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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

bt(ppbtlg ntteig~trnrr. ARRIIVALS. On Friday, from Greenock via Hobart Town, having left the former port the 14th June, and the latter the 11th instant, the barque Renown, 225 tons Captain Duncan Maclean, with rircehanldise. Pas. sengers-cabin-M r and Mrs D)avid Hill, Mr Wal ter Coats, Mr'L. M'Kinnon, Miss A. Simpson, Miss WV. Simpson, Miss Watt, and Dr Scouter. Gil christ an.l Ahlxander, agents. On Saturday, the brig Nerous. F. R. Lees. com mander, from South Australia, with a general cargo of merchandise. Messrs V. & E. Solomon, agents. Same day, the brig lee, G. M'Auseland, com mander, from HIobsrt Town, with merchandise, .Mr D. Egan agent The French Frigate Venus, from the port of B aest, France, mounting 58 guns, on a voyage of disco vtry, out two years; touched at the Bay of Islands. but heard nothing of the affair at Chatham Iland, M. Dupetlt Thoere, Commander. Left 2 Ameri can; 2 British, and I American whaler at Bay of Islands. The Venus is bound hence to Hobart Tow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

Advertisements sent to this Ofice, must specify on the face of them, the number of times they are to be advertised ; otherwise, they will be continued and charged.until countermin'ded~ * __I I II i- II. For Hobart Town, T? ? HE fine fast-sailing Brigan tI ine "ABERtCROMBIE," Francis Crew, Commander. burthen, 150 tons. The Cabin accommodations of this vessel. are now irranged to secure every comfort to passengers. Apply to MONTEFIORES BREILLAT1 & Co. O'Connell-street. For Port, Phillip. I"I HE ?sHO ONER a. BESSY.". George Watson, Commander, till be dispatched in a few days. For Freight or passage, apply at the Patent Slip Wharf. N.B.-This vessel, in consequence of her light 7 draueht of water, takes the whole of her cargo up to Melbourne. For South Australia and Port Phillip" IHE finp fast.sailing brig _ " ADELAIDF," 258 Tons Register, A. Devlin, Commander, will be ready to take in Cargo nn-"onday 26th, and positiiely sail on 2nd December. For Freight or Passage, hav. ing spl...

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FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

FLOUR AT THE AtMLIS. Dodd., B'ackett, and Alrd .... 23s .. 21s .. 198 Hllitigihead .... .......d.... 21 i d.. G d .2 .17 Girard.............; ... 23. .. 20s .. 18si Hugtlhes and Hos~kin.......... 23s .. 2"#.. 18_ W VHEAT. AT 'AL?;TII' MILIS.." Colonial . .'.. ....... .'.. 0 7 to- 0 -8 1 0 V.m Dirncn'i.?Land 0n......'. •' -.'" .0 0 9 6' BISCUIT. No. I .'per cp1................. l 10 0 No? . per dito.., ..' . .. . :'..0... ` . b 0 IrAu?,. yr l2 It, latI' 4fdd wi d. Bran, p?rlsbbl LIu?l'2Ot..... ..... ..... 2 0 MAIZE.. PRICaI OIYENTO THlE O?OWE?. Best qualitv, per bushel .................. O 3 9 Inferiur ditto, per ditto................. 0 3. 6 SKETAIL PRICas. Best qnality, per bhsbel .................. 0 ,4 0 Second ditto, per ditto.... ......... ..... O 3 10 COLONIAL TOBACCO. PnsRICR TO SETTLERS IN tRAF. First qtallty, per lb..:................ 0 0-.9 Second ditto, per ditto.;................. 0 0 7 PRICE of MANUPACTURID LRAF, TO TOWNSPrO PLE, BY T1HE REO. Firmtqnalliy, per lb..... ....

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sydney, 19th Nov, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

Original Correspondence. TO THa eDITOR Or THU Sjydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sydney, 19th Nov., 1838. Sin -1. cannot help expressing to you the great s:atisfaction afforded me, by the perusal of your comments on the trial of the eleven men for the slaughter of a company of aborigines, at the Big River, in June last. T,, say that I read the report of the trial with a feeling of horror, would be merely asserting my claim to member ship with the human family ; for I presume the being that can r. ad this shocking de tail, without experiencing this feeling in an exquisite degree, is rather a monster than a man -kindred rather to such villanous abortions as the murderers themselves, than to the human family. Your remarks, expressing as they did, many- of the thoughts arising in my own mind from a perusal of the trial, afforded,.titihat respect, a sort of relief, as a vent to my own feel ings; independently on the.gratification in duced by the fact, that, whilst others, trim. m...

