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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

MIR. THOMAS, RAINE begs to acquaint M the Public, that he has for sale at his stores, in lligb-street, and also at the Dar ling Mills, the following Goods at most reduced preei ;.' Bjlack and green teas, sugar, rice, tobacco, Soap, salt, &c. Weist.India rum, Arrack, Cognac brandy, Scheidamr gin, in case, Londoi particular Madeira, in wood and in bottle, Ditto Port, do do. Ditto Trei'eriffe, in quarter cask, hogshead, and pipe, Champagnes Sauterne, and every superior claret White lead, paint, and lamp oil Tar, pitch, and rosin, A few pockets of Kentish hops Ditto Van Diemen's Land ditto, very superior Canvas, rope, corks, bungs, &c. Fdstian, duck, dowlas, Russia sheeting, India silk handerchiefs, slops Earthenware, glass, &c. &c. &c. Iron well assorted, Swedish iron, in flat bars, ,Lea4. .ij~ g pf. one, three-fourth, and one helf inch, s.Iron ditto, of three, three and a half, four a dd' four?Aid a half inches, Two cases b?f clocks, Filour aind...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

TO TilE EDITOR OF TonE MONITOR, SInS 'lour f rieds were not surprised ,to he'ar thant your nppeication to rent crown lard,, convenient to your' grazing rpn, was iCJecti lilinonf thie 'plea, that '"you Were .lditor of the. Monitor"'; tat they were' citonished to hear; and to, read in Mr. 'irLeny's 8,Lahiiil letter, the serious accusition, that 'your, papern was calculated." lb den?Ornli;e the people .. : .. If so, (and who czra .~usopect our pious rulers of writing Libels) 1 think much' blshlil' attliblce to the Colonial and Home.' Goverinienr s (for permitting the Mpnitdr to pass. upuQ*aied ,'n uPy3 preC t9ohsQe eOxs itpee tar "ldeamoraitzinKtGe Peoplo" or br;ngingothe S¶ o gjtCQgiC9týtPl P 1 yt hcar4y) º Ini ta9. part, I allow it to be a y I fetence' to the Okl W1ieb it i chaste fnexpueap sioN voi" of Pol FlA the ;filthy Crini Con. cases, wbich ?ltb Journals. I have.made my hru *. rp day, whn it contained moral rei? ? etrmona" as my-nboy.rMls ,them.; . +:: lect its being thu vehicl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

PU1~4 . ~NOTI = E: WIBERAS.ti the FIFTY 7 POUNDS .VY NýE8l4ro tie "Old Plate) -wre SOL- ~ Od . of Australia, between S4uray- rVeiw e :13tb, and Monday thei15tbhl1stat." .: The :Public .are-hereby Cautioned got to receite te ·'att N-oret in payment. By Orde +ýthe; Board of Dirctors. aiT. P4'IRTIE, Managing Director. '.d S ep. 18g8vr: J --rISS or iNUIWSits O F IFTY POUND NOTES - OF TH1, OLD PLATE STOLEN. No. .o01 Nd,. Q25 No. 5049 No. 5077 S 6 50 .8 "3 7 .1 9 44 8 0 SO .5 9 4 1 30O 5 2 7 "1 6 3 . 4 8 5 5 . 5o . 6 6- . 7 4 ; .' 7 : ' 8 : 4 8 8. 90 a. . 70 2 .." : 3 1 3 9- 4 . 4 ,i1 i, 3 6 2 6 4 7 ,. 5 8 6 5099 SNUMBERS O TWENTY POUND S N-T..E. ' .. NI.. S . OLEN. No. No ' No. No. "Eos5º 9D,10 0 01o,l92 £0,496 S5 a 7., : 7 9 . 6 8 20,500 ?O1S 6 ' 9 a 1 .. .,0ongr 2 ,402 3 l . 2 `x,119? 'i 4 _ S 3 5'' 0,515 6" 6 21 : 20,520 A. 06,s 8 4 jS . -:h9;{" - o " 6 8 P , ' , 8 8 4 8 ,3 S 6 4 ". 4 . 7 8 90 150 5' X10.. 3. 6 20,550 4 8 S 20,410 5 4 *.. 20 2- 8 I' 9054'5 S .1 8.4 9 . 9 S0,0o' 8 * '8...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

