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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

?t -r-r ifanaatft MeeTt&g* Wd at the BL Launceston Hotel, in Launceston, kr the purpose of establishing RACES in the ?entity of Cornwall, agreeable to advertise Kent, James Cox, Esq. being called to the Kair, the following Officers were elected for Ke ensuing season:— M Steward!. ? JAMES COX, Esq. ? JOSEPH ARCHER, Esq. ? THOMAS DUTTON, Esq. ? THOMAS LAND ALL, Esq. ? ? Secretary, ? ALEXANDER PATERSON, Esq. ZVr««ur«r, JAMBS RANKIN, Esq. Clerk, JOHN W. OLE A DOW. Esq. Auiilanl C/erfc, Mr. ALEXANDER WADDLE. Committe* of General Management^ THOMAS DDTTON, Esq. THOMAS LANDALL. Esq. ALEXANDER PATERSON, Esq. jAMES RANKIN, Esq. JOHN W. GLEADOW, Esq. t wai resolved as fallows :— That the Races be rua at Launceston, and pmmenceonthe 2nd Tuesday in March, 1831. Thai a list be open for Subscribers, and left t'Ub the Treasurer, with Mr. Hardwicke, oriolk Plains, and Mr. G. Hogg, Campbell own. I That the Subscription be 4 guineas for the ?ret year, and 2 guineas per annum after ?rards, and...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

To the Edittr of the Launceitnn Kittrtiter. Sir, It has always been a favourite maxim of mine that a promise publicly made, should' be inviolably kept, and having now a ' con? r- nient season,' 1 hasten to fulfil that which I pledged to you- In the first plaee then, Mr. Editor, with regard to the system of punish ment pursued towards those unfortunate fe« mnU»b who are condemned to the Factory, (1 mean the depriving them of their hair) what sympathy or connection cin possibly be sup posed to exist between their crimes and the lirajKiful tre.sBM with -which natnn* has thought proper to adorn their heads! We read in tnp holy writ that seven evil spirits where cast out of Mnry Magdalene, but we do not read that shaving hek head formed any part of the operation. It may be perhaps urged that I am treating the subject with too much levity, but against what, I would ask, can the shafts of ridicule be directed with mere propriety tban against a custom at once cruel and absurd i I nave been ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 13, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 13, 1830. 'It ta_ 0* .P»{'i*«l [of t JonnuTut to dUptl fclnion ?. nod perfectly free from the W(,wlof thoieirho are interested taprereiitlnithe .fflp. of truth tna confronting «i dUii yttinf their power.' ^ It is not without much pain that we find our prognosticati q* ol the result of the late Expedition against the Blacks hire been verified to the letter, and while wo tiike the credit to ourselves of fore seeing the difficulties which have arisen, and pointing out the issue, we cannot but sincerely lament that so much labor and expense, s-» much attention and study, and so much unanimous and universal public spirit should not have been rewaided with greater success. But we trust that tbp recent idieapuointment will not dis courage His Excellency from making further attempts to rescue our White Brethren from the savage and inhuman veugeance of the Aborigines. Something must be done to stop the outrages of these wretched Savages, ll is true that some t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

Mr. Heatherington states, that the Clergy of England receive £44,300 per annum more for looking over their flocks than the whole of the priests throughout the Christian world receive for looking over two hundred and twenty millions of people!!! The tithe and other property of the Established Church of England and Ireland amount to ten millions per annum, or little less than one-fourth of the whole ol the revenue of the country ! ! : Cobbett states the church property of England and Ireland at twelve millions, which is probably, an exaggeration. In England, one bishop enjoys 35,000/. per an., another 20,000, other church incomes are almost equally enormous, with immense church patronages into the bargain. At the next renewal of leases, the Bishopric of London, it is said, will be worth from £60 to 100,000 per annum through the immense increase of titheable property. Many rectors' are enjoying church incomes from #12,000 per annum, downwards. Pluralities are shown by the clerical regi...

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LUXURIES OF LAW. From the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

LUXURIES OF L»W. . I'tom ihe Autlraliap. I have attentively studied human nature in almost every shape, and from actual ob servation can affirm, that, the most dangerous and detestable character in a commun.iy., is a pettifogging aliurnry ; he, goeth about like the father of evil, creating discord, and in fl«ming dissentions ; he deprecates all ideas ot compromise, or reconciliation, and urges with venemous seal, ' war even to the knife.' To bolster up a bad cause, he will not scruple to act as a suborner of perjury, or to tamper with his opponents' witnesses ; and altho' certain his client must Use his cause, he as sures him of a contrary result, being sure to recieve the wages ef his iniquity, let who will gain. When the trial is over, he immediately sets to work to frame a Bill of Costs, crammed with fictitious charges, and pretended pay ments of fe.es which never existed, charging at least seven-fold more than would he charg ed by a respectable practitioner. A bare enu meration ...

