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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

3MLRKETS. HonART Tows.--There is no alteration in the merket 'ince our last Wheat is duil. Holders dreline to sell under 6s per hu?hel. i,,ucestos , January 21.-Prices this morn in exhibit a slight upward tendenec, and a sm:all advance on last quotations ma be ex pected. Ots are in great demand at from 5s 61 to Gs per busnhel.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

VARIETIES. Exnrrros? r 3lnlDLs.-The premiums awnrderd at the Great Indnstrial Exhibhition in Louidon are nll Bronze ?Medals, ofEadmirnie design and workmanship, caslulated to pepetulte the me mory of the Elihibitin .and the-merit of the suceessfulexhibitors thlrough aces. Theynre of two kinds - the Jury Medal, awarded hby the several juries to the nrticles of decided merit exihibited in their respective clases; arid. the Council Medals, awarded by the Council of Pre sidents of the several juriese, on the recommendal tion of those J?uries respectively-to their several eeetior.,hby them to the Council of Presidents, and there approved and ratified. It wasr intend ed that this Medal shouId be given only fur Ori ginal Inventions or Discoveries of deciled utility and merit; but the grounds on whichit is con ferred havre beel practically anl considerabl widened in the course of the investigations an;l awardsi. One hundrled and sitty-nine onli of these Conncil Medals have bees, awarded in ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

BANK NG. Tu: following, from a 'cmimninication addressed to the Argus, graphically illustrates the position which we assumed in ouryesterday's remarks upon the es tablishment of a new Bank:- Commeocing with the Abstract of the Union Bask. I first found some difficulty in ander standing the- retrn,r the Manager swearing that the assets and liabilities were those within the Co!ony of h'ew South Wales in one part, and in the other those within tl;e Colony of Victoria; As I have no doubt the latter Colony is intended, I commeneed an analysis of the figures, with the following results: The Colony takes their notes to.. the extent of .... .. '. £72,400 bills., 3 4o0: deposits with them withontr interest: . .. 422,300 (a~lthonogh the return showi, bUhesiriuw interest." No doubt unotlhfierror;) - : The creditsidle shfowed, " Gold and silver " £Ior10,300o Lended property , 13,200.-t. B;lis uodr disot., &e. 3?2,100. . 496,00 11,500 Thins showing pretty clearly that the Usion Bontu mnt...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

'AKIF E D. *,anr'rv 29.-Ga;"zl, schooner, 25 tons, C. aenner. nlmater, from 'iielb:urno. J.TnwUry 29.--Cld,. cihooner, 46 tons, W. RubLer:s. master, fro.n 3i!bourne. IPORTS. - Per G:1k ,ic.-- 0 tons flonr, 2 camks oatmeal, 11 bags ui~ar, I barrel, 20 bla ' > tons salt, 1G cases pickL.es, I lia epper, 9 bales paper, 3 casks titci. 6 do seda, 10 boxes pipes. 8 : ,ie n eIics, htolmes; 2 crates, 2 casks, 2 box.s, Mayvne, l'er C'v,.-3 bal),s, 33 Ak,, 23 csweq. 2 ham prs, *2 h2nlP., Ifi(6 parickae 1I ho.?hpad lead, 90 tins, 17 she'ts milled le.dl, 10 hirrels car ranto, 2 chosts liqiirive juice, 10 packages rMesn , 2 tire-rp tobalico 1 l alf-tiere do, Order; 39 hogshPil-s rm. 9 qnarter-c.sks brandl, DlA .ltr,. Gore, ani Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

