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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 March 1825

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE.   The following article, extracted from The Australian of the 10th ultimo, will, no doubt, be perused by our Readers with that interest to which it is so well entitled. In his leading ar- ticle, the Editor of that Journal, among the many other advantages likely to accrue to Van Diemen's Land, from the very valuable and re- cent discoveries made by Messrs. Hovell and Hume, says — " It would not indeed be matter of much surprise to us if we ourselves should live to see one or more weekly steam packets plying between Western Port and Port Dalrymple. The     distance between these places is but a few hours sail." To these, Gentlemen, who, in this ardu- ous, enterprising, and praiseworthy undertaking, are said " to have received but little assistance from Government," too much praise cannot be given; and we sincerely hope that they may yet   live to reap, in a more munificent and liberal manner, the benefits ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 March 1825

LIFE.       Life like a river flow

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THE CHEST IN THE CORNER. No II. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

THE CttESt iN T HE CORNER. (Couthmed from our last). , _«LSEcIJ, Aian?,M fcaid'ty* I am much otiiged io y«i}-*t)f ^t^^yice, buv^ i^ant to know how -jffiL*** ««e^9 '^^4 Jhc Jat(er *o£ of |fe^ uaSha^ # hicb #$ u caught. BJ(e, reciting. iVn . .jHiMliteiaMoWntf U^Miy piping n«ay ^e tear whicb came into liis eye, *' Uiat ,wai ta^ht me Vr.rkk r ihougR I*^** M***t,*t contni^d Adain;' -**i xaitt^-WtjeH-^u 4ibttuiiumK. Y|)« WfhU tniit*; '-fe^^ down jn, the b0ttqmK to 'iWntilV* U*wn, io a little, hut w^c,h he mAViMi togetiierV *-I1l teil ydtl Iwtfi got ac QualMi^ with-hini.' j- '*- ??? ?.-;..- -.-,_ :- = l^haod, Jookedm me»ga»»» aad ftt^i^ Uie Tivn, At ltstl somtii6liei # c4«r%e to mk him what he wanted. He looked verf.sadj droppetj my hnud, :M-MM*ipA) «#^^ a^yv^H Iiraiit «t^fy |b^,f ;fff4^#^|f dftid^g— ** no notice, no home, WMffp** ^ * / le¥ Verf q\ieerV^^5ii|i|i^ Wk^^V^ him home tcrnSy -^«M^:% #^ W^^^ bed, and the nejfit day '^e Duift this hut.' '*»«-» how long is it as^o -since' 'this too...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

ADVERTISEfl^ERTS. ????oooooo**** REWARD OF TWENTY DOLLARS. WHEREAS, the House of Mr. Hrnkt Davis was feloniously entered last Night, a fntle before Eight o'Ciock, by semp Persmi ^ Persons unknown, who effected their cn'ttsiifce through a Window of one of ihe RofTB*.^ Among the Articles which wet* si«Ien there from, »he followmg could b£ identified, v'z : one black coar, one pair yellow nankeen trousers, one fine hat, one gilt-framed shaving glass, and one mahogany writing desk, with brass mount ings, containing sundry papers. The above Reward will be given to any Person giving such Information as may lead to the Discovery of tbe Offender, by ? Hrn&y Davis. 1VJ[R. R El BEY begs Leave to acquaint those *** Sett'ers indebted io the base Firm of Tho mas B ei bey and Co. as''weflf«s to himself, that good clean Wheat will be ret^ived'at IOs. per Bushel, and those failing to retire their Obliga tions* will be sued at the next Sittings of ih-? Civil Courts, as well as those who fail...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

