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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

SSydney V'Markelts. -0 rOonRROTRID P TO LAST'itV, NINIO.J S FLOUIR, WIeIAT, Lso.d .tluzr(0fine),. 1p00lhs ... ..... .0,17 .0. to,018 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto 0........ 0.,'O 0- .... OI ) 9 Ditto (ration),dit .... .... o 3 0? .. 0 14 0 B.adi,'Jp2illos'- '.... 0 0 4' ". Gd 0 Biscuit (ineo awt.' ..i . ....' 0 ) 0 .. 1 0' 0 Ditto (secoud), ditto .... .... : 0 0 .. 018 U I?ay,' IptonI .... 5.,. ....' 10,0 .. P 0 Ditto retail), , owt. ........ 0 0 .. 0.,8 0' .Wheat Straw. I cwt. .... 0 .. 0 4 0 Fodder, perdozen .;.. ... ... "0 0 3 '?0 0 0 0 Uedding;,per load .... ;... ..... '3 0 .. 0 ' 11 Wheat, Coloulul, (Pi bushel '.... 0 65 0 .. 0 5 .3 Barley,ditto' ... 0... ...,' 0 0 .. 0 0 Ditto, Cape, dltto ;0... .... O 0 .. OU 0 Oats, ?I bushel .(wholesalo) ... 0 4 6 .. 0 '5' 6 Dittoiditto (retail). 0.;. .. O 0 0-.. 0 U 0 -Maizeditto(wholesale) ... .... 0, 3 .6:;.. O0. 3 9 Ditoyditto(retall).;. . ....... 0 4.6 .. 0 0 0 Bran, bushel .... .... o0 .. U 1 a BUTCHE RS .A'T . . Beer, carcass, per Ib .......

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

Gornon BIR'nwTrK1 Miit KT. "SALT BUrTTE?--Sic ewt. of salt butter was sold during the iik; at Is. 4d. to Is. 5d. per lb. , BAoNo--"o our and a half tons' of bacon were disposed of:at Gil. to 6}d.'per lb. - CHnEEsE-One ton of cheese sold at 5d. to 5}d. per lb. FowLs--Six loads paid dues, for price of which see market note.

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

CATTLE .1AUKET. , MtrLCII Cows--Eiglit cows w'ere sold at this mar ket, at 50s. to 70s. per head. CAL Es-Ten Calves were sold at 12. to 15s. each.

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China. ANOTHER CASE OF PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

4 Jl)ia. • -a_ ANOTHER CASE OF PIRACY. (From the Ilongkongq Register) The fast-boat which left Canton on Friday evening for Hongkong, when off Tongkoo about 9 o'clock on Saturday evening, was attacked by pirates, who foreal their way on 'board, wounding some.of the crew that opposed them. One of the pirates who spoke good English, told a young gentleman %hllo was on bIard as a passenger, that if he lay still and made no resistance, no injury would be done him. Of course, they carried off his clothes and whatever goods he had on board as well as what -belonged to the crew. They_ also .cut the rigging of the boat, disabling her for some time. .Before'leaving, the same Chinese told him that a young Portuguese .-servant to a gentleman in Canton, had become terrified at the fire-balls they tlhrew on board and *jumped.into the water. As he has not since been heard of there can be but little doubt he had been "drowned. As none of the native fishermen on the river can speak English, this oc...

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NURSERY TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

NURSERY 'TALE; ;: Flo!,/t fl& t.J:, `T+eze w'pA i~e~ .,idy.,ah.oboadnwtw*y-faur. uIr lion $abie$; acid, shei jh:! to 'gel I6e'ep: birew for tlitni but she 'coIld' k'ot, licaaie 6f thCirn Law:' So'hlie?iVest th the I6ords; iidh said~-?. 'i Ibzrds, Ltots; Bitbe l this' ldwr, or Thaitdst'et Scheap breaid for"in?'babies." ThelrthliL irds' ild' te' her, "Pob?h f irw'iite'the "itded fntreist ; fiat"'do'wec ict f6s your bables P ThCTdries to'a 'iaian' ll'sthtid byi 'ts?" 'So'she. 'weht to the Tories, AiWidhc ainld S"Toiies; 'Tories,-'ldesrt lthe "I"rds, 'dh TFldls worit repeal the law ; ztid I canitot +get?irii-pb?Thul fdr iny bables: " Then` tlieTor1es tdid' to her;, "'ft?daiin;e' dt no objection' to ekt dfrt ;Ve do'it?eeiry dhy ;' bttfit present l'e are'under the 6rders of thhoi'Dke." 'So site Went'.to tlieeDuke;: id she'siild,- . "'Duke,'D~ike, order tihe Tories 'tlhe TOries wdn't c epeal the lat'; .ad '[I 'cannot ' get cheap'titead f6r my babies." Then the Duke said" to -heri;"...

