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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

(Cnmramtal Snblligraa, SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FL0tJR. Tlife'atrival of wheat from the coimt.iy this week has not equalled tlio tfiipply of last week, which may bo attributed in some degree, if not wholly to the wet weather. The quotations of Hour have not changed, hut a little mdtfe activity characterises the inartot. Mesgi'P. 15tirker and Co. : No alteration hits taken place since last report. Fine flour, 231. per ton of 2000 its. ; seconds, 211. Wheat, 7s. to 8s. per bushel. Bran, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. per bushel. POULTRY AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Fowls 4s. to 4s. 6d., ducks 6s. to 3s:, geese 12s. to 14s., turkeys 10s. to 20s., pigeons 2s., wild ilucks 8s.,teul 4s. per couple. Koasting piga 0s. lo 8s. each. Butter Is. 3d. to Is. 61., cheese 7d. lo Sd., bacon and hams 7(1. to 8d., lard 6d. per lb. Eggs Is. ad. por dozen. ForiAGE. llay 61. to 71. 10s.f straw 31. to 31. 15s. per ton. Kaiie 2a, Od. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. Greeu food Is. to le. Id. per dozen bundles. jjark, 'Ji. to »!? ios per...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

VII . (From the Paris Correspondent of the Illustrated London Ileitis.) The conclusion of- ^ peace ;is.j the ?(Signal .for innumerable :f'etes, . many of them ? of the -utmost-} splendor.' ^ --That:rot.-tlie :.TuEliish Embassy last night was 'ainong.ithe ,niost ;niagnificent' ;.-iand^ever. since the issue of the ^invitations xthe icostumes ihavet/been- in preparation. The Prefefc.-nt. thevSeine :'al.sb:.coritem'pla'tes!a hriU Jianfc' ball at the Hotel xle'-Yille.vanVl'ia'jnuniber.i ob'.otHeradfficial and semi-official entti t.nnmcnts tue taking i place uind ..pj-ojected. Everything, in short, looks bnght,:andiprouuaiugi; and^ithe aspcct. of agricultural affairs gives every, reason to, -;hope ;that;int-a:!. very) short time tire present high :prices ?- will. coine:;-down; tolmeeti the _ i? J. I ? ' _„1 U; ? .7 .iii_ v.i; jl . T. ? .1 .1. 1 - means 01 tne popuiai.iuu, uim-.ieiu-vts Liio-uiawcbii-wiii^iiaa .' uul uuu^ ?long reigned among fiem. ' ' i- - The health of the- Empress ?.cont...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

TASMANIA. The Advertiser of the 27th gives the following account of an execution On Wednesday morning, Richard Rowley, who was sentenced to be executed at the last sittings of the Supreme Court, for an assault upon Isabella Johnson, a child under 10 years of age, underwent the extreme penalty of tlie law within the walls of the gaol. The sheriff, the gaoler, the doctor, and the officers of the prison were the only parties present on this melancholy occasion.'* A correspondent of the Daily News writing from Fingal, on the 28th June, says:— 'We have not had so large an accession to our numbers at 'The Nook' as we were led to anticipate. Probably the sharp frosts bv night, and the frequent showers by day, have led many to postpone their intended vistits. There are about one hundred already on the ground — some parties selfrequipped, and others furnished out of the Committee's store — and they have gone to work with right good will. They wished for reward) I need hardly add, has yet to ...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

I UNITED STATES. The two stedmers, I the /'Tartar and the Desperate, which were sent in search of the Pacific, have returned to Gal way, after nine days' search, without finy success. - . ? The R. M. steamship Arabia has arrived with the mails. Nothing had been heard of the Pacific. The American ship, John Rutledge, Captain Kelly, which sailed, 16th January, from Liverpool, with emigrants, for New York, ran into icebergs on 19th February, breaking in both bows, and was subsequently abandoned. One man, named Nye, was rescued from an open boat, after drifting about nine days, by the Germania, which had ? ? - ) „L XT ? *NT... ? ? „ (L.I. .11 J.1, ? ? i n* tirrivyu lib imjw 'jLurii. in vu repui is uiuu an uiie in number, and the crew 35— got into boats (except the mate and carpenter). Hopes were cherished that some vessel passing might pick them tip; but a storm succeeded the wreck. Nye underwent the greatest privations in the boat ; twelve of his companions perished during the time it ...