(Domnestic Intelligence continued.) Two half pay-military gentlemen have arrived as Settlers under the new regulations. Weareglad to: see them. To THE EDITOR OF THE .?-JL,'ORo, . -. . Srn, Haring attentively perused your journial of the 8th instant, replete with matter very interesting 'o the Colonists in general, I cannot any longer r dsrsin" my feelings of gratitude for the gr eait sacrifices ,you hiurve made, in espous.ng the cause of the weIak and oppressed members pf our overgapverned community, who cannot be 'sufliciently thankful to 'rovidence for having Jpreserved you, al:tostuastqpp4ýl.tetwarhd sate,; to fight their b cmttes tdismr the?rl'fgtls,Aind-defetdt their best interests from tihe destructive efforts of an erring and : * " Government.. Though I pity your defenceless and exposed position in the presenV cqtitical "campaign, '1 envy your intrepil dity, your perscv,-rance, and the imnbortality with vEhich yeuretftrts i1ll be crowned, by securing to.this rising kingdomn t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

-ThI » - Y.' 'r h t -·t·i 1.·; · ; i. .rzt SALES BY -ALCrION. EtleAo1d ,.'Fvsrustuse, corn pris ha? Diniag Ty bles ..·Chasl~~;~rs, : L'ouch Sofas, lied stejids, 'edtfl , .t rp e,t 1~ lute, Purcelain" Ii res ~~$jI`ir4* j Bs~~ii~ 7le,, and varwons%*lier .4i:4zcfe.' , oes -blackj Fol.y, 3 yeais, { S' t= e ¢ e. N`n 3se;--Wyenrs old. B V M j. "O 'IWNHAM.I L. t± * oa.h-thePretn kiise ktivi 'a i the Canning S1 tavern': Ki n;-st reet," ot Friduay . thy: 2di h = po'v;xitibe r ",Wti d SMrdtýy, 'the-2 Eh, at 1 1 r' r. t:1 rw 12preecseiv~ It. j' 1E B1)'ENFIA`, reajec8t'lly ;n-t .J nolUiIcC tt~t t' P'c: `ublibf; 'that he has re ..: &M" ived uilistrust tiohi- frorrarMr. ('earsg. I)od . ler,'tYrehtini-r trakin busiiues; to stiPl, withoUt _ C'- ictrOvi 'ci(Cf r ellt n ousehold Jh rnntitdreiP~atie, LkCgtNt cut Glass, Porcelain', w roines, S1irita.; &cl T Ihey Furniture hans been x t -hiCfi'IWte· rt'd from - the P'rupelrt'ies of the .' ;tI(lVý Mih:igla,-Jo'iu ()OAey, J. M1- kaLness, ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

us sonsLDuO TtTE 8 THEY ARE MARKED. ATIN ;? net capital ribbons, from 2d .. per yard ii -stamp and figured ganse ditto ditto Plain and figured satin and sarsanet bonnet'do. is tPich lute string and brocade ditto, Is. 6d. and upwards B'lack, white. and coloured satins, 5s. per yard Black and white bobbinett'veils 20s. to 80s, Ditto sarsanet and Gros de Naples, 5s. .ichh url n~s nd cushion threid lace, from ls.6d. :to 20s. per yard £A,.plain and figured bobbinett, very fine quality 44 ric!, figured ditto scarfs, 3 yards 1iag, £4 to , ies' lce caps, collars, peilerines, &c. .6- camabrie, joconet, hair-cord, mull, and tomboured musline from 2s" 6d. eidies* e iord mushn and lace dresses S,. "?,;i?,riety of .ilk a~td cottoir shawls ' . :4 stoutesrhtin' calicoes, from 6d. per yard, per 1. - pdiece 4fAnec shir kg ditto, from lod. per ditto. 7.'E1nlisa priots fast coloura, 7d. 10d: and 12d. .".:per yard Elivide, town-printed cambric Is. per yard.per p " iece . .. itto ditto nuslins, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

:: OT CE.-lf aving ftrni,hed our . Newcas r:.it, awii Btlhurst friends with tlieir bdll tfor he'third 'tim, wie beg to i,tforr "them, Ithat i: e r not discharged in the outrnSe, of ýa :i .cau. 2au rebtltseto' the Court of.. Re ~u4quests .to jog . their memories. fr' i?. trllch' tto . Jy the lIa"?'. a disagreeable and: erpent.ibe Rnode of r"eft edhihig the recollecions of o, e's Jrien:!s. 'A TO THE PUBLIC. .. Aove one hundred applications for last Sat .. ?"ray g Mmtor, ',ia 1; b,. n ' a l., at the C t ffie,. shichh could lhot be complied w1.tl' it has .tbeen 'u; geted to us to reprint the motion in. Court, ad lte,".orresponitence. btween us and .the Co li'aL~reeretar, , tgelter with this id ?,y's lea S':rse:: ,£ut l :Ap:srsns. as wi,h. fir 'copier, widl . e.e peagSed. to scnd in th.ir ur,,arrs to the of/ice, as'in the l':ent of a' suf'??ent navnber. of (it'. scrIbers appl'yirng to rede Cm tii epein e, t te same . ilt be - p"blisheik fn a scimall pamphset, price, " t ski 1ig.g :. rorr...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

