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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

r :, ?'?;- NQBimhk PL41 '&&?[ ?- ? '—i i?W Hesidents of the District of Norfolk PIMm*i fe«* in tends t» a« t a - Agent in^ttie ftbovl Court, and those who may tavor iiim »i«li tMr bosliiess, may rely upon the strictest attention bHiig paid^ and the most scrupulous ^a^tness. -^3,---Bh cominittftiou y on all above that rtu*Y«t tenperc«nu ? ; ~ ' \ ? ' ?.-vU;--1-- ?; ? I . .' . . ~ . / .... ? , ? ^~~~- ? ;. Court of Requests for' JLdUuh.jtttioti — ~ _ ~^~~ Dtsfric?7 '1 ;r ? IVOTICE is hereVrj|iyeatlwt -the iext -L^ Mbiiihly Sktirtgs of tte^urt, Hwttl take J)lace oiv Tuesday, the 1 5th IJarch. ne?ct, ,at ? ^ the^Piii^i£j^-A^flil^=^fai«ts^«^c«^ must be tileiJ. on of before Thurjs'da^ltlieV, $*$~ day of Mflreb^and^ail - Plaints in cause* w4rere Defendants reside in; Launce^ton \ liilftt i)i^en l**.red_pn or be^.r«^«aday^j4ifit^lj^=ihe=same~ - - month. : --?-?? -' '—i ? - ' ? By order of the Commissioner, ? ROBERT WALES, Registrar. Launceston, 11th February, 183V. ^ TO THE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

ADVBRtlSEM£KTS.;6iJ 'THIS DAY. I -ss£*ggBgj3a^JaaB»gMM!^B^^B^g|^Ma^sM^nB^BV. ? ^BY Mr. JAMfiS «-WGHTON ^ 1st March, 18^1, on the Tarm situate at Mil 1 wooil^s Plains, opposite Mr. Donald Sutherland's 'Unless this «*x---*tiiioB be previously satisfied t— — — ^^-^^*4fai)ck ; also 30 acres ^ a-taa-JU *loir WHEAT, wore or less. ~ . . ?*% j The Sale (o coromenoe between the Hours of Twelve atrd Two. j TEKMS.— Prompt Payment in Cash. I S^Tlie above Jtarm is occupied by Timothy Bxjc&ely and J. M« Cauthy. . ? BY «Tr^l€»iRiJ WflVTE, At the Lauuceston Auction Rooms, and Cornwall ' . Commission Stores, on Saturday, the 5th of MarcVffil :~ . _ ^~-. Fl Itllii following choice selection -of Stands X AFd WORKSi— ENGLISH, i _ Gibbetf* Roman Empire, quarto 1 vol. : Blayoey's jSacahamb, ~de 1 Blair's Lectures, do . 1 Newton V-3hronology, ~4© =* ; W array's Clement's -of Chemistry, Svo. 1 Chesterfield** Miscellaneous ^pieces, d-i 1 7th vol. Dean Swift's Works do 1 -J ? HftJaHtotiVRftgimenial S...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No arrivals last week. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

SHIPPING IHTELLIGENCR, — No-arxlyals last week. ? _. ? ? SA4iED. ? On Saturday,— The schooner Friendship, ?? ? Neil, master, for Circular Head, with 1 case of sadlery, 2 do.^ stationery , 1 case and 1 box of medi cines, 29 imported Leicester sheep, 75 wether6, 1 puncheon rum, and sundries, consigned to EDWARD CURR, Esq., and 26 passengers. Cargo of the T homas Laurie in our next. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships JBomhay, ^nd Thomas Laurie ; brias Re* source, Qleopatra, Hind, and Prince Leopold. ? S'AXXiCD^ntoift-BoBAltlLjCOWN. ? ? On the 23rd.^-The tehoontr Eagle, Mr. George Sinclair, Master, for Swan River, with sundry mer chandize, among which are 3 cases printing press and tvpe, shipped by Mr. W. T. Stocker, consigned to Mr/J, weavcl. Passenger,— Mr. John Weasel, ? supercargo. On the 13th.— The Ship Sotereign, Capt. M'Kellar with part of her import eargo, for Sydney.— Passen- ^ra^^TOmbieHSsq'^na^-of-he^o1'^11*1^?*8' sengers. ? — [ ? SATURDAVS GAZETTE. ? : ? Noticm.— Mr. Ro...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

