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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 December 1854

SYDNEY Our advices are to the 22nd November. The state of trade was rather gloomy-the 'Herald.of the the 20th remarks - The market, since the departure of the last mail has shown no substantial symptoms of improvement, and doubts begin to enter the minds of many as to whether, even, notwithv standing the support it will inevitably receive froia the country trade, any will" be experi- enced for a year or so to come. Much must of course depend upon the -amount of ship- ments during the next few months. Should these, agreeably to our repeated suggestions, he judiciously limited, then, and then only, there may be some hope of an earlier recovery from its prostrate and lifeless condition. Another point vitally affecting the interests of the trading community at the present time is that of the ruinously heavy responsibility incurred in the shape of rent (luring the "bet- ter tiiries." The reckl'es's competition which existed some twelve or eighteen months back with regard to premises will...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Local Intellingence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 December 1854

Local Intelligence THE ELOPEMENT CASE.-In our last we announced, that one Mr David Kelsh had undergone an examination before the Police Magistrate on a charge of stealing some trum- pery articles of wearing apparel, and had been   remanded. On Wednesday he was again brought up, and once more remanded until   Saturday (this day). The particulars of this singular case have not yet transpired in evi- dence, but the following aie the principal facts: —A few months ago, a Mr Smith was married to a Miss Fougere, and the newly-wedded pair shortly after established themselves in some "eligible premises'' in Argyle-street—the hus- band carrying on the business of a commission agent, the wife that of a milliner and dress- maker. A short time back Mr. Smith had the " great pleasure" of making the acquaintance of Mr David Kelsh, formerly postmaster of Melbourne, and then on a visit to this city. We   have often seen in prints and paintings that mischievous...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1854. (Before Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman; Mr. Alderman E[?]li[?]tou and Mr Kilburn[?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

&UÍ&TER SEEEICMS. Saiuhuay, Dr.cEM3i;n 2, 1B54. (Before Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman; Mr. Alderman Etlutou and Mr Kilburn.) Thomas Moran, charged with stealing a quantity of wearing uppurel from the nre iniies of Mr. Rlilvvcird, or the Ordnance De- partment,-said apparel being the property of of a gcntlúiiipu lodging there,-was found guilty. i Catherine Beeret and Briilgct Conway were tried for stalling a £20 note from flic dwelling house of Dr. Crowther'; but the defects in the evidence were such as io lead to the acquittal of the accused. Agnes Green, n hideous looking old woman, charged with stealing two loaves from the shop of ¡Mary Rooke, in October ¡a*t, was found guilty, recommended to mercy, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment'. . Sarah Lawrence, for stealing a fowl, the property of Thomas Hedger, was sentenced to   three months' imprisonment. Alary Doyle and Alary Bateman, were Iricd for stealing a quantity ofwrarinir apparel ; and, by u se...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

?qiinfeiPi^i»%ifig^fiii^Wi4 AUSTRALIAN]] packets. Pas<iss;re nrrangrcnaenf« from JEsigrland to Tan DScsnen's Xian«l. milE celebrated BL\CK BALL LINE X cf -tiUatrauaa Packets. Ship«. Roc». Capt Lightning", new .... 2M8 Forbes Oliver Laing, new ..." 1275 Manning Champion of tbe Seas, 22so Newlands 23onni8 Jean»"ew Abeideen ) iur<r""+i," onppei .20001 M Carthy Schombargi new. 2300 Duguid Marco Polo. 1525 M'Donnell James^aines avr. clip. 2400 0c3an Chief new. 1250 Tobin Indian Ocean ....*.*« tosí Mill Elisabethliarrison new Ï104 Jackson And other first-class clipper ships, Fail ti*ice a month from Emr'an 1 for AdeltiiJe Oee'ong, Melbourne, Sydrejr, Hobart Town and Launceston. The owners of the above well-known Line of Packet Ships beg to state that they have made arrangements by which parties in this country can engage Passages fur their Friends from ling land, r Ireland, .Scotland, and Wale, to this Colony, by paying the amount of the passage money to the undersig...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. IMMENSE ATTUACTION, 2nil night ot the engage- ment of ¡Sir 0. K. Mason, the celebrated Knglish Tra-.. Btidi.in. Mrs Brougham is also engaged. This kvening, >Vod nosda v, will lw pre si'titeü Morris's great tragedv of THKOAMKsTICH! Mr Muson ns Mr Hevorluy ; Mrs. Jirmigliain na Mrs Boverl"}-. Overture/-Orchestra. To roucltido with the admirable Potito ci.nmdy of VISED UP Sir Uh'irlt's Coldstream, Mr Sjfton Purry. Lady Clutter t/uck Mm brough:!!!) *. Private Boxes, Us". Dress Circle, 6s Pit2s. 6d. Lessee, Mr. F, ii. Watson. Singe Manager, Mr S. Parry