» LAUNeESTON RACES. The foMowttt|rf we understand, is the arrange* ment for each d«yrs sport, at our ensuing Races ; Tirst Day—Monday, the 8f*f Instant, A Purse of i£0 Dollars— (»ee Advertwcmem)— The Horses entered are — Mr. R. White's ch. c. Diamond ; M r. C. B* Hard wick*« gr. c. Talisman ; M r.- Waddle's bk. c. Commandant ; Mr. Massey's ch. c. George ; Mr. Field'* b- f. Phillip. Second Day — Tuesday the $8d Instant, A Sweepstakes of £5 each (see Advertisement,) The Horses entered arc Mr. R. White's gr.'h. Duke of Bronte ; Mr C. B. Hardwick's ch. h. X. Y.Z; Mr. Herbert's ch. m. Gipsey ; Mr. Massey's bk. h. 'Highflyer; Mr. Clayton's ch. h. Chace. Third Da if — Wednesday, Some Bye-matches between various Horses. 1st, A Match for One and a Half Miles, between Mr. Bailey's bk. c. Highlander — and Mr. Waddle's bk. c. Commandant.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. *#* Literary productions are, with us, esteemed &k! valued, whfn tlie motives which produce . lUtm ate umaim d and pure ; bat, on the con t«*f^,nre justly execrated and de-pised, when ?jr.'ce^iog frt;m a source contaminated wi:h f;i.-;tlifiod, and viie, with prejudice. Personal f ahu^e ',il! never ir- ;Ue a fa tee opinion, nor is i! c- ii iit'»iL vs. 1 1 u 1 lie rules demanded by pub. 'ic jv*»»ice (of which our Conespondent is a '?1 Mnpion. but of the Quixotic ,k*nd) that it :-Wroiijd : neither can private slander, in any -hufie, tend towards public good. The insi nuations winch have graced the literary and - sitbhme productions of a very rxcent Corres pondent, cannot, we are1 well convinced, bear the trsi of truth ; must he not then recoil with shame at an attempt calcula'ed only to rriU-vt disgrace u(- -n hini^cif, and ruin upon another .J We beg to state, for his informa tion (for he appears to knuw nothing of the, Circumstances upon which he has writte...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. ? ??? ? ??? Hae ye a reud in a* your coats, I b^g yo'H tent it ; A chiePs aniang ye taking notes. And faiih hcM prent it. , Sir, 1 have very closely observed the course oC letters, inserted tn the Hobart Town GazeUe, under the signatures *' Q,' and, the replies of - 'Cominon Sense; and 1 take the opportunity, and means of your Journal to congratulate Qt and the Public, on the signal and decided victory Ik has obtained over his antagonist ;-^for t per ceive, from the last communication of Common Sense, that he h«s given up his cause despairing of success. £ have seldom met. Sir, with more gross and presumptive egotism &nd pedantry, joined with insult to the understandings of a British Public, than have been displayed in. the letters of Common Sense. Common Sense, Sir, doubtless thought he was achieving a great deal when he thrust himself j before the Inhabitants of this Island as the op- j ponent of Q. He probably thought he should : have an ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

'PUBLIC NOTICE. ¥ Atr^f€ESTON RACES, wil% as usual, lake *-ji jjhice on Monday and Tuesday, the. SJLst and ££d Instani. First Dai/,— A Purse of Oae Hundred and Twenty Doiiars, given by the Inhabitants of JL'.unceston, lor Two-year-old Cults and Filieys, br*-d in the Cotony, I -'carrying leather weight. — Heats, One Mile and a' Haliv—Jsairyi Eight Dollars. Second Day. — A Sweepstake of Five Pounds each, Vvitb Eighty^ Dollars wided, for alJ deno minations. . Tii ree-v ear-bid, earning 0 stone 121ns ; rotir-year-dSd, 7 stone 6'bs ; Fiveyear oM, 8 stone 2bs; Sjx year-eld, 8 stone 12lbs; A&ed, ;r§ lsfoue «'bV Mares ahd Geldings al-. Io*«*d3ibs. * Heats, Two Miles. Aft tiorses^ &c. to be named and entered at Mi .^Richard White's, Lauhceston Hotel. -N. : B.~ -rTte. fplJowing , Coll^. are already i named *, for. tfye -fi ret , Day's Kace. Talisman, [ ouL.,-*f Venus, bv fiariequin ; George, out of ? Oid Agnupy nrauli'^ JJeektqn ; Diamond, out of . PriiK'qsv byijHfek&o...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY MARCH 16, 1825. The Loaf of tour Pounds, Fifteen Pence, [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

TMR TASMANIA W, 'i'A« LuaJ of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence, Weekly Return of the Pricei of Articles in Lsuncest- m :-— Wheat, 10$. pr-r bushel; barter, $«. per dnto ; potatoes, 7«. per cwt ; beef, &d. prr ib ; mutton, 5d. per ib ; pork, 9-f. per Ib; btitier, 3s» 6d. per ib ; cheese, Is. (id. per Ib ; eggs, Is. 64- per «2ozen ; hay, £5 per ton.