_MJSCE1,LANEOUS. ? France and England.— -A Paris Journal gives the ..following estimate— of~the 'consumpnon of certain articles in EitgJaud^nid itawct*,_hyi_oiie_ million «f itihabitahtsiit-eacfexpuHtTy^— - 7 |_ InJEnglaud. . In France. ? ]_, Sugar.. 224000004b. Sugar.. 4270000 lb. Tea..*. 1137000 T«»» . i . , dnaa ? ? Cimezr -3i05090 — ^-Ctgec:. €?S0Q©— -~ ~- ^Tobaeco 845000- ? Tnbacco _27MQ6 1 'Wiue,. SLOOOOgls Wine .. 28300000 gls ~ Spirits.. 1100000 Spirits 192000 ? Beer .. 210M900 ^ Beer .. 5170000 ] Absenteeism — The following is a list made — feytJieHPolice Authorities toHbe4*ref«ct-deJ'olice of Paris, of the lieturns of Engiish resident in France., in April last. Paris ........ 14,500 I Fontainbleau .. 30 Versailles .... 2,080 fit Quentin . . . . 300 St,45€W«ain--^- 150 Dunkirk ...... 500 Tours , ? 2,785 St.Omer ? 700 Bnurdeau*.... 9C5 Boulogne ? 6,800 Barr^g^s . ; .... 80 Calais ? 4,5;;0 Moiitpellier .. JHKHjQtheiLjjlaces .. lySG* — Marseilles .... 120 ] ? Lyons. ? ~~ 60 To...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

LAUNpESTON ADfERTISEB. ?*lt4s4«-«ideavo«riBfToln8traet mankind, that we are best' able to practise that general virtue which comprehends the love of ill.'.— MOKTMQOIIP, ? - ? MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1831. We hare been fay© red with the following I remarks onHtbe produce of New South Wales ^f and Van Dienteii^Tjond, by WawSr l | BucHANAN,Esq,dated*fLondou2(iSept€in- | ? /i_ ? ? ? ? ? - ? ? — i' ' ? ? ? & ber, 1830. ~f Wool. The annexed abstract of prices obtained ;t for^4hi§^«tIcle^withiB ^^theJMtJDOJitbjJdJl^lijPW ? the eoermous rise io its vlaue since last year ; ow^n« |-rifl£ipallf to the scarcity ©f German, . ? i ,i . . . - . .j end the total want of -Spanish Wools of 2s. and under ; the continuance of these |jrir«s must^not %e calculated upon 1)ey«nd toe present season. The Wftotf/rom both Colonies have sheun -consider*: able tmprtwtment in some respects, FABTlCULAttLY THOSE FROM VAN DfEMENV LAND, THIS ISLAND ? APPEARING TO-MAVE^AN ADVANTAGE OVER iTS NEIGHBOURS IN 4TS SUP...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. By the Burrel I which arrived here from Sydney 1 on Wednesday last, we have our €!«»* ©$ the I Sydney Monitor to the MJlh ult :—A Sydney | Gazette we have not seen for a length of time; — _ and our Australians have not come to hand. W e are therefore unable rto lay much-variety before our readers respecting the Elder Colony. We however subjoin a few of the most interesting gleanings. The-MonHbr and the Gwerobrappfear fo Jje as much at issue as ever, -tfi* former bring ^nn*innnilw « at hi4' and his officers ; and even - allowing 9 gttod deal to be caused oy party fee. ing, there is pretty conclusive evidence that all is not comme M taut with regard to the adminis tration of New South Wales. If only one halt of the flagrant malversation^spcken of by |he Mom tor be true, we ble$s ourselves* that we are not exposed to the Sydney Government, which from ibe papers^appearft to be a decided callasion of the Authorities in opposition to the People. If \: the numerous Auc...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

