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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


S8 S lish, S F 3 1 [ it

VOL. 80.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1962. [No. 8.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE



APPOINTMENT
No. 19.
MR. IRA FORDE has been appointed as a Class
SII Clerk, posted at tshe District Revenue
Office, St. Patrick's, on probation for one year and
seven months, wibt effect from 1st November, 1961.
P.F. 1481.
31st January, 1962.


NOTICE

Sale of Properties under the Taxes Management
Ordinance, Cap. 22

T is hereby notified for public information that
the undermentioned properties were sold at
public auction on Thursday 7th December, 1961,
at the Revenue Office, Gouyave, for the non-
payment of Land and House Tax for 1960 and
previous years:


Property
House
Land
Land
Land

Land
Land
House
House


Situation
Marigot
Gross Point
Mon Plaisir
Concord,
Woodford &
Mon Plaisir
Marigot
Grand Roy&
Mon Plaisir
Marigot
Grand Roy


Owner Purchase Price


Canute Adonis
Amelia Alexander
Mary Ailey

Telena Alexander
Beatrice Alexis
Cecilia Antoine
Fitzalbert Antoine
Elvenia Augustine


$ 2.00
5.00
2.00

14.00
3.00
5.00
10.00
5.00


Property Situation Owner Purchase Price
Land &
House Grand Roy Elvenia Augustine 5.00
Land Mon Plaisir Leonard Augustine 10.00
Land Mon Plaisir Nilia Augustine 10.00
Land Paradise Frederick Augustine 2.00
Land &
House Mon Plaisir Clarence Baptiste 20.00
Land Concord Joshua Bartholomew 5.00
Land Mt. Peasant Emelda Me Donald 2.00
Land Mon Plaisir Nathaniel St. John 11.00
Land &
House Gouyave
Estate Samuel Boopsingh 25.00
Land Mon Plaisir Lewis F. Cadore 5.00
Land Concord Virginia Chance 5.00
House Grand Roy Brunette Cummings 45.00
Land Marigot Helena Ellick 12.00
Land Woodford &
Concord Joseph Fletcher 20.00
Land Marigot Eileen Glud 5.00
Land Concord Felicity Grant 7.00
Land Wodford Rita Lewis 10.00
Land &
House Concord Mary M. Mitchell 10.00
Land Concord Elizabeth Patrick 10.00
Land Concord Rosalie Patrick 5.00
House Concord Rufus Renwick 5.00
Land &
House Chadeau &
Paradise Newton Roderiques 25.00
Land Woodford Felix Simeon 20.00
Land Marigot Felix Simeon 10.00
Land Mon Plaisir Attiste Thomas 20.00
Unless the owners or any persons having interest in
the properties sold pay into the Treasury:
(a) the said purchase price plus ten per cent thereof,
and
(b) all expenses of and incidental to the sale, before
the expiration of three months from the date of
sale, the properties sold shall at the end of the
stipulated period vest absolutely in the purchasers.
F. R. PHILLIP,
for Financial Secretary.
Treasury,
St. George's,
4th January, 1962.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3, 1962.--(No. 8.)


Conditions of Service Attaching to the Post of
Nursing Superintendent, Dominica

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably qual-
ified persons for appointment to the post of
Nursing Superintendent, Dominica, particulars of
which are as follows:-
1. Appointment. The post is non-pensionable.
Appointment will be for a period of three years
in the first instance.
2. Duties. The duties of the post would in-
clude:-
(a) Directing and supervising the trained
Health Visitors;
(b) Supervising the activities of the District
Nurse/Midwives, as well as instructing
them in educating their patients in
health matters;
(c) Responsibility for health instruction in
schools and at adult community
centres.
The officer will be directly responsible to the
Senior Med:cal Officer and will be required to
perform any other duties assigned to her from
time to time by the Administrator through the
head of her Department.
3. Salary. Salary is in the scale $3228 x 144-
$3948. Candidate selected will receive salary at
an appropriate point in the scale depending on
qualifications and experience. Preference will be
given to candidates with S.R.N. and S.C.M.
4. Allowances. Travelling a n d subsistence
allowance are payable in accordance with approv-
ed travel on duty.
5. Quarters. Quarters a r e n o t provided.
Should Government quarters become available
rental would be charged at the rate of 10% of
salary or 5% of the assessed value of the quarters,
whichever is less.
6. Leave. Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of one week in respect of each
completed period of 3 months service.
7. Passages. Free passages to Dominica will
be provided and free return passages to place of
recruitment on succesful completion of period of
engagement.
8. Medical Attendance. Free medical attend-
ance and medicines are not provided.
9. General Information. Government officials
are liable to taxation imposed by local enactments.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Administrator's Office, Dominica, and
should reach him not later than 15th February,
1962.


