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(From the Times, March 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

8 r Ää'Sffl-?«? mum: ¿T I iThei^,ue,sJtionoat tbeílñdía House)wasideci- ii ^edjyesterdayi'jby ra. majorityùof nenulyJtwO' F to-Ope^wßifear we mayjsay againstithe Mar- d qui&of H/^sTmtíSjbut'at least against fhemb- c surd pretensionSiofihlis.foQlisliffriends.ri; .Who-' n brought*/tbeottabsactionsviof'}th£;'<House:ófi t P414MER(^rtdCô^ibeforeitheEuropean1 public*?' a Ail$^çr4-f-TtT(heofriends,'orpretehdedftrieiidy} I: ófiLerdJíJíASTÍNteS'. (Thén,twe[say^ieíou¡gnt a to^ète^tjandiïepfilnSHchs{friehdshjp^t«><thè s h\test moment,of i'his lifejiimlie-proceedings ¡t M jHyderÄbadjWfere urióbserved and>uñk»Wv rY 1 jnfEngland-îiBiid'ihy >whom havèt thëy<'bfeen i dça&ged iintoiinotièe!?-î-By t those ¡ cvvhotsliould g hayeiinvierted the prayer of'AjAx,aad<;ourt-> < édíobscucUjíias^ the! only mèaris ofísafetyv 1 Yvefr)is<jthe,'»,fesolutiopnof ífhfe Directors'>àhdJ ' IheolBJorityvofithfiîPropfieior&...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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NAVAL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

lI"t ' ' NAVAL'RÉGULATIONS. ^'i:ii' v iii .>< ' i ,' t. v_<\ i'v : n . ' T Ç-Thë'hè$ &^ .Màjkty-'s^service were :Kíng;°íii 'touncílj'on ;the !24th June;' 182$. fhe^hips and/ yësseis p^ltóá'íííajesly^svFleet, are .divided Mnto,:,--six,''cÍasses^'6r","rátés;JV;''';í¡ís.t r^v&dé'cked stá^ J*kî^B"ië^ll;Tni£^^ ships of. 7Ö'J lunslarííf téss^üiátfí&O ate, 'ship's !oï'50'?gurís 'and'less-'tliàr öp;:'Jj|xtn-rate', snips'ot;2* guns ano¿essítnan ''36ïV'-# hese'çlàrsséo fyföß&'Dgfpffimähaefc'Uy "6äpiainK\($Kb$^^ 'eäptäinsj.^Slöop íio'lie commanded bj',C^ Hierre5ih; future to'he1 ^ä^r^sse'a^änd'iiot ;á,s:jCap;t^ 'andVpthefr s^ .lie "räteÜ ^cboïding ^ r í,OEEicEtts..i^rrAlil ^supernumerary pfiice^ , '.derêçL' .to^o^outyí pn¿ .bóarid! si j j pjs ¡to hte:.consi- .'V' ';_ ('4er.éd¿'fo^ ^uaU^-JD.eïonging^^ jfirstcjass^ under.him,;,the.s.ecpnaxlas,s),not; ;,the, authq ;ritjjäpf1bo,th: classe^ to cçaçe. y/hilst ui-piiesence fpjfja/;i&n'^...

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THE HALF PAY OFFICER. (From the Literary Magnet.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

THE HALF PAY OFFICER.' * ,*, - '-!-' *'' " 1n ' 1 E" n, , ( (From the Literary Magnet.,) i I ac \ There he sits-tall, thin, pale,' a man of ironfall bone and muscle, over whom sixty years and* tforty campaigns"have ^passed, leaving fewer wrinkles than wounds. He is ulbahj, and that temple of'thought/his lofty, t expansive forehead, terminates in} shaggy black eye-biows,!'which partly conceal the bright, keen, inquisitive torbs, that roll be- neath kthem. You can find little in'the 'ex Íiression of his face, of sympathy with the af airs of others ; his features are moveless and' bu^t-J|}ce. You would start, were thoselipsfo mould themselves into a smile, and '« joke xom that mputh, would sound Jlike a merry me from St.;Paul's. Yet1 there is nothing prose or, cynical abouti him-an, infant would, not.< fear to, entwine its' arms about hil neck--a ragged mendicant would not be\ afraid, tp solicit this charity. If he has npAspirit of communion with '. his kind, if the}amusemen...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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FROM A SYDEY PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

FROM A SYDNEY PAPER. The London Australian Agricultural Com- pany had taken up the Brothers, 425 tons, and the York, 476 tons, to bring out over seers, gardeners, labourers, and stock. The York will convey 400 Merinos, with some horses; and the Brothers is to bring horned cattle principally.         The greatest part of the cedar, which was sent from hence on the Surrey, had been     purchased by the contractors for Windsor   Castle, and is being employed in finishing and decorating that splendid structure.