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ENGISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

ENG1SH NEWS. The fight between ' Jack Perkins' of Oxford, and London ' Curtis' has gone off in favour of Perkins who beat bis antagonist in 1b rounds and in 28 minutes i leaving him scarce a leg to stand upon. Seueleldei-,' the inventor of lithography, has discovered a new mode of printing from paint ings, which has all the qualities of that exe cuted in oil. He has term -d it mosaic printing. and it U remarkable wr his Deauty, light ness, and durability. It has been calculated that the annual con sumption of butter in London ib not leas than 50,000 tons, of which the counties of Cam bridge and Suffolk are said to furnish 50,000 firkins, each containing 56 lbs. Lies or viv Day.— 'the Duke of Wel lington signified his wishes to Mr. Cobbett that lie should become his private secretary. ' Catch a neaiel atteep !' was the facetious reply of the collator of tho ' Gridiron.'— The Extractor. Lord King has generously proposed appro propriating to the use of the Spitalfieldt weavers ttiu ent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

To Sail with all possible Despatch, -&$& THlvfi»'» first-class Brig RE Tiiiflf SO! Rt.K, Captain Smith. P--r*orfB lostrciib of shipping Wheat or other Goodi ,x»r F'-ight. by tur above Vessel, will pleas*. ?iiply to the Commander on board ; or to THOMAS WILLIAMS, Agent. Uunceston, Deer. I3(h, 18S0. P.S.— Ca;-t. smith will give cash for Wheat -lrlivpr-'d at the Wharf, on application f.. him. FOR LONDON DIRECT, On her return from Sydney, t£§S? I'HE fine, first-class, fast sailing SSK. Brig EUZAUEI'.I, O. Swan, Coa mander, will commence loading for the above port about the first of January u- xt. For Freight or Passage, having supeiior accommo dations, apply to GAVIN RALSTON, r * Agenfc Launceston, Deer. 13th, 1830. T'E Subscribers toth- 'CHARIT- ABLE SOCIETY' are requested to attend en Tnur.rf*^ next at Q k'cI.k ?« I', vf. at the 'WATERLOO TWE N', som» im portaui discussions being about to be submit ted to thi* Meeting an that evening. It i-s hop. d tlixt most persons' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

ENTIRE HORSES TO COVER this Season, at £5. and 5s. the Groom, Stands at Mr. Henry C la j ton's, Norfolk Plains, 'YOUNG PETER FINN,' 16 bands high, a beautiful roan, with black points, got by the imported thorough bred Horse PETER FINN, Dam an imported Ware, and considered one of the finest in the Colony. N. B ? All Mares sent to this Horse must lave been handled previously, or they cannot be received. Good Paddocks, to the extent of 200 acres of English grasses, are provided, frh«-rt- Horses orMwoi will lie taken to feed at 2s, 6d. per week, at Mr. Henry Clayton'*, Norfolk Plains. Also :— To Cever this Season, and to Stand at the Launceston Hotel, at £3, and 3s. to the Groom,— BRONTE, Too well known to require description. Timor Ponies sent to this Horse, owin/; to the great. trouble from the disparity of size, will br charged extra. Kf The above two Horses are both omt ©f the same Dam. PROMPT PAYMENT. Launceston, September 4th, 1830. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. General Poit Office, ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday, Deer. 6th.— Samuel jaraes, drunk enness and fahtinf — fined is. Thomas Ellis and John Ball, for.ab8eonding i from the chain-gang— SO lashes each. | john Hynes andjohn Baddowti, (prisoners employed in the public works,) being drunk 1 —25 lasheB each. . j Thomas Highland (assigned to Wm. Ash- 1 fcamer, Esquire) disobedience of orders, * drunkenness, and insolence to his master— 25 Jgnhes. . Mary Page, (assigned to Dr. Landall), diso bedience of orders— confined in a cell on bread and water ten days. Mary Jones (assigned to J. M. Stephensen) gross insolence to Her mistress— to be sent to - the Factory, crime class, for six months. I Alexander Rose, for assaulting Iteuben Hay ward — charge digmifsrd at R. Hny ward's re quest «n paying prosecutor 5« ,and rostt. Tuesday, 7lh,~Wi|li«ni Gumhamand Wm. Buckley, being drunk — fined $» each. George Bayford (assigned to J. Cox, Esq., drunk and out after hours— reprimanded. Terence Cullen, (assigned to R. P. Stewart, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. General Pott Odine, Launceston, December 17th, 18 30. idem* James Kljwio lira. ? B. letwdge^U irooksT.' orlon Margaret ro«n G. W. ryanT. oney Thouftf ,re Milliaa rjson Mr*. niley William, C. fcapmanF.W, larkeJ.T-.' isher Joseph; owsett 3am . e; Tans W. F. c rguson John prrester T. iizgibbings Patrick oriier J. 0. reeii Catherine rowdale Mills H. iispII A. filyard D. ?oiloway C. tnntley D. ?erring Mr. lighett John Bill S. M. I J* ?onps James Inspector of Stock K«nnpdr 7. ~' Kenny George I L iturey Cordey LordJM. ' iM11' Ik McDonald James ?? .: o. ..,-?; Owe James. ' i . . ' P, ' ' Pitman Joseph Prest Effm. Proctor j. Powell Jno. R. RIeley John ft«n6ids aamea Robinson Mr. Robinson Wm. Rean Mrs. S. Scott Thos. Scott Jas. Srott jno. Scott Alexr. Scott Mr. : Spencpr Win. Smith Wm. Standring E. Sutherland j. C. Stewart R. P. Sewart G. B. T. Taylor j. Tani Kate. W. Waddingham R. Whitchurch W. W«-H John - WiUiatt N. Webb Henry Witfield T. Watson Edmund 'Wainw'rTgM...

