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Death OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

I . ¡ or HIS IWHAh HIGHNESS TUE DUKE OF YORK. In some mcasuie our Readers will have [been pi cpai ed Ipi the melancholy event, which 'it is our painful duty to record. By theship Lucy Anne, the sau tidings of this national ¡calamity reached the Colony. The London ¡Gazette Extraordinary of Friday, January 5lh, ¡announces the death of His Royal Highness n the following .tcims : " WHITEHALL, JANUARY5, 1827. " This evening:, at twenty minutes past nine [o'clock, departed this life, after a painful and ¡proti acted illness, #is Royal Highness FRE- DERICK DUKE *>f YORK and ALBAN*, His MAJESTY'S next Bl other, to the great grief of His Majesty and all the Royal Family." '_ Throughout the preceding day, His Royal Highness continued to grow worse and worse, until one o'clock« on Friday afternoon ; when his Physicians pronounced he could not pos 'sibly survive the day- The Duke of WELLING- TON, Bail BATHURST, Mr. Secretary PEEL, called frequently during the da} ; and Prince IESTERHAZY, the...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Colonial Distillation. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

1 <toUmtal ilSîotiUûtion. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. I ¡S i ít,'s^-I beg to endose an ai tide on di st ¡l-l ¡laliou, from the Scotsman, the Editor of which! ¡is well known to be Mr. M'Culloch. A writer] in a contemporary Paper, brought foi ward al ¡few-weeks ago, some arguments to prove that« ¡the importation of ruin would lie more benefi-¡ icial to the Colony, than distillation from our] |o\v,n barley. I have, therefore» thought it a duty to semi lyou the article, by which your Readers will} »observe that Mr. M'Culloch strongly supportsj ¡distillation from grain. Whoever lias read the! ¡Scotsman, at the period when the duty on Bri-" ¡tish spirits was i educed, must be aware that! ¡Mr. M'Culloch most strenuously suppai ted thel ¡interests of the British distiller, in opposition! ¡to Uio West India Planter, well knowing the] ¡tonner greatly encouraged British industry. Thattliu importation of rum would be. morel [beneficial to this Colony* than absorbing ouil ?gr...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

ft«ttm to tor î2oitm*. Ski,--In one of ypurcontempdráriesoflast week,'I ^erceited my old friend ZjVfter'a long1 silenct-, again makes,-his appearance, stilFper«»tstirtg in the very strittige and to me inexplicable argument ot_his, that exporta- tion,Of monoy is the same" as exhortation of «heat or other pioduce in its effects on the wealth of the Colony; That "a free trade is more beneficial thalia forced one, noone can^denyj and wheie the articles pioduced in one country, are such as are in general re- quest in another, that importation-and ex-» portation will regulate each other, I was thoroughly convinced before Z mentioned the subject ; but I would ask that writer whether he considers that works on the political eco- nomy of old and established countries can be jus'tly applied to a new Colony, where the only article produced in'any abundance is wheat ? I think he Cannot say that they will, however he may desire to suppoil his argu- ment. I would therefore further observe, that Z...

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Nautiral Information. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

! . Kautúal Information N\üTicAi INÍORMATIOIÍ.-*We have been! favoured with the following by Captain Row,! nf ihe ship John Bull;-"On my pacage* from New South Willes to China, on thelOthl of Stptember, 1825* 1 saw, at the distance dil 40-mile», a group of Ibl.inds, consisting of one! large and «leven low ones, situate in laV. G"T ¡47» N. long* .158p< .L'-B. As t do not remem-¿ [berj.eveTí having, heard of these Islands be-J ?forest named; then*" John .Bull's Islands,"! ^considering them to be a new discovery! among those Archipelago of Islands so little] explored-Carolines, North Pacific. Between the Jarge and small Island, there is a passage, ¡which is probably safe ; but I did not ex- plore- it, being chased by five boats, which convinced me that the Islands.were inhabited. I did not hazard a communication with the na- tive«, not being well armed. Therefore, I know no more of them than what 1 have be- fore stated, except it %is> that they appeared very fertjle. The ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

THE distressing circumstances, under which the family of the late Captain LAUGHTON, have been deprived of a Husband and a Father, are respectfuIly submitted to the Public. Captain Laughton purchased the Wreck of the Hope on Wednesday last. - On the evening of the same day, he proceeded down the River to save all that was practicable of the Property. On the morning of yesterday, while examining the state of the wreck in a boat with Captain Cunningham, the boat was struck by a sea, and filled with water. Cap- ain Laughton and Captain Cunningham jump- ed out of the boat, but by the violence of the surf, Captain Laughton was prevented from reaching the land, and ultimately drowned. When it is remembered that the deceased   had nearly lost the whole of his property by the wreck of the Apollo, and that while suf- fering under their former misfortune, the fa- mily have been visited with this afflictive dispensation of Providence, it is confidently anticipated that this plain s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

