Description The Bee, June 15, 1836

The Bee

Volume II, Pictou, N.S. Wednesday Morning, June 15, 1836, Number IV

Front page

  • Publisher information and advertising rates
  • Current prices of staples in Pictou
  • Seed ad
  • Excerpt from Paulding's New Pilgrim's Progress 

Page 26:

  • News re Texas Independence, war against natives, division of Halifax County 

Page 27

  • Taken from the Novascotian regarding shipwrecks: the Woodman, Columbus and Robert wrecked in December in St. George's Bay of Newfoundland.  
  • Notice by W & J Ives of relocating store
  • Colchester Hotel ad
  • J. Geddie clock and watch maker ad
  • George Smith ad
  • Caution re receiving notes from Roderick Johnston
  • House for sale presently occupied by A. D. Gordon
  • Nails for sale 
  • Navy Bread for sale
  • Blanks for sale
  • Notice re estate of the late William Mortimer, Esq of Pictou
  • House to let presently occupied by Mrs Johnston
  • Bookbinder wanted 
  • Notice re estate of the late Duncan Gordon of Middle River
  • Notice re estate of the late John Gordon of Scotch Hill
  • Notice re estate of the late Hugh Denoon, Esq of Pictou
  • Notice re estate of the late Robert Brown, blacksmith, of Middle River
  • Notice re estate of the late Jessey Logie of Pictou
  • John Russell thanks patrons for their business 
  • Flower and clover seed ad offered by James D B Fraser
  • Wood for sale offered by Ross & Primrose

Page 28

  • Letter to the editor titled "Fishing at Carriboo"
  • Road Commissions

Page 29

  • Road Commissions continued
  • Agricultural news: manures

Page 30

  • Agricultural news continued
  • News from Great Britian

Page 31

  • Clerical Persecution
  • J. S. Thompson, of Halifax, intends to publish the Acadian Telegraph
  • Notice to subscribers
  • The Three Sisters owned by George Smith was launched from the shipyard of J. Howlett
  • Married:  Hugh Douglas of Middle River to Jane Ann Fraser of McLelland's Brook
  • Travellers' Memoranda
  • Ship News
  • Notice re notes payable to John Forbes, formerly of West Branch, East River
  • Milch cow wanted by James Primrose
  • Merchant Seamen act just published for sale
  • Edward Patterson farm for sale
  • The Complete Farmer and Rural Economist for sale
  • Subscribers wanted to publish An Analysis of the Criminal and Penal Laws of Nova Scotia
  • Books for sale 
  • Eastern Stage Coach schedule and fares
  • Shoe Blacking ad

Page 32

  • Poetry: The Funeral At Sea
  • Miscellany
  • Agents for The Bee

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