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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

SHIP5«4, NEWS. ARRIVKD IN THIS FOUT. May 12th, — The schooner Darling, S. I-awdf.u, Comni:uidi-r, from Sydney, with a gcni'ral cargo. I'assonm'is, — Mr. uiid Mrs. Clarke, and Mr. Jackson. ARIHVID IN IIOBART TOWN. On the lllh,— TI-p barque Clarence, Captain Ni'rfi)t,c, from London, 25lh Nov., and forts mouth 1st of January, — Mr. and Mrs. Roper, (Mr. Roper having died on the passage), Mr. Scott, and Mr. Liudscy. On the l Sib,— The. bris Volutin, Capt. Hannah, from Liverpool, 23rd Dec. Passengers — Mr. B. White, Mr. Miller, Mr. T. Walkinshaw, Mr.Vi dette, Mrs. Weston, and Mr. Henry Weston.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

LAVNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the' discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his rond perfectly free from the arrows of (hose who are interested in preventing the Aigis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. It is a common observation, that a man is less wounded at being called a rogue than a fool ; and bow often this observation is fully exemplified, «ach one can bear witness. Vet the former appellation charges him with crimes of his own begetting, and which he is actually responsible for; and the latter im putes no blame to him at all, in as much as foolishness is ? defect in nature, and is not of his own acquiring. But perhaps, those terms are more analagous than we at first im agine or consider them to be, for though ev ery weak man may not be a togue, every ro^ue must be a weak man, because roguery infallibly lowers every man in the estimation of his neighbours, even though h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

WK bc-jr leave, respeo h\',\y to irforin our Friends, Subscribers, and others, that the expense of outlay, nnd continued and in cidental out-goinp, imperiously call upon us to fiend round the bills for dip quarter's papers and advertisements, mid thisexplanation we hope « il! save us the trouble of repeated calls ; Oie youth who takes out the bills will receipt them in my name. Such »f onr Subscribers wlio reside in the coun try, »tid who prefer paying in produce, we would fee) obliged if they would call at any time as convenient, and payment will be received either in Wheat, Barley, Oats, or Potatoes, at -he mar ket price, and will continue to be received in ad vance in lien of cash. Persons residing on the other side of the Island will be pleased to pay JOHN FAWKNEK, Senr., ?nri his receipt will be a full discharge. Launcrstn;t, JOHN FAWKNEU, Junr. MajTth, 1829.

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From MOORE'S " LOVES of the ANGELS." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

From MOORE'S « WVM of ihe ANGELS.' I Twas in a land, that far away, I Iuto the golden orient lies, I Where nature knows not nights delay, I But springs to sect her bridegroom, day, I Upon the threshold of the skies. I one morn, on earthly mission sent, I I And midway choosing where to light, I I saw, from the blue element, I oh beautiful, but fatal sight !- I rw nf earth's fairest womankind, _ _ _ I Half veil'd from view, or, rather, shnn a, I In the cloar crystal of a brook ; I Which, while it had uo «'gle gleam, I Of her young beauties, made them loon I I Wor*-sp»rit like, as they might seem I ? Thioufeh the dim shadowing of a dream. I I so innocent the maid -so free I ? From mortal taint, in soul and frame, I ? Whom 'twas my crime, my drsliuy, I ? To love, aye, bum for, with a flame, I ? To which earth's wildest fires are tame, j ? Bad you but seeu her look, when first I ? From my mad lips the avowal burst ;— ? Not angry,— no-the feeling had ? No touch of anger, Outmost sad— ? It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

