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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 96 words
  3. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    Abercrombie, for Hobart Town—Elizabeth, for New Zealand—Parland, for South Australia—Speculator, for Launceston—Syren, for Hobart Town—Pocklington, for the Fishery—Merlin, for ...

    Article : 414 words
  4. Sydney Markets.

    It will be seen by the undermentioned prices, that there has been a considerable rise in Flour and Biscuit since our last quotations. There is no wheat in the market at present, either Foreign or Colonial; ...

    Article : 863 words
  5. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER

    We have received the following letter from a respectable and wealthy old inhabitant, of Sydney. The writer objects to our plan of sending all the convicts out of Sydney. We publish his letter, ...

    Article : 653 words
  6. Police News.

    John Miller, free, was charged by Mr. John Harris of the "Blue Posts," George-street, with stealing a packet containing eight newspapers, on Thursday last. It appeared that on the day ...

    Article : 1,242 words
  7. COLONEL DUMARESQ.

    Knowing the high estimation in which this lamented gentleman was held by many of our subscribers, we have great pleasure in copying the following extract from the August number of the ...

    Article : 803 words
  8. MANIFESTS.

    November 26—ABEL GOWER (barque), 313 tons, Henderson, master, from London, R. Dacre, agent—70 hogsheads porter, 100 casks bottled porter, 30 hhds rum, 5 hhds gin, 30 firkins butter, 20 cases blue, 20 cases starch, ...

    Article : 685 words
  9. EXTRAORDINAY PROCEEDINGS AT TAHITI.

    We have now before us a letter from a respectable resident at Tahiti, containing a detail of some most extraordinary proceedings there on the part of the French nation. which we think can scarcely ...

    Article : 1,221 words
  10. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    SAINT ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.—This [?] [?]e is now rapidly progressing The p[?]nth has been laid on the front facing George-street. ...

    Article : 951 words
  11. EXPORTS.

    November 20—SUCCESS. 82 tons. Bainbridge, master, for Port Phillip; 11 mats sugar, 2 chests 12 half-chests tea, 6 hogsheads 55 bags flour, 2 kegs 1 box tobacco (duty paid), 1 bag hobbles, 1 box soap, 1 boiler, 6 grin[?] ...

    Article : 192 words
  12. Shipping Intelligence.

    On Friday morning, the steamer William the Fourth, from Port Macquarie, which port she left on Wednesday morning. Passengers, Messrs Dillon, Mitchell and Panton, and three prisoners ...

    Article : 33 words
  13. SPIRITS AND TOBACCO.

    Stock on hand the 24th ultimo—B. P. rum, 77 573 gallons—brandy, 14,625 gallons—gin, 28,423 gallons—other spirits. 8.469 gallons. Fig and Cav[?]ndish tobacco, 71 150 pounds—Brazil ditto, 13,710 [?]nds ...

    Article : 176 words
  14. DEPARTURES.

    On Thursday, the barque Lindsays, Captain Walsh, for Twofold Bay. Same day. the schooner Hannah, Captain Hay, for New Zealand. ...

    Article : 268 words
  15. Law Intelligence.

    Before the three Judges. The Judges took their seats upon the bench at two o'clock, when the following prisoners convicted during the Session, were brought up for judgment. ...

    Article : 556 words
  16. FREIGHTS.

    [?]o London—Wool, 1[?]d per [?]b—oil, old measure £4 10s to £4 1[?]s per load—flax, £6 per ton. To Liverpool—Ditto ditto. ...

    Article : 53 words
  17. RATES OF INSURANCE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 38 words
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