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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. GATHERING FROM THE GOLD FIELDS NO.III [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

ORIGINAL CONrRlBlJriONS: GATHERINGS FKO^I TlIE GOLD FIELDS. No. in. ' . ' ,, That fanciful theory cf human progression which takes for its,' symbol an ascending spiral curve, and rejects the cycle, may be very philosophical for aught I know ; but it is hardly verified in the so cial lifo of Australia generally, or the gold-diggings; in particular. To- be sure, society^ hite is in an altogether primitive state. v It has temporarily re verted to the nomadic form, and presents nearly the same external aspect which ifc wore four thou sand years ago, when Jiibal, ' tho father of all'such as dwell in tents,' roamed with his tr:bo- over, the prairies of Mesopotamia', But one may question whether, after all, the curve of progress really has ascended ; for it is_ difficult to realise here tho im mense advance' ?which' four* centuries have accom plished in tho social life of mankind. -The appear ance of external Nature is just as primovally wild jiow as-it was then. t Civilization, has never ...

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DISTRICT INTELLGENCE. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

DISTRICT INl'KLLHrlSNCJS. ?' ? CxUtCOAR. During tho week parties have returned hither from the Abercrombie, and from all accounts it appears probable that these diggings will turn out well. It is much hoped that during the interval between now and tho newyeaty' while some of our success ful gold diggers arc resting on their oars, they, will endeavour to find some of the shining metal in suf ficient quantities to ) pay, near this township, as there is no question but it exists, arfd not many miles distant ; it may not be therefore inapplicable to impress upon tho minds of tho inhabitants the old proverb, ' seek and yc shall find.' The Lord Bishop of Sydney performed divine service here on Sunday last. ' ? Carcoar, ' ) . . . Dec. 3, 1851. y ? ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

iPolHEne TFaron Gold Diggings. npHE undersigned begs to inform tlie public that .'Jv he has commenced running the Mail Coach daily from and to Bathurst and Sofala, starling from the Queen Victoria Hotel, Bathurst, at 8 A m. aqd. from Mr. Tolano's Stor-s, Sofala at 9 a.m., performing the journoy in six hourp. Fares .is usual — £1 oich,\vay. - Passengers will be allowed to carry 14 lbs., of luggage. All over must be paid for at the rate of 3d perlb. '-Parcels in reasonable bulk, nnder 5 lbs... 2s. ? ?'Do above 5 lbs. and under 10 lbs. ..3s. and 3d. per lb. for all over 10 lbs. -N.B. -The Propiietor xvill not be responsible for . accirfonts, or for delays occasioned by'the weather ' or -the bad state of the roads. Seats Will.be reserved in the '.Mail 'Conch from1 Bathurst to Sydney till the arrival of Mr. Rntton's Coach- from Sofala, Passengers by which will/have, the preference of the reserved'sertts. 'Mr! Rotton' will also reserve some seats in his Coach from°Bath urst to Sofala till...

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REACTION THE SCHOOL OF REVOLUTION—ROME AND HAMBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

REACTION THE SCHOOL OF REVO . LUTIO.N— ROME AND HAM . BURGH. J1 . ' (From the Weekly Chronicle.) '? . It is because we know. that ;t he excesses of power are the most potent^quickeners ,of the spirit of resistance/, that we rather rejoice than mourn over the daily.increasing extrava gances of the European reactionists. . The temporary triumph' of Absolutism is giving a lesson to mankind, the nature of which' must, ere long, be shown in. its eventual' and per manent downfall. .'Austria, : though,- j. in a different sense, is competing, with 'England in ' teaching theinationsjiow'tp live.' Her tyranny is . accomplishing, - mo* e effectually, even than,our' example, the '.great task of in spiring .those ;whoni she. misrules' with that steadfast spirit of sober manhood, by which our fathers 'won the rights we now enjoy. A great poet has told' us 'that' ' men are, cra dled into -poetry' by wrong :' ' it is, by the same process - that nations 'are tutored into civic virtue. Suffering is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

