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Defence of Ireland and the Irish.
A Speech by Geo. F- Train.
The two features of to-night's debate, are mis
representation of America and abuse of Ireland.
America has many champions Ireland none. I
hare spoken for Americans; I intend to eay a
word for the Irish. It chilis raj senie to hear
you jeer and eneer and throw contempt upon that
gallant race. Two millions cf Irishmen are coun
trymen of mino and I vrill not eit quietly and
hear, in an English audience, Ireland trod down
and abused. I like the Irish race. Ireland has
done much for Kngland ; but what has England
done for Ireland? What a record of crime, des
potism and tyranny. What a page of violence,
injustice, and bloodshed. (Cries of No.)
Mr. pays no ; show me then an oaf-is in
the desert of her history ; show me a ray of sun
shine in the darkness of her horizon. Poor Ire
land ! rich in nature in mountains and in rivers
with fruit in her gardens and fish in her etreams
the unhappy mother of a brave people made
humble by despotic and corrupt government.
Poor Ireland the land of Curr;tn, and Grattan. ;
and Shiel. (Cheers.) Whero Power acted, and !
Moore sung his sweet melodies (cheers) and
Sheridan Know lea wrote some of the finest dramas
in our language, who, last week, in his seventy
eighth year, made a beautiful speech, full of
afioction and tears for his native mountains.
(Hear.) Poor Ireland! what has she done that
England should have treated her so? The land
that furnishes England with 60 many brave
armies, whose sons to-day are leaders in the
world Premiers of two nation? (applause)
and Generals in them all.
You produced but one great name in your Na
poleonic wars his pictures are in vour galleries,
his monuments in your squares. That man was
Arthur Wcllesleythe Irish Duke of Wellington.
(Cheers.) Who rules to-day in Spain ? An
Irishman Marshal O'Donnell. Who won the
great Italian battle? Stand forth McMahon, the
Irish Duke of Magenta ! (Cheers.) Who won
the battle of Winchester, but the twice senator,
the shot-proof Irishman, General James Shields?
(Cheers.) And who rules supreme in England,
beloved by his people? Ilave you forgotten that
Lord Palmerston is a son of Ireland ? (Cheers.)
Poor Ireland ! How sad is the story of thy
wrongs every page of thy history is a record of
robbery, pillage and conquest ! (Oh, bosh !)
The gentleman has twice interrupted me ; let
me say to him, that when he applies that word
to my remarks, it signifies talent, brain and in
tellectual power (cheers and laughter,) neither
of which any one will accuse him of possessing.
(Loud laughter and some dissent.)
All the speakers to-night have been arguing
that the Southern Confederacy ought to be ac
knowledged. Observing this, 1 am disposed , for
argument's sake, to agree with you, and apply
the rule to Ireland. (Oh ! and applause.) Ire-
jana would ue better Dy hereon more independ
ent, more free, more happy, less slavery, and
would open her ports to all the world. You
have no right to interfere with her customs, her
laws, or her religion. When the Romans made
war they adopted the habits of the conquered
people England, on the contrary, tries to make
them English. She is not happy not contented.
Vegetation grows in her streets, and misery
broods in the faces of her people. Let Ireland
go let America acknowledge the Irish confede
racy. - As Woods was historian of the Prince of
Wales, so Giraldus Canbrensis recorded the inci
dents of Prince John in his Irish tour calling
the peasants goats and sheep, which would be
come capital game for English sportsmen. Cam
brensis JBversus was more caustic, yet equally un
generous. One was Trollope the First, villifying
the Irish people. The other was Trollope the
Second, piling on the agony. (Laughter.) Cen
turies have gone since the armies of that old co
quette Elizabeth cut through your peasantry.
Long is the time since that old idiot King James
(laughter) overran that unhappy land with his
perambulating scaffolds and his ready-made exe
cutioners. Poor Ireland ! what a life of con
quest. Then Charles came with Bis packed juries
and confiscation, followed by Cromwell expatria
ting eighty thousand of thy sons, and knocking
down all thy churches followed by the Second
James and his excesses, and the Treaty of Lime
rick and then comes the destruction of thy in
dividuality. Thy Parliament Houses turned into
barracks thy Custom Houses into stables for the
King, thy squares filled with monuments to illus
trate the overthrow of thy religion and thy
eyes blinded by giving your rigid, millions a hun
dred representatives to Parliament, xchile England's
tighteen millions hare orcr a thousand. (Hear.)
