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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

To the Bditor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR,-Youi Correspondept, "ADRI- AN," seems particularly anxious that a Museum of Natm al History sÍ,iouldrbe established heie ; will he pardon mc, if I say, that I think the Colony ¡9 rather too young for such an undei taking (at present. Such an establishment could not be conducted without some con- siderable expense; renting or building rooms for the different subjects, and paying proper persons to take charge of them ; it is quite impossible it could be otherwise : Bur there is a sucicty *hat tito Í sister Colony is on tile eye pf possessing, {by the last Sydney Gazetteß, which I think would greatly tend to shew, that although'wc aie ".separated from .tiie Mothei Country by the semi-circum-j terence of the globe," yet that we ate h,oth willing and desirous of knowing (what is going on there ; I allude to a 'Subscription Reading Club, which, if conducted in a proper manner, wquld, I am sure, give satisfaction andpleasuie to the respectable...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

l;To,í/te Editor of the\ Hobart Town Gazette.; . Sill,-Wfll you ailpw me to suggest through the medium of,your valuable Paper,'a ¡subscription for thç purpose of erecting a Monument or Tomb- stone, to mark where the remains of the '?fiist Governor of ;the Colony (Lieu- tenant-Colonel COLUNS)I .were buried. li went to the church-yard a few days ago, and enquired where Colonel Col- lins was laid ; the reply Î received was, they could not tell." ~'\\ À &ET;TLEII fy/ the first Fleet.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

? SALESOBY^iAtrCTgON,. ; ^Ä^cr^^oo^;;'^ On the ^ing-«. '¡rVharfj ^Monday nexí, ; the 28tVí notant,:^ iii : c'CJlpek,' .pp-.J sitivé^y^witihóut Reserve^''? "' ' " c Aw'Fm¿:fó^sailiiig 'SLÖpJ?;,^^! it\. iiii'the'kèçl, 30 feet over all, breadtn <ofbeära*8feet, depth of'hole" 2| fe'et.'Tî, prompt,.payment. , .'t 77T \] v; B.yMi\'J;;&'Uiiàcr^ Àît the Royal "Éi'&SAgj^ 'on the same p&yj^'jii:$'%]ÇÏQçl&* 'without Rèsëfve,' '*'' 77 7.??77''7 Ä ^Quantity of bottled ; and ¡draught j^-SÇOTCH . AtE^^of7 superior Quality, ~ fbr' Which' 'a' Çr&uit oT three Monihs'(^vi'll be' giVelift'o. Purchasers, of x20 |and* u p wards .'--Also, ja quantity of Claret, Mottled porter',; pickles^ ,ííquor s tanas, "and' a" yaïiety of Merchandize^ ;' {¡ [Bp-m.J:T.cmcptt,:-: \;.(. Atljis fylart in Murray-sWeet,;bnTites* day nexti the 29th*, Instant. ' at 12 o'clock*precisely,;'" s' : . 77 "i. rpHlRT Y Hoald ¿Ïimproved G,ATr JL ! TEE," consisting 'of Milch Qoyyd, ïïei...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THE Committee of Management beg to return tlheir grateful Thanks-for ¡the undermentioned additional .Sup scriptions,, & again to inform those who have not paid, that their- several Sums [(if more convenient) will be received in Wheat, on application to Mr. J. L. ROBERTS.           Amount advertised.....L799 17 6 .J. Mountgarratt, Esq....... 5 5 0 Gilfillan; Esq., Rio... 5 0 0         Lieut. Gunn, Bourbon Regt. 5 0 0 \ Captain Moon; Brig Ann.... 3 0 0 'Mr. William Murray ...3 0 0     Mr. Andrew Birrell .....2 2 0 Mr. John Sinclair... 2 2 0     Mr. John Kerr ..'..,.'. 2 2 0 Lieut. Thomson, R.M...2 2 0   Major M'Leod. 2 0 0 Rev. John Youl . 2 0 0 Dep. Assist. Commy. General Hull . 2 0 0 Dep. Assist. Commy. General ,   Fletcher..,..'...._2 0 0 Mr. James Muckersoy ...,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

