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TO LOVE. After the Italian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

TOLOVE^ ,-} ;) 4fl9r iMUmUan. - -On Love! e*en in the happiest hours, thou art , A troabled fgftaw t T'pf r^6tlcys,-opet afid f^rs^ A ^rcltiiig $^^lija-t ff»^-K^q(flie JbTesirtV , 1\ ,;, , Blanch^ the *heek- *nd^ll« the,eye with tears, j ?i A^'t but fdr thfte how many a joyous spiri^, Tf- ! ; Now crusbM and quelm, had sfill been lurht :T \iandftoe-._:;;';. *;?--'-??-? ;^- *--/*J.\ How aaan^ a gentle hear;, fhat^ ^\^m|gl»lii|ie^; A happier fate^ batU b©eu uadone^by toee^,.,: ,?

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

? ? i'ATrB?-AT#«..GA7FTTI?. ? ? ; ' Ct'TjwicAX9.—3ohv Hinds, 198. Lady Castlermsli .- Abb Itmi « larrogari 139, Mariner. William Cadam, oM. .Oomnmdore ? Hay*, William U ar«-. ao9,^pj,ttnix S. SuaUel SuiitiTCS Sir Charle- Wvbf=ter. William -:re*n. 30 Ho., Jobn FnOfgHn «0. P \neeM* Charlotte. William. Barton ' Jt7 &o^J$?*\\im Corbet. a #63 do.. Thomas 'bs» : '-*. do., Jobn Pain. 1&7^i7fMf 'taaf? A} iM Rowee i. Henry A n Do|fl*- 38. do. -'oltn Tbo^i.WS. M'^nR. Mo'e» Biirwtt 51 Albion -8am. icl Pit- 16 l*Titin8. . Tjc^rw or Leave.' FraiiciK Hunt Juliana. 975 Job Tamei ',»nand 167 Malaba. . JoLa^Stanuingr. 087 CiWoAqfe Xajtig. V.»;i-T Child 77* AndromtSs* - — ^ :. ' ? Jk-'3t^M»w'r».~-,»ii»pT7 Gi tt^t— 8B8— ^^oodfof*' 8 an^Jt-»;i Riflfi— l»4. Qany J. to tat fteld folks, takioc tftvt fro» tie Mtb ftat , ?a *h# fiiih]er- ot'tYnfi tents wfi.b ^m ,,m»r . () jn ? Iggf foiiiifcr aruckvpoo that subj^t. it ib that B^ Ills a«tno^(t^^OBP^^

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POETRY. TO THE MUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

! POKTRY. TO THE MUSE. Come CM use, and with the bring Revelling on fancy's wing, Tale deep lu'4 in m- stic gloom. Visions of the day to come. Bring a tyrant's fu^rat knell— Bring feur fpeedom's soothing spell Bring' deyoU6h?8 hdly beam ; And the lovers golden dream. Muse come lead me to the ground Whete Contentment smiles arouad— Wbe^e tb« rvfetic in Ids cot En?ieth,the noble upt ?j. ._...._ LeMjgplo the peaceful rale, ^Wher?Jthe ^9^fh «ceiit the gale-* Wherf^hg;shephe;rd sings his lay ; '. ' . And tbe snow-white lambkins play# . . L»-aA m-etb the mountain cells, Wher^tbe^dMT hermit dwells, tetmebfeiThis^oiy- song ^ Sound the darkling clifs ainongA Chorus'd by the, angel throng \ Come O'Muse And bear my soul. Where the stars in eonteert roll-^ / ; . . . : Where the saiiito in extacy Ppend a ble»s*d eternity. ? Bear me to tne field of war, ' Wherejlfac hero drives the car, ? ~ Spreading terror JmidsHhe train, :- ? ' Who oppose his course in vain. Come* it^Muse^aiid !_^wefijwjfc*jnet...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

