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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 August 1827

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 1, 1827. THE Transport-ship Governor Ready hav- arrived from England with Male Con-   victs, Settlers and others in want of Assigned Servants, are requested to make immediate Application, in Writing, to the Principal Su- perintendent of Convicts, agreeably to the existing Regulation. By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett. &ïrt>ertt0ement0. DRUGGIST'S SHOP.-W. Wise, Druggist, begs leave to inform his Friends »nil the Public, that he has removed from his late Residence in Murray-street, to the more commodious Premises* adjoining Mr. Light foot's, the Tailor, in Elizabeth-street, lately occupied as the Printing-office of Mr. Howe. In submitting the above information, W. Wise begs most respectfully to return his sincere Acknowledgments to those Persons who have so liberally supported him since his Establish- ment ; and begs to assure them, and the Pub- lic in general, that as far as the most minute attenti...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Colontal Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 August 1827

Colonial Times   ---------- HOBART TOWN FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1827. We had, at the beginning of this week, began to draw a face, nearly two feet in length because we had no matter. How- ever Tuesday morning absolutely deluged us with news, and we sat down up to our knees in newspapers, asking ourselves a few serious questions as to where we should be- gin. Patience and perseverance worked through them, and we have the satisfaction of presenting our Readers with a Paper, such as it is.—At all events we have the latest English and Sydney news in the Colony. Apropos, of English news and Newspapers, such is the spirit of rivalry among the English prints, as to size, that many of them are becoming absolutely unweildy. The Old Times first set the example, and was called the "Coun   terpane, in consequence, The Morning He-   rald, shortly after, appeared on a larger size sheet still; and presently out comes The Atlas, twice the size of either, contain- in...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 August 1827

-£Wp k*bj*». Arriveóf o# Mond.ty> last- tlíe brig Jkon, Captain Alexander IíéWh¿ ((Mtoèftf of the' sliip ,VViinarn'ShiMÏd), 275" t»ns*tftfrtnW from Engiirndi with" n\ercfmndize andHV passai* geiï.-Shelefí'the Dowtfs the^th of AfAil, and orr her passage touched at St. Jago. The names of the- passengers- are-(in- the» Cabin)-Mr. HindspHr,_Mr'. JoHhsdri, Mrá. HMzf zard and thrte children-(in the steerage)' Mrs. White, Mr. Clues, Miss Clues, Mrs. Gross, and Mr. Wilson.-Agents, Messrs. Kemp & Co. "Same day arrived, the cutter Emma Kemp, Mt. William M'Meekan master, from Syd -ney 16 days', with a full cargo of mer- chandize, viz.-34 planks of cedar, 174 bars of iron, and 3 cases, for Mr. Commis- sary Moodie ; 4 baskets of Batavia sugar, 37 kegs of red herrings,: 1 case hardware, 4 hirds, ditto, 2 cases of oranges, 2 cases of cheese and 1 box of pepper, for Mr. G. Day ; 124 bags of sugar and 3 cases of fruit, for Mr. Guy ; 2 bags of sugar and 1 case for Mr. Bannister; 44 bags of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 August 1827

ÎOR LONDON DIRECT.-The line mmirir _ fast-sailitig Ship Harvey, 300 ^ Tons Register, Glqrgl Fin »li y, Comman ' der. will return from Sydney to this Port » with all convenient Speed, and will sail in November; has most superior^Accommoda. tion for Passengers, and a considerable part of her Cargo already engaged.-For Freight or Passage apply to W. Evans, Esq. on board ; or to Kemp & Co. Agents. (£3~ The Stores of Kcmp & Co. are open for the teception of Wool as it may arrive from ihe Couulry, for the convenience of the Shipper._ 10R ENGLAND DI It EC T.-Ihe F ^táaaa,, J. good Ship L4.NG, to sail imme- diately on her return from Syduey.-For Freight or Passage apply-to _"_W. A. Bethuvt1, Agent. xá§E& 1j,01í SYDNEY DIRECT.-To sail |*ffiglgF Jj with all possible Dispatch, the fane fast-sailing Brig LION, Alexander Kenn, Commander ; nas most superior Accommoda- tion for Passengers, and Room for a tew Tons of Goods.-Apply to Captain Kenn, on hoard ; 01 to_Ki mp &...