uh J , ? ONDON.-Tlh A 1 shrip 05,fB.. 50 to a soIoo, Pro'rcix Bopo.' yrtll~n?,:IIT· ~ oip i x~!Sli! rorfootlo too. 0 O t0r0 t:-r0te o-portunity tO "oiprorf f rod r oh" a 11? ? mmda:to for pa?srOCfers or ?'dtIor J? L';It! at. l'errnn¢ ?hut to pro xte to l'rarc xivervatin ti ot eoi cer of ... O otmtxt?0e I.on th ol.coo of I:petr 'I- suren i Carried. For freight orpat' er. othe e- r t .,,c or to 51,RY Tnoxtrsoo , SI, mrTe o Wrol otatn en O theO ' ".'E' Oit not Ie Krcl'; awritten t uar0nt0 e til be giten to iiers to tis effict. Oi I-ONDON.-The Al1 ship SanenfgIILY," fDa0nt.t commander, hlSr , tl O for possone,'r0. For freight or passage ap s D DtCLE-Tf, GORE & Co. N n eomDo, direct. - The fine K' dbnnlc6~r.I~~D, ds~nlttoolnr't for Il~r 5Q0 tool boo lot. FI'ILIASB ObtlWOOD, p''l.his rsscI i a'jtlet qrrt tioke deoplob. trot crrd zrodion 1for cbi't passtnrets. Apply to ,c-a tretT. RosS : Co, Geelont and Melbourne. OlI ON) , to load at Point ctx Wtrayt t & Co., or ----nvrr e...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

BELFArST. S*:rTrE.--JIyrv 23. -Esingoa, brig, Sornm ?rvnev via Portland. F'IDAY MOXI?G, JANU?AY 30.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

MIEI,UOUR.SE. ARTVEIVP.. Jann .ry 2S. -Swift, schoJner, from Linnces 'tn:. Pase!n:ers-31r Tuckett and ladv, Messrs ST.wner. Lukin, Thompson, Purrigalli. Johnston, GI-nri~;rh, '3Glinn, Baylis, and forty-seven in V'ite steerage. . CLEARED OUT. SJanaur 28.-StatsLsir.n. ship, for Lnndon. Pa.sspenge-"Ir and Mrs Moor, Ur anti Mrs D. S. Campbell. Mrs. Martin, Mr Erskine, fonr lchil.ren and servant, Mr Blankenhagen and Sservnt, IIr De Mluron, Messrs G. and 1. Gold n: I ':nh, r l:nilton. Mr Gill, Mr, Mrs, and S'i IIeapa and servant, and eight in the steer - ! ?nua 29.-Eriz.-, schooner, for Iobart Town. Janua-r 29.-Cirecsnan, schooner, for 'obart .Town. 1assengers-W Morriss and two in the Ssteersge. - . BtAtLF. . Jannary 23.--Sea Belle, for Lunceston. Peri, for ditto. Suti la , forditto. S Statesman, for London. SItPET.L%. Pqr .wi.rt.-3 horses, 2 carts, Parrigali ; 2 . hores, 4 carts, Towner; 40 casks, bottled ale, 5 aksi Burton ale, 10 hotsheads ale, 14hogsheads ' q 11 quarter-cask; brandy, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

TrtE. NIlrW eDrr, 1T~ss~rOJ (,p Tr PE~CP. Ilnio'j, I~·ll P~or Jl~ e..d I', i.4C~lll, dtirt, bI'~lio arcerli. d;tto; Powlett FP'dr-c; Arenin nddl lit'o; Rns sell, Anrew, ditto; Snth. Jaieo, ditlU; S aut Evelyn Prll-id dShirlyi dito;Westby mnt, dtto .el mn itto; Were Jlonathan Binst dito: Wlnmt Wlliiam Byam, ditto. Tnov.' o oP.oewo. Add:s. Elnward Bratn, (lenlE.; Frans Fonter,'ditto; MeMlllan John Gordon. dittn; St'achan James Ford, litto; Taonte Charls tut al,. ditto; Thmmion Alexan 4er ditto; Timmns Wlliam, diio; ?'lliit, Edtardl, ditto. Th! folowing are Ihe namne of the SAddhs ileaul in.en, oentone; Aire Joohn trot-e. dinto Airey Beorete Sherbroke, Klingwornh ; Anderson Joe-eph, Meloame. - 5roadtibb, William Adamtn, llnamnny; Parker Edwardl, eihotlore; lIarter. John, ditto; DarkePr. William, ditto; Basnton ThotaS, Moert .1aetlon; BaileTahomans, Ilortha.m; Bacon Charles Btll, I.lelsle River; Bnarlnw Sorna'l. ltlbolure; Baker, Williamun furr., ear MIelhoure; IBeil Edard, Richmondl; I...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