#a ttie Inhabitants of Batlmrst 3 and tlie surrounding- Districts. J. .SOLOMON & CO. I)RG to acknowledge' the extremely liberal patro ls nage witu which they have been favoured since their commencement in business, and express a hope that by persevering in their presont course of promptitude, civility and cheapness, they will be found worthy of a continuance thereof. J. S. wishes further to intimate that he has just returned from Sydney after selecting an excellent assortment of Drapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Grocery, Ironmongery, Glass-ware, Delpli, Tin ware, Liquors of all kinds, Fruits, &c. &c, all of which having been purchased for Cash, will be sold at prices so reasonable that all competition will be set completely at defiance. Fine Flour, 25s. per 100 lbs. Seconds do. 23s. do. . ? Fine Hyson Skin Tea, Is. 2-1. per lb. Black do. Is. 4d. - .do. ,., Pampanga Sugar, 4d. per ,1b. By the bag . Do./do..3|fd. ..« Raisins, 6d. per lb. Currants, 6d. ' ' Cheese,...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

To 'the Editor of tHe, 'Bathurst Fr'eeyrress, ana 1 - ? ? -???-??? Minhta Journah ????'??: ??:???-???:, { am _-\Vill yon inform me and many 6th6'rs equally ; SSldStheyatter, whettier a Town Common I; SSissioncr is privileged, by, v,rtue;o f^ .office ,; i to convert the -town common .intp;a sheep run W, SsSespecial-benefit;?- ? One1 .of .that .acftiM.body J of officers Sfwhicli^Lbelieveyou. are n member , £ .lL^-«-of.,rSticr n. .flock of .sheep frequently within 1 KiSof hVtown,:and,regularly upon ^thecom-;r mon Surely tHepebple wher appointed him never;1 contemplated 'such an abuse1 of po^wenM- . ? ..'?/;? ;0^ROBEikT3Aa3,j jj Tlf tlie office of Commissioner ; means anytliingg nil, it is' 'intended, we should suppose^ that^e holder should protect a^^^ftSSff I whom his appointment emanated, .ft, tuejetore, Tny Commissioner has. so far forgot,liis; position jas to mcWe the good of hisvcenstituentsin his ...own I ndSual benefit, he must either have forgot ,t\,a r™l..n™nn-P..l. or .be-sin...

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BROWN'S CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

? : BROWN'S CREEK DIGGINGS. I Several of the parties nowatworkaftheBrown!s breek diggings are dorngsrery wellrniaking- il a day each and upward^ 'and in some casos,Ave have reason ?to'believeilconsiderablyHmore., ;A ( young ? 'man started to Sydney .per- mail on Monday moinr iMS last with the-.g6ld he-had , procured, thei-e,., his: . only reawnifdr the.joumey-beingi.the diflferencoan; 'the price of gold ; ;and an individual:. ^w.ho, has :be?n . iprotty. succossfu.Vtmore so, it is imagined, than he I chooses, tp, cqmjhunicate; hinted a day or two ago of rather surprising earnings having. beeamacler, in one or two instances. ' iButthc. superabundance ot water, owing, to ^heiate: rains .and ; the. saturated . statooof -the !. ground,! is a great, 4n-pedmient to miningoperations.at Brown's, C!reek.:as ^lsewhere. The' diggings; were. yisited. by. mr. a»ii*«uu. .v«'»; missioncrlfamilton..abQUt the 20th.ult., .accompa niedbytwo mounted, troopers. His first applica tion for the .license .mo...

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EARTHQUAKE AT VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

EARTHQUAKE AT VALPARAISO. {Weekly News and Chronicle.) On the morning of the ,2nd'of April, the inhabitants of Valparaiso wei;e awakened by the shock of an earthquake. A oryhof hor ror and distress arose from multitudes*,1 ?- who, in night dresses and 'bare feet, rushed 'into the streets to avoid being' crushed beneath falling houses* A correspondent of the New York Tribune thus sketches the scene : — ' Fortunately we had a gftrden in which to take refuge ; but the cry .of distress in the streets reached us, and we have nb power to describe the sensation that this and the heaving and groaning of the ( earth gave us. To see large buildings swinging back and forth, and tiles from the roofs rattling off — tiles that may kilt if they strike- one— is dreadful. But oh., the horrid, indescribable sound beneath (apparently) the ground on which we stand, is worse still — it is terrible. We think, however, that the sound of this earthquake was less appalling than that of Dec. tith. Then we th...

