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WEDNESDAY, 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

'Wap.NESDAY. mh. ^-^SWJCEPSTAKES of £3 each, with *40 added for Horses of all ages. ; st. lbs. Two-year-olds ? 7 7 Three do. . ..? ? ..,.'. 8 7 Four do. - '?-. ? ,9 5 , Five, do.j .............'.10 2 JSix T do*, and aged ? 10 10 Tno'rourfi-br^U-eytra ..... ^^ ? 10 . TWO-jmLE HeATffc

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

ADVERflSEMiSNTS. ? Public Pound, Eastern Division, . Norfolk Pbink- *«b. 7th, lfiSi^ I'M PGUDN &B^ylfrRi)tfiaT MiiMR of Nortoik Plains, Janttmy-84^— 1 Bay Mare, t)lav k legs, a quantity of small Jumps on the near shoulder, supposed to have been shot, and horse foai by her tide. Damage' IOh, poundage 2s per day, foodand water Is per day. ? ??? _«-; :. « ; -, ?1__ ? If not redeemed within the time allowed bylaw they' will be sold by me at the Pound on the first Wednesday is March next, according to the pro visions of the Impounding Act. TWHiiiAM -SfttTM ARSH, Poundkeeper. Public Pound, Eastern Division, Norfolk Plains, jan. 31trf, 1831. IMPOUNDS 0 by Mr JR. CookE, of Cookfteld, January Mtfi, TBS1 :— ] Brindle Poland Heifer, white belly, suppo sed R S near side of neck. Damage Is., poundage 6d. per day, food and water 3d. per day. If not redeemed within the time allowed by law it -will be sold by me at the Pound, on the third Wedite^day^^ebTOary^extyaccordingtothe provisions of...

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THE BEEJAPOOR GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

THB BEEJAPOOR GUN. This great cannon, is called M wUlk-i- Mydan, or « Sovereign of the PI a^n;'^ bttt trie natives of Bee japoor insist on calling it MooiluuM-dan, «r ' Lion of rth^ Plain.' Its wmtle Is four feet eight inches in diameter ; the calibre two feet —feet-four indies. It was cart at AhmednUftgur, AicibzJJ4jjfrdbjba4ja^^ ed, Hooseiu khan. Aurungzebe putantuscriptien upon it to^CDinmemorate the conquest of Beeja poor in 1685, which has led to HEbe mistake of supposing it to have been, cast at that ti«e. It is alike curious from Its dimensi»ns_abd its histo ry. The Bombay Government in 1823, was par ticularly desirous of sending it to the ki tig. of Inglann, and an engineer yas sept to' exam- - »o it for 4he purpose j tut thepreBenlstaU of. he roads render the difficulty of transporting - uch a-larginnassi^of mettri to the coast almost usuper«ble.— Duff's Mahrattat. .: . _ - AsHAM-t:o^r«^3OME Home.— Many of the run away English froni FfHiic'^ and the Netherlands ^ttf resorti...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. TUESDAY, MARCH 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

LAUNCESTON RACES. ? TgggD A Yi^M^1*e«-flth. _ Two^ySl^* Oi ^ each'-^ «40 added tor '- coits^7^r77.;....;.^..:.9^-™~ Fillies and Geldings.'.-; ? *g 4 ? ^TfaoroTigh-bTed, extra, , , » :-.- ' / 10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

AOVERTlSB^eNTS ©FTHB ©AY. inn if ii%HP a a w1 I)? v?tf\%Tii4* QmPQ * . %?\P1UjDL jl iJJt JttLJtLsUTU JtLt&JL & i, \ NORFOLK PLAINS. MR.. POWELL begs^to acquaint ther Residents of the District of iVor/o/Ar PUimy that he intends as AGENT in the above Court, and those who may favor him with their business. , may-rely upon the strictest attention being, paid, and the most scrupulous exactness. £3.-'t)s. (omnmsuui^on-all above that sum ten per cent. February nth, l«31: - CHARITABLE ^QCIETY. £IL: Society is respectfully solicited at the White fl©r*elrjn, on Thursday evening next, at JT o'clock. All; the Subscribers who feel interes ted, will* it Js expected^ cive Aheir attendance. - -^#4*^ ? BY Mr, JAMES HOCGHTOy, ? inhy CROWfTTOlS V JTiTCB YA ttOS,^Noffolk Plains, on Friday, Che 18th day of February, 1831 i-h^ ' ? - ? -J_- ' »^^^Hra^iii«girflsrE, complete j JLah3^ quaatity vl OLD IRON TERMS,:— Bills at Three Months, payable at the Cornwall Bank, with two approved names, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