HISTGKY ^D^P(mTICS^ - The CoLaNtfis.-^Tbere jfe/im 'Toiitieai «object which leD^b-se^ so much '-of. the at tention of the Jlrtish Public as the *? Co lonial Question.' The Periodicals, that ts^ the monthly and quarterly Publications, teem with prodigiously long and arguraen ta tive articles on this all absorbing subject, fhe Westminster Review is Anti- ColonU a/ altogether. Bpckingh Aitf— is devotechto the East I ndie«. Blackwood is devoted to the West ladies; and all unite either in a busittg or contemning Poor Australasia, As to Vaa Diemen's Land, it seems that the Great Genius of Chr^stophpjrJSobth Esq. cannot bend so low except it be to be spatter the Colony and Colonists with his vituperative nonsense. He is certainly a clever writer, but at times he as certaioVyjjT for more likeai Coal-heaver (han a Gentle man id his expressions, especially when he mounts his Pegasus, and (unassisted by his crutch) takes a trip to the Antipodes How ever, we do not wish to fall out with him, If...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

AD V BR T1SEM ENTS OF THIS &£T. KACES. jtNLOBDTNARY at tbe Lonaoji Ta- o'clork* ? '--? -?-- ? -? ? haunreston, March €th, 1831. WA NTEB. -A rOXJNtr' GliVt^W abobt twelve or fourteen ^ears of age ! as a N0R-fiRY MAID, and «ne who can maijLC herself jrenerally unfful.— Aj»ply at the. Comwer dal Tatt'rn, Launcestoa, near the W hart'. March 7»h, l«3l« One Pound Reward, CJTRAYKD f?om William Duncan's, CT Norfolk Mains, a FILLY FOAL, six# months old, colour dark roan, with star in fore** head, one fore foot whit*, and one black, one. hind foot white, and «ne black. Whoever will give account of the said Filly to Mr. William Duncan, Norfolk Plains, or to Mr. L knot's, 4,ai!nf4*8toii, ^s1ial4j*cewe4he-al»O¥e^R«wardi. ''?- — March 7th, 1831. General Post Office, Lavnceston, Murch7th. 1831, THE MAIL fcp London, fit Bombay. . Cap1. DarE . will p_ositi?ely be closed on I Saturday morning next, at IS o'clock. ? I A. WKlGUTfi, Posimaster. CHART^ABl^-lfNSTTTtTTIQN. - Patron, the Rev, W.tl. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

ALL P«rson«» after this notice found depasturing stock, removing timber, j?rstrippjug Mimosa hark, on -h« Laud located ^o-^ipiain-H^gFR^y^V~^joit-wg'tfa^ ? Mr. James Hill, junr, Dvvio Williams and others, on the North Bank of ihe North Rsk, ia the district of leiincesto;; w:f! be. proserutedc ?-« Rees, is empowered to warn off trespassers, and impound all stock found thereon. GEORGE KING, By his authorized Agent, HfiNKY JELMCOE. Campbell ford Cottage, February 11th, 183 K ? Gtnerul Post Office, LauncestoD, - February 38th* I83*i — THEM AIL for London by the Bombay Captain Dare, will be closed ©n Tues day, 8th March. ' ''''' :- A. WR16HTB, Postmaster. E^OR HIRE at iheL6ndon Tavern.— An J- ^xcel^43t-&iddle^DdjGig^HOE§li. -_LauB£tatoiL,_ Feb. 37th, 1831. ? ' ? JUST landed from the Thomas Lawrie, by the Undemgned. 1 ,c«ase of Ladies' and Children VSHOKs, of the besFLondon make, JOHN BROWT* Launceston, Feb. 26th, 1831. Passage to -England. WAN ED.— A steady sober Female, ~to — to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

? TO~1€t31VRE«P -M»£NT8.-— Wi* ftlf) ilUu?l)t«lU lo SUT ? Colres}M-ui{en(s A 4.PH \ (we hn ve no Greek type) JU-trt-PnY arid Vinobx for 4 he -hints tli^y have ? given us; an (Lshali certainly make use of jhf m. Wo would however recommend the Utter to ™~ &« a little less rioteut in his expi'FS'nnns. it is fro'ji using strong inms -wh«ju -In^y-ar*1 jiotj'e^ qyiT''4, tiiat ro»cli of the acuriiityif 4ti^ .news pap»»r pr«*Bs p*ocef ds. S(Erv**ral ArtifW^^ifl^ Communications are una voidably posiponeli for vntHof room. £ conseQuence of corapliiiots having been inadej of the serious delay which has occurred in The j publication of this journal, occasioned by ad- ! verlisfeinerits beiug sent late on the Monday, we j ? l»e j5-4*ww^le4«timal*4o-ottx Ad vextLyttfcFj'ienrisJ that^Ti1fssiidyertisenients^re':synt in Dy or be- 1 fore 8 oVlock on Monday Morn ma: if'w-lll not ' «fce possible to insert then until the following^ -—^^=r. . ___ . _____ ,

