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REJECTION OF PRUSSIAN MEDIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

REJECTION OF PRUSSIAN MEDIATION. The I'ruutan Uorrapondenee cbntwicta the »* port that Fl-ussis, is attempting to medlBtobetW«eTi ttussia and the Allied Powers, and adds that, bn soundinir the Allius. Rnssla found them so dishv dined to negotiate at this moment 'that she made no proposals. ' '' ? ? ' *? ' - * ;': In Berlin it is etiid that Austria has renewed her engagement with the Western' Powers to defend the whole line of the Danube against a Russian attack, but -that »he,-at the tune time, uepwsc£tcd'*afiy1 movement towards thu Pruth. ' ? Advices from Constantinople of the 6th instant state that JiM. bulk ol' the Anglo-Turkish contingent iiks {?nilinrVR tar Varna

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAVALRY ACTION NEAR EUPATORIA. DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS. Paris, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

CAVALBY ACTION NEAB EUFATOBIA. DEFEAT OF THE BUS3UN3. (Fr*m the Globe, October 6.) Paril, 2 r.M. The following, from Harsbal Pelissier, has just b jan posted at the ltourae :— A o&valiy action twk place on 'th* 23th Septem bir at KomhilL five leagues from Eupato ia. The ](;i**hns, un Ur (General Korf, were defeated by the Frjncb, umler Gotland D'AUt iville. Tht Itmsians 1 )+t 53 killed, 105 pri---hers, 6 ,runs, 12ctf-s*'-ns,aiid 2 -0 h'-ra *s, lie French lost 8 men killed and 27 wounded. The Mlojrln? v-?rgiou of the rsport of (the ' hom b*rdm ;nt of Eijja' appear* iu the »ucon3 editioa ot i!it Timti:— ?' Berlin. Frilay, October r-. **Oii tha 2-tth of Ssptjmher ei^ht v^hjIs of the DtUio flajt ti lmbinled ths batteritso at the mouth -ii t\s Duaa (Bt ;a) with little etfjct, but t'.uy aitur warl* »?vei\;ly injured the b.itUry at Bullen.' Tha Polish' j mrnal Oiu thus describes the pos' titti of the Russian army in the Crimea on the 23n ultimo :— 'Thj Kusian forces occupy a line, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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EXPEDITION AGAINST TAMAN AND PHANAGORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

EXPEDITION A«AINSI*aili3f AND PHANAtKffiTA Pasis, Thursday,-— 'The Uoniltur contains- a report' from AdmU»l Croat, of October 2nd, showing that an «xpedUaon: against Tainan and Phanagonarfa' the Kertch Straits, liad completely succeeded., On the 2ith of September, Commandant Bonet left ICerteh for Tainan, with 10 gunboats, aft aviso, and a steamer. On .arriving o(f Pbanagoria, Jio threw some shells into the redoubt, and proceeded to dis embark about* mile from ' the fort. During this Interval the Russians abandoned the place, and the allies took possession of it in the presence of a force of cavalry from C00 to 800 strong, wbith retired im mediately. A few shells were tfirown among them. On the Mowing day our troops -were employed In destroying all the houses in Phanagoria that could have been. converted into shelter for troops. At Capo St. Paul, 66 cannons and four mortars were found in the fort. At Tainan, there were eleven 24 pounders left in the sand. By the 2nd October the dest...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

CORRESPONDENCE [The Editor withtt it to be understood, that while every rtatonable latitude trill be allotted, he doe* not identify himtelf with the opinion* txprttted in the eorretpond- . enee published in thit Journal. All letter* which appear under thii heading art written by partie* en tirely unconnected with the management of the Paper.]