- TKEE MONIOITOR. F MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17,,?8 . . W. have not had time heretofore to ,oticeithe letter of Mr. Black. which has?appeaied in ounj columns, soliciting the votes of the Proprietors of the 0ld Bank at the , ensuing election of Cashier. The first candidate. made his wishees known to the Proprietors by mnans of a printed'. circular. The oth?r two have,advertised their' claims. :It ndy 'stiike the public as a littlt singular, that vthe first candidate should be the proprietor of a journal which ýoota t he greatest number of subscribers o9 thei'threej published 'in the Colony, seeing that the sal,, ary attached to the 'said office 'is onI about two thirds of. the nett income be derive. from the sale of his journal (not to mention th*i gradualincrease of its sale.) As far as popular applause.. piight :weji with the erson in question, in continuing his prq, sent avoe n, he has every reason to be s:isfite?'r Compliiim ts have flowed in upon him of late4 from every quarter; but he ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

MARRIAGE. --- By Special License on Thursday last, the 13th Instant, at St. Luke's Church Liverpool,   by the Rev. Robert Cartwright, JOHN PALMER JUN. of Richmond Vale, Esquire, to HARRIET VENNER, eldest daughter of Sir John Wylde, Knt. L.L.D. Chief Justice at the Cape of Good     Hope.     No. 81 George Street Sydney New South Wales   EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED,   BY THE PROPRIETOR,   EDWARD SMITH HALL.    

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Windsor Road August 30th, 1828 TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

    Windsor Road August 30th 1828 To the Editor of the Monitor.   Sir,     I wish to know how any magistrate can call this   justice :- Robert Ireland, Jun. a Ticket-of-leave man, but who received a promise from Sir Thomas Brisbane of an Emanicipation, married the daughter   of Serjeant Loder, a colonial girl, by whom he   has several children. The young man Ireland, ap- plied to the Magistrates for a license and was refu- sed on account of his not being free ; but just about that time Mrs. Ann H*****, who was then, and is now living with a Government-man named John     R******, applied for and received a license for a   house on the Windsor road, of which a Magistrate is   the proprietor, and which Public-house these people       now keep and live together as man and wife; and let it be als...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

.'bipping ntdllhgtr , drrivale.--On Saturday the 15.th ult. the We~arlon, from Port DaIrymple on the 8th of Nov. Cargo, 1,2?3, bushels. of wheat, a?d two passengers. Saum day, the ship Henry Wellesley, Captain Church.;, left London 14th of June and Hobart Town on the -th of Nov. General cargo. (30 Cabin and 12 Zteerag.e passengers.) The Ar.lIo had arrived/ at Hobart:; Town. On Sunday, the 13th ult.- the Drago , Capt . Briggs, from the Isle of France on the 18th of May,., and Hobart Town the 6th of Nov. Cargo, augar ai4 sundries. On Tuesday, the ship 8liza, Capt. Doutty from London 29th of June, Wiith Government storen, 150 male prisoners; 30 men of the 63rd Regt. women and 6 children ; Surgeon, Patten Esq. R., N Major Douglass, andEnsign. Champ, of the 63rd Re.g On Thursday, the barque Leda, Capt. Knobb, fro 'f the:Cape of Good HIope the 1st of Oct. with a': arp of wheat, barley, tobacco, and sundries. On Friday-. the Elizabeth, Capt. Wiseman, from New Zealas ,t the 1st of Nov. carg...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

CHIT CATr.-The Criminal Court rep'i d its tings on Saturdav last, when a nuur of i?otk: were bheird and dlislposcd of. There were vents duly declared by th!i Court, and t take charge of the several estates of the J)ebtotrs a pointed by mutual consent of parties, in the ordi J way.-The present Criminal Court Calendar, is heaviest ever known in the Colony since the LQuate? Sessions Court. There are upwards of one, hundredt prisoners to try, and these . for offencec generally of capital felony.--On Monday last, their "Hnnrs"r the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dowling, so. companied by the Sheriff and tbe Registrar o the Supreme Court,, visited the Sydney Gaol. There were some few complaints made by about half a eofei:~ prisoners, of their being in a state of arrest .~auder illegal sentences passed upon theu by some, of the ' Country Magistrates, which the Judges piomisrd should be attended to.-Prom twenty 'to thirty persons (free) have been cumluitted from ,the Po-: lice Office, during...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

