daughter of Cecil Pybus Cooke, Esq.,of this town. On Sunday morning last, of apoplexy, MR.   WILLIAM FROST, of this town, universally regretted by his fellow townsmen. He was followed to the grave by a large and highly respectable concourse of his sorrowing acquaintances.

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