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The Diggings. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

Stie^tggmas; [FROM O0U Owk'CORnBSPONDESTsi] _ _ - mm ^^^SKTcannoSe 1« £k 12000, | ,.pQP?lation at tbo lwon cann t^hsniitted :^S^ that its disemboweled, wealtl^ears-u t*t very smaa proportion to. Wwhicli )at present l^coriceg-. witMnlt,' and its tributary 'creefe.'; Teace^qrder,. Ind a-respectfor-the law havc^been theusualcharr: acteristics of the nionth,- robberies are scarcely ever heardof, and,^, influx^. ^l^rZ^: formioftho go.o^.wivcs . of the diggers, (n°to*ut tin- tp menti6n tlieir ? families),, Has tended on a |re°at medswe.'io^mpart a- greater- appcaranee of : ^vilizationthan was manifest a:fewmon hs am. The opsrationsfor tlie ensuing month are not U^\y, to be very brisk, many parties, returning ? tag- ? wards to spend the inerrle cUristmas and enjoy the l.-™, .™ Wr: while others . are wending their ? way to securethb- abundant 'crops with whicli a bountiful Providence has blessed .them*-. '-Amongst, the .fashionable departures Iipustnot.omitto men tion a Mr.. ? -, and Mrs., ...

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Select Bortrp. THE WORKING MAN'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

, _ , f^-i'jPlIB .WORKINa MAX'S , SO SG. , ' j- ' ' (From Title's Magazine.) ^ j ' ;I uinno' gentleman— not I ! Nobowliis scraping thing ! ';! '* \ 1 bear wy hoail inuru frco nuil high , , ?' -Than titlej couut or Uing. '? I am no gontlotuan — not I! ,jj. No, no, no ! '.,'??' 'And only to ono Lord on high' ? -' — Jly head I bow. ?vj1, ( -' I am no gentleman — notTl ;?.-/,;?..'.. ?' . No smootl; anil p.iiatjl^thicif!. .,-.«;, 1 ' And Iroiri my heart without tfdio,' My houcst thoughts I fiiajj.' . . . I am no gunlleinan — not!!. _ ?.?''?;, -?, ' ?No, no, No I, ''?,,?? ?-??'Our stout John Knox was riono— and' why Should I bo so! .?'???? I am no gentleman — not II No cushioa'd cradled 1 thing f , In gay saloon, ft'buttefflyi,'' - ? ? ' ' ' Somo wax-doll miss towing ? r. j ' :I am no gentleman— not' 11 ' . ?' ? , ,? ' ' !No; no; no 1 , -.-.?..,- ,., No moth, to sport in fashion's eye,' - ; ? ' ' .A Bond-street buau I ? \ ' 'I am no gentleman— not I ! ( ? ' . - i No bully, braggart thing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

©olfc ^Biucbfiscrs. GOLD. &OLD purchased by the undersigned in any quantity, for CASH. BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., Durham-street, Bathurst. . Gold. mHEwitfersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of J. GOLD,at Bathursf, Ophir, and Sidney. . L. & S. SAMUEL. - Australian Gold. ipHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X GOLD to any amount. WILLIAM CUMM1NGS. Clear Creek. Jane 26ih, 1851 . '; GOLD. /pHE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD J. DUST in any quantity. THACKKR & CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. SAT *~ XTR-ST GOLD. THE undersigned is a Purchaser of BA.TBURST GOLD, in any quantities. EDWARD SALAMON, 416, George-strpet, ' Sydney. Gold! Gold!! nPBK undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of \ GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. JOHN PELSLfcY, ?Coach &. Hbrsrs Tnn : ' Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. C. P. DUNSFORD ISaGASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD in any quantities. ?William-street. A large lump as a specimen wanted. Gold. THE undersigned -will give the , HIGHEST PRICE for GOLD. R.- ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. SULPHURIC ACID PROCESS OF SEPARATING GOLD, SILVER, AND COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

ittfSKHancous ^tracts., ;; SULPHURIC ACID PROCESS OF^SE . PARATING GOLD, SILVER, VAND .COPPER. . -?„?./ . (??From the News of the World, July 6: ) . ', The case sent to the Great Exhibition by M\ Matheson contains ' specimens 'of the various products of the mint refinery. To make the subject well understood it will be requisite, in the first place, to give an ac count of the whole method of parting, as it it termed, the gold from the silver, which is generally known under the term 'qua'rting' or ' quartation,' that is. the alloying one part of gold that is to be refined with those parts of silver by which t^he gold only constitutes one quarter of the whole. -The necessity for adding so much silver is owing to the circumstance that if a less quantity is employed, the gold protects the silver from the solvent action of any menstrua which may be employed, shielding it, as it were| from its influence. The -'menstruum formerly and still used in England, at all refining establishments exc...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

