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REPLY. Private Secretary's Office, November 12, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

IlEPLY. Private Secretary's Office, jXTovember 12. 18^5. 'v^Si it,— In .the absence of the Private Secretary, I have, received -3£the 'commands of his Excellency' the Governor, to convey to .i^'VOorselCaiid lhe magistrates who accornpanird you onboard the Hulk in Sydney Cove, for the purpose of inspecting and report-: ying uii me urairneni ana sinie or me prisoners uierexn coniinea, ;bis^be8t'ackaowledgenients — for the careful attention and intelli gence with which your able report of the 26th ult. satisfies him. you gave effect to his wishes on that occasion ; and -which, but for-an unavoidable circumstance, arising from the severe indispo ' tinon of his Excellency's Private Secretary, he would have taken ah earlier opportunity of noticing. -' I am further commanded to acquaint you, thathis Excellency hfts directed all the suggestions contained in your said report to * be carried into effect ; and as he concurs in the opinion therein expressed, that it would be of the greatest adv...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET RETURNS.—(Nov. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Nov. 10.) . We have but few fresh arrivals of wheat since last' week— the trade is, however, dull, and rather lower to day, particularly for the, middling and ordinary sorts. Barley is again rather cheaper, but in oats' there is no variation in value, lhe arrival of maize being somewhat moderate, that article was eagerly bought on rather better terms than have been witnessed for some months past. No. of Bush. sold. . .,£*? d\ 14 - - -' sold at per Bush. 0 12 O 8 - -.,. -0 116 40 - - - - , . 0. JO 6' ' 56 / »--ia - ' - l - ' 0 10 t)' 10 - - - - 'rt* r - , 0 9 6 30 - — 'Sf O 9. 3 20 -.-? -- - 090 Average Price of Wheat - .0 10 0 1-3 '? - ' Ditto of maize' - 0 6 0 .' 4 ' . Ditto of Barley ' , i - -? - 0 4 0 Ditto of Oats .- '- 0,5 .0 ' - Fine-Flour 35si per cwt. % - - Seconds, dp. 325. do. . ' ' .L. Potatoes, 5s. Od.per cwt. — Fowls,. 4».»Od.. per couple ^ ? Ducks 5s. 6d. per ditto — Geese 9s. 6d? per ditto . . Butter, Is. 9d. per 1b. — Eggs, ls.Od. per dozen ?_ 'W' C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

NOTICE. .- . -:W ** 'JjpHE Sitting-s of the Supreme Court, .for the Trial _~^.j2X4^!''''-!s?iu%s- ''*'! . ?SH2J?iS.1J.c5.a01-v^Hfl4.ayirt'lc 5&6t Instant, aTid' terrmnnlc oh' SAtiir'lay'tlio i'bth *i,'} f ' By Older of Hie Court, George IMii,j,s, v. Sjdney, NTo\ o, 182J * * Regi trir. PAR'RA MATT A' TiniF ' '(. LUM. A FULL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS QF ._ the PARRAB1ATTA. TURF CLUB is most L^parf.icuJa!jy requested at the residence of Hir.'Jolin Pcibl^.jat the hour ot si\ o'clock in tnc afternoon, at Monday the SLbtmst. ^O ' *' * ' n '' 'F. PJfc.ISLE\,« i ;jnestrd..-n-' ? ' ? Secretary. H'*^1 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. '' -* \ ajii Go\einmunf'hDUso,!pnri.unatt.'X, Oct. '1 1, 182.'}. | hji * Srn,' - s , ?-%g 'REQUEST j on trill do me flic' lav or to present ,*tfJBJ the* cjiriosed ,^100'asa sm.ill donation from Hue J*Wiafds |he .Agricultural Societv , to be diuposv'd of in any way 'j'roost agreeable lo ilia members ot4 that body, i ► ? »» ''' I bfrgyijg will also stalejllnt U was my in...

