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THE EARTHQUAKE AT AMALFI. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

TIHE EARITHIQU.KE AT A3IALFL (From the Atlenraum.) Tnr details of the terrib!oe'erthqnae e which took place at o.alfi on the I4th of August, reach Ya.oos ba slowlyr. Each post brings notice of n necflfmlated amaontt of aenlriag. aO to tmented list oef teth, anad p.rteei?ars of a cims tation fir sotepisin an ;thing that has occurred ii the Italian Peninsnan. for many r'ars. The Oiciel Jnaroal pabiies~ v a rames enut of t.,e estattrphe; so vague,e ined, that it is inpossi be: to -:-ather any ?ear ides from the Gorer; t.eat re; ort. I have, however, seen several persons frcm 3a16, and from their narratirea aill enea? vour to irve you iea of tthis awful risi ta:oan. The merning of the 14th August was very cltr:-, and a leaden tmoosphere prevailed. it a- s remarked that ar unusual silence appeared to crtebl over the animal worL!. The hum of inseamsceacsl, the fe:tl.ered Tribes were mate, not a lreath of wi:nd moved the a: Ie vegetation. rAbou-t hlt-past two o'e,:noc, the town of 31afi ro...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ROBBERY AT BUNINTONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

Rosnzax r T Br'cxroro.-On 3Ion!ar. a&at threc a ricc aerý <cx named Elliot Ai:reh oan rwas rtbl.cl o the hibhw::, abhat thret mrileO from Buninvan ,a hy an armed bashranneer. who t',k Ih, hi h=e,ac't cinat art horse, sadd!~ cnn. hrid!e, s-ven soveretins, a Uniao Bank Bill of Exa hsne fc £0, in f faror ofeiha Gill (2nd of Et!chanc) a si!rer .match, No 10, W. I., S:ec.,ns engrcaxvd on the insid!e of the back c-tse. - pair of new s::ad le hats, tether rope and neck Terp. andl a pil! of striped frowsarsr T!:e rctbaeris knLorn to bea man namen Elrward NEel ife. I licas .Jeric , who was ltchW in tie erl pla. of .r Win:ter. he is well known to the alice, an. is not likely to he long at l:rge. the robber was mcnated when he attachkei L Aitchesacn. iat afterwards ahandorl his own horse, and rode of with the one aba? e mentior.e3. The horse he!eft is supposed to Le a stolen one, n.l is nor in the eusto!v of tiCe pFlce- at au:.inron. It will bt pe?ceived from x a~n erri-emea...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

VAN D[EEMRN'S LAND. Tax CesciL--The debates in Council about rratters of comparativelr trivial import, in so for as verbhige is concenale, are begi?ning tote a, prolific that we re-eehon the remarks of 3fr Chapman and Mtr Walker, wl.o comnlained that their valuable time was wastesd by listening to unmeaning disputes withlot any filed olject, except to perples the representative members of the Legislative Council. The Attornoy-General ahen Ie gets up on his legs says that he will o;ly detain the Council f?r a few minutes, and bel!old th?ece minutes Iust fir an hollr. Tlhe .nli e tnr-Gereral in his remnari:s is brief anl to the point. The Colonial Tre?surer is very discareive, and on all ocioiions quotes the example of the [,,perial Parliamen:, as if there was any cimil rity between the consi?litition of Eninnal nnd that of Van Diemen's Iund ! The position as a?nml is the-same perfect fhrre Iritlerio per. formesd, by which the adherents of thia Govern r.ent have enriche? thomeetves an...

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POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. BEFORE Captain Fyans and Captain Addis. ABSCONDING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

POLrCE OFFICE. Toraesoa, F'ra.n:ar 26. BtrEne Captain Fyans and Captain Addi. A BCO.?tI'G. Patrick 3-nrrmr. n Israelite, hearded like a pard, was brerht before the Bench, chrge,! by Mr Francis 3'oill, farmer, residing at ,ioint Plessant, BIrrabcoll Hills, with noe;.aet of daty in refusin- to ork. arnd also with leain. his hired serviCe rwithout leare, on the 19th itn stent. It apparrd from the statement r.of 'pT;ill, who is aoone of the Israe!i ish fraternitr., thtsn the ier'ring bef re referred to, 31nrrae ins:ted "pin having fried egs for brheoat: contrary to .peFi:al oler, awhich ad been e; ivered ' ar U r 3Gil, to his 'l:efe cuisite.' He was trtd by .is manter to eat meat like another mun, sil not indule in sceh e-icurean daintie-, and then to proceed to his tenal arceation in the fte:':. This nIerrai reIhed'l to do,nnles.hisoiecuiarpen chct t for fried eggs to as first indultge in. Srome lr tiler airercation, it appear!l. took phce, ? na L- 3i'Gill hlnded 39 rnty out of the itc...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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KOSSUTH AND HIS COMPANIONS HUNG IN EFFIGY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