And this is the land where Ilobert Emmet told
Lord Xorbury his country's wrongs and Daniel
O'Connell stood boldly up and Smith O'llrien
banished and the O'Donoghuo threatened, if he
dare to speak of the wrongs of his native land.
(Oh.) You say, Let the Suith go. I sav, Let
Ireland go. (Cheers : and a voice : Ireland is
now prosperous.") Yes, said Mr. Train, but
who has made her so? America! (Cheers.)
Who have added wealth to our land? the Irish.
. Who build our factories, our canals and rail
ways? the Irish. And in their well-paid labor,
because well-earned, they find large sums of
money, which they have been sending Iwick to
their ieople for many years. Tin millions ster
ling since the famine! (Cheers.) A noble trait
of the Irish character. I like the Irish people,
and your attacks on Ireland on account of the
recent agrarian outrages are most unfair.
Look over your criminal record and you will
find more brutal murders in England during the
last year than in Ireland (No.) Have you for
gotten the Stepney murder, and the Road mur
der, and that of Nottingham Forest and Coven
try ? or even last Meek that at Manchester, and
another in London ? You have as dark deeds on
your calendar as Ireland has and I cannot bear
to hear a land I like so much so unkindly spoken
of as she is in England. Jjet me say to the Irish
people Come to America where you are appre
ciated come over in thousands and hundreds of
thousands, where a welcome shall await you
for Americans cannot forget your deeds of bravery
in the dark pages of our war. You have fought
nobly in our army, you love our Union, and we
like your noble devotion to the land of your
adoption. Ireland for the Irish. Thomas Francis
Meagher is now one of us (hear) and Judge
M'Lean was a native of Erin that land of fair
women and brave men. Edmund Burke was also
an Irishman. Would that 3-011 had some more
Burkes and more O'Connells to speak for you in
the nation's council. (Hear.) The O'Donog
hues the Maguires and the Hennessys are not
asleep to your wants but Irishmen must band
together to win their rights. My plea for Ire
land, to-night, is more just than yours forSeces
ia. If you think disunion in American benefi
cial, how much more so would be disunion be
tween these islands. (Hear.)
Let me candidly say to the brave Irish Regi
ments who are fighting our battles what one of
their countrymen said on another occasion.
Whether 00 the gallows high.
Or ia the battle's van.
The fittest place for man to die.
Is where be dies for mas.
Hurrah, then, for Mulligan and Kennedy, and
the gallant Corcoran the worthy countrymen of
the shot-proof Hero of Winchester. (Cheers.)
Americans begin to be less sensitive, lrollope
pays, we copy
France in manner, speech, dress.
and cookin. He should have added, Americans
begin to care as little for England's opinion n9
France does. France laughs at England Ameri
ca moat do the same. England used to pinch
France, now France pinches England America
is copying the habit. England is note thin-skinned,
as tcell as thick-skulled. (Oh!) 31. Assol
ant. in the Courier de Paris, cuts deep England
shakes with rage. M. Texier, in the Siecle, is
equally happy with his dissecting knife how
the English squirm ! Ridicule is a good thing
when based on truth. When you joke, always
joke on facts. (Oh ! and laughter.)
The French writers say the English are put in
stalls at the restaurant by themselves, line vicious
horses, to keep them from biting each other.
(Laughter.) France is emancipated, so is Ameri
ca. Our people will never aaain crinae before
English jnibltc opinion. W rite what you please,
misrepresent, exaggerate, lie, swear, bear false
witness. (Oh, We don't.") No matter what
you do ; for America, like France, will be no
longer sensitive. England must now take her
turn. American writers are coming over to de
scribe England ; and when four o cluck comes,
we hope the sentry will find All's well ! (Hear.)
America will continue to be the shrine for the
emigrant. God bless our foreign citizens. Open
wide our cates. Let them come the more the
From the Vine land, from the Rhine land, from the Shannon
from the Scheldt.
From the ancient lands of genius, from the tainted home of Celt ;
trotn Italy, trum Hungary, all aa brothers, join and come,
To the sinew-bracing buple and the ft propelling dram ;
For proad beneath the starry flag to die and keep secure,
The liberty they dreamed of by the Danube, Kibe, and Suir !
And they who guided by the aura, sought here the hopes they
And all aglow with pilgrim fire their happy shrines to save ;
Here Scots, and Poles, Italian, Ciujt, with native emblems
There Teuton corps, who fought before, Fur Freiheit und fur
W tile round the flag the Irish Hie a human rampart go.
They found Cead Miiie failthe here, they'll give it to the foe !