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The Duke of Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

&t)e Huäe of tilamxce. The last Government Gazette says-*J The income of the Duke and Duchess of Clarence has been augmented to i?35,000, which is still £15,000 less than the Princess Charlotte when heiress presumptive-a striking, proof of the.principle of economy which now re- gulates the British Government."-Upon this subject, the Sunday Times, of Feb. 35, states, " While the recent anxjety to worship the ,* Rising Sun,' by voting away a distressed nation's funds is exciting indignation in seve- ral parts of the country ; it ought to be known that the Duke of Clarence already enjoys from various sources, ,£42,000, besides Bushy park Ran ger ship and House. But this is not all. The Misses FUzclarence possess a pen- sion of £2500. Why is this ? What public services have they rendered the nation ? We believe they are very excellent young ladies, but they have rio more real claim on the ex- hausted funds of the country than their un- fortunate mother. It has indeed been said t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

For London Direct The fine fast-saling Ship Harvey, 300 Tons register, will return from Sydney to this Port ier, will return from Sydney- to this Port with all convenient Speed, and will sail in November ; has most superior Accommoda, ion for Passengers, and a considerable part >of her Cargo already engaged.-For Freight >or Passage-apply to VV. Eyans, Esq. on-board ; >r to ' Kemp &. Co. Agents. J _-P* The, Stares^oF Kemp-ÍCCo- míe open ¡or the reception of Wool as it may arrive rom the Country, for the'convenience of the nipper. OR ENGLAND DI ii ELT_The -=j<c___ good Ship L4.NG, to sail itpme _ lately" on her Return from Sydney.-For Speight-or Passage apply to _W.'A Bethune, Agent. ¡¿HIP LUCY ANNE.-The above, -j___^ j Vessel will Sail in a few Dajs' Bbr Sydney.-For Freight or Passage apply to ¡the Captain, on boaid ; or to _1_Ki mp and Co Agent«. CTOR SYDNEY DIíit,LT^-lo sail L1 willi all possible Dispatch, the fanefast-saiting 6ng liIX)N,...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

Co (iiomgjpottídtint* . The Communication of " A. R. V." cannot be attended to .this week. " An Exile," does not shew sufficient point. We shall however be happy to hear from him, ns he promises. Several new Country Correspondents have leen received this week, promising tis communi- cations.-We need not assure them that we shall be happy to receive their essays and intelligence .mt all times. , The Letter of a Clarence Plains Settler, is under consideration. Sitting Magistrate-J. Thomas, Esq.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

T (Soumiiiunt Notice*. Colonial Secretary's Office, august 6, 1827. ~~IHE Transport-ship Persian having arrived _ with Female Convicts, Settlers aad others in want qf Servants, are requested to make immediate Application, in Writing, to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts. REQUIRED for the Public Service, the under-mentioned Articles :-Demy paper, 5 reams , wafers, 10 lbs. ; iron, small round bar, 1 ton ; ditto, small square ditto, 1 ton, worsted, 2 lbs., eui b chain, strong, 70 fa- thoms ; sheep skins, dressed, 1 gross ; size, quantity^required for the next six months. pender*,, sealedf and .^ndorscd "^Tenders, for Stores,"- with the prices- stated in words >at length, will be received at this Office, until noon of Tuesday the 14th August.-Samples to be sent on the same dajito the Ordnance Store- keeper. By Command of Efts Excellency+ I i/ J. Burnktt. 1 "Hull lie hotter- ." PERSONS' havirisfchbsen'ljocàtions.i-lst, on the Jordan ¡RiveV, near the Broa¡d Marsh1/-2nd, between ...