EasSar : A l :ir Caaratoss Hrse is mr.--Simultneoas almost with the arrirvl of lEoss.th anel his co aieons on Enilish soil, the Az-trian Goernmnamot lith rs at Pesth the -fir h.Iech Enilish srr~p-thb:anlt TLrnish good faith ha;e ncce-lald in saril tl:em from. On t~he no.~ni of the r2nd inst ~r., the reams and Ce?i. of the Hunyirian fu.-itives were puilieIr exer? ed by hang;i, them in the market-place ef Pest!, - aih all the dreadful solemnities which acnompane the eeecatice of a munean being. The military were drawn out and formed into a si;inare, within which there ap.pered the usnal Na?loie. The oblcer in conmmannd read the sen tence of the court-martial, aecording to which the followin per-ons were sentenced to death in etfi -y, h.ving been triee'it: contuanedon (Anrlice, .while f,?eives from justice), and fie?d guilty of high tresan. The sentence haring been read. tlelhan':nam wasorcred to do his doty, which ha dil hr I:.nging np a st-ing of hhe e. boards, on alwhi: the namas of...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

SYDNEY. Ten Tt.o.S, I?a:L.Cta' 12.--0n the 1Oth I:stanit a l.e. on, eain to be in g.od cirma.isretaes Crcn Port Adl:t.ie, of the ti :me,of Di)ul:a:n, wis .ilel hby tle filiBg in of a trunnel at Miidy P'.int. Sini-Iular to sry that he had frequently rem.trked that the tunnel wouJd sotne day fali in ant kill l:-i ; and not vithstandi? io hi belief of tiki it appeared that e had n t takt:n he noccstsrY Ureca':tl . to scthre it. Tiere wias a L?,i-- i'-ito e-, ".ry up'on the biyi, r.in the ,re.iet in acieai :cc wi0h elthe abovai eiidence. ie was:,huried this ornirn'_.-i.ist nthi , aborut 8 oeclock, an old man walking along just below riy tenit felt doxn a pit t!;e dep:h abiant thirty fet, wi:h carpet ii" and Lur.de: there was .aro ftv five fet of waitr in the pit; there are •w Ilanadi' places in the pit. IHu he tfallen on o itlher of ti-e e mu in a't have been illed. i:e as a feebl! oil mn?, but shnon'e. lintiy. tie was oon' extrient. tirot his une-mfrtabie r.cl ion; nni the orly damag h...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SIR R PEEL AND THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

TR I PEEL AND TUiE TIMES. (Fromn Carlyve's Life o Sterling.) Tr: supilort, bi Edward Sterlingsou the Times, of Sir Praert IPeel's drst 31inistry, and generally oftPeel's statemanshi, was a conspleuoues fet in its day ; but the return it met with Ir-m the person " scielr interested smay be considered well worth reoredisu. The following ltter, after m ?eanderineg through I know not what intricate conduits and consuiltations of the 3iysteriouss E:ltity whose addlress it bore, came to Edward Stu.rlier as the real fldh-and-blool proprietor, and has been foand among his papers. It is mwikel Private: r-(Pri;.te) Fo l a Elitor of the Times. W\hiteh:all, April 18, 1535. " Sir,-ila ing this dioy deliverd: into the han Is of the Ein.? the Seals of oie, I can, I ath cru- a-,r iln:Fn:r-t'on of an interestel motive, or any i:imseimeiint frotm scrEptalusi feeligs of de i-c-er, esprers my dee' sense of the powerfiul support w?ric! thAlt groerment over 0 V!i h I shad thes honear to ires.ide received...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

