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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

SATURDAY'S GAZETTE.     Certificates.-— Edw. Davis, 359. Princess Charlotte. John Davis, do. George Davis 357 do. William Knight. 191. do. Charles Harding. 622. do. Peter Weston.611. William Jukes . 263 do. William Batman. 764. do. William Gittus. 424. Sir Charles   Forbes. Robert Drysdale . 60. Lady Castlereagh . William White, 627. Lady East, Michael Dunnagon, 368, do. Jofaa M Gatheridge. 421. do. James Staines. 557. Albion Tickets of Leave.— James Watkins. 206, Coromandel, Robert Parker. 166. Countess Harcourt.

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

j Lamueston, April 7'h, .1.831... M — ^BpfcTEthe Under ,i^i»sd— Members of- the.. | __ ? m Committee for the WesleyaQ^Gtiapel, ~ ~Tier-by ^nli a meeting o1 the —Subscribers to IhT t# he Kl arrfip 'School House on Saturday the 2 3rd: tz inst., at 12 o'cl-ck, (or the. purpose of taking H into consideration, the t'uuds belonging to 'them, % now in the bauds of Government. AlttiitB7H7f1^THOMSOV, T. THOM^O^. ? -_ ? H -T-. C-SIiUUMl. ' - ?' i ; — THfcRE beinjrno icensed Hou-e for the accoWmodatioirof 'Travellers, between 'j LBMiicestou and tieiiloiuori7 , - the ~Uji designed : - .. .-.--iir-^s to inform the Public, that he has Jirte-d up ~_ ? h's Uous^ lor the purpose of Travellers, where] f -.they' can be uccoinmodated with Lodging and He fr^hmeiits on reasonable, terms. G^od ^tabling and Paddocks for Horses, &c. . '-WIUIAM FIUZIER South Esir, April 7th, 1831. HORSES   TAKEN in to GRAZE, in well watered Paddocks, by the week or month — Apply to T. THOMSON Esq. at Ros...

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QUARTER SESSIONS.-April 1831 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1831

QUARTER SESSIONS.— April 6th 1831. James Smith convicted of stealing one cup value 5d. the propertyof John CAMERON. — Orig- inal sentence extended 2 yeas. ? TiifHHfcg MflfllAAMMi^acmiU^H-nn^i rhargP of . ^tea44ngonet)ott4ejpfllue 3d.and otfl^r^trticlei, — ^— the property of Thomas Quin. ? \ . Thomas Mc'Diarmip. convicted of an aggra-L X. yated assault upon Thomas CluiN-i2 monthi imprisonment in the House of Correction. Ann Brown, convicted of stealing 2 caps and one Handkerchief, value 6s. 3d. the property of Peter Lette Esq. her Master. — 18 months im prisonment tn the House of correction. — ^JtiHN^CNmm junr. appealed against two con- T~ victions before the magistrates for harbouring— | Decision postponed- to next sitting of the court.— | David Williams, appealed against a convic tion for selling ipirits without a license— convic- tion confirmed.

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

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. The following cases have been disposed of :— James Frost, being drunk, nued five »hil lings. Peter Dfakdo.v, drunk and disorderly, .fined '#ve:^hitjings. John Boon, drunkenness, fined five shilliogs. Joseph Cox, Drunkenness, fined five shil lings^ ? ? Charles Gr at. Drunkenness, finerl five chiL lings. Owen Me Dona Li-, assaulting and beating Isaac Fakkell, fined ^3, and ordered to find -u re ties to keep the peace for 6 months, ' 'WiLLiaM'IVIiTCHEL {* Tiiket-of-leave), har bourit*g a convict, fined if 10. Isaac Hen next, harhouriag a convict, fined £1-: Joh^ C.^ump, drunk and disorderly, fiued five -shiHit'gs^ : ? — -'— ? Distressing Accident.— One day last week, a vourg man named Bkoaofoot, having been amu sing himself with a gun, incautiously snapped it close '»y an open canister of powder,, which took iire^andHnstaiitly exphid^d^— buTning~and-shirta ? tering his face in so terriffic a manner that he will probabU be disfigured for the rest of his life. ^Tr^BO...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