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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DOING BUSINESS IN SCOTLAND. (From an Irish Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

DOING BUSINESS IN1 SCOTLAND; '!' * '" '(From'an Irish Pap:er.) . " 'It is ! TI pt ; ia sr it. is i'ri JSngläridiV >* ÍÍ ^T?^ >v;Ke?? nii articlels offered for sale, it is immediately purchased, or at once rejected; äs being too îlëar, but here there is a.long haggling and cheapen ingofjffyilr^latïiéle. sdccessively? of ^rea.; The; rela^ but 2// cannot be 'lastj and all Have wished to be»». After à few flays 1 ¿jet hint to proceed to business : he objects to.the price o'ftbe ár tide I offer him^n« winjiot'bUy^I try to _a buy the samé gttdés tenper if ye' like to: takeoff ten per cent. I'U'tak' sbme of ; thesie;'?, ' ' I tell/ hinV that a, reduction; just tak a little, till I can be supplied cheap er^; b« t $ # ni wn :taj^^ ¡Sir^'sa^sl^" would you'"not' think me an unconscionable kbaveto"nïfcte^oreyènfivè was able1in get half what I ask, 1 would s'bori be rich; 'Corneycopie, I'll gie1 ye within twä ana half oVyoiir ain pricei and gucje faith; ah; yëUl' be -weel paid ;-ï tell nin...

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THE BILLIARD MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

THEteÍLMARD MA^rCH. - The customary.dullrtess.which prevails at --^-tÄiiatukU&JB^ason'ojrthe year, was yes r terday^reiievecrny~twoTnwtv»i*0,-^.--L^. ' Billiards, and the 'other at Wrestling. These marches were made* in London about three weeks back* between Mr.*'Hayne and Mr. Carney,' <a Gentleman from the Sister King- dom*. îwell kbown among the'mern hers ofthe Turf and1 the Ring..'*-In the first match, Mr. Carney ^backed'himself for a hundred gui- neas te play Jonathan (Edwin Ketfield), the Brighton Marker, at Brighton, »WBHHo#alid t losing «game of one hundred up, andtore ' cei ve'seventy7 odds; There 'was » subsequent bye bet of fifty pounds «^ide, which -made the-total'stakes three huadñéd pounds, Mr.1 Haynes'backing the Marker. Carney after ' wards backed himself to wrestle Cannon^ of Windsor, the best of three back falls, ** col- lar and elbow," for fifty pounds; 'which match Mr. Hayne 'also made ; and it was agreed that it should be decided after the hill...

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(From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

''"IWl'îl, (,J1<1 U¡iiVh-,\li'it,'^i'Hf.0ii¿]\7Ti On,,Thursday ldt>t, topirartspprt sfyps^aygOj frqmj Woolwkb.jTOiH ffit&MpfamWÁ qji, ]hmí far.Sydney: ¿The fo%.m sending^ an way female convicts h^bejeji, tor^sp^eftiine, liy| i,tljek magisti ácyipfjMjjàa ¡oOh^,äcfjiL^eutj eountj,cs,tp tJic^^erary'otthe,IiQin(eDépart;, meut,,of the'¡vast incqWjén'Inc^ris^gyVo'fîj the, long detention of.femalp convic^u^hí?, Sevjar/» ^t-^-n^^^í^^^'í^Y^^-^^tr^uisb^ lion, bas been passed bppn;th/eJm..^^b^n tjie, space, of/twi¡ov ¿years' rtliere^as^be^n^o^mpie than "two transmissions. of(jthe ¿voiuen, to the usual place of destination, and the" prisons throughputsthe -country haye beei^ so &rpw d prison fdislciplihX yécÔmn\erfde'auas' jhe' mostf effectual';WaM ' oí, i'mproVidg HhepE¿bitV 'of ÍCUtU of th'e sëvëFâr w'ted>lr e¡>9 guilty, tfönji;,and this ( dejay is permitted;to take mal rded ,vvr.f^rr.«,"..r.Vl_^..7r(-r-j-î-c-j 'employment whaler v women. ace .no^ irre, cov...