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BURIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

BURIALS. November 18-Sophia Jane Phillips, aged 3 months, daughter of Mr. John Phillips, Fort-street. 18-George Hayes, aged 2 years and 6 months, son of Mr. Hayes, Phillip-street. 18-Mrs. Maria Bradley, aged 37 years, Phillip-street. 18-Thomas Carr, aged 37 years, watchman at Dawes' Battery. 19-Joseph Badkin, aged 6 weeks, son of Mr. Joseph Badkin, Castlereagh-street. 19-Alfred Windle, aged 9 days, son of Mr. Alfred Windle,   Goulburn-street. 19-Henry Newman, aged 7 months, buried from the Gaol. 19-Harriet Allingham, aged 1 year and 9 months, daughter of Mr. John Allinghm, Clyde-street. 19-James M'Farlane, aged 37 years, from Benevolent Asylum. 19-Caroline Clough, aged 9 weeks, daughter of Mr. William Clough, Cumberland-street. 2o-Matthew Kippax, aged 18 months, son of Mr. Kip- pax, wheelwright, Parramatta Road 20-Mrs. Frances Hensley, aged 53 years, wife of Mr. Charles Hensley, York-street. 20-Sarah Elizabeth Tree, aged 2 years and 3 months, Windmill-street. 2o--Mrs. E...

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FOR SIR GEORGE GIPPS. Convict Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

0OR SIR GEORGE GIPPS. Convictt Discipline. The following case was heard at the Police Office on Friday the 9th inst: George Morris a prisoner for fourteen -year, assigned to Mr. George Whitfield, of-King-street, gunmaker, was placed at the bar of the ; risoners' Court. charged with sedlciong from the service of Mr. Brennand, the stationer, his assigned female servant, and assaulting a constable .in the e-xecition of his duty. John Neil, naconstahle in the Ptolice, stated, that he went to the -house of a 'Mrs ai'Grath, in geutn-street, where he foundpr~tioner and nMr. Brennan's servant, lIe secured the woman but the man escaptd. Hle went -to Whitfield's, and in attempting to take ,lrisvaner into custody. Whitfield gave. wit -ness a" leg," and trij'ped him up.. Prisoner attempted to escape, but was secured. '-Constable Maloy deposed, that he was !-n-King-street about i.1 o'clock on Mon 'iday :night, when 'Mrs Mary Ann Perry who lives with WVhitfield, -ctne across the s'reet to him, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION phich oill be held between this and our nect number, THIS DAY. POLACK, A. at Bazaar, at Twelve o'Clock. Al lotments at West Maitland. HEBBLEWHITE, W. at Rooms. at Eleven o'Clock, Haberdashery, Drapery, and a variety of Merchandise. TO-MORROW. WILSON, J. T:. at Rooms, at Twelve o'Clock, Allotments on Liverpool Road and at Burwood Farm on Nepean River. SHEEP FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ABOUT 8,000 SHEEP at present depasturing on an excellent Run on the Collatem Creek, near Mount Alexander, within seventy miles of Port Phillip. The Farming Implements, Drays, &e. will also be Sold at a fair valuation. For fur ther particulars. apply to Wm. Hutchinson, Esq. Pitt.-treet, south ; or, VWm. Bowman, Esq., at the Station. Terms--Very liberal. WOOL. THE Undersigned begs to announce to GROWERS OF WOOL, generally, that be has received Instructions to Purchase a limited quantity of Australian Wool, and being desirous to conclude the Shipment with as littl...