ADELAIDE. A otSN tr ts who ha; juot a-rirc! from this devoted colony derriaes the pre ent state of hirng s no be?r?d concepticu. Peroens who, a f"w shbort mon!ths age, valued their freehcld proaprties at tl;housands of ronnIs are en adl., to o:a:n enoghi to bring them to Vic toria. A room fall of ftrniture wen toll! hb aiction in the ;eighbcnrhood of Ade!aide for teanty-five shillings, or.d a four-romed cot tag, wi:h a qar:.er of an acre of ground at tnch-d, in the cityo. .s di peoed of for £15.1 T'he " press," teo, n learn is Ibielv most keenly to feel the goli maniar ; frrther reductions in toe Oin *nad number of puablictions was daily lolaot for. I2ouRotTtO rmon Socrn ACSTrnLtA. - On Friday List 9S7 per'onu arrived in the port of 3lelbhorne from Adelaide. \When it is reel L eted that in the Igirnning of October last the o.opuiation of that o,loy was computed at 68,000, arnd that, in the beginning of this yr it was redmteeI to than le?s G0,000, it nill ba admittel that the rate at...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

*$ fllptU fitrettl etnct. GEELONG. 'CLEARED OUT. Feb. 26-Dart, brig, 134 ton., H. Sansom, master, for Hobart Town, with 13 pass.ngers. Carver and Dalton, agents. 'Feb. 26-Henry Flward, brigantine, 84 ton, J. Davidson, for Melbourne. EIPOOTS. Per Dart-15' sheep, 18 bales and "50 bun diles sbeet`slis Johnston and Go ; 6 packages apptrel, Strochan & Co. Per efonry Ehlard-lo sofas, 3s .packnes rope. 56 hales .wool, 10 chests tea. 13 buckets, 27,539 ft. pine boards. G000 ft. timber.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

:,R T, 0 NDO --The A l ship ;- -.rrti ." n' o. n r €mm. - tnerr sps gopd -p ,, :'OG!L F o fre'tetht or 'asag ip CT[EA' TO AND FROM OEELONGr. Alteration in Time. l.: d after .Mozday next, th- 23rd a, the " lESTA, steamter, I lee Ce's harf every Monday, e. anl Fritad" morning, at ni' e . i the Wharf, Geelong, every b a, T"hrsdar and Saturday morn 1;, at nuine oclock. p. B This ressel will not tow on her e. Gro:'o WAtRD CoL.E, Whalf. F v 21, 1823. ... _ -------- ApIT'ASTA: STEAMER. ,. 7 ri:xal Nebourns and Gec -i :" ,ore steamer leaves the Geelong :r I..rf ie Melbenre every Mlon -, Wed,5.d-v tad Friday morsnngs, << o'y rr' eA preciseiyi retuorning every B. B. TITrros & Co., Geelong agents. r; -t:re. t, Jan. i, 1832. ; ITO AND FR Mt LAUN CESTON. -e ? "CITY OF yiEL ' EOU RNE " will csntinue ." cer trors as? sna-leaving .31el orCe, L, 15ih, and 25th of each month; , .] La,:::c rtn ll , l h, 20th, and 30th. " nil not lay up as adverti'ed to -"e a;ertions, it h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

THE statements of our correspondent at Forest Creek are apparently at variance with these of our correspondent at Friar's Creek. We place great reliance upon the honesty and ability of both; and, notwithstanding the differing tendencies of their communications, re claim the belief and confidence of the public for their respective revelations. The Forest Creek diggings have never had the un enviable celebrity of those at Friar's Creek, and it is quite likely that a re sildnt at the former locality may con bider the state of scoundrelism at the latter place over-stated. We are anxious to place before our readers the most an thenti.; information, and although we may have been unable to sift every statement completely, we feel boli todcclare that our reports have been characterised by greater aceura:viy thacn be claimed by any other ne.sp:aper since the commencement of the present excitement. Our corres pondent at Forest Creek thinks that we have been too severe upon the Govern ment, an...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

MIELBOURNE. ARRIVED. Swift, schooner, from Launceston. Pasengers -M3rs. Hughes and child, SIrs Campbell and family, master Turner, i[r Strickland, Captain Martin, and 50 in the steerage. Eliza, schooner, from HobartTown. Passen gtrs-3iessrs Halliday, Iallam, Graham, and 23 in the steerage. SMargaret Brock, barqno, from Hobart Town. Passengers - Mr Iloy, Miss Ilenderson, Miss Sherwood, Vra Serjcant, Messrs Robertson, Pet tard, Carter and S7 in the steerage. James Gibson, schoor.er from Sydney. Pas sengers-Mr and Mrs I r'C-ann, liiss 3['Cann, Mossrs Honton, Laurie, Brigs, Italing, Kettle, MiLean. Lilia, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers Five in the steerage. Fortune, brig, from Sydney. Passengers Ir. and 3rs. Brown and four children, Messrs Cnamlins, Jolnson, Williams, and 35 in the steerage. CLEtRED OUT. Enchanter, for London. o passengers. City of Melbonrne steamer, for Lannceston. Passengers-Hessrs Farie, Rese, DIl, Ashur, Rose, Infham, Hurst Friend and Campbell, and UMis 3'Kinnon,...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