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THE LAND QUESTION.—WHAT WILL GOVERNMENT DO? [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

THE LAND :QUESTION.--WHAT' WILL.GO -ERNNMENT.DOP (From the Tipperary Vindicator,' May la.) Amid the multitudinous variety of theories daily startediby political economists for the cure of some, at.least, of those monstrous evils which misgovern ment has entailed on this afflicted land, there is not one that forces itself on every mind with a pressure so irresistible as that which imperatively demands a legislative enactment, of a new and wholesome character, to regulate, in some shape, the concerns between landlord and tenant. The dreadful wrongs connected with the present system can scarcely be picturedl by the most speculative imagination. Their fearful effects, great as they are in number, and sweeping In their devastating influence, are not even observable by every eye. The Devon Commis sion, which we were assured was to herald a better order of things, in this all-important instance, did little, if anything at all, more than hurriedly glance at the mere surface of the terrific ...

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MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

MAITLANDLHOSPTTAL, - "(Abridged from' the'Ma?iiaud AMretriry;) On .Wednesday afterrtodonlast,;a~meetnig'6f 'the genetal:committee of the Maitland Hospital was held at the Northumberland 'Hotel, West Maitland, for the purpose of reiv?long the report of the acting committee for the past qiarterl and for other- bisi ness connected with the Hospital. Mr. J. CHusnasBRs was called to the chair, and briefly addressed the meetinig. on the object for.which 'they were assembled. - 'The "repicT was then read by the Secretary,'from which it appeared that the balance.in hand in favour of the institution amounted to 1701. 17s. 9d. After some discussion relative to thq report, ,Mr.-B. ,ussEsL said he was desirous that theidis-; putes which had done so much injury-to-the.Hos pital should cease, and li he ,was anxious-:that the committee should not -follow _the.sanie courses that' hird given offence The 'present report of the act-; ing committee he objected to, as it.started with a false statement. ...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, OCT. 27. SITTINGS IN BANGO. Before their Honors the three Judges. DAWES AND OTHERS V. TERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

uupvetl e coutrt. *-0-- - TUESDAY, OCT. 27. SITTiNGS IN 'BANGO.'. Wlefore, their Hlonors the three-Judgps. DAWEB'AND OTHERS V. TERRY. Alhis was a motion for a new trial, the argument upon which lind been previously commeiced, and was-now concluded. The application was refusal. THACKER AND OTHERS V. JAMISON. This was an action on promises, in which'the de fendant was' sued as .the executrix of Sir'. Jolii. .Jamison, deceased, for the principal and interest of a promissory .note for £485 '18s. Od;, drawn. bJySir. .John Jamison in favour ofWilliam Gibbs, .upon Messrs. Stillwell and Son, of Arundel-strct,TLozi Edon, and 'payabloat thirty dapys after sight. -:The. jury had given a verdict for the plantitr upon all the issues, with £O18 8s:;2d:i lamages. The present applicaitio a' miade on the part of the defendant fora. new trial, on various grounds, but chiefly that the verdict was contrary to-evidence, and wholly against the dhiection of the learned Judge who tried the case. Messrs. Fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

PRINCE ALBERT LODGE. i.', N '.4 oF TuT AUSTrALIAN SUPErratF GRAND LODGE OF TilR INDEPENDBNT OaDEDBt o ODD-FELLOWS., ,1'HE Third Anniversaryof the Forma U tion of the above Lodge will be celebrated by a Dinner, at Brother Host Trowler'.,*" the Black Swan Inn," Brickflield Hilli ON MONDAY, O'v NOVEMBER,-' " on whchl occasion the Brethren o" the Order are respectfully invited to attend. l'ickets to be obtained from the underment oned Stewards:- ... : Brothers Tto?trAs JoulNson, George-street TERENCB DALY. . ... Huan F. O'DONNELL, Market-street,. JOSEPH SPEARS, JomN ,WsLiAna.s, Balmain. N.B.--Visitors admitted, subject to the approval of the Stewards. - .. : By order of the N.G. JOSEPH WILSON, 386 Secretary. DINNER ON THE TABLE AT SIX O'CLOC.C BOURKE WARD. 'MEETING -of the ' Electorsi of this ': 'Ward favourable- to the ceturn of 'Mr. W. MOFFITT.r to the.City Council, will be held this day. at 3 o'clock, P.m., at the Fitzroy Ilotel, Pitt-street,' anir another meeting, for the same purpo...

