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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

' n WIITCHARU'S Hoeehworth Timber - \" 1 am Oeneral Store, Ford Street, ,\-(i|.I.S." Tinsmith. HirIi A , ]!,.ecliw.>rtli, near the now. JjridK<\ 1 ,i,i"K. pu.ni*. <»>« «"* <f irvV to (»rik; tin ftwl giilvirowod wholesale, Wtrattol 1 ffli inHiirtlo, General & M"wlimif. Camp street,; jul !>-t Adelaide. . ? ~T~ri~f\:~k iiornl.vrz, Daguevreim At A til, Hotel Ford «tveot Beocl^ ,'ortii. "Vt; ^vi.-Cinv01lTll-'.6»amtlmn Freehold P, ; ,""l for solo. risp» !>nd part.cuh.rs tThc I/md Office. 2, Caw slrc j!f pllNT,! 2^4^vn7 MUNBCVTCST Wiiolwide-j f> and Retail Draper*. Ford *trc4t'g^0®^ J ISSk'oFNEW SOOfTOWSrVor.l | RAV,Rocrhworll.. TVASK OF VICTOIUA, Ford-ptreet and ;«TAHKftnd COOK'. Carpenters, IhiilderR; 0 Undertaker,,/ ""<1 Timber Mwchants, .. /1,-rtit an/I Mnrrav Adm-tna opposite 0S4 22ft "iaco, Fnril-st.Trot.? Jji;..:: : Tl AUTHKNWAftR . #«d OW8S, who e-. Hi «nlo tliolargest,-aasortnymt in the Colo ? J I m, mvav^R, 17.1 G...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

"WOOL SAL K f>. THE Undersigned boi; to inform Settlers nnd others thiit thoy aro prepared to receive Wools for tale or shipment. Weekly sales of Wool, Sheepskin, Hidi4-, Tnllow will bo held every Thursday during tho seasou, when the wod.s will be well opened out (i sufficient timo before salo, iu order th it n corrcct estimation of the vnluo mny bp formed, and tho full market price obtained. Vendors can select their own auctioneer if desired. J. H. CLOUOH & CO. (Sucotssora to C. and J. Brodshnw,) Wool Brokers. 47, Kin?-«treol, MWh-ume. WW 1M i\ an-kmH?"n k\V"SO(J Tli W A LisH NOTICE. ON and after thn -nd January, 1857* the business of this Bank will bo carried on In the new building nnpostti? the post office. DAVID MOUISON, Manager. Beooh worth, 3lBt December, 1850. 041 IJ50 To OUR COUNTRY Suiiscruibrs. -Nearly the whole of our country subscribers nro iu ar rear with thoir subscriptions for tho Inst quarter; ami wc are compelled to announce therof re, nnlc.^B the arrears...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ESCOURT TO MELBOURNE. January 1[?], 18[?]7. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

KSUOIVr TO UKl.UOURNK. .lammrv 1", ls.f>7. Tim next (loveruuien;. Ksoort will If-avr Beechworth "tt Friday, January 10. Parcoln lo lv transmitted thereby will jc received at the Gold OHke until 2 o'clock p.m. 6f the \>roeedin:j day. The deposits in th'j (told Ofticc, Ucech worth,, oil the 10th inst., >vere- Gold. 16,510 niiiicc, 10 dwts; and Cash, £1,18*2 showing a decrease in the amount ot Gold deposited during the week, th" 10th inat., of 1S*J oz*, and n dceir;»<r in that of cash of X'iflOO. The amount ot Hold :\th1 Cash depo>it'\; ami withdrawn durini; tho above-nan^.; work. arc follows, viz : Deposited dwts. 5/53 0 £170 0 0 Withdrawn. Gold .... Cosh nZS. dwtS. 7;tf o .C'.»770 o o

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE FORD STREET IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE FORD STREET IMPROVEMENTS. The inhabitants of J*Y»rd street arc at \ last aroused to t/ie (lungers and ]oss to | IV,1 .It'll they arc being exposed bv the .(/-(.;died improvements to their street, now in i>ri>jr,i'ss, ,\'Ht many weeksngo, it »as a iiratification to lis to know tliat we should nut have to wait for thecren tion of a proper road through this main artery o! the town-hip until the new Municipal Comic 1 should obtain vital ity ; and highly pleased were we at the idea of Ford'street being part and parcel of the declared Sydney road, that its formation must devolve upon the Go- j vernnient of the colony. Our giatilka tion and pleasure were enhanced by the liberal sum of'£-2,500. which Dr. Mur ' |>hy, the lute President of the Rond hoard, in a lit of electioneering genero sity proposed to*put on the estimates for the purpose. Forgetting nil our expe rience of the two hundred miles of Go vernment ro»d making between this and the metropolis, we really believed, in ...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

