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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 July 1830

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AfVcnerjil Meeting of the Proprietors of Bank" .8 toefc will be hold on Monday; the 2nd day of'An«H*tiiciíJ;'at'Í2 «'dook precisely, to declare the half vcàrly dividend, and for othçr purposes. ?: * . .,.,;. ;, ?... ., T. Y/ LOWES, "...,... ,v ? ''.?', Secretary, . Macquarie street, July 12, lë3'>. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY.   Tri K Treasurer requests thal the Members will trarí-mit their.Subscriptions to him, on or before the 20th inst. A. TURNBULL., ';?;" \~Secritary aiid Treasurer. Campbell-st. Jnly'.5¿ 1830. ; ;! : ' V gooSspm. WAVki'^ '-'.-I jPljEORGE J^NGFQRD has opened Gros de \3T Nap'es, SarsjietSf Persians, Norwich ('rapes .Áii'eíc'gaút assortment;1of Petersham aiídrótlicr Ribhons, black Galloons, ^c.^-C. '."? ;-i'. ?'?? Rook and fijiiircd Muslins : ¡; .. ;?...' - Knplish silk Handkerchiefs ,,, ,!(' , . Ladies* white ¡¡ilk Gloves ".. ^' . '.'White', »carlet, Nankeen, and raven sowing Silks ' hèèl Cotton, white and coloured ditto .?....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

-, Il IIHE sale of Furniture, ftc the late prop« rtt of ii Captain of Hi- Majesty's Old. ltegt wine li wns orlv« rtised Tor Tuesday lust, but punt poned in consequence of the weather, willi posi lively take place fon Tuesday utxt the grill mutant, John'^Thos. Collicott,' ', * ' ,lfl", ' Auctioneer. i t i í 1._ THE Sa'e By* Auction,'by Mr. CouVo'tt,' of Cape Raisins, <andi Draught Ale, and other Gi oils, atlveittsid in the f.opt page to take pla«e on the 29l|i and and'Slst. nut is pos p n<d till 'thwsday. the^th and Suturday the 7th of August next. ' i JUST imported per Wave, 100 casks very supe- rior bottled ALE, and 50 hogsheads of Tay-   lors Double BROWN STOUT.     Henry Bilton.         Rock House, July 10th.         l_:_> ' /1 / TU K nud( r<ugiied intenJing to leave the Colo ny on tue ship Mary, request...

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THE GATHERING. (YEAR XXX—AGE OF INTELLECT.) From the Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

THE GATHERING: (.Xefn>^X-4.siiiPJ'.?^*í-iM*5T<i,)i'i-;í!'^ / i'Vui» the Mor,n'iMg Jtieru{d.',,,.,,,., ;, -- "ttrine'dlj C¿mé onl-^-Tís^ll'prépafe'd." '''"' ??> Ntl Stephen'*: Chapd'ÍB'well-airAf,' J-"»l! fK ¡ Tile woolsack j mid. tlifjtliroae is bare'd,-r ¡ ;.» Lamps, seats and. window- are, rcp»ir,'d,-»7-,, Come to'tli'e Gaweriiig-collie t ,, ,, . <- / . ., ./ ".ii:*. "I . ii» °.>m-" ' '< '?' ' Laid' in bis Wiuewr lias BelUirty ; Come t" tiie.G4tlieriog-r-caaie!ii Dan of the Thousand Speeches ! .thon Who in thy grass-green coatdids't vow ,,. To ("ake M right tiiouiftt teach' its' how OiDwiieli! come:¿nàdOif'Uéà>^' «'' '" i ! m,,- Come to tlie.Oatliiring-icomel . > Jldlan<r^dLaii^ownef!tiltttH''eiDtfic,----' ' But Jgave i\ our VcIbmíc ¿ore/átinome*; Cobie w aithmanj' willi my fice of wo j Ix-Hibiidgfe, nnchangëablëai snow; Ca'vert land! fiamabdftom»'<alik»V ¡ '. J*u,bble,> and Squeak and ¡Aiiue)«; j (Jpuiejo tt...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE [No. 136.] Co- lonial Secretary's Office, July 21, 1830. -- Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons: Thomas Peters, 355, Chapman. James Anderson, 195, do. William Bolim alias Rolland, do. William Hale, 609, do. Joseph Ward, 592, do.   John Shipley, 686, Sir Charles Tories. James Meeson, 482, Phoenix, 2. John Clowes, 627, do. Richard Wright, 587, do. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 138.-Colonial Secretary's Office, July 14, 1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased tn grant the undermentioned indulgence, TICKET OF LEAVE, John Bettcridge, 5S9, Prince of Orange. By His Escellency's coraro*nd J. Burnett. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 1,38] Colo mai Secreinrv's Oflice, July 2l2, 1830. Mr. Aletander Charlton having enteied into tlie necessary bond of qualification, ha* been duly li- censed as an Auctioneer and Vendue Master, in the County of Cornwall, for the teinainder of the present year. By ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