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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

.-THE REVENUE. From an abstract of the revenue of thecolony, exclu sively of Port Phillip, for the quarters ending Sept. :20th, 1845 and 1840 respectively, published in the Government Gazette of yesterday, it appears" that in the quarter just ended there has been a decrease as compared with' the corresponding quarter of 1845, of L12,857 4s. The principal 'items on which the decreaseili as taken place are, duties on spirits imported, 40031. 1ls. Id. ; ad valorem duty on foreign goods imported, 5071. 13s. Od..; duty on spirits distilled in the Colody, 12301'3s. Od. The decr?ase as regni-ds the dttitydon spirits is to-be at tributed, no doubt, to the reduction of the duty. According to the abstract, this reduction of duty does not appear, as was anticipated by many of its advocates, tO have htad the Lffect of incireasing .the colonial revenue by puttlng an end to the nefarious practice of smuggling. 'It' appears, that the amount of spirits impor'ted anl distilled In lea Colony has cons...

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Original Correspondence. BOYD v. HAWKSLEY. To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

'2~ -o- " - ](O3YD v. HAWKSLEY. '\ -< _ f, b the Editor of the Sydney -Chronicle. Smi, Strolling yesterday into thie anco Court, I beard the arguments in the above case. Like most \ law proceedings, however, I found these also in sufferably dry; and amused myself by concocting mentaalijlythe following ianexiyriicon the overgrown zeal ..f-1 Ar. G-i Cooper Turner. This morning, dhaving nothing. better to do, 1 have written them down-they are as follows: All lawyers cunning are, 'tis said ; Full of strange wisdom and of law ; 3l3y quibbling get their daily bread:- But one beats all I ever saw 'Tis Mr. Cooper Turner. 7 Vo action didlie ever lose No fatal error e'er commit.; .He might have done so.did he choose, To swell his bill of costs a-bit Might Mr. Cooper Turner. "But no! lie scorns with proud disdain, :'"o do-his client by a blunder; Jle labours hard with might and main, .And justice gets in spite of thunder Does Mr. Cooper Turner. 'A man he is, so I am told, Of easy ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

G iys ho e is siciflsoc a'pu ushea ce a weed, on'Wednesdsaay anad aturday; 'aud ik ruAesioelywcircalated "throu ghout Neewo South Wales, Viin ien's Lid,, L SadA S uah Australia Newn Zealand; aid India; and iSnglanda &codnd, dnd Ireland.-r Te Quarters i e s i*h 3Uith Juner, 30th Seplember, and 3Is tDecr ber; at whoich perioda ognly subscri bes n'declins e receiv. g it, fter pdyang the `amount due.-4dverisers shdud ;zark on aeh n u e fis rheo nu fisron required; otherwise I hey are coninuI cnma rd Lu discontinue or alter advertisements.mustbe sent in before ,ix o'clock n ithe evenings of 'Tuesday and Friday;: but new advertisenients are received-till six o'clock on the evening before publicatio,-.-dl! instructions rmlutbe given in writing, and all letters post paid . -'-------- s m .. m '? ? . , N O T'I E. I'FltJl 'sLBiCRi~ERS to tthis Paper, 1 nod the Public in gnerail, are respet .filly' inifrmdn , thlt tlle followiing rules' wil in flAttte be' tritly anhilired to- IV SYDNEY...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

DEPARITUfRS. October 28.-lihmalaya, barqo oCaptain Burn, for Adelaide. Passengers Captain and Mrs, Devlin; Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mr . Beckcet, Mr,. ald Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. I-art and two daughters, Dr. Nicholson, Mr. and iMrs huris, Mrs aind Miss sknntling, Mr. and' Mrs'. Nimmo and "five childien, Mr. and Mrs. M'Donlddantidaughter, Mr. and Mrs, Coulsack, Mr. Lindimine, Mr. and M1rs.It ý ia?ind four 'children, Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan and two children, Mr. Johnl CaroJl ;Mr. R. Rlieli?Mr \V Ikiddlell MIr.1V:nk ? ad MB rs Benjamin' Mr:f J:. Ht1re', M r:'T;l~tdiiiWe' i4Mr. G' DWinr?: 28.- nnee, ichooner, Captain itogers for More i: 2.b.LTh'lnii? staencei;! Captain Allen, for Mforeton Buy.l.,,:Passenger.--Messrs R. Grahum,tMorrison, Itsnacs, Mrs;. lch ! , two sons and dauglter, Misa Isaacs, andtwve woin th, sternage:. " 20.- ijdl', sc?one?r, Caitain 'Maitlldoth, for Melbouaino;-?,gPasenger/--Captain Gain, Mrs. Cain, child, and ser.v.nt...::; Cap ttaindnif 1 f. S21. ,7,? ,h~hucrd, r, Capscainn eiarp...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