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POLICE REPORT. Monday, December 13th, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

POLICE REPORT. ManiMu. December \3th. 1830. George Mallows, (assigned to Mr. H. Priaulx), disobedience of orders tbirifoorntng, and grass and disgraceful lapguagfe to the overseer — fifty lashes. John H&rnood, (assigned )o Mr. WhitcMab), disobedience of orders— twenty-five tubes, ? : Isaac Brock, (in the Public Works), char ged with befog out of his lodgings after ten o'clock last night— fourteen days to hard la bour. . -James Hcaley, (assigned to Lewis Gillis, Esq.,) refusing to obey his Mistress' orders — severely reprimanded. Tuetrfoy, Dectmttr \Alh. . James Adams, (assigned to Mr- Lamont), charged with having in the month of July last oast, feloniously stolen a hempen rope of the value of seventeen shillings, the goods and chattels of Thomas Brogb, of the river Ta mar— committed to trial btfore the next Quarter Sessions, to be held at Lauhceiton. Wedneiday, December 15th. Ann Walker, charged with being drunk and disorderly — fined 5s. Thomas Caryl, charged with having ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

SA'JLES BY A.UCTION^ BY Mr. niC&ARD WHITE, Atthe.Laqnceston Hotel, on Wednesday, the '!9-h December, at 1 o'clock, Pi M, t— ?, AQlM'NTITiT of tiacUimed Pitfper ty in the possession of Police, and advertised in the Launcett»n Adrirtiter, of April, 1829, consisting oft—- . Old muskets ; Fowling-pieces Pistol* A few £rtjcte|«f jew#Herjr and o|d watcbet . A cartliarnwg - i' A bag of sugar, &c., &c. . :, By Order of the Police Magistrate, (Signed) P. W.WELSH* ' Chief Coniiatlei ,\ HY Mr. RICHARD WB1TE, $ At the Government Wharf, where the VLttOurce ; ; now lies, on Wednesday, the 22nd inst., at i| 13 o'clock, positively without the least re- '% 8**rvk c-' _ '?* ifltfkBatrS Mauritius SUGAR, and SQ I '^'Hogsheads BROWN STOUT* I PROMPT PAYMENT. i Laanceston, Deer. 20tH, 1830. | ? BY Mr. RICHARD W&ITE, 1 At His Majesty's Stores, on Thursday, the I aird lost., at 12 o'clock :- ' I «s*«W«W30' oirslffils Wheat Skfeenings and | Sweepings, about 2000 pounds of Bran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