Colonia! Secreta^'ir Offitíe, May 11, 1827, BY the Government 'Notice *ot t]ie 30th September, 1826, the sura of â0>. isfix f>d as the pi'ictí of a suit of Slop Clothrng, which is thereby directed to be delivered toa Prisoner opon his assignment to a Settler. As it äppeais, however, that the cap or ha_t which was to1 he included in the suit, has not beeh geneially issued, theOidnance Store. Ikeepei will riMtilrn the sum of 5s.!6d. to those Persous who have paid for the «uit of Slops at the above rate ', and, in futuie, tlie sum of OneJ Guinea will he chaiged for a suit, consisting of the follow ing articles ?--Jack* et, pair pf shoes, trowsers, and shirt.v By' HÏs Excellency's Cortiviähtf, i tíTommt0oauat ^upplte*« Coytmnsarict Oßct, Jtfay'l6, 1827.1 IrptNDEtyö required, to supply His Majes-j X *fy'¡K3toies?íit hobart Town, with Fiesh] Meat dm ing the, Quarfei commencing the 15th ot June next î - The stations of >ew Norfolk, Glenarchy, Í Bagdad, Brighton, Clyde? Shannon, Bi...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

Colonial Times. |     HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1827:'' I By the ship Lucy Anne, we have intelligence lof the anticipated war between Spain, Portu Igal, and England. The above vessel spoke Ion her voyage the Honourable East India ¡Company's ship Buckinghamshire, which left ¡Portsmouth the 7th of February, bound for (Madras. Captain Dacre learnt that quietude ¡was restored on the Continent ; and that no ?war had taken place. The British troops ¡were being withdrawn from Spain. From lour papéis, we perceive that great fears were ¡entertained at Madrid, lest the French should ?withdraw their troops, as insurrections would ¡immediately take place in various Provinces lofSpain-intrigues having already commenced ¡for tnat purpose ; and that the two Swiss lle Igiments were still -at Madrid; but every ¡th'ing preparing for their departure, only ?waiting orders to commence their march. Il'he Bi itish ships, with the troops, were en ¡teriiig the Tagus the very mom...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 May 1827

KfeU)*. &WV Arrived on Tuesday, the ship 'John Bull', Captain Rowe, from China direct, on the 9th March, with a cargo consisting chiefly of teas, she having on board 1350 chests of hy- son-skin, 1000 half chests ditto, 400 ten cat- ty boxes of ditto, 50 chests of hyson, 2001 half chests ditto, and 250 ten catty boxes of ditto, a quantity of nankeens, &e. The ves- sel and the major part of the cargo belong to Messrs. Jones and Walker, of Sydney ; and Messrs. Kemp and Co. are the Agents, who have considerable part of the tea consigned to them.     Arrived on Wednesday, the ship Lucy Anne, Captain Dacre, from London the 19th of Ja- nuary, and Cork the 1st of February. On her passage, she touched at St. Jago, where she left the ship Hervey, Captain Peache, bound for this port. She brings only three or four passengers, viz. Air. Cade, Mr. Coxen and family, Mr. Hawthorn, and Miss Haw- thorn. Her cargo is chiefly consigned to the elder Colony, as s...

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To Subertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

?a &ïU&mtèerg. For some time we have been aware that the Inhabitants of Launceston and its Vicinity have laboured under much inconvenience in /if/* vertising in our Journal, (the extensive circula' *'í;'on of which i?i the interior, far exceeding that of either of the other Papers, renders it a most i desirable vehicle for country advertisements), in .consequence of the distance of our of/ice. We .Jiave therefore made arrangements milk the Pro t priclor of the Cornwall Hotel, Launceston, for advertisements lo be received by him on behalf \ofthe Colonial Time* in ful ure. Our adver- tising friends will therefore be'pleased to send their orders lo Mr. Fawkner, as above, and others will have the goodness to pay him for tyose advertisements which they wish im-erted in \e Colonial Times. We have also to notice that some persons have bpen disappointed by advertisements not appearing in our Paper, in consequence of the copy having been sent to the ot fur Papers, wit h a ver...

