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

.SAJXVEKTISEMENTS QF THIS HAY. Ifj addition to former advertisement now ^Jandkg*froin*the Maty* «nd on &ale,a1 sthe Stores. of ithe -undersigns d 1— Ladies fcoglKffiu,- split ^tf&w and imitalion bonnets ? ^JBq yl'-Lflghorn fa sti«n«nd abi vhate Maids Pe von bop nets . . ., .Patent Danstable obi and Tiw an gipeieg . -Black crape Dowers ; ? Assorted colored god yhitu .wraths — ..._ .- -C« \ofvd end feather fringe ? 4-4Mit, Patent black crape ? — '— — - — Black kid gloves :-.---— — : Silon eyed-weedles . Superior ;byistl«€ .-. . ?'. , ^ens and womens hlack worsted hose . .Napkins, and 36 inch*** Frerch velvet JPrinted muslin handkerchiefs Persian carpeting ..? ? , Gentltfmen's silk waistcoats Oxfrn} ^niatttire, *n per fine blue,, brown and olive 'broad cloths ?Sjtout bea v*srte*n a nd tabby coed , : -4-4 ilis stout sheering ? -, Sau't blue cloth jackets and trowsers ,3?me-1)iac& toomb?-ze»'ns Ttonly jackets and trowsers Welch flannels Gentlemen's ex superfine fu...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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From a Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

[?] Agricultuue.— A Meeting was held at t»e Pa ^fitiion Inn, Brightofaron^faeH^th iiistan-7^rTucir w%s numerously attended by the leadit.g Agricul turalists of that part or the l«land, induding Messrs. Kimbehley, Griffith, Stan iiclt-+ Es^ pie, Evans, and othejs. Mr. Furbfs, of the Cov« , aJso attended,— to^epresent tlie^efcairtHe^fit**!^ est. HC'Spoke forcibly as to the necessity of seek* ing Foreign Markets, . He urged 1 he Agricnliu ralists not to be cast down at the present ofrcon* templated low prices, that1 Corn . haw, and ever wiJI, find a remunerating price, whether, produ- ced in England, the Plains of our Bagdad, or th Backs of the Nile. The Agriculturalists pledgefjf themselves, every one in proportion to h« groin b of this year's crop,, tp jfill a vessel by thtv 20th «f May ; and then to men; and.oon nider wliatur th-r could be done to ady*nce *^ TaBroanitt^* Mr. Gi^n«ttT ^QBKRTSON attended, to represent ^ the Agi-iCulturalist;* wbo live at Hichm*|jd and the, Coal River,...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND FLAX. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

NEW SfeALAND FLAiC. ? We make the toLiwin^ extract iram One of the Sydney papers. The lacility, with whith this article might be grown iji Van IJiemen'a ia«d, renders the ^ubject of as much import unce to us as it is to our n^hbums the f araiers^of ^w ? South Wales. . Crown Court, P road-street, 3d Sept, 1S30, ~^^WJU.TJ£^JRDX!JiAl? ANj ESQ, .. bin,— Respecting the New Zealand Flax, imported' by you in the TibiU4aqd Percy, them appear^ to lie no«materiai dtlerenc'e in .the quality, with tue excep tion of 10 Bales, dressed, per Vioii^, . wiu'cli ty tiieir— present state may %e valued at abou\ £4 to £5' per t^n-niore tlian the other mark. The -best parcel ship* ? .pedy was that'by the Doncaster, wMch Wersold for *^ie; ILeith Australian Company, as annexed^ we sorted i| 'Into qualities, but as we did not break open any of the tries* iuate was a proportion ^yellow inieach, wtuca ' : V cbttt-6e '^outd have improved \t\ be saie'ifteff out when -/ sh^-r-ed. The attention ot' your friends mu...