STATafYu, JAN. 31. By J. i. Car, a: 11, o ks, Tolacco, i?, o ., .c. u. %1oaY. FEB. 2. -y J. G. Carr, at huburhan Lands. TuE?.DY, FEB. 3 8y Crrvr & Dalt..n, at 12, cargo of Re rion ruom Ahe'l- on EDMSA&Y. FEB. 4. -v J. i. '.arr. at 12, Furniture r • rr and D.iltun, at 12, Catgoof the Fiy'ig Ft h &c Tlaua-ny., FEB 5. By J. G. :arr, ar 1, Town Property. Fesatr, FEB. 6' By J. G Carr, at 1, iwo-story ['case at Ashby. TEURSnAY, FFB. 12. By J. G. Carr, at 1, House and Land at Belmont. STEAM TO AND FROM MEL BOURNE DAILY. Sri VESTA resumed her jI i regular trips on Thursday, t the 22nd instant, and will con tinue to leave Cole's Wharf, it 7 every morning (So days excepted), and Gee long at I the same day. In order to secure despatch, no goods wi I be taken in her unless passengers are withthem, t' whom otice is hereby given, that all freight is to be paid be fore lans:inu, and that no charge will be tak n of them further than landing them on the Wharf. G. W. Cora. Wha...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

AMERICA. BY the arrival of the 'Nightingale' we are in possession of files of Boston papers to tie 17th of October. We have been informed that iu seven days after the news of the discovery of our gold fields was received at Boston, this ship and cargo were ready to proceed to Sydney. The news is but of one day's later date than oar last advices via Cali fornia. A fearful gale off Prince Edward's Island haid causer: considerable destruc tion of both life and property. It com menced on the 3rd October, and con tinued for 43 hours. The most disas trous accounts continued to reach Boston. The numnber of vessels lying within Canso when the gale arose hald been as certained to be 107; of these only 26 had beenl reported safe. Reports as to the loss of others of the fleet, with the greater portion of their crews, were pouring in. The flags both of America and England were lihisted half-mast high at Boston, in consequence of this melancholy disaster. ' Never' says the Boston Courier, 'has s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

- NEW Y it rT LI.l T 11 L L T- , RYJIIE-ST",h'EET, DEEtLO ,G. "iREDERICK l. \U?'.R bhgs to inform the public of (-eelong and neigh lourhood, ai d the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ba- re ceivd the, first rprtion of his s:evrlies of GEr",L IRONMIONGERY, Iron. ..trTLS. PAINTS, &e., EX "CHPISTABEL," "WOOD STOCK," " CLAUD," "ZET LAND," "AL iERFOYLE," and having al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either WHIOLESA LE OR RETAIL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abr.ad, and having made arrangements which sill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Be.,t Er:lisls Manufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share of public patronaze. Having se!ectrd Geelong as his per manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous 'f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less ce...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

' rD D nuERitountT ?PE nV -pr"r , lior tr -- ounco tht hallr ni ICr ccupied by ir P comn. t can' . n tmr 3 oil tl e tation lep COSIrch ,y r ad n ,dow ohnanlto We ," Bo}"oa .s.? r ol P o ll r l anl o In th e tfrl s ?, - t r Tn e, t ldre .'s portraits. i n , o sles atJ. ooro of u stenoanco ' t e r l spplic-ion- floursof t JAf t ch i l-.. ect, next to Mr ToneI, -"=II0 - IIC C- IWORKIS, comn. CTnhY DyILE£" Trsýtmcnlt, Prayer SI'hs "r De : iO, Ml, ?oltS Moetto r's .} lit- hte rr, t ixc Dr n, r de n l0oe ty lo 5. - 5r0p i Ocoi jI Wec~ILLt,1.? Bookotller end ialotioer, -.i? ?- - A ND ALMA 1enno:.lnzc oot.d ' of the month, and t?v .t coR*tnr R- • i"reR . toorrtoo-istron. - T-ION l, WORKS, .,leh bore oc 50p*(J to lt E ?c c ',lc ? '? r to r tsrmis n tin of lthe opr(ert doonce on wol -'IVO FORTES TUNED.-J. l;oa "~e It oanre"t or Ioun't 'requirino theo r n h P ,I Scc . e & ndC : Ca i cO Oen . p0?, onrct torv oorlt me - Tol . ' 1 St otic lp lp Rebc ol THNE UMders taed witchll's Procm t' ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LAND SALE. GEELONG, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