Proclamation,         By Colonel GEORGE.ARTHUR,     Lieutenant Governor of the Island     of Van Diemen's Kand, and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c.         WHEREAS, it has been represen- ted to HIS HONOR THE LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR, that several Set-       tlers and others are in the Habit of ma- liciously ¡and wantonly firing at, înjur- ing, and destroying the defenceless NA- TIVES and ABORIGINES of this| Island; -- and whereas it has been commanded by His Majesty's Govern= ment, and strictly enjoined by His EX- j CELLENCY the GOVERNOR IN CHIEF, that the Natives of this Colony and its Dependencies shall be considered as un- dër British Government and Protec- tion :--           These Instructions render it no less     &a...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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THE SUPREME COURT, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

THE SUPREME COURT, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   MONDAY.—William Pillinger was tried on a charge of having stolen a bull and an ox, at Spring-Hill, on the 15th of August, 1823, each of the said animals being valued at £10, and both belonging to Edw. Lord, Esq. The principal evidence for the crown was Thomas Burrell (stock-keeper to Mr.   Lord), who underwent an acute cross-exa- mination by Mr. Solicitor Ross, and whose testimony not being thought sufficient to establish the crime alleged, was with can- dour summed up, and submitted to the Ju- ry, by whom an Acquittal vas immediately pronounced. Alexander Pearce, a convict, was ar- raigned for the murder of a fellow-prisoner   named Thomas Cox, at or near King's River, in the month of November last, and he pleaded—Not Guilty. The circumstances which were under- stood to have accompanied the above crime had long been considered with ex- treme horror. Report had associated the prisoner with canibals; and recollectin...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart [?]te. FRIDAY, JUNE 25. Sitting Magistrate—E. F. Bromley, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

FRIDAY, JUNE 25. Sitting Magistrate - E. F. Bromley,. Esq. On Friday last, after our Paper had gone to press, intelligence reached town, that fourteen prisoners had escaped in a   boat from our penal Settlement at Mac- quarie Harbour, and had since commit- ted various depredations on the other side of the Derwent. - Early on Monday morning they burglariously entered the country residence of W. H. Mason, Esq. ; and, after beating him severely, stole many valuable articles, belonging to him and two other Gentlemen, visi-   tors, with which they decamped - On the preceding night, they had also robbed a Mr. Brodie, on the highway, of his   watch, and the servant of Lieut. Gunn   of some fire-arms. Luckily, however, five of them were soon after taken, thro' the intrepidity of Lieut. Gunn, who on hearing of his loss, immediately left town in pursuit of them; and yesterday, as   we have reported in the third page of our Gazet...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

To tfie Editor oftlie HobaHfoionGqzette. ?> SIR,-Trustmgyou have atheait the* good oí all, and coaVinced, although you are young, you are willing to listen to the hoary, I frankly state; as my confhmed dpiiiionJ, that^a Savings' |5ank'cstablish-] ,eçl in(tluàjtown^ would promote the most beneficial consequences. Í know many a'pobr man who, after, earning the sum of 'ten o} fifteen sniffings'\ w^l'exc^usc wast-< IhV itin,runi,by alleging that, if he.did not| 'Areétjy spéhdit, lie should be robbed of iiJî ^nâVe^**1^00»^^ tlíat if* Äri^süÄei^'ins'tead rjf indulging in J tóbits ^êifttoxjoatiqn^Wiere ftccustpnied "fo.óutby their bupeifluous cash, until ^^èrife0,pî^^,%att^«{rj:aâô^ Hvere ov^f^p^îîc'fp^rklrty.wonld'bo preserv- ( ejPíhS Mil'soîutd'reçlafraed-áWail or l| irioát oftWs'|Jmotíotras,ito, which spring from âiunLéir^as.^rVvepïëà."/ « r<^ dli*. < ia MbWNorfolVIshrider".