AALL.mnn JgA3Os-rS. - Grain and Flour. O ;re r 17= ,Eoeat, 3s to 3s 91 per bnsheh ?,-- trf,, I3 pe tol; barley, Fr.;lisb, 3o per Sl of 50 -ls ; Cape barley, S o lper busbel OIL' 0p;t, 3s 6 to4o do; had, new, £l lOs 11',fth e llsI tc-. dan, wheat bas Jeclined in .;::e C jo pr bhel I, owing in a greatimea nre to *te uilt'1-s in the money market. Marki let be -Gold 67s 61d osis. ti-e maare List.-Berrao, £75 to £; 6, eseh

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LETTER FROM MR. DELEGATE KING London, October 11, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

LETTER Fr" RO) ! T11L o rr;Eir ht Coslfdn, ýtrtaber~l Sra,-T have hn'l the hono! r of rpeci"si lottere of thn Lt h April, and of dlie Wf'blf 1nd 29th of 21Ly brat, Your f .roof! and 29th of Mn fnorrlobh we with tee r; monieationa adlrc-oreh to 5k. Jnck-e 'tl oi`te itr' CLnl Angent, jod rTº g the lueo eo-OhjOTD t nith hip In onrrytf~ hlg~ r~ " ":o.e.l nl into tf!etc, while those of tho ti il tI28ih YIl., place Dme in Iposses 1 i iilt f lading of a rcse forwnrdil to mei I,!. ' ett e J>'-e, Contlaiing reports of the S' I ,1 , i, cOseAocation, for diosri'ouion ilk i o'"rters, a~d aidise nm of a letter of a fo" r li dn gudanceof mniyelf andl the i "'..c r"'s F- cthe Leauo. in this countrv, but a •: ,r ,r,, to srI, has not yet cmi to haiad. "'** *r,4 Vntim friendl, r. Jaclsoo, hadl writ A 1,- t legthi prior to my arrial, in reply to ,r ou immuicitions to him, it is unneceso ry i't rI aould Udo more than assure you that it i, re tio greateL possible pleasure to Il r"te ith bini in any m...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

SYD?EY. HTiz PAUL.--Althaouh part of the roadway heretofure paesin- through the centre of Hlde Park, as a scotitnation of 3)Marcarie-street, has been fencc: in, and men last week eammence'l hreaBin" it op; the pro?a-res of the work is necesarilv ?bIso, Ta fact seaeral rears nnet pass nwer before the park can he '?.ir completed, hi),eeer, it riil be a trulr lw-,aniul pl.re. We swill state bri, v the natures of the intended int peroaements. TLe streets fcrting the park will fro each made twelvhe feet wider be takma_ j Cthe f.twanv 'ext tie fencing, and tnnkin, paths ithia the i:otter On the western side of the bread path neat the old line of 3 eqnnrie-street, a wile belt of trees and sLnrubs will te at ones planted, the trenchingoperations for this pur p~se hari't bwea streadlr commenced. lifrend thi, andl counected with the present main peath, at various interval., will be a second walk twenty-two feet wdle, like that already made, and run.ning parallel to the latter. Ul.imutel there...

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OTAGO.—NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

OTAGO..-1EW ZEALASD. The followinv information about the. settle ment of O:-ao. is conta?nld in a petition to the Impera! Parliament, from the Satiler' Ansocia tion : This settlerment was founded in 3Lrclh, 184S, by the Lay A-sociation of the Free Chur;h of Stotlknd ?:,ier a scl:emo which secured that . s an acre for th' purchase money for Lhni in the setrieenet eshos.u be devoted to a trorision for churches atd schoo' lsin connection with that !eno?r.inti?oof Christians; and also, that all prhase:n of l,:d In iite settlement, as well as ilen-- emit:lino , shoulc be aplroved of by the soal a ?ah:ioan. The pe,;nlatao: of thin s ettliement now amonuats to about 1500ah':io. tI miniST _.- .kern miuantbhled, and a church erecied, capab!a of Ih:l!ii 400 percns, in D·ucAin, tie lrinueiFp to-n of the settlemeur, and schioo.i d in thes nare bhaiding. A second ehnu cl and school, capable of co. tatnii'a 00 neraons, is about to te erected at Port Ctha!unet , rte usua! a.chorago of large A lilr...

