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  2. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.

    Descending towards the burying-ground from a house in Villiers-street, belonging to Mr S[?]lman, and occupied by Mr Ferguson, the flood has made sad havoc. This end of Villiers-street is on a redge which ...

    Article : 423 words
  3. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 18 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 48 words
  5. The Clarence & Richmaond Examiner.

    [IN consequence of the great demand for copies of Saturday's issue we reprint the account of the late flood, with such particulars as have since come to hand. The Agnes Irving leaves Grafton for Sydney ...

    Article : 2,543 words
  6. THE RIVER BANK.

    We have very sad accounts of the loss of stock, prod[?] and property on the farms along the river bank form the Factory to Alumny Creek. A resident in that part gives us the following summary of ...

    Article : 991 words
  7. SOUTH GRAFTON.

    This locality came in for its full share of the disaster suffered by the north and not only so but the aspect of the hour was more terible and heart-reading. Men, women, and children, all in imminent ...

    Article : 525 words
  8. THE LOSS OF LIFE.

    We have already alluded to the drowning of Sanerbier and Kenning. The lamentable drowning of Mrs. F. Morton, and two children, the wife and family of a settler of that ...

    Article : 206 words
  9. MOST DISASTROUS FLOOR IN THE CLARENCE RIVER.

    IT is our sad and melancholy task to have to record this week the most disastrons flood, accompanied by loss of life and destraction of property, which has over visited the Clarence River district within the ...

    Article : 2,912 words
  10. ALUMNY CHEEK ROAD.

    William Duggan lost 3 head. Mr R. E[?] had about 1000 bushels of maize in his barn; the water was in about two feet, but since the flood the barn has burst. The water having gone, the corn will only ...

    Article : 174 words
  11. SOUTHAMPTON.

    Mr. Michael Holmes, of Southampton, lost 20 acres of corn and one acre potatoes, 40 chains of fencing. Mr. James Hohmes about 500 bags of maize in the barn. Barn and house washed away. The house is ...

    Article : 1,504 words
  12. LOSS OF GOODS, &c.

    In order to enable our readers at a distance to form some estimate of the destruction of property on Friday forenoon we made personal inquiry of the proprietors of the stores, &c., in Prince-street, between ...

    Article : 118 words
  13. SMITH'S FLAT.

    JOLY 21.—For several years my letters to the Examiner have always contained news of the most cheering deseription showing our prosperity. In the present I have to record the most disastrous flood that ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  14. THE LOSS OF STOCK.

    During the flood many parties land their horse and eattle washed away and drowned. Within the town almost every dairyman, as well as those who kept milch cows for their own supply of milk, have met ...

    Article : 87 words
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