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Bencoolen ceded again to the Dutch. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

BencoQJtn ceded a sain to t fie Dutch. I M.r.,Wynn announced ^ihai iirticoolca had I been, c* tied, by the Briti&ti Govcruixient td ihe I 0«ich, - vrho, ftf reiuia, ha^givin up.^-incapoue ;_ I bat Uxat, ia me iiansitf^ it»e iuieiesL oi ihe I astkmfiuid htea alienated to* , .. I £$» Thi£ Jn'roTinauon is of Some imp; rtance to I these ? -3©Jotiie«, in = refert-nte to our Spice I piatnaHoii* io be created on the N . W . Coast ; I ifac Dutch becoming t*ia&te/s a^aiti of the *m«-st prolific it'll tor the nutmeg, bcsiiies ?Jljaidiag fl|e Molucras. Eo;

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POET'S CORNER LINES FOR THE NEW YEAR. "There's nough remains at rest." [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

^ O £ T'js C O ii IS IS U, MENTIS FOR THIS NEW YEAR. *? Theies nought remains at rest*' i H r opening timrn, the splendid noon, With lH*j»ve«fd bright |iia««l grnc^i; Meek Vctgx-11, with niginWilvtr incou, r Tell — nought. 3-et»«iifHs atrcsi. 4- * *lVc tide reniifns,' sud «Ub$ againV J ' IHie river n*es with haste ; Wit4i rills, snc] springs, into the main — . For^ought remains at resi.' ; Thecomet, uaorjeriag far on fcigli, *'Mo«iist c-Mjo*less piane** piac'U, ... ll^Us ceaseless through the bouadiest sky— ?i Fortuiuglu ft-uiains at lest. The Vjuious seasons, as they ri*r, *Mikl t-priug wtli dtiwery v*-©?, , ^|j§| lWe Jiut*umti, smnmer, wintry skies» ,:4 Pjrofriiiriia— -that nought's ai |t*»U ? jafifc Thus day and night,; and star and #16d, And' seasons — all attest; * ^ - That*, .through the wondrous works of God* — There's nought remains at rest, ? If action then be na»wrfc\s law, ,' This truth should be iaipress*d : . -?? , ** 1 hat life iii deeds 'of love sfcouid flow All ''b'e...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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HOUSE OF LORDS. Trial by Jury extended to Newfoundland, a British Colony [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

.''\l . HOUSE OF LORDS. Trial by Juiy extended tty. Kezcfvundland, a 'A'prTl IS.-i-'-On the: question for reading the Newioiincjiafid (.'courts Lhli a st-coud tim^, . liwrl jBflM«r^.atiiietl ihe.t bjt cts of iiie b.H, ,and tlie chai.ges. proposed in iliV aii in Tom ration of Ju&iice*. in i^at Colony. It v\as proposed to iii^Mute a Supieine Court, consisting: or* a ? t% lilt 1 jlCf I r» A . *i Ikvl it f favja _J _^- ^ » . t -i ? * t- \* . t d *~ r-L s* This Cburi'Kus -to tty rivil aad tri-i-inai ca-es, anW -to adTicita^ue. the dun s of tUe Vice Adtni taUy Couri, «vhich was ^o be auoii^h^d, as wt'il as all tlie ist rrv^aie Ci-u-ts. 'l^e. wi«v-!«? ibland was to be cuvided into three dis'tcf*, having Cticuit Cou-i(s; Thfe Chief Justice uas» io iaUe one district, aud the A s -tau« Jtidj»- s ih*- Vuo ttht-r«. If, however, 1a; ?h u d bn^vts^and 4 hat j it was .tb:*; ca(t.est uj^li of the ?nliaui-a-«--s 'a» \%HVit-Tiify( hy Jury in bo«li cast-,th«- should n t object to uiakKi^ ud ah...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Alien Bill [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

