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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

Private Mutrurter tf ~GeirgetfieH?ourt1i continued. That a neu arrangement ~of~narrie s and peibonF Biajj to a cansisinrable ^xi^tit, be made known, a* a (Feeling public functionaries of-e^en the su perior -order^ ^is repoiteti whh the eagerness which adds nothing to the anthority of such i pre dictions. All the AJinisters of the-tete Ki«e kissed hands last Saturday, and have been thereby recognised for tbe-presei-t, as-official servants of His Majesty King. William the .JFoorth. _l_ ? ^ ? Wilii i regard -to-jutotal- cliarige of ihe Cabinet. nobody* so far as we-yet can learn, apprehends it . Those-who-tlms lar— indulge theiMroaffiia tions, uiightHrecoiiect, '-that there isafleast one sturdj oak to be uprooted, native to the~soi1^ — aini r'apilmr with the storm. ?''__ ' ' - - - ? But we will go I'uTlHerT we estate— tiot^hypo^ tlntically, but positively ,— that thereis no reason to belie, ve that f he Ministry will be changed. We cannot use too strong language in describing the cordi...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

For London Direct, ?jrt^_THE'T'iinft, fast sailing, teai^bultt ?~^gBM~Ship' BOMBAY, tmrtheii 300Tons, Jo 4Ep^ot. SEfuJ Dare, Commander, Tiav-in^hV ^^S^^^Vi''aat''' V^ftrtf hrr f fl'ff'_'njrffl'Hj will _ isfei^Jg^iljiOiye^HgiP^r:^^^ I lions of this tine Ship for Passengers are oi a des- _ Cfiptioii'4iofc±o'-i)ft exceeded, affording every pos sible comfort and convenience. ? For riFr^ii^t or Passage, apply to the Com mander, ob board, or to — — JSlLUkM WALKINSHAW, ? -___. Agent. Ltunceston, 14th Jan, 1831. — :— — For London Direct ?^Sfc.THfi tine sliipTH.QMAS- LAURIE- - *&££*£* burthen 300 tons, Lieutenant Langdon, R. N., Commander, is expected to arrive at this Fort ia three* weeks*. A considerable part of her Ctifgo' being engaged, j»ue will be despatched 'Wiiiiinii-thriaj; ? .ri'...-.:._..., ? = ? The THOMAS LAURIE is a remarkably fast Bjilin^ Ship, has a Poop, and superior Accommo dations for Cabin and Steerage Passengers. Tor Freight or Passages apply to WILLIAM WALKINSHA...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

I-m.rCE INTELLIGENCE. - Monday, 17M.— James Thomson and John Suth erland, charged with being drunk and disorderly, fined 5s. each. ?— WednetdapiAQth* — Hd,-He»ney, foF^iaTbouring a convict, fined f 2 and costs. David Williams, charged with selling rum without a license, fined £25 and costs. We understand an appeal in this case is to be made at the Quarter Sessions. Thos. Barnett and John Campbell, being drunk*and dis orderly, fined 5s. each. Thursday, 20tA.— James Parsley, charged with improperly TSbtainiogTrietterfrom the PoVtOfticej charge dismissed. Samuel Hyams, charged with haying on the 15th inst., passed two pieces of counterfeit coin, made to resemble rupees, fined £\0. Friday^ 21**.— George Radiord, being drunk, fined^s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

Jnffltf ^ROWi^^feKM. in ir^orrTT ? his Ftiendejuul ttoe Public in general, tfiaFhe -has coinnnen^ecl^Cusiness at the corner of Charles and Brisbane-streets,_and ^offers the fol ^^~ &iof-s oflfvery desctiptioa '~^ Lopfccloth ~~:.L ~ ? — _r_ - ?- ? ? ?-. ?» Pfiifts — ? Te« and sugar Tobacco -1 .'_.. ..'..._ .!_:. Frying pang Saucepans -^ '''''' ?_ Brktannia metal tea-pots __- - ' - , — J)o. do. table spoon* Do. do., tea-spooiis - -' Improved square coflt*e eiiiis -_ vSand-Sfeotrriiles y- ? -1 — 'AflH?fjcap »crf#y angerg — ? Fit saw files ~~~' ~ Cross-cat do. Brass candlesticks Fire dogs Steelyards from 100 to 300 It* ? = Fire irons ?'--— T hinges ? Buff hinges Books and Hinges Door leeks Boor bolts Batten nails Weather-board do* ? JTloorfog brads Window glass White lead Qil aod turpentine Yinegar Raisins flour sieves Afilk strainers 't Soap : '? ' Black lead pencils Quills Patent sheep shears Polished steel snuffer* Hearth brooms English twine Copper tea kettles Knives and for...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