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

I ADVERTISEMENTS. __ PB^ ANTED— - An active and intelligent *^* LAD as an Apprentice, to learn the Printing business. Apply at the Launcetton l Advertiser Office. — — ' ¥. ? ' ' ? . ' '' '-?' finarANTE©.— A YOUNG GIRL,-rf PT about twelve or fourteen years of age m aNURSBRY MAID, and one who can make tterself generally useful.— Apply at the Commer Rial Tavern, Launceston, near the Wharf. 4 ^llVCh^th, 1831. 'iL; h . ? — : — ? ?? ? ? — : ? ;— . Ktf ANTED.--.A BlcksmHlj. Reference W^^as to ability and character wiU be I jHarch 13tb, 183K ??';-.??'.-, J ? Ptt*#aye1o~Englan&. .—. — WANTJ3D!-:Ajte^ ^fco take ~cliarge3«^£h5dreii tem TTencjoo Siiglajid.^^N'^iie iwed^apply 'whose cha actfr will not bear the strictest scrutiny :? Fdr4turther4*articulars, *$ ply at t^ie^Office i of this *aper.^ ? - iMmraTy^8thyrg31 . ^ WAJNTEJD Lixm ,ar three sheets of GOP PER, the tlrinnertfrcTjeUerr^ Apply at the office o I thisj»aper, ?— : ^fa|^RiTliSrGal.--Any Persons who may y^ require Letters, M«r...

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

Wifce^hiftt — ' — I Jtfaefc c^th^owse** j 'Yf tiow-naiifceen . 1 J^sandiirlsjeanfr«ck«4»a4row«ei» 1 -Girls jean ^«R«es_ 1 SMk handker,c%ieft j ^il=s1tHt3^^r~ ; '1 Naftk*?*%fo**M* 1 SiikdrtHdo. \ ^VhiJIBIwi brown do* j Te|ir%|»nle* --- --— j Cassiffcr* pantaloons ;.?? i ? — n€nn^wd«*«-XaoiBUrr -rtiffi --- -;-.-- - Jnk in i»ott!es Shoemaker* hemp Ssttne.I^ ? ' . : .. ?. _ _'.....J. I'laying cards ' Jfifehtipoks __ ... . ?i«s, fifties, ttpei and bobbins Hand bells k ^iiww, «»Mg,aii4 black lead pencils f£iTe%fsef ill ife** ? . jlrus polite* Tabtetmte ?iwiyr-giwp 1 fliSien_ L. 4 , ? -—-?-A ifrboM* of window gfass 1 Wqpetiog — ' 1 ?Wt/fr-jtmL-.; .. -. i. . ? J China mattta* - - 1 T¥o jBidp |»arJ4toPB 1 ?6 bed isafj»Hn!pH^ 1 ? :.. ? yUMflW ? ; ? ^ ? : — ? ,-?.-. ? 1 ?Jttrtfrjifli'JSijWW'^1.11^, ,-?? .tialioce&ton, Mpgc^rpift ^^' ^- from ^h^Cap*» -»f Oopd. flbpe^nd Swap River, — lire Mhd-rmcntioDt»dfiQOpS*: — , . . ? ^^^^^di^xof^ i mallei _ S^ltpetTB .-???.. . \ Milliard and Pepper ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

LATEST EUROPEAN INTEtUGENCE, We have been iVvor^d with an English paper Ihe Wrckiy Time* of thf latter ^ end ol i?eptt*nii)cr,^ anil select th« following scrajps:— .^ ; .The king has signified his intention of opening the now Parliament in person, until yvben, or nearly so, his Majesty will remain at Brighton. Ministers, it is said, intelided ,,fp transfer the collection of the Assessed taxes to the Excise and Custom-boa se-oftcers; which will only lend to make these imposts more unpopular than , (hey are already. ~:y ''.''''' Among the prominent actors^ in the French devolution wan the son of tVe notorious Thistle* woQdt^jbp^ffl^^hoJiy PQfr** pg^pfc :9gainst the Swiss Goards. — The Duke of Cambridge has purchased Chpl mondleyhouse, in Piccacjitly, nearly oppo-site the reservoir, In the Paric, which' His Hoy al Highne&s intends to make his future town -rest dence, jrhen Jn Jtngknd* ? _ ? - ? As a proof of the lDtreasing trade of th is po rt# it is worthy of notice, (bat ope ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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THE SCRIBBLER, No. 5. To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