GRENADA MOTOR TRANSPORT
SERVICE LIMITED

NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING
TAKE NOTICE that a general meeting of the
Company will be held,'t the Town Hall, St.
George's on the 23rd day of Febraary, 1962 at 5.00
o'clock in the afternoon..
AGENDA
To receive an account of the acts and dealings
of the liquidator and of the conduct of the wind-
ing up during the preceding year.
Dated this 23rd day of January, 1962.
F. J. ARlCHIBALD,
Liquidator.


GRENADA

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WIND-
WARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS
Appeal No. 2 of 1961


FRANCIS GEORGE

CHIEF OF POLICE


Appellant

Respondent


G. E. D. CLYNE, for the appellant

R. G. JOHN, Acting Attorney-General, for the
Respondent.
December 13th, 1961; January llth, 1962.

JUDGMENT
The appellant was convicted on the 23rd Novem-
ber, 1960 by the learned Magistrate of the Eastern
District of stealing from the field of Archibald
Mc Millan certain produce. At the time of his
conviction, he gave verbal notice of appeal in
accordance with the provisions of paragraph (I) of
subsection 1 of Section 4 of The Magistrates Judg-
ments (Appeals) Ordinance. In compliance with
sections 5 and 8 of the same Ordinance hE duly
entered into a recognisance to prosecute the appeal
and served a Notice of Reasons for Appeal. The
appeal came on for hearing on the 13th December,
1961, when Mr. G. E. D. Clyne of Counsel appear-
ed for the appeallant and the respondent was
represented by Mr. R. G. John, Acting Attorney-
General. At the outset the Court invited the
appellant's Counsel to satisfy it that it had juris-
diction to hear and determine the appeal in view
of the nature of.the Notice of Reasons for Appeal.
The Notice read as follows :-
NOTICE OF REASONS FOR APPEAL

GRENADA

IN THE EASTERN (GRENVILLE)
MAGISTRATE'S COURT


CHIEF OF POLICE


Complainant
(or Informant, or Plaintiff


V.

FRANCIS GEORGE Defendant

To Mr. J. COMPTON, Magistrate of the Eastern
District &(or to the Chief of Police).
I, FRANCIS GEORGE of Crochu, St. Andrew's
having appealed from the decision of the said Court
in the abovementioned cause to the Supreme Court,
hereby give you notice that my reasons for appeal
are as follows :-
(Here set out reasons for appeal)
'1. The decision of the learned Magistrate is
wrong and against the weight of evidence.
2. The learned Magistrate erred in conducting
himself the cross-examination of the defendant and
his witness.
3. The learned Magistrate gives no reason as to
why he does not believe the defendant and his
witness. His conclusion is not borne out by the
evidence, and was prematurely made.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3, 1962.-(No. 8.)