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English Markets. PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

English MWarkets.?.'? -. PRICE CURRENT OF'COLONIAL WOOL. The public sales of Colonial Wool have opened this season -as follows:- 1838-July 2-T. Southey and Son, 928 bales Australian, 361 Tasnzna nian,................ .... .... 12S9 July 3-T. Southey & Son,......... 452 4-J T. Simes and Co. 298 bales Aus- - tralirn, 368 Tasmanian, 210 Cape. .876 5-Marsh and Edenborough,- 642, . , 79 Cape........... .......... 729 6-J. T. Simes and Co, 533 bales Aus tral'an, 482 Tasmanian, 50 Cape.. 1062 6-Ebsworih, Brothers, 6 bales Aus. tralian, 105 Tasmanian........ ... 111 7-Loughnan & Co. 636 bales Au'stra lian, 100 bales Tasman*:an.... .. 736 9--Loughnan & Co, 480 Australian;. 480 10- J. T. Simes & Co. 904 Aust:rul an 904 11-J. . Simas & Co, 587 bales Aus tralian, 43 Cape ............. 630 11--lazirtrd & Ferry,. 93 bales Cape.... 93 3-Hazard & Ferry, 440 bales Cape.. 440 Bales 7702 The prices have.been as follows: For Australian Flocks Ist ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY.. The vessels sold by Mr. Polack, on Sa tirday, at public auctiob,' after a spirited comptition, were knocked down to .the following gentlemen. fhe Guide, to T. Street, Esq.. .1ioD5 The Siren, to D. Egan, Esq...: -1360 CAPTAIN COLLINS' MiLLS, ILT.L-WARRA. -The first .consignment of. sawn tiimber, from the Woodstock mills at Illawarrn, lately erected; at great expense, by Captain Collins of Petersham, arrived in Sydney last week by the schooner . . When this schooner left, the mills-were in full play. MfLITARY SURVEILLANCE.-One'of the men belonging to the ironed gang, :em ployed about the new gaol, who had eluded the .vigilance of his military guards no less than four times, for which feats he. had been rewarded with a pair of irons of the weight of sixteen pounds, anti respecting whom. particular instructions had been given to the serjennt of.the guard, gave him the slip, and:hbas not since been heard of. Some of the faculty, it is said, attribute the Influenza to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

SA.IES BY AUCTION. MORE BURWOOD. J. ! WILSONII SAnnounces to the Capitalists of Australia, that in consequence of TIIE HIGH PRICES 'he obtained for this Property at his last Sale, he 'has been honored with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, TO-MORROW, Toes -day. 27th of November, at half-past eleven for twelve o'clock, at his Rooms, 74, George-street, IFTY-SIX SPLENDID ALLOTMENTS of former Edles, measuring, in all, thirty-seven SAcres, or thereabouts. MLOT 1-Will contain upwards of two acres -of rich Brush Land 2-Ditto upwards of two ditto" "3-Ditto four ditto 4-Ditto two ditto 5--Ditto two ditto i--Ditto two ditto 7-Ditto three ditto :8--Ditto three ditto 9--Ditto three, ditto 10-'Ditto five ditto '1 --Ditto four ditto 12-Ditto five ditto. The whole of this Property-has a right to ingress and egress from the Pairamatta and Liverpool Roads-by private reserved roads connecting these ,two great thoroughfares. In noticing, on a former occasion, this property, - ; T. W. made a futi...

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HARDY'S LONDON SHIPPING LIST. VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

HARDY'S'LONDJN SHIPPING LIST. VV.5SELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. May 26-Aledusa, (convicts,) 453 tons, J Pardir, mster. M.,y 20-City of Edinburgh, 400, T Thompson, master. June IO-Francis Spaightc 400,Sayers, master, 1o-Per/evt, 055, Williamn well, master. 10-Earl Durhans,400 J Cabell, master. 10-Mlinerva, (convicts;) 327 tons, George Brown, master. 10-Asia. 636, J T Stead, master. July 23-Portsea -450, Lowe, master. 25-,4upesta Casar. 500, Win Lacey, master. 28-rherles Kerr, 463. Harford Arnold, Aug. Ist-flayne, 19 Richardson, -master. 1st--Agieatic,350, Menlin, inaster. 3-Afargeret, :64. Thomas Canner, master 5-Elphnastone, 425, Thos Framlin, master. I0-Was. IFIse, 245, Elli , master. 15-EwerettV, 500, Gilmose. master.. 10-Glenbervie. 388, Kinr, master. 20-Lord Wiliiarn Jieblinch, 444, William Doutty, master. 20-ltruoi George, 466, George Ilichards, master. 27-James Pattison, 513, James Cromarty, mnester. 31-Jtarduater, 500 John Virtue, master. Sept 17-Aifred. 716, .t T E Flin', ntnster...