? -Tfl*-S«ft1BBtERr^ors. To the Editor of the Lsunctston Advertiser*, Dear Sir, I was all impatience until 1 re ceived jour last paper, to see how for Ihad of fended ' the ladies,' however 1 find that things jayLBolsoJ-ajtJisJ^e*pf*tf«d*-^ — f request, that any letters respecting ' the Scribbler,*' may be addressed ' to Fuedeuic Frkemantle, care of Mr. Fawkneu Launceston,' and 1 will take care to send occasionally for w hat- ever papers may so arrive* As you have been so kind a* to place part of your valuable colums at my disposal. I sha H always ^ndaa»niw—»-t^|--Tp ? Hie space in such a manner as shall instruct and amuse. You do right to reserve to yourself the privilege of excluding 4ibels, but be Tinder no apprehensions on that score from me. 1 hate Politics; acid I abjure personality— I merely *cast a shaft at random, with the , desire that wiiere - it striker it «Btty «tick; If the l»4ies awoffended W iih%4iti \t -am sorry, tint can .most solemnly , de clare that there was not ...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

To the Editat of the Launceiton Advert iter. As it appears to me th^lherejs bo subject which more demandsthe attention of tfee Public, at the present time, than the Jtostilitj jwkich nay t exists between. tneAOorigipes andihe GoioDiBtH, (nor ought there to be ad j on which greater unanimity should prevail among, the , Peopled I take , the Jroerty of writing to youy bjr way of submitting a few ideas which have occurred, to me. with regard to the practicabiUtj of putting a stop, to the slaughter, qn &0}h s%ies which pre* —^ailb. vil1fce fe»mll j oHhb ^iiigllted rai^-to^tt^ People, although In the A«t1n#flCfo «»&4o«M-t excited by wanton crue!t|r pn. our part, has now attained such * pitch, Ithat nothing sho^t * of the examination of the wfcit^ M to be tlie?aim of the £-avage5; :J^mm wMh' them has therefore ererjpprospect of being in.^ terminable. Wherei wo nation^ Jtr^ at w*rv thei always thiive * emeboqe of contention, vhicfi fs known to both. The bne peeks to obtajoi ...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

To the Editor of the Launcef^n Advertiser. ? ? air, .?.-._?..:.?. Having long had it in contemplation to address you upon the subject of Instillation ; and perceiving you intend to treat ©f the subject in your flext paper, 1 flow write hoping »f# ?/f!f»er will ^e taken at my remark, my i»fe«^on being t« point out whajt i thiuk likely to be beQehcial to jh-? Community ; and particularly to ' those concerned in Agricultural piirfiuitM. Observing you pass great encomiums upon a certain Distiller whose liqueurs and Gin. you bestow great praises upon, I beg^eaTe to tlissent from -^our opinion ^ ?f -the latter article, which it is the height of ridicule, to compare with Sckietkmy+r in fact any i Spirit but Whiskey, however as this Gentleman has done material service by introducing Colonial -pirits, though of a smbaky, whi&kyfied flavor; and inferior to the tp#r*/ ' Lindo* G/n,* I shall refrain; from further^cmark, ^Jfl^iineJLiaajrJje_ tin u roved. . . .^~ .' -^ ??'*?- ? . J-.;-^ ....

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

LOCALITIES. ~-€r«jm.EMEN««SRe_are infoimfed that seyera4 gentlemen-apply ing to ihemBelyesijftur remarks . ofhst week* respecting the insults offered to lone females, have been pleased to be t4 very wrath.? We are not much moved by this, for, , u Shall we be frightened when a madman stares.' If so we should be jiu worthy our pen. We there fore declare that angry or not angry, we shall expose them, if they continue such practices. Dr. Hali^raw.— Sinc€-our4ast4-uhlicatioD jg which we mentioned the distress of this talented gentlemen, w« find that death has put a period . to all /(/# worldly affections. His family however are still in poverty. Alas ! how frequently is this the fate of genias and philanthropy. i4ad Dr. . H a LLoa an felt less for the distresses of others, he would have been a wealthy man. Who will feel for- his fatherless family, it the Public do not i The Streets.— ; We were fearful that the , Streets of Lauivces ton, would not ha?e any ma« Serial improV^tteihtriiiaile...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