,r?eal name uud address, hefor** we »nst»r» his letter which w*» cainot -i«i except on AiYr*** pODsibility . JTr consider |ty djib^erous, «»d ftball therefore: --mu it unless we h^or further E. D.%'«ei*ea-«fcaH hav«* a place at all tinips, wiilpJie writes ab he hns done. , We ha»T not bf^n ^avor*^r with bi^pronii^d com neutrjf on —- ** ' ftid^j|jhdtADjtrala»w»H r i. J Jt/NitJS TA---nw,i4UHi8 in8ert**d. _„ ? ^ , ^ ,-. .] We tieg lo rproliid onr Mih^ribfrs -nd friends ; £ that our quarter eipired w-th i-ui last Hum i*er ; and to request that those v»ho have not sy.ulef ! .' their littJe bills- will btt pleased to do so at thew|-arile*»t Toti*«oiejice. Individually Uut amaonts are trifi tog, but bnyirtg so many of * ttfHiSJ -TBS* J ar* o- iin|»ortance to us ; and our outlfiyteing all read jr moo^y, long o.fiits are 1ft'- ««u i»»n!eBt^to-fliii-— ---^_

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

THE hlRlBBrKR.^^ t J-jr^Jt^a«4-e^^THni^ -v-yttadeji_no^ I ?f Low birth, w^Z^cc^^^ P^ns ^ raised *bove tneii^Lo^er ^^^^-^n- I vewavtopuppS ff ^fj ''^Habl^ understood byPt^ word . WODWuw^h to be 1 \p»sed of FoppWy, igoo?aSce ai J°T-hl0ff -om- I insoifne^concerr^ JSTZSS?*1* ^sequent I v wed of rfiU«Balifioation. »J . a '?' Pes '-? « chimo™ »Z2 \* ^°« «;coachiian-ii. a»cl4iKiinction, ZJ? IS'111' with credit «isance! such in Kiwy- - lnR *- ^blic -onbeateod' rTniL^P^^PPy^ «po!d i^tfc-»ii^T^^B7~^7 '?^verwhei, «u «*d with conceit . n'd SfSi. i IS ^8° 6m«^ I Proof gains' ^rwfffc,?^^-^*^ h ne«i of -,l| possible terms i'rhfc eT« on the ?t drive f he idea frnm \' 5 h mm^ he «»? .^??fr* IJtlKL^JthOiJghP «JI Lrirn'*1 T^HI«^ .«onfioeif to WiTKTwSo ^1 » ' kni-w^d«e fs '''Hi^in^fir'Ci.Sftr lir' »'d !''«'* W (I f1ic-.M. ? W|ttO.*1 andtl.e PEAKrfi 1 « *q»/.Jk, n..d Enci.iB and /i^ ' Bt*'cba'ie '' ' '? -n -3| wiih «-co»ib^ jicrount- ofv*hH, Inuo^^ tu M t»tin« liroir tradesmen B^cansp t^oy dt-w TW pajme...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

; Hi$togSr ^ni- politics: --? I#AJrDl\KGULAi ions.— Resuming this sub ject ntike plHtit ^^ft,-^^^8r^Ji^ ,to cdasjljjer the re^Hlatirinrtftp^liftg lEthi-: --?glijiiga-!gith regard to their ^aud-rtliat ff jfe for which lliey are ndneed to quit Old Kn gland's Shore, the cheerful fire and social circle, in the hope of improving Jhe condi J .tion, either of themselves or progeay. Such | is -he anxious solicitude with which a parent ! ? Bt jives for the sake of his family, that we'. know many who have left every comfort in EuicUvou, to settle in these Colopipsy x-rrhn because here they are enabled to amass a! somefiijiig to leave behind them for their chil/ dren. Land, the jfiost vain ble'of afl pr.)~r fcerty in every country^ is her-4 given by, the crown, as a recompense (o tke'sririgamtibr. ? aidttig4a^e^«pulation^o£4hBsejllMa.ni_tfT^ ritories ; and this gift is bestowed in i propor & tion to the means possessed by tjie ferantee of bringing- it into a state v£ cultivation. At -....