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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(Compiled for the "North Australian.") ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

(Compiled for the 'Worth Australian.') ARRIVEAT Goaftos, Wednesday, at noon. Armidalx, Sunday, at 9 a.m. ? ' Casino, Friday, at 0 pan. Guaftos, Tuesday, at noon. Riouhoma Riven Heads, same day, at 8 a.m, Iajiho, Sunday, at 8 p.m. Tabula*, Friday, at 6 p.m. ; and Tkhterreia, Sat urday, at 4 p':m. ' Tabula*, -tame day; and at Gbactos, Wednesday, at 8 p.m. ' ? WARWICK, Thuwday, and Snnday, at 10 a.m. DRAYTON, Monday, and Friday, at 10 aan. WARWICK, at Ca,m. TENTBRriEUt, Monday, and Thursday, at 10 a jn. IPSWICH, Tuesday, and Saturday, at 7 a.m. DRAYTON, at 10 pjn. on the following days. BRISBANE, »tlp.m.tf the same day*. Bbrneit Ik», on Thursday, at 2 p.m. / s ' IPSWICH, on Sunday, *t 6 p.m. 'j« '- --' ' By Canal Croek to. CAtLAK doom, Sunday, ;t«*,T pjn. DRAYTON, Thursday, noon. . ,' *' ...',.,: DaHbv, M*AtL Cbbek, Saturday, at noon, thence *6 - l)AAt-r«B4uidWAKliAWAliB&, arrive at Wavbo everv'Suudayvat noon, and itTEkaieodat^pJlii'. . I' . iv--.,:V'«'' ''r \ .?'?'? ??-??? ?_'...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

' npENDJCgS Wm in^itod'fi-r - parties wllltog to X Contract to snpply about 100 Alignment Posts, more or leu, and to Erect die same ia the places that will be pointed out by the Surveyor. - . Plane and Specification* can be seen on applica tion at the Policfe Officer. ? ? ? ? ? ' Tenders will be opened at Noon of the 10th February. 1856. CHARLES GEORGE GRAY. P.M. Ipswich, 14th January, 1856. trrzzzr-— JSOTlCK.r ._. ....... ^--.. -, . . Yorog Bullocks widioafc Reserve. Mb. CHARLES WATKINS HAS received instructions to «ell by Auction At Me. Paion's, Spakrsiux,* Abks, Little uswicii. On SATURDAY, fiie 19& test., at 11 o'clock, EIGHT BULLOCKS, With Yokes, Bows, and Chains complete. Terms, Cash. : NEW BOARDING B&U.&E, NICHOLAS SfrBEET, /, , (FOEHEBLT THtf AlNOK HOTEX.) ' ' JOHN BINSTEAD -V BEOS to infotinius Friends and fhe Public genc nerally, that' he has opened the above Premises as a FIRST-RATE BOARDING- HOUSE, where those parties who may favour him with their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

tdliVCEU FUEfQHTS. FROM SYDNEY TO; ipswich. j^-«—' THE AlWTBfUvAmiW' STEAS: 2W3v\fe^, : NAViaATTON' GOMPANT hav 52jfl^g- Reduced Uie **te« of / FAights hv ^firneTJ^fflw1 '1th ljrffiM''m from ftyduty through ta Ipjwicli from 6H*. to 45s. peMon. WALTER GRAY * Co.. AOEK.H. IpiWftV; 21st Bistonflisr; 1653. ? ^..^,v.. STEAMERS BRHMKR AND HAWK; *Hfc-*£ Thk nnaersiijnea btg-tb Wttitf tint 5Kv*j'*5. tjj(j.y are prepared to receive. WOOL; JM(aaKalp- ^e- for transmission to Brisbane, or ^yyp-HS^* Sydney, ejther by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at rates as low as those char^ed'by any othsr party. THO5. BpYLAND ^,Co., Ar.evTs fob Bb&meb AxniHAWjt. Ipswich, Oct 18th, 185S, ^ [A OApn.] LIVER? STABLE. Ipswich. A W^ll^ritefed and Grawed Paddoctfor tbe«o»tn fhoaatton of Horses. REMOVAL. fTVIE Undersigned beg* to apprise bis Customers X and the Public generally that he has Unmoved to the Premises lately occupied by. Ur. CnpiiNO, N-jauv OiSMwe T* T*e- Pdsr OmcE, Bell Stbket,. VU?,n h« will- alway...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

\ ?'??'?.;/ ',',' notice. '?? '/ ?' i. ILTR. A. GEORGE FOSTER has been appointed ixi. Aoekt, and t« authorised to transact any business txmtiooteil %iMi this Journal iu Brisbane, and its vicinity. '' ? ? I '?''?-. .-?' S. 3, * A. C. BAYS, MrtkAuttntitmQtRoe. ~ --..i

