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Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
25 September 1838

Eighteen valuable Allotments, situate in Bourke, Forbes, Wentworth, Davis, O’Connell, and Macquarie-streets, Parramatta.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By MR BLACKMAN.

On MONDAY, the first day of October, 1838, at the Royal Hotel, immediately after the sale of valuable Property situate at Liverpool, which takes place at Twelve o’clock precisely without reserve.

MR. BLACKMAN considers it almost unnecessary to describe the locality of these valuable allotments, being situated near one of the most pure streams of fresh water in the Colony, being perfectly free from the impurities so much complained of lately in the Public Press, the stream constantly running directly past the Female Convict Factory, and empties itself into the lower Branch of Parramatta River, preserving the purity of that useful fluid for the use of those who may purchase these valuable allotments…


See Original: “Advertising,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Tuesday 25 September 1838, p.3