[?] April 2 - Mr. Secretary Peel moved the Order of the Day for the second reading of the Alien Bill Mr. Hume and Sir Robert Wilson opposed. M r.Secretant Onslow supported the Bill.       Mr. Canning, in a long and eloquent speech, supported the measure. He stated that Govern= ment would not do its duty if it abandoned the       principle of this Bill. It must be unnecessary (commented Mr. C) to remind Gentlemen that         the measure was acied in by kings, in former reigns, sometimes with and sometimes without   the consent of Parliament; but what he con-   u paw^^M%lwtih, Mmh 4 irtmner^fe de! y^tiif 'jj^lji^H^'n : '-C^W ln* ' *t^p» ':ei^^t*.^ . ancieivt --r ^o«|gtf .;|i|.«t$i^? -«f any c««tiiT^|^t did Dut \»^ijm^)L\%^f(^} ^utj ^tnoi'c P™i*^H ,',', most tir»«||iiri|&4. 'W %finH, the A^ft vM little beHi-r »M^* hrioi ; h...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TASMANIAN Launceston, Port Dalrymple, Jan. 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TASMANIAN. Launceston, Port Dalrymple, Jan. I, 1825 Wishing you "a happy New-year, and. many returns of the season." I beg leave, at the same time, to congratulate my fellow-townsmen, and neighbouring friends, on an acquisition the most de- sirable, though, l am confident, at this, time last year the least expected; viz. the establishment of a Press amongst us. ft is line, our Miiall cuiumunit y, which, F am proud to say, rapidly advances in it umber as well as respectability, may not, as yet, be so entirely m^de up c^': fhe literati as urgently to demand an institution of this -nature-; nevertheless, it is one of that kind, Mr. Editor, wbu-h I trust will meet with all the patronage and support yon so deservedly merit ; and which, ?under a kind aud 'beneficent Administration, cannot fa ?I of producing the happiest resulte -to the Settlement which you have chosen as the site of vour 'labours. * To attempt any thing like an enrtmera- ' tion of the advnntsges .tlra...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

LAUNCESTON ASSIZES. On Wednesday, the 29th ultimo, a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General Gaol Delivery, was opened at this Settlement by His Honor Chief Justice REDDER; who was likewise accompanied in his journey across the country,   by His Majesty's Attorney General   (J. T.GELLIBRAND, Esquire), Mr. F. DAWES, and Mr. ROSS, Solicitors.   The following are the Names of the Gentlemen then nominated, against whose eligibility nothing could be urged, to comprise the Jury: -   Lieutenant THOS. RITCHIE, Foreman; Captain HENRY FREDERICK LOCKYER;   Lieutenant DONALD M'LEOD;   Lieutenant WILLIAM WOODS; Lieuteuant JOHN SIMPSON HUGHES; Lieutenant THOMAS THOMPSON; and   Ensign JAMES PIGGOTT; when, having been sworn, and taken their seats as Jurors, the Court   proceeded to the trial of Robert Burke and Sarah Anne Cox - the former charged wiih stealing a sow pig, and five fowls, the prope...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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PARLLIMENTARY INTELLIGENCE COMPENDIUM OF THE MOST INTERESTING PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE FROM THE 29TH MARCH TO 4th MAY, 1824. HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. COMPENDIUM OF THE MOST INTERESTING PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE FROM         THE 29th MARCH TO 4th MAY, 1824.                   HOUSE OF COMMONS.     MARCH 29. —The Chancellor of the Exche- quer having moved the House to go into a Commitee of Supply,         Mr. Williams wished to put a question to the Right Honorable Secretary. He understood that a Work of the immortal Milton, in the handwriting of one of his nephews, Phillips, had been discovered in the State Papers. He             was anxious to learn whether such a gratifying communication was true ; and, if true, whether it was (as he hoped) intended to give to the   Pub...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1825. LIEUTENANT GOVERNMENT VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1825.         LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S VISIT.     His Honor Lieutenant-Governor AR-     THUR paid a Visit to this Settlement on   the 15th ult. and entered the Town under a discharge of 17 pieces of cannon.—   On the 22d he travelled, by land, to George Town, where he remained until the 24th; when, accompanied by the Commandant (Lieutenant -Colonel CA- MERON) His Honor returned by water. On the 28th, the LIEUTENANT GOVER-     NOR in the presence of His Honor the CHIEF     JUSTICE, the COMMANDANT, the Civil and MILITARY OFFICERS, and many of the most respectable Inhabitants of   Launceston, had the Foundation-stone   of St. John's Church ; after which a very appropriate and impressive discourse was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Youl upon   this solemn and...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

HOUSE OF COMMONS. May 3.— The Wool Importation and Expor-   tution Bid postponed.           IRISH BLUNDERS. — The following is the copy of a letter written during the rebellion by Sir — , an Irish Member of Parliament, to his friend in London :— "MY DEAR SIR,— Having now a little     peace of quietness, I sit down to inform you of the dreadful hustle and confusion   we are in from these blood-thirsty rebels, most of whom are, thank God ! killed and dispersed. " We are in a pretty mess ; can get nothing to eat, nor any wine to drink, except whiskey; and when we sit down to dinner we are obliged to keep both hands armed. Whilst I write this letter I hold a sword in each hand and a pistol in the other. I concluded from the be- ginning that this would be the end of it,   and I see I was right, for it isnot half over yet. At present there are such goings on th...