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

Miscnfiail'rms* Won; and yot :joae:*6etm^p^m ^*»%- J w»e|U: They s»j$ Wms^^m^m^iM^^ ?*?- have heard-foru^y ;*^t *trew t^nlf M«c«»8orv to the flowers, lace, and 'libbon of which the ^bonnet is forniSaf 'aftd very r«to£aat *e«l«Hi*ffiB^re.-sf The eniomom horolege of tho clook tower, at th» new IIoumb of Parliament, will, 'niren erected^ afford its keepers -two hours* work £ weet in wind ing up. - ? ' ; : +''?; '-- : ? '+???? -?-?' ' ?:- :?-?-..'?. The Emperor of France- is peculiar} v polite to the English. Some of the parties at iheVavU Exhibi tion, being refused admittance to a ball at Y«rsaille» because they were, not in court-dress, aptually wait -in a petition to the Emperor, requesting thftt an ex ception might be Inade in their case, whioh w» granted. ? ' ,????-. ? -_ Skcixs Fotob.— It ires reported at the Water Police Office on Wednesday, sennight that four skull* had been discovered in the yicinHy of Berry's Bay, The teeth vere perfect, and the fledi of one or two is not yet ...

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OVERLAND AND UP-COUNTRY MAILS FOR 1856. TO LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

OVERLAND AND UP-COUNTRY T»ritTy.g FOB 1858. TO LEAVE Ahjudale, Monday, at 6 a.m ? On Return, Geafton, Friday, at 6 a.m. ? Graron, Thursday, at 11 a.m ? On Return, Cjuiso, Monday, at 8 p.m. i.,.-. ? Casino, Saturday, at 6 a.m.'-. ? On Return, RiCHitoxn Hsadr, Sunday, at 6 a.m. „ ? Grafton, Thursday, at 11 a.m. ...„ ? „. On Return, j Tebterheld ; Monday, at 11 a.m ? ] Tektehphxd, Wednesday, and Saturday, at 6 a.m. ; On Return, ? ' j WARWICK, Snnday, at 11 a.m ? „ ? ' DRAYTON, Saturday, and. Tuesday, at 4 a.m ? On Return, | WARWICK, Sunday, and Wednesday, at 8 a.m. ... DRAYTON, Monday, and Friday, at noon ? *. * On Return, | IPSWICH, Tuesday, and Saturday, at 3 p.m. ? IPSWICH, Tnesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at: . 8 a.m ? ;....'. ? IPSWICH, Monday, at 2 p.m., or -after arrival of, the mail ? On Return, I RdenettIxn, Friday, at 6 a.m ? ! DRATTON, Friday, at noon ? 1 On Return, . , , . j Ow-iAsnooN, Tuesday, at 8 a.ni ? I D&AYT0N, Friday, at noon ..; ? ..;. ? ; ' ' On Return, j ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. DEATH OF SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

'??; COtOMAL NEWS, DEATH OPSIRCHABLES HOTHAM. (From the Herald's Melbourne Correspondent.) Jjuwart ], 1858.— Sir Charles H»th-tm diod yes terday afternoon. His ExccUonoy has been seriously indisposed for upwards of a woeic, but little appre hension* as to the issue of his illness was entertained until the afternoon of Sunday, when alarming symp tom disclosed themselves. You will find in. the papers of this morning the particulars of Sir Charles' illness and its issue. The mournful event, took the people of Melbourne by surprise, for until tho ap pearance of the particulars in yesterday'^ IferjJd, 110 one thought the life of the Governor was iu danger. It was said that he has incurred some risk on the ooouion of the inauguration of the gas-works. He had rode up to the gas-works amid a very honvj- fall of rain. He bad been obliged to stand, wetted as he was, for two hours, until the purveyor of the banquet produced the materials for lunch. In his wot clothes. Sir Charles took his plac...

