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PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,

August 23d, 1817. IN THE SUPREME COURT.

RILEY V. SALTER.-TERRY V. SAME.

TO be RE-SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Risk of

the former Purchasers respectively, by Virtue of the Executions in these Causes, on the respective Pre- mises, at 12 o'Clock, on Thursday the 28th Day of August Instant ;

LOT 1. All that New-built DOUBLE DWELLING

HOUSE and PREMISES, situate in George-street, Sydney, nearly in Front of the King's Wharf ; the Property of the said Defendant.

LOT 2. All that other New-built DOUBLE DWELL-

ING-HOUSE and PREMISES, also in George- street, and adjoining the above mentioned Premies, the Property of the said Defendant.- Terms Prompt Payment.

IN THE GOVERNOR'S COURT.

WELSH V. DOWLING

TO be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, by Virtue of an

Execution in this Cause, at 12 o'Clock on Mon-   day the 21st Instant, several ARTICLES of HOUS- HOLD FURNITURE, at the Dwelling-house, the Property of the said Defendant.

BAYLEY V JACKSON.

TO be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, by Virtue of an

Execution in this Cause, at the Defendant's House in Castlereagh-street, Sydney, several ARTICLES of HOUSHOLD FURNITURE and SHOP GOODS, con- sisting of valuable jewellery, trinkets, feathers, dresses, &c. &c. the Property of the said Defendant.

WM. GORE, Provost Marshal.

FOUND ASTRAY, about a Fortnight since, a

young BAY HORSE, about two years old, small   star on the forehead, and tail docked, with lash on. Also, a Bay Mare on last Sunday Morning, with long tail, no other visible mark, and appeared to be much fatigued.- The Owners of the above Horses will find them by application to me, opposite Parramatta Toll- bar. JOHN LACY.

SALES BY AUCTION.

BY MR. LORD,

At his Warehouse .in Macquarie-Place, on Tuesday

next, the 19th Instant, and Friday the 29th inst.

at Eleven o'Clock precisely on each Day,

THE REMAINDER of that highly valuable IN- VESTMENT of GOODS lately landed from the   Ship Canada, consisting of Scotch printed cambrics of various patterns & qualities, jeans, florentines, chintzes, Irish linen, twist, check, Turkey bandanna handker- chiefs, black silk ditto, cotton lace, tape, bobbing, mixt pins, ironmongery of various descriptions, brass wove wire, a few saddles and bridles, earthenware, wine glasses, tumblers, pint and quart decanters, window glass of various sizes, slates, pens and quills, foolscap and post paper, whitening, chaise whips, Hessian boots, bottled mustard, a few cases of real Schedain gin, and a variety of other articles.

At One o'Clock will be put up for Sale, FIVE HEAD

of excellent HORNED CATTLE.

-> Prompt Payment will be required.

BY MR. BEVAN,

At his Rooms in George-street, on Wednesday the

27th Instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon,

A LARGE ASSORTMENT of EUROPE and

BENGAL GOODS.-Prompt Payment.

BY MR. BEVAN,  

On the Premises, on Wednesday next, the 27th In-

stant, at Eleven o'Clock,

THE HOUSES and PREMISES of Mr. NATHANIEL

LUCAS, in Charlotte-square, which are too well known for their eligibility of situation and other ad- vantages to require description.-Terms of payment, one-third at the time of sale ; another third in six months from the day of sale ; and the remaining third

in twelve months. -

BY MR. BEVAN,

At the House of the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, on Tues-

day the 2d of September next, and following Days, at Eleven o'Clock,

THE valuable HOUSHOLD FURNITURE, PLATE, CHINA, &c. &c. N. B. Four Months Credit will be given on approved Security, to such Person who may purchase not under £20 at the above Sale.

The whole of the Goods may be viewed on Monday

prior to the Day of Sale.

BY MR. BEVAN,  

On the Premises, on Monday the 8th of September  

next, at Eleven o'Clock,    

THAT truly desirable but unfinished Brick-built

DWELLING-HOUSE, with Verandah in front,      

supported by 8 beautiful Stone Columns, together with

all the wrought Stone for Stair-case, Stabling, Kitchen,   &c. eligibly situate in Charlotte-square, adjoining Sir     JOHN JAMIESON's, well adapted for the Residence of a    

Merchant or genteel Family.      

TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a HOUSE and       A PREMISES, situate No. 17, Kent-Street, as also  

the Houshold Furniture, Beads, Trimmings, and a     Variety of other Articles.-An early application is requested, as the Proprietor is leaving the Country.  

TO be LET, with immediate Possession, a commo-     dious Stone-built DWELLING-HOUSE, 2 stories

high, and most desirably situate, being in Cumberland- street, with a door also opening into Prince-street,     leading to Dawe's Battery : Its view is very com- manding, as it embraces in the coup-d'oeil the whole of the harbour, and all the intervening and interesting scenery. It possesses also the accommodation of a neat and good stable, and other out-buildings, which befit the premises equally to the occupancy of a genteel fa- mily, or family embarking in trade, as it is in a res- pectable neighbourhood. Application to be made to the Proprietor, JAMES DEMPSEY, Kent-street, at the

back of the Barracks.

JOHN M'CALLAM leaving the Colony in the Hen-

rietta, requests Claims to be presented; those in-

debted to him to settle same.

WILLIAM ENGLISH, WIFE and FAMILY, leaving

the Colony, request Claims to be presented at No. 17, Kent-street ; & those indebted to settle the same. WILLIAM WOOD intending to leave the Colony

in the Active, requests all Claims to be pre-

sented.

WHEREAS on Saturday night last, the 16th in-

stant, as Aaron Birch, a youth of 16 years of age, was riding in to Sydney, he was stopped, and knocked off the Mare he rode near Long Cove Bridge, by a Villain armed with a bludgeon, who beat him in a most violent manner after he had fallen to the ground, and leaving bim in a state of insensibJity, took away the Mare as is supposed, as she has not-since been found.- Twenty Shillings will be paid to any Person restoring her to the undersigned, No. 20, York-street. She is a bright Bay Mare, aged, about la hands high, with collar marks on the shoulder, and spotted on the back, and had on a half worn saddle, with cart'bridle, marked with the letter B.- If found in possession of any person or persons after this Notice, he or they will be prosecuted for the oifence.

(signed) AARON BIRCH, senior.  

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