4. The sentence is harsh and excessive.
Dated this 14th day of December, 1960.

(Signed) GEORGE E. D. CLYNE,
Solicitor for the Appellant.
It was pointed out that the form of the Notice of
Reasons for Appeal suggested that the appellant
had intended to appeal to the Supreme Court as
distinct ficm the Court of Appeal of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands when he gave verbal
notice of appeal to the Magistrate and to the
opposite party in the Court below, and that since
the coming into operation of t he Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in
Council, 1959 all appeals from the decisions of
Magistrates Courts had become cognisable by the
Court of Appeal. It would appear therefore that
the appeal might not properly be before the Court.
Mr. Clyne submitted that Section 8 of the Magis-
trates Judgments (Appeals) Ordinance, 1936,
No. 28 of 1936 provided for the form used by the
appellant which was to be found in the First
Schedule to the Ordinance, and that the section
should be read in the light of the provisions of
section 30 of the Interpretation Ordinance, Cap.106
of the Revised Laws and that the Court therefore
had jurisdiction in the matter. He further drew
the Court's attention to the case of Martin V,
Greenaway reported in (1961) 3 W.I.R. p. 349,
where this Court decided that since the coming
into operation of the Windward Islands and Lee-
ward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959, on
the 1st of January, 1960, all appeals from Magis-
trates should be addressed to the Court of Appeal,
and not to a Judge of the Supreme Court sitting in
the Supreme Court or in the Court of Summary
Jurisdiction. Though learned Colinsel for the
appellant cited this decision he pointed out that it
did not appear to support the submissions he making to the Court. On consideration of the
decision of Martin V. Greenaway and after refer-
ring to the relevant sections, in particular Sectiorf29
(3) of Windward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1959, the Court was of
the view that it had jurisdiction to hear the appeal,
and stated that it would give its reasons in writing
.at a later date. The appeal was then heard and
allowed. In Martin V. Greenaway the Notice of
Appeal stated that the appellant intended to enter
and prosecute an appeal to a Judge of the Supreme
Court sitting in the Supreme Court or in the Court
of Summary Jurisdiction against the decision of a
Magistrate given on August 29th, 1960. The
notice of appeal was dated and filed on September
9th, 1960. It was held that as from January 1st,
1960 Section 15 of the Windward Islands and Lee-
ward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959
created an entirely new Court of Appeal for dealing
with appeals from Magistrates and it was to this
Court that the appeal should have been addressed,
as the Magistrate's decision which was the subject
of appeal had been given on a date subsequent to
the coming into operation of the Order in Council.
It was further held that section 31 of the Order in
Council only applied to appeals "pending" at the
date of commencement of the Order and as the
appeal was not "pending" within the meaning of
the section, the Court had no jurisdiction to hear
and determine the appeal. In the instant case,
verbal notice of appeal was given on the 23rd
November,. 1960, and the Notice of Reasons for
Appeal filed on the 4th December, 1960 recited the


fact that the appellant had "appealed from the
decision of the said Court in the abovementioned
cause to the Supreme Court". It would appear
from the report of Martin V. Greenaway that the
Court in coming to its decision considered Sections
15, 16 and 31 of the Order in Council relevant to
the matter under consideration. It does not appear
that section 29 (3) of the Order in Council was
brought to the attention of the Court, nor indeed
is there any reference to it in the judgment deliver-
ed by the learned Acting Chief Justice.
Section 29 is to the following effects :-
(1) All laws, rules of court or other instru-
ments having the force of law which relate to
the Supreme Court or the Court of Appeal
established by the existing Orders or the judges
or officers thereof or to Magistrates Courts or
the members thereof and in force in the Col-
onies to which this Order applies, or any of
them, immediately before the commencement
of this Order shall (subject to amendment or
repeal by the competent authority) continue to
have effect for the purposes of this Order but
shall be construed with such adaptations and
modifications as may be necessary to bring
them into conformity with the provisions of
this Order; and accordingly any reference in
this Order to a law enacted by the Legislature
of any such Colony shall, in relation to the
Colonies of Antigua, Dominica, Montserrat,
Saint Christopher Nevis and Anguilla and the
Virgin Islands, be construed as including a
reference to any law enacted by the Legislature
of the former Colony of the Leeward Islands
that continues to have effect by virtue of this
subsection.
(2) The last foregoing subsection shall apply
in relation to any order made under subsection
(2) of section 14 of the Leeward Islands and
Windward Islands (Courts) Order in Council,
1939 (a), as it applies in relation to other
instruments having the force of law which
relate to the Court of Appeal established by
the existing Orders, and any such order which
continues in force by virtue b6f the 'last fore-
going subsection may, as respects any Colony
to which this Order applies, be amended or
revoked by law of the legislature of that
Colony.
(3) Without prejudice to the generality of
subsection (1) of this section any law relating
to appeals to the Supreme Court established
by the existing Orders from decisions of
Magistrates which is in force in anypf the said
Colonies immediately before the commence-
ment of this Order shall, until repealed or
amended, apply with the necessary adapta-
tions in relation to appeals which may be
brought to the Court of Appeal established
by this Order from such decisions by virtue of
section 15 of this Order.
(4) Rules of Court made under the existing
Orders may be amended or revoked by rules
of Court made under this Order."
It seems to us that this Section was most material
to the problem which was posed to the Court in
Martin V. Greenaway, and that subsection (3) in
particular had a direct bearing on the question
before the Court. Under the provisions of that
subsection any law relating to appeals to the Sup-
reme Court from the decisions of Magistrates in