For the Isle of France. _ ,*jjL THE good Brig « HIND,' R TtfSw- Scott, CommHuder, Fur Freight or Passage apply to T. WILLIAMS. launcestofi, 12-h February, 1831. Public Pound, Norfolk Pia|ns,_ IMPOUN£EDx-n the 30th January last by MrT^WrLLTiM BltUMBYj^-. — t~ 1 Poland Magpie Cow, and 1 yellow Heifer Calf, no apparent brand marks. ~ 1-aiaa'ges~t8rpeT-1»«adfiiotiiidage-6dr|-«r-bead per day, food and water 3d, per head per day. If the above Cattle are not claimed and redeem ed within the time allowed by law, they will be sold jryinein: nthe ^ 6a1d^oiind,^9n^VSr:Teclnesday , the 16th instant, according to-the Provisions of the lmpeuiiding Act. ? j\MES HOUTLE,-BoHufceeper,: MPGUNDTT) at the Public ^ourid, Perik by Richard Rufe*, x-f Nor folk fiaiW*—-- ? : — — - ; ' 1 Brown Bullock, white back and belly, brand ed uear thigh I8TR. ? ~ 1 Straw berry Bullork, branded n ear hi| .^A~ damages five shilliugs per head. o — -o - By Thomas Chapman :— 1 ^BtacknfFif*irr^h1tinietly, staf^irtdrehead, pi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received the Communication XXX on (he subject of Republicanism, and will attend . to it in our next. ' r. A'$o0gee Settler^' to use his own expression, had ** better put his head in a bag,' than at tempt to wrtte^ His letter we cap neither de cypher nor understand. ~

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

MICELLA VEOUSv - — ^Frederick Alls*)*, was indicted at Sydney, f ar JfNWgf, t h ree bullocks, tW property of Wil m am B^Plock, at Curryjong, oit the ^5th Qcto ber. ^ '['__;_ ? _. ? Mr. Rowe conducted the prosecution and Ms. Therry the defence. There b^ittg no such description of cattle in the Statute, as a bullock, the prisoner was acquit ted. _?'_''' ~- The prjsoj)erjw^s^~again indicted for stealing three oxen, but there being -no evidence to sup porrtheHnfoTinatimi, it feti~tbzth e—ground— alsfrr The ?prisonfer was again indicted for stealing thrveoxeS, the property of William Bullock, ?tJKilberforee, on the 25th October.— ^ot Gw7(y. Discharged by Proclamation. Jorge ©r love. — A cow-keeper, named Caw fiton, residing in Newington, applied For advice under the following circumstances:- He stated that Jie was-ypry much an noy ed by a female- jirho liaunted him day and ni#htr~1i«~tOTiid~goTMr where that she was not after him. Mr. D\yis (the Magistrate): 1 suppose, then, the p«HM girl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

To the Public. to rnnq^qnpnr^ ftf rnrnplainrs having jeen made .of the serious delay which has occurred in the publication of this journal, occasioned by ad — vertUetaents being sent late on tho Monday, wi» beg leave to intimate to our Advertising Friends that unless Advertisements are septin by or be fore 8 o'clock on Monday Morning it will not be possible to insert them until the following week. ~ faunttston Mvcrtiter Office ) _ Jtek. J4tA, 1831, Erhata in our Last.— 1st page, 3rd column* 42nd line, for ' which are created/* read *' which are created by the effects of the social compact; there being no such thUg as natural rigtrts.' —?--? 1« - he 9nd advertisement, 1st column, last page, ''t&r^TMOrtAB^ouBJt',' read 'Thomas Cow kll''

