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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 August 1823

SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, August 23, 1823. WATERLOO STORE, ELIZABETH-STREET. JOHN PHILIP DEANE respectfully begs leave to inform the' Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land, that he has removed from Bridge-street, to his New Residence in Eliza "beth-street ; and takes this opportunity of re- turning thanks for past favours, and hopes, by disposing of his Goods at his/ usual reason- able rates, to merit a continuance of their pa- tronage.-The following choice and excellent INVESTMENT is now offered for SALE: Thread lace, horse shoe and rounds for babies' caps; gentlemen's superfine beaver hats, a variety of children's beaver hats and bonnets ; a case of fashionable straw ditto of different sizes ; a large assortment of black bombasines ; plain and twilled stuffs; men and women's black worsted stockings,blankets, flannels, bed ticking, fine prints, duck, sheeting, toweling, long lawn, diaper, muslinet, and fine dimity ; buckram, black silk and cotton handkerchiefs, qu...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 August 1823

BRITISH EXTRACTS. *Çhe state apartments in Windsor Palace, occupied by his late Majesty, have been fitted up in the most splendid style for his present Majesty, and have been "completed upwards of three months. It is anticipated that his Majesty will remove to Windsor early in the spring. v PACKET SERVICE.-We understand his Majesty's packet service will be carried on in ten gun brigs after the 1st of April next. They will be besides adapted to any service that may be required of vessels of their class. GEORGE-TOWN, DEC. 28, 1822.-The following is an extract of a letter from Washington, dated Dec. l8 :-Mr. Floyd has introduced a Bill to establish a Colony at the mouth of the Columbia River on the Pacific Ocean. The discussion of it is postponed to the 2d Monday in January. The Bill provides for a force of 900 men-a Governor at asalary of 3000 dollars, and a Secretary at 2000 dollars. The objects are, first, the military occupation of that part of the territory to which Russia has set...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 August 1823

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN W. BENSON, Commander; Mr. Sadler, 1st Officer; and Mr. Green- sward, 2d Officer of the brig Francis, leaving the colony, request claims to be presented. - 2 Captain J. SMITH, Commander; Mr. Smith, 1st Officer, and Mr. C. Brown, 2d Officer of the brig Brutus, leaving the colony, request claims to be presented. 2 » Mr. Hood, proceeding to Sydney, requests claims to be presented. 2 Mr. William Milliken leaving the colony, requests claims to be presented. 2 Mr. James Kay leaving the colony, requests claims to be presented. 1 Mr. Thomas Aspinall leaving the colony, re- quests claims to be presented. ' i 1 Mr. William Nicholas leaving the colony, re- quests claims to be presented. 1 Mr. James Cobb, Mr. John Cobb, and. Mrs. ! Cobb, leaving the colony, request claims to be 1 presented.-Also, S. Horne & E.Bye, servants. 2 Michael Kelly leaving the colony iii the Skel ton, Tequests claims to be presented._1 OST OFFICE.-The Mail Bag per the Skelton for Engla...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 August 1823