jCFrpm ihe'Melioume Daily News, Nov. 22._) English' intelligence'- has been received by the Admiral to the 18lh August, or six days in ..advance . of previous dates.'. The funds were,quoted;at !K)1. Parliament .was prorogued. on the 8th August. The Queen's speech was as follows. :-rr. , .; ' My Lords :AND) Gentlemen,. ? I anvglad.to :be .able to release you from your attendance ,in parliament, and I Ihank.you for the diligence with which you have performed your la borious duties;* ''* ? ! '' '' ' ' ' I continue to maintain the most friendly relations with foreign powers. ?- ? ? - ? _ I am happy to congratulate you on the very con siderable ''diminution which has taken place in the African and ^Brazilian .slave trade. The exertions of-my.squadrons on the coasts. of Africa and Brazil, assisted by ,the vigilance of the cruizers of France and pf the United States, and aided by the coopera tion 'of the Brazilian Government,1 have mainly contributed' to this result. ? ' , - ? ' , . . Gjsn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

Christmas Cordial Wovel ties. ; X EOPOLD MORGAN AND COT, 9^Pitt-sti?ct. L Redfern, beg. to announce to their friends, and in particular to those recently armed in the|CO 'ny, to whom 'a Christmas divested of snow and toft mutt be a decided novelty, and w^re ?the question popped is not ' W, 1 you come to to fire P hut, ?' Will you come to the bower? and enjov the shade of the;'treille,» where you can quaff m delightfulcoolness -. 'J. .. \ , njrrviin a M»G PITRTfi ?« SHERBET,'; Pronounced .by competent judges to be equal to: thehighly prized sherbet of the Ottoman or Per 3ian empires ; refreshing, to a frame unaccus Sed T«f the heat experienced ? in; theW glowing regLOtM & CO. beg further to acquaint; their friends and the discerning public., that they Haye made considerable addition to the ir f^?^ '.als, some of which are peculiarly recherche , * and as the present season promises to be kept up na \ :..,. ..*.i ? ^i-i;'i«rnl civic hosDitality, combined 'KbWiptlbn rfdoroesfc d...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1 To the Editor of the Bathurat Free Press, and I $ ' Mining Journal. ' . I Sin, — It was not my intention to have' renewed tho | snbject of my present .communipations relative to | the origin, of our Gold Fields, but I am induced to I .trespass oncei more 'by way of brief illustration, to i remove what appears to me a, glaring misconcep- 1 tion— an' error 1 am tho more surprised at, because, § not- only supported by, bnt originating with men § of geological information, one, I believe, calculated | lo retard the progress of new discoveries, 'leaving I that to accident which might otherwise be calcula- 1 ted upon with some degree of certainty,' and there- 1 fore calling' for 'rcl'uration, which I sliall now 1 .attompt. It is a /well-known fact that .Gold to I discovered at very ' considerable elevations above H Rivers incorporated in ' masses of gravol cemented 9 by pressure and resting upon a floor of Rock, i Sonio of these are as compact as Conglomorite. ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

Flour. . ?' FINE Fhur, ground out of colonial wheat,- and of excellent quality/and bags- given in, on Sale atj the Stores of the undersigned, at the rate of £1 perewt. -? , ' . ??????' ' EDWARD AUSTIN, ' Corner of i ' .* -? William and Durham-streets, Bathurst. Dec. 5, 1851. Wanted TO Purchase immediately, a few good, sound ' young Horses. They must be in good con dition, nothing' under 15 hands high, well broken in to harness, and a trial allowed. For approved horses a liberal price will be paid. Queen Tictoria Hotel, --' William-street; Dec. 5th., 1851. RYEO feels compelled, from the inconvenience ? experienced of la'te by private sales being made in the Snle Yards during the time of the Public Auction, to stato that in future all stock brought for sale will be registered on entering the yards, and ? whether sold on the said Sale day, by the proprietor or any person on his or her account privately or without the concurrence of the Auc tioneer, the commission on all such sales ffil...