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ADELAIDE PRICE-CURRENT, NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE-CURRIENT, NOVEMBER 9. £ a. d. £ s. d. Flour, V. D. Land, .ton .. v8 0 0 to 30 0 0 Hains, Yorkshire, '. lb .... 0 1 3 to 0 I 6 Pork,'. barrel ............ 5 15 0 to 6 10 0 Ditto, ' tierce ............ 8 10 0 to 9 0 0 Beet, yp tiercee...... ......7 10 0 Bef alt, 'V* toil.........15 10 0 Brazil Tobacco........... 0 0 9 to 0- 1 2 Negrobead ditto.......... 0 1 9 to 0 2 6 Fresh Ileefand Mutton, lb 0 1 0 Fresh Butter, V tl ........ 0 4 0 Salt ditto ................ 0 2 3 to 0 2 9 (The South Australian Colonists do not, as we. do in New South WVales, tie the tatives together, lead them to a selected spot, and there butcher them with swords. men, women, and children, some two dozen at a time; the following is the *ay they are treated at Adelaide :-)

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

THE NATIVES. A scene, which we venture to assert has not yet"jhad its parallel on this continent, was witnessed by the assembled inhabitants of Adelaide on Thursday last. In conse quence of a desire expressed by His Excel lency, Colonel Gavler. the whole natives of the district of Adelaide were assembled; and public intimation of the Governor's intention to meet and entertain them hav ing been given, almost the entire popula tion of Adelaide congregated to witness the proceedings of the dory, and join in the restive happiness of their dark com plexioned brethren. About one o'clock His Excellency. ac companied by Mrs Gawler, the members of his family, and a numerous assembly of ladies and gentlemen, proceeded to the ground appointed for the meeting-a shel tered and picturesque spot in the t.ark eastward of Government house. - Here a plenteous supply of roast beef, ten, sugar, rice, and biscuit, was provided. In a short time, a band of about ý?0O of our friendly natives were seen appr...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. John AM'Lellan. for Java, this day. Linstny, far Twofold Hay, this day. Elizeizth for New Zealand, this day. IHannadh, for New Zealand, this day. Emema, to the eestward, to annorow. bryade,-for London, to-morrow Pairiand, for oInah Australia, 3d Dee, .Sucmea, lor Port Phillip, 3d Dec. Spin. for Hobart Town, Ind Doe. Pockliugton, for the Fishery, 3rd Dec. Merlin, for 3a tavia, 3rd Dec. Adelide, for South Australia,.3rd Dec. Iutnesha, for New Zealand, 4ih Dec. Nereus, for South Australia, 7th Dec. Abercrombie, for Hobart Town, the 7th Dec.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 15.) Colonial Secretary's Office, November 3, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 15.) Colonial Secretary's. Cmice, November 3, 1838. His Excellency the Governor having re: ceived a petition from a considerable num ber of persons at present occupying the Park Land, praying to be allowed a further term of occupation thereon, directs the publication of the following reply, `which his Excellency delivered yesterday to the Deputation preseriting the petition. By His Excellency's Command, GEO. M. STEPH EN, Colonial Secretary. To the Petitioners on the subject of an ex tension of the period of location on the Park lands.- - The occupation of the park lands -by pri: vate individuals is, at the same.time, the occasion of serious injury to those .lainds and to the timber upon them, and an injus tee to the proprietors of town lots and country sections in the neighbourhood of the town. . I am most desirous to consider the ne, cessities of persons in straitened -circum stance', bat I must not sacrifice public duty to the convenience of individuals poss...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

ýjippintg In<telligattre. AlRRIVALS. On Saturday, the brie Nereus, Lee. master, from Port Adelair. In hallaut, lrift the 8ih of Nmvem her. P'sengers-M r. Hutchinson, i1r. M'Clqnd, Aflr. M'Pherson, Thomnas Lawton. George Mason, Williamn Wood, John Smith, James -Douglas, Frrd. M'Kenzie. Ewen M'Donilrt, Alfred anrlJohn Clarke, Jame; Rnli on, William Dicken*, Airs. 'Rainhamt and child, Airs. WSon,, and Mrs Ma-on. Same day. the brig /lee, M'Ar.Iand, ma'tcr, from Hohbrt Town on the 16th of Norv'emter, with iun drije. Passeneers-Mesrs. Vicor and Thomson. Yesterday, from London, having sailed the 25th Jnly. the ship Ladty Nugeae, Captain Hilteo, with 238 Government Emigrants, Doctor Roberts, R. N. Superintendent,