AT a General Meeting, held at the Launceston Hotel, in Lauiiceston, for the purpose ot establishing R ACES in the County of Cornwall, agreeable to advertise ment, James Cox, Esq. being celled tg the chair, the following Officers were elected for the ensuing season :— Sleicards, JA^ES COX, Esq. JOSEPH ARCHBH, Esq. THOMAS DDTTON, Esq. THOMAS LANDALL, Esq. Sea clary, ALEXANDER l'ATERSON, Esq. Trenmrer, JAMES RAMKIN, Esq. Clerk, JOHN W. GLEADOW. Esq. AisikiuhI Clerk, Mr. ALEXANDER WADDLE. Commit/re if (lateral Management) THOMAS DUTTO.N, Esq. THOMAS LANDALL, Esq. ALEXANDER PATERSON, Esq. JAMES HANKIN. Esq. JOHN W. GLEADOW, Esq. It was resolved as follows ':— - That the Races be run at Launcelton, and Commence on i he 2nd Tuesday in March, 1*31. That a list be open for Subscribers, and left with the Treasurer, with Mr. Hardwicke. Norfolk Plains, and Mr. G. Hope, Cterojibell Town. ? . . ' . That the Subscription be 4 guineas Tor the first year, and « .guineas $er annum, after, wards. Hnd ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

Extuact of a Lettter from Calcutta :— ' Williin these few flays, Lord Willian Bentick has agued to a||ow European planters, &c, to hold Ifases of land, in their own names— a great step truly ; but most abhorrent in all ?I?8.!1-0 ''' co«»pany, and which I fear they # I d'5B1PPT«ve. It puts an end to a system bf boundless menducily,. injustice, fraud, and folly/under which lauds where held reaU* cy Europeans, but in the names of native,d'«T |-enflents; It gives a European a sort of palit ical or rrfcognized place in the social body. He maj now Show his face in a court : and it leads Ao-iM*i#t^^n««1^ilir#W«'id|- ^SmWkVSR men? - oura^^^^^ri^^^aTd manutactunB^iiBMiriqmtE. to U#j|giVitB I iu lfirge fixed intthiH^^^blaVUiat produce slow relurn* (which !i not the owe jwiih fndiero, ourrf»nly snccessful ilaple hith tieni ra'Myi ' andiato' ^ifrftistf f-'S supply of tftter SnBtrum/ritt'fof i&sfic1-; lanfl-cKeaper than we nbw Icbmttand,'^ s'fljins thli last, I say ttruVh ?i-oret...

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DREAMING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

DUKAMINC. Many of the phenomena of dreaming are very obscure and difficult to l--* accounted Tor. This interesting branch of mental philosophy is too generally neglected. Men commonly will not think twice on a subject, whose apparent ly irreconcileable anomalies occasioned them, at first thought, perplexity and disappoint* ment. Who can tell what parts of the lium»n body are exercised in dreaming f Why do we sometimes, but not always, dream; In shnrt, why do we dream stall ? 1 go, at midnight, into a bed chamber, where all is silent except the ticking of a watch : I gently draw aside the dusky dra pery of the bed, and there is disclosed to me the figure of a mart— pnle, noiseless,- motion less—closely hugged in the embraces of death's mimic — in a word asleep. I examine him more narrowly ; it is evident ihat hisM-nses— tbn«' inlets to the understanding— are closed ; ami. consequently, can convey to the mind no information from without. ' 1 4ouch,him rather Totighly; but he is insens...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 20, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

[?] ttfiptrfmlijJrmrficm Skexrawi of. ttoojirknire futtrgttgfL h prevcuting the JBijis of trutt flnpi Ma&tntpfg |ad W' fttiqf their jiower.' 'el * ? ; j .-^;i(; ;,: The inhuman practice of inflicting Cor- peral Punishment has ever been the dis- grace of the British Naval and Miliary   Establishments, and although it is cer- tainly of late years much less frequently resorted to than formerly there is sufficient of the system yet remaining to call forth the interference of humanity. It is in Van Diemen's Land a peculiarly delicate subject for a Journalist to touch upon, and is one which perhaps requires more judg- ment and caution than most others which come under the sphere of a public writer.   Independently of this nothing can be more revolting to the feelings of him who possesses the slightest degree of refined sentiment, than the consideration of so barbarous and degrading a punishment ; nevertheless he who pretends to use his pen for the general...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 December 1830