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Colonial News. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Cnliraiitl Mvm, Victoria. ''Tmb ' following are-'£he:prihcipal iteine of news to the 3rd instant : — In passing through the city yesterday (says the Herald) we ^observed several public-houses dosed, and were at first disposed to jtoelieve that this was 'in honour of the anniversary of Separation, Init upon enquiry we fonnd that .yesterday was the commencement «f a new licensing year, and that many parties engaged in the trade, -finding they were carrying on business at a heavy loss, had rcletenniueil-upon iiot renewing tlieir licenses ; whilst others 'would ?'have given the business a further trial, but were unable to scrape ?fnimtlturifliu linnvv fun nf nun hundred nounds— a fee which reveii th& GrHT^rrntt»t . admits is far too high. The'intelligence of the proclamation of peace had been com iroemorated with the customary rejoicings in Melbourne and 'Geelotig. Dallarat now boasts one weekly, one tri-weeklv, and one daily 'newspaper, besides a weekly periodical printed in Ch...

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MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

V. 'MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH NEWS.' {From Lloyd's Ncwspaj^er, April 13.) During March, 145 vessels were wrecked. In January the number was 245 ; in February, 174; in the three months, 584. The subscriptions to tho Nightingale 1'und are now about £J25,I.00. v The remittances bv the Red Jacket from Melbourne, amount to ,, about JOU.liSti o'/j. ot gold, and one -box ot silver, of the value of v . about £402,744. ? A new college is to be erected, at a cost of £300,000, at Llandaff, for female orphans of the clergy, in connection with Hord's chanty. A sum of *£100,526 was expended in 1854-5 and V855-G at, the royal small arms factory at Enfield. Professor Owen has been recommended by the trustees of the i?»;»;..l. m m n.~ -.u -t ? ? ? l ? l.. J.MltlOil aIjL UgC II 111 HM IrilU pU3U UL UJ. LUO ilUUUiai UlDLUiJ uc partmont in that institution. Mr. M. O'Donnell, of Kilrnsh, brother of Richard O'Dounell, Esq., coroner, commitbed suicide ou Thursday, by taking arsenic in a glass of punch. The Ea...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Camttnj Jim ? Supposed Arson. — We hear that the subscriptions towafds the -detection and punishment of the supposed incendiaries in the turning of Mr. Cooper' s barn, amounted yesterday to some £600. Another supposed Case of incendiarism occurred at Kirkton, on the night of Tuesday last, when a large stack of hay, belonging to Mr. W. D. Kelinan, and situated at some distance from any house, was burnt to the ground. No clue to the cause of the -fire -bus been obtained we believe.— Mercury, July 5» TwoFaLD Bay.— The ffhuling- season has commenced in fight good earnest, live whales having been caught within the last fort night. These, it is anticipated, will yield at least 8 tuns of oil. lliis may ue regarded as tlie result -rattier ot good fortune tnan or Anything -?lse, inasmuch as there are only thre6 wh ale -'boats here, inisGrably manned by aboriginals, who are continually drunk. A few enterprising whalers stationed here fcow Tor about three months would 'pay well. I regret to ha...

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THE CONFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

, - -THE CONFERENCES. ' It is believed that the Congress will he able to get through its business this week or the beginning of next. The Italian question still' :occiipies it, though ? one does not know what can be done Vs'vo n driving udv ice to the Pope and the King of Naples, which :-%imay?be pretty sure they will not take, so long as it is confined to words. The Patrie announces that the Emperor of. Austria _ ratified the treaty of peace on the 6:h instant, and immediately forwarded it to ijaris. 'It is expected that the other ratifications ? ; will inive reached the Ministry of Foreign Atl'airs about the 25th

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European News. NINE DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

, -0iirrtpniu Um \}i\ ' ? NINE DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE; ? - : 'l'1 i ' ~ {From the Argus.) ' : ' '-'' ' ' ' '- '?; )-.- - y-I3-f(';intolu-*ence-receivett by the Moo'reslort,- adds very little to :.$be '-information of which wo were previously in possession, , in f/truierence .to tho 1'eaoe. True the Journal da Debate and the t)iiin:i[)al journal in Sardinia profess to publish the articles of the v uVeatv, and both papers are tolerably d' accord in their statements. ' .juit they cannot be accepted as authontic. The Sardinian version ? x'd these articles is as follows 1. Neutralisation of the Blank Soa, in which Russia re allowed to maiu .. ta.i'1 armed vessels for ilei'uncc of thi; coast. ;2. Nicholaieff tu bo rouirjcd to a commercial port. - 3. llusiiia accepts tku consuls of foreign, powers in tho Black Sea and the ? JCaltio. : .\4. .Non-construction of Bomarsuuil. :6. Russia gives up a portiou of Bessarabia, including the fortress of ? jeaaail. . . . . ' 0. ltonouiices the exclus...