Government and General Orders. Government Housß, Hobart Town, Friday, August 29th, 1823. MU. JAMES SIMMON« is appointed Chief District Constable, and Keeper of the Pound, for the District of Clarence Plains, in the Boom of Mr. E« Kimberly, resigned. JOHN RAPSO^J is appointed extra Dis- trict Constable, attached to the District of Glenarchy. The following Appointments of Constables take place for Hobart Town : Thos. Ward,-) r Pat.Murphy, ^ dismissed John Bezett, ( § V H.M'Connell, I ^dSESiit C.Clarges, ('S i Thos. Brown, (plÄ. Wm.Clarke, ) C James Revell, ) renoas > Jame»Dagger, vice J. Ivey Wilson, resigned; Rich. Martin, ^ f Thos. Carter,^ removed John G apon, F g 7 H. Goadby, fto spe William Smith, ?"» \ R.Phillimore, f cial J. Musslewhite, \ ^Geo. Brown, j Duty. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government Public Notice. TÏÏE undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates and Tickets of Leave during the last Week : Certificates. ...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 August 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rc».R.Knopwood,M.A. SHIP NEWS.-The ship Tha- lia, Captain Munro, bound from Port Jackson to Bata- via, caine to an anchor in V*.3F*7Ä! the river off Bruné Island on Sunday last, from stress of weather, and the want of bal- last : the wind being favorable on Thursday morning, she proceeded in prosecution of her voyage. The transport-ship Competitor, Captai» Ascough, sailed on Sunday last for Port Jackson.-Passengers, Colonel Macleod, John Uniake, Esq., Miss Blachford, Mr. Cockney, Mr. Saddler, and Mr. John Fer- gusson,, - -^ îe brig Governor Phillips, which was expected to proceed to Sydney, is now pre- paring to take in a cargo of colonial produce for the Isle of France. The brigs Francis and Brutus will sail next week for Port Jackson. The ship Skelton will positively sail on Tuesday for England; and the Lusitania, it   is expected, will follow her in the course of September. Remain in the harbour and river, the ships Skelton, King Georg...

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BRITISH SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 September 1823

BRITISH SELECTIONS. BREST, FEB. 6.-The ships of the Royal Navy at this port are preparing for sea, with all possible expedition, to increase the force destined to protect commerce. A ship of the line sailed this morning for the Antilles, with orders to the ships of war on that sta- tion to protect the merchantmen, and that no vessel is to be suffered to sail for Europe without convoy. Another ship, it is an- nounced, will sail forthwith for the same destination. Yesterday orders were receiv-   ed here, by telegraph, to fit for sea instantly six frigates and a ship of the line of 80 guns, and for the squadron in the Roads to put to sea the first favourable wind. The Army Estimates for the current year have been laid before the House of Com- mons. The total number of the Army, in- cluding officers, is 89,426, besides the Ve- teran battalions, which amount, including officers, to 2,691. From this number is to be deducted 19,977 nien serving in India, who are paid by the Ea...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 September 1823

HOB ART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq.   SHIP NEWS. - Arrived on Sunday last from Port Dal- rymple, the brig Nereus, Captain Payne, with 5600 bushels of wheat. Arrived from Port Jackson on Thursday, after a passage of 14 days, the ship Regalia, Captain Collins ; having on board 16 horses, a few horned cattle of an improved breed, a number of Merino-bred sheep, and a quan- tity of swine.-Passengers, Captain Welsh, Mr. Young, Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Seal, Mr. ¡Newton,' Mr. Casper, and Mrs. Walker. Sailed for England yesterday, the ship Skelton, Captain Dixon; having on board 100 tons of oil, 40 tons of wool, 300 seal skins, and 10 tons of hides, the produce of this Island.--Passengers, H. N. Holden, Esq. E. R. C. S,, Mr. John Reeves, and Mr. Burney and family.-The Skelton, it is un- derstood, will return to this Colony shortly after her arrival in England. ^ i The ship Caroline is preparing to sail for | Macquarie Island, to take in a cargo of sea elephant oil and sea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 September 1823

SPORTING MAGAZINE. ONE Set only of this Work, the New ^Series, comprising lO.Volumes, half bound, embelbsjied with 1§ fine Engravings, is íemaining for Sale at the Gazette Office. -{They will be sold at the same price as .they sell forin England, 13s. 6d. per Volume. *-Besides forming a complete Register of all Sporting Occurrences in the Mother Country, these Volumes contain much valu- able Information on Subjects connected with the Pursuits of a Country Life ; mingled at the same time with entertaining Anecdote, and other cheerful Reading, excellently adapted to beguile a tedious hour. -_ TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by LEWIS and COLLICOTT, on Monday next, the 8th of September, at 1 o'Clock, at Young and Dillon's Store, Argyle-street, a quantity of very fine SYDNEY PIGS, just airived on the ship Regalia._ HOGSLARD.-Just imported, in fine condition, and for SALE, at YOUNG & DILLON'S, in Argyle-street, a few Casks of Sydney - HOGSLARD, refined in a superior manner, and well woithy...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 September 1823

