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THE-SPORTS OF THE TURF IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE-SPORTS OP THE TURF IN ENGLAND, ; PRANCE, AND AMERICA. .Th another column will bo found a letter from' a New Torie sporting journal, in which a suggestion is made for tho establishment of un international prizo-Bomothirrg similar in character to our Derby. It is rather remarkable that, although our friends on tho other sido of tho Atlan Ho aro of tho Anglo-Saxon race, they lmvo never yet entered upon tho sports of tho turf with that esprit which characterises thc people of this country. Wo uttributo tliis, anomalous nfl it may at first si'j»lit appear, to tho' fast modo of proceeding which tho citizens of the United States pride themselves upon ndopting in everything. Tiley havo hitherto been too fast to understand tho spirit and tho philosophy of n> debt of honour, nnd without that spirit tho turf ns an institution, could nover flourish ns it docs'in England. It is t his essential which tho Americans havo to learn and to support. Theso remarks may in «orno degree ripply to ou...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE.-ooRACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

S. PO RTING CHRONICLF. . ?-oo-? RACES TO COKE. , Bathitrft .;.Feb etti. 8th, and 7th, Albury.Tab. 12th. I3th.nnd 14tb. Camden .".....March otb,Gin, and 7th. Picton........."...Much 12, IS, ana 14. Tarriaro.; .March 18th, ' Cooma .".;.March 13th,14ih, and loth DUDDO.April 8th, 9th and 10th. , Randwick, Autumn.Aurl],IStli, 19th and 20th, ii . . .VICTOBIt, ? . Portland.Feb, 12.13,1». Victoria Jocko; Club.Fob. 21,22,23. Carterton ..........."...Feb. 20.27. .1 Beechworth ....".Feb. 27,28, and: Warob 1. Benalla.....Feb,28,mid'Mardi 1. Oreen Wattle. .,.March 0.7.8, 8. Victoria Turf Club........Marah 21,-22. Sa. : ~ _ QUEENSLAND. ? " : Qaooailaoi Champion Swcep'tnaes .May 29th. TASMANIA.. Third 'Anilrallau Champion Stakes .........December 3rd. ' - .*

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

POLIO E. . ? A Kowi.EX-Powi.Ey Row.-A pleasing sensation was .produced in tho Polico Court'o'u'.Tuesday,; when Miss Elizabeth í Bowley, aiyoung lady -nearly, related on thc paternal side to the ¡anoient famUv of,;Powloy,v was for- mally introduced- to ; Messrs.-Ashor ¿nd Shoobort, and warranted ns boing a-flrst-olass .sample'i.of, feminine beauty and gentleness, r Tho cause of Miss Rowley's .appearance aroso out of a difficulty she hod tho .previous doy in Pitt-stroot with ono of Hibernia's lovely daugh- ters, bearing tho poetical namo of.-PollyjM^Niuty. Miss Mao having been duly installed-in the box'of evidenco,. amid tho sobs and tears of »tho bench,bar, and audience, dotailod the following' heartrending narrative of tho aw- ful sufferings slio luid endured at tho hands < of tho inex- orable Elizabeth. * As well as wo could gather from tho tromuloiiB tones in whioh her statomont .was given, wo understood that botwoon ono and two p.m. on Monday, Mary was promenading in '...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

AGENTS FOX. TJirS JOURNAL. I I BULL'S LIFE IN SVDNKT may bo obtained every Saturday at Mr I Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's,' Soutli Head Road i - Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; Mr Shaw's, Poiramstts Roads Mr Twynonf-at the IUlhvay Station ; Mr Leslie, Parrs, mnttn-street; Mr Mottos, Brickfield 21111 ; Mr Bancroft, Park streets Mr Fainer, George-street South ; Mr Jackson, George street.South; Mr Luccrdn, P.irnunatta-stroet : Mr Uartleit, George-street; Mr Santos, Ersklne-strect; Mr Lnrter, Soma I Head Road; Mr Frank, Market-street "West; Mr Isaac BayU, Tîîbacconlst, Gebrge-street, near Market-street ; Mr F. M. Moore, Castlereagh-slrcct ; Mr Ford, George-street North ; mid Mr Ocorjs Allen, Botany Hoad, Redfern. Agencies are required fur oti« portions of thc city and suburbs. ' - > :, Adelaide..R. B. Colley -. i Adeldng Quarts Heer.W. II. Kent Albury.;............Messrs Middleton and Co. Appin..-..C. Morris, Junior Armidale, Now England....;....John Mooro . .. Bnlnml...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE TUR Fi IN accordance with our announcements, the races ' at Cabramatta and Parramatta have been brought off since, our last, in a manner which reflected all sorts of credit upon everybody who had anything to do with the arrangements-; and an account of. the running will be found-below. In noticing' these little meetings, we cannot help remarking that, , of late, such reunions have experienced so. many difficulties in struggling into existence ; that, although the amount of excitement' and in- terest may not be very great, those gentlemen who take the trouble to get up á day's sport,, certainly do deserve the thanks of all -lovers of racing see- ing that-good must, in the long run, come of their efforts. ! .. Thé great event of fhe week has been the sale pf-: fi ve ¡t.yo-year-ólds from the Mount Druitt .Stud'rand the'breeding no less than-the appear- ance of -the youngsters, which had been on view for-some days, brought a good muster of sports- men at - Mr Burt's invitation on We...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PAREAMATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

