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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 December 1826

DOMECTIC INTELLENCE         It-is our painful task to record melancholy instance of the mutability of human affairs. There dwelt upon the North Shore a reputable family named Melsham, the heads of whom had long' held confidential posts in the households of Governors Macquarie and Brisbane; ha- ving acquired an easy competency, they had retired to this sequestered spot to enjoy the fruits of their labour, a comfortable neatly furnished dwelling; a garden, cattle and a well known resort of Sunday-goers, known as " The Milk House," which produced a considerable weekly ren- tal, constituted their possessions. Melsham was absent, and his wife and daughter saw with fearful soli- itude the distant smoke rising o'er the hill; towards the   set of sun the blazing heath presented to their view an appalling prospect-two male domestics then on the   premises made active endeavours to cut off the commu- nication of the...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 December 1826

THE MONIXTOR... . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, .1826. WE have resided in this Colony above fifteen years; and never did we witness such a sensation in Sydney since our arrival as that which was excited by the publi cation of The Australian Newspaper of Wednesday sen'night, commenting on the death of Sudds the private soldier. The whole town was in commotion. Business was partly at a stand-still-and the fate of the unfortu-   nate man occupied every mouth from morning till night -it was in vain to think or talk of any thing else nothing but Sudds and Thomson, the death of the former and the alleged lunacy of the latter were to be heard of from the Battery to the Brick-fields, and from Cockle Bay to Hyde Park. At Parramatta it was just the same. At Liverpool there was also a considerable sensation on the Thursday, IN the midst of all this dismay and astonishment, the people began on Thursday to look out for The Monitor. Ah ! said numbers who honestly consider that instead of guidi...

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REFLECTIONS BY MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 December 1826

REFLECTIONS BY MOONLIGHT. How oft a cloud with envious veil,   Obscures yon bashful light; Which seems so modestly to steal Along the waste of night, 'Tis thus the world's obtrusive wrongs, Obscure with malice keen, Some timid heart that only longs, To live and die unseen. THE CONCERT.---We have received the following account of the Concert which took place on Monday evening last, for the benefit of the Benevolent Society.- " A bright halo was diffused over the elegant and select assemblage that graced the Concert-room on Monday evening, by the presence of a dignified coterie of the beau-monde, who condescendingly patronised the lauda ble efforts made by the Amateur Committee to promote public charity, and for whose accommodation temporary seats were erected, and were occupied by the amiable consort of His Excellency the Governor; Chief-Jus tice Forbes; the Hon. Mr. McLeay and family; the blooming daughters of Australia, the Misses Blaxland's; the Naval Officers ;the Br...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. NEW Wheat yesterday met a brisk demand, though at low prices, being for the most part affected with smut. Maize continues steady; in the corn market generally, little flucti ation is anticipated. Beasts were scanty; 25 head of milch cattle averaged 51. 10s. Draught cattle are valuable at this time and find ready sale. 100 sheep averaged 203. eahe; there were no pigs. BUSthere HELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 20 Bushels at 6s. 3d-72 at 6s.-103 at 5s. 6d.-50 .at 5 30 at 4s. 9d--Purchased for Steam Engine 90, at 5s. Total Sold 365 Bushels. '- " Wheat from.4s. 9d. to 6s. 3d.-Average on total sold 5:. 4j4. per Bushel-Maize 3s. 6d.-Butter from 2:. to 2a. 94. per lb.-Cheese, (old) Is. 6d.--Eggs 2s. to 2. 3d. per dos Fowls 4s. 9d. to 6s. per couple.-Ducks 6s.-Geese 12r. Gd. to 16s.-Turkies 18s. to 25s. -Potatoe 6s. Gtd. to 20s. per evt.-Fine Flour 14s. sterling per, stone.-Bread .Fjgr pence halipenny per Loaf.-Beef 3s. 8d. per stone.--,Mut ton 4s. 6d.-Pork 4. 8d.--Hay, none. Greeq Barley...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.-On Monday the 11th, Inst. The New Colonial Brig APOLLO, John Laughton, Master ; from Hobart Town, the 27th November, Lading sundries. Passengers Messrs T. Webber Blackwell and Hudson.-On Tuesday the 12th, the Cutter cvURRan CY LASS, from Newcastle, her first trip.-On Wednesday the 13th, The Marquis of Huntley, from Broken Bay, where she has been taking in Timber. DEPARTURES.-On Sunday the 10th, Inst. the Brig Weflink ton, for Norfolk Island ; with 66 Prisoners, A .guard and Stores. Also the Schooner Alligator, for Port Macquarie.--On WRdhesday the Brig nAWEIS, for the Isle of France. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The Government Brig Mary Elizabeth, for Moreton Bay, sails this Morning-The BOYNE, for Canton-The ADRIAN, for Batavia ; and the SPEEDWELL, for Port Dalrymple are,~panonced to.depart to morrow.-The Ship REGaLu, for London, on the 17th, and the HUGU CRAWFORD, for Hobart Town on the 19th.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