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NAVAL ARMAMENTS IN THE BLACK SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

NAVAL ARMAMENTS IN THE 'BLACK SEA. The number of armed vessels which ! Russia and Turkey are to . '?have in the Black Sea for the purpose. of police and defence of 'the eoas.ais not to exceed ten for each power. Turkey, of course, smay have as large a fleet as she chooses in the Sea of Marmora , . and the waters of Constantinople, and may exercise- it in the . . ; Mediterranean. It is said that ? ten vessels for each state is the -minimum number of ships required in a sea of the magnitude of ? ? the Etixine to prevent, its ' coast becoming the refuge of pirates, : '-a»d to secure the'safety of the commerce of all nations in its ? 'waters. It 'is considered that the presence of the ConsuU of ??'i-.!. En 'land and otlrer -powers in the ports of Russia will be a ; -g'uarautee' that' this armament will not be exceeded.

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RESUMPTION OF TRADE WITH RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

, v' RESUMPTION OF TRADE WITH 'RUSSIA. ,V It is' officially; announced on -the part of the Russian » Govern- -meuii that the merchant vessels of the Western Powers - will now ? -'tie .admitted to Russian ports, and that the- blockade of those ports .'-litis '-been raised. -In consequence of this -notification lines of '?steamers aire already announced as preparing to carry .goods and v passengers to St. Petersburg from London, immediately upon the -re-opening of the navigation, while other - lines are in contem iplaticm- from Hull and Grimsby.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

' rn E A, S U G A K, SOAP, CANDLE S, JL BERT MKORWnBAD TOBACCO, BICE, in small bags, BOTTLED ALE and POUTER, Wines akd Ssirits, 1 ' AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, AT .fT.-7 HOBBS'S POST OFFICE GENERAL STORES, DAPTO, 831 Always on Hand : pOW'S EMBROCATION, on, FARMER'S FRIED* ?'XI,'. . BOW'S I/ENIHJJNT, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT, Dinneford & Co.'s Fluid Magnesia, ..LIEUTENANT JAMES'S BLISTERING OINTMENT, TEN ICE TCTRPERTUfl?, ESSENCE OF PEPPERMINT^. And an Assortment of MEDICINES and D II U G G S- AT . T. HOBBS'S ' ' POST OFFICE GENERAL STOKES, DAPTO. 832 *TT A11D-WI.DE LONG CLOTHS, at 2fd'., 3£d„ 4d„ 4$d' JL and 5d. per yard. Horrocks's ditto ditto, 5d. per yard, to the finest numbers 8-4 Grey Sheeting from 8d. per yard Tartan Plaids Is. and Is. 3d. per yard, double width. AT HOLllOYD'S STORE. 837 j TTIOR SALE AT THE STORE OF THE UNDERSIGNED, JJ. WINES, SPIRITS, AND LIQUE11S of the best brands, in wood and bottle. Country orders punctualir-attended to*. WATSON 'AND CO M:B E ...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Maunimt Mstrirt SttMinettce. \s KIAMA. f*ROM OUR OWN CORttEB^ONbENf.l The Harbour.— --A public Meeting of landowners and land holders took place in the Ki-Aula Hotel on last Monday. The 'meeting was well attended. James M. Gray, Esq., being moved ?into tlie chair, it was proposed and curried ' that the moneys ?granted by the Government, for the improvement of the harbour, ?be applied to the extension of the present jetty ; and that Messrs. W. Marks, Jas. Robb, John Colley, R. Miller, sen., John Shat'pe, ?J.Pike, W. Vanee, J. Carruthers, and G. Hindmarsh, be appointed ias a oonlmittee to take the necessary steps for the speedy acconi ? ».± -t, ? i- a — ihn. J.UIOUII1C11U Ul UUC ITU1&. XI |Jt/UiULUU l/U LLIO VJtUtdlllM VACilOlttl., praying that a sum sufficient for commencing and carrying on the construction of a suitable breakwater at the entrance to the harbour, was then adopted. This petition is now in course of signature, and it will, no doubt, be numerously signed. Debati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