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To Thomas archer [?]. E[?].L.C [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

To Thomas Archer, Esq, M. L. C. SIR,-I took the liberty to call your atten- tion to the Police of Launceston, as the lives of the inhabitants are in some measure in their care. Next to our lives our health should be considered ; and I really conceive that the want of good water is, in this respect, the greatest evil this town labours under. The late rains haye certainly made the water drinkable, or else half the people would have died. I believe it is known to you, that good wholesome water can be brought into this town for less than £3000, and that one or more good water mills might be work- ed by a part of the water so supplied, which mill or mills would more than pay the inter- est of the £3000. Besides there are about 100 householders who, upon an average, would pay (for good water supplied plenti- fully to them) at least £3 per annum, and Government would save in boats, bullocks, casks, tanks, and men, at least ,£312 per an. Perhaps it is in your recollection, that some persons...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

Co £ufi0ítií»erj3* r We beg to remind these of our friends, ioho have not discharged their last year^sihills, ? -thal the times are hard, and money very scftrce with us ; and, should feel obliged by tis early remittances as convenient. We cannot afford io allow <bitls 4o run fong? and we have been induced to bring our -prices to their present standard with a wish to keep no books:-We 'have no olgection to talte Colonial produce in . <part payment.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

To Correspondents. It is our wish to forward a private letter to the fair " Cynthia Dimplecheek." If she will inform us how it can be done, we shall esteem it a favour.

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

ll¿ luttera to m iBöitor. SIR,-In glancing over one of the columns of your Paper, I find a letter signed " Candi« dus," wherein, he states the following pas- sage :-" If the prices of clothing and mer- chandize were a little cheaper, to correspond with the Settlers' means to purchase them, it would be a great advantage lo the far- mers " 1 certainly agree on this head with " Candidas," but perhaps he is not aware of the cause why clothing and other merchan- dize are so high iii this Colony. lu my hum- ble opinion, the case is simply this. Ships arriving at Sydney with merchandize from England, pay of course an ad-valore m duty of 5 per cent, (excepting spiiits), and when purchased at Sydney and brought here the Merchants are obliged to pay 5 per cent, ad 'valorem duty, notwithstanding the duty has already been paid on them ; and I am in- formed, that should it so happen that pro- perty- so brought from Sydney on which the duty has been paid there, and landed at Ho bart Town, of cour...

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Colonial Trade. (From the Scotchman.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

ia m» tfoíomal Craöe. th ... .(From "the Scotchman.) The Order in Council published in the London Gazette is one of the most important public documents whiob has made its appear- ance for a long period. It is decided in its manner, and in one of the most important points, we may say the most important point, connected with Ti ade and Navigation-it ie~ tuins to the principles of the OLD SCHOOL. The Order is confined tollte Ti ade between the Upited States and our Colonial Possessions, but it is evident that asimilar measure must in equity be meted out to. all other nations who refuse, as the United States lefused, to accede to our system of reciprocity and liberality. There are, in the Hist place, France, Spain, Russia, and all the New Republics in the Nor. tliern quarter of South America, and iii the Southern portion of North America. At pre- sent the United States have no reason to com- plain of this Act, but unless these nations are similarly dealt with, they certainly will have r...

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Quarter Sessions. MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

QUARTER SESSIONS MAY 29. Henry Headley, holding a ticket of leave, was this day tried for stealing a waistcoat, value sixpence.-Acquitted. James Keane, a free man, was also tried for being a drunken and disorderly character.- Admonished and discharged.

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[?]ultum in parbo [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

Multum in Parbo The King has gone to reside at the Pavi- lion at Brighton, for the benefit of his health. -Sir Neil Campbell and Staff, the new Go vernor-in-Chief for Sierra Leone, arrived there in the Lively, hi August,-Mr. Lushington, a Secretary of the Treasury, is appointed Go- vernor of Madras.-rMr. Justice Graham is about to retire, and is to be succeeded by Mr. Sent. Vaughan,-Mr. E. Ryan is appointed Judge to the Supreme Coutt at Calcutta, on. whom (he honor of knighthood was conferred by His Majesty on the occasion.-Mr. Gifford, Editor of the Quarterly Review, died in Jan. aged 73.-The rapidity with which the suc- cour from England arrived in Portuga^ per- fectly astonished them. The steam vessels ar. rive& at Lisbon'in four days-Ferdinand hav- ing fiost his late cause, between himself and Portugal,it is understood, will be compelled to pay the costs on both sides.--The djstur i banpes in South America continue unabated, and Bolivar keeps moving about from place to p...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

