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SCHEDULE D. Awaid or Assessment 0f Damage. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

SCHEDULE D. ' -" 1 Awaid or Assessment 0/ Damage. ' Whereas J. K. of (place) in Van Diemen's Land (descrip-. tion) lately distrained and impouuded certain estate of A.B. of (place) in Van Diemen's Land, (description^,for damage done to the said J. K. by them. And "Whereas We$ L. M. of (place) in Van Diemen's Laud, (description) and W. H. of (place) in Van Diemen's Land (description) were nomi- nated mutually by the said J. K. and A. B. as arbitrators,to assess the sum. or, amount to be paid for such damage. And "Whereas t J. H. P. Esquire, am the' Justice residing nearest to the place where the trespass by such cattle was committed. (Now we the said arbitrators, [Or,"I, the said Justice) do assess the- amount of t.Ueb damage at (sum awarded) and award the same to be paid by rthc said A. B. to the said J. K. accordingly (where the award is by such Justiee, and he awards any costs, add as follows) apd I the said Justice do award as costs the sura of-to be paid by the said to the said ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

N SCHEDULE C. L" ' ' Bond to abide by asses'smcntytöhereth^ '.,'"'? ]--Jl-yî%;X\'ù'}'??',ü¡nn?'9é'fc$4w?ÇaV.;..'vi->T:i-- H::'; > >:.v ??; Know allomen by, these prosehiSjÜiat^v^A^B. ofV-(pIaoe) in' Van pieineri\< L'àndj .(description) and, .Ci,D. of ¡(place) 'in VanDie'men's Laiid'^dèscnptionyarè, held,and firmly bound, .uhto'jV K..óf (place) in Van Diemen's Land (description).in the sumôf "£" '' ofjawful money of Great Britain, to be paid lo the said. J.'K. or his'Attorney, Executors,.Administrators, or', AssignSj'for s'ùch payment to be made we do bind ourselves jointly and severally, aud our respective, heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by-lhese presents. Dated ibis" day. of one thousand eight hundred and . . ;. ...."' ; Whereas, (enumerate Ihe animals impounded) the pro- ' petty of .'lae above bounden A. B. have beeii distrainedland : impounded'by the, above-named J. K.'for damage done to him ¡ at-(the place where the trespass was committed) as the...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Criminal Court, APRIL 12, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

' Criminal Court, ' APRIL 12, 1830. i Nicholas Crawley, stealing a hat, discharged by proclama- tion , WEDNCSDW, APRIL 11, 1830 ! George Peart and his wife were pul to the bar, charged with the wilful murder of John Pilkington, a prisoner servant of the attorney General It appeared in evidence (hat the two prisoners with the de ceased, and a man named Jeffery, wcie allât the prisoncis' house on the day of the mordor, and continued till a late hour in the evening carousing and pla3iug at caïds About 12 o'clock af night, the next door neighbour, Mr Brown, was j alarnied by a violent scuffle in Peart s house, and the female prisoner was heard to thrciton the men if they did not go away, and it appeared tint at this time the woman was m bed Subsequently the whole partj seem to have joined m the affray, and Pilkington tell donn, having been stabbed lo the heart with a lar^e table knife The evidence for the prose tution was chiefly confined to the testimony of the next door neighbours, Mr...

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Lines [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

\. Lines On obseiving a solitary Grave m an uninhabited part of the Bush vear the Si a Coast W hat poor wand'rer 'neath this mound does he, t W iib not a stone to tell his humble name ? s Some fair one oft for him may breathe a sigh, And auxious waits his safe return again , But she shall feel the pangs of hope deferr d, E et she shall see lum hail his native shore. Toi all that's left of him is here mterr'd ^ To rest in sleep that here shall wake no mote ' rl he birds of prey float o cr his lonely grave, Unknowing mai)-they have no cause to feai , All here is silence save the splashing wave, Borne nu the sea breeze o'er the list mug car. v J M. N . SIR WALTER SCOTTH well known to have draw u some ot Ins most celebrated diameters li uni originals of real existence, and among these few are moie admired than Eddie Ochdtiee, ni Mc Antiquary It is genei ally believed, that foi some ot the leading incidents winch idorn lins mun'*» story, the author is indebted to the adventures of a reni...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Literary Varieties. "ALL THIS IT IS TO WED." [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