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

HOBART TOWN OS £S <23> «£^ <££» "SS» ^ © 1855 PAVILION rOINT. Ti H E " FIFTEENTH Anniversary Regatta, in commemoration of the Discovery of this Island byi Tas- man, in 1642, will take place at tho Pavilion Point on TUESDAY, the 2nd January nex. l»ATRON, His Excellency Sir W- T Denison committee. Messrs. J Aldndge J, Allport T. Brown C. B. Brewer H. Be>t C. Basstain T. D Chapman R. Cleburne . W. drier l'O S Cotterell U. Cook E. H. Cole ('. Cilviu W. Champion C UegiaVes J. Dobson G. Dugard J. Dunn, junior W. O. Elliston J. M. Gould C. Hall N. Lewis l T. Y.Luvres H. Lipscombe, j un J. Levien T. Macdowell A. II. Maning C. .W Midwood Messrs. A. Moi nton S. Moses A. M'Naughton A. nicholas Alexander Orr , P. Oldham P. O'Reilly H. Power Aithur Perry W Itnbertson I. 6. Ree\es Lavington Roope J. Rsby II Reeves H. E. B. Reed H. Risby C. T. Smith G. «Stevenson John S wan, junior W. Su gd on i II. P. Tonkin R. Truro Joshua Westbrork R B Watson J. Watson 11J Ld wards E...

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POSITIVE DISCOVERY OF A GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

POSITIVE DISCOVERY OP A , GOLD FIELD. Mi4 Kirwan the A P.M. of the' Huon district, arrived in town yesterday, hav- ing left the newly discovered gold-field at Three Hut Point the previous «day. He bring* with him five nuggets of a good size from Bryan's Farm, four of which were found in one hole, not two feet irom the sutface. The other was found by Mr. Ward, the Chief Distiict Constable, who took from the same hole a nugget weighing seventeen grains. These nuggets we have seen. Mr. Macdowell of Long Bay has also found several nuggets and from all the indications presented, Mr Kirwan is positive that a large nvnuable gold-field I exists in the locality. We understand that ! he started ¡ esterday afternoon to lay an official report before His Excellency» .who. is stayiag at New Norfolk. ADDITION AT. NEWS. Mr. James Sly returned from the Three. Hut Point diggings last evening by the Culloden, and positively asserts that it is the opinion of all those who visited the locality that ther...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

f ¿nú SatrUigciitt Robbe kies.-Information reached town on Saturday that ou.the provious evening, about niuo o'clock, a carter iii the employment of Mr. Hewer had been stopped by threo mm ^one with hit face blacken-'d) tied to a trie, in the neighbourhood n't' O'Brien's Ihidgo,.and robbed of £120. On Friday ni^lit a clYfLite catt, value £29, >vjis stolen fiom near th> shop ot Air. Gi'orae Knowles, Catnpbell-street. Q» the san,e nlght.ahutar. .?Sntuner-lees," belontr ing to Mr. Christie, ilrowu's River, wai broken into, and-a silver watch with .other valuable articles taken. On ¡Monday uigh*', sevetal Java Sparrows alni a pair of Doves were sudon from Government Hi use. The Goli> S e a h c h.-In accordance with a previous announcement, there was a strong muster «if Volunteers for tho Macquarie . H¡iií)ur Gold Expedition on Saturday alternnon iu Tnfa gar Place. Outol the nuuibi-r assem- bled, (about 100 wo shouid siy.) > r. Smith, the superintendent, carefully t-eleçtad 33...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

T^^îrrJL^in»îlyrORËD! HOLLOWAYS PILLS A permanent cute of a Diseased Liter of many years' duration. "Copy of a letter from Mr. Garnis, Chemist . Yeovil, to Profes sonH olio way Dear Sir,-In this district your Pills command a more extensive sale than any other proprietary medicine before the pudlic. .As a proof of their efficcy m Liver 'and Billious Complaints I may mention the following cases. A lady of this town with whom I am personall acquainted' for years was a severe'sufféïer from disease of the Liver and 'digestive organs; her medical nttenbant assured her that he could do nothing to relieve her suffer- ings, and it was notlikely she couldsurvive many months. This announcement naturally caused great alai m among her friends and relations, *nd and they induced her to make a trial of your Pills which so improved her general health that the was induced to continue them until she received a perfect cure. This is twelve months ago, and she has not experienced any symptoms ot relaps...

