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    Now Sol's last ray SHEDS beauty o'er the scane, Welcome sweet hours of calm repose, how still Hall, Silence, hail! all nature bow serene, No sounds are heard save yonder rippling rill. ...

    Article : 114 words
  3. Police Reports.

    MONDAY, OCT, 23.— Charles Hunt, priponer, and Maria Hunt, his [?] free, servauts to Mr. B. Levey, were brought before the Bench, [?]ged with abstracting several articles of jewellery, &c. from their master. It appeared that they had proved themselves votaries to the ...

    Article : 4,368 words

    THE [?] of shipwrecks, fertile an they are in heartrendi[?] narratives in all she vari[?] ties of [?] and sufferings searcely present an inst[?] of a en[?]mity of the sort more melnncholy, and at the same [?] more [?] than [?] ...

    Article : 1,924 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 24 words
  6. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,572 words
  7. English Extracts.

    False Representation.— A waiter, at a chophouse in Hilburn, was, a few days ago, married to the daughter of a respectable re[?] tradesman, residing at Islington--a min of considerable ...

    Article : 683 words



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