. PAREAMATTA -RACES. To thoso' who in years gone by woro accustomed to mix in'tho foativities of Sydney and the surrounding dis -tricts, n visit to Parramatta, under any circumstances, in those very diíTcront timos cannot fail to bo productive both of a considerable amount of sorrow over tho past, and not a fowmisgivings as to tho futuro; but, when that visit ia made for tho purposo of being present at any of those gather- ings which wero wont to collect together tho elite of our community, regrets and fears nra heightened by tho al- tered aspect of affairs. In tho old days wo speak of, the days when "tho Georges" and "tho Charleses" right royally dispensod tho vico-regal hospitality within'tho beautiful domain, and when, in her equally useful sphoro, Mrs. Walker presided over tho well appreciated comforts of tho "Bed Cow," Parramatta, with its pleasant coun- try appearance," its beautiful Oaks, and its rcgimontal gaiety wns -indeed an oasis in tho thon wilds of Now South Walos ; an...

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THE CHAMPION YACHT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

/JTHE^flAMMON? YACHT BACK. ' Bold Paddy Jrom Cork, in his own frisky woy, To sweet ¿tnnie Ogle, BO fair .and so gay» Said-"Ooh, by the powers, but h's Champion I'll be, Bór this day in ihy lifetime an Era shall be, Or J/itcAie^is in it-forsure as cent floats, ? 'Tis myaelf will sail ott'with the three hundred notes ! "-J This, no doubt, tu many will causo much Surprise; . And' Ida, the jowel.'.with' tears in her /ryes, Will ask tho Australian, so bold and So free, If ho cannot unraveltho groat Mystery" " Ah, ah," cried Miss Annio, " that's all Tery Ano, - But I havo a notion tho prize will bo mine ; And you; as a gentleman, sure willjgivo place To a lady like mo,! of aueh boauty ¿nd grace !" Away they all started, and sure as tho day, ? Did Paddy; politely, at first show the way ; But Crinia soon passed with a smile on her jib, And whispered to Paddy, in accents so glib " Adieu, my dear friend, I have business on hand, And when I return, lots of whiskey I'll stand !" ? Tho prize abo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

CABRAMATTA, BACES.-This littlo meeting came olF on tho--Anniversary, Day ; and, when ^ we say tliat it was under tlio immodiato control .of. that good sportsman, .David Doll, EHq., wo itoed:go no further, to. provo that tho arrangements wero made with "ovory regard lo sport and fair ploy, l'horo were three events on tho card, tho flrst of which, the Maiden Plate was credited to Mr. Croft, through tho instrumentality of his bay maro, beat- ing a black mare belonging to Mr. Korrigan, and ft bay maro of Mr. Whito's. Tho AU-nged Stakov and tho Han- dicap wore pulled off by Mr. M'DcraiottV chestnut maro Irish Kato; and'thus ;onded a very" satisfactory day's sport, from which ovory ono wont homo highly pleasod with their enjoyment of tho Annivorjavy. llATncnsr RACES, 1861:-We understand tlmt tho most sanguino anticipations have boon formod, bycoinpo tent judges, of the success of our approaoliing Moot, and tho following horses have boen mentioned ns " sure to start" :-The Hohnes, Poter Po...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