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IMPORTANT NEWS! LATEST FROM BALLAARAT. First Shots fired and first Bl[?]od spill[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

IMPORTANT NEWS! LATEST FROM BALLAARAT.   First Shots fired and first Blood spilt   The information published in yesterday's " Argus" is to an outbreak of the Ballaarat diggers having occured appears to be mainly   correct. The Government received a letter on Saturday, from one of the police offi- cials at Ballaarat, stating that a riot was ap- prehended, and noticing the fact of the placard, which we printed yesterday, having been posted over the diggings. It was then 'determined to send up à small, military detachment whose presence it. was consi- dered would have a salutary effect in pre- venting any overt act of rioting on the part of the diggers. Yesterday morning further information was received to the effect that disturbances had actually occured, and that a large body of discountented diggers had secured the persons of Commissioner Rede and Inspec- tor Evans, declaring at the same time their intention of holding them in their custody as ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

8 16» 1WHL% BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER ELIZABETH STREET. B.---Shipping supplied on the ehortea notice. Steam to Sydney direct« A Regular Tradrr. _ THE T.S.N. Company'«, fine new powerful Iron Screw Steamship TAS. MANIA, John Clinch, commander, will leave Hobart Town for Sydney direct, on TIIU«SI>A V tit« »tlk instant at 3 o'clock, This vessel will arrivo in Sydney bo as to meet the William Dennv, »team ship tor Auck- land New Zealand. " £r For freight or passage apply at the Com- pany's Office, Old Wharf. fehould it be found necessary the City of Hobart will run three voyages per month to Melbourne. C TonY> Manager. T.S N. Company's Office, Old Wharf, Hobar^Town, 21st November. A Wanted, N APPRENTICE at tlio Mercury office. A good opportunity offers for a well cducatedouili P On Sale at the Mercury Office, HINTING INKS, Black and Colored Black, in 2 dozen casks; Colored, m 1 lb tins, Law Forms. TH E New F«rms under the Common Law Procedure Act are on sale at this office. £2000 TO...

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The [?]er[?]ry[?] KOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

KOBAET TOWN i WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1S64. Ii' a stianger were to seek for the most striking oddity of colonial life, he would very piobably find it in il»e rage for pro- jects by which all the Australian Colonies are in a greater or less degiee distinguished; Tasmania can furnish her quota to the list -a quota varied in the objects o£ the pio positions, but presenting a stiiking sameness i.i their termination { they have been pro- jects and nothing more. Thus we have had within the last two years proposition'! to get coals from the Douglas uiver Mines, arid a dividend from the Company-to make the appai alus of the Mechanics' Institute useful -to convert the High School into a real'y Educational Institution-to found an Evan- gelical College (which, by the bye, hd<¡ at last lapsed into a nothingarian sort of board- ing school)-to arrange and catalogue the disorderly jumble of objects called the .Royal Society's Museum-to make a really respectable Municipal Corpoidtioti-t...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

shipping. M PORT Or? HÜBART. ¿£* ARRIVALS. Dec I-Schooner Flying Fish 122 tons,E Lucas Ironi Gidong, 21st ult with 2'W tàieep and Mindrie» pas-ergers -Mea»!« Cook and Holding. Agents, ¿»icl'herion and Ftancia 3,-Barque Lima 349 tons, McGregor, master from Palmouth August I6 with general cargo   Passengers« Miss Lucy Leary, Mrs Palper. Miss Chorley, Mr and .Mrs Skinner, Mr Solomon, ,Mr   A Id winkle, Mr. Webb, Mr. Thompson, and four . children Agent, L Roope.   D c i-Barque Don Pedro 11, J Grant from Melbourne ; passenger» - Messrs Chambers, I Topham. Newton and Comer I -4-llarque Fortitude, 255 lons, B White, ' from the Mauritius, Ott líith with a cargo of su¿ar Agent, A Morrison - 4-I3n< Melbourne, 15Ô ton«, VV Johnson, from Melbourne, in ballast. Agents Degraves Mid i o -4-Bug Dro\er 174 tons William Morrison horn Port I1 airy in ballast, -ng'eiit C ,1 Stone -4- brig Vary Grant, 160 ton* P Ungger from A'tlbouine, m ballast, agents ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