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Abstract of an Act to amend and consolidaler the Bankrupt Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Abstract of an 'Act io. amend and CQuspfiitflfi ! .KKA r,tl ^fe^îîW^Wft' nuiíi^mT ,' "By the'pteambtejpf ^hfi'Acfe/itÄppeafs that) tíi§í}e.yíírí4statjitiesfr<>m thgäfth ll$M)y»Vlljta tapí,4,¡down t«tthei3djGöp.al^c^jgl^fW lng.^Ojn number,, are aflfrepeajedí ¿x^wód j Karmeis, graziers,«labourers;for*hfre/&cL* the iReceiver^^n.eraiu'iof i ia^es^and'surocw bera- to/incorporated ¿and trading companies!» ostabhsh^bytehartfer, to>Be>éx>mpted hem its operatlons^noVbeing'J d4te'nlGâ<"iradeTsWI Persons tíeparth^he'renlm*,] atáe^i?ígifíón& dweHingthouse1, surrendering tö'prison^ pïW curing>fMüdüleotc%tlaw«y>, a^esty^aaaeM * men*,1- or ni akingífraii'duleiíi >deedslf gilts>atodí tran£iefr,?to be deemed aw aetoflbânkrûptoy tji also verbal- détolàraEtion ¿of insol veVcy,t öriW,.) UpéJtíom^/ísou,vW'rpetítioiting * the*"Inrsotvf ?Meftt'é^uVt'íi'bdt »ii theilatter/*ase (fcommls^" sWnunoe4tí-issa« for> /twáítnionthá-De'clftra^ * jtióni...

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Latest Intelligence. [GOVERNMENT ORDER.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Matm SnteUígotf e. ^[GOVERNMENT ORDER.] i An important Government Order (which, on account of its extreme length, and from the* lateness of the,time it was received, we are unable to give fully, though we have in brief presented our Readers with all the in- formation it contains) has been issued by His Excellency, in pursuance of instructions from the Lords of the Treasury. This order re- lates to the COGONI<VL FUND RECEIPT^, aud is "to take effect from the 1st of October next. ' It enjoins 1. THE COLONIAL TREASURERS to make.up quarterly accounts, shewing on oath the sums received to the public service, and the ba- lance in their hands-to take duplicates, one of which to be transmitted to JSngland, of all vouchers in respect of their accounts-to make distinct statements of all sums, and not to blend sums received* in respect of different sources. 2. THE NATAL OFFICERS to make up their accounts in like manner quarterly, testifying to their correctness on oath, and transmit...

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Extinction of the Bushrangers at Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Extinction of the Bushrangers at Sydney. Extract of a Letter from a Correspondent, dated Sydney, October 11th:-" The whole of the Banditti (except one, who is wounded in the shoulder and in the hand) of bush-ran- gers, which lately committed so many out- rages in the district of Newcastle, is cap- tured.-One, a man named Riley, was shot dead by a soldier, and two others were ta- ken and are now in custody. There is little doubt but they will be executed.-A part of the Horse Patrole, lately established here, under the command of Lieut. Evernden, of the Buffs, embarks this evening on board the Amity, for Newcastle. This new Corps is 30   strong ; its uniform is the same as that of the Governor's Body Guard. The remainder of the Corps is going to Bathurst, to scour that part of the country of the vagabonds there at large. You much need something of this kind at Tasmania."--It appears by the Syd- ney Gazette, that Colonel Stewart, the Lieu- tenant Governor, has been very ac...

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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Sydney Intelligence On the 10th instant, H. M. sloop-of-war, the Larne, Captain J. Kingkome, (late first Lieutenant of the Tees) arrived at Sydney, from Madras, lastly from Singapore the 18th August. She is come to relieve the Slaney. The Almorah had arrived at Madras, but was despatched to Calcutta - there to undergo legal process. - Colonel Erskine, and Assistant Surgeon Fenton, of the 48th Regt., are dead. - Paymaster Murray is gone to England, preparatory to his returning to Sydney as a Settler. - Sir Charles Brisbane, K.C. B., cousin of Sir Thomas Brisbane, arrived at his station   in India. - The Portland, with part of the 48th Regt, from Sydney, and the Grenada, also with troops, had both arrived at Madras - the former after a very long voyage, the   latter in 8 weeks. The ship Henry, Captain Ferrier, is reported to have been lost in Torres's Straits,   on her way from Port Jackson to Batavia:   but that all hands were saved...