LOCAL IH?^>I9JNCE. Tun " WiHÍBAfe'í.\-P.tóoiHB\~Th0] agunta ft-om i "lace continues lileo tho. Statu'. of, tlib country," . ;hig1 iariifiictor.v." The following extract of a lotter writl br a lucky digger at the Windbag to a former mato ítoney Crook, will ho road with interest. " ïÇhéso d «¡agí «re turning out first-rate and aeverdl'of, £¡ts ex] neuced minera doing , a first-rate si roko. Asl you i swore when I first carno on this field last season, I i> prospecting diligently, but was unable to . find tho pi eious metal. Thia season ho wovor tho " fickle jado" h ,milod upon mo. An acquaintance of mino, Charl P_, au old digger nt tho Windbag, advised mo to I 0v luck at Chairman's Plat, I did so, and through 1 influence I'have got a first-rate claim turning out on sverngo three ounces a week. The gold is of very fl quality, and, what is bost of all, is very easily obtaim io that I havo no reason to regret loaving Stonoy Oro« jl» I mentioned, several parties hero aro doing the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of £500, with a sweep of £100 each added, half forfeit ! open to dil tho Australian Colonies. Provided three or moro horios start, tho second horso to receive £200, Mid tho third horaO £100 out of tho SUTa he run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY; tho 3rd dav of December, :1861. ..... . Distance, throe milos. ?. ; . . ;. . Entries to be äddrossod und forwarded to tho Socro tarr. Derwent Hotel, Hobart Towri, ort pr before tho Ut of September, 1801. Forfeits to bo.declared ono month beforo tho day of the race. . Stone. lbs. . ' Weights... 3 yrs. old ... 7 0 4 "- " i . ... 8. ... fl ß " » ... 0 0 6 " 1 i, & aged..; .'0 6 STEWARDS. J. Ti. B. Tabart, Esq. John Lord, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq W. Doddery, Esq. Thomas ííield, Esq. John Fiold, Esq. . Jos. Xord, Esq. ... G. A. Kemp, Ejq. S. Blackwell, Esq........ . , ..... ., To'iofc with Stewards, to bo appointed by. each pf the Colonies. ? ? - " *; - - .- .. ; J.W. GRAVES, 1015. ? ?...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

BELL'S UFE IN SYDNEY. _t;SYpírj¿T, FEBMUÄJB.IST 2, 1861. NOT WITH STA ND t Ño the pleasing anticipations tha were indulged ïn and the bright hopes of speed' legislation tlm't were cherished at the opening.o' "~thé sessiön^ it is nbiv quito certain that the"busi ne33 , of parliament, is not likely to proceei with^ that 'creamy smoothness, and. unruftlei unaijirnity, so,confidently.expected; by ministers A ;sphit of restiveness, and an impatience of con- trol have heën manifested by honorable ' menoberi who appear Btrongly inclined to dispute the pro 'priety of placing " entire confidence" in the rnlinj "powers, or of foregoing their natural right to per .feet freedom ¡of thought and speech. This un .looked for developement of independence is o: ' course 'denounced as «' obstruction ;" and honorable gentlemen are gently reminded that "if it we» t'Uf that any body bf'legislators had made ur / tlreir minds not' to"pass any measuresngrced to bj ' tlie-Horuse,'THs 'SOÖKBB IT WAS DOVE' AWA...

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REJECTED ADDRESSES. No. V. THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

REJECTED' ADDRESSES. . lío.- V. THE MU KB AT. And" did lire not hear, of a jolly old grave-digger; Down oh tho Edward ho's digging away ¡ Tho Murray electors, by woy of amusement; ' ; - Just kidded him out aa opponent of HAT; ";,''* And would this grave sexton but lend them his nome' thori'i ' . .' . " '??'.' They'd hand to posterity WlMOüonBv's fame, thoa. His " phiz" on tho hustings mado' most people store, - And ho scored by tho ballot " his-nob and a pair.". And only to BOO nt that great nomination- ':".' Of hands n'ot tho clcanosS they said he'd the show Ho bow'd'and ho smil'd liko acovo of liigh'station-j '. His spirits wero high, though his.voico it was low.' And anxious was ho to explain froo selection, By which ho expected to gnin his election ; His eflbrta nt.spouting noon made him quite lloara»,. And something Uko this was his maiden discourse. " I've como beforo you, mates 1 to-day, To toll you what I've got to say . About this glorious f'clouse thirteen ;" That's going ...