Xiterary Varieties* , . . >,t >' I > l ' . .."ALL THIS-IT JS TO WED." ? «j . , ¡ I il " ' To know that merry moments fly, , < 1 * r'And not to tell how hours go by, ( } ^ , 1 > ' To hear from lips no bitter sigb, f \ { n <H i i « Hat all around see cheerily , tff. t lJ1 l All this it is to wed. , 4 , To feel the moments dreanlj, iii * , And pass the days all weanlj , ,j v Or view the eye beam tearfully 1 ' j ?,> And dread each second fearfully < u All this it is to wed. « i H To soe"the smile of blithest glee, , j To catch the kiss that's lent to thee, i^Tlie love that's from delusion tree, ' i * And wear the heart of constancy j ^s| (. Alhtbis' it is to wed. ' ¡ ' 'To pore o'er scenes by naturedrest, ¡ ii < ' To àe'à the sun-beam sink to rest, ' » Or view the moon-ray from the breast ' 3»'i Of those we love, and own we're blest 1 ' All this it is to wed. h To feel the moments absence wears, ' i ,, .To own a thousand idle fe...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

Swan River. By the arrival of the Wanstead from England, via Swan I Rhei/we are enabled to judge of the credit due to the àc 1 counts previously promulgated relative to that Settlement. v 'It would but too plainly appear from the description given'by' 1 the passengers by tbe Wanstead, that colonization in that part' of New Holland has to coniend'with difficulties almost insur 'moantable ; and it seems certain, that whatever may be the ultimate fate ef the establishment at Swan River, when British capital and British industry have been fully brought . to its aid-its natural qualities, soil and appearance, by no means correspond with the glowing prospect held out us inducements to (he Government and people of Great Britain. It is not to be doubted that all places, in a state of nature, oiler impediments to the first emigrant, that can be but faintly understood by those whose experience, has not extended be- yond countries highly'civilized,'and'communities enjoying-the minuta Varieties...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Impounding Act, continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

' ^impounding Act, continued from .pur last.) 2ö-AND be it enacted, that except m the cases next mentioned every animal impounded foi trespass shall be taken to thevpuuud nearest lo the pi ice wheie such trespass was committed Provided tnlwivb, that wleie the keeper of any such nearest pound as afousaid is tl«o owner or leputed owner or usual keeper ot any ummnl so distrained for any such Irespass us alores iid such animal moy be impounded in Ihe pound neuest but one to the place where sueb ttespass was committed by such animal And piowdcd tint where an} such animal is distrained by or on behalf ot any person being himself the keepei of such neil est pound, sucli animal shall not be impounded m such ueaiest pound but in the pound nearest but one lo the place wheie the tiespnss was com- mitted by sueh annual Ana provided a'so, that where there is no such public .pound eitabl.sbed within I went} miles of Ihe land upon flitch any sell tiespiss shall have been com- mitted, eveiy animal ...

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SCHEDULE H. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

' ' ' SCHEDULE HI'" . ' ' < | Notice of animals impounded, dated at the public,pound I district of containing columns for the date of impound- ing, the name and residence of persons impounding, the num- ber, description, and distinguishing marks of cattle,'the num- ber, description, and distinguishing marks of horses, do. do, of sheep, and do. of goals, amount st' damage claimed amount of poundage fees, charges for food and water. If these ani- mals be not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by Jaw, they will be sold by me at the' said pound on the day of according to the provisions of the Impounding Act. - Dated this i day of t' < < 6 . . ' ' J ' A. B. Poundkeeper.