npHE undersigned begs to inform the Pub JL lie, that his very valuable carg*, just im ported per WAtekloo, enables hin to offer the following goods for sale, viz:— Taylor's brown stout in hogsheads, and porter in eight doz. packages Fine Cognac brandy, bollands, in cases and pipes Jamaica ram, over proof Collisons superior Cape trine in half-pipe* Madeira in quarter-cask6, Bronte Madeira, sherry in six dozen CBsks, port in three doz. cases &c. &c- also fiue isle of France, and refined sugar, By son and Hyson skin tea in Chests, half chests quarter chests, and caddies Rankins cheese, Iron assorted, blistered steel, Soap in 56. Ib. boxes, scented transparent soap, Brazil tobacco, fine table rice Dinner Bets of blue ware, large bine caps and saucers Nails of all kinds, in small packages Europe rope, sail clolh And twine, tar and pitch Rosin, Unseed oil, turpentine, superfine green olive, and blue paint, common red, black, blue, and, yellow ditto, white lead in 28 and 14...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

I A T.m.nr.'s Military Exploits.— Maiisie I Watir.h. i' his autobiography, gives a ludicrous I account of his military exploits. The' lime is the I invasion: Munsi« enlists as ifu unwilling rolun I ircr. ** Instead,' says Mansif, u of getting ray I nccet'ful rest, in my own bed, with my wife mid I wean, iow sued (lip bell, and row-d- -i|ow sand I tl»c drum's, ai:il all, in a niiiiule, was, confusion I siiiri ni)io:ir. I was seized with u shaking of the ? knees/and a flatting at the heart; but 1 hurried, ? with my ni»lii.i-np tin, «|- to the garat window, ? snd ilierr I'ioo plainly saw ihrit tiie French hau I landed, fnr all theMuonl posts wore in a blecze. ? Tlits was in reality to be u soldier! I never got ? »uth a I'rtgiil sinco Hie -day i was cleckit. Then I tuch ar.oiso and hullabulo in the streets; men, ? woinrn, iiiul w.ans, all hurrying through ither, ? ;:!ul oy)\)g with load voices, ainid tho'dark, as if B he duy of judgment had coim*., to lind us nil un ? urrimrcd ; ar.d st...

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At the Court of Sl. James's, 28th April, 1828 PRESENT.—The King's most Excellent Majesty in Council. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

At the Court of St. James's, ? . mi April* 1828 Present.— .The King's most Excellent Majesty in Council. «flrrHEREASl/y a certain AotofParil V? umcilt paisert i« the »*&*** «| *** Keieuof His present Majesty, iutiwleil' An Act to Slate tlic irade^i the BrUMi fo^essions Abroad,' uftei leciUng thut by thetaw «l ton, nation. Foreign rihips are peiautteU to import lit© umv of tbe biiiisli t'ossesbionsAbr^ad, Uom the Countries 40 wlijclilhey buloug. uoous., me uroduteof those Couiitriesj and to export tiooiis rom such Possesbiousto bu tarried to any iorcigu Country whatever; and that it is expeuwut tUac such uermUsion *h»uld be subject to certain cm ditions,'itis enucted that/1 ttie privileges lUere 5y«rauted to Foreign Ships, bhall Ue Jimiied to the Ships «t those Countries which liayuig Colo Dial Possessions, shall grant the like privileges of tradius with those l'osscssions to untufa bnips, or which; not having Colonial AJossessioos, biiatl place the Coaiuierce uud Navigaiiou ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

r|^he undesigued hereby informs the public I JL generally Uiat he is competent to Uie two I pruitrS Ions of HoKBE-d octor aud horse-bte&ker I PAKTici;r,Aiii.v Horse's destined for the turf, per sous. wishing ; his ufisistanco will please lo forward heir orders either to Oggaii, or 10 Major Mac ietid's larm at 'i'alisker. * May 13 £h. 1829. ROBCKT GRAHAM. ^I^HEfoHowiug choice selection of hand. j JL soniuly lound Books for Sale, at the ' Coi-nisall Hotel. Any person who may be iucliued to t^nc the whole, may liave them at a trilling per cenlage upoa the cost price, Opie's Mudeliue Valentine's Eva , New Tales ' * Tales of the Heat New Simp le Tales lllustratious of Lying ' Moutgouiery's works Mr*. KudcUITc'B Uilolpho r Romance of the Forest ' Siciliau Italian [blayue Castles of A thliuwid Duo |jady Morjan's'Frauce Italy *Gaston de Blondeville Hutchinsou's Meraoiiu Modern Biography Bylaud's Spain Dance of Death Gait's Voyages Peregrine Pickle Canterbury Tales Sinollett'8 Works ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 May 1829

