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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 September 1828

!?/ ê< ! \\J (**>? NOW7 Publishing, by A. BENT, attjie Co- lonial Times Office, in 'Elizabeth-stret, No. 7. of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasina nian Monthly Review and'Register1''-pticeï ôs. CONTAINING jtr r-v Parliamentary Intelligence-Very interesting ; Debates on Poor Emigration to New South ,., v . ,ïr,. j^-j-.», í^Walesand Van Dieinen's Land. s "-'>'' - _* . Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napoleon Buona " y. ..,*,-, ' paite -Review of his Life-Napolean in his , , , , Youth-Passage of the Bridge of Lodi - ' ri ' ' Napoleon's simplicity of diess-Napoleon's ~ , " / "humanity-Anecdote of Napoleon-Napo * " ' ' leon's Government-Napoleon's want of, * " **" " "' * (" "candour-Napoleon as a. Censor .of the '<;- ' o , Press, &c. v s Rambles in New South 'Wales-In four Letters, ' " signed X. Y, Z. wiitten in that Colony, and ' * V " . > published in the New Monthly Magazine for March, 1028. Dux Rpnatus - on the Ministry. Edinburgh Fox Dinner-excellen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 September 1828

?".#fi-:v--J: m ¥''??-- :-V-,;. --c ' ¡^^*ffifr '. a*"ï. IMiá^fc :?- .. '?^OS^ùbJ^ lH^lonral times ¿OAcè, in, EUzabethi^tret; No£7¿of the ^.Cfö^/4<^ If** 'Debates on Poor Emigration to Neyr.South $r$Jei^^ ;^4;,^v.-,: ¿¿ÍV¿,;.. . ; Sir:^^fer^:Sicott,8 '. táfei^f ii îïapojeon^fBuoha» Vu -Wi-ii ?? Touth-TíPa^ageV;^ ¿^^ÍÍA¿ :,¿ ."" -Napoleon!*, sim^ |í||^|^^iví.y¿i .Ï,;;U ¡j;hunianity^-Anecdote of Napoleon-Nàpo* fï^Éfp^: vi; '.'",'? - candour-^-Napbleon "as 7aji Censor, of- the lîl^Pjpy V ~ 'Press, ^v^v-^-^^'^.:^; '?: . j, ii.;J|;: Jv-Ji;:'v:.^oivvB^mble&Jn New South Walesrrrlnifour;Letter¿Í¡ ^'^^?^'?' '' '^ ^-v'^' ^í'^, ^"'' V¿Ígini?«Ü-.jC¡ :!T¿.<!Z.:'.writteBl>'io :thàt iOolonyi1-abd ^SMa1 ; ?;.:)?;,a-'íOpúblishedin the New Monthly Magarine for ^§|JpiJ/i^ : ¿i$ff';^i¿0'^ .';.'!"' ,'<'<'" i"I: ^í^feiáftv. ' ^viEdínbüjr'glv'.Fdx pWneT~excelléntl;:tipeeçh of 5¿ vi^fe^Si^ ???'"' n ii?!)?P?.*ogsj M -, Cheápi, JGpvernment-~fromi Cob v^l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 September 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. $f)ip tl8B*it*teflfflu ^ágN, TJOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fane ffi^F- ' fast-sailing First Class Ship Wan- stead, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Gonn-) mander, having returned from Sydney will saUi direct forvthe above Port in Twenty Days. The Wanstead having taken in nearly the ?whole of her Cargo at Sydney and Oyster Bay, has only Room for a few Tons of Goods. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will bes warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior' style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant LANGDON, on board ; or, to KEMP & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, Sept. 12,1828._'_ dfrrígíjt ano Da##age. *ágL pOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ^ftflflwr -T fast-sailing first class Ship Wan- stead, 400 Tons burthen, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Commander, having discharged the whole of her Car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 October 1828

