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    Early in ihe Spring of the Year, the ground is to be digged throughout by an Instrument named a three prong Fork, after which, the Hops are to be dressed with a small implement fimiliar to a mattock at one end, and a fork on the other, having a handle ...

    Article : 684 words
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    WATERLOO SUBSCRIPTION.—The Donations that have been subscribed at Hobart Town during the last Week will be comprehended in a List, together with those that shall be added during the ensuing Week, and published in next Saturday's Gazette. ...

    Article : 39 words
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    Nothing can show more, the fertility of Van Diemen's Land, than the exuberance of our last Harvest, abeady 25,000 Bushels of Wheat have been exported to Port J[?]cskson, the quantity remaining in the Colony, is amply sufficient for the supply of the ...

    Article : 278 words
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    A great number of Whales have already made their appearance in Frederic Henry Bay; some few have been seen as high as Sullivan's Cove.—Preparations are making by MR. D. M'Carty, and Coadjutors to begin the Fishing—the different Elements ...

    Article : 88 words

    On Wednesday last failed the brig Sophia, Capt. FEEN, for the Fishery. The brig Spring, Capt BUNSTER, is expected to fail on Tuesday next, for Port Dalrymple. ...

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