Cî)e Courier* ¡'j' SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1,83V A vessel was coming up the river when our paper went to press, but too distant to ascertain any farther particulars. On, Wednesday the colonial brig Caroline, Capt. Splith, proceeded down the river on her whaling excursion. The ship Mary is likely to receive a quick dispatch for England, Messrs. Kemp & Co, having already very considerably advanced her cargo with a large quantity of oil ship- ped under the careful management of Mr. Jones the cooper. The signal was hoisted for a vessel from the south on Wednesday, and the inhabit- ants of Hobart town were all ort I lie alert for neus at this important juncture from Fin- land, but next morning it proved to be a stranger, she having passed the heads* Launceston, 191h july,-The report of so many vessels being in the River last week has turned out to be without foundation. There is a report to-day that a brig is in the River, but these reports ure not to be de- pended on. The secret of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

BANK OF VAN DIEMRN'S LANÍ). A General Meeting of.tlic Proprietor's .of Bank Stock? will be held o» Monday; the 2nd day of Angiwtiiiëxt, at ia «.'clock precisely, to declare the half ycaiily dividend, and for other purposes. ! .;.'"' T. Y1 LOWES, Secretary. Macquariestreet, Jnlvi?,-1830. ., ., ONE Pr>üND REWARD. "tk| LOST, turee Bullocks; 1 light red, branji T A; on near rtinip ; 1 light'brindle'brand T'J' on near ribs," I> ll'öH'!ncar'-nimp,'/«»ail;liprni'd ;, I dark brindle, brand IT on off ruiiip.v.'WUocver bas found trie saine and; will, bring them to roe in the Macquarie. District shall receive the »b<;ve rewan!.,. ,; _ ^ . ^GEORGE ABEL. FIVE POUNDS REWARDV . "HEREAS, numerous trees have been lately . ... cut and bunted down on my Allotment of ground on Stringy-bark hill, the road ubstrnciied, the land ami 'shrubbery' otherwise o"e«trnved tíiid encumbered, and considerable quantities of «tone mid timber clandestinely carried oft, and other trespasses.coinmitted ...

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THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 July 1830

THE ARMY. ' The* pfesehl military forcé df'Greàt Bri taiiK cWsfets of 26 regiments' of regular ! cavalry, $ regiments of the line, 3 regiments of guards, forming the infantry of the house- hold troop«, 1 regiment of Royal artillery, 1 of Royal engineers', 1 Royal Staff Corps, 1 Ride brigade, 2 West Indian regiments, 1 Ceylon regiment (riflemen) 1 Cape corps, 1 Royal African, 3 Royal Veteran batallions, 8 Royal Veteran companies for service in Newfoundland and New South Wales, the Royal Malta Fencible regiment, the Royal Horse artillery, the Royal Waggon train* and the Ordnance, Commissariat and Medical departments,, forming in the whole an eftec-'' tive military force of about 150,000 men íqr the present year. Of this number 8497 are officers, of whom 5 are Field Marshals, viz: the Dukes of Wellington, Cumberland, Cambridge, Gloucester and Prince Leopold of Saxe Co- burg, 108 Generals, 248 Lieutenant Gene- rals, 241 Major Generals, 295 Colonels, 786 Lieutenant Colonels, 910 Majors, ...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