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EXPORTS FROM THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS. (From the Moreton Bay Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

EXPORTS FEOM THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS. (From'tlie Morelon Bay Courier.) According to the promise made last week, we now publish the Quarter's reports of the exports from rivers and ports north and south of Brisbane, and northward of the thirtieth parallel of latitude: beirifr the remaining ports of the northern districts. We merely premise these statements by observing that the receipts and valuations are all the same as those taken for the Brisbane exports, in our publication of Saturday lost. ? ' ,: Wide Bav. 873 bales wool .... £22,361 10 0 14,400 lbs. sheepskins - - '- 860 0 0 9 casks tallow - - - - . 144 0 0 170 hides - - - - - 102 0 0 33,000 feet log pine .... 99 0 0 Total .... . £23,066 10 0 Clakehce River. 462 bales wool - ... £11,806 0 0 132 casks tallow .... 2,254 0 0 1,100 lbs. bacon - - - - 45 16 8 2,000 horns ..... 20 0 O 394 hides- - - - - - 236 80 1,200 lbs. sheepskins - - - SO 0 0 60,000 feet log cedar - - - 250 0 0 7 calves, 6 pigs ? - . - - 30 0 0 196 lbs. cheese - -...

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBEH. From Le Follet.) The Exhibition, and the visit of Queen Victoria lmve exercised a beneficial influence, on our several manufactures, by stimulating them to put forth their best energies, and to tax the inventive brains of their respective designers to furnish new patterns or combinations of colours for the approaching sea sons ; aud we have no doubt but that the reputation of our countrymen for the various articles manufac tured for Indies' dress will be found fully sustained in the new goods which it will fall to our task to describe. For receptions at home, nothing can be more suitable than a white dress, either of lace or muslin. A very pretty robe mav be made of muslin, with two skirts in large scallops, and a ribbon in the hem. On each side is a wide application de Bruxelles ; between each soallop a. row of embroidered medal lion* surrounded *y Valenciennes lace ; and between these rows of embroidery arc others of bow» of rib bon, with long ends. A cachene...

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WOOL AND TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

WOOL AND TALLOW. The Home Newt of October 4, has the following London wool report : — Since our last report the market has been less firm, the continued pressure for moner. and recent rise in the bank rate to 0 per cent., checking opera tions; hence the buoyancy which for some time prevailed in our market has given way to more caution. At the recent low wool sales at Liverpool die attendance, both home and foreign, was not so large as on former occasions, and prices were in favour of buyurs fully fd. to Id. per lb., except for fine whites, which commanded full rates. The serious depression of tbe money market, and continued high price of provisions, lead many to anticipate a bad trade in winter, and hence the cloth-halls have not been so well attended latterlv by purchasers for home purposes, although a good trade is still doing, stocks being very light. Our nest, and last sales for the year, it is expected, will commence about tbe 18th instant, the quantity already arrived consisti...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Appointment. — We observe by the Government Gvutle of the 1st instant, that Colonel Gray, the Police Magistrate, has been appointed a Commis sioner of Crown Lands for the Settled District of Ipswich. ...','. Committal.— At the Police Office, on Wednesday, Edmund Owens was placed at the bar charged with the offence for which he had been apprehended, as stated in bur last. The examination was privately . conducted, but the reporter for the Press was* not excluded by the Bench. Theparticulars, of course, are unfit for publication. The testimony of the witnesses having been given, the magistrates de cided upon committing the prisoner to take his trial at the ensuing HBsiEes. Bail was offered, but refused. Navtoatiojj of the Bdemeb;— On Thursday, the obstruction to the navigation of the river at the five-mile rocks was removed by means of Mr. Mil- . ??. ler'» punt an& crew, acting under directions from the Gbvemment Residont. The tree has been oaf through a fe...

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To the Editor of the North Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

To the Editor of the North Australian. Bin, — A hajppy new year to you, peace and plenty to all the little bays and olive branches round your domestic hearth. Having been out of Town and busily engaged with the shears for some tune past, I have had other fish . to fry than writing to the public journals. The proprietor of a snug pile, having resolved as the song says : — To lead a different life, Save my money — buy a farm, With L ? y for my wife ; And looking round for a temporary safer investment of my funil6, 1 was naturally, struck with the frank and lair proposals of tho Moreton Bay Savings' Bank Company; says I, here's a chance by jingo, every thing plain and above board ; and having carefully perused the pamphlet circulated by the accountant — conscience eaid — belay that. But, sir, on further consideration, I wanted to know what security had the pnblic for the money deposited. And, really, I make this enquiry in no unfriendly spirit towards the Institution, but as it is not ...