TO be sold at the Stores of JOHN CLAYTON, at the corner of Brisbane and Charles Streets, the following Merchandize, at extraordinary low prices, for cash, or colonial produce. Black beaver bonnets   Bandana handkerchiefs and check shirts   Duck and Russia drill trowsers   Candles, cheese and butter   Files of variour sorts   Window bolts, nails and saws   Powder and shot   Pepper, tea, sugar and tobacca   Rosin   Stationary   Shoemaker's tools and hemp   Tea boards   Bagging   Wellington boots   Glass ware   Brass candlesticks   Shirting and calicoes   Irish linen   Nail and rod iron   Table knives and forks and pocket knives   Spices   Cotton handkerchiefs   Crockery ware   Mustard &a...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

SHIP WmL NEWS* AllRITED IN TH16 FORT. On the 24th,--The Elizabeth, Capt. Tfoutig, Tom Sydney, with a valuable caigo, wusiglysito Thomas Williams, Esq. -. SAILED FHOit THIS PORT. May 23,— The colonial brig Drw*- »a')el Taylor, Master, for Sjd.tey, with a valuab e cur Caihcurt, Mr, Timothy Now tan, Mr. Geo. Vouug, CeptuinTownsou. Same day, Th« Darling* Samuel Lnuder Master, for Sydney, *»ith a car»j.- of whrataurt wool.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

LAUNCESTOX ADFERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1829. It is ihe public duty of a Journalist to dispel Aria Sin; but Sn the discharge ot th.s duty he '«??? uot expect »o find his road porfrctly tree from the £K of those who are interred I ... i p^ntius the £gispftruthf«m coufrouung «ud dissipating their power. ? The roan that's resolute and just, I Firm to his principles and trust, I Nor hope nor fears can blind. I We casually mentioned in our last, that the PublUwshad received* noUce from the Actin r Colonial Treasurer here, to famish him with a Quarterly Statement of ell liquors, also wines , hought and. soil by them, and we 6unpo,e also what they consume themselves, in order to find out who aw drunkards ; and this is to bedoue we are. informed, by accounts specifying earn wees, b wutuuipuu- e^~. ? . This is not the result which most persons would naturally expect, from a part of those who were chosen, cr from those who exer cised the power of choice, of the late Legis lative Council. This ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

Wb beg leave, respee«fuly td tcform our Friends .Subscribers, and other*, that the expose oroutlav, and co.ii.nued and 1 iu cidental out-eoinw, imperiously ca I upon us-to send round thf bills for the quart's P«P*« ?'«} advertisements, and thisrxplaiiauoii wehope will save us the trouble of i*i»«i«l calls ; *« youth Vho takes ont the bills will receipt them in my 'TuJh of our Subscribers who reside in the coun try, .nd who prpfcr uayiug iu produce, we would fee UbKit theyVould call at any lime ?» convenient, nnd payment will be received cither in Wheat J&mIp»; Oat«, or I'oUtoes, at the mar fi?PS, and will retinue to be received in ad \8iicp in lion of cash. r4i,ojtinnH May 7«hs 1829.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