NOTICE, WE beg to notify to our subscribers, that their accounts for the QUARTERENDING 30tu JUNE, are now due, and in the hands of our respective Agents. The Steamer, ' Illawarra.'^ : fTIHIS fast and favourite steamer, will continne to -A- leave WOLLONGONG for SYDNEY every yiSffiL MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY m'drn ing», punctually at 11 o'clock; and SYDNEY for WOLLONGONG every TUESDAY, THURSDAY* and SATUft- . DAY mornings at 9 o'clock. i'AUES:— Cabin ? ? ? ? v. ' ids. Steerage .v . ? . ... ... 6s. KETUItN TICKETS ITOK TEN DAYS Cabin v. .i .. v. -.v . . -.v. ? . v ? ? ? ?? 17s. 6d-. : ? : CHARLES FAIRS, . -Agent, Wollongong1. Grand Ball aM Supper, BY PARTICULAR DESIRE, at the CONCEPT HALL, ROYAL MAftlNE HOtffcL-. MR. S. RUSSELL has fcluOli ple&siVre lYi announcing to t!he Inhabitants of Wollongong his intention of holding a GRAND BALL AND SUPPER, By Particular Desire^ to taeiehr'ate the anniversary of the Nfeft Constitution, On TUESDAY, To-iiiorrow, -juiy 1 5, at the Concer...

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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

SYDNEY PRICES CURREhT. ( Gomviled.from tbe Herald and Empire-.} Ales — English, per li lid . . . . i 10 0 to 9 8 O Byass's, per dozen . . . . 0 10 0 0 10 6 Alsop's, dittQ .. . . 0 10 0 0 10 6 Arrowroot, per lb. .. .. .. 0 0 7 0 0 0 Ditto, Manilla .. .. .. 0 0 5 0' 0 ® . Bacon, per lb ? .. . . 0 0 7 0 0 8 Bags, :i bushel, per doz. .. .. 0 18 0 0 19 O Gunnies heavy- per dozen-. V - 0 7 € 0 8 0 Bark, per ton .. . . 9 O 0 10 10 Beeswax, per lb ? 0 0 « Q Q v.d-. ' Bluestone, ditto ? ?;». 0 .0 S 0 0 6 Bread, per loaf of 2 lb. .... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Bricks, Engluli, per 1000 .-. {3 17 0 4 0 0 Butter — Fresli, per lb. ? .; 01 3 0 -1 - -d Irish, -ditto ... 0 1 -3 0 13 Cork Rose, ditto -0 14 0 16. Aauirivan, ditto -»-.??.. 0 :1 -.. 3 01 ,4' . Dutch, ditto .. .. ., 0 11 0 1 2 Bottled Fruits, quartz, pendozw 0 1-2 0 0 13 0 Caudles — Sperm, per lb 0 2 0 0 2 3 Belmont, ditto .. .. .. 0 1 6 0 19 Moulds, ditto .. 0 0 -8 0 0 8 Cement — Roman, per barrel 1 1 0 0 0 0 Portland, ditto ? 1 5. 0 1 7 6 Cheese — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

Stocli Taking Salo HOLROYD'S wollongong store Consisting of — .'DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BLANKETS, FLANNKIjS, MEKINTfS, TWEED and POPLIN, ROBES and DRESSES, DELAINES, Bonnets, FANCY GOODS, &c., &o. - Prior to tlie Annual Stock Taking tlie above NEW AND . SEASONABLE GOODS will be sold ut u GREAT REDUCTION, \'lN MANY CASESj UNDER SIDNEY ritlCES, felahkets fcs. '(5d^ 10s. 6d., 15a. fid., 16s. Gd., and 21s. per pair Flannels ll)Jd., is., Is. 3d., Is. -5d. to !Si, 6d. per yard Dulnines os. Gd., 6s. Gd. and 7a. 6d. tho DresB, long lengths Rich Twill' d Cachnicres 8s. Gd. and 10s. 6d. the Dress -6-4 Circassian Cloths, 10 id per .yard G-4 Figured Alpaca, lOAd. ditto Ditto Marie Lustres, Is. 3d. ditto Fine 7-4 French Twills, Is. 6d. ditto. 'GOOD WASHrNG PRINTS Reduced to 2s. 6d. tiie Dress* 3. A lew small patterns ditto, ditto to 3id„ per .yard. THE SHAWLS frill be cleared ? iAT 'HALF THE ENGLISH COST, COMMENCING at'ls.'Od. - A variety of new styles in Winter Dresses of superier ' ...