SYDNEY MARKET S. Pnlcrn of new. wheat on Thursdary .'1Ja. 9d.--f' 1INf 6d.--Maize 9s. 3d.-Fitie Flour 34s. ercv e stcrling.--Secnds 3Os.--BreaW 8d. per '2Jb: Jos The tinders for meat, have been scccpted frcnrni jWr. Daniel' Cooper, at two pence per lb 4V. SI George Strect Sydney Neti Sostht IaduI"L ZD1TBPD, PRN'IED), AND PUBLIElb IZ3D IA BY I'H3 PRUP1LtTOP, EDWARP SMdITH NALL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

3'.' t? ,-iorT a '?u4'elprl. ?t6:- in town a :, t et itý;ep th counatry,andt o ut wews-carrter a.rqgardx osr fursads ian ;mown, ja valid dligery f iAndfl45o ep!tiVe4.; . hameC as f-put gWotiro aCi iS handsr Subscribers ~toe , o notorteee t?eir papers' regularly, are requested to complaun to al~ ettere ; (post paid) and, as far as we .can, we will waeday the evil. Brut we will not be anstwecrable for the tivezra of ourt Jourmal in a smore efectual man ir than thus set forth. This is the condition on ? alch we sell our Journal, and of which. we hereby repert all our Subscribers to take, notice. Th tpublic are cautioned to pay no money, normahe any , ttenent on account of the Proprietor of this Jotnaril, t)ithout de-nanding a PRIlNTED receipt aigised by him in his ron proper hand writing. N Moey paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, nor acknowledged in any way. ?ri'eri to this Journal on resigning it, will has tI?pag jbr the remainder of the quarter, w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

T0 J3Fa sroDNT3s.-ddvertiseernelts set to. 41i4 ;jqce nw*aea zpeciiy 'mº the face of them the .taumber Yt:'B ?~^ they are to be advertised, otherwise they will 6ve;uontincd ,unit countermnandcd. -Neugt'tettcri addressed to us; are lyin~g in the Port Sc-c, but not btiesg post-paid we cannot draw them. l, ;;eril/' will dYpear" in our..peat.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATION OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

tfinORANPU31 FOR THE ENISUING WEIK. -JAIIONI Of TIIHIZMOMETER, 4C.. &C. . T4KEN Ar 7 IN THU BoaaNLIo, 12 AT'NOON, AN1D 5. IN TnE EVENING RESrECTIVELY.' 1 25th Sunday after Trinity. ;i ' J High Water 56 m. p. morn.--10 m. p. 9 Nt. S un rises 0 m. p. 5.-Sets O m. p. 7. High Water, 30 min. p. 9 Morn.-40 in. _ S _ p. 9 Afternoon. -.High Water 5 m, p. 10 Morn.--25 A.. p. 10: - Afternoon. High Water, 45.m. p.,10 Morn.--11o'clock 7 High Water, 16 ikin.p. l Morn.-35 m. p.11 . Night. I t ", I High Water, 56 m. p. 11 Morn. Sif fiHigh Water, 29 mn? p. 12 Morn.-46 min p.2 Aft. Last Quarter of the Moon 49 min. p. 11 night flURSDAYT........69 86 76 N. W. Hot Winds. aIDAT.......... .7289:78 Ditto Do. TUt&........ 70 851 75 Do. Do. o. ......... 75 95 Do. Do. osoar ......... 6T 83 74 D . Do. ' Y .... .... i6tl 76 Do. Do. VRIJNasn ... -. 6 -t1 68 S. W Fair.