- mo SMpU OA'THRNSUING E SUN rises,-at 42 min.. pastU4. S igh Water at,Port-Jackson 30 min. past 9 inthe. Mor. 50 min. past 9 at..N1ght.w. Sun sets 8 min. past 7. ? High Water 5 min. past, 10 Morning1-25 ini. pt at Night. 3rd. Sunday in Advent. High Water, 45 min. past 109 Morn.-1 Ia ight. 4 High Water, 16 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt SI Day 14 Hours 16 Min. long. f I I( High Water, 56 min past 11 in the Forenoon. I, High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 minpast 12 at N Night., High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-'- 53 min. past I Aft. j; St. Thomas. Longest Day. Sun enters Capricorn. ' Summer begins. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAJKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. 70-75' 71-75 70-76 71-72 7 2--76 70-,73 69-71 Clear Clear & Light Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear weather. warm. Breezes. with thun- and, and with der & hea- cool. cool. light vy rain.' . breezes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

`' -i'oi IA'1' Or Sica$ ts` Yr, IFth Novazana 1826. N TRACT$. Pereons, b desirous of-trndertaking to urni h an :of the nsupplies at the Stations under s;entied; for StrcMonths, comencing 25th December riet, are requested to ti their Proposals, in Writing, to this Ofice, sealed nd ~ sed "Tender," at 1$ o'Clo~ k this .Day, the 15th instant. syoDnW .. Tra nsport., ".le. e 'Pism ajerty's otroopBrs, D Siptto tShips of ar ad Transports, "Bread and The Gaol, 'Fr~eshBeef. d Hyde Park Barracks, Carter's ditto, .Grose Farm, and. aLh nioi Halk .Bread Beef , r a or Mutton anL. The Colonial Hospital. Milk.. . Fresh Beef. T Prisoner's out of Barracks. Unless .the ,Offers for the Supply of 'read and Meat ' s 'ydney, be accompanied by a Letter from some Person of &iaown stability, who will engage to enter into a Bond for the due rl flment of the Contract, they will not be taken Notice of. PARRAMATTA. His Majesty's PFoops. The Gaol. 33The Colonial Hospital. The Female Factory. His Majesty's'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

r YW . pectable yaii~. "ong` MIuted h Accounts and the generalro.fitie of Busmess~M-Ms resa, pectable references to character can be given. AppI .t . Monitor Office. . , .. BANK OF NEW.'SOUTH ,WALES. ; A FEW SHARES 'in the above ,lucrative a?d proeperous Institution to 'be Sold.-Enquire, of lNVr,,. Au.,'George -Street. , ON VIEWx AT JOHN PAUL'S NEW "EXTENSIVE WAREHOUSE, Parasols, from 15s:/ to' 4O. Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Ladies' and Children's Bonnets; Bombazines, Crape, Handkerchiefs,'and Ribbons, TO Emigrant settlers, and others disappointed in their'grant4 of J Land, having their stock and small capital upemployed, and at a heavy expense for the pastuirage of: cattle. The Advertiser, possessing extensive tracts of land, delightfully situated at a rea sonable distance from Sydney, Parramatta, and the Hawkesbury, abounding with grass of the most excellent quality, and running streams of pure water throughout the year, is desirous of plating " his cattle, from 80 to 100 head, of...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