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

I -1 To lhcM«°r*ti^)##*Wion^ io ' Sib ' 1 am only tf^ain sort of a man, and «m unused to writing ; hot I do «ometi«i«K .hi«k alit* (le upon baisiti^ events. The mother day 'I hap-, riened to fall into Political Company#.wliere an ..rgument WaS raised a$ to the wiperlor^wlaiHii^ uation of CotowFL So««« L, a» pwmpared^withr that of Colon ii^AR'THUR. ^re»t ennmnfmni«v we«e passed -upon 4he former genMPman ; ^aiifl fe w« centres heaped apon the latter hfj an individual ; closely cotthec'fe* iwlth 'tti» opimbttionMfat^oii, , wh^/fedd«btable ntmV ^ia*K««*»iftf1**^5 swm«a^1mpnden»eri arid vloleflwi'kep* ^^mi ^f4heiC*m^wu trim wV ing k word in*ontr«#*j. sion of the ^ratserwiiii^-liit* ^«« hespatwred Ins Wi-^ Finding matteirsisoihtt*^^^ te against Colowsl Arthvhv 1 whs irtclinK to believe that he' muut fbf» a ver-fibad««n ind^d, and left the party verv rouih discontented at being obliged to- live under^u^^^^a«»0iuh Governor,'* exposed to ^ sufb a^tcH-d^VSt* m of espionage.' and compeUf d to ...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1831

To the Editor of the Launcuton Advertiser. [?] til theUerpriZ; sn^ T.T 'A8.?'^''' »'? Syria to th! ?I*1'*' ^ ^ Mediterra e. n, rrosj' ' ay ri a to the Eux in«- , and^n-Hit-**^-»^thH1-;rr * -?? '? ? '. '?? ? ~ ?????-.'?'?,,? -~~ ??????'j ?? :;?.? - ??:::r'.-rr-- ... ^t^ i Wf^''' *—*^— —^— -'™'™'— — — ^^— ? - ? =^- ? pf jecowtvd it, and hi id it tilllhey w.er* exhaastedf; II humbled, and subdued, in consequence of their m- ill-advised and ruinous mars by land. The d is- If horns! victory at 1 heronoea' jras obtained b) ll~ Phillip in Ihe year 337, A- C. At the battled 9 Saiamis the Athenians had 200 shrpJ-, thejir com S nierciaf prosperity must therefore hi»ve esjstedaf m a much earlier period. There history Indeed U recordsltat the twefe Ionian rolonies-o'r Asia* ?^WirtsHrere sent forth fewta Athens Irt the year I 1065' before Xwktst* ~€*mmBrre iv-freipitnity—tfc I tan** «»d alwy a eofiiequrtwe of rolanipttio*;. m But between the year 800 ai«rf the year 50Q A. C. i- floUlShe-d jRviJl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

^©VERTJSfcMENTS. :W&&?EB:SiMM& of all descriptions ..* are al.wa.ys .-mi-Sale at Ms. Spencer's ' Stor«, corner of Charles and Brisbane-streets '; -?-J^*? €**5&&*#»u- order*, autmiverlUemcntt for the ' Launceston Advertiser' are received apd for warded to ihe Publication office. ♦#* CEDAR of all thicknesses. ?L: ? :-..:_ ZBHENSTONB LODGE. KISS iWBB]»Et *egs to^nnounce to her Friends and the Public generally, that she will be pr* pared to receive Pupils on the ^4th of TLpril, ar her Residence la Arthur Street, HobartJT^wnt^ ? ' npO JB&- SOLI). —Twenty-three Shares J'- in the Cornwall Bank, on which fifteen ponnds 'per share -has;. been;: paid up,. AiiJ_Persoir wanting nny^iiumber._lhereof, will apply to tJie Undersigned, and who will be dealt with on the ^Bost liberal terms. _.'?'. JA&ES B. REIBEY. Launceston, March 21st, 1831. FOU SALE by Private Contract, by Mr,7 Jarheg^ HouKlitonTTJ^oadon Mart Stables :-^ ' 1 Black Mare, three...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