THIS DAY. J. II. GRAY & GO ILL sell at their Sale Turds HOUSES find a TKAM OF SIX BULLOCKS. Dray nml tnckling coiiiploto, without reserve HOUSEHOLD KUIIN1TUHE. MONDAY, JAN. 10th. J. H. GRAY & CO. A HE favored with infitruction* from In JtY Bpcctor Muson, who i» removing from tho Iloechwoith district, to .soil hy auction, on the jiroiaiscit, (ioviunnent Camp, near Batik of New South on tho above date, tho whole of the useful HOUSEHOLD EUItNITUltK, KI7CHEN UTENSILS, kc. &c. Terms Cash. fcVo tocoinmcnce »fc 1, p.m. THURSDAY NEXT. J. H. GRAY & CO. WILL Hell at their salo rooms, Ford street, without reserve (for tho bewiit of nil concerned) 011 Thursday, January 15th; liU Ciiitfri of firtit-cla^a A M E U I C A N HOOT S, AUo, Elour, Sugar, Kite, iJran, Oatd, Cheese, Butter, (linger Cordial, Cherry Cordial, I'ort Wine, Mustard, Sulud Oil, and u email btock of Slops. To be sold, without reiorve, to clear con signment*. IMPORTANT KOTICB TO THE PUBLIC, REDUCTIO...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 13, 1857. (Before Messrs Morphy and Bourke, and Dr Murphy.) OBSENCE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

1'OLICK OOUKT. Tucsilny, Jnmmry 13, 1857. (Before Mes;-r* Morpliv nntl Bunrko, and Dr Murphy.) (1II.OCKNK liANOUAOK. ! . ? . Jnmes Dunn and William Burke I were fined £3 inch for using obscene ianguage in a public place in Bcech* i»orth, orAnniNO. ; Phillip Briojs was brouprht up on re mand from the 5th inst., charged with stabbing one Tcwey, nt Sebnstopol. > Dr .Jewell stated that Tcwey would hot be in a fit state to attend the Court For eight or nine days more. : Rcnimdi-4 for eight days. IttKSPASMNO. Seven Chinamen wi re brought up. Charged by A. 0 Church. Crown U:ii 11(1 lor the cold fields, with occupying Crown land-i without " license. ]t uppcnreit from the evidence ad duced that the defendants were in some way nf business, and had not taken out a business license. The whole of the barristers in Court took up the defence, and sue . ce-sfully con tended that the act under -which the inf..rination was l.iid did not .i apply to Crown lai-ds, and that the r Bench had no nuthoii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

MAC'S OF.NERAL STORE, SPRING CHEEK, .Ttift.follotviug goods alwnys'on sale, at'tho foreat prices : .. Hour, Adelaide Bice, Fatna Sugars, Mauritius and Cosslporo i Tea Clieepo. lhittor . Safcnon Hams Bacon . Bait . Currants f ' Itaisins Jams, asauto l brands - . Marmalade, dodo ' Fruits do do Fickhs do do Salad rils 6 . Mustard Biscuits, fancy and plain - Oate Bran ( audlos, Belmont and Neva stoarino . .» ; 8oap Wnoilla rope of all aizcb ; Boota aud shoes, watoiti^hla, &c. ?^1 Trowser*, molo, cord, &c, r-; - Picks, nsea, shor^U i "CollinB^bfifit aiuld.jg plcta c . Do driviug picks Uvtckete, aborted - Caliooa . ?V Frying'pan* t , Gr»eu bftiu y Drugget:ngs r , '? Potatoes Sardine* ' Dried apples Highest prico givon for gold In any tfnantitr.. . MACS GENERAL STORE, Spring Cr»ek. 8 IF l^lOMAS BKUWN, who- left Grascnere . itt tho year .1852, for AuBtraliu, will Communicate with, bis Friends at Grnsmere, ©rutthis office, lie may hear of something to hit advantage . rPOUNUKJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