'' - " ''' DOMESTIC Nl(TEL Q ENCE. AW ,pare called upon to defend the Magistrates of trramatta ! he inhabitants say, thIit :tlihy cannot pass along the Streets after 9 o'clock at night, with out insult assault or -battery from the new military patrole established there, and that when complaints are m~ade to the magistrates, the same men of war are so 'insolent to. the Bench, that justice is impeded,althopgh -;theit officers sit by at the time. We shallypublish a few names on this subject presently. , ANOTHER military officer has' been added to, e list of Magistrates. We do not like tosee such-lots ?F soldier officers put into the magistracy. "We are too military a Government already.-Our worthy Registrar of the Supreme Court is really interested, we see in the pro ceedings of the Bank proprietors-we considered his p?roposal for the election as something of a quiz before the gallant Colonel's advertisement made its ap pearance. Colonel Mills is a favourite with us as he is with ttie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. {No.47.) COLONIAL SECRE'#ARY'S OFFICE, DEc. 12th, 1826. "'TIS MAJESTY has been pleased tio appoint JAMES '· HOLLAND, Esquire,, to be Solicitor Generat of the Colony of New South Wales, in the Room of'Joan SSTi?eIN, Esquire, who is appointed a Judge of the Su pjrere Court. -By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT ORDER., No.48) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OF'eICE, 12th Dec; 1826. F'HE -GovsRNOR has been pleased to appoint JA~i(s .L. HOLt.AnD, Esquire, His MAJESTY'S Solicitor General; in this; Colony, to be' Commissioner of the Co t of.R l quests at Sydney, Liverpool, Parrtmatta, Windsor, and Newcastle, HENRY GRATTAN DouGLASs, Esquire, will therefore .resume his Situation as Clerk to the Legislative Coun cil By His Excellency's Command. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GbVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, December 12tfh 1826 TWENTY POUNDS REWARD." W HEREAS a Man named WILLIAM WARD, V .lately ESCAPED from Carter's Barrack, stands harged.. with divers Felonies; ...

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SELECT POETRY. NATIONAL MELODIES. A Fifth Part of this beautiful selection has just been published, the Words by THOMAS MOORE, Esq. of which the following is a specimen. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

SELECT POETRY;.I NATIONAL MELODIES. A Fifth Part of thiis beautiful selection has just been published; the Words by TnUo?vAs MooRE, Esq. of which the following is a specimen. Where,are the visions that round me once hover'd, Forms that had grace in their shadows alonie, Looks fresh as light from a star just dliscover'd, And voices that music might take for its own ? Time while .I spoke, with his wings resting o'er me, Heard me say " Where are those visions, Oh, where ?" And pointing his wand to the sun-set before me, Said with a voice like the hollow wind, "There!" ,Fondly I iook'd where the wizard had spoken, On to the dim shining ruins of day, And there,in that light, like a talisman broken, Saw the bright fragments of Hope melt away ! " Oh, lend me thy wings Time," I hastily utter'd, Impatient to catch the last glimmer that shone ! But scarcely again had the dark wizard flutter'd, His wings o'er my head, ere the light all was gone. WE are happy to perceive by an Advertisement whi...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

