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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

i Ero\m's»Uiver Coaches.' ,,v ' TriSHEH brgs to return hi» tlanks to , lils friend* and »he public geiur.dly tor the li.eral supi ort h- lia» hitherto t ttdwo, and to Mate he w II, on and aft r Mindiy next, 'he 22nd him , »tan his couche* from the Br n^wick t otc1. Liver) oil-street, < oban I own, in the morning at li dt-past 0 o'clock, and the aftirnron 2 o lIock, to ihc Itetrcr Inn, brown's luytr re- turning from thtnee, in the morning fit 11 o'clock and ufiernoou it ñ o'clock. The daily coach as [usual. J. F begs to inform lu» friends and patrons he lus pro\ id d the best wines, nie«, si hits \c , he po»hibl> can obtain and with further additions and ii)ipro\enient to his premi»e«, he assure» tbein ivery posible cars and attention shall be paid to their comfort. N. 1'. Gocd stabling and careful ostlers. Georgs Pryde, IÁTE MASTER MARINER, , (Successor lo John Johnson,) ' SHIP-CHANDLER, and SULUAKER tiential G'Oier Ten, Wine and» in' in eithant, near lhe ' Custom Hous...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

¿7a/c<t <ep c£<t6?tc xS&ttc/t¿ti. MONDAY, 30m OCTOBER. Campbell-street. Stone-built Family Mansion with Extensive Grounds. Also Adjoining Allotment. How frequently it happens that family dwelling desirably situated, are deficient of some es-^n tial accommodation ; others possessing a whole legion ol apartments in which an occupant w aid feel '. cabined cribbed and confined" to a painful decree ; but very rarely indeed is a family rcsi d.nce to be found combining all the requirements of a complete homestead. - And pray what con- stitutes in your mind, Air Auctioneer, a perfect residence ? To ans »vet a question so pointed would scarcely . be expedient, seeing that taste in capricious and hat it would be highly presumtuous to set up any particular standard of excellence to the dis cragement of so many, all hnviog their Mip«:u>e ttloguts. . MR, WORLEY Will "»ell hy Public Auction, 'Oa the premies in Campbell-street, on Al ON- DA V, 30th Octob...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

Independent Order of Oddfellows Loyal United Brothers Lodge, ?."'?. . . ." .No 9.,. 3"'HE Brethren of this Lodge are informed that the Annual Festival takes plaoe Ö-MORRO W,Thur.sday, the 26th instam -those Brethren «ho intend joining the procession are reouestea\/to' assemble at the Bird-in-Hand, Argyle^treet, at « tt.ni The public dinner takes place a' the Royal Victoria. !Theiatre, at Six'o'clock lor further particulars see the Grand Lodgu a 1 vertisemeu't. . . , »ii' - ' ByOrdei of the N.B.,k "'Henry Rod», . . " Secretary. Tempus Fugit, , QÖ dqesPrilLLlPS and BECKS' First ^ 'Qualiiy'TEA, thanks to tho ilob»rtotv patronage, , ,' ',, '-,',. Gc smucopeïian, 5Ö0, New Wharf. -:?__» --- ? -.'??: "' vi . Ji-? Public Pound, Spring Hill ;. .IMPOUNDED at the Public PoundSpring 1 Hil', M nil tuen uto, ,by.Mr Citarles Oota vius Paisous, of Berridale^ on the 21st of ü.ctober/isö'k ... , , ?? . , ; . ' , ,Öiie bay mnre.thrce shoes on, small white star in forehead, small white spot» back of th...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

itljipjiing: ixrjuirt (¿ARRIVALS. Oet 21-¡SB. ütty.of.ljobart fiß'i tonn, ß V '.Bentley, from Melbourne, 19th instant, with t/undries passenger*-.lir Ferguson, Mrs l'unshon MrBetMnJMv ïoung'-.usband, Airs Mitcael 'inore, Mr Mitchekuore Ntr hugden and cfiild, .MrsÜVJolle Kr H ¿.ills, Mr J Mills. >\ir Hcugh ton, Mit« Bindoo, Ali-» btiffin, Mrs Griffin, .Mr Griffin, Capt.liaytnond, and 34 steerage. --ti- Schooner, tíwaUow, 124 tons, from Geelong, in ball«4. --22-Creole. 144«tons, from Melbourne, -liriggln passenger steeraue tí Fisher, .janie» Fisher, Wm King. Mr Üwis, and ¡9 goveio k vuent imnugtams.and sundries. -28 -Thane ot Fife, 132 tons, McKenzie ' ir um Geelong in ballasj -22- Brother, ,frum Launceston, Mi ethel! master. Oct. 22-Bchoow SlngUshman, ß9 tons, C Conway, frntnS. dt»ey. -i-ift-.-JJji^r Mermaid, 248 tons. ¿Vim <ioberU,fr< m «Jet-long, in ballast. Faaoeu . j.fii'8-iCaptain Jacobn, Airs Jaeob«. -23--Sehoonir Bamoral. Jlf ton», J .Sting, :rom Melbo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