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Illawarra. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

I11 awarra. TO TH1 EDITOR OF T1I1 Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIR,-Conceiving that the contents of the following lines will be interesting to yourself, the public advocate of order-and religion, as well as to a very large propor tion of your readers,I beg le 've to transmit them for insertion in your next Monitor, The Right Rev. Dr. Potding'has been making his Episcopal visitation of the dis trict of Illawarra, during the last fortnight. The numbers inwhich the people. through out. the district, assembled to meet their Bishop at the different places previously appointed, is the best pro-f of the interest they take in the religion of their fathers. On Sunday; the 11th, his Lordship ad ministered confiri,,ation to hb utfifty' -per. sons in the Catholic Chapel of \l'ollongong. 'I-he people to the nttut ber of 200 and up wards, manifesting.: by their demeanour. unfeigned. pleasure attitte position religion now hold3 in a district, hithtrri as almost total stranger to its p...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have. received, the Newspapers of the interesting colony of South Australia to the 5th November inclusive. The fol lowing are imp.>rtunt.articlesof news,. as developing the resourccs and progress of the Settlement : SHIPPING INTELLWGENCE. ARRIVALS September 30.- 1 be Africaine, M Tag gart, master, from London and Kangaruo Islnnd, with a general cargo. September 30.--rhe schooner Industry Morgan, masae, fromim Port Poilip, with sheep. October 11.-Thebtrig' Nereus, F. R. Lees, master, from Sydney, with general cargo. October 11 -The ship Surry. G. Sin clair, master, from London, with emigrante. October 15.-The ship P'estonjee Boman jee, J. K. Hill, master, from London. Passengers, His Excellency Governnr Gawler, Mrs. Gawler, family and suite. October 12.-The barque Lady Emma, Price. master, from Launceston, with general cargo. October 12 -The barque Elizabeth, Styles, master, from Launceston, with a general cargo, October 17.-The schooner 7' uelove. Colton, mast...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Before Mr. Justice Burton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

a Law Intelligence. SUPRFME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. IMODAY, NOVEMBER 26. Before Mr. Justice Burton. Charles Kilmnaister,James Oats, Edward s Foley, James Parry, John Russell, .Villiam r Hawkins, and John Johnson, seven of tfh e men lately tried for, and acquitted of the 11 murder of one of eight and twenty abori e gines at Liverpool Plains, were arraigned e on a similar charge for the murder of e another black named Charley, and three I- children of the same tribe or company. o rhe indictment contained twenty counts, e and occupied upwards of an hour and a r half in reading. dV When the Clerk of arraigns had finished r reading the indictment, Mr A'Beckett, on behalf of the prisoners, applied for the postponement of the trial until the follow. ing day, as the indictment contained an 1" unusual number of counts, and having had s no copy, and hearing them then for the first time, he bad not sufficient time to 1 consider of his plea. rThe Attorney General said that of course I his Honor wa...

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Abstract of July Wool Sales. London, July 14, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

Abstract of Jelly Wool Sales. London, July 14, 1888. Sir,-We beg leave to inform you that the Public Sales of Wool, which conmnuenced on the 2nd instant, and terminated on Wednesday the I tth. "We have much pleasure in stating that the de mand wasshrisk, and generally the prices of Janu ary last were realized. Lambs Voyl -was particu Int ly in request, and an advance of 2d per lb was given. T'he fmier -qualities of clothing did not fetch so much in proportion, as the coarse snd combing borts, s ty 2d per lb. We must repeat our advice as to the necessity of the growers, paying every attentiori to the condi tion of their Wools, The following are our present quotations. N. S. Wales, i.t quality, choice flucks 2' 3d to 2s 81'. Ditto, ,2nd ditto, ditto - Is 9d to 2, Rd. Ditto, 3rd ditto, ditto Is Gd to Is 9d. Ditto, it Lamnbbale realized 2s lid, is 10d to Abunt. 7,500 hales from thre Colonies, and .2000 Foreign were brought forward. ,Annexed is our u>imal extract, of the different mar...

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