Trvlt Spoken. The London Times of a recent
date speaking of Amerian affairs, says :
They (the Washington Cabinet) have already
possesion of the seas, and the whole British
navy could give them nothing more. We might
lend them money, but of this, too, in some form
or other, they have got enough to allow of a
present expenditure of iXOO.OOO a day. As to
sending them men, all the effective troops now
serving in England might be landed in New York
without causing any perceptible increase in the
fabulous numbers of the Northern armies. We
might send them three times as many soldiers as
we sent to Canada without adding above five per
cent to their forces in the field. No ruler in the
world, not even tlie first Napoleon, ever disposed
of so many men or so much money as Abraham
Lincoln. He has fully G50,000 troops now under
arms, and it is boasted that he could double that
number. His finances may ret on a less stable
foundation, but he has, at any rate, enough and
to spare for the time. Intervention, therefore,
on behalf of the North, would be simply a nul
lity, for no alliance could add to its power or
promote its ends."
J A3. DAWSON".
CLOTHING "EMPORIUM !
II. HART & Co.
BEG RESPECTFULU TO INFORM
their friends and the public, tnut they have this day
commenced the clothing business in the store formerly occupied
by W. Basch, they intend keeping a choice assortment of the
best clothing imported direct from the Eastern Slates ; great
care will be taken to suit p jrchastrs, and hoje to merit a share
of the public pa'ronap-.
Honolulu, Jan. 9, 1302. 320-3m
FROM THE METCALP PLAXTATIOX,
For sale by
321-3m ALDKICH. WALKER & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
ror sale by
ALDUICII, WALKER & CO.
Hanis ! Hams ! Hams !
SOME VERV CHOICE CALIFORNIA
and Billings Hams, just received per "Comet " and for
sale at the Family Grocery and Feed More.
Jai-dm A. D. CARTYY RIGHT.
The splendid new Dutch Clipper Ship
712 tons per Register, was to leave
OX APRIL loih. WITH A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS.
(Including new and dashing styles of PRISTS,)
Expressly selected for this Market.
- Samples of invoices shortly expected via the Isthmus of
Panama, when sales will be made to arrive by the undersigned.
3-273ro J ANION. GKEEN & Co
MQ PASTRIES J
npiIE UXDERSIGXED, BEGS LEAVE TO
JL inform the public of Honolulu that he is, from this day
prepared to execute all orders for H'F.DDiyG and CHRIST
UM IMG CAKE ; aUo, Parties, Balls and Private families wil
be supplied on most reasonable terms, with all kinds of French,
German. English, and American PASTRIES in great variety.
Every order will be promptly attended to by
Corner King and Maunakea streets.
X. B. Bitter Oranges, Lemons, Citrons, Bananas and Pohaa
boot & shoe:
siftned would respectfully
inform his friends and
the public generally, that
he is prepared to
MANUFACTURE BOOTS & SHOES
Of every description to order, in a thorough workmanlike m:in
l.er. Having just received, and made arrangements for a con
stant supply of the best French calf skius, and every other
tliscripiiou of material necessary for manufacturing the best
article, he feels confident that he can give good satisfaction to
all who may favor him with a call.
323-Cm Hotel Street, North West of Nuuauu.
npiIIS OIL. CAX BE USED FOR AXVKIXD
M. of Lamps, burns with a
While autl Urilliatit Light, nnd emil n
In quantities to suit, for sale at
33-3u MKLCIIERS tr Co.'s.
Fire Bricks and Cement.
lo.ooosr f,ke arch
ir0 JBbls. Cement,
Warranted the best io the market.
For sale by
II IIACKFELD-t Co.
FEESfl GMEMES, k.
JJritish Opinion of Napoleon's Campaign.
Thus, by this sudden and un looked for transfor-
' mation, France finds herself alone on the conti
nent of America committed to war with a vast
empire, whose very name excites the imagination
and quickens the puhe. France has an undoubt
ed casus belli against Mexico which she may
without any violation of the law of nations pros
ecute to the utmost extremity. The difficulty
which the dislike of the United States to the in
tervention of other European Powers would once
have presented is for the present removed. Ab
sorbed in their own intestine brawls, the Anglo
Americans can do nothing to prevent the eetab
lisnmeht on their frontiers of the most formida
ble neighbor who could possibly place himself
there. Spain may probably view with much dis
content the threatened occupation by France of
a former dependency, to the loss of which she
never has wholly resigned herself, and which but
a little while ago she entertained apparently no
unreasonable nope or regaining. JJut fcpain, al
though risen far above the decrepitude of the
earlier part of the century, is probably neither
able nor willing to do more than withdraw from
partnership in the French expedition. Three of
the great powers of Europe are, as Mr. Disraeli
sajs, immersed in domestic difficulties, and unable
to assert themselves in controlling the affairs of
foreign countries. "ye can, however,
with the utmost sincerity assure the French na
tion that we view its occupation of Mexico, on
whatever terms it may take place, without the
eligheet jealousy or ilf-vill, and that we shall re
joice in its success, lo .Mexico itself a i rench
occupation would be an unmixed benefit. Times,
GASTLE & BOOKS !