Two Grand Concerts ! i AT TllE MECHANICS' HALL, THE FIRST TO TAKE PLACE On TUESDAY.OCTO BEROI i UNDER THE IMMFDIATE PATPONAGE OF HIS FXCEILlNCY Sir William Thomas Denison. Ali-Ben-Sou-Alle, HAS the honor to announce to the gen [_ and inhabitants,of Hob irt Towu ti will give the hist of his tenes of Under the above distinguished patronage, as announced, when he will peiform ¡ou rhe new tud wonderful TURKOPRWE, In his great national costume. Tickets 5s. each. To be had at Messrs Huxtable & Co s,.& V\ alch's, Stationers,. Waterloo Hotel, and Meicury ofhec. Alh Ben Sou Al'i's Concert takes place at Oatlands,to-morrow evening, Thursday, the 26th instant. On Sale by the undersigned. IRON HOUSIÎS 11 2 x 10 4 guaranteed perfect, and now to be seen erected, (one lor specimen), for v. hart, countiy bouses, offices, shepherd's huts, or down river stations, they, are highly recommended, being easily elected und moveable at pleusure, and impervious to heat or cold. ALSO A small i...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

Manchester House, 68, ELIZABETH STREET, EX DERWENT. FIRST SPRING SHIPMENT Selected to order. mm AND CHEAP CASH SALES* THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE, OR, TRUE FRIEND OE TASMANIA. -00 IN introducing to the public a new journal, the proprietor feels it his duty to btate that he does so at the urgent request of a large circle of friends, who both thought the undertaking necessary and promised it their support and interest. The timéis oppoitune to the purpose It may not be indispensable but it eeitiúnly is desirable that every effort should be made to remove the stigma that has been and is still endetnoured to be cast upon the social character of the inha- bitants of this Island. Nothing will do so much to correct this as the publication of authoiitative statistical information on all matters of public, religious, educa- tional and commercial progress ; for the proprietor is convinced that facts have only to be fairly set forth to confute the calumnies that have gone abroad. " In like manner ful...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER, [?]5[?], 1854 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

flrcttwj: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER, 85ni, liût The Victorian exposition of contributions to thePAitis Exhibition has been opened in a building creditable to the city in which it »s erected, 'with all the pomp and ceremony that vice-regal display and the asscmuÏRge of multitudes of spectators could center tij*on the occasion, if report speak truly, the articles exhibited are woithy of the exposition, and such as are likely "to maintain the credit of the gold producing colony even in the capital of European refinement. A notice in the Courier has quickened our curiosity as to the doings of our Tasmanian savants in the like cause : nor is that curiosity*lessened by a recollection of tlie ponderous catalogue of materials and manufactures 'wherein contributions were some 'few months'back invited by the Secretary of the Committee. Multi- farious-almost like the treatises of Solomon, from' the cedar to the hyssop upon the wall - it Seemed from the magnitude and variety...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

Intuí Snttllip Odd Fellowship.»- Upon reference lo our advertising columns, it will be seen that the Ancient and Primitive Order of Odd Fellows in this city, intend holding their grand annual festival tó-raorrtíw. A procession with the regalia and banners of the mysterious order, accompanied with a band, will form at the Grand Lodge, Rock Hotel, Elizabeth-street, and proceed from thence to Government House, en route to Brother Fishers's, Sandy Bay. Here ath- letic amusements wil 1 be provided, after which the procession will return in the same order to town- In the evening, the brethren will dine together at the Royal Victoria Theatre, which has kindly been placed at the disposal of the Grand Lodge by brother Watson. Amongst the inv'ted guests are his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, Patron of the Order in Tasmania, and the Mayor of Hobart Town. We understand that an application has been made to Col. Jackson for the use of the band of H. Al. 99 h regt., to enliven the evening; ar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 October 1854