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THE GOVERNOR—THE MAGISTRACY—AND THE HULK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

'THE GOVEUNOR-'-rni: aiVCISTIl \.C\— 1ND 'HIE HULK. nThe fnllowingvLctters of Corresiiondence between a portion -j^ the JNljagisfnacy and the Governor relitnc to Die prisoncis ojt board lli« Hnjk, are interesting, as tl c\ acne to marL llu- pro gress rind improvement ot prison discipline 111 this Icfriury!— » jTOHilS .EXCELLENCY SIU THI^i is BlUMMNL', K. C. If, , Sin, — In obedience to your E\cellcncv'!- com n id, as q\-' (pressed in j our note of this da\ to the bupcnnltncknt oi Po ,'«ce,»tte, thc^ undersigned, niagistratcs, preceded on board the .llulk for' the purpose' of investigiting HiccmsiJ lhe ailf«od. irregular and niutmous conduct of cerl un individuals mentioned. in the. papers accompanjing your r\ccllenc\' mm. /The Hulk contains 87 prisoners, who areconlmrd m cel/o, con taining, upon the average, 6 individuals. A\ c iir-t ( xai n»ed tba insoners confined in each cell, ns to in\ and u liai Ji lrg(. the^ might haveto'allege against the supeiinteiident .uul lu* ,)jiice«rs r...

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ADDRESS FROM THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

ADDRESS FROM THE AGRICULTURAL ' SO '; To bis Excellency .Major General Sir Thomas. Bris ?:';;'? -.bane, K. C -B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over, his Majesty's Territory of 'New ' - South Wales and its dependencies, &c. Sec. &c.r: ' ?r *%',;*' *BImf it please your Excellency. ? it ? -.'^*0» .the .departure' of your Excellency from the. Colony, the ?members of the Agricultural'Society request permission to aip vproachyour Kxceilency with their unfeigned expressions of duty and attachment. ' - , . '. ~- 'This society was established during your administration'; has ' jtown up under your auspices; and from its commencement :: your. Excellency has been not only its official but its real patron; ' .—-therefore the members have great pleasure -in expressing their . wann feelings of gratitude for. the obligations they lay under to your Excellency, for your liberality towards the establishment, 'both in your public and iu your private capacity. During your ...

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THE GOVERNORS REPLY. GENTLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

THE CiOVERIVOR'S REPLY. '? GSNTLCMEK, ,1 »-T-;gf«eful for the testimonial oi aiucnrocni -viniuii yuu )»fVeijnsday presented to me, on behalf of the Agricultural So ey-J7 ; and 1 bpgyou \vill accep1, yourselves, and convey to your i.rti... »omi,a» «?« «vnrmp-t acknowledcmentt of the flattennc riwVner in which you have Weiilified my name with the iis-fui hf-fifvtioii of \oiir st-ciety- H afr.'irf.i me vnt only a sourci: of r.*i.»jnt iati.-.fac»ior, but will remain among the most lasting re- | ollfctions with, which this fine country will become associated, when 1 shall be removed to another hemisphere. The establishment of a body, uniting within itself, the princi pal landed. proprietors and merchants in the Colony, for the pur pose of developing the latent resources of soil, and establishing a permanent staple of interchange with other countries, formed an era in the history of New South Wales. It was equally well calculated to incite the inhabitants to emulation and i-nterprizo, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

r\8 SALE at JOSEPH INCH'S, 14, Pitt-street, by VJ the latest arrivals, ladies' stays of the best qua litv with steel busks, an elegant assortment of ladies' leghorn bonnets, fine split straw ditto, Devon ditto, a small assortment of rich figured white and rose silks, ladies' fancy French hand kerchiefs ladies and gentlemen's black and.white silk hose, la dies' .-IcL'aut scarfs and shawls, English print at «s. 6d. Pe'vard, coloured gowns made up, longcloth shi.ts, muslin of all des criptions, Kentl«mcn'» white and coloured neckerchiefs, ladies cwibr'c anS -linen pocket ditto, French cambric of a superior quality, cinghams. lawns, coloured japan muslins tor dreascs, with a variety of other artii-.Ies.. - . ' .» ?; .. ' Gcuilcinj'n's-bcst beaver hats. __!.„ -J COMPARATIVE SALE. T^JL-MBER PRINTED of ?? Th;^ Official *- ^ Journal,' Caccording: to oath) INCLUD ING the 10 Proofs (waste paper), lhe 9 giren away, the 16, &c. the 'JO, &c. the 28, &c. and the 19 diseon-...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