- ,'??:'. ot,.;- ???? -.'*; -??\n?i-~:i! ,.?;?- .(,'-:-. ??»£ -uj a ;..g»gy;'aB^gliBM-,'}'i! No arrivals this weA. ??? .?:;;-:?'. -is .,i- ; ~ -i £ Sailed:           On Friday,— The schooner Tasmanian Lass, G. Thomas, master, bound for Hobart Town, with 1,800 bushels of wheat, 6 bales of wool shipped by J. Cameron, consigned to J. Swan;   5 trunks, and 2 boxes of apparel by J. Tossy to     order. No Passengers.     Same day,— The schooner Friendship,—^—'! Nell, master, for Circular Head, -with 1} cask* of cult, 63 sacks of flour, 29 bags of bran, 40» bushels of oats,. ISO do; barley* 4H tan --f turpen--l tine, 6 chests of tea, 1 puncheen of brandy, 6 cart boxes, 1 cwt. steel, 4 tons of iron, 2 boxes glass, 2 chain cables, 1 anchor, 16 ba.rrels of pork, and sundry merchandize consigned to Edward' Gurr, Esq. Passengers, — Edward Curr, Esq. Messrs., Neil, Co...

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FATAL EFFECT OF A LIB. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

FATAL EFFECTS OF A LIB. A BANK note had been stolen out of a lew it watt traced to th' bank, the clerks olwi said, they had paid it to a young man I very much resembled a person wbo was] the General Post-office. Thi- was a strong £ sumption; to make it, howevi-r,miirh stionji the character of th«- yo.jiie man was inquii) ^ into, and ii -*ppear-'d by the evidence, ot! brother cl- rks, at the office, that hevHveifj - _ ? _ M ? _~.l._4 *1-AH ...^..14 ^IT.b-tS 0 manner superior iu «ini tn«-i «'??« Bl'if and that Ii' nail uften tb'td them that lltey « not live well t-no'igh for him ; this hid gra weight with tlie jury ; he was convicted j|| executed. It appe -r*-ri unfortunately sooiup lis execution, ihai th' young man had li| in the mort fiugal manner, to suppnnj Bgrd ami distre-sed mother and that to d vent his hring teased Ii* his ypung friends; not living in ?'-' way th^y did. (which woj have completely put a stop to his pious e« j eriions in lavour «f his moth'-r,) he Hj reconi-se t...

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AN IRISH HEDGE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

AN IRISH HEDGE SCHOOL. Ov reaching the liouses, uugepe «opPbm u» in tront of one, the roof *f wbich.hod, fallen in.-This^U all that rpmains «( o»r. ^(JSff icnool: ^^iirh^no^msnsldi*; sat Pbll. Sulivan, wielding his birth »b if it had been a ?centre, while his lijltle subjects were ranced round on benchps formed of -.069, that vou mav still see along the wall. The fire, when any was required, w«v mBde in lie centre of the apartment; the fuel being fur nished by eatb scb'olar daily lirlngine' a turf with him. The door was formed of stakes interlaced with wattles, h loop of which thrown ovei'a crooked noil, served the pur pose of- a lor*, aodn rude table, that ? the in»ster sat at, was all the desk in the school. 1 A* ihcv camo in attbe door, the urchins were ! obliged to make their best b«w, by drawing ?buck the left leg, ca«'hiim the tuft_ of hair that hung over the forehead, and bringing their stiff necks to , the precise artbfmatiral curve lhat constituted p.illtenes«; whilf Phil, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

,, SALES B¥_Ai.T€TTON, J'HOUGHTON Kwpertfulljr begs to ? call the attention of the Public to the folio win besi-bre'! and beautiful Stud of HORSES *ad MARES that ever w«--e. imported vinto the -Colony* and .now landing from ih , Brittannia, and which he will dispose of ..without reserve by I'ublic Auction, at the gfioudun Auction Mart, on Monday next, the ^Srd January, 1831, »t 12 o'clock noon :-— ,. DEFIANCE, .'? A Bay Entire HORSE, stands I64 haads . ,kigh, large in proportion, Sire N--lnon, Dam : Rockingham Mare, waranted to be a good Draught Horse, and sure Foal getter. [ A Pie!-nld Entire HORSE, stands U bands 1 high, Shv, a java Poney, Dam Hector Mai* —Tie is h good Gig Horse, likrwise a qui . Saddle Horse, for ladi«s or genileinen. A Bay GELDING, stands 14$ hands hi«h, 6 years old, good Saddle or Cart Horse, Sire Fireaway, Dam Hector Mare. ' . ? A Bay GELDING, 15 hands high, 5 years eld Saddle or Gig Horse, Sire Hector, Dum , .Shark Mare. A Chesnat.MAHE, warranted in foal by ...

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