Caveat Board. ' 21st. October, 1851.   NOTICE is hereby given; that the foi w , lowing Claims to Grants of Land .vill he investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose.upon or imme- diately after the 26thday of December, on or before which day any caveat or Counter claim must be entered : Thomas Parramore, Kearney's Bogs, Glamor- gan CO acres. (Originally, located io W. H ? 1'reton, under whom ¡and William Thomas Parramore applicant chums ) 'Bounded on the south by 100 chains westerly along land granted io Tilomas Parramore Commencing at the north- east angle thereof, ob the -west by -24 chains northerly along crd*n land, on the north by 3 chains 76 links easterly 'along part of land granted to John Williatt, a'gain on the west by j 68 chains 20 links'norihBrly'aiso along the last mentioned land onth« north by 06 chains 25 links easterly along part'ot a location to George Palmer Ball, and thence «a the east by , 82 chains 20 links southerly also along brow...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

nigJjaBut.Jumu-j -i_"Ï....J.. J m- ? jej VICTORIA. We have received our usual files, and find them of a like tenor to those which imme- diately preceded them. . The principal topic which agitated the press, if not the public, was the " Influx of Criminals Prevention Bill." A public meeting bad been called hy the Mayor, tit the request of several influential parties, to consider the late despatches of the Secre- tary of Sate on this subject. The terms ol the requsitiou ure discreditable to the common sense of those who sign it: any higher qualification, considering who they are and from what thoy originate, it would be folly to look, for. j ' 'In the Legislative Council, Mr. Favkner ; on the 20th, moved a call of the house, to ' cot^ider the above despatches ¡ and, in so doing, he described Sir William Denison as a mau spottetl with every species of poli , tical falsehood, and who had vilified, not ¡ only the people over whom h* ruled, l»ut also the people of that colony. He referred...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Vi e have Adelaide newapapers to the 17tu instant, from which we take the fol- lowing extracts : lu the Legislative Council on the 13fh, the Advocate-General laid upon the table the report of the select committee oil the proponed railway to Glen Osmond. The consideration of the report of the select committee with reference lo the proposed National Institute was deferred, at the request of Mr Fenn, until Wednes- day next.' Mr Fenn's motion, that an addresss be presented to His Excellency requesting that a sum of money not exceeding £5000 b.: placed upon the estimates to he applied in aid of the discovery of an available gold field, was carried. The various clauses of the Joint-Stock Companies Winding-up Act were gone through in committee, but the hill was left in cbinmitice for further improvement. Three hundred hales of wool of this season' clip, brought hy the Sir Henry down the Murray, are now on the wharf at Port Adelaide, having been forwarded from Port Elliott,...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

»¡lipping i\rprf (¿ARRIVALS!. {-__-26-Schooner Geld Sfeler, 116 tons, H Wilson, from Melbourne: pcr.engeri-Mr Si Min Martin, Mr W » ' Stanley. -26-Schooner Eclipse, 190 tons. G Dodd from Port Albert; passengers- -Mr Gorringe, and Mr Mcintosh. -26-Brig Retriever, ISO tons, J Archer, from Eden, Twofold Bay. - 26- Schooner Marinne, Craves, from Port Albert, 24th instant, with 46 cattle and i 40 sheep. __26-Schooner Macquarie, Abson, from Port Albert. The barque Columbus, from London, Capt. Crosby, sailed 4th July, 164 government emi- grants, general caigo. DEPARTURES. Oct 25-Schooner Caroline, 127 toni, W H ardley, for Sydney; passenger-W Prit thard, -25-Barque Bonnie Doon, 217 tons, W A Stephenson, for New Zealand ; passengers Mrs and Muter Stephenson, Mr and Mrs Prout Hill, fcissAIatertny, ¡*.rs Fougire and 8 chil- dren, C Puns, J Humming«, J Kelly, G Jtooply. -24-S S. City of Hobart 863 tons, G V Bentley, for Melbourne, with sundries passengers W Robertson Esq. W Robertson, J Robert...

