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  2. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    HARLAW.£The clipper ship Harlaw, Captain Phillips, consigned to Messrs. Montef[?]ore, Joseph, and Co., bringing a full general cargo, arrived on the 1st instant from London after a splendid passage of seventy-six days. Captain Phillips reports of ...

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  3. MR. MATHEW YOUNG AND THE COAL TRADE.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 3rd instant you gave insertion to a communication from Mr. M. Young, of the firm of Morehead and Young, the Colonial representatives of the "Scottish Australian or Lambton Coal ...

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  4. Family Notices

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    OBITUARY.—A few months since we had to record the death of the Honorable Edward Cox. Our last month's obituary contains the name of his elder brother—Mr. George Cox, of Winbourne, Mulgoa—one of our oldest ...

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  6. JAPAN.

    I UNDERSTOOD afterwards, when half the passage was over, that the state in which the Albion left Sydney was a subject of grave comment among some people; but at least the owners did not think her overloaded by venturing ...

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