T# the Editor ?/ the Launccsten Advert i$tr+ Sir, — I know of no particular anatomical differ ence between the Aboriginals and the- Europeans, except that the former may be distinguished by the peculiar thickness of the t-sfronti$ 1 have no ticed this extreme thickness of scull in all the Black's skeletons, which 1 have seen and conse quently think that it may bd taken as a getui a{ rule. 1 may not be correct but submit my opin ion in the hope of being set right ill am not so. Your Obedient Servant, TYRO. A Reflect ion.— A -man who had indulged himself with extravagant luxuries, was at length dunned by the tradesman who had administered JtoJiis-wiiimsandappetite. ^^fot^t-hom^^vas ~ the constant reply ; he was ohliged to deny hint' telf from morning till night. What a pity ttkt he had not practise *cf denial before :

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

Subscribers to the Launceuon Advertizer are respectfully informed, that all persons will be charged for tfits paper up to the expiration or the passinc quarter ; and that all Jiotices^o discontinue -must be ac companied with all the arrears, or the paper -irttH-» sentaad charged J»runl\\ folly paid. TheUuartvr Daysare— September SOtb^Deceaiber 31st, March 31st, and Juoe 80th, respectively.. The Terns are ac follow- 1— Quarterly, if paid 4n^advao«e-4Os*t ^^4f^-aidiat ~thfr- ^end-orihe ~~ Quarter 13s. Ail Subscribers— who^payHor inserting their Advertisements 3 or bow times, will be entitled to % insertions gra tis V fpr the first 8 line* 3a. «d., and for — each line 1 etpecUvely beyond 3, the ^cliif ge is 3d. per line ; to Noasubscriber^ 5s. for the first « lines, and 3d. per line for M .„?_ above thatjiumber. ? — :~ — — _' — - ^1t~Timmiscr1i^^^veiiis«men^r will be con. tinued until ? countermanded, except the number of insertions are marked thereou. or«n- less they would be out of d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

----- z^--ra BlJLBT. ZH fXkAAAcres4)f XA^ND, on the -f yS^ygouthjEgk River, within whole to be paid In Itn rovements on the Land. Apply to j. W. GLEADOW, Esq., Solicitor. Launceston, January 3rd* 1831. . 80Bt diwoBed to Sell, will pl^aM U ? ? J^-O*®J*-- BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launceston Hotel, on Tuesday, February '~r»t, 1831 :— BETWEEN 40' and 50 Prime Steers, fit either for the Butcher or the Plough, and being, of the iuo*f iroproW^d Br^H, ht» W worthy the attention of the Public. A NUMBER of Capital MtfoV.'CMr*, with tiT without Calves, and a fine selection of Heifers, ot such an Improved Breed, that will invite, the attention of all th«-s«' who wish to rear the very best Stork, aud thest will bear inspection, or even warrautry. Terms made known at the Sale. Launceston, January 14th, 1831* — ^^^»Y^ia.^AMSS^OtJ6HT0N, - At the Crown Inn Norfolk Plains, on Saturday 29th of January, at 12 o'clockprecisely ^~ A CHOICE Flock of CATTLE cposist iog of STEERS fit for the knife, or y...

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ROADS, BRIDGES, AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

ROADS, BRIDGES, AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS. (Continued front our iattj) Besides these two great colonial works, tbe bridge across the Derwent, and the new wharf, various buildings and repairs have been comple ted by ihe Engineer's department within theilast 18 months, which though of a less striking character, were essential to despatch of business and the convenience of the public and the sever al officers of the departments to which they be long. Among these are the counsel room. th«~ offices of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor', he Private Secretary, atfd other requisite ira jrovements in the Government-house at Ho bar t lown, besides various repairs in the old buildings, nd th» Erection of a range of stabling, atd io .n^stic offices. The offices of the Colonial Secre tary, tHe Audit office, and the boat yard and offices of the Port officer, have undergone variom repairs. Several alterations and additions were made to the old Commissariat store near Govern ment-house, conve...