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SORELL. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

SORELL. (From our own Correspondent.) Medical Movement.-A numerously _al lespcctahly attended meeting took Jhce ¡it Sorell on the 20th Instant, to select Encdical gentleman for that district-W. B. (Hover, jim , Esq., in the chair-when Dr. Richard Lee was duly appointed. Tue "jetting guaranteed to him .¿¡COO Der annum Jrtain, one-fourth of that amount being gilded to him on the spot. Although kere were several applicants for the prac fcc, and some who would have accepted it It one-half that amount, yet the meeting las unanimous in its selection of this gen leniaii, in consequence of the ample tcsti- i iony to his ability and scientific and pro- I ?ssionul attainments afforded "by the dip- utáis, and many academic certificates of «nor presented on his behalf. The chair mti exhibited to the meeting the diplomas f the Royal College of »unieons, Englano, ntl Apothecaries Company, London. Two Iertiticates of honor ¡>i Chemistry and fegetaiile Physiology and Structural Jotuny, obtained ...

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[?]AST NIGHT'S LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

NIGHT'S LEGISLATIVE OOUNlIL. ÜB pressure o/' reports . prevents our' ling any extended notice of the pro- , eilings, but for th« in for in ¡it ion of our I adcrs we state I rielly what took place j The opinions of the Law Officers of eCrown on the Governor's power to sent to the Extension Dill wera laid i tlie tnl-ile anti were in favour of his Ïvitig that power. The petition that miel might be heard at the bar of house against the New Licensing ¡t was warmly discussed, Mr Ker- mis distinguishing himself by his vio nt opposition. Ultimately twelve clock this day was fixed for counsel »appear by a majority of 13 to3. We innot however, hold out any hope to ¡ ie inkeepcrs that the provisions ol' the I li will receive any modification.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, Oct[?] 25, l[?]54. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Oot. 26, lt-6*. The council inet purt-uant to adjourn-', ment i he Speaker taking the chair at four, o'clock, i Mr CHAPMAN pro ented a petition from .members of the Hebiew persuasion in Hobart praying io be plac. d on the same footing withoth?r religious denominations in the disposal of public fund-, under the C' n Btitutioual Act. At a later period 01 the i evening the petition re (erring to money mat- ters was withdra*n. VICToniAN INFLUX OF CIUMlNALS BILL. Mr ULE.VDOW aprli. d for leave to in- troduce ou this subject, without notice. Ho refuireU t> tile above act and appointment of a coiiimissioiior under its provisions to issue passports to persons going he ii co to the ' colong 01 Victoria. The bill ho wished to litroduce woulu uupower the imprisonment <if uny tuch commissioner and then his ex pulsiou from this colony. Air CHAPMAN seconded the motion. 1 Mr ALLISON would reglet it as likely to produce discord. Would ltnot be betier t"...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

PROSPECTUS OP A Circulating Musical Libra TO BE ESTABLISHED AT LAUNCESTC BY MR. J. IMBERG. MR. IMBERG, ProfesBor ofnilB returning thanks tor the kind,, lie has received during his reside Launceston, begs to acquaii t the und tho public at lui gc, that ho p opening a li," CIRCULATING MUSICAL LlBlU on tho firBt day of January, 1855, if a cient number of yearly subscribeis, at fifty, have been secured to Mr. Imbi« attaching their name to this circulai, îcluruing it by poBt on orboforetkt day of December, 11*54. The Eubsm will be For town .. .. £8 8s. perta For the country.. £10 lOj. perj& to be paid quarterly in advanco, on tia day of opening. 1. Every yearly subscriber will boa: to take the half of his subscription r music. 2. Half-yearly subscribers ouly it entitled to a fourth of their subset iptitij quarterly subscribers will lose such altogether. 3. In town the music can beck] three times per week ( Monday, Wedin Friday), from ten till thieo o'clock ; ft eountry, daily (bu...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

tutu anteiligen« The Ftiiend of the Publicans. The Courier of WVdne-day, with that ver- satility of «pinion which distinguishes our senile cn temporary, has turned i->und upon the publican<. It copies a pait of Air. Champ's speech, to supply its doficieut nii«inality, and then proceeds to approve the jC 100 license feo and the most stringent clauses of the Bill. The Bill should bo stringent, I or toot li, when ii abo;« 'J\e drun- kard. Granted. Does tho mero fact of keeping an inn abet every drunkard that in ludes into it? If not, what becomes of cotemoorary's reasoning f It is been um; no distinction is drawn between pood and bad houses that wo object to the Bill- our co temporarv, anxious to show that he has changed his mind, and not knowing how, has simply given a tissue of absurdity-no uovelty however in his columns. Exploration of Australia.-One of the Intest mufs of the Lennon Tin'io »ta os that a sum of £5000 has been placed on the estimates for exploring Centra...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