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

TO THE PUBLIC. It requires some confidence, some portion of literary acquirements and study, to write an Address , to the Public in behalf of a periodical Paper about to be ushered into notice, the columns of which are to be filled by the exertions of a young and humble individual, who comes forward to endeavour to give sa- tisfaction, by assiduity and unremitted attention. It must be a well ascertained   fact, that the attempt to get up and   publish a Journal, so as to suit the views of the Public and their taste, as   well as to remunerate for loss of time, materials, and labour, must be always   attended with considerable hazard to the finances of an individual even in coun-   tried far advanced in population, wealth,     and civilization ; and, in an infant state, the difficulties that have to be sur- mounted can only be known to those who embark in so arduous a task as that now commenced...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 5 January 1825

has empowered MR. GEORGE T. HOWE,   Publisher and Proprietor of "The Tasmanian," at Launceston, to be his Agent in that Part of Van Diemen's Land called Port Dalrymple, and   all its surrounding Neighbourhood, from and after the 1st of January, 1825, - All Persons therefore, who may now, or who may hereafter be indebted to the undersigned, will be kind enough to settle their several Accounts with the said Agent, MR GEORGE TERRY HOWE. ROBERT HOWE N. B. - R. H. takes this Opportunity of publicly returning his Thanks to Mr Richard White of Launceston, his present agent, for the Fidelity and Zeal with which he executed the Trust that was kindly accepted by him. FOR SALE By Mr Reibey, at his stores, Launceston       Excellent bottled Ale, in cases of 6       dozen; bottled Madeira; Wool Packing, and Bags; double Rose Irish Butter, in firkins; fine Beaver Hats; Slops, of all sorts; Mani...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 12 January 1825

MISCELLANEOUS. t Wise Mayor of Lancaster.— -The * Catholic Bishops, in ]5o4, commanded the churchwardens of the town of Cock T'dfh, (pockej'iiuni) near Lancaster, ''along 'ttiiji. all other churchwardens, Co set up a tood (that y, a wooden figure of a man) both well favoured and of la Si stature, as ?tfisiiaT in nil churches. The church war- ? k-tis made their bargain, and agreed to Irive a price to one (most probably a jL/ji.c-asier. carpeater; mai coma ciin jiiugly carve, and paint such idols fur the framing of their rood ; win?, according 10 his promise; made them cue, and &et it up in tisejr church. This done, the car penter demanded his money; but they disliking *his ; workmanship, refused to p-iy him; whereupon he arrested them, aod the u$Uler Svas brought before the mayor of Lancaster, who was a very tit man far poch a purpose, and an old fa voerer of the gospel,' which was rare in that country: then the carver began to declare ..how they covenanted with' him ior maki...

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POET'S CORNER. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 12 January 1825

PC E T $ CO R N E K. MORNING. Now the ro«y-fncM morning appears, And it«e guicrs ancmi in her train; So bright, is the charm that she wears, ll roiumunica'e* charms to the plain. Now the 'birds rai«e their voices on high, Like nature delighted and gav ; The blessing* ihey owe to the sky Their fenriiliiliest sonar shall repay. The lily, the pink, -and the rose, To salute her aie gracefully spread ; And bright are the tints they disclose, And sweet is the fragrance they bbed. But quickly the morning recedes, Aad is iiresentiy followed by noon : bo to spring ine gav summer succeeds, And wnli -equal celerity's fioivn. ?Thos'we wake in ihe mornirijj of life, Ail gladsome, delighted, and gay $ Out joys unitn bit cer'd by strife, Our pleasures umotictie'd by decay* But much too delightful to last, So swiftly the mociesits flow on, That cv'jiitig approaches us fast Ere the m-ifning appears to be gone.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 12 January 1825

NAVAL OFFICE, LAUNCESTON,                     JANUARY 10, 1825.     NOTICE is hereby given, that the LI CENCES of BOATS being renewable on the 1st Day of January, annually, all Boats found without Licences, for the present Year,   Will be liable to Seizure.         Thomas Thomson, Naval Officer.   ON SALE, At the Stores of Messrs. Pain and Ash,   TBHN E tn'iiSifh Prints; .Calico ; Jaconet* M u.U, ?^ Book, and Cam brf 6 Muslins ; Red-ticking ; Velveteen - F«si iaa ; Worsted N eti ; M arc ella Waistcoat j pg ; Gentlemen's Superfine Hats; Chiidien'** Biackand Jironn Beaver Hats and ^'Bonnets; Bombs2!ne and Bonibazett* ; Flan nels; 'Shaw is ; Black bilk and Cotton Hand kerchiefs ; SI*kScarfs and Fancy, Handkerchiefs; L*d-es Jet n Stays1; Cftpsa...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 12 January 1825

