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The Courier. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

THE COURIER THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1861. In reply to comnuinications from the Muni- cipal Councils of Ipswich and Toowoomba, and, in the way of opposition to Mr. O'Sul- livan's resolution on the 26th ultimo, respecting a sum of £3000 to be lent to the Ipswich Corporation, the government pro- mised to bring in a bill for the ammendment of the Municipalities Act. The Munici- palitics' Act certainly requires amendment. But the principal fault found with it by the Mayor and Corporation of Ipswich is that it does not enable the municipalities to borrow money otherwise than upon the persona security of the members of Council. In the face of the fact that the Brisbane Corporation has not hesitated to borrow money upon such security, to the amouut of £6000, there would, at first sight, appear to be something essentially defective in the constitution of the Ipswich Municipal Council. We are well aware what any advice, how- ever honest, that we offer to the Ipswich people, is sure to be decried an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORM IN THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

THE STORM IN THE CHURCH. It is like tho attempt to make oneself heard amidst the roaring of a tempest to uplift the feeble voice of reason amidst tho storm that is raging about Essays and Reviews. One thing is clear—that the clergy of tho Church of England require, generally speaking, to be much more thoroughly educated, and   placed much more on a level with thc pro gress of theological discussion and opinion in an active-minded age. Nothing but deep ignorance of what has been going on for the last half-century could have made it possible for such a book as this to have spread such confusion through the ecclesiastical world. In ability and importance Essays and Re views is about equal to an ordinary number of tho National Review. Ono or two of the papers in it are of a superior kind. One or two more show talent. Tho rest are below mediocrity. There is absolutely nothing new in it of a material kind from one end to the other. Well-informed and thoughtful men who read it...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. ri1HE*~TBLEGIlAPH from L tho A.S. N. Co.'s New Wharf, on TUESDAY NEXT lily 9 th. ^r Steerage Fares Reduced,to £3. ' ~~~GW::JD. WEBB, Agent. Wharf, 17th June. £100 REWARD. WE the undersigned, hereby offer a Seward of One Hundred Pounds to any person ?who may "ivo suoh information as will conviot but partyor parties of having stolen any horses or cattle belonging to ns from either of the under- mentioned runs, or olsowbere. A. WEINHOLT, Maryvale. 6 & W. DAVIDSON, Cnnnitifr Downs. MARSHALL & DEUCHAR, Glengallen. j. W. BOOKLAND, Rosenthal. £50 REWARD. TiKE NOTICE, that we, the "undersigned, hereby offer the above RdWard of .Fift Pounds to aiiy person who urj,y give such in or Bdtion as will convict an^ person or persons of loving stolen CATTLE from the ran known as the German Station^' '.;.:. A. RODE, :;,... C. GERLER, W. HARTENSTEIN. ? J. BALLARD, G.WAGNER, T. FRANZ. NOTICE. £10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED from Mogan, Weir River, noar (Mandoon, Darling Do...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURS of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. AsiiirALarid .DmuTuiiRof Maim ab the General ! ¦'?' '' ¦'" Po.tt Olllee,TJriib.nn'. Auburn... ... ... Callandoon (Gundavlnda) fa»!no and Grafton ClcrcWnd Coadamlno liajhy. Drayton... ... ... Gayndah ... -...-'¦? Gladstone ... ... \ pswich... ... ?.' Levbarn.... Hog/Ill ... Nanango .".. ... Marlborough '- '». . ... . Maryborough '.;. ....".; Mnryb-rougU ..'.' .... '.;.. Rockhamptnn and Fort Denison Surat and Yarrow*, ... ¦aronui?- ',-..-.'*.; «. Toowoomba "... :?- ¦ -.«.. -.. - Warwick:. ..~ ~ 5- ' Wertwosxl and Xulaibln i._' ?¦ '-' ? juir,s close at nnrsnA^B. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at S p in. Monda/nt 1.30 p.pi, Monday nt 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p ra. Monday at 1 p.m , and Friday at 1.13 rv*. Tuesday at 1 p.m. Rv steamer every altornate Tuesday Dally at I 30 p.m. Munday at 1 pjii. My steamer Hawk, 3 time* a TWek, ' Tuesday at 1 p m. T.y ft-suwr only every alternate Tuesday Hy steamer every alternate Tuesday l*> ?Via Ipsitich and Nanango on Tuesday a...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