MISCELLANEOUS. ~~~7 Reciprocal Forgetfulness.— -Captain R— -n» of this port, who had been from home ^bout a -year and a half, wrote to inform his wife that he had arrivejdin London, and lotended to be at Barton, where Jtewjshed aer to meet Jiim ei, a certain day, which he named. The lady waB punctual to the appointment, and so was the captain. They met at the Waterside Hotel, bat, strange to sav. did not know each other. At length Mrs. R—n became restless and impatient, ^ i frequently going to a window and u peering out' I in the direction of the London road. This the L captain observed for some time in silence* but at 1 last ventured to ask her if she was waiting for l any person. ' I expect my husband, Captain ! R—--n, will be here every-instant,n answered the lady. ' Bless me^' ex claimedriie^ yilif i then yourare my wife-; but may 1 be keel-Bauled 1 JLJ Jinew^jiur_tx«Joars.??-_The ^esiiti^-Mhe ? discovery was a friendly kiss and mutual congra- j tulHtions.— Bull Rockinham. j Bur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

'FI^flE;-''tIadJersi-.-ii-*d h is -« ? 'ived per tiie A' y^m&s^awrie, from England, £&'- ? yn6gfe^itld-ft»rrg/Vlrt-«r Sydney, aniHhe fiale^ frowi -the €ai»«ir~Trf~jGood Hope and Swan River, the undermentioned &OQ DS :? - ? -^— l=^i_ _ — -*w»U-vid Jtegia^iead^itoaxco, ip small fig* —?Saltpetre . : ._ . Stfu^fard and Pepper fit nrch Soap — ? €ttgtar_ — j — __i: ? n^S^ops _.„ ? _ ? ? Cheejse — CloTer-and Ryff-gra*g-4teedg ? - 3-bushel Sfuksand Sacking Ceiillemen's Wearing Apparel Hats ? -? — :-- ? Port wine {Newman & -Vs) - Pale SherfyTBngilsh €l»TH Cape Wine, in hhds, and quarter-caskl Taylor's Porfer ? , a Cbarrinfi^ooVAle Brandy, Rum -rr: - A^ew i^ses o1 Superior Hollands . .. limestone of an excellent quality, from Swan ^l^r, and ar^eneral assortment of other Goods. ~ 'jN addition to the above, now landing -*? from the Mart/9 and on «ale at the Stores «f the undersigned . — * 20 casiks superior bottled ale Ladies Leghorn, split straw and imitation |M...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 11th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

? ' It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind . that we are bes* '~r~^b1e to practice ihatgeairgl virtue which comFrefaeiritethctBveo* *H.',— MoNTKBQViiu . .'??'.. .,__: ? MONDAY, APRILjlth^ 1831. _ Tn another pnrt of our paper we haye in* aerted what appeari to us to be a sensible and wel: written letujr, signed -*~A Msn sGK&vitS9 on the Banking system, to wiieh we -refer ^ur TCadersr^Ttte^[iier5es,'pu^y 7 our Correspondent ,we must stiilieave open, because it is not possible for us to answer them, having no positive informal ion upon the mbj'^cf. W^TiTeTiowf»ver, iuclined tn -e* lievey that if the new* Bank is to4-e under thcTcontrol of the-seeedinp: Directors of Tire old, it will be estltbiished upon 'he most li ? bprai pi i triples, and be conducted inlautpay j which shall insure the accommodation of the Public. 'l\ie remarks t-f our Cornfipo^letit^ ^n the efF ct which the Banking sy.^em has upon flse credit wlnchsoruMipij^y^re — ^tte— apefl^^e^tJ^r-^ide^-^ and as we da ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE^ No arrivals this week, except the cutter Fannv, '?from' Circular Head, sfoo is not yet eutered. Sailed. ' On the 6th,— The schooner K^ate, Thomas Wether-' — ... head.^mastfir^ound for^$wan River, and thet^ape ? oHBood Hope, with 2700 bushels of wheatj_and JJA. ? bushels -of-oatSj^consignpd to C. H. Ebden, Esq., Supercargo. Passenger C. H. Ebden, Esq. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Burrell, Mary ; bri^s Cleopatra, Elizabeth Czar ; schooners Fanny, aud Resolution. Arrived in Hobart Town.1 On. the 1st— The ship Thomas Lawrie, Captain Langdon, from Lauti6estoa I2tii March. Oil the 2iid.— The brig; Rifleman, Capt A. BlaIS . Dalis, iVomCowes, ISth. Nov. ? ? Sailed from Hobart Town. Orilhe 6Hi: — The ship Me^wayTCaptainB. WIGHT, for London. Oi» the 7tli.— The brig Elizabeth, Capt. Pa ND itch, . for Sydney.