ätofttir* ©fttttal motea. COR SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned, Jv Macquarie-street, the following choice selec- tion of GOODS, on the lowest Terms, for Cash, or approved Bills at 3 Months, viz - Best London-made hunting whips & bridle bits Patent powder flasks and shot belts ; Superfine treble strong canister powder Common ditto, in canisters, 4 lb. each ' ' Shot of all sizes ; musket, pistol, and gun flints Officers' steel spring swords and symeters Iron lim locks, with knobs and rings Mortice ditto, best furniture Cupboard, lill, chest, and trunk brass and iron Jocks, of sizes Chest handles, patent and common padlocks 3i to 4'inch polished brass butt hinges 1 Wrought and cast-iron butts, of sizes TH and HL box and staple hinges Commode handles of various patterns Window and curtain pins, chair and cornice ornaments, brass castors, bed screws, and brass caps Brass weights and brass & iron bale steelyards Brass and iron buttons Patent roasting jacks and brass ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 October 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. £f)ip »anateatr. íffi. -ÜOR LONDON DIRECT.-The line WSQf J-1 fast-sailing First Class Ship Wan Head, Lieotenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, having returned from Sydney will sail direct for the above Port in Twenty Days. The Wanstead having taken in nearly the whole of her Cargo at Sydney and Oyster Bay, has only Room for a few Tons of Goods. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant LANGDON, on board ; or, to KEMP & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, Sept. 12,1828. _ dfvngin ana pacage, ~áááL T?OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ffijEBIf -T fast-sailing first class Ship Watt stead, 400 Tons burthen, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Commander, having discharged the whole of her Cargo for this Port...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 October 1828

.iii; brio- ¿jftfigijt aim lla^age; «¿ . :.;?.?» T."," -rW».» *>?"TÍitísiAs' A-ráíNSO^"". .i:;-.ïiQi>î^.> ï?in.i/i "í''-,Á^éÜt!íorm Charterers. ;i>;qa^pbept#e;^ jJ«)R: LONDON DlñEGTV-the gqbd ".'Jj? ' Ship ¿¡arah* Captain GEoaGE1 Kirip,; :.üOJ^LAwpESfONi:anä'wlUr.bo'"dis*:! _^*tpatchVdfciromédiaîely','.rthé Schooner¡ '^.V«.~£or'£r^igbt,ç>ri)[,a'j;sage.^pp,ljr;<to ;.'" S j ''"'"" ??' * " ''' '' ?" ' ' ' '?.".'"''?"?" -" ":'" ' ".¿OHN'BEM»! ".fFretarn to thisPort from Sydney1 iitfâll Sep- tember, to take in such Freight a'8 may* offer,: until the Í5tü November^;when she will posi- tively sail.r-rPassengers proceedingto Earp pe in ;the Sarahs will finí the arrangements made for, them in the essential points of society and accpm notation very satisfactory. }'r'- v;; V':" v;-,uj/ ?; 'rC^T; Wool ¿nd other Produce intended for ?shipment on the Sarah« warehoused/ aitthe Stores of the, Undersigned, free of Expèhcé.' ..?-??..-.i\h--r.i:.' ",. r,.: .?-, ?¡^r!.--- ;.;....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 October 1828

í í «> ."' Colonial 3ï>Uor.itr. NOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Co Ionial Times Office, in Elizabeth-stret, No. 8, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma ' »io»,Monthly Review and Register"-price, ös. ' "^ ' CONTAINING « vv\ , ', AMBtf CA.-g-tyeisag».g£ ttfe' President of the 1 ' ' United States, communicated to both Houses, l£at^he commencement of the ' First' Session oi ^ the'20ihv Congress; tb'fhe Senate and House" Great scarcity,of Wheat in New South-Wales. History of the origin, rise, and progress of the .»Van Diemen's Land Company, concluded. Sir HirifSöN LOWE-publicly insulted" by ~ roany of the inhabitants at the Isle of France. BJéVièwvof?and Extraots/rbra,"".!^« Blossom" a new?<^uarterly Publication,_edited by Mr. , " John, Walked Fulton, an Australian. ?he state of the Australian Press. : _|he French Press. ^ ' ' English Libel tCase, or 40s. Damages. x i Fencing Land in New South Wales. , Validity of^Wills, interesting trial. <? Popularity, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 17 October 1828

Colonial Advocate. NOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Co lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-stret, Nov8, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 5s. CONTAINING .: cr, #, AMERlCA.-Rlessageofthe:Resident of the IJpitod States comnvuïiic'atèd^both Housésír; > ,at;tlíe commencement of tôel TFirst 'Session ;of* ^ the 20th Congress.to the Senate and H ouse." Great scarcityojf Wheatjn^ew. Soiith,Wnles. History of the origin, rise, and progress of the " Van Dieraeo's Land Company, concluded. Sir HUDSON LowE-publiçly" insulted by roany of the inhabitants at the isle of France. Review of, and Extracts'from, "The Btbisom" i a new Quarterly Publication, edited'by Mr. John Walker Fulton, an Australian. The state of the Australian Press. TheFrench Press. English Libel Case, .or 40s. Damages., Fencing Land in N^ew South Anales. " *, Validity of-Wills, interesting trial. \ -, Popularity of Sir James Kemp, Governor.ôÇ - Nova Scotia. # . . ',' * * \ ............