REMOVAL. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. JOHN MARKWELL, IRONMONGER, CHINA MERCHANT, AND GLASS DEALER, IN returning thanks for past favors, begs to inform his friends and tho publio, that ho bas REMOVED to his! : NEW STORES, NEXT to Messrs. FLAVELLE BROTHERS and CO., and OPPOSITE Mr. E. B. SOUTHERDEN'S, where his stock of IRONMONGERY, CHINA, GLASS, Aa., Can be much better selected from than in his OLD PREMISES. The STOCK is now being replenished with purchases arrived per RIFLEMAN, via Sydney. J. M. would call special attention to his BUSH-HADE TOOLS, manufactured to his order, and warranted. The stock of FURNISHING IRONMONGERY is always well selected. CHINA and GLASS can be had at very low prices. BUILDERS will always find a good assortment of MATERIALS, of a superior quality, at moderate prices. CARPENTERS and CABINET MAKERS will find a good assortment of PLANES,' SAWS, AND CHISELS, by the best makers. SQUATTERS nnd STOREKEEPERS will find a LARGE STOCK of GOODS, and will be liberally dealt with!...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 July 1861

VICTORIA. r~W« have-Melbourne papers to the 20th in- stant. '?"¦ <¦¦'¦'.' We'subjoin a few ffiificollaneous extracts '¦'"&K>m"the Argus:? !, ?The Publio Library has recently been ..¦robbed of several volumes of valuable works, ;and no traee of the depredators has been dis- covered until the arrest of an elderly man, ."¦- matted Duncan Harrington, who was 'brought up at the City Court on Wednes - * <day, and convicted of stealing and selling a ?quantity of books. He was remanded till Friday,, in order to allow the police time to trace other thefts supposed to have been committed by him. 'On Wednesday evening, an amateur per , _ fformance, in aid of the Taranaki Relief : 3?und, took place in the Town-hall, St. 'Kilda, before an audience which nearly ,. ;filled the 'hall. Tho pieces selected were the ?drama cf " Delicate Ground," with Mr. Brewer as Citizen Sangfroid, and Mr. Bruce '" as Alphonse: and the farce of " The Rifle, and How to Uso ir," support...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATORIAL ELOQUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

LEOISLATQRIAL ELOQUENCE. ^ "We cordially commend the following to the 11 perusal of certain members of our Queens land legislature, with tho hope that they may be able to tako "a wrinkle" from the characteristic eloquence of the Yankee senator, and " improve an occasion" before the " Privileges' Bill" becomes law. General Riley obtained the floor, and ad- dressed tho House:?Mr. Speaker, every- body is a pitching into this matter like toad frogs into a willow swamp, on a lovely even- ing in the balmy month of June, when the mellow light of the full moon fills with a delicious flood the thin, etherial atmospheric air. (Applause.) Sir, I want to put in a word, or perhapR a word and a-half. There seems to be a disposition to fight. I say, if there is any fighting to be done, come on with your corn-cobs and lightning-bugs! (Applause.) In tho language of tho ancient Roman, " Come one, come all, this rock shnll fly From its firm base?in a pig's eye." . Now, there has been a great deal of.b...

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY (THIS DAY). GENERAL BUSINESS—ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday (This Day). OEKKRAI. nUSl.VESS?0HDF.11S Ol' Tiffi DAY. Supply: resumption ol'committee. Alaster*' and Servants' Billi second rending. Consideration in Committee of Draft Regula- tions for Commonage. ORNKiiAi, liusiNKSs?rwncn of motion. Afr. Lillky to move,?"That this house will, on Tuesday next, resolve Itself into a Committee ol tho whole, to Consider of un Address to tho Governor, transmitting a copy of (lie report of the Standing Orders' Committee relative to tho Sala- ries of the Parliamentary Shorthand Writers and Principal Messenger to tho Assembly, mid praying that his Excellency will he pleased to cause effect to he given to sucli Report." Afr. Cox kn to move,?(1.) That the Tramway Company Bill ho referred for the consideration anti report ol' tho select committee. (2.) That such coininittco consist of the following members:?The Honorable the Colonial Secretary, Air. Taylor, Air. Royds, Air. Ferrett, Air. Fleming, Air. I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