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THE BEEFEATERS OF CHELSEA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE BEEFEATERS OF CHELSEA HOSPITAL. Nobody" ¡a responsible for tho rules which proscribe tho dietary arrangements of Chelsey Hospital. Thero it no Governor, nor any Board of Management, capable of al- tering or rescinding them. Those regulations cnn only bo changed or abrogated by Act of Parliament, If they coidd, if 'any gentleman or number of gcntlemon, especially if nny person or persons uniting tho characters of oiHcor and gontlomoii) had any power over them, the publie would never huvo boon disgusted with tho dis- graceful fact which transpired on Monday last on a trial nt tho Middlesex Sessions. Jano Byan, a girl of 1G, was indicted fur robbing an old Chelsea ponsioncr of Iiis din- ner, consisting of beef and potntoos. Tho report of the coso says that" tho prosecutor was 85 year3 of age, ex- ceedingly deaf, partly blind, and was stated by anothor Chelsea veteran, named Bobort Neal, to hovo. been at tho storming of Seringapatam, and to havo been 'in' nt Tippoo." Ho had been rob...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

DIVORCE AND ITS ARREARS.-Au cxporiniont is about to bo tried iii tho Divorco Court with tho viow. bf facili- tating tho hearing of casos by that tribunal. Tho.' power to dissolve tho murringo tie, which ia by many con- sidered a sacred engagement, and justly so,; was vested in three judges, but it appears that tho business of tho 1 Common Law Courts prevented tho attendance of tho requisite number, and tho consequence has been , an ac-; cumulation of arreara. Thora aro now as many aa 156 cases waiting to be tried before tho full Court, and to get rid of tho difficulty tho Legislature last session rosolvod to vest in the Judge Ordinary (Sir CBESSWEM. CRESS- WELL) the i>owora of tho full .Court, with rogard to "Di- vorce mattera, and his Lordship will next term proceed with tho cases. He may, however, call in tho . assistance of othor learned judges, but ho. will at once sit for the cases vested with all tho powors of tho full Court. That this is pnly an " experiment" ia patent fro...

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DOUBLE MURDER AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

DOUBLE MÜRBER AND ATTEMPTED .. .., SUICIDE; ? ' Groat crimes havo fortunately boon, raro in Bradford, but on Sunday night a portion of tho public wera startled by tho report that a woman, known as Margaret Cow- land, tho reputed wife of John Goorgo Gowland, who, up till Saturday, and for several months, hnd been in tho employ of Messrs Torry nnd Watson, solioitora, had committed tho ntrooious crime of . murdoring hor'owii two fehtnlo phildron, agod two and four years, by cutt big their throats when in bod in a horrible manner. Though in receipt of a respectable salary, thoy lived in a humble house in'High-street,- with only ono room for lui family purposes, and which only contained one,' nndrtho "only, bed which thoy possessed for tho wholo family of four. Thoy had formerly resided in tho vicinity of Sunderland, when she twice left him ' for Ids bad conduct, and in- tended to havo loft himrou Monday. On Sunday ho had gone out nnd left thom alone with apparently but little food in th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

. After a long period of inactivity, o little noir lifo scorns likely to fae infusod into tie tie matters) and, though it may suit tho ideas" of white,' chökerism'to inveigh against the art of solf-defcnco and ¡ts supporters, tve nf least aro glad to discover symptoms of "a revival." Whatever may bo.tho, abuses, which havo crept into almira pugilis- tic, there is'about tho P.R. an air so purely British, that .wo hopo it may long survive all tho attempts of its many enemies to put it'down ; and wo oro convinced that prizo fighting and its resulta are a far smaller bano to sooibly, than thoao brutal ..assaults, ¿nb of which wo had to' bring under noticq in our' last issuó ; if indeed thu legitimate .uso of tho fists is not decidedly in opposition to tho cow- ardly resort to kicking or to teeth. Woro prizo fights not tabooed, and the spectators of thom rondo amonablo to criminal law, wo think thoy would undoubtedly-bo much moro respectably patronised than thoy aro now ; and those .exhi...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Per favor of Bell's life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

TO TICE ELECTORS OF NÉW'SOUTH "WALES. : " JPer'fuoor of BeWa ïjife in Sydneyr FEÍ£ow-Coi.osTST3-Durüig tuo,progresa of.: the laU elections, while thc candidates for legislative honors wer« ail on their best' behaviour, 'and consequently appearcc before you to: tho greatest advantage,-1 ventured to. cul your attention to tho ante-survey provisions,of-Mr.; Bob ortsouV Lnnd Bill, as they affected: the return of mem hers to .the now Assembly, I then placed beforo.you, t common sense view of the laud question ; I asked you t< believe iii no new fangled notions, no far-fetched ideas but I called upon you calmly to note the arguments o both sides, und thon to soy for yourselves, whether tl» ""vaunted prinoiplo of free selection before survey coule ?by'possibih'ty ever bo satisfactory, if indeed oven practic able. I pointed out to you many reasons against tin ministerial policy, if not against tho ministers themselves and I endeavoured to moko you seo tho utter fullaoy o trusting...