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POET'S CORNER. TARE THEE WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

POET'S CORNER.           FARE THEE WELL. "Ah ! cruel Heaven, that made no cure for love." Dryden's Virgil.         Fare thee well, sweet girl for ever — Farewell hopes which late were bright ; O thin tlmgt» oar1 to^^us gfevdr^ J^' i1, i'j Since all earthly buss is, fleeting, WciuM- tf^ htestv^as^adfijif «toae, Which, though brolcen,*Set tsT-eaubg, Heating; till for ttoee alone ! - , ? Whilst it throbs, a lover's anguisn'^'''' Deep within tjoacealM-must Jie ; ' , Lang as' life it there may languish. But ti If -f eatti can ! rtever tiieA ? ' V '.'. Oft my soul willseek io.Ikmtov^— . Rc«i from t or meiir, ease from psaip, But must see each rising morrow. Bring an aching heart again I, ' , : And rat each |»p-gr weak endeavour . , .-._,. TV repel corroding carer . , jS'.\ Y . Feel that dreadful thought for ever , . r Gu^wing Ji^e a vuJ^urg there, . .' . .'. ? JVJach too bu...

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 March 1825

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. FROM 'THE AUSTRALIAN,' OF FEB. 24. COURT MARTIAL. — Sentence of Death and Reprieve. — On. Monday week a Court Martial was held to try William Yems, a private in the 3d Regiment of Foot or Buffs, for having de- serted and joined a party of bushrangers. He was found guilty and condemned to be shot. Last Monday was the day appointed to carry into effect the sentence of the Court. At a very early hour crowds of persons assembled on the Race Course to witness all the preparations for the awful sight. At half past five the prisoner was put into a cart, in which was placed a coffin ; he was then drawn to the place of intended exe- cution about three miles on the South Head road, escorted by a company of the 3d regiment. On arriving at the above spot the soldiers were drawn up in a file, the sentence of the Court Mar- tial was read, and after the prisoner had been led through the ranks the tidings were communica- ted to him that his sentence, on account of his fo...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

LAUNCESTON RACES. On Sunday forenooo last, about eleven o'clock, the sky lowered much, and almost immediately atYerwards we experienced a very heavy fall of rain, which bsted during ihe remainder of the day. AlLhougn, from a long and almost uninter rup«ed djoagtit, this visiiation ttiusi have proved of iiifiniie service to the dry and parched plains/ and was consequently welcomed by the indus trious et'ttler who had his crop completely se f iiifrL vet nevertheless it was viewed by those whose imrwfc, foiwever iropioiisly, were bent on the amflseioems- of ihe ensuing day, with feelings rather of disappointment. However, the follow ing tnorniug, though cerumly Bone of the brightest we have seeu, agreeably surprised them ; $ndt ai atk early houi, Lhe roads, leading frpm Piiuerson's Plains, Norfolk Plains, and surround ing country, were, we understand, literally co vered wuh eqjsestnaiu and pedestrians— -cass and carts, of every description, crowded wiih beauty ; — married wive*, buxome...