TO ADVERTISERS. ''" " 117E must again'call attention to the mle of our v» - Office,' vl*\ tu ? insert NO A DVB ttl'ISB M,EJlT3.fiwn1'non-subscribers unless accompanied by Um CASH. -?, * Tb SUBSCRIBERS. SUliSOlURRKS are reminded-that the price of tlie:CouMKit |K'r quarter is now FIFTEEN 811IliTiTNR.S, In bp paid in nilvanr-e. ..(AGENTS will please to note the above.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

tue i -«" rtho LEG-TSLATlVE COUNCIL. Thursday, July -1. Tjie PRESIDENT took the chair at a quarter past." o'clock, and opened the proceedings ¦with pravmV ' : Australian survey. Dr. HOBBS laid on the table certain papers relative to a typographical survey of Austra- lia. Ordered to be printed. R.EVK.NUH AND AUDIT BILL, t Dr. HOBBS moved thc second reading of this hill, and in doing So briefly oJirlliuiicd its provisions, much to tho same effect as tho government had explained them in the other house. ?, . '?.., Tho motion was tilen poi and passed, arid tho hill having been read a second time, its consideration in committee was fixed as an Order di' the Hay fdr Thursday next. IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. On tho- motion of Dr. HOBBS, tiie hottso i'csdlyed itself into a c'oiriiriittuo of tho whole, for tile purpose of1 considering the triiniig'ra tion Regulations, as agreed to ¦ by tho Assembly. Tile (ith clauso buiijg a mere repetition, was struck onti dii tile motion of1 thc PRESIDENT* i...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. SALARY OF FUTURE JUDGE. (Letter from his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) Judge's Chambers, Brisbane, July 1,1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

PAKLLAMENTAUY J'APhlK. j J*" Saiary op Future Judos. (Lottor from his Honor Mr. .lustice Lutwyche.) Judge's Chambers, , Brisbane, July 1,1861. cir,?it is wau very great reluctance that I address you on nny matter connected with the subject ol' the Supreme Court Bill, which is now miner the consideration of tho Legislature of this colony. But na I perceive that it ls proposed by some'members pf the Assembly to fix tho sulary ol' my successor on the Bench ol' the Supreme Court ut £120!), and ns I nm bound to transmit to him the rights guaranteed by tho Constitution under which wo live, I do mysell'the honor to inform you that, if lils salary be fixed at a lower rate than JilSOO per annum, I shall deem it my duty to peti- tion the Queen to disallow the bill. 2. I mu not so weak as to Biipposo that tho reiteration ol' any opinion ol'inine on this point will have the slightest cll'eot either on the Govern- ment or the L?gislature. I content myself, there- fore, by observing, that tho rea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

M? ripping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. jew j. ?Duke of Wellington, schooner, 88 tons, Capt.' Jlulow, from Sydney. Passengers: Messrs CatinT uh, Greenwood, Flirt, and Cooper. G. Raff and C in., agents. Ju ,y4,?Uncle Tom, schoooner, 16C tons, Capt. Laic- ^from Rockhampton. Passenger: Mr. Arin fitro" jg. R, Towns, agent. , . , CLEARED OUT..... - -¦ "-"Jn7y 4.?Volunteer, schooner, 70 tons. Capt. Hor< ?, for-the Tiveed river,'ia ballast. "No pas-' 89iif,ers. }'[ ;.;..;.»'. V-.J . v- ,' .Z?, ,.,.;.?. IMPORTS. A.;>;Duke of Wellington:,2,rolls lead,1 7000 slates, ' Hji tahlesl 2270 feet op dur, 4 packages doors, 1 [package sashe*. Gr. KarT^aod Co.; 24 bales liny, 1 -jroll lead, R. S. Warry.; 0 spring-carts, 3 light ?drays, 6 bags harness, 8 pairs nrm3 and. boxes, 21 ?)nnks wood, A. Martin'? 3 packages. Capt. Sholl; case acid, WV'J. Costin; 60 hags potatoes, 50 bags maize, 500 coconnuts, 7 boxes oran ires, IO ^trusses hay, Cluelow; 4 cases matches, R. Oliver; ?25 cases gin, C. Newt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