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MR. GREIG AND THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

MR. GREIG AND THE FREE PRESS.   We have to congratulate the Public on ano- the victory obtained by another Proprietor of a Public Journal, over power without authori- ty.-It cannot have been forgotten, that Lord CHARLES SOMERSET, the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, by a strong and arbitra- ry measure, in consequence of the Indepen- dence evinced by Mr. GREIG, the Proprietor of the South African Commercial Advertiser, under the pretence of the existence of the Dutch Law at the Cape, summarily prohibit- ed the publication of that Journal. Mr. Greig, however, without delay, proceeded to England; and, having laid his case before His Majesty's Ministers, by whose liberal po- licy the affairs of our native land are con- ducted so very much to the public satisfac- tion, he was enabled to return to the Cape, bearing with him instructions from the Earl BATHURST, that he should be reinstated in his rights, and that he should continue to publish his Journal as formerly. We have...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

. ip^^dfânas^iai^o^i; nf AGRIGÜLTJ/IE.;-On the 5f h of 'May, about 80 acres of ih ground, part of the estate of SirJbhn Maxell, was let by public rtíup for fourVearsj ^/The ground was set up in lots to answer the Circumstances of purchasers. The first^year the crop is'to be oats ; the second, «reen croy'or summer fallow; the third, wheat, badeyyor oats ; and the fourth, Yye «rtiss «nd/cloVer. Sir John, always%hx\ous to promote the progress of âgriculture,\ynich his usual* public1 spirit' intimated that he meant to give premipms to tWthreg farmers who had »the best crops of wheat,"potatoes and hay, and uo'rent is $oT)e eXactecTTbr the second year. The! roUp Was1 'well 'attended, and the farmers-were[in good spirits, and the ground was'ietiaccording to its «quality, fiom £3,10s. to J10 10s. an aere. , Mr. H'USKISSON'S RESOLUTIONS.-The ob jectof his ¡Majesty's Ministers, in short, is to make the UqitedSKingdom the manufactory and the warehouse of the whole worldy and -Upon the subject ...

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THE BELZONI SARCOPHAGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

THE BELZONI SARCOPHAGUS.       Yesterday, (April 2), Mr. Soane, the fortu- nate possessor of this inestimable curiosity, opened his house in Lincoln's Inn-fields, to his friends and other persons versed in anti- quarian lore, to behold the Sarcophagus dis- played by lamplight. It will be remember- ed that this monument of extreme antiquity, being probably not less than 3,000 years old, was discovered in Egypt by the indefa- tigable Belzoni, and was brought to this country, where, we grive to say, a false eco- nomy prevented its being made public pro- perty ; and, therefore, it came, by purchase, into the possession of Mr. Soane. Previously     to this, many of our readers may have seen   it ; and, therefore, a particular description   of it may be unnecessary, further than to   say, that it consists of transparent alabaster,   in the shape of a rude coffin, covered wi...

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Mr. Dawes's Letter to Mr. Stephen. "Hobart Town,Oct, 17,1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Mr, Dawés'à ¿¿tier to Uti: Stephen. «*, Hobart Town,Oct, 17,1825. / " Stn,-I have, received with equal sur /prise to that which you express, your commu- nication of this day, now before me, and which I Shall proceed to answer with as much Calmness ana temper, as Its contents and the sense which I must ever feel of the deep in- juries I~ have sustained at your hands, will permit me. ** You set out with offering to my considera-1 tion a series of remarks upon my refusal to attend the three Gentlemen, whom you think proper to call Commissioners of Enquiry ; which remarks you make, as you state, as they regard myself. I wish .to ask by what authority- you presume to school me as to the line of conduct that I shall adopt upon this or any other occasion. I should certainly _ have had no hesitation to have attended those "" Gentlemen, had the object of their enquiries been limited to the express purpose, with a view to w hich alone I was seduced by your insidious arts to make the communica...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Schultz & Co.'s Stores. Fresh Advertisement F. Schultze & Co., have just exposed for SALE, at their Stores, in Elizabeth-     street, the following choice Selection of GOODS, per Triton, and other recent Arri- vals.—Black bombazeens, rich double Nor- wich crapes, chintz and fancy town prints; moleskins, beaverteens, and corduroys; elegant scarfs, Cashmere and Angola shawls; Welch flannels, fine lambs'-wool stockings;   drab and black silk camlet; regimental stripes for trowsers; womens' cotton hose,   and mens' half ditto; gentlemens' best su-   perfine blue cloth surtouts, dress coats, round jackets and waistcoats, with Prussian collars, trimmed with braid; crimson velvet stocks, white cotton shirts, neckcloths; a great va-   riety of fashionable summer trowsers; super-   ine hats; mens and womens' shoes; Wel-     ington and top boots; cordage, tar, p...