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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Fo«««^^-We^iave-been favored with EnglisbJ \ Paper* of some days later date than we before ] { badr By them -%-e find wk|i j*ea| satisfaca \-m* J ' Jhat4h--^eceot'Reyi)lilt]ons4n ^-Europe are-nDTSffdrp as to 4h reaieu Jhe Xoot4nent with^»«re% . Tt»el~ Netherlands appejUL&Lte^lQfl^n^utiji^ Prince FiiEDtRic had issued a Proclamationjo^j an ^ttentidii to the wishes of the Citizensr-ie- I quiring order to be restored-r-Jtnnouiiciug ihatihe I National Legions would j^^uteiJhe^^^tW^ 1 concurrence of the best Citiiensi-proraislDg ihat J JBO- ^vengeance should be taken for past Tevenb-*^ and concluding as follows : ? —? -.? ? A - —t*~A generous oblivion will cover the faults and ir- 1 regular proceedings which circumstances have pro* 1 ~3uced. ? ? — — J '^The principal authors of acts too criminal to hop^ I for escape from the severity ofjhe laws — foreigners j who,' abusing hospitality, have organized disorder anwnjgj^u^^wilJJbe-alo»e-«nd ^justly^uhish...

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INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. (concluded from No. 105.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

INDIA AND AUSf RALASTA, (concluded from No. 105.J THE/orm of Government in these Colonies it would appear, is not likely to be altered. It is only tlie ^er^on* administering it that woutd-fe7cb«^g^* -7^Ei$aod isan Aristoc racy— Tndii wfceo free will be, therefore the fhangpa Will pot he grpaf as UragarAe nnr Constitution. Btift fee line 6t F6lu?y t6 be piirsaed we should anticipate will be widely different. The-entire Freedom of - he Press, the destruction of certain existing lines of demarcation in society, the amalgamation of tbe People, Representative Legislation, Trial by Jury, and every other institution leading ^oincm^~tlirl3be^ way «taiqsi venture to look upon ifts^certaiiar A simple sillogisiii Will afford gutficient sup port to our position without lengthened argu ?? meet.' ;. ? .? , ,/T. -~ . ?,. -?,^1-;---. Major—These Colonies are too valuable foi* the Indiana, after once possessing; to run any ritk of tosing them. ' ''1 tnuptin the course of ritne necessarily 'ensure it...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

4US.Ti)llT.!ANf- POLITICS The flame of Eeyoiutiop israpidly spreading many, Spain Ikid Italy nave either followed the _zyyat-examplp of France, or are-HiTactive ~prepaf»- _ ation Co do so. State after state, nation after nation, if proving, by their opposition to despet* ism, that m*n kind will ,4e /w— that slater/, es pecial^ that of the mind, is jiot to be endured by tulightened men ; and that #ie time it now at baud when tyrants shall tremble for their throoes, and despots feel that their power is unjust and consequently .untenable. Ferdinand the mantua makery that sanguinary and cruel monster is deposed. The Spaniards have by a Manifesto — declared the -Beople-of all classes released from obedience and allegiance to him who was a disgrace to the Kingly Office. What a lesson does the present times afford to Rulers, not to tamper with the rights and liberties of ttarpeopJe ; and where is there a right more natural than the right of thought^ or a liberty more the 'Common right of a...

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LATEST SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

'LAT.ES1S\DNK\ MARK^.V. ? ; ai2 ™ ..Cr:ew)«s- 6cU per bushel. Old, 5s. ^er ditto, Mawp 3s. 6d. per do. Oats 2s, 3d. Ba?J-r ' '?-^-per-bus'jeL Hay £i. rs. per 'road. ^t:a^ a ?,«; pftr !oari- .Fresh ^utte? ^-PBr 1b, salt Op. li)d. peMo.- Cheese (Coio. ial) fa. to Is. Ver lb. *4?g.s ;_ls .to *6. 6d. per doz. F-jw!s 2s. 3d, per couple Bucks 3s. 6d. Geese 9s. X)d. Turkic 12s. M^ilMstio^^^.^. ^5^:.. Potato?B 2s. 5d. ? to.3s. 6d. ^)er-cwt7- Cahimprs 15d:^peF^z.~^uT ^m, -ejr buucib- Carrot* 2| -^r do. Onions li. per lb. Peaches^sd. i^r doz. Nectarines 3d; per BJ«f» P^«%*4»PtIh.2d. Ditto, per-q«3*^v ~— per 3th -Id. Mutton, pfer foint per ib id*. Do* j per carcass v4w 4 tu gd. Veal, ner joint ^r .b. n3d' Bo.^per carcass per Tb. 2|d. Pork, ji^r - t™?-^riofll.t» 5d Biw'«.-V«r.jia«ttss, per lb. 4id, j Colonial salt pork, in market, per lb. 3d. Ba j-hacon, 7drnt-o.T-^J,^4-jrH)o.iiauTr, Is. Teas, | Is. 4d. to 5s. Ground Coffee^ 4s.-6d ? M«isi^^ JLiiga^_per J^jjg^KKJlbs^^l. 4o 3^^-iiOaf ? sditro, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