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POETRY. TO MISS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

POKTRY. 'TO MISS -V*. * I From the folly around me, disgusted I turn, —Myldear girl, to reflect Kpon^thee— I Mrhose innocent breast, sueh loose converse woull spurn., Indignant such folly to see. i AVken to thee I compare the gay BeUej whick are V | here, VJ Seeming eager to rush into error — 1^' The ^Mrastnrcaiiin^rbut-mark'wiili^a tear ^ *t~ And I shrink from their smiles with a terror, ^ Lovely maiden believe thatTny heart is still thine- / Thr ^sweetness I ue^er -can forget ; \ & And believe me dear girl, that I seer can incline To the arts of a wicked-Coquette.- \'.l OTlIfe TI have inow seen enough to desj»se \P\'~' Its follies., and laugh them to sconi. v\ i can look with disdain, on tli* allurements of vice, Which seem, while they kill, to adorn. It is liotT^thoughTsTiirin the sunshine of youth, Such follies give pleasure to me. ; ? My heart yearns for innocence, virtue and truth ; And I find them concentred in thee. ? Yes ! thou art as pure as the snow when it falls ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

To XottRESPONBJENfs*-— The pa^jers sent by' Am* bush,*' have been received, and are under con sideration. We admire his patriotic denuncia tion of the ?* Tricolor fury,' and fee! obliged for his favor. We shall always oppose uncou* i stitutional measures wlfh all our might; and j this we do qpon principles of ' Independence V Wp trust Jthat no one in thl«~coiumTyis~8D~8i)sH surd as to vindicate the emblem of discord and confusion, or w wear it.'

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

? THE SCR«ba»ER.-No. 9. ': The Coquette.— -It never fails both totfMresf ? and annoy me, when I fall in company with a Coquette. -o sure as 1 come in contact wiih a woman of -thi«-de-script4bn,-l— ^ am ^ed into s lon^ train oi musings, in cousequence ?( which 1 aia not unfrequently honored by the ladies with the title of ** old stupid.' The fart is that Ira*, scarcely mix in any company where there aie females, (and where there are not I have no wi.^si to be) without meeting with coquetry in some shape or other ; and therefore it is so gener.il a thing with me to have a thought fulness depicted on my countenance, when in female society, that very probably 1 deserve the name. JTbat a Jnaa of my disposition is by no means calculated to please that portion of rhe nex who«e chiel delight is levity, is certain vindeed I have very little de sire to be looked upon with extraordinary favor by such, although I am free to confess thai to me, woman lovely woman, is the only solace of jorrpji ;...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

W&1--- '?! v7TT~ri i' r f '- ?Trr-Twi';vTWfYrirmijT1rrim«iriiiwM«nfrrti-wspwimrii' 'I he State oFKvrops^ -Tbe great pbI H5ry^ which -has hpe»^ft*te-by4^ar?y wHfeja Instills ^GoJon*-* ^vho £t£m ^eager to snatch fit^very onp^rf unity w&tefcrffrrsfXJLsow th-- se^ds of rebellion an^~^cdnibn^ com peUm~ a -An to leavf, tl|p evf»n t4lenor of oneway,' ^an-L r^cur to the Political -iffairs of Europe. ._Tjf_-_ -to I?ii)gIi^fBi«n, so man; miles from tt?e land of^uisHQattvity, and-^wflo-perh^vs ivs n^ar and d;»ar lviatiu-s'' n TheTsprrt, new fnnn Englnid fs of tiie deep***!- i«t«TP«t ; smi th*^ j,s no doulit that, even ihoxe vvliO'wis! to t ke no par,- in the Poll ical affairs, »f ? t? - Id world, -ifiP!» feel pain at narration *- i.T r-(i:r--ig^ a^d horror in England, on ae ?c'oir-t of those they '* reVr may see a^ainT' ft ;'* therefore a cruelty, » wanton oriielty, - --H i r a n y Pu ? I ic w. rtf 'j r' * o dis joif and exag gerate facts mer^hM^r the purpose of ' co— .vfiring[...