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From the Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

Fr»m the Monitor. ??.—- ''? . ifeTir* infenirpd, ^hM jti5 JBwrrrnmeiitJiaf*: trrim to a -'et*MHiiri8ti- nof assikning no servants — l^^nH-fa»il»es, Hher4*-#.^4»ei bu-lmnd^«-wiV j — are pjisjJier.s. Jn^-nropii»U»n^^vf4y proper^l^ tei mimtion. To assign a prisoner to a prisoner is ?bMirtl; enough. ? Twi- A*u»r|{inc8 d!«cuised, one as t Veteran Tind^rhe^oTbr^ps aSoMie- o( the ?Slh R^imrn'. _?..; «r«rffMf!h«i-g«d- wivb having bWo '^wryjrtr*^y. M which state they wm tMsfgueotw tbe wtttcfa house by a ?cin*n\tjytou— *»-io .avw ?. i-ii(itug hf?ld ' tiie baton of olfice. Tti^'y wetrdischaa:-jfed afier » rru.(y .--Cbrisi rian t'Auiiuit-f i om t \\\* Bv:jimjy» the - ?^^-ol-dfiulUug- Jutt^ -i-i4iy-a«i*jjngji— murh wr«n- _ ^-ed tip .in «n#i+l [tf itfio.ISI.jnr: ±li eirrniiiitary'cloa.i hiilgi^ : cau^^d th^iii foiotiirg^veJtnd contemplative.^ The Vj«^ An», w hint an iv( d i-j»-JB'oiiday frotn- - Chili, apv*=wrjf to VvaW^x^rienriMa^ad reverses b»*jti in j^hrp and^ar^o, s^uceh^i depar:iirr. At -3hi...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

_.i?)r_j\Rif--N-^vv.s,..- '-'rr Fi'MB the AuJiTltALlAlf. thc ?? SydttfyHeakh' having express*-! a ti\ed de tvrmM«a(iun tq Mop th** intended tight bei«p»Mi v Cl-;«1kl' the naTive. arid Morgan the ' n*;;K o^kT'1 wtfi^tn^rainto' h ii vh - c-*«e oft on tire 4ih irsi?mi. within fefTfiaiifs of the capitsFl, that the kwwing-om's ha*e picked-out a snuj; spot in the \ tMghbouihood of a small town, not a hundred 1 »? l^s from Windsor, where the fight will. tnk' - pJa.ce. -' f q»T $TE*Hiw$.~T^h-M*qpi» at the^ricuUural i Company's fist;ifeltshment at Port Stephens have j -suffered much from rust and blight. W« rejoice to tieanhiU the company must have recourse to ©ur wheat market, to purchase, Troduttive of serious mischief and injustice, we .*re surprised to hear that any system of es-^ fHcmagc, anpiJadJes maid, or parson's wife**'] J — ^j^tfW^l^iid^Tinfa^HJu^t-a^at^r^HjntroUed- l-y *»o sensible and eiilightened-a man asSirl£d» ttard Parry is undersiwuLJo bejr?*jMj&iL whose_ enterprise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

-Subscribers to the Launct*(«n krtvrtizcr *t% ? ^rj!S^lfiilly^^nfoi«e4,-^iat-^Hil4--^f«»iis ? ; Will be charged for this paper up to the expiration of the pasMiig quarter ; an4 ^ that all notices to discoutmue must lie ac* companied with mil ;th- atrears^ or the paper will be sent and charged for until fully paid. The Quarter Day S are— September 30th, December 31st, March 31st, and June 30th, respectivelyr^ - The Terms are an follow s^oTarterly, 4f ^aial in advance 10s.; if-paid at the end ofthfr Quarter 13s. All Stbscrihers who pay for inserting their Advertfeefflfenrs i^ or more |; ? times, will be entitled to 2 insertions gra* - tis ; for the first 8 lines 3s. 6d^ and for each'Hine-respectively beyond 8, the chargti is 3d. per line ; to Noosubscribers: 5s. for the first 8 lines, aud 3d. per line for aH — abov«^ba4^numfeer. ? *-^ ? ~ ^ — ? ... All manuscript Advertisements will be con tinuefl until cpuntermaiuJed. except the - DumbprofJnseytionsjiTema^Vdthereonv^rua- All AdverUse...