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(Continued from page 1405) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

:Ii/my 6ne case Sir,'I have stinply to request t: y:on.- willbe ple aieed .to drect His Excel n3 Si the Goverior to donsider. the eirumstance. o6f iny conducting the independent Press of bdeyy, -ftc b. to any ithduIlgenees I may, rea. _-nable require, in 'common with the Govern ' ent Printer; or ?ather free Colonists. . 3tit rather the cmntrary. So -that-if a prefeice ebe to be ·given,it should be allowed .to " Coloniists, like" .m' z elf, whosp labours are of real benefit;~ tothbe colbny, and of importance to you Sir, and others of His Majesty's Ministers, in furnish 'qg yoi. with information. of the state of the Colony; of a nature which it would be imlpossi bl..fpr you, to obtain, by any other means at any ts-of cost. t' : ,.. Sir, rm 1 '-your most obedient `.- " -,'humbis Servant, , . E. S. HALL. " Ei . HcL- . ve co i ch iefly the case of P rivate ..plds in ourlate numbers. +..n our next we intend to' tteiv'ate Thomson, and compare his present pu dIJi ent Wi*thhib sgntebce. +?,-...

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TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, &C. &c. &c. Sydney, N. S. Wales, Nov. 17, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

To Sar GEeoRE MvURRAY, IIis Mlajesty'S Prii)cl" pal Secretary of State for,. the Colonies, dc. L e. &c. &e. " . .. ,ydney, N." & aer Nola. I - 17,... sin, I beg leave to lay before you, a correspondence between Mr. MLe?sy, the Secretary for this Co lony, and myself, not doubting but you will ree der me such relief; as- you think the hardship of my case, may merit at your hands. Having in the inucluosed letters, l ntered so very fully ipto the merits of the subject of complaint now eibmtit ted to your consideration, I need not in this epistle repeat the arguments which go to shew the rigorous and inequitable conduct of Governor fDarling to me, inor that the manner in which His Excellency dispenses the Crown lands of. this Colon ,in .general is best caclated to promote the peace, .loyalty, and good government of the people of this dpstapt Colony. I have in my letter to the-Colonial Secretary of the 3rd Instant, mentioned two.'or. three indi. viduals strongly co...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

S fGiltSH ' MISCELLANIES. SMU1DE1 .OFP ' YOUNOG WOMAN IN SUFFOLK, ý ,ITH SINGULAIL DISCOVSRY OF "THE BODY.--A ordju er, rivalling in cold-blooded atrocity that of 'I' Wears, bas been brougat to light within a -few Ays at Holstead, in this county. . The circumstances which have reached us are as follow :--Maria Martin, S'fine young woman, aged 25, the daughter of a mule c?ajther in the above village, formed an imprudent codnection, two or. three rears ago, with .a your.g man Sarned William' Corder, the son of an opulent farmer :in the neighbourhood, by whom she had a child. He ir,"peared much attached to her; and was a frequent i? ~tor at her father's. On the 19th of May last, she l"f hber father's house, stating, in. answer to some queries, that she was going to the Red Barn to'meet 7illiam Corder, who was to be.waiting there with a c; e to convey her to Ipswich, where they were to be rried.. In ordei to deceive observers (Corder's ; atiois being hostile to the connection) she wza.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

P UBULC TCE i lt,;IBfEA.) the FI'rY .. PO TNDS I .NOTES" (fron the Old Plate) .were s?i T EN froms the"Jlankof.Australi, between. - Agurday Evening, the 1sth.:and Monday the 15th Instant.. The Public are hereby Cautioned not to ." receive the Bsid Notes in payment. :By Order of the Board of Directorid T' , M'VI IE, Managing. Director. 1an of A satralia 1 :3d Sep. 1828. j: ISTS OF NUMBERSOF FIFTY POUND NOTES .OF "$E OLD PLATE STOLEN, 1o. go0.oa No. 502.5 No. 5049 No. 5077 S6 O '8 > "7 1 9 4 8 1 30 5 9 4 . 1 6 30 ..5 2 1 6 3 12J ` 7 4 A 8 5 o 3 ' . 8 4, 5 9 8 09 ' 41 9 1 2 70 2 8 3 1 3 9 4 4 21i 5 3 6 2 6 4 7 a a 5 8 4 6 5099 ,, OF :NUMBERS OF TWENTY POUND SNOTES ST'LEN. , No. 'No. No. No. L ::0,005 20.102 0,191 20,496 6 3 5 " S 7' 4 :7 9 8 5 8 20,500 2+ 9013 6 9 1 y . 8 a ,o00 a 6 9 20,402 3 : ,921 O20,112 3 4 i .3 3 5 .S$0,516 . 4 5 . 7 2 *: 6 6 / 7 7 20,411 8 S' S 90,520 20,030 20,190 3 3 i 1 8 4 , " 8 20,4o10 ! e o, to 6 . a 7 0,1 6 9 D0,O4I. 4 6 20 31 2' 7 7 ? 3 280,485 6 1 90...

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