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DIRGE FOR MUNGO PARK. Air—Rouss[?]au's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

n« DlfíGU-^R taN&Ö* PAÄK1.' ; j adí ..iiîïTKi,' vJ_uojîl í»v..d 7 líos i." :unÏMv4^\vRouss'em>siïDlvuui.,?.. ii<><{ Hope no more- iiifpea^eme'slp^peth1-^ :? Arbhisiipaffis ¿trcdi toihâ'ar.eioter ; y . ._. If He halh »itt^TÖ^^nknßwn.iiY^ ¡.:;'li.e hftltafftujiqrfk ^ms., &'rave. > : i o T:heje^ifeh^d ,in; peace 4for 0qyer ,,. j f , Rests beneath the dashing w^v'e. . We, iikevhimV^our. (banksM e .-guiding, Pilot(thr9)ïgh.:this fflig^tyi.flßeaajj,,, A i; J Lordmf .earth;5 aud.'air/ .and. s.ea.l;, Thó'ü'té&ítsttatill "the. wild', wave's motion ; All our hopes afe'f&'d on fthe'èi r-Lv

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

\0 dügRESPONDENTTS. ^The wisesfrof.aü wise meto and kings hath vsaid,t" Answer a^fooLi according to his J folly."-X.)Z. *,may ¡therefore ipeeivc a fetter, by ealing atoip tOffice" on.tylon ftJKJLENAji," asa poetic adpiii ed, but his wojks would pollute infancy and disgust ^ age ; we therefore have destroyed "'LVVLSTMENT"'should* Jess 'frequent the gambling table, ]íí h&Vouldfovoid thé J bore, as he calls'' Mt$ ofk«ellrng*offiby , auction, 100 pefoeeut. under prime cost inLendon. ,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

AGRIOLÍLTURAL' SOCIETY.' ' Quarterly Meeting of the General Committee will (take plaoe at the Ship/Inn,, Hobart Town, on Thursday, th,e luth July, .att One .o'Cloek in the Afternoon. .1 <n Those Persons! whose Claims on ac- count' of Character andj length, of Ser- vice iwere.exhibited atthe» Aiiniversary Meeting, areidèsned to attend at the above Time and Place, to receive the lteward adjudged to them. : ,v 4 ¡ w H. J.'EMMETiT, Secretary. CAPTAIN W.B. LAMBE, of the Prince Regent, hereby Cautions the Inhabitants against giving Credit   to the Crew of said vessel, as he will not be responsible for any Debts con tracted by them.       CLAIMS AND DEMANDS.       CAPTAIN LAMBE, of the ship Prince Regent, leaving the Colo- ny, requests Claims to be presented. Mr. Anderson, 1st Officer of the ship Prince Regent, leaving the Colony, requests Claíms to be presented.   &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. J. C Underwood, At the Wharf, opposite Air. Bostock's S¿ore, on Monday next, the 6th lnst. at,U o'Clqck, ÁFine New BOAT, 23 Peet long, puíls five Oars, and composed of tlie best Materials. By Mr. J. C. Undcrioood, 1 At the Royal Exchange Auction Mait, on the same Day, at 12 o'Cloek, without Reseive, MARDWARE, viz. axes, adzes, caipenters' tools, blacksmiths' " implements, and a variety ot Merchan- dize, to close Consignments. By Mr. J. T. Collicott, Athis Martin Murray-street, on Tues- day next, the 6th July, at 12 o'Cloek precisely, without Reserve, Great Quantity of Ladies' Shoes _and Boots, a few ploughs, a va- riety of wheels, mould-boards, coulters, plough shares, side-boards, &c.-Also, ca\t whips, " scythe handles, reaping ¡hooks, and a variety of other goods. A X3L By Mr. J. T. Collicott, . At the same Time and Place, ( Young Entire HORSE; goes weil, and is remarkably quiet. By Mr» J. C. Underioood, At the Royal .Exchange Auction Mart, on Wedn...