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(From the Morning Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

(From the!Morning Chronicle:)' ;;RÓY;AL PRERO'G^^ and England indisputably possess some' envia- ble âtuihnitës»^edciion^of,which inpne^^ery son would be unspeakably^ ;desi^ MbsTí\CittRfstiA^;'l^SESTy,¡. - ? ii V:béefii«¿ ¡ ¡;«aín ! neverÄei7/vand itis,a constitutional maxij^ that the King of ENGLAND never dies f bay; what/; is ' more .:. remarkable, ? though;' be; never dies,,y et he may',';bç horn just" as lofténasjis agreeable to him, and in that season best suits his convenience,-thus our present Gracious Sovereign has two birth days'every year, and tóíght baye thrie.-^ àii^oie^ Ki ilga of England, also ct(n never do wrong, .anil ^ïhe Kings of Fràncje'-niay;-'jiç^.e p^aS|mè|jBJj | ^onçùbioe«^? ^îq^: ^o'¿'¿M;c»NÍ; without;^lipcliüqg^A«fr';BishQMV'it Wpüld'seem;vboweyej;, -t^t o(ur fSoyereigUyhas tliè^aM^ntage;.-M p;iiiyitege^ the h'andspmest and mp'strdesirable sweep.to iRoyalapbons.;:^,.^,;^^^ ': ,'^yëry: one knows| ttiajt^i^ouf^heátí^s itjii not* th^ ;custpm^ Pqf paiji^ .eularly...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. SIR, - I am induced to trouble you with a few observations upon two letters in the last Government Gazette, signed "Recluse" and   "Philarchus." The last letter however     appears to be a continuation of the first, and to be written by the same hand. The diction of the letters are so extraordinary, there is such an effort made at something grand, that I must confess it is only a small part of them that I can comprehend. It is only that   part of course which I can notice. The proceedings adopted by the Solicitor General against His Majesty's Attorney- General, I have certainly with many others felt great interest in, and particularly now since the proceedings before the Committee of   Enquiry commenced - since which the matter has assumed a darker aspect. The objects of the proceedings however are clearly enough developed in these letters, and which, from their dictatorial tone, and other-inter...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS. --000- THE Inhabitants in Hobart Town having most handsomely volunteered to under-       take, as Special Constables, the Protection of     the Town, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR feels the most perfect Confidence in their Prudence and Courage, and accepts their Services as a Means of enabling him to despatch a greater Number of Troops into the Interior.   His Honor anticipates that this sacrifice of personal Comfort, on the Part of the Resi- dents in Hobart Town, will at once operate as   a stimulus throughout the Colony ; and that every Free Inhabitant in the Country will   heartily and actively co-operate with the Mi-   litary in assisting the Civil Powers in the ap- prehension of the Gang of Bush-rangers, head-   ed by Brady.   Every District is now occupied with Troops,   so that none need feel unprotected ...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Stjip SSE Wttot. Arrived on Saturday last, the Duke of York, from Macquarie Harbour, briuging up four men on a charge of murder. Arrived on Monday last, from England, the ship Mountaineers, Capt. Herbert, with mer- chandize and passengers. She left Plymouth the 25th April, and touched at the Cape, where she struck upon a rock, which occasioned her stay there for.2 months, having been compelled to discharge all her cargo.-She brings out four horses-one a fine stallion, belonging to a Mr. Walton, a resident here, and other valuable stock for this Island. Arrived on Wednesday, the Government ' schooner Elizabeth Henrietta, Capt. Martin, ' from Sydney, with a reinforcement of about' 60 soldiers and an Officer of the 40th Regt. -Passengers, J. Cavenagh, Esq., Assistant Surveyor General, Peter Murdoch, Esq., Com- missioner of Lands, and five other passengers. fi^T Price of Bread-9d. .per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate-W. H. HAMILTON, Esq.

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