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 7th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

LAUJV/ESTOY A&VE U TJ#&*^\ -it-U in __a___vouTin_ to instruct taMfkind. that we »re bet ebletw practise di it feneraLeittae wbiek comprehends tbe l«v« of *U. . — MoNTEaeuiBU. ? MONDAY, MARCH 7Ui, 1831^-^ We are tbis week requested by no less Ulan three Corresponds % to give an article upon the Mibject of -the difficulty of pwsoas ti©Te7)1rtfflir!BB^^^a^d~serrjiiji«; — We com s. ply most readily, because we hatwefelt the I inconvenience of it, b«*t did not wish to, spe;k^uuil we had further grounds than our own case. It is certainly in--st extraer ?diaary that so many man should be kept in the prisoners barracks at Hobtrt -Town, about 900 we are informed , while thejuoloniats (particularly in this District) are sufFftring severely for the, want of men ; and cannot get one for months after applicatton is made. Whatever may be the cause of this, we ' trust His Excellency will adopt some mea sures to put ;»n end to the ev 1 complained of. That the expense of Keeping men ...

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POETRY. TO MISS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

POETRY. TO MISS' ? * ?-*-*'? ?;' Hftrft_t«t-_my heart—Vis *11 thine owa, It «jiV) throbs farther- alone, *Ti~ thine— though all tucvrorid say nay. No loiter froin^hee will it sta-, 'Tki1 truant zanders from itit breast, ? ' Or Jets mejiave but little rest — j ._ li knows jqojov— it knows no bliss 'When it is not where^ * * * * is Then take k—keep it to %self ? ' JQo_thQii. recjMtiinJtjhe^riiaut^filf, ? 'When, if thou canst not two retain^ Send back thine own to me again. Keep it — it is not false nor base No vicious wishes it disgrace., -Tis faithful, fond and filled yitlririife When e'er it is— where ***** isu But while away from her it keei-e — ! It never rests— it never sleeps, '. ft throbs tumultuously —and burns — ? And aches— arid hopes— and fears— hy turns, JU knows no rest itself— nor will It let me 'be one moment still — ^ in short it knows nor rest nor peace, ; — ? -%VheHJt4a net where * * * »~*~iir ? -= E. D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

'' ? . _ .-?r ------- ? - ? ^ - -_ _ -_ _ - - ' ?- ? - ? ? ? - -C - ? T - _ _ _ _s Sweepstakes of JE3 each, witu £40 added for i Two-year-olds. st lbs. Filiies and Geldings ? S 4 Thorougii-bred^ cjrtra ? JO MILE HEATS. . _ Wednesday, -9th. ^Sweepstakes ofJBSeacu, with ,£40 added for 'Horses ot all ages. * i st lbs. 1 Two-year-oldf ..... .'.. . . , :, \7. ~7 7 ~~. ~ ~ Three do ? t 7 | ? JE!our_ ? do. .............. 9 ,5 — - ^fire do. . . . rr. ? 77 ?M ^3 Six . do., and aged ? io 10 ] Thorongh-bivd extra.. .. :.^.. 10 TWO-MILE HEATS. Thursday 10th. A PURSE of 50 Guineas, given by the Van Pie ? wren's Land 'Estutbtishmeatrior Two^eftr^dM37^e4 Broduee of its Horses. I st. lbs. \\ _ 'fjolts s.i4 ? et. ? 8 7 Fillies and Geldings ? 8 4 \ Thorough-bred, extra ? 10 MILE HEATS. Sweepstakes of £3 each, with £20 added for Horses, &c, of all ages* Weights the same as on Wednesday ;^ ^™ I z. ^fwo-Mih&jmA'm. ... ? j 7 '^Ko^ChoroiigteBre^l-iwH 4»a11owe4^r«taTtibT^this~j Bace, and th...