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 17 October 1828

dfm&Dt mia ^W0*g?. I^OR LONDON »ia SYDNEY.-The 6ne "m,,,,,,- - Fast-sailing first-class Ship JUeimatd, bQO'Tohs, W. HLNN,IIÎI,R, Commander, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, she will be the first Vessel Çrpm that Port to Lon- don direct ; has room for about 20Q t Tons< of Freight frqm this, JUJCI ml\ remain the,re until the 15th November. t ' , j ßa" The Meimaîq has very supero* Accpmmo dation for Passengers, àndjc&.rrtes'an experienced -SürgéWn ófthe,Jloyat"NaJvy.'¡ > u , *#* For Freight or Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to tire Çommander,vor to . >¡ - \ ~ W. WILSON, Agent. ^ritgOt ano tya&taqc to Uotftott*! JjfiflL, I7OII LONDON! DIRECT.-TÍhe good 3H2SE»"'-I? ' Ship Sarah. Captain GEORGE KING, wïll'r'èturn to this Port'from Sydney in all Sep- tember, to take in such Freight as may otfer, until the 15th November1, when she will posi- tively sail.-Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 24 October 1828

df reigijt min liamaQt, <0R LONDON «ia SYDNEY_The fine ______ Fast-sailing first-class Ship Mermaid, 600 Tons, W. HENNIKER, Commander, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, -will be the first Vessel from that Port to Lon- don direct. Has room for about 200 P,Tons of Freight from this, and will remain here until the 15th November. $3* The Mermaid has very superior Accommo- dation for Passengers, and.carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy. *** For Freight or Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. df retgöt ana IJaööagc to Uonöotn _Sä&> I?0R LONDON DIRECT.-The good 3t___|, -*- SD'P ?S«'*<IA, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Port from Sydney, and will take ia such Freight as may offer, until the 15th November, when she will positively sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will, find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 24 October 1828

^olotnal 3î>bor.iti\ ' r \F0W T>ub,ishin&' by A- BENT, at the Co VJ_^I lonial Times Office, in JBHzabeth-stret, No. 8, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tastna s r niau Monthly Review and Register"-price, 5s;.. ',''". £ONTAÍNINCi-y^ ¿- */C¿ A M E!RTC A.-Messägef of ';tlieirPräsident of the 1 -."United'States .cbmin'ún¡caÍé'd':to'b>th'';HousesV' at the commencement ofthe First; Session of * the 20th Congress,;to the Senate and House. Great scarcity of Wheat in New South Wales. History "of the origin, rise,'and progress of the Van Diemen's Land Company, concluded. Sir HUDSON? LowË^publlçly insulted* by 'many of the inhabitants atthéís|e of Frârifce. Review of, and Extraots from, "The Blossom" . a new Quarterly Publication, edited by Mr. John Walker Fulton^ an Australian. The state of the Australian Press. The French Press. English Libel Case, or 40s. Damages. 'Fencing Land in New South Wales. Validity of Wills, interesting trial. Popularity of Sir James Kemp, Governor o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 October 1828

«roIottt.il 3ï>toor.ttr. I NOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Co Ionia] Times Office, in Elizabeth-stret, No. 8, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 5s. CONTAINING AMERICA.- Message of the President of the United States communicated to both Houses, at the commencement of the first Session of the 20th Con»less, to the Senate and House. Great scarcity of Wheat in New South Wales. History of the origin, rise, and progress of the Yan Diemen's Land Company, concluded. Sir HUDSON LOWE-publicly insulted by many of the inhabitants at the Isle of France. Review of, and Extraots from, " The Blossom," a new Quarterly Publication, edited by Mr. John Walker Fulton, an Australian. The state of the Australian Press. The French Press. English Libel Case, or 40s. Damages. Fencing Land in New South Wales. Validity of Wills, interesting trial. Popularity of Sir Jamee Kemp, Governor of Nova Scotia. Extraordinary case of Marriage,* heard in the House of Lor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 October 1828