? T0 ta&VVBLlC. ? — - flplHE ^tTnders igned i»egs teave to inform Sines* as CARPENTER and UNDERTAKER, on ^b&freinjserlaiely ?ccupied i by, Mr. French, in York-street, and hopps bjr a steady attention t.- Imsmes. to secure the public patronage. THOMAS COURT; -?;,.'-..?,'.. jGAUjton. : j--r : #J*HE Public are hereby f a tio ed not V ?'?-?-? receive in pnyiiienl pr. otherwise, a iJMff for £\7 Psri&^mwn *n _*\«« iftst^H „ . . iny favour, / by* H. :- jEI £31 Xfc Mm£* ^oh A j C; -k lBpODIEt the same being lost or stolen. , N. B.t~As payment U stopped at the Commis ? gariat and the Bank, a Reward of 2 Pound will be paid by me to any person bringing me the uM __ Draft. __ . . .' ? ' :??'?' t Man of Ross, ? DANIEL- O! ONNOR. Ross Bridge, jan. 24th, 1831 * ^^ wltb a white stripe do w n her forehead* a Mnall white spot on tbe Deck, bears a strong regf uibitnce to a ft»*. IVliosoever brings the above Bitch; safe to Wm. -Elliot Camer«u-*tre- tvw31i recfeite this Reward. ....

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. We have received per Elizabeth our files of the Monitor and Australian to the 26th ult. The conductors of the Press in the Elder Colony seem determined that neither persecution nor oppres- sion shall crush its Independence. The writings in both these papers are even more strong than ever they were, notwithstanding all that has been done to put down that able Editor E. S. HALL, Esq. He is certainly one of the most per- severing patriots, we ever knew; his mind is not easily to be conquered.     Mr. HALL of the Monitor in a letter to the Lords of the Treasury, dated 24th January, 1831 and published in his paper of the 26th same month, impeaches several Civil and Military offi-   cers in the Elder Colony (not by name) of im- properly employing the Government vessels in conveying their stores for the purposes of Traffic, and also of appropriating the King's Stores to their own use. He also charges a Dr. RUTHERFORD, who arrived ...

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Saturday's Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

Saturday's Gazette. Tickets of Leave.— Thomas Jones, 198, Arab, John Buffington, alias John Babington, alias John Ramsey, 569, do. John Rowell, 301, do.   Charley Minton, $8%, r-d^EShnan-^^sa^SS^. — Am^»1ija1i ^l»!kps, 303^ Caledonia,^) Michl. ~ Q^Ceonor, 593, do, George Dando, 403, Chap — man. John Jones, alias Inliift, 79, Droaiedi»ry, William Saxtoo, \VZ* do, Daw^l Cummings, 338, julianna, Joseph Baker, 478, Lord Hun «?T%di_John Knight, J33, Malabar, iobn AliisftH, 1 55, VoriefjiTJ^ John ? Mfce, 232. Prince of Orange, George Davis, 357, Princess Charlotte, John Smith, 1 3, Somersetshire, Geo. — S«ii4h^4J5, Surrey, John Wilson, 640* ^ir Charles Forbes, Peter Duff, 394, Wooodman, Wai. Thomas, alias Barnes, alia^ Jt-hn Kmery, 358, VV«od ford, John Morgan, 574, do. — ^Application to4)e made as usual. Tickets of Leave Cancelled.— jofin Campbell, 579, Morley, for drunkenness, Joseph Bryan, 367; Medway. for improper conduct. CERTicATES.^^^n^u]r~^linte^8D7r'flenrv, Mary Clar...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