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Supreme Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

âuprem* Court. Monday, August 6. I William Pickess, stealing 9 pigs, the pro- perty of J. Gordon, Esq.-Guilty. John M'Dermott, stealing wheat, value 3s. the property of Mr. W. Kimberly.-'Guilty. Tuesday, August 7. Paul Peers, stealing 9 pine boards, the pro- perty of His Majesty.-Guilty. William Cooper and James Drury, stealing one piece pine plank, the property of His Majesty.-Not guilty. James M'Clintock, stealing from the pre- mises of Alexander Read, Esq. two shirts and other, articles, the property of the said A. Reid.-Discharged by the Chief Justice. , John Middleton, sheep-stealing.-Dischar- ged by the Chief Justice. Thujrsday, August 9. Joseph James Johnson, feloniously embez- zling £3 3s. monies received for and on ac- count of his master, W. Seccombe, Esq. Guilty. Deaths.-At Paris, March 27, the Duke of Rochefaucauld, aged 81.- March 2, at Na- ples, Lady Emily Montagu, daughter of the Duke of Manchester.-In the same month, Mr. Charles Dignum, the celebrated signer, aged 62...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

Ship News   Arrived on. Sunday last, the transport-ship Persian, Captain,Robert Plunkett, from the Downs 14th April, with 66 female prisoners.- Surgeon and Superintendent, Dr. Patton.- Passengers, Robert McLeland, Esq. (son of Baron McLeland, of Dublin), Attorney-Gene- ral for this Colony ; Mr. Kennedy, Clerk to ditto; Messrs. R. Newman, J. Hewitt, H.   Hinksman, Police Officers, from Bow-street ; Mrs. Sarah Newman, and three children, Mrs. Maria Hewitt, and one child, and Mrs. Eli-   zabeth Hinksman, wives of the above ; Mary Wilby, and three children ; Mary Simcox,   and two children ; Mary Protman, and three children, and Ann Bowen, and one child ;   besides seven children, the wives and children of prisoners in the Colony. Same day arrived the ship Lucy Anne,   Captain Dacre, from Sydney the 27th ult. with merchandize, among which are 200 baskets of Brazil tobacco, from the house of Raine and Ramsey.-P...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

* ** Tg tíusEdiior^ofiht Colonfal, Tpinisiiva Silly-The letter"which 1 had. the honour, brough the medium of your valuable Paper, « to lay before theJPublic, on the subject; of ' f the"management of the" Mechanics' Institu- tion," some time since, has, I .find, tickled the tender feeUngs,'$f<oneof the Aristocrats ; who, stung, with vexation, tharne and his .faction (I say his faction, because to me, he appears to be the principal on this, as a cer- tain individual -was.on a recent pat ty occa- sion) should be thwarted, in their designs, " pounces upon me, .the pauvre " Numskull," like an eagle on a defenceless lamb,! and'in a *. letter " to the Editor of the Tasmanian^" ? signed " Opifex," attacks me tooth and nail. +'* Opifex" appears to be very wroth, and full of ire and anger, that a poor man, I mean, one whose breadAdepends upon his hands la- bour, should dare to enter the literary arena, leave his plumb-line a moment for his pen to speak of a grievance which he sees,...

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To the Editor the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

To the Editor of the Colonial Times. Sir,-You last week thought proper to re- fuse insertion,to my letter, in reply to "A Settler," on the grounds that both parties had already occupied a portion of your co- lumns. I beg again to address you, and to   urge, that my opponent has had the advan- tage of a second communication, while I have had none, save what your liberality bestow- ed, in your own comments, when Lieut. Cur   ten's statement appeared. I have only a few remarks to offer. Whether you insert them or not, is of no great consequence to the Public, but still it would oblige me ; and pardon me when I say, I think it no more than justice, that they should appear. Leaving you and your Readers to refer to ''A. Settler's" se-   cond letter, if they think proper, I beg to state ;-First, I have been absent from the   Colony 14 months, therefore I could not ill treat a servant in Van Diemen's Land, for the last l8. Secondly, the ma...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 10,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 10 August 1827