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The Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

I :\ ^; . '? The Mauritius. I liy the Queen Chat lotte, which arrived on "Wednesd iy last, ne hive recen od'the jMiunitiui- Joui nats up to the lTth Oct horn winch «t make the following extinct» - , " Account 'rom St. Dennis, of the loth Jaritnn, state that the Island of Bom bon hld again been visited with -i most dreadful hunicane , it commenced on the night of the 13th, 01 rather, pally in the morning of the l4th January. Out ol /ne vessels that were riding in theoihng at St Denis, fjur neiel driven from their'moorings, the Jume Prosper went ashoie and became a total wreck, the Nedor that was taking in her cirgo at St. Mane was likewise (linen ashore and went to pieoes and the whole cargo destroyed , the ciews of both ves- sels were saved. / *' The Therpsichore fugato, the ZLILQ coivelte, and the trans port ship flie Madagascar, weie to sail from St Denis on tin 22d Jtiiunrt, then place of destination btin,r lo join tile Trench fleet which was at that time oil ftf«d l^usear, wheiv...

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To Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

:; To'Correspondents« / , The Essay OH the Aborigines tame too late ' for this weet, ¡ part of it will houiver appear in our next. The advice given' byS' A. Subscriber" of9 years standing mill be attended to." Tt\ is our intention at no distant period to considerably enlarge our j Paper. As io the other pointb in question, our friend willoh-1 serve by this week's publication, -that we ¡nive attended, to his 'advice. The verses of "J. M. N." vx have divided, next1, week the Remainder will appear. "i ' " "Sibsah's" second letter in our nexK ' ' \

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Ship Wanstead, April 11, 1830. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

Wanstead, April 11, 1830.     LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,         Your letter, conveying the kind sentiments you are pleased to entertain towards me, has indeed caused in me feelings of unmixed delight and gra- titude. '" To meet the approbation of those we esteem is pleasing; and believe me, I should have considered myself amply rewarded by the kind expression of your friendly regard towards myself and Mrs. Friend, even if unaccompanied by the splendid present you have so handsomely voted. If one part of your letter has given me more gratification than another, it is that in which you point out the principles upon which I have obtained your approbation ; but am compelled in justice to others to state, that the decorum and propriety you have been pleased so distinctly to mark as being conspicuous on board the Wan stead, is entirely owing to the high character and   conduct of yourselves, the Ladies ...

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AMERICAN ADVERTISEMENT FOR A [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

AMERICAN,j. ADVERTISEMENT FOR A WirE-Wanted immediately, a joung lady of the follow- ing'description, as a wife*-With about two thousand dol- lars'as a patiimonv, sweet temper, spend lillie, be a good housewife, and bom in America ; and, as I am not more than twenty-five years of age, I hope it will not he difficult to find' a good wife.'' N. 13.-I take my dwelling in South Second street, No! 273v. ' Any body that answers the above descrip- tion will please to leave her card. ' FRANKFORT, Dae. 3.-The dispute which' arose a few 3ears ago, between His Britannic Majesty, as Sovereign of Hanover, and his nephew, the actual Duke of .Brunswick,' was at fust considered as a matter of little im- portance, and it -was "genet ally believed that the good offices o fa neighbouring Power would be sufficient to level all dilu- e-il! ties. ' ,, ,

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SCHEDULE G. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

>? -r.:Lr.-.v.' ^.:VÍCHEDÚLEI'G.!-;'.':VV'.!' - I Assignment of replevin bond (to be endorsed thereon "i Know all men by these Presents, that-I. A. B. Esauire Sheriff of Van Dienien's Land, at the request of the within' named C D. do hereby assign over to liim the said C D. the replevin bond, within contained pursuant to the Act in that case made, i ,.<, , Dated this day of jg ] ) / >By the Sheriff (Seal.) i ! i i ' Signature of the Sheriff, i .»' ' >,' -'Magistrate or Deputy Signed and sealed in ") . ¡f < « ?> J . i the presence of lîii ' ' ' ' (Two^itnesses.) j i ' ?> » i : ¡' i i í IO1 ; í /