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THE EARL OF DUNDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE EARL OP DUNDONALD. .It is with deep regret that wo announco tho death o Admiral of tho Ked, Thomas, Karl of Dundonald, th famous seaman, whoso -oxploits are of European fame Tho gallant sailor died at ono o'clock oh Wednosdn; morning, at his town house in Kensington. Tho^écone volumo of tho Earl's interesting autobiography has bli just issued from tho press, and ono of the most stirrinj narratives which tho world hus yet soon will, it is feared ba abruptly broken od' by tho death bf tho author, But though no more volumos can bo expected from tho pon o tho flue old boro, the public has long mado up its minc as to his character. Tho generous English people havi followed Lord Dundonald through his exploits and hi trials with admiration and sympathy. Tho story of hi noble deeds, his disregard of self, his heroic courage, hi generosity, his humanity, his firmness and patienco undo grievous wrongs, will never bo forgotten so long ns Eng lishmch continue to"sot' a high value oh tho nob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

R OYAL VICTORIA TÏÏEAïBE. Director..."..:,.Mr, JoSErit RAYWEB. Twelfth Night of tho Engagement of - ?' MIS S MARY PE O V O S'T,' ' Who will nppaar aa '? v: HIGHLAND -JESSIE. . , - THIS EVENING, ? :' . ?'"»: THE RELIEE "OP1 1 TJ" 0-K>N O W; ? Highland Jessio .MISS' MARY PROVOST. With a powerful ctwt of characters. And conclude with tho.rjow' Comedy off .? DON'T (JO BY AP TE ARAN 0 ES.'7. On WEDNESDAY EVENING, "February Gtbu Bono-; lit of MISS MARY PROVOST. 108 ' Department of Fnblic Wort»,--.. . ' ? .. Sydneys 1st February, 186U TENDERS FOR POBpC WORKS AND , .. SUPPLIES. 1 TENDERS aro invited for tho foUowing PUBLIC WORKS AND SUPPLIES. . ; - :. .;",," ; '??';' For full particulars see .Government, Gazette, a. .filo' of which is ,kopt nt every Pólice Ofllco in, the colony." ' ; Nature of Works and Supplies." Dates to which' Tenders can. ; bo rój eoived at the Office of Public Works; Erection of Watch-house,' Bun' ' 'gendoro .-..',.......... Erection of Cburt-Tiouse, Mudgee Erection...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

. BVTINEV HASKBTS, FHIDAÍT. WIIIÀT.CS (iaio7«^nd per busholi flour, £17 lo £19 por loni maleo, <i to 4«(Mi barler.SmcApodltto.Sipnrbiuliolih'ty, onion,£6 tu £fl|lucerno, £3 IO» to £t por tim t huttor.Oil to Oil t^hoeso. Od to 1«! bacon. Od to' 8.1 por Hi ; Kx«» O l to lu po'i|ozoii i foivl», 2t fjd,b> 3< Dil por couple: potatoes", £s to £8 por ton î fal pl«» (tl to.Bi per lb Iiboóf, 40», mut- ton, (SO por cwt I. llidem, Si lp l-'Si tabacco, lt 2d to la Oil pur lb, heat Quality.' Lucerne»oed 1» Gd per lb; ratall 2si poronnlal-roil clover, ditto ditto i white nulcli, 2s Od por lb i «tullun nnd.mlxel «raison, lt Od pcr lb. iorghu'm incclior^lum, (kl por lb ; soed oat» 3a Od to 4». 'pct bushel* : _' ' : 1 FJSRtlH AND SOX, Commission Agon ts. . lUYtfjinncr Pn'tàÉi.-Hoy, 4s Oil lo .7« <M ¡ slrnw. 3s Oil lo 4« Od t wheat, 7« Od to Os Od ; oat», 3« Od to 4» 0J| liorlóy. 3« Od I o 4» 0.1: cow«, £001 to £B Ol) calvo!, 211» tl 36l | bark, £3 I OS' tn £1 Oí p...

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