.auit I Rpitg Ltilgt ttce, ARRIVALS. October. 27._ Siar 'f China, schooner, 101 tons, Ciptin Wo?d, from Port Nelsoni te 15tth Octollr. Passengers- r. Hair, Mr. Brown, Mr. Peacock, Mr. Sminith, Mr. Beattie, Mrs. Martin and son, Mr., and Mri ll1 and. daughter, Mrs. Smith anid two chillren: two Misses Fife, Miss Allen, Mr. Ward, Mr. Saunlers, Mr. Carter. , 27. -- 'Rambler, schooner,. 40 tons, Captain M!Cook, from Tahiti .the 17th September, Raiatea the 23rd September, and Tongataboo tho 6th October. Passengers--Mr., P..N. Russell, Mr. Terry,, Mr. James Hunter, and. three seamen "belonigingito the schooner; Protvdence.,.. , . r.. ' 28.--Sr-John BJyng. brig, 168, tons,:Captain Forbes, from.,llongkong tha21st June.- Passengers' --Captain .J~ies,?irnd!,:sryint, Mr.: Maclehose, and two natives of New.Caledonia. . , , 29.'- mm,; brig,: 121 .tons, Captnin(Fox, from *Adelaide the 10th Octqber, and Kangaroo [slan:,the 15th October. ,Passengers-Messrs. C. Clements, J. Clements; Watts and son. Mo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

MR. COUNCILLOR FISHa R'S PIC-NIC. PAR r,.-On Wednesday last Mr. Councillor Fisher entertaihed about three hundred of his fellow-citi .zens to a pleasure trip down thie harbour, as far as Point Piper. In the morning the weather was very unfavourable,. with heavy rain and thunder; the afternoon, however, turned out ~ctremely pleasant. "71ie worthy Councillor provided everything In the most" aemple and splendid manner : there were no less than fifty baskets of champagne, forty of which were used, besides a large selection of tih choicest wiuies of every description from Mr. fisher's own cellar. Several tents were erected at Point Piper, and the arrangements made for the comfort of the party by the stewards, Captain Innes, Messrs. Tur ner, Mitchell, and Egan, were most judicious. The splendid band of the 911th tegiment was in attend ance, end added inuch to the' festivities of the day. Invitations were given by-Mr. Fisher without any distinction of party, and in the evening the nume rol...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

MriitijI Extractl. -o CulAsE. ]uIr.T IlY ONE MAN.-Every. stone of the chapel for the Bath union workhouse was laid by one man, John Plass, a mason,. aged 78, who was residing in the house. The dimensions of the chapel are O7 feet in length, by 35. in width, and it is capable :of accommodating 455 persons in.the body.. At the Wi'est end is a. gallery, which affords room for 250 children. In the west porch a stone is thus inscribed :-" To record the services of John Plass, inmate of the workhouse, who, at the age of 78, working withl much! zeal and. industry, laibi all the stones of this building." We are glde to hear that he has been treated liberally by the guardians. -Builder. SusrErcr MUaoERa OFv SI.X PERONS . s Pos son.-Notlhing can exceed the "sensation that pre vails at NortlihValsam, Norfolk, consequent on the recent discovery of a system of wholesale poisoning, by which six persons-.are. alreadykknownn to have perishel, and the bodies are now, being,.exhumed for the purpose o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

AG3NTS FOR TAB cI sONLCLs GOULDURN-Mi. CARNET. 'BErnlJM-Ms. B. M'MAtno. .PATERSON -Ma. J: O'SUinimiiA PnaaRRM.ATTA , M ra. P. CnARnlD77 POa7'PnILLlw -Ma. 3: Bu LLEN. WobLoNdONGoL M A.' THoMA I' FCVLIb _':rQzANDEYAN--Ma: J. J. yM:A,1 NT% 1ýllsiºn--ýa'.:'',ýAjavr - . Wd rBOIxiiiowir; Sic = Ma.: M III1Dt. WI-Dwa'ý-=Mat'JAium CAearnT. PVNRnU'd",MU: J3ANE. M'CARTII. isaai's'?.IANs-=Ma: J: J.' 3 AImok, BVJNOONZA--ME. EbWARD HunuDzs. ADfaLADd-Ma. 'j3i1 "NOWLANRD. " 'YASs-MRU CV''RiýRoum ' GNahaiooo-Mit. Jonw*Mvaui'1 1.'' CiZAREnroe' TOWN " AND DuNiGOOO- M* ITIOQNEIf .-;;:: .; P-ubl/a l inAMe LU( i 'e'JKir-"'(QI' - 1a~. 3ov~ , iý, PTýv4iipuTsETUTWa. L9 XT V4x.J. rB4TTE$u. 10, L;AJ1Z7BT Tý{i,ý DLIWI.z. Printed forthe' Frop/ietor by SDWAED JOHN ilYX, of tRedfern, Int W County of Cumb1,ilId,I Uibed by bym " tbetihbronkn 4 011101, him3 wt Jua*, iydno. pN. .Nw18~Ih Wl"Ndy