LAUNCESTON ASSIZES. Friday. January 7. — An adjourned Court of Oyer and Terminer and Ge neral Gaol Delivery, was opened this morning by His Honor the Chief Jus tice — when   Joseph Brown was arraigned on an indictment charging him with having, in the month of October, 1822, stolen 50 sheep, the property of Mr Richard Dry. — Acquitted.   The same prisoner, without having been re moved from the bar, again stood charged with having, on the I5ih of March, 1823, stolen one wether lamb, the property of Mr. James Hortle, value 15s. The prisoner having pleaded Not Guilty, William Graves was called, who deposed that he lived servant to Mr. Hortle in March, 1823,       at the Retreat, near the Western Tier ; that Mr. Hortle had two or three hundred sheep there,   and five or six hundred homed cattle, of which witness had charge ; knows the prisoner at the bar ; saw him, some time in March, 1823, at Mr. Hortle's stoc...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 12 January 1825

THE TASMANIAN.   WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1825. His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR took his departure from this Settlement   on Monday morning last, under a   salute from the Battery, on his way to Head quarters. His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE, and His Majesty's ATTORNEY GENERAL, after finishing the Business of the Circuit, on Monday afternoon proceeded on   the same route. The COMMANDANT, yesterday morning, went down to George Town.   Shipping Intelligence. — On Friday the 24th ult. arrived the cutter     Governor Arthur, Cunningham master, from Hobart Town, with sundries. On Thursday the 6th inst. arrived the sloop William and Ann, Parish master, from the Straits, with 150 seal skins; saw the Liberty, Young master, at King's Island, with only 30 skins; she also saw   the schooner Sally, Smith master, in the Straits, with 1,200 skins, the principal part of which had been purchased from the gangs. On Christmas day,...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

,, uX& tffr Edttvr 6f the Tam*Tirtan. ^ . It Iras *\i\i p-cwU*r JlAtirp 0«it1 pei^iiy , m the -i«si Number o£ The. Tmtnmfyn; ifntt XJeqt6tiant«G^yeriipn AMru t *. appears tesobted npt to Jpsp; sight of Ahe Settlement of Lftuiipps Tou ; Wliicli, from its particular situation «s, an Export Town, must inevitably become the ftrst io ihe bland, ? ' . '; «vhich- asty«t, I' have jtipt heard that the ,£x*cu tiy,^ are resolved immediately to mrtexJy ; viz.—, t lie wain of a regular ito|lply of Fwsn^ater: for the support of ihe. Inhabitant? ; and, secondly, the rugged and almost insurmountable line of road which leads to the populous district of Patersdn'sPiains, ac. ^ - Ju case our worthy Inspector of PukKc; Works may have any dipc«^tioii«ry :p^v«r. dnj such subjects, 1 trust he will^pa ^oiearly fay,*, agitate the question in the proper qqart^rjj^henf he will have an opportunity1 of 'displavine Jus talents in road-makmg ; the Ibhabhai\tk being, already, 1 believe, quite satiified: of...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

To the Editor of ' tfie Tasmanidn. Sir, * ' ' ' ? ??? ?'- ??? J . : I will esteem it a favour, would some oP^urf Correspondents inform me, hovr far a River Boundary .(however narrow the stream iney be) is a legal Fence, as I understand this q^estjpn | has caused much speculation amongst those, J^r divi duals, on this side of the' Island, who con- 1 sider themselves ' First Class Settlers.' Perhaps ihe above. Jam* may also induce some of your Subscribers to favour you with an article on the illegality of, shooting ai, cattle for trespass, and . the serious consequences necessarily attendant. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant, A'StfTTLBR OF Tfffc SECOND CLASS. ? 000000— * ! ' -ll'

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POET'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

Y oVt ' s cf6~ it nek. [The fallowing beautiful lines, the f-ro^ ditctuni of Mr.' Thomas Pkikgle«1 $ Gentleman of great literary attainments,* and formerly principal Editor of Black-1 woocfs Magazine,* on the prospect* \q? leaving his ?* uative Teviotdale,' for the Cape of Good Hope (wheife he is now a resident Veatitiot fail to^atify jnairy of our Rea«t®r^^h#^ \viihyLbos^,orihaPoets.j

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 19 January 1825

7b the Editor of the Tasmania?!. Sir, In case any oF the 4i Carnzea/i Club' fthoiiW be -amongst the number of your Subscribers^ they would obhge me by solving the following query :— ' In ihe event of any Member bejog found guilty vof. selling spirits (whether o« ^unclaj or Saturda'v) in quantum* of two 'gatlonL or uhder,^-fe lie,; or is he not, eligible further Ji6 that sweeping fundamental clause, relative to 'Deafer?,* only- extend to that class of tue com munity denooiinated ? * Tea Ueaiej-s V ' ; i am, $ir, youispbedientiy, ., .. i A No-pabty Man.

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