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JULY. [To be continued in regular monthly succession thoughout the year.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

ti%/<¿ $&!*¥.< . .;?; p?V be CQViÀn^edin: reynla.r\m.onikly Sue* cession thqvyhoiit they/car.] ?: '. ,_. >'. íS t ? Thisy month.' was .under the j protection; of.Jupiter» and was,¡.originally called1 Quiutilis, ásibeiug«'the fii'th.jjionfch of the year, according, tOf.thei óldvRoman. caM ,-lendari : ? It was- Mark 1A nfcuony i who J during, his, consulate,...¡ordured !>that;.it} should ; be; ¡thenceforth bo; ca'Ueld Julius,' ¡nhonpur ofí/Jülius Caisat-, it:)böing^the, month in which he was ¡born.: : ;.. '< .; > -: . ¡i ^Tlienlirs. t,. .Vyas ¿ho.; ¡day .in which ¡.the} ;le;ases!;of houses iii Home ge-Afeeallyex-i pired,, and were.trenewed.- ; On. the diftliî -jthe restivalipf/ithe(P,opliiug,ia.was;icele-; bva.tedj injinenipry .QÍVÉIIC; Retreat- of: the, people. fertile; A venti u q H ill, ¡at, the ! tinie >vhpn Rome.; was. taken,-by the,G;aulsi ,The ¡ïestiva] of ! Kortuuä ' mpliebrjs waa ,h,e,Idjqn the sixth ;; it; was! established...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

.íJSfíGLISH.NEWSw;. rr\< XÎ '^Tfie?<*ÈhyaPGmijei' 'Sir-'JOHN J% ;'15b;Y LIE; !^r aii.'. .frrQ'mi-i,Vj'e1o(tö:i;i^l-ymoüth iii* 04 liq'tirsV being'&£? -tlëgrëësy 07** gef -bgrapliib.* or. sea' ymiîë's£ àiid'frqm' Plyj 'mtíüth to1 Portsmouth în-'ào-hoùrs, being !13ô( m i IM \_ the' lornierHväs- at 'the! 'rate p'f ' s ix riii lea six'' fun on gs( â li-d a^jüäi-ter, ¿hé latter at^iëâ^-îy-the};sa'niel;iUte.'' ? ". ' j <l 'Tftie1 dbUblV-'so v'èrVigiis tó'bp coinèd'atç tohàVefb'r'thë ob'sei ve impression the, 'IzinqW'Èlfiyy;'with the inscr¡ptio\i;<C?¿w4 (¡m'ñll WïGÏ'Wiiànmfo >:-¿>í-;añd !fdr the rêvéYs'e, the; im age ol'l St.' 'Gförye àittijirjyiP fróriebacfc,' !atíá'ekingtlie^ Díagf uti; and; the date df thëyeaf; uàiiU,,-bti 'thellë'dgë 'of the ' pieee;;iJtóCHá 'et TÛïur 'itietv/Annti'Regini^'ixiÛi the yéar-df the réîgnij !':;'; .-?".?.."' _;;--'' ?-? v *"/./;. ru.--..' | ''^M^àticât* 'Çliripktp-^iïëk :Wís¡ al Tód'és'.' maiïuTà'cto...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

    Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, June 21 st, 1824. To His HONOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ARTHUR. SIR; In consequence of an attack having been made by a body of armed Men on the houses of Mr. Gunn, Mr. Mason, and others, in the Coal River District, and from the state of alarm into which that neighbourhood has been thrown, by the formidable number and equip-   ment of the party, we, the undersigned, are deputed to offer the Services of the Inhabitants of Hobart Town, to be em- ployed in any way YOUR HONOR may deem expedient.   We have the honour to be,   Sir,     Your Honor's         Most obedient humble Servants,   E.F. BROMLEY;           WALTER A. BETHUNE;       W. WALKINSHAW ;       JOHN C....

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 2. Sitting Magistrate—James Scott, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 2. Sitting Magistrate--James Scott, Esq. SHIP NEWS--Arríved this morning from England, the ship Prince Regent,   Captain W. B. Lambe, with 55 passen-   gers for Hobart Town and Sydney. The Prince Regent sailed on the 29th January, and touched at Bahia in South America on her voyage.       The brig Snipe, Captain Haigh, pro- ceeded in prosecution of her voyage to Valparaiso, on Monday last.   The Ship Alfred,, Captain Laughton, will sail for Port Jackson, on Sunday. 3'The,.bjrig 'Governor phillips, Captain MainÄvVUviU. sail shortly for Port Dal ; rymplj2v^(i v, . _ ,.,,."..,......^..y......,-.-,.. >.-...... '"" , l&ejnainSp. harbour., the ships, Prince ^'lZcgmt,^fi)jred, anâ.:- Ardent ; and^ the ;t>rig."Governor Phillips,,;; ;                   ...