Weekly' CtalentlliMv HUB! WATS!! AT Brisbane. Z-Vhhiy......; Saturday... Sunday.'...... Monday ,..? Tuesday',... Wednesday Thursday.... Jilly. .,..'9, .10 ll Morn, 8 20 9 10 10 4 11 . 0 ll 50 0 42 1 23 8 44 9 «8 10 36 11 24 0 16 1 4 1 54 Soy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

Commercial Intelligence. Mn. T. Bowden sold yesterday,- at Uta »ow: ¦ rooms, Coloy's storo, Georgo-strcct, 350 bush-; ¦¦els of maize at Cs. Sd. to Ss.Od/pci; bushel ii 30 dozon 2 lb. jams! nt 25s. Od. to 26s. per .dozen ; dates, at.- 3d. ,'to! SAtL.Tw? lb.; .1 ton 'onions, at Ss. Gd. to.. 9s. per cwt'.; hardshell alraonds,i4id. to Cd. par lb.; Patna rico,.<20s. 6d. to 21s. per cwt.,? a saddle and draught horse, nt £1-1; and a qifautity. of superior fur- niture nt full rates.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BIRTHDAY BALL. (From the Ipswich Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

THE BIRTHDAY BMiL. (From the Ipswich Herald.) THE,.Annual Ball, given by His Excellency/ the Governor in honor of the Queen's '.Birthday, was postponed on account of the ?death of the Duchess of Kent, from the 24th May until Friday last, tbe 28th June, the anniversary of her Majesty's Coronation. Unfortunately, it commenced to rain heavily in the early part of the eveninpr, and many ¦were thus prevented from attending until a late hour, and there were fewer ladies present than would otherwise have been the casa. At'"twelve o'clock there must have been about 'two hundred and Beventy prese'nt, which was quite a sufficient number to fill the room comfortably, without inconveo' fenc- ing the dancers or endangering the cor .-ns of those who, for want of partners, had to con f* it themselves with looking on. The Ball was held in the long, room in the Immigration Barracks, whic' h is about 85 feet long and 25 feet in widMi. It was very nicely decorated with flag's, and staTS formed of bayo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

yi}/\ '' '< - FBin'AVi JULY 5, 1*61. J *? ? ¦ . ¦ . .".'.' . ?? ¦ ; ' M v. jI't waa rumoured last evening?ia .nnd fSifiboiit the House. of--Assembly and other 'public places?ihat the Hon. the At tflmey-GoueraV bad resigned, hts reason for doing.Rp;teing the diHeronce of opi- nion which 'prevailed betweon his col- leagues and himself, as to the it.tn nt which, the salaries of future judges Fb/mld bc fixed. Mr. Pkino, it will be rcmcinbored, contended timi those sala- ries should bo at tho rate 'of £1500 a yoar, in nccordnnco with tho "provisions «f the Constitution. Act, but be was op .. posed in; this .view of.the ease, not only i by the other members of-tho-ministry, ? but by every other member of tho'House who waa present at thc debate; and if.the question eottld have gone toa division, Mr.- PtiiXG .would have, been alone in his opposition to the sohedule as now passed. Ah far as we have looked into tho inatterat jircsent, wc, boliove Mr.. Pring to have freon perfectly ...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