dfVíiQDt ann Oarage. ^SáAft 170R LONDON «ia SYDNEY.-The fine 'wJlar. -T Fast-sailing first-class Ship Mermaid, GOO L'ons, W. HEKNIKER, Commander, having the greatei part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, will be the nrst Vessel from that Port to Lon- don direct. Has room for about 200 Tons of Freight from this, and will remain here until the 15th November. ß3r The Mermaid has very superior Accommo- dation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon oi the Royal Navy. %* For Freight or Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. .. i ' ' ?? - dFmgöt anti ya^age to UOUDOÎI. Jti&b I7°R L0ND0N DIRECT.-The good JfegSß, JP Ship Sarahs Captain GEORGE KING, hasreturned to this Port from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 15th November, when she will positively sail. .-Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 November 1828

dFovciçn ¡minite ßpitit flfait THE Undersigned .haying received by the late arrivals, a considerable addition to his Stock or VVlN ES and SPIRITS, is enabled to offer "to the Public, the following on the lowest Terms : 1 f f Wines %n the Wood. *k Port, in pipes and hogsheads «K1« »^Madeira, ditio ditto Vi ^ Cape* ditto ditto Cherry, ditto ditto Sicilian, ditto ditto < t /fines m Bottle. iyVi - ^ ¡ Champaigne ^ ( f Claret, first and second quality * ^ Madeira Port aiid Sherry ' ' 1 Spirits. *. ^ Real Cognac Brandy, in pieces'&vh0gsheads Real Hollands ditto ditto f f rReal Jamaica Rum, in puncheons. i (ISoi Jess than Five Gallons.) (Ja" Bottled Ale and Porter. -, t V* A Credit of Three Months on Purchases above ¿20. HORATIO W. MASON li lauro, £ato#, #c. THE undersigned has just received, in addition to his lormer Advertisement, the following GOODS, which will be disposed of on reasonable Terms : Polished steel fire irons Scotch braces, with bright bitts , 8, 10, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 November 1828

dFvcigüt ait» ^amafie. 'OR LONDON «io SYDNEY-The fine ______, Fast-soiling first-class Ship Met maid, 600 Tons, W. HENNIKER, Commander, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, will be the first Vessel from that Port to Lon- don direct. Has room for about 200 Tons of Freight from this, and will remain here until the 15th November. (Jar The Mermaid has very superior Accommo- dation for Passengers, and carries an experienced 'Surgeon of the Royal Navy. *m* For Freight or Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. ¿FveiQW ann pacage to Houison. «¿äiL I?011 LONDON DIRECT.-The good VBSm. J? Ship Sarah, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Fort from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 15th November, when she will positively sail. --Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisfactory. QT Wool and other Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 November 1828

SAX.E BY AUCTION, , ,? BY MR. J. -C. ! UNDERWOOD^-'-" ; On Friday next, ,rAe?21¿r Instajtt, bn the Pre' misés'\of~W. 'DUNSTER, Esq.rin*Elùabeth street, the following choice collection of Mer- chandize, without Reserve, as Mr. Bunster is O' Bonnets, Gentlemeus' fahey Handkerchiefs ; Ta ií«¿-j^rbleíLinen, Table; Covers. Shirting Calicoes, Boat : "Cloaks, Beaver Hats ;. Perfumery, Hams,.Cheese r and Pickles; 100 dozen1 Port, 50"dozen Sherry, .' and 30 dozen of Claret Wine ; also, a variety hir]'1) -of Merchandize, too numerous to particularise, sfc;.:;;£n:catäleguiesvof which may be had at the Royal yy \. Exchange Auction Mart, two days previous to the! i day of Sale. , I f^r L (Jar TERMS.-A Credit of Three Months will! y; jj i .¡be given tb Purchasers of £15, and ito Purchasers! ; Ä . of ^20 and upwards, a Credit of Four Months, 1)7: ; for approved Bills. ??''?? ??:'. \ j NEW AND CHEAP STORES- , kN SALE, at the wholesale, retail, commission,' ' and agency Stores, corner of Argyle and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 November 1828