HUON REGATTA. \ T a MEETING held at the Frank í 1 lin Hotel, Franklin" Settlement Huon, on Tuesday, 17th October, G. A. Walpole, Esq , A.P.iVT., in the Chair, it was íesolved unanimously 1st. That a Regatta, open to all, be held off the Shipwright's Point, Huon River, on the 1st day of January next. 2nd. That the following gentlemen be ' requested to act as a Committee for carrying out the necessary arrange- ments, and that five of the number i do form a quorum :- I R. Cleburne, Esq , M.L.C. G. A. Walpole, Esq., A.P.M. R. W. Fenwick, Esq., J.P. V?". E. Null mi, E&4.-, - ,Ty, , ' ' ' " -Fraser,-"Esq.;*Jrp!~~~ ~ -- J. D. Balfe, Esq., J.P. J. W. Kirwan,Esq., A.P.M. Alexander M'Naughton, Esq. Rev. R. Crooke Rev. J. Andrewartha Dr. Crooke Dr. Crowther , Mr. Fairchild Captain Gourlay John Kellaway, Esq.. J.P. Messrs. George Kallaway Thomas Kellaway Thomas Walton William Thorpe George Watson Fisher, Brown's River H. Mooney E. Hedditch Henry Walters Austin Geres Winter, Garden Islan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

(a batid ) I ®* tt% watt, BRE1B MD BISCUIT BAKER, ELIZABETH STREET. ' N.B.-.Shipping supplied on the shortest , notice. , Itegular Trader-For Melbourne direct. The fine first-class Brigantine REINDEER, U Prynn, Maoter is now loading in the Constitution Dock, and will meet with immediate dwpatch. £. s. d. Cabin passage . 6 0 0 Steerage ditto . .. 3 0 0 For freight or passage apply to the Master on board, orto ¡ C. Lovctt. Franklmg Wharf, 2nd October, 1854. UXíJlCIC BAIili lilSflS AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Paasagre arraiisremients'froin Kng-lanu to Tan lMeiu«n's Iiand. THE celebrated BL\CK BVLL LINE ot Australian Packets. Ship«. i Rep;. Capt.l Lightning", new .... 2098 Forbes Oliver Laing", now ... 1275 Manning" Champion of the Seas, 22b0 Newlands Bonnie Jean.uow Abeideon ) *,*<" ,, tupper .2000 J -Witartny Schomberg"! new .... 2300 Duguid , Marco Polo. lö25 M'Donnell James Baines nw. clip. 2100 Ocean Chief new. 1250 Tobin Indian Ocean. 1051 Mill EhsabethHarrison new no4 Jackson ...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, FRlDAY OCT. 27 AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

(fnnraimial Sntelligenrr. HOBART TOWN, FßlDAY OCT. 27 AGRICULTURAL. Wheat.per bush 0 14 ñ to 0 16 0 : English Bailey.o 11 0 to 0 0 0 Cape ditto .0 9 0 to 0 0 0 Oats colonial.0 10 <» to 0 II o Flour per ton.36 0 1 to. £8 9 0 i Hay h ose, .M O 0 to 1-5 0 0 Hay, pressed . 14 0 0 t» 16 Ofl1 Hydraulic dito. 15 0 Oto 17 O 0 Straw.«U Oto 8 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bu->hel.0 20 G tu 0 ' 0 0 Beans, oer i»»«,^ ... 1 0 0 roO 0 0 Tures .«. 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Potatoes, per ton.. 23 0 0 to 34 0 o Onions per 3b.0 1 OtoO 1 0 "Cabbages, per dozen... 0 i O to 0 8 C Cauliflowers per dceen 0 6 0 to 0 7 0 ?Carrots, per toa, "."..^ 9 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 o toi 10 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 2 3to0 3 0 Cheese, per pouud .0 1 4 to 0 2 0 WINES AND SPIRITS fs.d Brandy, Martell'a. 0 13 9 Do. TJ.&Co. 0 IS 6 Kum lOo.p., W. J.. 0 7 0 Itum30o.p., " . 0 8 O Do'. 3Uo.p" E.J.. 0 5 3 Ale, Burton, Bass' . 9 0 O Do. ludan Smith . 8 10 6 Jo. Other brands. 9 0 0 Taylor's St...

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