1V11HUKLLAME0U S. ?occu red last Sunday, in the parWh jchurch of n to woliioi jraany iniles fram^iM ami»T*tef. The —-clerk having given out the hymn, waiterl, asnsual, ?for the tune to 'be played on lire organ 'before the congregation commenced singing. All, 4iovM»ver, -was stilt in the OTj»aii gallery; upon -w-hich jtjiej clerk, rendered impatient byjfhe delay, put his: 4»a«d-4:o-hfs — inotithjr in 1h«riorjri oT a speakinst trumpet, ajixiousjio^jdonbt, ^ Ihiflrnoiie but the person he addressed should be the wiser for what be said, and vocUeratejd^JSJiati J3ST3^re~flo= organist to-day ?' The bellows-blower, the only ?fticial person in the gallery, adopting the natu ral aid to sound employed by his superior, bawled out in the general idiom of the place, ** Neaw, — bee'* drunk i bed !' After this satisfactory expla nation, the J-sal rood f proceeded without tue usual accompaniment— -Man cheater Advertiser. ? — — State of Morals in England.— The Leads In tel (if en eer oi Thursday cont...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1831

HISTORY ANB POLITICS. Land Regulations. — From the field of discussion on European Politics, where mighty interests clash the one with the other — where a single stroke-of the pen may cause cities to blaze, and rivers of blood to flow —   where in spite of all that we can say, things will reoaiiii as they are— we turu t|j*gu ted, b ving gone through the subjects whi-»n we l*ud :ynt f -r d ^tuition. It U not oft n *h it Wf» feel disposed to'graftt the name of Poli cies to local tsircumfrtances ; but ttie subject ¥T u'ch we, have selected for oar fMr^fient ob servations being: part «ttd parcel of i tie Po licy nl* Rnglafitl, is fairly entitled to aj-lac& in the first d* vision of m& paper. To us+as an agricultural people, there can be nottsiijg-~ tnore interesting ^d imp -r tan tten the t*» gula»ions affecting Luftd. Whether; we remain under onr present constitution* or. wa tiier thew worlfiogof eyetits^ stoall change --u form of Groveroment wliellief we p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS. VWl 'T£ XJfldcrsi -? ned has received per the M-. Thomm Lawrie^ from England, Eli zabeth and BnrreU, Irom Sydney, and the Aa**, from tlu Cape of Good Hope and Swan River, the uR«et mentioned GOODS :— Brazil Negro-head Tobacco, in small figs Saltpetre Musi aid and Pepper Starch Soap Sugar ' ;, - Slops m ? Cheese Clover and Hyp-grass Seeds - Ironmongery - . 3-boshel Sa'-ks and Sa-Jc«»fir ? Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel Hats Port wine -Newnran & Co's) Pale Shefry, English Claret Cape Wine, in hhds,aud quarter-casks Taylor'nHPorter ? Gharri igton's Ale. Brandy, Hum A few cases of Superior Hollands Limestone of an excellent quality, from Swan River ; and a general assortment ol other Goods. IN addition to the above, n«w landing* from the Mary, nnd on ale at the Stores ot the undersigned . — 20 casks superior bottled ale — — — Ladies Lfgh--m, Split ^traw and imitation bonnets Boys' Leghorn fustian and obi bats Maids D«*von bonnets ? r ? Patent J-uns^aW^obiandJTnscan^...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

riii*; ? ? wwtMwi$S8.,M *,:; ' .n CHED|TatLli . A»itCi-rtTEbr THE LATE Klka^f ^Ijearly iWye^rsSag^tfislBte Majestn^npunPruK^e ©fWaleswBflsoexcr^ingrvttrfenttbJhav^JOOI. at an 4)oor of svtb u daf, a00'1' nito «busual a ' a manner, that ihe ^getitteinBd ^?fttrvi^d the ^apply hud sosfte -cnrio-iitv eofcnow Mti-wbd |wr poMeMtt \- us nbtainedj 'On inquiry be! was-lntortD- ed tna* tfee ninmenttN m-mev«rrrv-Hv -he Prince ?drew -» a piir «ef bootSv pdlM»off ^ciwt ahd ?' waistcoat, i slipped 1 on a fjlain a^TBihtti'lTOck, I wtthom j^«^%w^ lawilftt^^^H^o tW tr^wn; I oTThr beadT7^ t ^n^^^onehvd ^ h«iJjpii^^lb-» that wiiiwk, Thej wiU tsitMruin jou by ihe h curiosity, and~with some trouble the ^cntlemaii discovered the object of the mysjterinut visit. Ao offi'*»r ef the army had just «r rived from America with a wife and *ix c/.ildren, in such low circura* Stances -» that, to satisfy some clamorous credit or 9 he was on the point of selling his commission, to the utter rain of his family* The Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