SMfP -JMr.--v«wg: On the 13th,— The brig Elizabeth, O. Swanrmas 'jfer, from Sydney.- -_ ? j ' r Same day,— The brig Hind, from the Mauritius, Ida Sydney. ^~ v ?'????? ?? ,., SAILED. -'?^?~~ ~ ^ '?? OnthelOth,— The ship Persian, R. Plunket, mas tee, for London, with 590 bags of wool, 216 ferns of Mimosa Bark, 2 casks of ox hides 5 and 1 bundle of opposum «kins. Passengers,— Mrs. Plunkett, Mr. ylilis, Thomas Wals^ Elizabeth Walsh, Francis Rose ; and James Anderson, ., . . On the 13th,— The schooner Resolution, J. H. Lancey, master, for Hobart Town, with 689 bushels of wheat, 106 do. of oats, shipped by J. Cameron, to order, 2 chain cables, by Samuel Smith to W. Wilson, 53 bullock hides, 60 baskets of tobacco from J. 7 J. Solomon, to J. 7 J. Solomon, 10 bales of wool, from J. Cameron to order.     ' iDto the!4th,— The ferife ^uide, -^— r-rAshmoTe, Jnftster, for Sydney, winV 868 bags of sugar' Incase Tfbinudanas; f eases ot nankeens, I taxtr^mto lieehs and silk...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

LAUNCESTON AtirERTISMR. 'It4#tn endeavouring; to instruct- mankind, that we are best able t£nnoti8e that general virtue, which comprehends theUveof ail^^HowTESQcriKi;, ~ MONDAYvFEgRUARY t4«i, 1881, ? — '''' — ? The great value of onr-3oi©niaJ^FtsheTi«sr is in pur opinion the main thing which gives importance to V»n nipmpn's Land. It is true as a Corn Country, this Island is tttte ijimlleA^-as a ^raziog: Country it: JsnpiPjrtifie_ and healthy, but the Wealth of Tasmania is in the Sea. It is our Oil that will pay for our imparted necessaries ; and keep toe- Money within the Colony. A t present our Exports JOtbJhe _ejce^pjiojDj»f^Oi£Ari J^ool, are of as an article of export takes a great deal of room, in proportion to its worth. It is moreover an article of which we may eventu ally run short. But the Fisheries re an inexhaustible source ^)f wealth, ^wherelwe shall always find an abundant supply to meet any demand which 'there may be for JheLrjrodoce. Fully impressed with these ideas, w...

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THURSDAY 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

. THUESPAY^Oth. A, PUESB sf 50 Guineas, given by the Van Pie men's Land Establishment, for Two-year-olds, the Produce of its Howes. st lbs. Cblti ..;..., .-..?... .. ? $ 7 Filltes and Geldings. ? 3 4 Thorough-bred, extra. ....... 10 . ? ; ? ... .__: ? --— rJtti!J.'f1~H:F-ATSv Sweepstakes of IE3 eaph, with £2ft added for Worses, &c, of all ages. Weights the same as on WMnesday. * TWO-MILE HEATS. ? No Thorough-bred will beallo wed to start for this Race^and the Winner of the A 11-age Sfafceon Wed »esdja%jto_be_jauB]ud«d, — — - ? r— — — ? 7^* »*'~AinPiersons must enter their Horses with tfc&ClerlFot the Course, for any of, the above Stakes \ j-&pre 8 o'cjock iu the Evening previous to the day of Race, and at the same time deposit a certificate of Hie Age and Pedigree. ? - - - A. PATERSON, See. - jLauhceston, January 14th, 1831.

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WEDNESDAY, 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

WEDNESDAY, 9tfc.~ SWEEf»£TAiras^r$Seacu, wHli^Mo added for Horses of all ages. st lbs. Two-year-olds ...r.^.....,. 7 7 — ' Three do. ? $7 ''? '~* ...Four. _do. «.'...? ? 9 5 Five do. ? ..10 * gix do., and aged .....t..I0 10 % Thorough-bred extra ? 7 l§ TWO-MILE HEATS.

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