IPSWICH. '" . (from our own' correspondent.) fpon Thursday (Ykstkuday). I was mistaken in supposing that thc Ips- wich volunteers were immcdiatcly'to lose the services nf Adjutant Blake, or rather, that they had already .lost them. The infantry corps were drilled by him last evening in the Company's store, nnd he announced officially tho intention of Col. O'Connell to lin' thu papers before the government, and also that the corps would he immediately gazetted as the only company in existence of Ipswich Infantry Volunteers. Ho said some little difficulty had occurred as to the legality of the ballotting for admission to membership, which had happily been removed. ? After drill a meeting of the corps was heh], at which Lieutenant Hall acted as chairman in the absence of tho captain. -Lieutenant Hall road a lotto-from Mr. Campbell, stating that tho cloth chosen by the corps would havo to bo manufactured, as ho hurl not a siillicicnt stock on hand to supply the quan- tity ordered, and e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

-.- ¦ " ¦ prix Jiorni JtntcUijcestee. Al Tint- Attempt at Suicidk.?'Further en- quiry with, regard to thu caso of <sttem|ited mtteide, referred tn in our issue of yesterday, shows that 15*11?tho man in question?lives nour tn.,tho North Australian Hotel, (Mr. Jones');"thiit lin'went into the h.tr in n very wild rind'excited atnie, and ashed for some drink, which w'ns,.ver,v properly refused. Soon nftor ho shiitcheil' tip n knife which was lying on thc.'counter, malted mit into tint atreot, and there attempted?or 'gam- moned to nltoinpt?tn out liisf' thmnt. We give tho nboye. particulars liet'tiitso it is only line to Mr. Jiwie-i to atato that tho nutt)' had not been- drinking nt his house, ns mi«ht have been inferred from thu previous para- graph. ? ! ? ' ? . Nbw Is'Soi/vHNT.?-Alexftmlor Cameron, of 'Thorn-street', IpWich.- Liabilities :? £715 IK Sd. Assets:?value ,of n.-iil jji-o if*rty, ntl; "personal .property nml ni'inics, £1212s.; amount of'di-hts diio to ¦l'ii.-m|vl!...

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BRISBANE POULTRY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

BRISBANE POULTRY .CLUB. TnK first exhibition of the duli was opened to the public yesterday at noon, in the immigration barracks. The building was tastefully decorated with boughs mid evergreen?, and along the centre of the room and round the walls were erected plat- forms on which were placed the exhibits, classified and labelled for the information of visitors, as to breed,'excellence as determined by tho judges, and the price placed*on each pen by the owner. Every- thing in the exhibition was so correctly ordered, and presented such a satisfactory whole, that the' first sensation. of the'visitor was one of astonish- ment as to how it had been effected iii the old wooden case, which, on ordinary occasions is very suggestive of desolation and discomfort. It would appear, however, that artistic minds and willing hands can work wonders, even in the appearance of .an immigration barracks; for yesterday the place had a cosiness about lt that it tempted one to wander round and round, ta...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 July 1861

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST Establishment in the colony for really good and fashionable clothing Of first-rate Style,' Fit, Workmanship, and Material, IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE MONSTER CLOTHING HALL, Henry Collen «* Co., 402 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. PRICES: Coats, Goats. £ s. d. £ 8. d. Drab driving overcoats 1 10 0 to 4 10 0 Beaver ponchos .. 1 1 0 to 2 5 0 Petersham beaver, in all materials .. .. 1 1 0 . to 2 3 0 Pilot cloth saes, wool lined .. ... .. Q 18 0 to 2 0 Pilot, doth, "jaokets, wool-lined, ..'"'.. 0 7 0 to I 5 Blnok mohair sacs,wool lined .'. .. .. 0 19 0 to 1 10 0 Double stitched beaver sacs, silk-lined .. 1 1 0 to 2 10 0 Corded beavor chester- field .... .. 1 15 0 to 2 fi 0 Mohair ponchos .. 1 5 0 to 1 10 0 The Kars jaoket,, a new cat . 1 3 0 to 1 12 0 The Omer Paoha winged talma ;. 1 18 0 Coats, black shooting .0 15 0 to 1 10 0 Couts, black frock .. 1 12 0 to 2 10 0 Coats, bluefrook. .. 1 8 0 to 2 10 0 Coats, black dress .. 1 10 0 to 2 5 0 Coats, Oxford mixture 0 16 0 to 1 10 0 Coat...

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