"' " - * ! . .f .. " ?' sit 'f Sir Walter Scott to' Ireland, we are assu "re ba pied .toim the ost' favoutrable views of the Iris c?arcer, :ad capabilities. The advantages 6f i~ersonal X observation, with' such a mind as his, were alone wraniting to a just and liberal estimate of our very; peon liair .state, and. we have reason to think that he has left the countriy under impressions very different indeed from those tWith ,which he came amongst us. He does justice to those generous and exalted qualities of heart which he cannot fail to discover in the very vices to vwhiich the almost total absence of all moral culture has consigned the peasantry of this ,neglected .pcountry ; buit' he has been able to trace the growth of many, of those peculiar evils which beset our social state, to the uncor rected . operation of feelings which needed but a pro vident and just direction to ensure the happiness and promote the welfare of our. poor but kind-hearted countrymen. The union of British we...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1826. . IN The Australian of the 2nd Inst. there was published a letter signed Rubio. We consider this epistle likely to mislead people in England who have it in conterin plation to emigrate to this Colony. Therefore we shall dissect it and make our remarks thereon. ." I heard an excellent friend of mine the other day "exclaim, Give me a good sheep-fanm in New South " Wales, and I would not leave it to be Secretary of State., " Now allowing the ascetic dispositions of disappoinied " men, and the well-known remark on riches and bonours,, " viz, that few despise .them but those who despair of "them, I am inclined to 'think my sheep-farming "friend spoke the truth from his heart— ******** 1 " therefore could not refuse accepting a pressing invi " tatiori to his farm on the banks of the river Hunter.1- " We sailed together in the Packet, and after a pleasant " run of ten or eleven hours, arrived at Newcastle, ands " stepped immediately into my friend's ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, ON perusing one of the numbers of the Monitor a few, days ago, I noticed the comments of "An English Emigrant,"' respecting Hume River, the Gulf of St. Vincent, and several other bays and harbours on this coast. I now beg leave, Mr. Editor, to say, that in my opinion I have performed journeys enough. It is true some persons have profited by my excursions into the interior; but in general terms, I cannot say that I have. In the year 1814, in company with my brother, I dis- covered that tract of country now called " Argyle." I was also there in the years 1815 and 1816 ; and in the year 1817, I accompanied Mr. Throsby on his frst tour to that part of the country. In the year 1818, I again accompanied Mr. Throsby and the late Mr. Meehan :- Mr. Meehan and my self discovered that beautiful Lake, now called "Lake Ba-   thurst," and " Goulburn Downs."' Sometime afterwards, I conducted Mr. Throsby and Mr. William M'Arthur, to the same part of t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, December 6th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, December 6th, 1826. SIR THE AUSTRALIAN of the 25th ult. very properly adverted to the state of the Sydney Gaol, and to the want of accommodation for Debtors, as represented to the late Grand Jury :-and also to the decision of His Honor the Chief Justice, in the case of '" SPARK v. JOSEPHSON." It may not, therefore, be entirely irrelevant, to contrast the substance of an Affidavit made by H. Steel, the Gaoler, with an Extract of a Letter, written by the Sheriff, to the Chief Justice, with reference to these specific matters. HENRY STEEL makes oath, and swears, "That the state of the "Gaol is insecure, that the Apartments for Debtors are WRETCHED, " that the amount of Detainers against Josephson, is £3903.. &c." ON these grounds, then, there being no accommodation in the Gaol for Josephson, but what is WRETCHED and INSECURE, he has been permitted, ever, since he has been under execution, which is more than 12 months, to remain with his fam...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 December 1826

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR,   SIR, Last Friday, I took an excursion to the North Shore, and in   my peregrination met with Bungaree and his sable tribe, very contentedly seated beneath the shade of a wattle. At a little distance from the native throng, sat three miserable beings, scarcely human in form, presenting to my horrified sight a climax of wretchedness and disease. Picture to yourself, Mr. Editor, (for the worst of the three) a being whose every bone was countable through a coating of dry and shrivelled skin ; whose legs (literally, and joking apart) were not so thick as chop-sticks ; whose nose was half-decayed ; whose ears were dropping from a head that served as food for myriads of vermin ; and whose diseased and decayed carcase was regaling a host of tantalizing flies. The disease will ultimately affect the vitals—and then (Heaven be praised) die he must. He tried, but was unable to answer a question I put to him. Good God ! thought I, as I co...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 December 1826