^^^^^ Police -W5c«, Lituntttttm, j LIST of Articl* in the possession of (be ™ Police at ZmmtmIm, unclaimed, and the o»uefs names unknown. Applications for the ? fame to be made at the Police Office between the ° hours of Nine and Four on rriMi^i and on 2 DeSber 6th, 182S.-A gold rin«, set with 1 pearl' and a false ruby, found on the person of '» a needle, and small iron fish-hook, found in a 'Sift1!*. 1825-A silver tea-spoon, no. « marked, found in the streets ot Lauuceston by ^ ROJearrcSyll826.-One lar*e pistol, maker', ram, 'fi Mortimer, taken from James Goodwin, a bubh rantrer. an accomplice of M.Brady and othors. AguKust 2nd, 1826.-4 note for one dollar, signed William Barnes, taken from the person of „ H AnSu't'yi7eth; 1826-One silver watch withou Htlffface much broken, no maker's name' pc found in the dwelling-house of Jacob Mayall, » »« CDO^« silver watob, maker's name Tomlinson» Watch, found in the dwelling-house of Joseph BTooytefor four dollars of theBank ofVan Die Ben's L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

A* Farm to be Let. I npO be LET, and entered Upon imnedi I X ately, Ont TAoutonj Jrre$ of Land, adjoin I ing the Estates of Mesira. JValstdm and Lktte, ! I fourteen miles from Launceston, and known by I the name of Spring Plain. I This land bring of the richest quality, and only I thinly timbered, is well adapted for cultivation, I and the proprietor will have no objection to di I vide it into tour or fife small farms, as may suit I applicants' I or Wheat will be taken in payment of the I reut. For further particulars apply to the Frintir I of this paper. I Launceston, May 23rd, 1829. I Caution. I DO hereby caution the Public not to give credit to my wife ELIZA. ANN WALTEHS, las I will pay do debts the nay contract after this I date. I BENJAMIN WALTERS. I Norfolk Plains, I May 21st, 1829. I Conveyancing. ITS. ODELAND respectfully inform* |tj ? his Friends and the Public in jenpral, thai ?lie intends (after a practice of seven years in En Eland) to again enter into the above professi...

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A DESCRIPTION OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

A DESCRIPTION OF LONDON. Bouses, churches, mix'd together ; | Streets, unpleasant in all weather; ! Prison*, palaces, contiguous ; I Gate6 ; a bridge; the Thames trnguout. I Gaudy things enough to tempt ye ; ? Showy outside* ; insidi-B empty ; ? Bubbles, trades, mechanic arts ; ? Coaches, wheel-barrows, and carts. I Warrants, bailiffs, bills unpaid ; ? Lords of laundresses afraid ; H ? Fogues that night 1) rob and shoot men ; H Hangmen, aldermen, and footmen. ? Lawyers, poets, priests, physicians; ? Koble, feimple, all conditions : ? Worth beneath a threRd-bare cover; ? Villiany— bedaubed all over. ? Women, black, red, fair, and gray ; ? Prudes, and su- h hs never pray ; ? Bafidsome, uj I v, noisy, still; ? Some that wtll'uot, some that will. H Many a beau without « shilling ; ? Mauy a widow not unwilling ; ? Many a bargain, if you strike it : ? Tbu is London ! how d'ye like it ? I We have great pleasure In laying the following ? letter and proposed resolutions, with a copy of I wii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