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BOVILL'S PATENT FOR GRINDING CORN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

J3OVELL'S PAITENT FOR GUISDISrJ (Prom the Timeo.) 74T0~ F.onorrion of vhewl into Auer involres two vcry simple pro sc-areirat, the breaking of the Sed i JsttWn iWo eirrisler atones With rough ourtires, and the fbnuotion rf neal thereby; secondly, tihe sependtior of the honk from tbhe hcroel, by,"drenoing" the boor tireegl a siere nid frteillh it frnom br:n" eand . .>:lhical terins applied to the hlau, ho degree of Lnane-i into wlit h ich it, It will bo obvious Itat the q y lepen Is upon the extent to which t i, ran and pollard, for this determi- es ;" less. It will flso readily be ,ndr hie refuse carries away with it mo oft hble substance of theawheat thar is o?a Sgreat .aste ensues. No wheat ^ arge qumntity of gluten, which ~der Favoorable circumstanees renders it 5,-, ulhesive; when, therefore, in addition t L- ground in a damp itate, the ~mt , Aie stones convertig ia into meal .tn'i ateo at which the one revolves o0 the .: nuse the meal produced to.come awa? in eated state, an...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE f TIls sita of aTlirs in South Atric is one o eer-inureasing e;nba.rra.ment' and hopeless en tangihleant. I'he t Cfni , aw.a-o of their ina bi iE to comapiee wih din iploe;d soldiers in the fi:;6 , hLte poured nriimtracn swarms into the coloan, li1 di eale!ezs by Sir Ilirry Simith's concetratai?n oft tie tron, at his disposal in iteir urn cuaitrr, to coerce them tiere. If the LEagiha Cai?.manw; r-in-Chief follow them, he :wiln acknotwlege himself balfed, and thus ea ScouUr;e them to continue hostilities ; if he re Smaiin here ie i, he r;-ill leave the Eastern dis tricts uf the colony to i'e sacked and plundered. The vsavges have out-generalled him. tie thoght to crush them in their native strong holdj; they kept him cooped up there, and tarry the war into the English territory. Bat this is only asmall part of the evils with which Soath Africa is menaced. Dissensions and war are ex tediuon over all the British settlements. Of these tlere may be said to be four, each...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

ADELAIDE. i .. Anir .-Waterwitch, barque, from Guirn lev and Fa!mnnth. CLEAtro OcT.-Fanny, bnrque, for 3fel kune. Maid of the Mill, Echouner, for 3lel bourne. j Prrate leftters sa, that the General Screw 5eam-ship Navigatron Comlpny, which now has the uointret for the Cape Moai', were making trran~ ments for exten?ling their line to Syd ner. By the IFt of March they would have foar vPeels rca dr for the line :-the HErbinger, 920 one ; thP fadv JOnPlvn, 1750 tons : the Quaen of the South, 17.0 tons ; and a ship not auaedl, l750 tuu.--S. 3M. Herald. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 28.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPREME COURT. Thursday, February 26. INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 February 1852

SIUP3tEE COURT. Ti,nrday, February 26. The thir,! plan of distri.ution of the estate of Waiter Ferg-oae, otf Sianston-street, i?ien dr+per, was contirmed. By the tirst F lat, a di vidend cof s d8 in the paunl had been deelareJ. y thie second a dividend of Is Gd, and be the iadrdl a dividend of S !, maing Ss r d in the pso?ud. ECCLES:ASTICAL JI?ISDICeioN. oProbate of the wilt of the i;te Jusu!.a Dun%. of Iiing--trect, lieenc-ed rictualier, ras granted to Ti:n:hy Lane, sole enecutor named in the Letters of administration in tih estate of -Ja-^n Di!!on, late of Melbuorr.e, tce.ued, w.re granted to George Hall, of Sw.tastoT sieet Letters of admi:istrat'on in the estate of George Addi-=n, were granted to Mu-ia Addi son, widuw of the said tieorge Addisoo. Prob'ste of the wiij of the iato John Bear, of MI?ownune, asi gra::ted to Thombi liatchias B3ar, -ti?- eecutor irofate of ti;e will of George Gibbon;, late of G we,,g, w, o g .land to li:ouas Crie, s.Aie Ti Bisco. DOE a ER KiyE. r. re. J...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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