LAD SALE. GErLOne, WEDsroDIT, FzBEn.Ltr II, 1852. Scnxans LA~e. 1. Grant, 2oo0, parih of loolan, portion It of block I; bonled on the northbv a road I chain wide, on the west hby a road I chin wide, on the sooth br a marsh, and on the east by portion 12. Uhpsetprice 11. per acre. 2 Grant, 247a, parish of Ioolap, portion 12 of block I; bounded on the north by a road I chain wide, on the west by portion I l,on the onoth by a marsh, and on the east by a road I chain wide. Upset price 1 per acre. 3. Grant, 340ta .r 16p, pariah of 3foohap, portion 13 of block L ; bounded on the north by a road I chain wide, on the west by a road chain wide, on the south-west by a marsh, on the south by part of portion 23, and on the cant by portion 14. UL'pst price I1. per acre. 4. r-anr, .?t1a 5r 10p, parish of 3foolap, portion 14 of block I; hondel on the north by a rtul I chain wide, on the west by portion 1, on the sooth by part of portion 23, and an the east by a road I chai wide. Upset price £1 per...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. LOWER TUBON. Lower Crossing Place, Jan. 4, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

SYDNEY. (From the Bathurst Free Press, Jan. 10.) Lower Crossing Pacte, Jan. 4, 852 Latterly there Las been li:t!e d,.ng ic oar neighbouri:ood, and L have not thlerf,-re ,,uech to cimmunieate, but as arrivals fro::a ,ti,,ey and other places are daily reachin.g na, 1 : shortly have so:mething to wei.e aLut. 'l h.e digging popiation are aduadlvy eslending down the river, Laving, Iam lu nformed learly reached the junction. A great Imunoa of the river hence to its embonehure is e,mlpetely inac cessible by the banks, is ftret, within a tmile of my own place, nething in the shap:e of m.am or beast aen traverse it. Owing to the superabun dance of water, none of the claims in our qu.u ter have been wu-ked, and as the banks uase been pretty productive, the diggers have mani tested less anxiety than they would otherwise have done. As a general rule, the earnings have been re munerative without being excessive, aithough there are a few cases In which individuals have done extremelvweIl. How lon...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

3IErUBOURE. GoLD Escoar.-At half past two r.N. yester da;, the E tort from Mount Alexznderarrived :t the Trosury, bringing sixteen thousand & sevent ounces of gld. The cause of its nn:t-arrival on the previous dtr mas the impossibility of travel linlg sunfcieietly quick with the heavy dray em ployed in the c.nvevance ofthe precious metal. [1. '3 IHerahld. Carxtsr. Sssro~r. -- The next Crim?inil Sittings to commenee on Tuesday week will be heavy. Much dilfirelty is anticipated in obtain ing the attendance of Sort:-eilght jerars it, an sequtenee of the attaaction(s of the "Di.,in,." Nearly four hundred sunmmonses have It en srved l for this purpose, but in scores of instances the parties required are not at home.- hlid.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, 30TH JANUARY, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. FaIDAr, 50~a Jau±ar, 1552 . Ths Worship the Mawor, Wim. Timms. E.q..J.P. and Caphun Frans. took their seats on the Bench, bit nothing worthy cfrecor, was brought before them.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