OUR readers will be happy to 'learn Dr. Bland has ac.;, cepted the office of Surgeon to the Shcool of Industry. As Mr. Robert Howe's family, was returning home on Sunday evening from Macquarie-street Chapel, some mis. creants threw two large stones against it with such violence as to split one of the pannels. We have seldom to record, such outrages in New South Wales, notwithstanding it is the land of convicts. It is a most remarkable, nay, a marvellous\\ fact, that here, in Botany 'Bay, the receptacle of the'nmost 'de.-'' prayed part of an English mob, personal and other outrages of the above description, are scarcely ever heard of. The singularity is to be ascribed principally to the- proper treatment, which through the hu'manity of the Go vernment in former times, and the free-press in the present times, the prisoners receive at the hands of their employers. We hope Mr. Howe's spirited offer of 201. reward, will bring' the villains to justice.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 December 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.-On Friday the 15th instant, the Ship Leda, Capt. John Northwood, from the Cape of Good Hope, on the 10th of October, and Hobart Town on the 3rd instant. Pais. sengers-Messrs. Flaherty, V. Evans and Thomas Milton-, Ladming--Sundries. Same day the Colonial Schooner IHm4er, J. 'Craig, Master, from Port Dalrymple on the 5th instant. Lading--2000 Bdshels of Wheat, 15 Tons of Flour, 698 Kan garoo Skins and 146 Seal do. DEPARTURES.--'On Friday the 15th instant, the.Cutter Speedwell, for Port Dalrvmple. On Sunday, the 17th, the Government Brig Mfary ''ligabeth, for Moreton Bay, with Stores, &c. On Monday the 18th inst. the Adrian, Captain Birown, for Batavia. On T'uesday the 19th inst. the Frentch Corvette L'Astrolabe, Captain D'Urville, for New Zealand. On Wednesday the 20th inst. for London direct, the Ship Regalia, Captain Burt. Lading--262 Blue Gum Planks, 1323 Cedar do 35 Bales of Wool, 32 cwt. of Bark, 12 Casks,of Arrow Root, 1303 Bullocks Horn...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Settlers and Venders of produce generally find at this season a ready sale for grain as well as merchandize, accordingly yesterday's market partook of the effect which the near approach of Christmas commonly produces. Wheat, nearly all of this year's growth, was in demand, at a reduction of 4d. per bushel. The Cattle Market was dull. Beasts for Stock are in request. Four Spanish Rams sold at a moderate rate. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 December 1826

SYDNEY MARKET''., Settlers and Venders of produce generally find at this season a ready sale for grain as well as merchandize, accQrdingly yesterday's market partook of the effect which the near approach cf* Christmas commonly produces. Wheat, nearly all of this year's growth, w&s in demand, at a reduction of 4d. per bushel. The Catlle Market was dull. Beaita for Stoclk are in request. Four. Spanish Rams sold at a moderate rate O, BUSHELS OF IWHEAT SOLD. 72 (old) at 4a. 301 (new) at 5:. 38 at 5b. 3d. 139 at S6. 6,. Total Sold 650 Bushels. Wheat fromin 4:. to 58. 6d..- Average on total so4 4 a. per Bushel-Maize 3F. to 3,. 6d.-.Butter from 2.. 64?'to 34. dd. per lb.-Cheese, Is. 8d.--,Eggs 1I. 94..to go. Qd. per doz.- SFowls 3s. Gd. to 5s. per couple.--uck fs.~ to ??* 64. -'Geese 14s. to 15s.-furkies 16s. to 18g.-Flne ldur 13s. 6d. sterling ier p Cvt.-Bread 4d per 'af. -Beef 3sa 8d. per stbne.---:itton 4s. Id.--Pork 44. 4d,-i Hay, . a, erToq. -,Straw. 21. 10s, *

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 December 1826

DIARY. MEMORAND UM FOR, THE ENSUING WEEK. S SLUN rises, at 51 min. past 4. High WVater at Port .Jackson 15 min. past 1 in the Morn. 55 min. past 1 Afternoon. I Last Quarter of the Moon 40 min. past 4 Afternoon. gun sets 9 min. past 7. S HI aigh tWater, 30 min. past 2 Morning-6 nun. past 3 [ I A ternoon. . 4th. Sunday in Advent. 1' N °.High Water, 33 Inin. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. Christmas Day. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Even.. Day 14 Hours 18 Min long, St. Stephen. E4 .High Water, 40 min past 5 Morn.-14 min. paslt 6 Even, St. John. High Water, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 nmin. past. 7 Er. Feast of the Holy Innocents. E j High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK,. WITH .THE .VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AJND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. 71-72 7.1-73 72-74 73-76 71-73 74--76 66-71 Light Clear & Windy. & Light Warm & Cloudy Clear &am...

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