MF. SUBBEE'S GRAND CONCERT, AT Itl. Bel Sarte's, Assembly Rooms, ON Tliursday, December 7tL ASSISTED BY MRS. DVWSON, MONSIEUR DflL SARTE. MESiáBS. MEGisOií AND TllOiiPSON. P ÍK O M lï A Sí H-E. VAHl I. v | Overture-" Fra Dîavolo".Aubei. I Son» . " Thou ait gone fiom ni) gazp," Mr» Dawson .Linley. Solo - Piano - Grande Ftutaiete. " Lucia & Lui r ¿in," Mr BurirW ..Willmere. Chant,- Groud air from Lucia " Edgard a to* în'ilheui," monsieur Pel Mt-fo ...ï..Donizetti. Solo-Vii hu- Air Vdiice, Air. Mb»- , son.^.De Betiot. Dnett-" Le bai bier-je suis done, collo qu'il anne,"» Mi'î.^ Dawson, Alone. I3el Sarta . .l.:.lloisini. part ii. Overture-" Tancredi".¿.,;î»ossini. Irish Ballad-" E en and Patrick " Mrs Dawson.;"..Knight Solo- I'ia no-"Grand Caprice cur les motjfs de la So.nnnmbulu," Mr, llutj dce. ;.'lhalb'crg. Ohaut-(By deane) " Les jeux noir," . , Mon-. Del Sai te.ÍÉ. Arnaud Solo-Violoncello - Romance, Mr. ThoniOHon. O. Ilau&hniBiin, Duet*-Violin and l'luno, .Tdcgt-si»....

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SUPREME, COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 1854. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

SUPREME, COURT Tuesday, Di.cember otu, 1854. , (Before His Honor fne Chief Justice.) ron ocnr. John Andrpws Framnton was nhartred w'th forg'mg a cheque for J G 10s with intent to th1 frau'1. A ipennd count charged him with utt^rinqf thoehrque knowing it to be for-ert. John Webb, asbopker-p ron tim New Wharf nroved that on »the 30fh October, pri-w>npr bo'tght ¡roods at his place to the value of ¿C5 8< mid tenHpivd in p-ivrppnt a chrquc for £0 I s. draw» oti thf> rtnnknf Au<¡trdtisi>i in favour oi .T A Frampton,un<i pur'poiïinui to he siuned bv J !M'Cnl'ou?b. Witne-n thinking the rlipqui* was a bona fide ont», and flW the party sinning it was the Mewnrd of the Cu'loden steamer, give tbo prisoner the changp and the goo-ls w(»r« delivered at an add res Ipft by him On pt ienting the cheque at the bank ho was in lormed it wni aforaeiy John M'Cu'loii?b, stoward of the Culloden R'pamer, proved th t a for.cry had been com- mit!" d. Mr Turnbull, cishi...

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POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2ND, 1854. INSUBORDINATION OH BOARD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 December 1854

POLICE RÏÏPOUT. Saturday, Decemheii 2nd, 1854. INSUBORDINATION OH BOARD SHIP. Charles Doy le,, a seaman belonging to ths Honduras, uow lying in hatb»ur, was charged .A'ith insubordination, and using blasphemous ind abscene lauert ure Owards the somma udor. The offene», was proved by the evidence of C.iptain Palot and that of his chief officer. The tneti dented mint; tho language imputed to him but admitted telling the Captain that he " wotfld not ask tor Jiis discharge, if there woie a man-of-war in the harbour." Captain Palot said that Doyle was a ringleader of the dis- affected, and lhat it the ship had been at tea, hi-conduct would have amounted to mutiny. Committed to. ibu Houtie of Correction 1er twj calendar mouths. ASSAULTING A CONST.*»!-«- _ !.-»>.."", Plinsell. a tifkot-of-leave holder, wtiBchatgod with ass.tiiUiiigCotistalileDafReld who h.dired in the same house with hiuo-eif, '1 ho oouslab'e was not " on duty," and the ass lult complained of consisted of a kick in the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