A Superior lot of Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL SIDE AND SOLAR
KEROSENE OIL CLASS II AND LAMPS
AND FANCY SHADES AND FIX
TURES. IS )
Expected by ' Yankee,' ' Ann Eliza,'
AND OTHER VESSELS VIA SAN
A very Largr and Superior AxHorliurui of
Selected exprettitly with care for this iuarktl(
CONSISTING IX PART OF
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
English, French and American muslins
Heavy and light shawls
Fringe Silk and lace trimmings
Calico Ostrich feathers
Cashmere and velvet trimmings
White and black Mond White and black ruches
White, gilt, and pink Cue belting
Gilt and silvered bodkins
Dimity bands Knitting needles
Cord, crochet, tassel and bead head nets
White ami colored kid gloves
Lisle thread gloves Tape trimmings
Balmoral skirts Berege ro)es
Children's plaids Zephyrs
Linen and cotton pant stuffs Clouds
A fine assortment of ladies' and misses' hoots and shoes
A few pairs of ladies' serge Balmoral boots
i'ice bleached and unbleached 4-4 cotton b
Jtc, &c, &C.
A fine and well selected assortment of
1'aints, oil and glass
COXSISTiyG Iff PART OF
Assorted chest locks,
" door 44
Taper, flat and half-round flies.
Brace and bits,
Cap and letter paper,
Pen, pencils, ink,
. Envelopes, rubber, ic.,
Small glass lamps,
Assorted kerosene lamps,
Globes, chimneys, ike.,
Oos, C S Bpades,
Shovels, hoes, yokes
Hoe, Oo and spade-handles,
Graxs shears, transplanters,
Garden Pyringws, Kc,
Manila cordage, 1 J, 1 inch,
Pails, tubs, A-c.
Chrome and Paris green,
White I. S. Cups and saucers.
Mugs, 4c, &c,
Sheet zinc, carbon oil,
Gerchins, olive oil,
Saleratus. carb. soda,
Saltpetre, rock salt, Burnet's extracts,
Winchester's No. 1 brown soap,
Olive soda soap, chocolate,
Spices, cream tartar,
Sal sola for washing.
Blacking, ic., ic.
A Xir LOT OF
Jaync's Celebrated Medicines.
AX EXCELLENT SEAL
and strong. For sale by
M. n. WHITNEY.
Next Door to the Post-Office,
lTp Stair, Over the Advertiser Office.
PORTRAITS .4X1) VIEWS TA K EX OX
Glass, Papvr, Leather, Indiu Rubber, &c.
Pictures inserted ia Lockets, Rings, Breast Pins, kc.
319 Jui 11. L. CHASE.
T jE9l jE3
T CV T T T
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WniCII ARE
Fancy Prints of a great variety of styles and colors,
Indigo Blue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints
White ground Muslins, small patterns,
Brilliants small and medium patterns,
Black and White tape check Mualins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth,
White Cotton Drills,
A great variety of Cotton Troweerings,
Plnin RlnrL KS1L
m. i iti it ' , v. J .
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Silk Handkerchiefs.
l'inbroidered silk figured Alpacas.
Fine black Alpacas,
Black and colored figured Lustres,
Plain colored Lustres,
Superfine black and blue Cloth,
Superfine black Cassimere,
Plain blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
.lil.-ick and fancy Doeskins and mixed Trowserings
White Blankets, all sizes,
Blue Blankets, all sizes,
Scarlet Blankets, all sizes.
Common Blankets, for horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
Kail way Rugs,
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Plain white and fancy Linen Drills,
Clothing Shirts, Shoes, Vc.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do..
Blue BCrgo Shtrto of all qualities,
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stockings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts,
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats, Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, embr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles, Pie Fruits, Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Currie Powder,
Currants, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink Seidlitz Powder.
S ii ii dries.
Best English Saddles, common do., Pcllon Hugs,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton Umbrellas, Silk Umbrellas,
Hughes At Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Eesence of Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; Boiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Bars,
Tin Plate, IC and IX, bright Iron Wire, Sheet Lead
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles & Iloare's assorted Varnishes,
ROSKELL'S WATCHES, gold and silver.