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 10,1827. The arrival of the Persian transport, puts us in possession of British intelligence to the 13th of April, of no less importance than a change in the British Minisiry--an »vent sud- den, though long expected.-We mentioned in our last, that Lord Liverpool's friends had tendered Ms resignation ; and that Mr. Secre- tary Canning and Mr. Secretary Peel were spoken of, as his Lordship's successors. The , current rumour was in favour of Mr. Canning ; and The Times of the 8th of Api ii, says . " The Duke of Rutland had an interview with the King \>a Saturday, and expressedhis opposition to Mr. Canning as Premier; and that be was authorised by the Dukes of Beau- fort and New castle, and Lord Lonsdale, : to signify their determination not to support Mr. Canning, should His Majesty, in the exercise of his Prerogative, make that Gentle- man his Prime Minister." .The Ministerial Papers treated this state- ment as wholly without foundation ;...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

Freight and Passage FOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine fast-sailing Ship HARVEY, 300 Tons register, GEORGE FINDLAY, Comman- der, will return from Sydney to this Port with all convenient Speed, and will sail in November ; has most superior Accommoda- tion for Passengers, and a considerable part of her Cargo already engaged.-For Freight or Passage apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & Co. Agents.   The Stores of Kemp & Co. are open for the reception of Wool as it may arrive from the Country, for the convenience of the Shipper. FOR ENGLAND DIRECT.- The good Ship LANG, to sail imme-     diately on her return from Sydney.-For Freight or Passage apply to W. A. BETHUNE, Agent. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, to any Port, the fine fast-sailing Ship   PERSIAN, Captain PLUNKETT.-Stands A.l. at Lloyd's. Has superior Accommodation for Passengers.-Apply to the Commander, on board ; or to KEMP and Co. Agents FORR SYNDEY_The Australian...

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ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

The King had taken up his residence at Brighton during the winter. The health of his Majesty, as far as we can learn, appears to be comparatively re-established. , If there be any truth in the following pa- ragraph, it would seem that his Majesty has woudertully rallied in health, and that the English people, in place of having to mourn the loss of their Sovereign, an event which was not very improbable a few months ago, will have the opportunity of rejoicing at his wedding : It is rumoured in the fashionable circles at the West, that the Highest Personage has en- tertained very serious thoughts ot entering into Holy Matrimony. The personage on whom fame-confers the high distinction, is of illustrious birth, though of foreign descent, and is just entering into her seventieth year. Report also assigns to the Princess FeadOre the possession ot those graces add ¿hat fasci- nation of which the illustrious personage has alwa'ys entertained a just appreciation. The Commissioners under the...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

To the Editor of the Colonial Times. Sut,-It was with the greatest surprise and regret, I beheld a paragraph in your Paper of the 3d instant, stating, that several rob- beries had been committed during'the, last week on the high road between Hobart "Co»«* «wd-JtaMMíiieratir'ye'rrj, toy the^É*oUd;»meh* em- ployed between those stations, generally supposed to be under the superintendence of 'Lieg^enajftt Richaidson.-I know not whe- ther any thing is indirectly a I hided, to by its being supposed, but the able manner in which he has conducted his department, has, 1 be- lieve, given -satisfaction to all classes.--You state, that the overseers consider themselves privileged to allow men to be absent from their huts after night-fall, if they think pro- per.-Upon what authority you state it, I know not; but 1 trust the overseers know their duty, both as men-aiid soldiers, better than to disobey th,e orders' of their superin^ tending otficej' ; and it mijjht have bden si- lent better than t...