SWAN RIVER. The Britannia, Captain Ramsay, R.N. had sailed from Swan river"for Launceston. » The William, Captain Ydung/ was about to sail for Calcutta, andMh'ef Eliza, Doughty/ for Singapore oii the Sfrrlli June. ' ' Mr. Bryan of Glehore, the charterer 4>f the WiUia'm^ bad V.ikèji' a grant of land;"and was about to sei'tj¿ at,Swan river. " . The hull ot thefbrig.Emily Taylor, wa's purchased by Mr. £holt, of H MS Sulphur, (or 2001. , Au . . : , After the sale,,sa»¿s the editor of the Wes. tern Australia. Gazette, so great was the ma- nia for buying at art; auction, that Mr. Wm. Sampson was diiected by Mr Short, agent for government, to otter a quantity of paddy, maize and Java peas; which found ready sale at 17, l8,and l£s, the hundred lbs. We are sorry, continues he, to say our little community is thinning. In the depar tures we recognise J. Bamber, Esq and fa- mily in the Bombay, .for Hobart »town, Mr Stewart, one of the. unfortunates from the James, wrecked. "Capt Edward Golds...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

WANTED, a young Man to take the charge of a Retail Store. Respectable references will be required. Apply to A. Z, Courier office. WANTED to rent or purchase in an eligible part of the town, a House, containing not less than four good Rooms. Apply by letter ad-   dressed B. W, Courier office. MR. SHARLAND has for sale this year, a very superior sort of white Potatoes, raised from seed sent to him by a gentleman in England. Those gentlemen who wished to obtain some of the kind last year may now be supplied at 12s. per cwt. at the Lower Clyde or New Norfolk. 27th July, 1830. JUST imported per Wave, lOO casks very superior bottled ALE, and ?0 hog-heads of Tay-   lors Double BROWN STOUT. Henry Bilton. Rock House, July 10th.   N OW landing, and on Sale by the undersign- ed : Irish pork in barrels       Whale lines       Rice in bags Glass ware.    ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

The Tenders Jfor tlie "Alterations in St David's Church are.postponed till Monday the 16th Angust STALI^FEfKBEEF. 'TKI ' i TH5kÍ."^C:-arMBe.^%^nned, that the limftrngnftl Baving made purchases ot thirteen Stall-fed, j CitlleJ^ the' must'superior qnality?1fedfqn the, esuit^of P.,Lord,' Esq. pre- ferable to any yet offered,111 Hobart-t.owo, been to say, thut tie w ill "offer '"the r sanie for sale »this house, on Saturdny-nrtct, 'where ¿'constant sup- ply of this superior Beef, together with turnip fed sheep will be alwajs iidd: Mr.^fartin bess to return his thanks to .the, public for the very liberal support he has hitherro received, and soli- cits a continuance of 'thdir favour«. ' ' ' * _,.,.' x"' JOHN MVRTIN. Elizabeth Street, July3i, 1830. , TO BE LRT, f.ÜRNISHED, IN the upper and most eligible part of Camp- bell street, pait of a respectable and commo- dious house, consisting of 5 comfortable apart- ments, one of which «may be used as a kitchen. Apply to die Printer. , , WANTED,...

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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

THß CAÍ-E OF GOOD HOPE The sh/p Medina, Cap!. Pate, and J he SUeine, Capt. St roven, sailed from Cape town on the 13th May for Swan river A very important onie» hi council was passed at Windsor on she second of Febru- ary, íegulaliug ihe lights and privileges of fhe slave-, and Hottentots at the Cape. The Rev. Dr Philip Jj.» published another pamphlet at the Cape respect ir.jï the i ¡gins of Ihe Hottentots and \hj geneial conduct of the folomst* which'excited a strom* sensa- tion al the Cape- It is said to contain immy ir.juiions lepie-cntations vim h ifreieived as authentic by sliaiigeis, will lie an effective bar to the c's tension to'thatt»*olony of a repre- sentative assembly unU'tiial by juiy in civil cases I A public classical school was establi hirg at Graham's town, "and hospitals for the poor weieabout to bebe fotmcd bj pul.lie subscription. ' ' Theie is a singuhu'.Mottentotat Giuliani's town, who goes about giving advice to hi, fellnw'citizeus, but too often, as the Cape A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