32 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3, 1962.-(No. 8.)


force before the cominginto operation of the Order
in Council continues to apply, until repealed or
amended, with the necessary adaptations, in rela-
tion to appeals which may be brought to the Court
of Appeal by Section 15 of the Order in Council.
We are of the view that if Section 29 (3) of the
Order in Council had been brought to the attention
of the Court in Martin V. Greenaway, the decision
would have been otherwise. This Court would
have felt itself constrained to follow the decision in
that case, were it not for fact that, in its view, the
decision was obtained per incuriam.
In our view the Magistrates Judgments (Appeals)
Ordinance, 1936 (No. 28 of 1936) is a law which
by virtue of the provisions of Section 29 (3) of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts)
Order in Coucil, 1939 continues to govern appeals
from the decisions of Magistrates, and its provis-
ions must since the coming into operation of the
Order in Council be read with the necessary
adaptations in the light of the fact that such appeals
now go to the Court of Appeal. The form of the
notice of reasons for appeal in this case must be
construed accordingly. The Court therefore has
jurisdiction to hear and determine the appeal.
It should further be observed that there appears
to be a distinction under the Order in Council
between the giving of notice of appeal in the case
of a person convicted by the Supreme Court and
a person desirous of appealing in a civil matter
in the Supreme Court on the one hand, and the
giving of such notice in an appeal from a Magis-
trate's decision on the other. In the first two
cases, the notice of appeal is addressed to the
Court of Appeal. In the latter the notice of appeal
is required to be addressed to the Magistrate,
whose decision is questioned, and to the opposite
party.

C. G. X. HENRIQUES,
ChiefJustice.

E. A. HEYLIGER,
Acting Puisne Judge.

GRENADA

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WIND-
WARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS


(Appellate Jurisdiction)

Suit No. 7 of 1961


JEFFREY BLAIZE


Between


q and


WILFRED MCNEILLY


Appellant


Respondent


Appellant was not present.
F. M. HENRY for respondent.

JUDGMENT

THE respondent (plaintiff) sued th- appellant
(defendant) for possession of a house spot
situate at Albert Street in the town of Grenville