i IMPOUNDED, '' A *T Launcestoa Pound, one black Steer, J\. faintly branded A G on the n?ar hip, little I white on the belly. Otte. Cow, black sides, white f I back and belly, short horns, a brand on near ? I thigh, the figures not perceptible. The same will it I be sold at the Pound, if not taken away, and ex. peaces paid within 21 days from this date. r JOHN DANIELS. Lannceston. Pound-keeper. May 25th, 1829. »? Fl^HE following- choice selection of hand s, A eoroely bound Books for Sale, at the Cornwall Hotel Any person who may be ? inclined to take tbe whole, may have them I at a trifling percentage upon the cost price. ? Opie'c Madeline ? Valentine's Eve ? . New Tales ? Tales of the Heart ? New Simple Tales ?: Illustrations of Lying m Montgomery's works s ? Mrs. Radclifle's Udolpho f ? ' - Romance of the Forest ced pM . wiwuan ? . Italian fTjlayne . ? ,' Castles of Atliliuaud Dun ? Lady Morgan^ France ? Italy ad- ? Gaston de Blondeville V I Hutcbinsou'i Memoirs »JL I Modera Biogr...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 May 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un- dermentioned :—   James Thompson, Police district pf Hobart Town, Joseph Willis, Police District of Launces- ton, and John Taylor, Police District of Oatlands. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by   tbe undermentioned :—     John Smith, John O'Neale, Thomas Sutton, John Salmon, Charlotte Collins.   Bolts, bars and portals crash and thunder;   But the gates of iron will not sundor ;   Hinges may creak, and keys may jingle, And clattering chains a concert mingle ;   While honest William siands in state,   A porter at this horrid gate.   A few days ago, I, having a proposal to make to a debtor in Launceston Gail, which, without doubt would have led to his liberation, I applied at the gate to be admitted to see him ; but strange to say, the Under Jailer told me that the Jail...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

[?] IHSwsliSBSStP ARRIVED IN TlirS FORT. May 251 li,— The schooner flcnrjf, John Griffiths Master and Owner, from Sydney, with a cargo of sundries, and 5 passengers. May 26th,— The schooner Resotulion, Thomas Young Master, from Sydney, with a cargo of sundries. SAILED FKOM THIS PORT. May 27th,— The bri? Java Packet, James Lam bert Master, for Sydney, with 1,300 bushels of wheat on account of Thomas Williams, Esq., 41 hales of wool, 5 tons of potatoes, ou account of Mesirs. Thomson & Ralston. Passengers,— Mr. Wm. Wliytp, Mr. Cbus. Bradburn. The brig Elisabeth is expected to sail on Tues day or Wednesday, with a full cargo of wheat on account of Thomas Williams, Esq. ARRIVED TN HOB ART TOWN. May 26th,— Tbe barque St. Georze, Captain Findley, from London Jan. 16, with a general cargo, PasBengerSj— Messrs. Luttreil, Hunt and Richardson. Same Day,— The Government brig Cypii/*, Capt Bateman, from Macquarie Harbour, with 1 cor poral and IS privates of the 40lk regiment, and 32 pris...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion ; bul in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the .ftgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Oh woman ! in our hours of rase, ! Uncertain, coy, and hard to please; ' When pain and nnguith wring tbe brow, A ministering Aui;«l now. \V e have that high and noble opinion of Woman, *' Nature's master-piece,' that we arenot surprised that Plato would have por lioncd out the offices of his imaginary com monwealth, equally between both sexes ; 'but we are much surprised that the learned and u-Jse Egyptians should have so strangely in verted the order at present in uae in civilised life, and indeed the evident intentions of pro* vidence, for according to tfeeir regulations, the men conducted the household affair5, while the women managed all tbe out of door work. History lias...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

WANTED, ONR THOUSAND busheli of good storeable WHEAT, for which cash will he given. Apply to Mr. GEORGE PARKINSON'. Lannceston, Jane 1st. 1829. -[7K7'K bc-p leare, resppo ful to jrform WW -«r friPiiiis, subscrii)era Hlia uilu-n-- iiitic xii«* espens«* oFouHav, neid continued and in cidental out-t;oiiH'-i, imperiously rail upon us to send round the bills for the quarter's papers and advertisements, nnd thisox^lanation we hope will, save us the trouble ar repealed calls : tlio youth ?who takes out the bills will receipt them iu my name.- ' Such of our Subscribers who reside in (he coun try, and who prefer paying in produce, we would, feel obliged if they would ' cnXl «t any time as convenient, nnd payment will be received either in Wheat, liarley, Outs, or I'otntoes, at the mar ket price, and will continue to be received in fld VBnre in lieu nf cash. Persons residing on the oilier side oftlie Island will lie pissed to pay JOHN FAwKNBR, Senr., and his receipt will be a full discharge. ...

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