AUSTRALIAN^ PACKETS. Passagre arrangement» ' from JSng-land to Van lMenien's I¿an«I. mHE celebrated BLVCK BALL LINE _| of Australian Packets. Ships. Reg. Capt lightning, ncw .... 2om Forbes Oliver Laing, new... 1270 Manning' -^Champion of the Seas, ^so Newlands Bo*pî??Y.e.lAbr:A i Carthy Schomberg', ne».23<,° Dngnid Marco Polo. 15-5 M'Donnell James Baines nw* °*'P 2*00 Ocean Chief new. 1200 Tobin Indian Ocean. 1011 Min ElisabothHarrison ne» 1104 Jackson Andother "first-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from Entr'and for Adelaide Oeeloog, Melbourne, feydiej Hobart Town end Launceston. The owners of the above «ell-known Line ot Packet Ships beg to state that they have made arrangements by which parties iu this country can engage Passages for their Tnends from Eng- land, Ireland, ¡scotland, and Wales, t< tin-. Colony, b> paying the amount of the passage money to the undersigned, who grant passage ctruhcates which secure the party nimed therein a free pass...

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POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1854. The Capture at the Marquis of [?]astings. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8?th, 1854. Tim Capture at theJtarquU qf lla$tir\ji. Thomas Lurchens, one of the men,captured at the Marquit of Harting«, (as narrated in our last) by constable MM shall, (through the instrumentality of the son ot the landlord, who gave the ltif trmation) has turned oat io be apa-sholdflr in the service of Mr. Minkie, builder. Hu was brought be to re-the police m i gistruto this morning, and sentenced to nine months i nprisonmant. * John Paget, a heo man, apprehended on suspicion of being con- nected with thopariy,was disobliged in th1 ab sence of any criminating > evidence. Cooper ana W irloik, having beeu identified as two nf the rum ins engaged in the robbery at Air. .' T. Brown's, were remanded for examination on that charge. Robbery at Captain Hamilton1», *?. Thomas Brown was charged with stealing a coat, the property of .Captain HamiJt/'ii, and John William Pelham was charged with ic «eiväng the same. Brown, who is apna«hoIrierin C...

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HOBART TOWN AND SYDNEY STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

HOBART TOWN AND SYDNEY ST12AM NAVIGATION COMPANY. . A MEETING of the shareholders of tlie above company was held on Wednesday morning, ut the Royal Exchange, to take into con- sideration the propritty of dissolving the com- pany : a course i coom mended by the hoard of directors. ' Alexander M'Nanghtoii, Esq., occupied the chair, and a hirue number of tlie principal holdeis of si-rip were in aütend-ínee Air: Perry (ilie solicitor of the company.) lead that clause of the ,<lecd of settlement regulating a dissolution -of the association, from which it appeared taut auch a'nie autre could alone be adopted ¡it a meeting represent- ing a: least one half of the total number of votes he'd hy ¿huieholdorsàn the coirtpanv. The lcanieid - gentleman ^ also st.ited the ciicuni sfances which lind induced the directors to recommend a dissolution. A clause c( the deed provided iiuu «ho company should not commence opérations until at-least a cnpital of £20,000 had been subscribed. A depo...

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INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY, DecEMBER 6, 1854. (Before the Commissioner, F. Browne, Esq.) In Re Brereton Watson. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

INSOLVENT COUBT, TlIUItSDAY, DeOEMÜKR 6, 1B54. "** I (Hefore the Comrriission«!', F. lirofrne, Esq.) I In Re Brereton Watson. This was an nity un>ed tneet-iiR for dischiirçe The im-olvent wai oidtnd lo be dhcbarged OB the applicationof Afr. M'iA'um. In re It O. Gibson. This »vas arîjournr-d fiigt meeting oT creditors; but no di-brs were pr"vpd. Ou tlie application of Mr. Gravo* (for Mr. Br«wei), a dnth'r ¡.djoiirn«! m<e \t\s, {ahn for "liparin/ »pplic ition foi dkchiirgo) wa»appointed tor tue 21öt.iii8iaiir. In ie Caleb Burdett This WRB a fit pt ireetinfr <.{ rirditr.rs. Insolvent <\\ho wv s supported by 3ir. Di»* WIT) WHS birught up m custody. On th* iipplie ¡finn ot Mi. Tonkin, tho ofli dal HRRigtipe, insolvent wna ordeied to fill «n account of his transactions for the hist t-svelre nu» the. The fir^t general mealing was fixed for the 21 »fc instant.

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