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FORGET ME NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

FORGET ME MOT. My^SUUoou, Esq. Pojr,get me notJ=Jt is the cry of clay From infancy to ageTii'om ripe to Totten 9 I?or who, 'to dumb torjjetliiluess a prey,** ^Vouki be fnrgrftten T .'__ ? 1 Hark ! the poor infant, in the age ^of pap, ^little JLapiaiider-on nurse's lap,__ z^tt \ gome strange neglectml gossiping old trot, Mcaiiwhile-on duit^Obii vloriVlap she lieth, In her shrill Baby-Joiiish lai.tiuage crieth — '* Forget me not!** — ^The^school boy^writes^intoHhe-self same time T4ie yearly letter, guiltless of a blot, -''We-break upun the^wenty thirdof .June ;' -..:-?.. - A,1'* then with Comps, frgm Doctor Polvgott, ' P- |k ForgeTmeliot !'- .!_.'... When last my elder^rother sail'd for Quito, - _ My chalky foot had in a hobble got— ? n I iyjiidjfae plauthis timber toe on my 4oe f \ ?'To stamp on memory's most tender spot ~- '- 'Forget me not I' The dyingnabob,~-?ii whose shrivelled skin 7~~~.~~\ ? ^^il?Z*tl?.ia? ^35l^^l!a! jeft its 'Ja wny 4 ~3Leavihg liVe?s M^j^ajje^jongh and-tnorny...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

Norfolk Plains, Jan. 24ih, 183U Sir, , We, the undersigned, residents of Nor folk 'Plains, and the country adjoining, request, that y©u will call a Public Meeting, as soon as may oe convenient, for the purpose of memorial ising His ExceHeocy, on the subject of Roads and Bridges in thii part«f the island. Signed.— ? _. Ww. Bryajn^^P^^ W. P. Weston. Thomas Datton. Thomas Parker. 'Gabriel Cooke. ? Ww. Archer^ Junr. ; — ^Fos. Archer. ?C. B. Hardwicke. W. Pa ton. Tho». Fletcher, J. #. To M. L. SmijJ|)_Bia* ? ' ? ? Justice of the Peacey &e^ Uc~. 8pk ? Police Office, Norfolk Plains. ? . PUBLIC NOTICE PURSUANT to the above requisition, I hereby appoint Monday, the seventh -!»y of Februaiy next, at 12 o'clock at the Police Office, for the purpose theiein specified. Signed— Malcolm L. Smith, Police Magistrate. Norfolk Plains, January 28th, 1831. ' PUBLIC Nonricir WHEREAS John Sinclair, Willi AM WlLLMAti, WlLLIAM 8MITH, and Thomas Walt tits Splitters and EeiicerS, Ftp* Servants of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

WW actj-ve«man of sober habits, 48 years -of atife^oiiJiLjJreffr serv!ii^4ei a*resjiecjafe|e shop — advttrtiser- wouM take the tliarg** of 3 TiF^' guiiteiUT^ildmiy-ifotrvxteecJiTig the *ge -of ,7 ^fjtr&^AiJd-^iidt-r the i«^i-*diale^e^of'tiie-ir pa-z rents—or would attend oh a ^respectable invalid goir.g to Eugland, for fchf. remuneration of a free Application (by - JeWer. on I*;) at ihe office of - rtlns fju^r, -lirccteti W.. II. M., wall meet with ? ^^r^ptt*^^ ? iliiUKicevton, January 31st, 1831. I^flE periods for which the uudermen , tiooed persons were transported having ! expwd, c*itttica*es^v«^ea«-TgfW«djto them accordingly : ? _?--_ Jacob4^rry^-374^-XadyJEast ? . john Newman, 12Q, do. ? john^Brow«,-lX)8,— ilo. ? ? ' Wtlliam^miih, fi32, Princess Charlotte j nines Parke, 357., do. BoberlfFercival, 359, do. james Rdbioson, 395, do. ^meTEQulLe; 390, Chapman THE Lieutenant Governor has beev pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences. 'TICKETS OF LEAV*. Jdho Bell, 662, ...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. TUESDAY, MARCH 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

tXAPN43BS3^N ^ACJSsS ? ? Tuesday, March 8th. f^BwjjspsTAREs-or-dea-tiach^ with £iO'aM&i for «wo*jes«H$klsr - _l — . — - Colts ? ^ ? _... 87 ThoroMgh-bredrextra.T7..^.. 10 _ mile Heats.

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WEDNESDAY, 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

'~-^!TO*asDA-Y-.-«riii- /—--'- -? — - -Sweepstaxes «f fSeacli, with £40 added for Horses. of all ages, — __. -— — ''_ ? ______ ,« — II st. H». Two-year-olds ? ._.,. 7 7 Three do.- ^ . . . . . . . _ ... , . ._ *_ 7 .. ? Four do. ? ,9 s Five ,-*q. ? ...,,.10 2 Six do., and aged^, ..... ...id m ? TAoroiieliibred v extra, . . _-. ^,. - - » WO-MILE 1HEATS.