..-., wnol^ste^p^gefflott^a^iyhle terms;, - --7 7 ? .__ ? jp ? - Crftflipric wi__lmt_rii__- ' ? — ??- ' * ?-? ? ? White am! colored waistcoats ? Prab cassimere trowsarg ._: ? __ - Y^M« nankeen., ftr. ,j .h ^ .:_j Striped jeans ~ -*?'-? ' I t^rhke and brovwSlt, . .; ? ' - -~~~~- -''-'? i ? Velveteen jio.' 4 ' : f Uf': „-,??? CasMoiere pantaloopf ; . ?— ,— - : i:.» _ ^ M '--tBv'-1 ^Wdef 4in\ canfetifriV — ' ?/'.'-. ,. sf ;: Irk in bottle* ' ' ' ' ' * '? ? ? :- ? *-?--?-- --f- ? £f- e makers 4iei_ti ' ' ??',,???'? -\ '' ;?-???' ? ? T^'ne ; ?;? ' ?':;? :-' ;fv ''?? ? ' ???'::: 1'ikstaiids :'-i' ?? ? ? ' '?''''????' '?.- .Kiii vMs, forks, and steels of alt itercriptioiis ; ? Flaying: cards ' ' r ^l: ''? ?? ?' ?yisjuicfikr'; - _ ? . ...;? ? vl .- ? ^ - Fius, needles, tapes and bobbins r- ?? Hfetia beps ' ?????? ? : ? -t? k'- - -? ? Betf pMis ; - ' ? -? *'-.'?? ,--^ — SeaiibgWax , quSHs, and black leald' pencils . Screwspf all sizrs .' ; ' ? '? ''-^' O-* - ? ?' 'Commode and d tower n»bs -,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

VAI4J A BuThOKS! $. Ti»^P Mil by Kuoiic Aucci^n, toy Mf*mi€H4HD WHlTE|.^-th«»LauTice8t'ii Auak-i» Ro^/tos and Cornwall Cemmiafcion Stores* on Saiutd*? wex, the SiJi instant, if not previously disposed -»t frfriPrh 'ate^Contract, '_ ? ??::_i=:iLJ:fi.-:..:,.. ?|J|.- Colony \x— ''. ''-. _. ..''.'. ? ~^==A Bay W A- K, 4 jears old, by Ohcar. on* of Bvndanna» an Indian Mare, in foal to Young A Bay MARE, (J years old, l»y Oscar, in foal to CLEVELAND.^ _ ?- .' ' -??'' _, ? A. -RfowiirMAJJS.^^ypar8~(pli|» 1ty Derm ent, in -onl to Young, - ll? £L and, with* ioai bj her . »«d«»t by Oocvtt. ? ~~ — ihejLeJL were bre.i by J«hn Me Arthur, ? S^*JLjiliJte&'-4a!ii^4^^ ? ' era, »., .^h iiu pur led iron tJiejUd^i- Colo- ns, will,. it is presumed, be sufficient 10 1 en?ii k- 1 *nv judge of iioi,hi'rfl^*mbat they *re not inie- 1 » I J.01 ^ifljnjJHfimfc-in i be Island. _ . . -1 -,7 -.'', I T»- n* wm any -i»* pivviou* to Sale, on appli* j rat ? n to Mr. Rich ako White, at the JLauncestou TEftMS—PRO...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