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Van. Diemen's Land Agricultural Company. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

Van. DiêinerCi Land Agricultural Company. A General Meeting of,.the' Proprietors of Shares in the above Company ' was held "on Wednesday, March 14^ at the office ¡of the Association, in Old Broad-street. J/PEARCE, Esq. ttte Governor, in the Chair.1 ' ¡ '* ¡ , The CH\IRM\N stated, that'the inip'bi'Uht undertaking in which they''were eiigaceHT vix. that of cultivating a "large pôrtibft of the waste lands in Van Diemen's Lahdi ariä a'lso'for.prodqfcing the finest wool, byadopt ing the best mode of rearing.she'ep1, had, he was happy'to say, contmuea to'*receive the countenance and support of the Colonial De-" partment.' His Majesty's Government had, However, shewn au unwillingness to grant these lands, which Were 'in theVieinity bf the present settlers, and had therefore inti-' mated, that if sufficient good land could be found in the north-west quarter bf the coun- try, the Company might suit themselves.- j This grant would be distant from the other ' settlements, and would be, in fact...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

Ship News.   Sailed'on Sunday ISst^for, Portfjaçjfcon, the brig Lion/Capt.Alexandër/Kenri, with the «remainder of her original' Cargo vfrom, England.rrPassengers, Mr. Hindson/ MrsVJ Haïzard airtlf3" children, Mrs. Whiter MrsTand Miss Clues, Miss Wilson, and Mrs. Gross. Sailed on Wednesday last the ship Lucy Ann,, Captain Dacre, with.3,300 bushels of wh.eat -1800 belonging to Mr. C.Wright, 1500 io Capt. Dacre.-Passengers, W. Dawes, Esq. Mr. Smith, who came in the Lang, Mr. and M rs. C* Wright, Mr. Appleton, and Rich. Hanson. Arrived at Launceston, on Sunday last, the brig Currency Last, from Sydney, with coals, and merchandize.-Passenger, Mr. Hassal. Arrived in the Tamar, on Monday, the     schooners Hunter and Henry from Sydney. The ship Harvey Capt. Findlay, will sail to-morrow for Sydney, with about 500 bush- els of wheat, and several tons of potatoes. Capt. Speak, of the H. E. I. C. Service, who came here in the cruizer Research, for the &am...

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Dinner to captain Cooling. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

Dinner to Captain Cooling. On Friday last, a number of Gentlemen connected with agricultural and mercantile interests of the County of Cornwall, gave a splendid dinner, at the Launceston Hotel, to Captain Cooling, of the ship Admiral Cock- burn, in remembrance of this vessel taking in the first cargo of Colonial produce, for a foreign market, at Launceston. W. E. Lau- rence, Esq. was in the Chair. Among others present were-Messrs. Thomas Archer, T. G. Gregson, P.A. Mulgrave, James Cox, and G. A. Walker, Magistrates; and the following Merchants and Agriculturists :-Messrs. Tho- mas and J. H. Reibey, W. Gray, J. Sinclair, W. Barnes, T. Williams, H. Widowson, Adam Thomson, G. W. Gleadow, J. Ranken, Geo. Cathcart, J. Archer, R. Dry, R. Laurence, A. Walker, G. W. Barnard, Captain Barclay, Captain Stewart, and Captain B. B. Thomas. -The evening was spent with the greatest harmony and conviviality; and the party   were delighted with some very excellent songs given by Messrs. ...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 August 1827

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1827. The Right Hon. GEORGE CANNING having been created Prime Minister of England, it was supposed he would be elevated to the Peerage. Some of the papers, however, treat this with contempt, alleging that they think he will not be induced to quit the House of Commons. The British Traveller says, that   is the theatre of his glory. It was there he acquired influence and fame. The great PITT was all-powerful in the Commons; but from   the day he took a title, his glory fast descend- ed into night. Another question, pretty much discussed, was, as to the office which Mr. .Canning should fill-some affirming, that he would take the Treasury, and with it the Premiership ;-others, that he would retain liis present office, as Foreign Minister, and also act as Chancellor of' the Exchequer. But this latter is a vague, ridiculous, and in our opinion groundless report. Prior to his appointment, it seems that most of the Bi...

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