VAN^dlEMENS LAND. ,? We? received The Colonial Times by the Elizabeth Henrietta, which arrived from the Der went yesterday} ofJ the 21st and ? 28th ult. Tke following arc extracts:-— ' ' 'Arrived oh the 24th ult from England; the ship Mountaineers, Captain Herbert, with merchandise and 37. passengers. She left -Plymouth the 25th of April, and touched at the Cape, where she struck upon a rock, whichocoasioned her stay there for 2 months, hav ing been compelled to discharge all her cargo. She brings out four horse's — one a fine stallion, belongirrg to a Mr. Walton, a resident here, and other valuable stock for this island. .. . Apprehension op -M'CAOE.-rr-This outlaw has at length fallen into the hands of justice, lie is secured and lodged in Hobart Town' Gaol. The Military. — An erroneous statement has gouc abroad, that the Lieutenant .Governor has dispatched, all the troops* ; into the interior. The whole detach ment, of the 57th regiment, and a strong party, of the 40th are in the...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

SHIP NEWS. On Friday last arrived from Launceston, whence she sailed on   the 28th ult. the schooner Newcastle. Lading, skins and wool.   PASSENGERS, Mr Florence, Thomas Dairy, and James Hitchins. On Sunday from England the ship York, Capt. Mon-   cicff. — Left Cowes the 10th of June and called at Rio   Janeiro. Passengers, Mr. Dawson, agent for the Australian Agricultural Company, and several mechanics, &c. with their wives and families.         On Tuesday from England, the bark, Brothers, Capt. Moseley. Left England in company with the York, and is also chartered by the Australian Agricultural company — brings about' 570 sheep and 1 1 fine horses.   Yesterday arrived from the Derwent, after a passage of fifteen days, the government brig Elizabeth Henrietta. The Lord Rodney had arrived at the Derwent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

GOVERNMENT, A1VD GENERAL ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 16, 1825. -4 UCHIJBALD BELL, Esq. is appointed Polica ?J-*- Magistrate at Windsor, until his Majesty' splea iaie be known. By His Excellency's Command, F. GoULBURN. ~~ GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 16, 1825. WHEREAS various Grants of Land have heen made in New South Wales and its Dependen cies, on condition not to be alienated within live* years from the date thereof ; and whereas such condition was imposed, in order to ensure the due cultivation of ilie said land ; but generally this cbject ias been effected, although that condition has not been stncly observed. Now, therefore, in all cases in which fences, clearing, or buildings shall have been completed, according to the condition in ihe said respective grants contained, I do hereby re lease a|l the rights which have accrued to his Mnjesty, his heirs and successors to the same lands, in respect of any breach of the aforesaid condition ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

'1 he Politics of L'urope appear to be as destitute of interest as ever. rl lie Newspapers winch have reached* us, con'ainmg nothing of a striking natureyiand scaicely a paragraph that our Rearlers will think worth extractincr. l 1 IrcldiKi appears to continue 111 a most distrncled and intnble state. aLre-Mvalof associations', and daily 'and weekly meetings ot t|ie-e-'it is aid, are contemplated. Tlie Kiiij: was in K»otl health, and had attended Ascot'IJeath fiacc*. T t ? ' ' -'- ' ' ° -'- , Parh.imcnt was to be piorogucd'on or before the 21st of Junc. Thc Cithohc Emancipation Bill was thrown out of the f fouse of Lords by a greater luijonly tliau on the previous occasion, on which it reached the same stage. , A JJill was in progress through the House of Commons for removing Hie rcslne lions' on, the trade- between the Mauritius a/id England v , , ?- A Uill'for enabling the Unitarians to be married b;- their own sret, Jifls been thi-own_oiit. _. ? — A-Bill ^^'been introduced for .th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

KAIN^.AND RAMSAY HAVE FOR'SALE, AT' THEIR SllIP CHANDLERY, .AND - MARINE STORKS, FAINTS of all colours,1 oils, turpentine, pitch, tar, rosin, varnish, lamp black, cniery, lamp oil, oakum,: bulls eyes, compasses, spy glasses, paint, tar, scrubbing brushes, brooms, 'buckets, kegs, lamps, lanterns, pilch pots, shovels, nnils assorted, scrapers, hooks and thimbles, spades, &c. blocks 'from ''Ferguson's, of Deptford, .sheaves, pins, inast hoops, trucks,, fids and serving mallets of all sizes. ** 'Rope, from rattling, upwards. * * ' v- J ? Junk. Canvas, No. 1 toT. ? Raven duck. Bunting. ' Lines and twines. 1-1 and leads and deep sea leads. And,- lately received from , the wrecks of the Royal Char lotte an'd' Valetta, a quantity of sails, in good repair, sheet cop per, nails,' iron knees, ships' patent cooking apparatus, two iron cables t-8 and 1-4 inch, and anchors suitnble, grapnels, coir rope and' warp,' a quantity of running rigging, blocks, and va rious other articles, which w...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(Nov. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