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English Hews. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

English'Hews« ! , -.iTFrocri ¡the frontiers of .'Russia it is' stated5-'thai the peace appears -to ¡give little satisfaction to the; Russians'; when they become acquainted -with its' condition's)' "anil'the. reserve willi which. theyi.s'peakof (lie result of the war',' stie'ws" that! they wish it o' conceal their discontent. ? The':'officers Who ; return from.' theirarmy.attribute» ' lo ¡lie influence '' of,(¿reign powers,.from .whom .thoy.'had liotliirig'to1 fear,; 'the.'abslíicles that have prevented them from obtaining a'1'complete victory. They pretend, that the' foreignehHiave endeavoured/ to "'injure the.interests of-Russia, even'in-the cabinet of tlie'E'iiiperor.''1 ' '? ¿- Adrianople! was-evaVtja ted'^by" .th'e)li:»s'sí.!uis] ' on 'thé;'ll'th 'Ñov^mben^^ oí I troops 'for.their; protection',''rfeiíii>i'ri''-íií fijé"city'.*^'Mustapha,, ' Pacha of Scntár¡i;ibegan :\&approach^Ád'narioplé'.on the lüth,! - ¡h order td'tàke^'possession ¿f ' i t 'i i ri »J i eâîat e 1 y,...

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River Derwent, April 10,1830. DEARSIR, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

River Derwent, April 10,1830. DEAR SIR,                 THE. the undersigned Passengers of the Ship Wanstead, now under your command     having arrived at our port of destination, cannot think of separating without, offering you our warmest thanks for your, able and gentlemanly conduct during our voyage. We particularly wish to notice what is so rarely enjoyed at sea, but which we have happily experienced under your protection-the absence, of every scene and every discourse which would be equally offensive to fe male modesty as manly feeling;~the conduct of the officers and men under your care has entitled   them to commendation.     No cursing, and swearing has been heard on   board the Wanstead, nor has the violence and bru-   tality of the savage ever accompanied either orders given, or reproof when required.   We present you,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

.??PP '!:!;¡,.;.,i;PorílionddnJ'Birectki'!;:'ii11 ~it!lí ' ;'-UÄS* THE First Class'Shíp^K^B^]JAMES 'jjpwPl FERRIER, Commander, bartbcaSio/I'orisj'iSTtó. ly.exp<!¿te4rfrom:Lp.ndon. îrOalhe*di«hârg'e öfiherüOo'tward Cargo,-this.Xessel will immediately;ooinmenco taking jç;C,o oya¡r& .... ... cers".-For Freight or Passage-;! apply," to > ü.'üli// L?ntj .','! .-,...... -¡ ..¡' ? vÍMV:W4íiLI;AJM[fjM..í>^-,.Agent.| , ". lyEe'chanics' Institution.; > a DR. TURNBULL wííl: deliver ; his. OPourthj ' Lecture,on. Agriculture and Chemistry, _ at the Coutte hoUJB, MMóádáy the 26th, of April next,, al 7jípj(CIock in the Éfenióg.: : :';': . ' V" .', ". '" '" * ,', '"'"', ' 'j' j ,;,?,?;.?>-?????... ,. r>-.. ?-.-? ? . ?? '?j;i-WOt>D;';^icréfg¡y.| X/ádiés' Boarding School. >o : 1?r\"VT f'' *.. i..._ '»i.:.' i'.-''i_'«... experience, in,scholastic duties, .doubts" not'.'shtí 'should give] perfect satisfaction to those Friends iVvh,0;Woiild liouor ¿her, ¡by; 'trus...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: AlPRIL 16, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