'- WlICR istfiLIiGENCB. ~—. '.- — The following ca»eKt h»ve been disposed of ??— ! John Hot»i e:lo, drnnkennes» and riotous i*on* duct; and breaking »he window* o» the house of Mr. Barker, fined five shillings, ^ound «»ve« 19 keepf the peace (ot 3 tnonthft, and pay -for th« dflm»-es done to the window. - — ^G^iMiGE^LOF;, -charged ^ -with-iiaviig-JMi— th#_ ? „ night' of th** lltn 1 Warch, feloniously eute^d^^o -d WX'Hniy1ii5p¥^^1~^irirES~8»KTa s ,~imd~Theil^TM^ C th^re feloniously stealing, taking and carrying away one ^addlW, of the valu^ of live pounds* ,GDmjnitied for Mial befotejtbe ^upr^ me Court. BENjiMtN Black, cbar^vd wth striking # constable in 1 be executletv '.'of hU duty. Fuid two pounds. ._????? Fiavna Guthrcc, charged with harbouring sv prisoner of the cowny fined fiv*» pounds. Joan Me Don vlo, charged with having, on or about the ni^ht or the 1 1th March, felonious! f stolen, taken, and carried away suttdrv pieces of calico, from the d wetling-houie of John Dl -Mo.vd» ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, Ko arrivals during the week. Sailed. : _ On the 29th?—The schooner Friendship, for CJircn - far Head, with a cargo of sundries, for the V* D\infj:fsLttud Company. Pa&sei gers,— John Wi«. ? laMd^)f|Mjgtoael--Bffentiaii?- anil 2 'assigned ' wrvau'lsr Oft llw^Ut,— The schooner Prioce Regent, CaptaL ? .J.—Hasselj-for flobart Town, with 5000 bushels vifrat, shipped by J, & j. Solomon, and a tew packages of sundries, Passenger,— Thomas Gory. Vessels remaining in the HA&fcxitui; Rtiijis, Barrel and Mary ; brigs Cleopatra, Eliza b'th and Czar ; schoouee Kate and Resolutiori. — ? -Arrived at IIobar? Town. ? _On the 2«th.— The transimrt ship Red Rover, froir Portsmouth ISfh Nov., vith 166: male prisoners, .2 navii u diedon the pasgape. Surgeon $uperintend^iii Dr Obsorn, R. N. Pawengers.— Major Croker, . Kifi. Croker, and 2 children ; with 89 4«nk and Gir t)t the 17th Regt. On the 28th. —The brie Fame, John Watson, Com ma der, from LiTerj:)ooTf-th...

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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

l-ATWt-HUidviis 'HinitA&W*. The News from our Aativ* H time by the Red HRover is of the first importance. .Agreeably to the Koja! sumntonH, the fi-st lJartiamertt of His, present Maj' si- met on the 26th of October, and on the 2nd November the king delivered the speech front th* -thibn« in person, ft is especially contains -a -osiiiye dec^ajatioji of-State ecr-n'omyk and i- 1 aces at the disposal of the Commons the whole Jteriditur y revipiiues df_the Crown. As usual however. « he opponents ot t|ie Government found many faoUs with it, and Specially for its want of allusion t- lite distresses jot the poor, and to the sabject of reform. It J» clear, however, that at this time, when the revolutionary mania of Fraucp aud the Netherlands omr«- or less afftrts ; every nation of Europe, Government did not cou* sider it prudent to make any alteration in the - foimer -»tate of thingh by which the controlling power of the Mate roigh in the least decree be twe-akejed so as to cramp or ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

it j , endeavouriBf t-- instruct mankind, that w * .???? .-?«* j ?We' t« pntctue ih%at general virtue which comprehends theUveof ?M. -?=-=— MoHnsQiruio.' V1 - ' I -: - ? ? ? ? _^__ ? . . Li i --'-', ' ' ' ? : ['???' MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 1831. Wet eagiia yodcr ieuu pleasant necc sity of comiag before a ur r^a^e.s, ia a s;:apc by *oo me»Q8 pleasing to- ih* *ye* H-- v ng ' b en disappointpd in rfCfiving^ our supply ».-f printing paper, we have beon driven to the alters tive of using India paper, audtluit too of so small a *ize, that our ptge.s will carce ly come is. If our sobsc ibers wi!S excii^ ns for this week only* it shall not occur again. We have procured some indiaD paper of a Ivger size, but at too late a moment to render it of sevice for tSia week. Our next positively' will assume iti former ppearanee, al^hougf1 pe?hap the quality »f tjie paper may not be -«o go* d as we could ish. ihp fact is, that we supplied the Government Printer with a quantify of pa jeronloan, on the expre...

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