Bottled Ale and Torter, various brands,
Draught Ale in hhds.,
kartell's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Ilennessy's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Otard's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Common Brandy, in qr. casks.
Cases Ginger Brandy,
Cases Scotch "Vhi6ky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet "Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeman's Port,
Ca.es Champagne, Foreetier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner sets,
White Granite Tea sets,
Dishes, Plates, Jugs Mugs,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucers,
Ewers and Basim , Cover Dishes,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots',
N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
offered in lots to suit families, at unprecedented,
ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4. lGl
T Cards, Seals and other engraviug
ut to order.
XT Agent in Honolulu, Dr. SMITH, Dentist, where prices and
Speciraen Cards may be seen. 319-lj
D. C. M TIVEB.
J. O. MIBKILL
XcRlTER & MERKILL.,
AGENTS OF THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Packets.
XT AH freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich Islands,
will be received aud forwarded by the " Regular Dispatch Line'
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Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale or whalemen s bills, and other exchange, in
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supjr y
ng whaleships, chartering ships, etc.
117 and 119 California street,
REFER TO :
Brewer fy Co.,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
FA Mill' SEWLYG MACIIUE!
ALL FORMER OBJECTIONS OVERCOME.
IYO EEATI1ER PAI USED
NEW STY IE MACHINES t
THE NF.W RTVT.T! HFTVTlVrPP. I
m..A 3i 1).
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ARE ATTACHED TO TLIE
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SEND hOR A CIRCULAR.
A. C. II A YD EX, Agent,
(Corner Sacramento and Montgomery Sts.
SINGER & CO.'S
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT
from New York, and will continue to receive by every
steamer, a number of our
ti 1 M
Silk, Needles, Cotton, etc.
The great demand for these Machines has left us without
them for a short time back, and vre wish now to inform our cus
tomers and those whom we have been unable to .upply with
them that we have made such arrangements as will forever pre
clude the possibility of our bein j left without Silk, Needles, or
From the great number of these Machines sold, and th? uni
versal satisfaction given by them wherever used, we do not hes
itate to pronounce them superior in
AND GOOD EXECUTION OF ALL
KINDS OF WORK
TO ANY MACHINE NOW BEFORE THE PUBLIC
We especially recommend them to Ranches and situations re
mote from town, as they give no trouble or annoyance by getting
out of order.
Our 3IanufHcturiiig Machines
Always on hand. Machines for
UAITKK AM MATTRESS BINDING!.
HARNESS AND I.EATIIEK WORK,
And all branches of manufacturing where Sewing Machines
are invite Dress, Cloak, acd Shirt Makers to ex
D. V. I? RODE RICK,
139 Montgomery Street,
303 titn SAN FRANCISCO.
FIELD & RICE,
No. CI PEARL STREET, 1
W. llLO. WILLIAM B,
A. P.. EVERETT,
VICTORIA, V. I.
Messrs. MeRm & Mb!ll, San Fraixw
C. W. Broom Co?.
His Ex. R. C. Wnui,.
Messrs. Aldrioh, Walker if Co,
B. F. Snow. Esq. ,
J. C. Spalding, Esq......
a. GRirrirrs morqam.
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MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco,
T. S. Hathaway Esq eW htiiai
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye, u "
" Swift & Perry, " u
" Grinnell Minturn & Co., New Tort
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cms. W. BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansome Street. San Francisco, Cal,
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the Purchase. .Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; tetat.
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of Exchange. .
Exchange on Honolulu in suras to suit. ; -ADVANCES
MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
3. F. Snow. Esq.. Honolulu
Jas. Hckxfwell, Boston.
Hkkrt A. Pkirck, "
Chas. Brewrk, "
Thater, Bkigham k Field,
C. Brewer ti Co., "
J 8. Walker,
II. Haokfeld it Co.,
Besj. Pitman, Hilo.
SlTTO!! & CO.,
Swift & Allen, New Bedford.
A PULL ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE
goods constantly in Store and for sale at lowest market rates.
New Haven Oloclc Oos'.
Manufacture, (formerly the JEROME Co.,) for which we are
Sole Agents for California.
A complete assortment always on band.
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ment of MAfflLA ANT) HEMP ROPE, fall sises. Cal.
Kope, Tow Liue, Oakum, &c, for sale by
TUBES if Co., .
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GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
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Constantly on hand and in receipt by every Packet.
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