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LATER, ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

LATER, ENGLISH NEWS. ' . ' r From Jlie .Argiis.) The Queen and Royal Family, after the prorogation of Parliament, retired to;Osborne House, where they were still - residing. - Monry Makket.— Wednesday,-' August 13.-r.The market for th.e,hoine funds wore a. more unfavourable aspect tb-day\ The ap-, pearance of the Government broker as a pur chaser 'was sufficient to support the market in the earlier part of the day, but subsequently money sales of Consols were made to some extent at 96|, and the quotation left off with a fiat appearance at 90^ to £ for cash; and 95 J to j for the 11th of September, being a total decline of | since yesterday. ' The pre sent range is the lowest that has ruled for many' weeks past. Reduced Threes and the Three-and-a- Quarter per Cent., attracted a fair number of operations, but the bulk of these also consisted of sales. The business prices of the -day are' officially reported as follows :— Three per Cent. Consols, OGg, g, , ^ ; ditto for account, 9G£, f...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1851. AURIFEROUS PRE-EMPTIVE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

tee BATaaasr nw mm..: ' . AND MINING JOURNAL. 'MAGNA.K8T YEIUTA8 ET PRiEVALEBIT,' . , - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1851. ' ' AURIFEROUS PRE-EMPTIVE LANDS! A short but rather important debate took; place - in the House on Friday week, arisingr out of the motion of the honorable and learned, -member for tbe County of Bathurst, ,for ,the production of a return specifying — , ?, . 1. All lands held by any person-or persons under, -lease or license from the Crowa, upon which gold « has been raised under authority of the Government, . t te names of the lessees or 'persons holding the samo respectively, and tho'several terms and pur poses for which the same were' granted. ' 2. All purchased lands upon which gold lias -been raised under license from the Crown, and tlio'*fevenuo de rived therefrom. 3. The number of licenses granted' by or on behalf of the Crown, J 'authorising other persons than the lessees of demised pr .licensed lands to nso or occupy the^samc or portions thereof for other purp...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

..I'OftKI&N'' INTELLIGENCE. CUBA. (From the San Francisco Picayune, Sept. 19.J The revolutionary movements in Cuba consti tute at present, both here and on the Atlantic bor ders, the all-absorbing theme of public discussion any interest. The shooting by the Spanish au thorities, of American' citizens, after they had sur rendered on a promise that thev shoh'ld be treated as prisoners of war, whether ic bo justified by the laws and usages of nations or not, will arouse a spirit of revenge iii the. bosoms of thousands' bf oiir countrymen, that will never slumber until Cuba has been wrested from the dominion of Spain, and established in national independence. It is im possible for a. monarchical government to exist in such close proximity to ths United States ; a love of freedom is infectious, and the spirit of our Re publican institutions would saoncr or later have inevitably diffused itself over tho island and under mined -the Spanish, throne ; but it is. more tlian probable t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

- Christmas Supplies. WINES AND SPIRITS, JbRISTM AS FRUITS C. C. EigtBES, HAS* for Sale ^ Strong Jamaica lOgs 8a. 6d. per gallon. Ditto 32 O.L1., will stand I to 2. IOs. 6d. ditto. Gin in half cases best brands 22s. 6d. 'each. Whole cases ditto 41s. per case. Marel's Brandy 14s. per gallon. Hunts. and Sandoman's Genuine Por» Wine 7s. do. Sherry do. superior quality 6s; f--1. do. Ginger Wme (Lavers* ScC'o.) 21s per case,- ' CHRISTMAS FRUITS.' Currants, (new fruit) 5J. per lb. - Raisin9.'3$ L ditto. Duto best quality Elme raisins in boxes 5d.' ditto.- French plums and dried apples (id ditto. ' All-spiee, nutmegs, cinrfieJ peel &c. General Scot es Howick-street, Bathurst.. The Scotch Thistle and Bathurat Burr. ./\N SALE by the undersigned :— / Strong plantation scythes, imported expressly for cuttiDg ddwa thff above nuisances. . ALSO, .Bill-hooks for sime purpose Crown and oilier scythe* complete BY sickles, Nni. 4, 5. and 6.' ' . - ' - English scythe, stories. i ? \ - F,. STRA...

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