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Colonial Secretary's Office,    

Sydney. 7th June, 1836 MARKET STALLS.

TO BE LET By Public Auclion, in

the George-street Market Building, LetterC . in Sydney, on Thursday the 23rd day of June in

stant, at twelve o'clock at noon, the Lease for the term of three months, commencing the first day of July, 1836, of the Thirtv-six Stalls in the north- eastern Building of the George-street Market.

The lease of each Stall will be put up separately at the minimum Rent of twenty-one shillings and eight pence lor the three months (being equal to the weekly rate of one shilliug and eight pence,) and the bidder of that sum, or the highest bidde above, will be declared the Lessee, provided he shall immediately, and before the next Lot is put up, pay down the rent offered, and sign the con-   ditions, thereby binding himself to their strict ob-

servance.

Further particulars may be obtained by apply- ing at the Internal Revenus Office.

By His Excellency's Command,

ALEXANDER McLEAY.

Colonial Sercretary's Office        

Sydney, June 7, 1836          

To be sold by Public Auction on the

14th day of July next at Goulburn

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seizure by the Crown  

About 1000 head of Cattle, 17 Horses, a stack of   Wheat containing about two hundred bushels,

Farming Utensils and other effects, late belonging to William Warby. cunvicted of F'elony.  

Terms of Sale and further particulars may be known on application at the office of the Crown Solicitor in Sydney, or at the Court House in Yass..

By His Excellency's Command,

ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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