.dFmaDt ano 3Pa**a0*, XÄ^ -K10R LONDON tito SYDNEY.-The fine IsB&m. J? Fast-sailing first-class Ship Mermaid, 600 Tons, W. HENNIKEK, Commander, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, will be the first Vessel from that Port to Lon- don direct. Has room for about 200 Tons of j Freight, from this, and will remain here until the 15 th November. (jar The Mermaid has very superior Accommo- dation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy. %* For Freight or Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. ^Ftctgïjt ano tfageage to UonBom jt&fiL riOR LONDON DIRECT.-The good 3Ssaî- JP Ship Sarah, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Port from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 1st January next, when she will positively sail. -Passengers' proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the j essential points of society and accommodation very ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 November 1828

NEW AND CHEAP STORES, a CORNER OF ARIÍYLE AND COLLINS-STREETS? ÏX addition to Goods formerly advertised, the* Proprietor has added the under-mentioned. ' Articles, ofihe very best Description, viz.--., ^ , Vlaid satin scarfs and silk shawls '? ? ',. FJaid ditto mid crape,ditto \. ?^ Silk'dresses, ditto plaids " ;.'.' > t ^¿Blue da-mask^ yellow ditto, black dittoj, > ?s" Blue lutestring, green ditto , *"?-'". - ''Crimson, orange, and sky-blue ditto Black satin and other colours ' Black florentine - - . - - * ' . - Ditto camlet, blue ditto ,v -. Satin dresses, gauze ditto Mull and book muslins , , Fancy muslin trimmings ' Black and white striped lenos Au elegant assortment of ginghams, of the neat- est and newest patterns Shirting calico . Superior bamboo blinds A new article of dress for gentlemen, never , known in this Colony, viz. Circassian trow- sers,; highly calculated for the approaching warm weather "; Very stout duck trow6ers ; ' The best assortment of oilman's stores e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 November 1828

F dFmgïjt mît tyatwage. _afi|L f^OR LONDON m SYDNEY.-The fine _Y*^»Í -?? Fast-suiling first-class Ship Mermaid, 600 Tons, W. HENNIKEU, Commander, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, will be the lirst Vessel from that Port to Lon- don direct. Has room for about 200 Tons of Freight from this, and will remain here until the 15th November. (j^T The Mermaid has very superior Accommo- dation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy. *** F°r Freight pr Passage to Sydney or Lon- don, apply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. ¿jFvtm&t ann Uaajïage to üonfcon. y£§Ñ> I70R LONDON DIRECT_The good Casias* -F Ship Sarah, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Fort from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 1st January next, when she will positn ely sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the e >sential points of society and accommodation very satis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 November 1828

. K£W ANB^BSAF STORES. C|N SALE, at ftwsj wholesale, retail?commission, r^atid^ageriicyv! Stores, ^b^er-of ' Argyle^iand <CollinVstreets^thkïu|M^ select Articles ^!ä|UjpCohwmptiöti^l^ ^ bestiality, ji£|||^ # ^ -ííline^^withÍutestring,;and trimmed after the / ^C lat^fáshib^¿»#|^ , ..'?'.; ^^entjeméh's'véry Jíi^eribr black anddràb hats: ^¿^¿¿"^^ '...".." ;"-^v--*.'?'.. ?'?.?; !}. -^' - A^ :.'? Í ; ; the mpstreieh^paUernsjß^tte^ ^ ;1 ~9-8ths andl7t8tb.cali¿óe*- 15"*! ? " ç IS.,^,., v- Beal Welsh flannels -;; ;f ;,.-,?? -, .-. - ¿ ,.;"';; '.-»?' »--V ?ïfJ]"ê-bes"t\possiule''qùalUy' ..." ''/^'X -"..'7"'"' ""r p: ,v '' Slop's of'every'description, cónsisíing brfus'tian :\iv-!'Ví:::;.:iC-íjatekets.'and,tro.wserSi) &c., '[?..'. ;, ;;/ g , :;¡ ;:?<^>i ;.¡Beaverle?n ditto ditto .;?. i; .:»?"''; ;'..?;; ]r ; Ditto striped-trawsers. ¿,----.-'.-;?-'i,!.'>:; ?;; . ':,'.; Stout brow« ;dück frocks .:,; .{¡IJ^Ä: .;-?'."? ' >'.' :'. Ditto jackets and browsers,,-...

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