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DISTRESS OF THE PEOPLE. FALSEHOODS OF THE RODEN JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

DISTRESS OF' THE PEOPLE. (F"rom the Dubbim Evening Pos ) P.FALSEOODS OP THEI RODENJOURNAL. The British Con?stitutioni-wo are about to enun clate something uncommon-is made up of threeo Ctesta: the Queen, rLords, and Coibmoni.' Tihe peopilo are divided also Into threegrand divi sions-viz., the Nobility, tlie SNonILTrr, and thel Mobility. For .tle. middle term--which,. to say thei truth, does not'ound very euphoniously, we are in-; debtdl to our friend, Pu?ch-but it, runis.glibly on the tongue, an'd will supersede, in our nomenclature, ertainly, the fdslaion!ublo slang of aToadtes andi ufthunters.. For example-(we need not describe the Noblityi r thel Mobility)-we shall, hereafter deslgnast. theý ost egregious Toady .and Tuft.htlnter in Ireland, stv SutenuNA, asoa;Snob, for shortness sake. here be many variqtles of thel genus-but the 'Mail , maniafestly. the facile princeps., To ;take ai nlern instance: This Snob Imagines that :thio emdiest way he can recommend himself,to the Lordsý n...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

INSOLVENCY= PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CI.AIMS. In the estate of Richard Hutchinson, a single meeting : James Gibson; 31. 1Os. -eRil this claim had' been proved, the Chief Commissioner ordered the insolvent to pay 7s. per week out of his wages until thie same was liquidated. In the estate of Archibald Elliott, a special meet ing: William Meinwright, 141. 1.0s. In the estate of Samuel Peek, an adjourned special meeting was held, but no claims were proved, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29. In the estate of Richard Sh!aw, a single meeting : Samuel Lyons, 41. 10s.; S. Stevenson, 51. 13s. 0ld. The creditors directed the assignee to sell off every thing belonging to the insolvent. CERTIFIcATES. The following parties were allowed their certifi cates :-George Buddivant and William Nicholas. NEW INSOLVENTS. October 27.-William Klensendorlf'e, of Lime stone Plains, in the county of Murray, farmer annd grazier. Debts, 12d11. Assets, landed property, 1251. ; p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHROINIC4:. GOILIURN.--MR. CARNBY. BERRIMA-Ma. B. M'MAIOHN. PA.TBSaON-MIL. J. O'SULLIVAN. PADRAMATTA -.M. P. CARDIFF. PORT PHILLIP -Ma. 3. BULLEn. WOLLONOONG-MR. THOMAS FOWLER. BATIIURST--MR. T. JONES. QUEANJIEVAN-MR. 3. 3. WaRoIH. MAITLAND-MR. T. MAHONT. CAMPDELLTOWN, &C.--Ma. M'AiSrtn. WINDSOR-MR. JAMES. CASSII, PENRITIE-Ma. JAMES M'CA~kxrz. JERRY'S PLAINS-MR. J.. J3., 1 41?US BUNGONIA--M. ' EDIARD. HUoieB. ADELAIDIi-M'I. J o~n NgWJf4NDt YASS-MRI. C. Rouaalp GEULON0-MIc. JOIN MonuwY CLARENQE ToVN AND DuVooq - M*. DIIIa Pnubkslhed in the ULiied Kin v~om, by Ma, JoNjus, 63, PATRRNOsTESI-.qW, LONDON. MR. W. 3. BATTEILSOY, 1O0, #pq'sDIDOE'iI LIAMEN -S II ET,, DonDLN. Prianld for Uu, Proprfctor. byEDWItDw JI)ON HAOH! LILY, or z:efrern, in Uit County or Cutober4WI, Sld pub. UIwed by hilm at tb& Ohrondeu (t109E, NO. IdP, XIf#4-I 4te, 11116. c @pt WI.11tnfý} r!1

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