NOTICE TO CORKESVONDENTS. No notice whatever win bo taken of ationy mous conjuumieations. All communications for the Editor shoutr* bo addressed to him at the OVEKB ani MwhEAT APYEutisru Office, Ford»strvot. Bcochworth. ESCORT TO MELHOUKNK. January 13, 18.r>7. The next Government Escort will Icavt llecchworth on Friday, January 15. Parcels to be transmitted thereby will r>e received at the Gold Office until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The deposits in the Gold Oflftce, lleech worth, on the 10th inst., were - Gold. 16.510 oit.ices, 10 dwts; and Cash, £4,182 .hewing, a decrease in the nmount o; Gold deposited during the week, ending tb» j 10th iust., of 1S2 ozs, and a decrcrt.se in that of cash of £GGOO. The amount of Gold and Cash deposited i and withdrawn during the above-named week, nro as follows, viz : Deposited. Withdrawn, oxa. dwts. ota. dwts. Odd 555 0 735 ( Cash £170 0 0 *6770 0 "WOOL SALES. THE TJudersignAd he? to inform Settlor* and others that they are prepar...

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THE ICE QUESTION. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiter. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

THE I OB QUKSTION. To th« Koitor of the Own and .Hurray Ad. vertiter. Sin,-Your paragraph in this morn ing's issue reg.iidin.: ice is correct, with the exception ol'the pri;-o von me ,tinn, ?.ilmnt which yon luive cvi iently been misinformed. I hive as yet receh ed two loads of this .rticle from Me!Iionrn-, nnd have (il)fiO lbs more on the road. The prices charged have been as follows, 2*. 3d. for the first arrival, SJs. for the second nnd third. All further quan tities I hiive promised to deliver at Is. fid., guaranteeing a continual sup ply during summer. The extra price for the three loads being caused liy our being compelled to lay on a regular line of frish waggons, providing relays n1'li<>r»c. find arranging stations o-> the roil. This we calculated would p iv all parties concerned, considering th rem-under would he delivered at Is. 0,1 I will therefore leive your re.wins lo sinn>isi; whether the profit is too ex tensive, when I can prove that the last c-ir...

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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

WmMh (Salfirtmr. OMimlav Sunuitv Moii'lixy ... Tues<i;iy ... Wednesday T}»"r«5'lny Friday 13 . 14.. 15.. 4 5* \ i>5 4 r»n 6 0 To Dun Govsihi Sunscnmr.ns. - Nearly the whole of our country 5iih>criborB are in ar rear with tluir subscriptions for the Inst quartor; and we aro compelled to anuounue, therefore, unless the arrears bo paid within tho ensuing fortnight, that their papors wilt be stopped. Our terms arc always cash in a ivanc-\ *o that subscriptions for the present quarter aro also <\wo.

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Original Correspondence. SHOULD EXTERPRISE BE REWARDED. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

flripral iHurresjioutmicf. SHOULD EXTKKPMSE BK UK WAUDED. To the ftlitor of the Ovcnt am! Murray Advt Sjb,-If time nntl space permit, would you be so jjo d as 1?> nllow the few following remarks n place in the columns of your popular journal. I believe Mr Foster, the spirited cinch proprietor, is about to vi-it Breshwortli, and I think the least t ling the inhabitants of tuis district Es pecially those living in the town) can d ., is to invite the aforesaid gentleman t:> n pti' lie dinner, ns 1111 iickrtmv ledgr men* of t e benefits derived from the uninterrupted emit nti nee of his public conveyances all ihe w titer. I am sure everyone will a:ree with me in saying that Mr Foster is in every nvp'ct entitled to jura: token of our gratitude, for the liberal n'i(l enterpris ing man .er in w hich lie hits maintain^ (1 Ilia line of coaches f>r the accnnunoda tion "f ihe public, regardless of his own pecuniary interests; and I tln'nk the modi I have respectfully suggested is the ...

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. P U B L I S H E D D A I L Y. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1857 IMMIGRATION AND NATURALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

and Blibfvtiscr. 1* U R L I S 11 H 1) DAI L Y. VEDNKSDAtf, JAN U All Y 14'. 1S«R7 IMMIGRATION AND NATURALISA TION. Thr advent of the new constitution for the colony of Victoria, nntl the in auguration of responsible government, put a period to the .-'gency of the Lnn don commission of emigration so far ns Victoria is concerned. Our own go vernment i'. now called upon to establish a system cf immigration, and to create the machinery for carrying it out with the least possible delay. Mr Haine.s And his colleagues mu-t bo prepared to propose to the colonial parliament such measures as shall materially aid the peopling of the country from the in habitn ts of Groat Britain, or any oilier portion of the c v.lised world. Wli I is wan rd 'S 'oleralil clcar. It is ne ee-.«-irv for the progr ss and prosperity of Victoria, that a continued stream o1 hedthy, able bodied men should be landed on its shores ; men capable and willing to assist in the execu ion of the extensive public works of all k...