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Local Intelligence. GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

ftatl GOVERNMENT LAND- SALES. The following:: lots of land will- be offered for sale, .By- publfc - auctiorij at the undermentioned times and places . Braidwood. On Wednesday, ..the 30th of. July, at fcJ- o'elock, at the Crowns,.. LandsOffiee, Braidw-ood. OOUKTBTv -tOTSv County of St, Vincent, parish unnamed, at Tretringo- Creek ? l!)ot P, 57ft. 2r.-,- 2, 37'a. lr.; 3, 35ft. ,2r. ; 4€a. Ir. ; 5; 42a. 2r.;:. 6, 52a. 2r. ; Tr 40a. 2r. ; 8, 40a. ;? 9, 4-6a. 3r, ; l'O, 75a. 2r. ; 11, . ., 30a. ; 1 2, 32a. 2r. ; 13, 48a. ; 14; 44a. ; 15, 32a, 3r. ; 16, 46a. ; 17. 50a. Dr.; -48, 60a. 3r.,- 10, 96a. 2r. ;: 20, M6a. 9r. r 21, 68a.. ' 3r. ; 22, 52a. 3r. 23, 4«a. Sr. ; 24, 35a, 3r. ; 25, 38a. 3r. ; 26,, . 41a. lr. ; 27, 37a. 3r. ; 28,. 37a-. lr. ; 29, 36a. 3r-...; 80, 43a. 12r. I 31, to 33, 31a. each;.; ,34r.30a. ; 35-.39a. j.- 36/. 40a,,. Upset price,,.. £i--per acre. ?.

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LEASES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

LEASES- BY AUCTION..: - The leases of the undermentioned portions of land, will' be soldi t. by auction, at the undermentioned times and places. ... The upset price is 5s. per section of 640- acres,, for the, half-year ? commencing 1st ,Julyy.1856. SlIOAEffAVEN*. . On Monday, the 4th , August, at. 1 1- o'clock,;. at the Crown Lands- ; Office,, Shoalhaven,. ?' County- of .St., Vincent, pariah unnamed, riear the confluence of ... Boruiibadal Creek with the Shoalhaven River : Lots 1 to 3, ,640a

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

B'ombala. . Onv Wednesdays the- 3rd of September, at It' o'clock, afc th&- Pbliee Office, Bombalar SUBURBAN TjOTSi County of Wellesleyr parish of Bombala, at B'ombala,. : Lot \7 . l'a. 3r. 5p. ;: 2, 1®. 2r. 26p. ; 3, la. 2r; 1 p, ;; 4, 1.. Ta. 24p..; 5,. la.. . lr. 14p. ; 6, la. lr. lip. -r .7, la:, lr. 8p.. ;. 8,. la. 2r. 34p,. Upset . price, £4; per acre. .

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 14 July 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ', g g o BIOH 'WATER AT MONTH., '? BAY. ;S2 g * WOLLONGONG. ? ? ? ?' r. a jS ;. m w £ , s 3 MORN. EVEN'. H. M U. U. n. M II. M. I Jul/ 14 M .. 7 '. 4. 5 . 7 11 6 .15 6 . 39 „ 15 T .. 7 . 4 5, . 8 12 7 . 2 7 . 32 „ 1 6 ' W . . . . 7 . 4 f» . 9 13 7 .50 8 .13' „ ? 17' T .. 7.3 5.9 14 8 . 35 9 . 0 IS. F .. 7 . 3 5 .10 15 0 . 25 9 . 50 I „ 10 S.... 7. 2. 5. ..10 16 LO .15 l.ft . 40 » 20 Sun. T . 2 5 . IT 17 H . 5' IT . 30 ®jie Jlfotara fjtattfK '?MEASURES, NOT MEN.' ' ? MONDAY', JULY 14,. 1856;,

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