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Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

1^ Extract tf a Letter from our Correspondentjit '~~ * Hohart Town, dated Mafdt 18- r. '-Trre-infornraiTon broo^bt by the 'ffaw«T«, from Syduey, js so fiiJly defaitetl in ibe Hob.t-t Town Gazette, that I there refer y-w f*T parti- ! culars. Private leiters dilate, with much $&*'&- faction, upon the seizure of the Airoorab, by ; Capiain Mitchell, of the Slaney man-of-war, 1 The speculation was certainly of a description « very opposite to the best interests of these Go. 1 Jonies. In the very idea of paying a guinea a - bushel for wheat to the Dutch, whi- it could be 1 bought for half the price here, speaks for itsel£ - Sir Thomas Brisbanje disclaims all knowledge ( of the affair, it is therefore entirely upon tire 1 bacto/ Mr- W£.m-ss, the Commissary ; who*« j 1 measuie of sending Ten Thousand Pounds, iu 1 Treasury Bills, to Batavia, to purchase dollars f nil h from the Duteh merchants, in order; to s keep up the present very high rate of exebfin^e ^ here, is viewed w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

ft ON SALE, '? ^AitlierStores of ^essrs- Pain and Ash, 4 ' -j^Nfc, English Prints, calico, jaoot*et, inull, ffv bi*»fc, and cambric muslins, bediictine, * black and olive velveteens, drab cord dim ity, h P'-j*aW superfine beaver hats, women and ^ cmidi-cns beaver Uts and bonnets, bombazine? K bombazeus, flannel, coloured stuffs, figured k lusire plaid, sarsnets, men aud women'* stocking ^ turn * brown drawers and pantaloons, cord cra ft vats nhne ditto, Braganza shawls, coloured j v.juties, 8I meting, white counterpanes, black { silk ana cotton handkerchief^ stlk shawls, ftflar ceila and Valeatia waistcoats, ladies' jean Stays of sizes, a variety of fancy trimmings, artificial «owers, ribbons, Marcella waistcoatine, silk i scarls, cotton iace, fustian jackets, worted wove *hi«s and icowsers, carpettin?. table linen, nan Keen trowsers, slops, consisting of striped cotton suing, irneo, check, and red ditto, duck frocks aad trovers, blue cloth jackets and trowsers, i «»itt» large pea j...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

THE TASMANIA IN. Wj.rtNt^tnv, march ga. rwiy The LoaJ of lour Pounds, tijieen fence. ? OXXXX) ? Weekly R«»tum of the Prices of Articles -ija L:iwiceston :— Wheat, 10s. per bushel ; barley, 6 per tiiiio; pot.uoes, 7- .? per cwt ; beef, 5d. |- rib; muiton, 5^. per Ib ; p-*r-, 9-l. perlb; butter, 3s. ^p^b5,-flrh«-e^W. ^-ff* ?*»»-? ern&, Is. (ki/pir wet»J| ha^ J5%-er$ou, S« l p II Ew*^-*&fnveu, tni ? *f¥iday -'morning' lust, Ht* jSfraje*iy'e colonial brig Prince Leopold, Mr .IWis* uw*&ief? fr^w -iobatt Tqw*i, having J pi^yiu^^yjjai^ediai ilaria ifjajad, Ahe^Cbm liiutiBttDt Mr. Mufdoch, with a detachment of tnrofra «ad*pr*«mewy*tore$) ^tc- Iwthe-iormaHon o* f a JSetaieineiji there. She was detained at George Tow* two-trays, to t»ke tro board the :fcagg3ge:of Hbe.Hnv.vMr. ¥ ou ir who now takes Hjj'fo permanent residence amongst us. Tue jLrapold takes- back to Hubart Voivn a cargo of liay i'oi Govetmnenu { ' Arrived, ow J^landayJast, His Majesty's colo nia^scboMfvef...

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POET'S CORNER. To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

P O ET'8 C O UN B R. 7b the Editor of the Tesmanian. If yu» think the following lines at all applU cuble to the late correspondence in the Hob«rt Town Gazette, between €'Qn and 'Common Sense,' and deserving of a place in your Paper, they are perfectly at your service to appropriate. They are ev- racial - witfi a trifflftgiaM^tfoj^ from a highly estiittatefi workb^ L*irtJ Byron, j; Thus far IVe4vWhli J undhiuwd career, Prepared for rancour, steefd 'gainst Tselfcsh fear : My,,sig» of impm ine'ers disdain Jd to own ^ Though noi obtrusive, yet not quite unknown My voice was heard again, though not so loud ; JVIv -page,* though n«n*eless- never disavowed. The (Ben in buckram shall have blows enough, And fed they too are ** penetrable stuff:' And though t hope flot hence unscathed to go, Who conquers me shall find a stubborn foe. The 1 line hath been when no harsh sound would tail Fn*ai lips that now may seem imbued with gal!; Nor fools, nor follies, tempi me to despise The meanest 'thing...