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THE SUPREME COURT, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 July 1824

THE SUPREME COURT,     OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. No business was done on either Fiiday, Saturday, 01 Monday. TUESDAY.-Joseph Bond Clarke, Wil- liam Frazier, James Cock, Johri Thomar, " and Thomas Bird, were arraigned for iov-< gery, aiVVpleaded-Not Guilty.1 The' first count of the Inlbi matioh charged, that on the'22d of Febnnuy," 1823, "the prisôheis had feloniously forged and counfeifeitcd an agreement, purporting t(> bear the mark of john Ypik, who is a stock-holder, at the Relief Stiver',' and-by which agree ment between the said John York, or}, the one part, and Joseph Bond Clarke of the other part, it was inter alta specified, ,that for and in consideration of £200, to he secured by Clarke's note of liánd,"pay able 12 months after date, York consented to" lend Clarke for the same time £500, in nptes payable at intervening periods,,and to be drawn by York, in favour of .Chuko, or bearer. There was a second count, for, uttering the aggreement ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " J. L." Mr. M'Leod's letter? and Awha shall appear» , ' , It. W.'s Epigiara, after due consideration, was deemed best omitted; in'which' "opinion we feel assured, by this time,'' tlie author will join us ; and -we hope not? to be deprived of his communications ia future. " A Quiz'' we don't bike. " " The 'Hermit's Dream" is^beautiful pro-. duction, and shall be preserved for,a future (Gazette. J t (i ^Terewah Í5usybq»y"ís sensibly unlike * most other intenneddlers,' and We thank him. ' <The letters of C. M. and'Zeno, we are < h?f/py to acknowledge. * > > " Thoughts on Death" are just and laud*» able, but too extensive for our Poejts.', .* Cbrn.çr. , / v ' 'X. ft.'s Cômmumca'tionhas been received, and is itsveettd us it deserves to' be.' '"

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 9. Sitting Magistrate—A. Moodie, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, July 9. Sitting Magistrate-A. Moodie, Esq. Ship News.-On Wednesday the new Colonial schooner Liberty, Mr. W. Young master, returned to port from Port Dalrymple, with upwards of 1000 bushels of wheat. On Wednesday HIS HONOR the Chief Justice opened the Supreme Court of Civil Jurisdiction, the want of which has been so long and seriously felt in the Colony ;-its useful influence will daily manifest itself. The Gentlemen of the Macquarie dis- trict, north, during the last ten days have united in forming a small Horse Party, for the purpose of riding in one direction or other of the district, daily-relieving each other in this duty as their farming operations permit. This aid to the Civil Power, and the protection kindly afford- ed to the district by His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, in allowing the soldiers from New Norfolk to re- move further up, have already had the effect of freeing that side of the Derwent   above the Falls from the depred...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

Government &.General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town,   July 8th, 1824. MR. EDWIN BOULTBEE, to be Chief District Constable, and   Keeper of the Found, for the District of Clarence Plains, in Room of Lieu- tenant Simmons, R. A., resigned. By Command of His Honor, The Lieutenant Governor,   John Montagu, Secretary.     Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, July 8th, 1824. DAVID Armstrong, holding a Ticket of Leave, to be Constable for the District of Glenarchy, in Room of William Duncan, resigned. L By Command of His Honor, The Lieutenant Governor, ' John Montagu, Secretary. Government Public Notice. FTTNHE under-mentioned Persons have 1 obtained Certificates during the last Week : Thomas M'Kenny [ Tyne Geqige Wm. Brown Fanny Francis St. Leger Guildfoul Patrick Doonagh Mineivn. William Bradley Indian John O'Neill. Mai tim. John Montagu, Secretary. ?Sectyfg 'fs Office- July 8,18...

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