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MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE. Monday, 5 p.m. Bank of England. — London, 12.30 p.m., 19th October.'— The bank has raised the discount to six per cent, on sixty day bills, and to seven per cent, on bills not exceeding ninety-five days to run. Consuls: Money, 874 1; account, 87f. At one p.m., consuls for money and account, 87J f. ^'Vm Atna. WfUW G! a w ma On].. ....«M«.»*_.k JX U.!_ VAHAIAlAli nuub CMUjISB.— 49MCH CUUilUCIlDca UI1S evening, 16th October, with a good attendance. Biddings opened with some degree of caution, and prices were generally about Id. under last series. Few wools, however, above middling quality on sale. The Honourable E. Deas Thomson, the Colonial Secretary and his family, have arrived in Sydney by die La Vogue. Several other old colonists have also returned bythis ship. S. F. Milford, Esq-, has been appointed and sworn in an additional Judge of the Supreme Court, and Mr. Purefoy has been appointed Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. Mr. Henry Mort has been...

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(Compiled from late papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

( Compiled from littpxptr?.) Alderman Salomons, a Jew, has bjen nominated ?'» fill thj o Bee of Lord Mayor of the City of L-tnd-m Ie is a most gentlemanly mm, of large property, .it i nitbin^ of tlu Jewish apjijara ice ubiut hini -iifht hair and fair cnmnlexion. tall, .slender, am 'ery ^ood lookiiig. He U hi^'ilv resp;e.t*^d by ell j'issei ani r ligi - 'S d -nomi lations, nnd we h ii w -- 'if a liberal tisadensy on paints nf religious di fjrjnses. i'iij Bevenne Returns for ths quArter endjd th J)tu Sept., 1435, slims an injreiSi «.t £1,33*. 12 1 did for the year an inareasa of £SMt,7ol. H tu. ?jiarter tlu increase is made up by.tlie property tax lal for the year by fiu property tax, the custom!, jxcis.i, and stamps. Tn j trade of tha country Is ia a very dqll stat i vloed. The lute advance in thj value «f money b, li pjr cent, lias quitJ stopped spjcuiatiuu, aui. ah jckud bi,nt fi k oparatii m i. The state of the money market is causing con tiierabk anxiety. (Jold is going out faste...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

BIRTH. December 16, Mrs. S. Halstaff Coles, of Prahram Melbourne, of a daughter. DEATHS AT SEBASTOPOL. Death of Capt. Vauoham. — We learn, with ex treme regret, from the special correspondence of the Times, that Captain Vaughan, reported as having been dangerously wounded in the assault on the Great Redan, at Sebastopol.has succumbed to the injuries he received on that fatal day. The deceased officer behaved with great gallantry on that occasion, and his fate was much commiserated both by his brother officers and the men under his command. This lamented gentleman was brother to Mr. Vaughan, co-partner with Mr. Fraser, stockholders; on the Logan River, in this district. Death of Captaih Fits Roy, — We regret to an nounce the death of Captain A. C. L. Fitz Roy, who, as previous accounts have announced, was wounded in the assault ou the Great Redan, in the storming of Sevastopol. It is little more than eleven months since Captain Fiti Roy left the colony, where he had lived some years ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. January 4. — Vanquish, schooner, Scott, from Sydney. January 8.— Shamrock, Paterson, from Sydney, January 8. Passengers— Mrs. and Miss Smith, Mr. and Mrs . Jones and two children, Captain Sanfdord, and 24 in the steerage. January 13. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reillv, from Sydney 9th, and Newcastle 11 tb inst. Passengers — Dr. Lang, M.L.C., Mr. Buckley, Mr. D.-F. Roberta, Bov,-J. Hauseman , Mr Van Homreign, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson , Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Miss West, Miss 8. West, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. Macmichael, Mr. J Butler, Mr. Clanpan, Mr. and Mrs. Byrne and family, and twenty-eight in the steerage. DEPARTURE. January 10. — Palmero, brig, 134 tons, Gold, for Sydney. IMPORTS. Vanquish : 30 hhds. ale, 888 bags sugar, 48 do., Bartley; 14 hhds., W. Gray Si Co.; 30 bags sugar, 15 do. salt, 10 chests tea, GRE ; CO bags bran, H. H. Worry ; 2 cases, Baynes. Shamrock: 1 package, Atkins; 1 do., U^...cy; do., Bigge ; 119 do., Buckley ; 46 do., Biutfoy ; 7 do.,...

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