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THE SCRIBBLER, No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

THE SCRIBBLER, No. 2. XJn Gossiping. The practice of speaking ill of their neighbours is so common with seme per sons, thai it amounts' ataost to a miracle, if --; 4%eir nearest and dearest friend «. escape the lash of their iosatiabi* propensity for finding fault. Reckless of the injury they may do, -in fact i» would seed that tcey delight in inflicting pain) tti'ejr. .pass sweeping ceasures on all around them ; and rather thao not speak ill of those they fenow, they will sacrifice both troth and the ties of bood; charging even their relatives and connections wittrtne commission ot errors which ttiey have never-fallen into ; and heaping upon them censures 'which they do not deserve. Than such people - — nothing ^ea Tjo more dangerous. They should be universally shunned ana avoided by every TTerson: wtio wTsIiIm to 'be at* peace, for we ? are sure to find discord and strife ta variably foW low their introduction ioto a family. While they press the hand, with the utmost seeming affec...

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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

LOCALITIES. Navigation of the T am a it.— Several tery I useful improvements have lately been made by the Government under the direction of Capt. Welsh, to facilitate the navigation of theTamar, I and we hav* great pleasure in publishing the ?folio wink, with a cwpy of which vra have been | favoHTed, with which it is necessary that the I pttljlic, especially those connected with shipping I should be made acquaiated :— ' 4 Beacon with a 1 broad Vane on the top has 'been fixed on that] dangerous reef called the Bebe r«ef,: bearing I findfti ihe FJft^-fctaff *»n Low head, W* 2 degrees j S distance ab0«t 34 miles, also on the sunken rock within the h*ad mailed the. Barrel rock, with a br*-a4*beptof tin facing the western channel^ and painted while. There is a good and^afe pustage be tWeen thebeacpi^oQthe Hebe reef and Point Flin ders, the 6oundln«f , lOic 14 fathoms to saiUhro\ for which the follow Wg remarks may be of service. * The beacon on ftejlebeyeef is placed upon the extreme Wes...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

MISCELLANEOUS. Os Ingratitude.— We cannot omit tcHnsert the following satirical tettera Iran via led from the Italian of Moschfni. Titej apply so pointedjy to' the r~po«r ^Wflr^Sf ofAt^Ti^c^Wed A-y -*w«^ persons ..for -lhe._n-o$l_ro.ftriij.-rin|is i^ryjces, while ethers who are nearly useless are loaded with gifts and advantages. /;.-__ from the Dog tc the Ror&e* 'Time, that wastes and consumes ill the -works of art and nature, has a length deprived me of the use of my teeth, which w-re am s that did net fail me: one would think my declining con dition deserves soft bits and nourishing broths Iolsij pport _the__bmaU remai ns of '-my 'trfe, , yet 1 -meet^with nothing ^aut nmusty crusts and dry fiSriMI: so very bare, that they rather— serve to famish than to feed me. You know how very faithHilly I have served my :masier_ln the-chace, as long as I was able, and all nay competitors will coniess' — feow^^lw^fizOttfetri|?ped--them in thHlr_Bate£r-L but now the beasts tnay- walk th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1831

mm. * ' SRIPPYN^dtNTELLIGENCE, Arrived. ©n the 2nd.— -The barque Burrell, Capt. Metcalfe, fr--m Sydney with 60 Horses, sundries and several pas.-''wers. ~~~ — - ? fei-O-jJ{44rtui^«4hi« Av^&k, ? Tne iiesnurce lias been cleared out at the Custom ^Jlouse but 6he lies in the river.' Cargo of the barque Thomas Laurie. — 1 case soap to'W.'C Brown; 6 cases wine, -J do. and 12 hhds. do., 60 do. and 18 casks do., 5 cases guns. toWm. Walkiiishaw ; 15 baneis blacking, 3 casks ironmon gery, l case millinery, 2 casks and 1 package iron mojtgery, lease saws, 4 bales worsted webbing, 4 eases hats, 3 casks nails, to \V. Laagdon ; 165 cases j wfiie. J 3 I)al--s4inen, 3 casks files, 1 carriage, G cases coppery 2 ea^kjFiiails, 12 cases niustetsT-l package apparel, 200 hnds. porter, to Kemp & Co. ; 12 hud s. toer to R. Makepeace ; 2 bales printed cottons, Jno. Hall ; 1$ iihds. wine, to W.. Wilson ; 3 boxes straw boVtrele,: 3 bundles turnery, 1 bale blankets, 2 cases haberdashery, to €c....