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To to Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

r- -- — — .. _. To th& Editor of the Launctston Advertiser, Sir, --~ ' ?_— - I observe in your last weeks paper, an an nouncement of another Bank being about to be es tablished in Launceston; which 1 conclude is inten ^4OJLtoJifc-4ijyM^Lun^ex_jh^ of those Gentlemen who recently r-ptTredTrom the Cornwall Bank, in consequence of the fracas in that Estab lishment respecting the admission of certain I paper with only one name. A Bank being to all intents and purposes, a Public Establishment is consequently ^jgJPry fit subject for Public discussionTTand^WBprefore propose if you will spare me the room in your useful paper, to lay before the Public, a few observation) in reference to the projected measure. In the first place, I would put a few queries, which perhaps some of your correspondents may favor me so far as to answer. .1— . -,' . . Does the projected new Bank commence under the impression that the Cornwall Bank, cannot discount all the paper which is requisite for the ^oni...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

To the Editor of the haunceston Advertiser. Sir, ? ? - - - You must know that I am one of those tinfortonate -individuals who lost a large sum of money by that celebrated bubble the ' Lunarian Swine Shearing Association.' established in Lon don some years' ago. 1 had always a roving dis position^ aT)d~ the pTosj^ci of ^isiting^theTBoon~ enchanted me. I greedily swallowed every bait *which was ne id out to me ; and at length, upon applying lor my aerial passage 1 found that the Bubble was burst, and that those Honorable gen tlemen with whom 1 had entrusted my cash were goner HSone too ^was-my-cas^^nearJy-ailJ^pos^ sessed in the world ; so to avaid the contempt of my friends I came to Van Dienien's Land, an ad venturer, and have no reason to repent it. Before 1 was quite caught by the Lunar Bubble, I receiv . ed from the Agents and Directors,, Messrs. Hop the-twig & Co-, a file of Newspapers, printed and published by Shine and Shadow, in the ? Moon, two gentlemen of great inde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

AD VfcK CEMENTS OF THIS DAY; To Ship Owners and other* FOR S'Ah'i-'. - MaPty fiy« fathom* of -HAIN. pnrtidi alywifl! , ddj.i^d fiw'lnevse oi s i vtss« 1 of iiom 120 to 170 ' Umu, Application to be made to Mr J amls HotburoA9ii*udou House. ? XauoceMon, — '? ? '-. ? ~.' __^ — Afntetihrtttt- — :' ^ ' . ~t — ~ — ' J^L A^-TED^—From 500 to 1000 Sheep -- ^ -to graze iipoo ike encrease. ^Tlit pasturage is of the first description, being sim ate in the well known District, upon the Lake River*— Apply to the Prtntei^if-tiiiF^Bper. April llth,''T«31. - CeR^VW^LL B\NK. JL AJFJi'MNG «ftbc 'Proprietors will xm. be held at the Baak on~M««da5^Ft^e 2fid day of May next, at 12 o'clock t«,i in- purpose Jaf_iiecJawn^4Hi--ha4f yearly ^Irvidenclli riiiTel e c t - !) s, Direclorsih' the Ton m o-Jfle.ssrs^LAiJ&£Ne^-T-Ht«M*- J^Nj_JS ARNJ^.- JUJkLKs Rja*«:^y-afld^kvx, Jwr7n7-pr =«o*=by=rotai4ofi. audMr. Thomas W.illjams who -has^r^signcdv---Geut^emen-inteiiding -to -J1T«m tnei». pelves as candidates ...

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