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THE CHEST IN THE CORNER. No. III. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

THE CHEST IN THE CORNER. No. 111. (Continued from our last)* „ *' Perhaps,' said I ;to myself, as we entered a fiefc[ 2*- 'he top pr the bill, ' ihis poor man who now excites the pity of even ihss oid sailor, was once the care of affectionate parents, the joy of adtniritig friends, and ,t£e delight of extensive acQfi.aintaaces ^ but how is ytbe scene changed! 'Vtfe may say with the poet, ** Where are your gibes now1 andtthose flashes of merriuieHt, that were wont to set the table in a roar?' Forsaken, fripndipss. dead ! no voice to calm the tumult of thy breast, when nature Was overwhelmed with disease ; no haiid to wipe away the death-damp when the body and soul were about to be.sepa rated. The idea was irresistibly affecttn-F, and, spite of my philosophy, the tears rushed to my eyes. We were now* on the top of the hill, that overlooked, on °ne s'^e- *he town, ihe priory, au| Eriiiiue Hall ; aud, on ihe other, ihe rivtr, the.ghjjrcj}, the beach, and the ocean, ihe Jailer resisted b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS.           Sale by Auction. SHERRIFF'S OFFICE, MARCH 17, 1825. In the Supreme Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me   directed, I will cause to be Sold, by Public Auction, at the Time and Place hereinafter men- tioned, All the Right and Title of the Defendant to the Property and Effects mentioned in the following Cause: -     Murray v. Heaney. At the Market Place, Launceston, on Monday next, the 28th Instant, at 12 o'Clock,   ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO EWE SHEEP AND LAMBS, Unless the Execution thereon be previously   superseded. DUDLEY FEREDAY, Sheriff. JUST Arrived, and ON SALE at the Brick Store adjoining the Commercial Tavern (and   nearly opposite the Commissariat, Cameron- street, a most Valuable Assortment of Merchan- dize, which will be Sold by J. SOLOMON, at very reduced Prices, for Cash, or Wheat at 10s. per ...

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IN THE SUPREME COURT. Civil Side. KING v. COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 March 1825

IN THE SUPREME COURT. Civil Side, King v. Cooper. FROM ' THE AUSTRALIAN,' OF FEB. 17. This was an action brought by the Attorney General at the suit of the King, and called an Information of Intrusion against Mr. Robert Cooper, for taking possession of a certain parcel of Crown land near Black Wattle Swamp, with- out legal authority. The Attorney and Solicitor General appeared on behalf of the Crown. The Attorney General stated the nature of the case   and the pleadings to the Jury. Dr. Wardell then addressed the Jury on the part of Mr. Cooper. After making some observations on the importance of the case, and the injustice of   the proceedings, as also the effect of these on most of the titles to land in the Colony, which did not happen to be under seal, the learned Counsel detailed at length the circumstances of the case. Mr. Cooper, it appeared from his statement, on seceding from, the partnership     with Mr. James Underwood, in...

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Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated March 25. ' Since my last, the Valetta has arrived here from China, bringing information of the wreck of the Amboyna ; iri consequence* of which, this cargo of tea, sugar, and China ** Hhote Chow,'* silks, &c. was despatched. I am sorry to say, that the price of tea will be bat little lowered by it ; and that article, having become almost a necessary of lite, it is a serious consi deration. Messrs. Kemp, Bethune, &c. &c. offered ,£4500 for Jbb chests, which was refused; and the tea is now landing at Messrs. Bethune and Grant's stores, where it will be retailed, as I understand, at j?13 per chest; — probably this price will be still reduced. A rumour has been circulated here, that this ship will not proceed to Sydney for. fear of an encounter with the Slaney, on the alledged ground of its being American property; and that the Gentleman here, to whom it t« consigned, being also an American (Mr. Pi...

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