HOBART TOWN: AlPRIL 16, 1830. ' Let H be impressed upon your minds, let it be instill ed into'your children, that tho labeily of the Press is the Palladium 01 ' i'all your Civil, Political, and R/'liemiis Rights, , < Juntas. .'" Tlie Legislative Council resumed its:sittings on Tuesday ; chiefly, VVGunderstand, for the pur- pose of passing à,Relief Bill for ceitain Insol- vents who have been long immured witlnXthe vTÜlls of a gaol ; and also for passing a Jury i Bill. Both these are well deserving the atten tion of our Llpgisldture. With regal d to the tírst, it is a complete mis ¡> <] ' ,y / f I i. p *T* Horner to call it as some do an Insolvent Act, i if being neither more nor less than a measure of, 5 # i i i > ' . i 5,tace (tardy enough,in all conscience) towards a tew untoitúnate individuals, who have credi tors whose hearts. are; deaf jto every principle' of humanity. ...' It merely says', in point of fijtct, ; ,that_ as..the-conduct - of certain par...

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Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

Aborigines.       It is with great concern we have torecord       fresh instances of outrage by some of the aboriginal tribes. On Wednesday last, a party made their appearance in hostile array at Mr. Sbarland's hut, at the Lower Clyde, which they robbed , from thence they proceeded to Mr. Tiiffet's hut, which was subjected to a similar depredation. After com-   mitting these robberies, the party made their appearance near Mr. Dixon's, who was in his barn with three men, thrashing grain. They made their approach unperceived by those in the barn, but fortunately a servant girl m the house discover ed   them and gave the alarm Mr. Dixon immediately ran towards   the house, to protect his family from the expected attack , he succeeded m reaching the house, but received a spear wound before he arrived thither. The blacks, finding their scheme of surprise frustrated, went a...

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NEWS. SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830

SHIP NEWS. APRIL 10. — Arrived the ship Mary, 370 tons, Alexander Ja- meison, commander, from London 18th December, wah 167 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Robert Espie, Esq. Passengers, Lieutenant Murray, Ensign Dunbar, 57th Regi- ment, Mrs. Murray and 3 children, and 30 rank and file ; 1 prisoner died during the passage. APRIL 11. — Arrived the barque Wanstead, C. Friend, com-   mander, from London, Madeira and Cape of Good Hope, and from Swan River 16th March, having on board 13,000 British bricks, 21 chaldron of coals, 1 bundle twine, 10,000 plain tiles, 2,000 pun tiles, 20 casks cement, 1 case whaling implements, 8 packages painters' oils and colors, for Captain Friend ; 10       barrels blacking, E. Anstice ; 13 packages dish covers, carpen- ter's tools, cutlery, hardware, and tools, Kemp & Co. ; 1 chest paper, Miss Roberts ; 2 cases shirts, 1 case muskets, 1 crane, 4 wheels, Mr. Peter Roberts ; 1 case boots, apparel, and books,   J. Baynton ; 1 box apparel, J....

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COURT OF KING'S BENCH—Friday, Dec. 11. WRIGHT v. GIBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 April 1830

COURT OF KING'S BENCH-Friday,, Dec. II. ' ! WRIGHT ». GIBBS. . . ¡ The Atforney-General appeared for the plaintiff, and stated that the action was brought by a gentleman in the profession of the law, to recover damages for slanderous words spoken of bim by the defendant. The injurious expressions related to the conduct of the plaintif}' in an action in which he was concerned. The defendant charged bim repeatedly, and to , various persons, with having perjured himself in that action to obtain costs, with being a swindler, a plunderer, and a blackleg-lawyer. The Attorney-General then stated some of the particulars of the case, and proceeded to call witnesses on behalf of the plaintiff. Evidence was given that Mr. Wright had acted as attorney in a writ of enquiry, under which a \erdict was given against the present plaintiff. ' -Hockley stated that defendant Gibbs, who was an oilman in Soiners-town, said to him in conversation that Wright was a blackleg. In cross-examination be said th...

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