ADRLAIDE. Ta Adelaide Chroniele, from a daily paper, has been necesitatel frm the migratioa of workmen and the stagnation of bhuines in that city to limit its pu'dic.atio? to twice a week, MIoun .s and Frida.F. T51' iCuwsr ICATInO nITa Tot D GGrtG. It has le airrel to u i.tt tthe 't.'di"-ihm~ r ,! a skeAtiatr, .{int.i:ca _ trip Oa wak ctaon Melbt :.: i:ti E'.rt A:4d .e, sail 4- "t ils ;*rea..a; bEa it to this cte..ny. ,,r'e of nur rec,- r.r mrI .:r at thii :?,ll aiv-wlth.l: ! nonid yon girve reater fae.iiii s fir .ur ni;L trii' leavin 's? No, we answer, 'nee wii:, in taet, or in .pie of all we can i,:h bill we want to hritg iMellii, rne nearer Adelaide, and to ecta blusi s*ch s, een-lant cvnuaiiei'lltiin an will en able a. to prtici ,ate more fully is, the benefits of the Fald dio'neries. n inarrat'on we shall sappolie that the -rid was dl-cMertd in the Tatara counitry, north of the 3lnrra, or any o'her ditlut l?ieatlity within tho e ,lony. [i that ease plenty of gold dirner would g...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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BUILDING SOCIETIES. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

BU[LDING SOCIETIES. To tRe Editor of the eCdoNo Aderti:er. Smi,-In the Melbourne ' Args' of this dar Lobserve a lengthy letter from a non-borrowing shareholder, in wh:ch he states that withdrawing members from the Vietoria Society receive a bonas of I 1. per share upon IS. paid by monthly instalment., during three years, which for mean time, say one and a half years, is upwards- of 55t. o1s. for Ioo00 paid up, orjnst 37 per cent. per annumn. Being rather curious upon n?ch soliect,. I am desirons of knowing from what fouds the committee are enabled to be so liberal to withdrawing members, by giving such a large bons, as ll the society can receive from borrowing members, ever their monthly instalments, is 4s per share, or just svi percent. per annum, allowing the advances be only 401. upon each ihar. I am, Sir, Tonr obedient servant Ax Esumnun.

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. (From Yesterday's Argus.) THIED DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

GOVERN\IENT LLND SALE. (From Yesterdav's Args) Ton thirdnl~'s sle of Crown Tanis toot? place yesterday, ca the Rooms of Messrs Tennent and Cropper, the Gorernment Auctioneers. The sale was announced to commeneeateleveno'clock, but through some irregularity on the part of the of'icils it did not commence till haif-past, when the first twenty lots were pat up at all up set price of 30s, and there was not a bid for any of them. The upset price fur all the remaining lots was £1, and many of them soil at a very good advance. The proceeds of the r'ic's sale were large, 7mounting to £19,240, which may be aireonted for more by the extent than by the number of the lots soad, as many were with- I drawn, and many more not bid for. Constar LOTS. Parish Darraweit Guim, County Bourke. I21. 163a, 11per acre. IW.J.T.Clarke 122 153.4. Do do. 123. 5864. Do do. Parish Warrandyte, County Evelyn. 124. Withdrawn. 125. No offer. 126. Withdrawn. 127and 128. Nooffer. Parish of Tenng, County Evelyn. 129 to 1...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 January 1852

GI:,!.O~ G. January 30-Flvi , fh, h,' ne, ISn;nr 2 tens, Thomna (Oilvie, nmater, from Hobart Ton., with 34 passengers. Carr andt Dalton, agenets. - SA.tIl.D. January _$-A- erfycle, for London ia M~Il bourne. Per Flving Fih-2 Phalf-tierces tohloen, 3 c.haise carts. I tater cart, 4 drays, 7carts, 12 horses, 60 bogs dlonr. 20 paCkagn leather, 132 cases pickle. 10 hhdr oil, 0 eases jam. 4 Iles and 31 Islts canvas, 5 lJoze brooms, I ps' age bacon, I e?se 1 cask saddlerr, I b?le and t ese drni.!ets 1 ease traw hint, r2.ases orttrine 3 hundles bhlr.ken'. I piano, 4 cs·s bnots, 12 casks ale, S000 feetrimber, 69)1 riling. 2 eas?s ,liai apples, S ct bRtter, I package tilnware. I r.aS eaps and belt., I ditto sardines, 50 picks, 1 trunk clothing, I case saldlcrr, 3 barrels pork, Thomas Oglvie.L A large ship. supJsled to be., the Clifton, nachortel near Point tHenry, 1ast night, at eight oclock. but up to the hour of going to pree, there lhd been no communication with her.

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