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DISTURBANCE AT CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

DISTUHH -VNCH AT UI.17NKS. (Tr. in tlic llalliirnt Star ~) On' Tuesday toren on, intelligence was received ;it llic Camp here, tli.it a num ber o' men h;iil taken possession of the quartz reef nt Clinics, and had worked nil the previous nigi't, in defiance o! the proprietor and Ilia servants, and of the police who were stationed there. \lr Daly nnd Inspector f'nylor imme diately proceeded to the place 111 ques tion, to a-certnin the sate of matters. About hall-past el-ven on Tuesday night, they were informed that llie men .»ere ag in :t work on llie reef. <\Ir 0 ly. Ins. ecti.r Taylor, anil three po licemen immediately proceeded to the gr mud, and found about twenty men hard at work on the wean rn reef. When they saw the police approach, they leaped out of the hollow part of the ivef, which at 110 place had been dug more tlian 11 few feet, and formed themselves in regular order. They were armed with picks, crowbars, ham mers, and bludgeons, and were dressed in the most fu...

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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

PAHLIAMKNTAHY SUMMARY. MINlsTKlWAL EXPLANATION'S. The Legislative Assembly met on Fri- | day evening, when there was a full attendance of members at an early I hour, in ordar to bur the expected mi- ' nis»eri»l explanations. The Speaker havi'ii; tnken the chair, Mr tlnine* addressed the house. He confessed to having felt sore at tlie de I cision cimc loon the previous evening. | nml on the «pur of the moment lie was on the point of resigning his pint. Mature deliberation had convinced his colleagues and hiin«rlf', tli it they would not be filling their duty if they did ao nml now they declared that no dele/it should induce t' em to do so, unless on n question involving unmistakeably 11 want of confidence in the govern ment, It was their du y to guard P.gainst the establishment of nn evil precedent. Dr Embling was satisfied with the course adopted hy the ministry. Mr O'Shanassy agreed with the former speak r, hut denounced Mr Haines's doctrine. It declared that the country was not li...

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HORSE STEALING. To The Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. Beechworth, 12th Jan., 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

HOTtSH STEALING. IWitor of tlio Oicn* and Murray J dvcvlUfr. Iiwch worth, I *Jlli Jan,, 18/57. Slit - Perceiving by a notiot; in your j> iper o(' tliis day. tlint <i member of the Legislative A - semt>ly lias introducid a bill for the purpose of putting down this crying evil, I must express my sur prise at tin; very inifiiciciit means pro pined to effect the purpo*e. The law as it stood in New South Wales, and adopted in this colony alter its separa tion, made it as penal to he I'd mil pos sessed of n t-tolea horse as it was to have a stolen watch. In 18)3, our law» we e altered a< if to protect horse . tralers, by not allowing 11 man to claim his properiy wherever he found it. and forcing the thief or receiver to account l'ir its posse^si >u. It was also al: ered a* regards auctioneers. It entitled them to sell without risk, except as to the nctual value of the stolen animal, when proved to the satisfaction of a court. It was a law for the apparent pu...

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IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION. THE GERMANS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZA TION. THE 0HUMANS' PETITION. lo the Legislative Assembly of ;be Colony of Victoria. The Petition of the umbesigned nn t ves of Ger.Tinny ami colonists of Victoria, Rcspeitfully shcweth Wherens by the second clnuse of tin* electoral Law Ame'idment Act. which passed the second lending in your honorable house on the litth day of Dccenib r last. mid which provides, that persons who shall have been natu rnized for nt least three jenrs shall for the purposes of that act be deemed natural born Brit sh subjects, n proba tion of three years alter nattir diz.itiou is imposed on foreigner* before they are admitted tn exercise the right, which is intended by the s-iid act to be COIIIVI red up n every male pers on of lull age, not su'ject to any legal inca pacity, the i i^zlit to vote in the election of ineinVrs of the Legislative Assembly. Now your j> thinners humbly .submit that by liat'ir.disatio i a person is hound to the duties imposed upon, and ad initted to t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