in the parish of Saint Andrew, and to recover the.
sum of $24.00 being arrears of rent. Judgment
was given for the respondent (plaintiff) for the sum
of $24.00 but no order was made for possession as
the learned Magistrate found that the time given
in the notice to quit served by the respondent
(plaintiff) on the appellant (defendant) had not
expired.
From this judgment the appellant (defendant)
appealed but did not appear to prosecute the
appeal.
The respondent took the point in limine that this
appeal was not properly before the Court as
notice of appeal was not served on him as required
by section 4 (ii) of the Magistrates Judgments
(Appeals) Ordinance, 1936 (No. 28 of 1936) and
further requested the opinion of the Court for
future guidance as to whether or not the execution
of a judgment is suspended in accordance with
section 6 of the Ordinance referred to when no
notice of appeal has been given to the respondent
in accordance with section 4 of the same Ordinance.
Before proceeding to hear the appeal the Court had
to satisfy itself that it was competent so to do
there being no return of service on the appellant
of notice of hearing of the appeal as required by
the Magistrates Judgments Appeals Rules, 1938
(No. 38 of 1938). The notice was not served
because the appellant was out of the Colony
Rules 3 and 4 of the said Rules provide-
"3. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to cause
a notice in the form set forth in the schedule
to these Rules to be served on the parties to
any app3al at last two clear days before
the day fixed whether by law or under
Rule 1 for the hearing of any appeal".
4. Such notice shall be in duplicate and it shall
be the duty of the bailiff of the Magistrate's
Court from which the appeal is brought to
serve such notice on the person to whom it
is directed and to make a return authenti-
cated by affidavit of such service to the
Registrar in time for the hearing of the
appeal, and the Court shall not proceed to
hear the appeal until proof has been given
of the due service of the notice unless the
respondent appears and admits it".
These Rules are made under the authority of
section 36 of the Magistrates Judgments (Appeals)
Ordinance, 1936, to regulate the practice and pro-
cedure of the Court and must not be inconsistent
with the provisions of the Ordinance (No. 28
of 1936).,
It is stated in Maxwell on Interpretation of
Statutes, 10th Edition at page 385-
Enactments which impose duties on conditions.
"arc, when these are not conditions pre-
"cedent to the exercise of a jurisdiction,
"subject to the maxim that lex non cogit
"ad impossibilia aut intuilia.
"They are understood as dispensing with the
"performance of what is prescribed when
"performance of it is idle or impossible".
In the present case the service of notice of hearing
became impossible because the appellant had left
the Colony and was out of the jurisdiction and
therefore this Court is of opinion that service may
be dispensed with and the Court competent to
proceed to hear the appeal.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3, 1962.-(No..8.) 33


Section 19 of the Magistrates Judgments
(Appeals) Ordinance, 1936, enacts that where the
appellant does not appear, the case shall be struck
out and the judgment affirmed, unless the Court
thinks fit for sufficient cause to order otherwise.
In this case there is no sufficient cause to order
otherwise.
As regards the other point raised by the
respondent the Court takes the view that sus-
pension of execution of a judgment under appeal
only becomes effective when notice of appeal has
been given in accordance with the provisions of
section 4 of the Magistrates Judgments (Appeals)
Ordinance, 1936, that is to say-by giving verbal
notice of appeal at the time of the pronouncefient
of the judgment, to the Magistrate and the opposite
party or within 14 days after the pronouncement of
judgment by serving in writing in the prescribed
form notice of appeal upon the Magistrate and
upon the opposite party. If the provisions of this
section are not complied with and in particular if
notice of appeal was not given at the time of pro-
nouncement of judgment and the plaintiff has not
been served with a notice of appeal then the pro-
visions of section 6 of the Magistrates Judgments
(Appeals) Ordinance, 1936, do not become opera-
tive and the execution of the judgment is not
sus ,nded.
This appeal is dismissed with costs fixed at $25.00.

C. G. X. HENRIQUES,
Chief Justice.

E. A. HEYLIGER,
Acting Puisne Judge.




Court Notice


In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Grenada)



NOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Crimiqal Juris-
diction, will be held at the Court House in the
town of St. George on Tuesday, the 6th day of
February, 1962, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon when
and where all concerned and bound over to prosecute
or to give evidence or summoned as Jurors or
witnesses are required to give their personal
attendance, and all officers who have taken Inqui-
sitions, Depositions, Examinations, Itecognizances
or other papers cognizable by the Court are
required to return the same without delay to this
office.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1961.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Ay. Chief Registrar, Supreme Court

Registrar's Office,
St. George's,


Grenada W.I.


NOTICE
T is hereby notified for general information, that
a vacancy exists. in the membership of the
St. John's District Board, through the resignation
of an elected member.
H. I. WILLIAMS,
Secretary.