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A REAL MIRACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

? A~tLV.AX. UlRACf.K. Tiav. fahle of Dr, Souihey's Pilgrim tfCompot* UUoy is airfollow^ — . .????.. . — — A fafnHy-SFt^tcTth ^frofn Aquitaine to visit the f brine -of St. Jamfs. at CampusteJla, wJiilh'T, aci orcling to the Catholic faith, the decapitated Body of that saUit wa6 convf\- d froia Palestine, (miraculously of course,) in a ship of marble. At a certain smuH town by the wayjjheirsen Pieerc is tempted by the inkeeper's^daufrhter. Like a second Joseph, he resists the immodest damsel : like Potiphar's wife, she converts her love to hate, and accuses the virtuous youth of a capital crime. Her false paths prevail, and he is condemned to the gallows. Rejoicing in his mart v red iono cence, he exhorts bis parents to pursue their [jilgritnage. and pray. for the peace ff his soul. Soriowin^ they proceed, and returning, find their son hanging by trie neck alive, and singing psalms— in no actual pain— bui naturally desirous j to be freed from bis extraordinary state of sus pended anim...

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THURSDAY 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

TbUKSDAY 10th. A F0RSE -of fiO 'Guineas, given *y the Van Die men's Land Establishment, for Two-year-olds, the produce of its Horses. *t lbs. Colts _.* ? 8 7 ? 'Tfltips-nd^?eldmgs^Tr.T...T^^-f— — ? - 1 Thorough-bred, extra ........ 10 ^ MILE HF ATS. ?Sweeps* AK^s of JB3 each, with £20 added for Horses, &c, of all ages. Weights the same as on Wednesday. ^ T ^ ^ *No Thoroughbred will rbeallowed to start for this 'Rase? ««d the Winner of the All-age Stake on Wed nesday, to be excluded. ??-- — ? ? -JLJBL==Al! J?er»©ns-4nust -enter their Horses vfth the Clerk of the Cou*»e, for any of the above Stakes before -8 o'clock if _ the Evening previous to the -day of Race, and &t the same time deposit a certificate of !___. Age and jpedigree^ : ? A. PATEESON, See ? Laonceston^ — : ? . - January I4tb, 1831. - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

— JOfo 1fer*I9^ against ?**^Pr employing Michael Kellt, and J^hn Clewes, thpj haviVtg absconded from ny service after entering into an agreement to perform cer tain work. . h Any person found employing the sane after this 4io tfee, wiii be prosecuted according to law G«O. PA0KINSPW. . .*. B.—Warrante are issued for their apprehen Lannceston, January 28th, 1881. ?'HERESY empower Johjt Fawkwer, ?» Junior, of Brisbane-street Lftqpce^ton, Printer and ciftrtRral A ppnt, t*i Wrpiro n0 fnnnioB tiue to me, and to give Te^ipb anid acdu^tances in my Dame and behalf, for anj and all debts due to me, oi^t^io^m^w^r-^m^^ii^hjfk^f BonRwho may refuse to pay to Kim the fal i ?mount of all debts dije to me, aod £ *$ in my ? p«wfr-nd3-ehatfOT Tiilly In every respect itHfoe ? coHecting pf the aamft (ns per list) aa L mygetf , ^T^ JAMES ANBERSON. . I*u;-ceston, * - - ;?. ,? - ary 17th, J8S1., _ K n n^dTv in Brisbane-street. On any occasien when Mr^ Faterson isabsent, Mr. Kenwjedy Mil tftk^ tmttnetions f...

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INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. (continued from No. 102.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

INDIA AND AUSTRALIA. - ? ? ? |(«P|»ilA«i^J^iiiiy««-l^H — ^— ? — Thin Zomeendars being the sole proprietors of necessarily extrwn^ij po werfui. lUie atino»t an* ? fcolute I way which they have* ver their ? ents gives them a command of force worthy of ? the highest consideration. As confederates they would be strong — as adversarial by no means coa ^n ptiblt;.. The British G^trnm^ut ^Jiave-4n ^om« measure a claim to their gratitude for elevating them lrora their dependent state to their present princely magnificence, but we cannot say we ever heard of gratitude in a Hindoo when interest bad~hini be ungrateful. The Asiatics have not thirpfi5c1ple=of-true Yi^ritude^lhey are Servila dependents, selfish equals, but arrogant su pert* or«. There can 'be little doubt that should any struggle take place it will be commenced bj the actual servant* of the Company and their (ictceid* — ants. It is they who are tired of they ak^—moro ~ so than any other class of people ; and they_jJncL_ ? themsel...

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