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town Friday, September 5th, 1823   MR. DUNCAN BALLANTYNE is ap- pointed Chief District Constable of New Norfolk, North side of the Derwent: also Keeper of the Pound for the same. By Command of His Honor         The Lieutenant Governor             H.E. Robinson, Secretary. Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town,       Friday, September 5th, 1823 ALL Prisoners of the Crown who have been invalided upon Medical Certificates, and are victualled from Her Majesty's Stores, or whose Condition requires Medical Inspection, are desired to attend at the   Colonial Hospital, at 12 o'Clock on Saturn day the 20th Instant; By Command of His Honor         The Lieutenant Governor, ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 September 1823

ENGLISH EXTRACTS, j Sir Henry Wellesley has succeeded the Marquis of Londonderry as Ambassador to the Courtof Vienna, and he has; been re- placed at Madrid by" Sir William A'Court. .JEarl ClanwiHiatn has been .appointed Minister to the Court of Berlin. MARRIAGE ACT.-The Mairiage Act Repeal Bill received the Royal Assent on Tuesday : all marriages will now be solem- nized according to the old law of marriage. The Yorkshireman steam sliip arrived at Hull on Monday the 17th, from Antwerp, which place she Ieftthe«preceding day. This is the first steam packet that has sailed from Hull to the continent ; she was only thirty one hours in performing the passage. The severity of the cold in the United States has been very remarkable this winter. At Albany on the 10th ult. the temperature was l8, degrees below the zero of Farenheit. ENGLAND.-In London,'last year, the number of births was 23,373 ; of deaths in the same period, 18,865 ; being an increaes on the births of about one-fourth when c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 September 1823

Il I L' v 11 LU Government and General Orders: Government Hmse,/Hobart Town, ; ,, ^Friday, SéptenikerlÚth, 1823: TJOHN BAREFQOTUS \appointed,a Bis 41 " triet Constable at Mßordon's, Plains, Port Dalrymple, . vice .Railton; resigned. '~ 1 By Command of-His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government and General Orders. Government jffouse, Hobart Town, Friday, September 5th, 1823. _"A LXrPJEisonets of the Crown who have JTJL Üeen invalided upon Medical Certifi- cates, and are victualled from His Majesty's Stores, or whose Condition requires Medical Inspection, are desired to attend at the Colonial Hospital, at 12 o'Cloclc, on Satur- day, the 20th Instant. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, i Saturday, September ùth, 1823. T^E Period at'which Licenses for the - Retail of Spirits, Wine, and Beer, for the ensuing'Year are granted being now at hand, such Persons as...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 September 1823

lïjOST OFFICE.-MAILS will be for JL warded by the ships and at the periods under-mentioned; viz.-For England, «M Rio dee Janeiro, the Lusitania, Captain Langdon, to sail about the" 1st October ; the Regalia, Captain Collins, about the 1st October ; for the East Indies and Cape of Good Hope, via the Mauritius, the Admiral Cockburn, Captain J. Briggs, on the 21st Instant. J. T. COLLICOTT, Postmaster. NOTICE is hereby given,, that the- un- dersigned intends forthwith to apply to I the Honourable the Supreme Court at Sydney (through THOMAS BELL, Esq., J. P., its Com- missioner in Van Diemen's Land) for Letters of Administration to the Estate and Effects of the late Mr. MATTHEW CORNEY, of Launceston. ROBERT CORNEY. CARTWRIGHT & Ross, Proctors._ TO be SOLD, a very valuable FARM, very eligibly situated, granted by Gover- nor Macquarie to Mr. J. Speed, and by him conveyed to Simeon Lord, Esq., of Sydney. For further particulars apply to Mr. MURRAY, General Agent, Hobart Town. FOR Sa...