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MISC[?]LLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1831

MLSCi LL. ANEOUS. ANECDOTE Of THE DuKE OP NORFOLK. — Til' present Duke 'of Norfolk has in his-4?efyice a f - - —male who \s a XloJ hodist. Some lime since ©m ofthi- upper servants at Arund*'! complained !»: the Duke that tliLs woman was too religious, anu that she lost too ma. ti time in going to her chapel. The liuke asketi where she went to ; and was answered, to ftary. ' What,' said he, 4t a wom*n walk four miles to a place of worship I ItJs tCM'MJB^r; I desire that in future the boy may drive her ft^ry Sunday in the-gig. She is Hunt in KnrcKmttinflr -(ia lltnSndtv tarh*-rji anij kna cha ttitrk* best.' - {AV-' --are not,^nor^»Terwere ^ve^-any ft iend -to- _ _ic _Ciitholic-_&i!uiiicipatioii-on--EolidcaLgjauiiidj-, ? but wefe#-l much pleasure in giving Tublicitj' H this anecdote of t Catholic ^♦'?'?j- ? -^^-DvHr — lost.— Since Jhe commencement of the present ceuturvi the dinVrpnce between the ?Id *T»cl newntyleis 12 days, anothpr tiay in ad dition to thp prior 11, having be...

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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1831

tftcmtiBs. Colonial Gin;.— we n^ver take up a Sydney p'aper but we see some flaming puff about Coo pile's Gin. There is no doubt that the artidei!, ye^-y good ; but when so muchis said about it, one -lsil**4l to believe that Its own mtrits are not sufh-' cient to reQommend it. It occurs to us however, that the Sydney people would be vaunting over ut arrouttbeir Colonial pToducerju^&rngthtt they *XC^418. But in Hhis thev arr mifilalc^ Oii- : spirhed Colonist Mi'. Backett, twhoaltlioutih a resident of: the other couiitry, and' personally un known to us) we feel proud to say has succeeded used to be difiliked, bul he haK produced almost nil Itintls of cordials, one of. whidh is bevond praine. The T^mr i/# /i T«7/re 1s the most pleas [n tbp^tmcrttMdegeee In his attempts atdistilla ant dj-.ni jnLJL'lii kind we. eyrr ta-- ? -t ; atid « iry r^ttires to be kaown to be uuiyecsaJy used at table, wh^re jt_ would Tiot tip di^srat^d i-y ta king its place; beside Scfiied/tw and *'«f||ac» ...

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

AQVKRTIS^ ENTS. WHEREAS Thomas Gilbert, a Lad, of about fcleven years old, has several times rajii awa^ from Vh.Bickfoiid's, of Pleasant HilU, on the River Tainan All Settlers Caplaj-.-i of Ships &c, are cautioned-against ftarbourmf orasslfiUug the said T. Gildirt in any way or ? manner, as Mr. Bickford feelv determined to jHosecuteany person or Pefhons who may rrom this date, in any way assist him,- the said T Gilbert. ♦t* The ab«v -mentioned Vhomas Gilbert tl shotl, thick w»f. and has HghHiair, February 19th, 1831. - _ __ BY Mr. JTAVES HO^HTON, At the London Aue*WnHW«t4M-M--aiurday, the ?Wi March. UtfM.'BiTS o'clock precisely, THK folluwiug GOPD.»f without re serve, toTclose a coDsignmcnt:— &upI'jior,zF«-u«h -toys «| . ?* i* ««-; -criptions 2 ditto rf I'quid ditto ? ? g tons of h)» of France Sngan put up in bags Also, a good Houble Tyre B0t LOCK^e A KT Suite newcand a variety of oiher Mer tiandise, too *-iinierous to insert TIB MS.-^PHOMPT PAYMENT. Launceston, Marc...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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