MARKET RETUUXS.-iCNov. ir.^ siicxe nns Dcen a good'Hinwu oi wlieat tins vreck, consisting chiefly of the finer-sorts. The trade, 'in consequence, 'was ex ceedingly dull, and rather lower; inferior descriptions meeting heavy sale at a reduction of is. ppr bushel. froin','oun last quota tion. IVirli'y is so much in demand, that the whole of tlie sup plies are readily taken off on full-as good, or cvtiri better terms limn last quoted. , ' . v JCo. of Bush. sold.. ' ? . .'. ' . ?' '?.'??:,l£ . s.. d. 331 ?? \ - sold at per Bush. :o 10 0' 1S8 ? ?- :, . - ' \ -'.. 0.,- 9 6 20 - - - '?' - ' ' '- . O- r9 0 - S68 i . - ?-?».f.^i,'-' ::\ ''-;? ' o'-' 9 .o ' 35 - 'V*S%h?-- '*kXE&6 ' ' 7 0. ? Average Price- of 'Wheat -? -0^9.2 1-4 J)itto of maize ' ' - 0-T 6 0 Ditto of Barley , - , .0. 4. 3 ? ,Fine Flour 3.^s..por cwtr Seconds do. 32s. do. ? ' ?' ' Potatoes, 7s. Od. per cwt.— Fowls, 3s. 9d. per couple Ducks 5s. Od. per ditto — Geese 9s. 6-1. per ditto' Butter, 2s. Od. per Ih.-'— Eggs, I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

? The actions tried, in .the Supieine Cour.t on 'jjiMonday, ind in- which tlie owner of the t.hip Alfred Uvas the ilefendant, wilL bo.'particularly satiaf.tc,tory tlo -those Emigrants who may he ab.o'ut to leave 'En ghm|d at fhe time' the report qJT the' trial rt;aohes'that,*Couiifry,' and ,. ? if into whose hands^lhat report may happen to ialj. it. is a' matter 'of serious cons'ideration \vith persons de sirous/of coming to'NewSouth Wales, what may be not .only 'the sufferings which they must necessarily endure, but whether those sufferings are likely to be encreased ,by the improper treatment they may receive on board ship. 'The common* perils and inconveniencies of a long voyage, alarm numbers ; but' if these were to be exposed to the additional hardships of wet births, wet cabins, and short allowance, and this without a pros pcot'of reparation from any one or in any way, how many would abandon the thoughts of leaving a com fortable home, flattering as might be a New Coun try and...

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FOR THE AUSTRALIAN. THE PROPHECY. Forete L[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

FOR THJ^HPSTRALIAN. THE .POOPHBC.y. ' Vitjv.ii- TAnottis. Wbert tiipe be* his sceptre relentlessly swayed ^O'erthe nations of earth, for some hundieds of years: WKeii.new iijigcioius have flourished, and old have decayed, 'Aad trie 'risdoiii and science their statesmen displayed, ? ' : Alike. with each Monarch s name disappears. -? A country shall rear its proud crcs't to the sky,, „ « Wliostisons shall be valiant, whose danghtei* refined. 'When flourishing Britain in ruins shall lie. The Antiquarian from Sydney, in vain shall pry 'JVTongst the tuum of London, the Aubry to /ind. From Australia, shall wisdom extend her whitf w»nd, - . A?id shade o'er p.ll nations, sercnt'y, licr sway ; ?AW'the world shall with wonder look up to our laud, As supported by wisdom and valour to Aland, , , '.Tim sun of their system, the star of their day.' t And Australians rejoicing shall question their sire9, ? 'In what age Jind'this empire «i datti? f '* What gave 'Sydn-y that grandeur the world admire...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

Mr. Gray, the pilot, who, no doubt, felt the honor of a traveller touched by^ the flat contradiction he re ceived from his successor in the explorings of She River Brisbane, has verified,' on oath, his assertions about the white or copper coloured men and1 the bows and arrows. The particularity, the candour, and the inartificial manner with which Mr. Gray supports his statements, are well calculated to impress-people with the belief that what he advances must bc.correct. . He and the persons who were with him at the time these wonders were .discovered, describe with great minute ness, the makcv-the size — tlie habiliments' of the people they allege to have seen. In giving credence to Mr. Gray, and really considering the way in which the story is related by him, it is difficult not to do so, we are necessary, 'led -into the region of conjec ture—with nolhin'g' to-^nsisist us but the bare fact'thata race of men, altogether differing in habit' and in color,; in make antl 'in 'size', fr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