1 mhhw 1 RHimNtl INTEl.UOKNCE. yROJKCTBn USPARtURRS. Foa SootnAMPMit, VIA. SUS*.-Oneida, R.M.S., 27th January. Foil BBISIOL.-Motiving Star, February. Fun LOUDON.-Sydttt&Rin, .2StK Jan.; An glesey, 31; (»eort*e Aiarslmfl, 7 Feb.; Waliner Castla, lot March; Iloxliurg Castlo, Austral, early; Medway, 19tU Feb. FOB CAI.LAO.-Priuce of the Sens, James Adams, early. '? Foil CALCUTTA Union, rarly. FOR (5BAM.-Stni;liounil, early. FOR MANILLA.-Halcyon, early. . FOB SiNOAronK.--GiiKelli;. o.irly. ' FOR CAPE of GOOD HOPE.-Ireno, in Jan uary. FOBHONOSONO.-Excelsior, eirly. FER RNJTBAT.-Wild Fire, early. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

_ BUSJWESS""'mBECTORY"" irT;i:ITCriAli/Vs J.Veelnv.wll, Tili.l.cr i\ . Yard mid Guild.-.1 .St.,re, Ford Street., Fifilici'M Coimnci i-inl Hotel. iTJi;. 20G A IM-l.IS, TiiiMinitli, High atri-et., 2\.* Jleocliwnrlli, iichi- tin; iioiv J!ridtfi'. Stove ]ii]iinK. pump, mid every <1 i-RCi-ij.tioii of tinware, inndii to order; tin mid galvanised iron bucket*, \vhole;;tlu, warranted Round, .. 172 mi AUSTIN im. Moi,H & ~C<>" fieilefal' MercbniitH, Ciliii]) street, lieeelnvoitli, and lit Adelaide. 192 1/>1 AC'U-.Y &.K0CHI,1TZ. Daguorroim Ar , tipts, S^tar. Hotel Kuril street, llcPcli worth! 72'i 105. BEECllWOHTJI Suburban '' Freehold . ljind lor unlc. Plana and particulars at tho Land Office, 2, Ciinip street. S54 165 K.-FLINT. BROWN, munho & CO" wiioiemio and Rotnil' Drapers, Ford ntreut, Baecli worth. : ? ' ' i . 865.223 ANK OF NEW 80UTU WAL1C3, Ford fttrfot. P^oehworth. i>', 223 BANK OK VlO'l'OKlA,. Ford-ntreet - and Camp-street. , Jo...

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GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

QOI.D £3 17s. 3d. To Broker?, £3 17s. Gd. BLACK SARD.-(Bnggeri.) Good Sample, £50 jior ton ; inferior do.t jC4C

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 January 1857

BEECmVOUTII Wholesale Prices Current £ fi. (1. £ 8. d. Flour ..per ton 39 0 0to40 0 0 .Soconds.. do. 35 0 0 40 0 0 fJtmar-C,ossipor©...<lo. 80 0 0 82 10 0 Bright counter ..do, OS 0 0 70 0 0 Ration (dark) ...do. GO 0 0 C2 0 0 Tea--Hlack...per chest -8 2 6 8 7 Green 7 0 0 Hie®-Patna..: par ton 33 0 0 40 0 0 - Carolina ;.....do. 50 0 0 ? 1 Caadlca - Patent - Cp«rta per lb. 0 1 7$ 0 18 Ad&a&inUn* do. 0 1 0 18 Tallow do. 0 0 10 Sutter-Fresh do. 0 S fl Cork do. 0 14 0 1 7 Salt Colonial do. 0 12 0 14 Ep&s >.p*f do*. 0 7 0 Bacon, English... per lb. 0 18 - Do. Colonial ...do. 0 14 Hama-KnglUh do. 0 18 American do. 0 14 Coffe# do. 0 16 fall. do. 0 0 4J TobfcOco, American,do. 6 & 9 Barrett'o Twat...do. 0 4 0 --. ^.t&teea...., .....do. 0 0 4$ _ OoioDfl do. 0 0 0 -- Dried Apples. ......do. 0 10 - Pioklco.(quart!Operdoa. .14 0 - Do...*.(pint,»)^../..do. . 0 16 0 0 IS Salmon (lib, tinaX.do. 1 10 0 Oyttora ,...,1do......riur, 1 10 0 - Lobsters ....

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