Ship News Sailed on Saturday last the ship Cumber- land, Captain Carns, for England direct, with a full cargo of Colonial produce, viz.-320 bales of wool, 29 of which, are from T. At- kinson, 20 J. Johnson, 24 J. Gardiner, 20 P. Facey, G W. A. Bethune, 13 R. W. Fry-   ett, 3 C. R. Nairne, 10 E. D. Wedge, 7 J. Roberts, G. A, Reid, 29 P. Wood, 6 T. F. Marzetti, 91 H. Hopkins, 23 W. Kermode, 31 G. Rand, besides the original cargo ship- ped at Sydney.-Passengers, Mr. W. Emmett and two children, Mr. H. Walker, surgeon,   R. N., Mr. Commissary Clements, Mr. W. 0. Vallance, Peter Robinson, and - Mead.   Sailed on the the 24th from Launceston,   the cutter Governor Arthur, Captain Hassel,   for Sydney, with a full cargo of wheat. Sailed this day for Sydney, the cutter   Speedwell, Mr. Caulet, master, (belonging to Captain James, who remains here) with about 15 tons of potatoes, and a quantity of seal and kangaroo ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

Old Established Brewery,   ARGYLE-STREET. MR. G. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor of the above Brewery, begs leave to return his   Thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the very liberal Support he has already received, and to inform them, that he has always on hand a constant Supply of superior Colonial Beer, at 4 Guineas per Cask, or in smaller Quantities of 9 Gallons each, at 1s. 8d. per Gallon.- Also, a constant Supply of Cape and. English Barley, Indian Coin, Oats, and Pro- vender, of various descriptions, for Horses or Cattle, in any quantities to suit Purchasers. Brewery Grains as usual, and Hay, at   5s. per Truss, of the best quality that can be purchased, TO be Sold by Private Contract, a very de -?. sirable FARM, containing 500 Acres, with a small House thereon, situate on the Banks of Brown's River, about 8 Miles from Hobart'Town, and has the advantage of Water Carriage. It is also well watered by a small Creek at the back, and possesses ...

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Supreme Court. MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

Supreme <$mtrt, , **, í tv: m_ JVIAY.29.'^ /. wtutam tresswell, a Crown' prisoner; yras this day tried upon a charge of stealing in His Majesty's Magazine, two coats, &c. the propei ty of Peter Meggett.-Guilty. "'. Patrick M'tiarrett, David Hodgetts, Tho- masM'Gee, and Francis Athihson,,prisoners otthe Crown, charged with'assaulting and beating «Benjamin Bunn, andv forcibly taking from his person one Spanish dollar, four silver shillings, &c.--Mquitted. * MAY 31. ' Elizabeth Clarke, an assigned servant, char- ged with stealing from George Lowe, one gown, value 15s.-Guilty. Charles Callaghan, a free man, charged with stealing from Mary Murphy,'the wife of Joseph Morris, 1 finger ring, value 7s.~Guilty. Samuel Jones, a private of the 40th Regt., charged With having, on the 20th of May, feloniously stabbed Geo. Beaumont.-Guilty.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827

o UlENDERS will' bereceivé.d at this Office,' [I on or before the,6th of. June;, ferr the teiectioii of a Three^tairstab^e, ' fit ,tbe Go. terntnent Mill. CpntMCturtp supply fjllMa Itetíaís except Iincks^Alsq.'.f^'r:thePurchase M the Materials of theOldMill, exciusiycTof llfie Mill'Stones.' "I ,, ,R/.TURTON, Engineer Commissariat Oßce,: Muy- ,23, ~í 827. N Tuesday, thel2th; June,.at 1.1 P'CIpck i v'' in the Forenoon j -Mr, CO^LICÜTT, , will Sell by Auction, at the .Commissariat Stores here, about 2G.4QIbs^ofSaltSuet* 5542.lbs. ¿f Raisius*4p J hs- ?&'? Bleuit Dust, ; and a Minber oi-&i$$£ijj$& JDa«$ and empty., liot-; 'tles.T-to $$fi' Coin, or Spänisl., _.,,,. . .... .-.. ,... -$¿mit of Ililli -ptëitaMï«* %MÍ¡fí ;! r J^HE Pro firle tore' of: Batik' .Stock w rib; haye, .X ItakènShare^uridèrthènéty:!K^u.!£tipn''s,' are requested' to pay' up; the''Seventh lnstal-; inent düe oü their rêspëctîve *Shrtrp'§V - ? ' ','*'" *' By Order of 'the^ PresídenVindDirectórsV; ....

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