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HOBART-TOWN. PRICE OF BREAD {Fine Loaf, of 2 lbs.....5d. Wheater..............4d. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 September 1823

HOBART TOWN.   » "" ri«". « S Fine Loaf, of 2 lbs.5d. PRICE OF BREAD J w^e,,.;..4d. Sitting Magistrate- G. JP. Read, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-Arrived on Thursday from Port Jack- son, the ship Admiral Cock- burn, Captain-John Briggs, with a general cargo of merchandize, and a few horses.-Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, and Mrs. Eliza Harris.^ Tbe brig Brutus, Captain Smith, and the brig Francis, Captain Benson, will sail early next week for Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour and river, the ships Admiral Cockburn, Regalia, King George, Lusitania, and Caroline; the brigs Francis,   Brutus, Governor Phillips, Dragon, Thalia, and Nereus. . By the Admiral Cockburn, we learn the arrival at Port Jackson, on the 26th ultimo from England of the transpprt-ships Henry and öcean.-^-The guard per the former of these vessels consisted of Captain Lockyer, Lieutenant Owen, and 32 rank and file of the 3d Regiment (Buffs).-Surgeon Super- intendant Dr. T. Davis, R. N. The Henry left L...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 September 1823

HOB ART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Rev.R.Knopwood,M.A. SHIP NEWS:--On Tuesday last sailed for Port Jackson, the brig Brutus, Mr. James Smith, master, leaving the Commander here till her return from that port. On Wednesday the brig Francis, Captain W. Benson, sailed for Sydney also. The brig Nereus, Captain Payne, will sail in a day or two for Port Jackson. - The Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, will sail in the course of the ensuing week for the Isle of France." Remain in the harbour and river, the ships Admiral Cockburn, Regalia, King George, Lusitania,,and Caroline; and the brigs Go- vernor Phillips, Dragon, Nereus, & Thalia. Since our Paper went to press, we are informed, that the fate of the unfortunate Mr. VON BIBRA has been ascertained.-We are enabled to state, r that accounts arrived by the Messenger yesterday afternoon of his body having been found in, the Macquarie River* A Coroner's Inquest was summoned. An Inquest was held at the Ship Inn, On Monday last, before A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 September 1823

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town,       Friday, September 19th,1823 THE ANNUAL GENERAL MUS- TER of the Colony will commence on the 13th October, under the Inspection of     the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, the COM- MANDANT of Port Dalrymple, the Super- intendants of Police, and the Magistrates of Districts, whose Presence is specially re- quired on the Days named, at the respective Stations appointed for the Muster, within their Jurisdiction.         COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Hobart Town. At the Schoolhouse, for the Districts of Argyle, Kingborough, Queenborough, and Glenarchy, extending from Sorell River to North-west Bay and Brune Island, on Mon- day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 13th, 14th,     and 15th October, all the Free Inhabitants in those Districts.—On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 16th, 17th, and 18th, all Pri- so...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 September 1823

SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1823. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THE Committee of Management beg to express their thanks for the following ad-! ditional Subscriptions ; and to request of those who have not paid, that they will do so without delay, to WALTER A. BETHUNE, Esq. Treasurer. DONATIONS Towards erecting a Place of Worship. Amount formerly advertised.£252 15 Capt. Dixon, ship Skelton, in Cedar 6 11 Mr. James Thomson - - . - 5 5 -Dickson - - - 5 5 James Woodhouse - - - 5 5 Thomas Scott - - - - 6 5 James Reid - - - - 5 5 Mrs. James Hume - - - - 4 0 Miss Thomson - - - - 3 3 Mr. William Thomson - - - 3 3 John Fawkner - - - - 3 3 Mrs. Thomas Scott- - - - 3 3 Mr. Andrew Bell - - - - 3 0 James Grove - - - - 3 0 David Whyte - - - - 3 0 Thomas Tait - - - - 3 0 James Robertson - - - 3 O Mrs. John Fawkner - - - 2 2 Thomson - - - - 2 2 Mr. James Davidson - - - 2 2 William M'Robie - - - 2 2 A. Lawrie - - - - 2 2 G.C.Clark - - * - 2 2 Thomas Anstey -. - - 2 2 D. Ski...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 September 1823