THE GAZETTE 0FTH7S Í>AT CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT ORDER rNo. 7.J Co loniál Secretary's Office, July «8, 1830 All Convicts holding Tickets of Leave, are di- rected to appear on Saturday the 4th of Septem- ber next, at the Police Office of the Districts ¡m which they respectively reside, for the purpose of being mustered by the Police Magistrate. _ ¡ This|Conrse has been adopted'in order to obvi- ate the necessity of men holding Tickets of Leave proceeding to Hobart-town and Launceston peri- odically, as was formerly requited, and it is expec- ted that the course which is now directed, toge- ther with the Monthly District Muster prescribed by the existing regulations, will enable the Police Magistrates accurately to ascertain the occupation, habits, and connexions of every individual of à* class of men which the Lieutenant Governor con- fidently trusts is useful to the community, and who, by a continuance ofthat good conduefwhfeb obtained for thom the indulgence which they en- joy, are ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

Clje CoutíetT 8ATURDAY. JULY 31, 1830. Sailed this morning the bark Wave; for Sydney. . Arrijved on Monday the. 26"th inst. the   ship Bombay, J. Dare, commander, / 315 tons,from Calcutta, and last'from Swan ri- ver, 23d June. Passengers Lieut. Smith of the East India Company's fe rvice, lady and 2 children, Captain Hutchins, E. I. S. Mr. J Williams, Mr. Hornby, mid Mr. Goldsmith, master of the brig James, wrecked at Swan river-Mr. and Mrs. Bamber, Miss Bamber, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson and S children, Mr. Martin, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Stewart and 2 children, Mr. Price, Mr. Grogen, Mr. W. Hill, Mr. J. Williams, and IO prisoners for Sydney. Arrived on Tuesday the 27tb inst. the ship Sir Charles Forbes, J. Leslie, commander, 363 tons, from Plymouth 6*1 li April with 158 male prisoners. The guard consists of 1 Ser- jeant, 5 corporals, 24 raiik and tile of the 17th foot, and 1 private of the ¿pill, under the command of Capt. Romney of the 17th, Surgeon and Superintendent Dr. Petrie....

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(From the Atlas, March 28). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 July 1830

(From the Atlas, March 28). Qne ¿ftbe-most important subjects dis- cussed in the House *f Commons during the jr .week, was a motion made by Mr P. Thom- j\ son for a jcommittee to revise our system of taxation. Mr. Thomson argued that -a re- duction in the taxes would ultimately in- crease the revenue, Mr. Peel said that he dfd not object, on the whole, to the princi- ples laid down by Mr. Tliomsou; but that he thought it would be better that the re- sponsibility of proposing such changes or reductions should still remain with the trea- sury. Mr. Davenport's motion on the state of the country terminated in the way all discern- ing men anticipated. As the debate advanc- ed, it became evident that the motion was but a dis_uiee for a project to disturb the currency, and commit a positive injustice to- wards the fundholder. Five of the professors of the London Uni versity have addressed a letter to the coun- ( eil and proprietors, setting forth, in a tempe- rate manner, the grounds» of t...

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THE TOWN CRIER. (From the Morning Herald). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

THE TOWN CRIER. (From the Morning Herald\ Oyes! Oyes! Oyes!-This is to give notice that neither the commissioners of woods anti forests, nor the parochial autho- rities of >t George H. S , can afford to light or repair the footpath between Hyde Park corner ant) Knightsbridge. Therefore all persons, wini may have occasion to use that footpath after dark, are hereby forewarned to take caie of thcm-ehes ; - the mud being o\er shoe tops and the thieves many and \ery bohl. Wanted immediately a handsome job car- riage, bag wig ami sword, for a great north- ern calculator ; -he having received a polite invitation lo give his advice and assistance in the treasury chambers ;-instead of bother- ing the ministry with long crabbed caleula* tioi s in public. Any person willing to ac- commodate the great calculator with the above named articles may calculate upon having them again shortly. Wanted immediate employment for 20,000 men, about Ti» be «liscnarged from the army, al the suggestion of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. /"?"tHti Animal Meeting ¿if this society, which j X is advertised in our ír.nit page to take place on Mondar next, is delayed on account of the { continued-wet weather, until fat ther notice. . W.-GUNN, August 5, I33fl, ¡sea cary. A'CONCERT of Vocal ¡and Instiiunental Mn* inc., will take place at Mr. 1) cane's, Eliza* betn stiect. on attinUv,;august 21. Tickets ol admission ös. each. ~ ' CAUTION. ALL persons are hclcby cautioned not to tres* pa-8 by cutting »timber, grazing cat le, or othctwise on my giant of land in Melville district, bounded du the n u th by Mr. Lut tu I '». and on ihe .onth by: Captain 'Fenton'» and Mr. Mansell'* giants/ ' - IT. M'SIIANE. H obai t town, A iig. 0,1830. . NOTICE.       MR. MORRIS, of the Dallas Arms, retiring from that Inn, requests all claims against him be presented for liquidation, and all those indebted to him are also requested to settle their accounts forthwith. &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