? -An- Act of 'Parliament was in progress through the. House of. Commons- in- May last, of rather 'a curious 'description, and well calculated to shew off to ad van-' tage the Law.-knowledge of the .'. Collective Wis dom.' Thcobject-of the Act is to authorise the pu Inishment of male prisoners for offences 'committed by *thenv during the period of their -transportation—to enable Colonial Courts to hang a prisoner if he should ^omrait, murder — transport him, if he should commit a transportable 'offence, and go'on; as if the 'existing law did not already. authorise' all this, as if the Colo-, nial Courts in trying and sentencing prisoners, had. hitherto been doing wrong ; as if, indeed, men, be cause they were prisoners, were hitherto exempt from punishment, whatever offences they might cho^ose to commit. 'But this^Act only applies to male prisoners; [so,' we suppose,' the *| Ladies' are still to' enjoy free, dom from the visitations o'f the law. We have ?'in- serted the. Act, it is ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

JLady Brisbane and 'family went on board the M&nY Hope on Tuesday last — to make arrangements pra-- / paratory to sailing1, The Governor experts to- leave this Port about-'' ftunuay. _, , ?- A reconciliation, we are happy to find, has been, effected hetween.the Governor. and tlie Colonial .tSeore-.. tari'. The best exertions of their respective friends have been employed to bring about this cvpnt ; w!iich is highly creditable' to the liberaP feelings of both parties.. - ' - '\'~ -,*'.» ' ? ?» The ^Governor entertained some friends ^at din ner yesterday.' The Colonial, Secretary was''ainpng the number. . * ' ;. . * Major Goulbufn, we understand, proceeds to En^- ? land- very shortly. _ * » * '^^T.' By-the English Newspapers of the .ljtli-ctf Jnnei^ it appears that a. motion of Mr. 'Bro'ugha'nwwas agreed- 1J to fora select comnuttc to enquire into'-'certiun alleged f acts ofjpppression committed by Lord C. Somerset in his govBrnment at the Cape of Good. Hope. It is fit, , that...

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IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS. SUPREME COURT. (Monday, Nov. 21.) Wentworth v. Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

fMPOHTA'NT TO EMIGRANTS. ', s SUPREME. COURT. fMondtiy, Nov. .21 .) if Wcntworth v. 'Jones. v - I his wa3 atraction to recoverdamages tor a breach or conffact* 'The defendant is owner of the ship'Alfred, which- left England .for these colonies in the carfy part of- February 102'ii The J-iain-,- ' tilT was a riassencer on board the Alfred. . ' ' *'''' it-a])peareairom. tlie statement oi counsel^lJr. wardell^^ rpr the plaintiff, and also from the evidence of Mr. Ma'ckancss Qhe. Sheriff), atid'Dr*. WanlolJ, ami other witnesses' tvh'o ^vere'^ also passengers, that the defendant had engaged to convey^ thc'pSs tongers from England to Sydney ,.and treat them 'as gentlemtn^-^ to-keep a good table, and give plenty of ^fie^h ptovisio-ns lhe whole of the way. Instead 6f doing this, how ever.,1' the' shipwa^ not suj-plied with upecssarim ; and the ^passenger^VkiTnothifig . hut salt meat and doughboys to t dinner two-.or -tUtee times a ,week for ten ueoks, aiid^every day 'for about a fortnight '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

PORTRAIT OP THE GOVERNOR. AT a Meeting- of the Civil Officers Kohl at Govern . men t 'House, this ninth day of November, to take into consideration the best moans of obtaining a portrait of 'liis Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, it was .resolved, that the meeting consider it pref. rablc to have n painting of Id's JisicJ lency executed in Ne^v Soiitli Wales, on account of tlic risl^ and dtslay attending the transmission of one from Europe, and with a, view to combine n. resemblance of his Kxcelleney with a monifnient-of the progress of the line arts in Mew South Wales, under His .EkcelU'ncy's'adiuinistKition. : ?It was further resolyed, as the sense of the meeting, that the Xiicu tenant Governor,' the Chief Justice, and Deputy Commissary General Boyes be requited to act its si. cominiUee to carry the object of the meeting into eNccution. And that as soon as the expenses can be ascertained, an assess ment be- made by the said committee; and the subscribers re quested to pay tho amount ...

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