ST. JOHN'S DISTRICT BOARD
BYE-ELECTION

T'lAKE notice that nominations will be received
Sat the office of the St. John's District Board
on Tuesday t'!e 30th day of January, 1962,
between the h lurs of 8.00 and 11.30 a.m. and from
1.30 to 3.30 p.m. to terve as a member of the
St John's District Board for the period ending
30th September, 1963.
In.the event of a contest, a BYE-ELEC 'ION
will be held on Thursday the 8th of February, 1962,
at the District Board's Office, in tl.o town of
G.ouyave, from 8.00 a.m --1.b0 am. and from
1.00 p.m-4.00 pm during which time voting
papers will be issued to every registered voter
applying for same.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. I. WILLIAMS,
Returning Officer.


NOTICE
IT is hereby notified for general information that
two vacancies exist in the membership of the
St. Mark's District Board for two elected members
caused by the resignation of one member and the
other member having absented himself for three
(3) consecutive meetings of the Board.
G. ORMOND HOSTEN,
Secretary.
District Board Office,
Victoria,
22nd January, 1962.

ST. MARK'S DISTRICT BOARD
BYE-ELECTION

TAKE notice that I will attend at the District
Board Office, Victoria, on Thursday, 8th Feb-
ruary, 1962 between 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon, for
receiving nominations for the return of two (2)
persons to serve as members of the St. Mark's
District Board for the unexpired part of the term
ending 30th September, 1963.
In the event of a contest a poll will be opened at
the District Court House, Victoria, on Thursday,
22nd February, 1962, from 7.00 a.m.-12.00 noon
and from 1.00 p.m.-4.00 p.m. during which time
ballot papers will be issued to every registered
voter applying for same.


G. O0

District Board Office,
Victoria,
22nd January, 1962,


IMOND HOSTEN,
Returning Officer.


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34 !GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBIRUARY "9, 1062;.No. i 8.)


REGISTRATION NOTICE

The St. James Co-operative Marketing .Society
'Limited is this day registered as a Co-operativ.e
Society under the provisions of the Co-operative
Societies' Ordinance, -No. 15 of 1945.
Dated this 23rd day of January, 1962.

DONALD B..LO.UISEY,
A-cting Registrar of Co=operatives.


NOTICE

Under the authority df Section '55 of the
Co-operative SocietieB' Ordinance, 'No. 15 df 1955,
the Administrator has seen fit to remit 'a) 'Stamp
Duty and (b) Registration 'Fees iTn the case of the
St. James Co-operative 'Marketing Society
Limited, registered-under the aforesaid Ordinance.
iDONALD ,B. LOUISESY,
Acting Begistrar of Go-operatives.


:UNDERTHE; BOUNDAR1I[E IETTIEMET ORDINANCE

ijN Tursuance.ol section 21 2) of lheabove -Ordin-
L eanae, I hereby rive notice tl:ht : cOamy .of. he
d; Lgj am uud laport .-f.Norris R. Williams, Assistant
Surveyor, Public Works Department, of a SBuvey
made at the request of Mr. E. D..B. Harford on the
5Ith June, 960,, and the 25th .Augus, :19'1, to
'determine the boundary'between yendome lEstate
andilanfds -df Mr. 'Marvin 'Penny, formerlyy ,part of
;the said -Estate,'has been lodged in the Office .of
the Chief"Registrar of the Supreme Court of 'the
Windwaid'Islands and Leeward Islanids at 'Gren-
a'da.

TDBte'd this '24th day of'Jannary, 19'62.

'ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
-Acting Chief Registrar, Supreme Court.

'Registrar's Ofice,
:St.AGenade's,
'Grenada, W.I.


NOTICE


,Grenada Co-operative Njitamig .kAsociation


-Effective from 13th Nnoxemher, .1f961
Current Advmnws'forN W~smegs auJ Mace are as follows:-


Ad ance s


:ireeff'Nu't gs

.Dried 4do.

urinders (Cracked)

Dried Whole Mace

.Dried BJroken Mace

'Drie'd 'Mace'Pickin-gs


15c. Cents pr4lb.

i2s3 do.

'08 Hdo.


72 do.

36 'do.

18 10o.


.R. S ..B NW.ICK,
Date fixed: .6th November, 18.61. Secretary








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