The following Case is submitted to the Inha- bitants of Van Diemen's Land.       MR. LEWIS VON BIBRA, a Lieutenant on Half-pay of His Majesty's Army, ar- rived with his Wife and Eight Children, to which one has been since added, to settle in Van Diemen's Land, by the ship Morley, in January last. Mr. Von Bibra had served the British Sovereign and Nation for many years, and he bore to the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR very   strong Recommendations & Testimonials from HER ROYAL HIGHNESS the DUCHESS of KENT, C. MELLISH, Esq., His Majesty's Consul Gene- ral at Hamburgh, and other respectable Per- sons, He received a liberal Grant of Land, upon which he lost no time in settling himself and family ; and, by the frankness of his character and manners, and his activity and exertions in establishing himself, had remarkably conciliat- ed the respectable Inhabitants to whom he be- came known, and bis own Neighbours. Under these circumstances, t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 September 1823

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MUSTER of the Colony will commence on the 13th October, under the Inspection of the Lieutenant Governor, the Commandant of Port Dalrymple, the Superintendants of Police, and the Magistrates of Districts, whose Presence is specially on the Days named, at the respective Stations appointed, for the Muster, within their Jurisdiction. COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Hobart Town             At the School House for the Districts of Argyle, Kingborough, Queenborough, and   Glenarchy, extending from Sorell River to North-west Bay and Brune Island, on Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday, 13th, 14th, and 15th October, all the Free inhabitants   in those districts. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 16th, 17th, and 18th, all Prisoners   of the Crown in those Districts; the Prisoners in Government Service on Friday, the Female Prisoners on Saturday.   Clarence...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 September 1823

\ SUPPLEMENT TO THE   HOBART TOWN GAZETTE.   SATURDAY SEPT. 27,1823. HkVf^TFree MAN and his WIFE, to take charge of an Establish- ment in the Country, with whom reference of character will be required.-Apply to the Printer WANTED, a Young WOMAN, who can have a good character, as servant in a respectable family in Hobart Town.-Ap- ply at the Gazette Office._ TO Landed Proprietors.-A Carpenter, and a Mason, of experience, who can pro- vide Assistants, are desirous to contract with any Gentleman in the country, who may wish Buildings erected, and are willing to take stock in payment for labour.-Letters addressed A.B. and left at the Gazette Office will be attended to, and satisfactory references of character and ability produced._ ALBION HOTEL AND COFFEE HOUSE, Wellington Bridge. THE delicate Health of my Wife ren- dering me anxious to reside in the Coun- try, I will LET the above-named extensive and well patronized ESTABLISHMENT, together with most of its Fur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 September 1823

; ÁSALES BY AUCTION. ¿EXTENSIVE CATTLE SALE. - ' 'T By Lewis # Collicott, At Ross Bridge, Macquarie River, on Monday next, the 29th Instant, without Reserve, A Large Herd of prime MILCH COWS, Heifers, arid Calves, of the most-im- proved breed in the Island.-These stock are particularly recommended to the attention or settlers desirous 'of establishingi a Dairy.-A credit of 3 months will be given to approved purchasers. --- By Mr. J. C. Underwood, On Monday next, the 29th Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, opposite Mr. Bostock's Store, AVery handsome LIGHT GIG, Deal built, pulls five oars, is about 26 feet in length, and much deserving the attention of any Gentleman delighting in aquatic excursions. By Mr. J. C. Underwood, On the Premises of Messrs. Read & Bethune, Macquarie-street, on Tuesday next, the 30th Inst., at 12 o'Clock, without Reserve, TWELVE well-bred COWS, with Calves.-The cattle are perfectly tame, have been accustomed to be milked, and well deserving the attention of ...

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