BANK OF VAN 1)13*1 tsN'S LANI>. / AT a General ,M»e \ ¡tig .of ,-tlie,-, Proprietor of I.'ank.stock he.ld on the 2d. inst. a dividend of 16 percciii per annum,was declared for. trie toaif year ending June SO. ,... : T Y. LOWES, . Cashier. Macquarie street, Aug. 4,' 1831». , ..v.« W.AN1 Ettf ' a* Housemaid, a free woirian, who camé free to tile colony. Apply at the Chief-Justice's.- . .'' ?'-*'" '.- ?.:-r--;-?-.,??;/'?' " ? .-.?? ,., ?' . , TO THE PUBLIC. .-.".$ = THE public af" lïeieby apprised, that, wjtb-teí ' fe'rence to.i de .various H'dvcrtisemei ts'Sn?ei-' ted »»» the t>olbní.íl Time*, biií-more especially to one inserted in that Paper"of tV.ë.lôtlï May, is«»', relatjv'e to the Estate of .the late'Mr. Hartholomcw Broughton, of ^ew town, deeeasd, winch wa« legally conveyed to Trristccs¿ upon certain .Trus's therein mentioned (as mor«-tody appeared -t<r Cotmi'el an<t li» myself upon inspection of the ori cirial Heed). I» t»e . undersigned, haye receiv...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1830. There has been, no arrival or departure   during the week. Vessels in the Derwent fth August ;- 1. The shift Mary, nearly loaded for London, and will sail in a few days.. 2- Tire Bow bay; and 3, the OieUa. discltargin?, the former to proceed to Sydney, »¿A tie latter io load for Swan River. 4. The Sir Charles   Forbes, prison ship. A. The brig Elizabeth loading for Launceston, and will sail in the beginning of the week. 6\ The Genii, dis- charging. ' 7. The sloop Margaret. On Tuesday the brig1 Queen Charlotte   and the schooner Resolution arrived at Laun- ceston from Sydney, and on Monday last the schooner Henry also from the same place. By this conveyance we have had the pleasure to receive our file of the Sydney Gazette to the 17th July complete, and the Australian to the 9th, from which we have given such extracts as appeared interesting A very plentiful har vest was anticipated, and no increase of the ...

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PARLIMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

, tmmtiexéM: the mitm KINGDOM.       House of Lords, Monday Feb. 15.--Earl Stanhope presented a petition from Chip- ping Norton complaining of distress, and Lord Aberdeen jn rt*pl$ to a question put by   him; stated that a commercial treaty had   been signed between Great Britain and Aus- tria.       House of Common*,, same day.- Mr. Egerton presented a petition from Chester, complaining of distress, and Mr. O'ConnéU presented a petition from Cork, praying for   a repeal of the act of Union. Mr. Dicken- son presented a petition praying for the in- terference of the house to check the spread- ing of the small pox, with which many per- sons in defiance of experience continued to   inoculate their children. Mr. Hume said an   act might be passed to prevent children in-   fected with small pox from coming in con- tact with others. On...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 August 1830

THE GAÍETTE Oï THIJ5 »AT GÓNTAÍNSr GOVERNMENT ORDER, (Noí 8)» Colonial Secretary's Office, August 4, 1830. THE practice of transferring Convict Ser* vants from one Master to jahother» on the expiration of the periods for'which they have been sentenced to Chain Gangs, having, in various instances, led to set ions evil, inas- much as it has afforded them the opportu- nity of being assigned to olhcr »asters or employment more to iheir liking, which, per- haps, was thcarery speculation on which they absconded.-The Lieutenant Governor di- rects, that all convicts when released from ¿irons, shall, invariably, be returned to their former masters or employment, immediately on the expiration of their sentences, unless, when, for special reasons it has been other- wise ordered hythe Magistrate; and, should the conduct of any convict appear to the Magistrate so improper as to rentier him un« 'deserving gf the indulgence of being returned, to his former service or employment, he shall from the ...

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