THE SCRiBBi.ER.—No. 9. JEALorsTf.— ( happ* m)A the other evening to =bFqj^\444id--o 4h?:tiouse of a gendeonfii, who -bt»d recently married a youn^ wifei — The accounts 1 had h*ard ^»f ^he-Lady ,— If^tm-thohc who iturTir^ ji-t before she changed her condition, and my p.er-... soiia1'k now ledge ol the gentleu-»p, indurfd tii»- »? ? anticipate ihe most agreeable eveuing in iluir company, particularly as they wen* w tobetjVitte a lor^e .' Now the re - is ^omfthing— in-niy-com \ »o -nition which dis; oshs mp to feel more pleasure in a douic&ticxiicli^-than^-ainoifg a gay compjiny. h-*foie I pronounce my judgment;, and ~1 never visit any one, that 1 do not form some opin ion of. ]n the present insiance. 1 frit trip ? warm est regard for tuy host, and n«:in pu-di.sj - :-»d to be ^latitifd. . However 1 was nioj-t gri.i\ooi}y diKappoiiifed, for on rnt«yrn-$» i obMrv^d a some thing which told ne all was not peace within that dwelling. My friend received me with a cordial shake of the...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

'''HISTORY AND POLITICS. England as she i^ - Oar article of last meek having been very roach applauded, we fc»y*»\-.,.ta-SL^|en??io_*!1^_ro5^5?1? °f seve ral of our most intelligent sfipporters, again rerurred to the same subject. In so £oing we w ish to prove, by reasonable arguments, that there is not the slightest grounds for ap prehending a Revolution in the Parent State, notwithstanding all the habsboo that is made aboui it -all Ihe anathemas poured upon the. Ministry -all the hatred to the N«w Poliee I ?—-.til the old womanish fears of 'f*urtle4ed I A Mermen— all the national distress all I the rhetoric of Hrovgham-- all the sedition \ -of Co'BBftTT -and O'conneli,— and all the Tom-foolery of Hunt? and his Colonial Pro totyp«'arn4^toirersrrlt4s^d(lrnoii6engie, and deserves not one, moment's attention from the Friend of the Country. In corroborate n of these our opinions, we quote the follow ing paragraph from that ably written a ud im partial paper tfce Allan : — ?? v*fc There...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

__ ''^ . . . ? ? „/ . ? SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No arrivals or departures this week. , Ships BujtoII, Mary; brigs Cleopatra, Elizabeth Czar 9 schooners Fawny, and Resolution. ? A_ajajj^jLjSr-^^iu4H--^r-oW-M-i-— ? O_ tho 7th,-Tiie brig K izabrth, Ca- tail Po wdicb. oj Sydney, with a cargo o tea and sundres, and 12 ~^.iJue40ttv^frtie~scunojter Princp Regent, Cai^ -*a-tt,-Ha«sallf from Li*n ceston, laden with 3000 bushels vth'at, 1 wk.i owug maciiine, 1 case $p ISrSi?tOi.J' & J* Sn|o™°- I 4 i'»»l« rope, by W. walkii:shaw j and undfr baggage b«Mongh g t^ Mn Feturdo, M«. Lord, aud' Mi. Fianertv. Passenger, Mr. Govey. ''- - . ' 6 ' On trie 12th,^-The sloop Robulla, W. Montgomery, mast.i, SromNi^w Zealand, with flax. - _-_ VRSSELS-&K4^G-!HS-B^ ? _ «^nown,Tle7idsrfibn.-Funj?hai. — . ? , Surrey, n-'u ^£?rIer» B°yd— Percy, Middlet«m.-Atwick, Hugh M 'Kay. ~ SrrR^AY' GAZETTE. ^?«t»icatjeb.^Jo eifh Di_, 367 LadfEast. Samuel Smitfi767P ?'fc_/ol-l! ^L'- IP5' do r'hftrl' »??'?«' HM«T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

ADyium^LK^ia OF Tjj__S_t__X» ? i^ngineer, will be opened ayhejate^tol frgtate lit-tituiion in Canieion Mt !*« t, Latluce-ston , »u the 18th olApni^ ? ; T£eadirt|r, Wrrtingj A^&imti-v awl £. s, d. 'Kiiii;hsh -~*%amm_r .. . , ? 4 o p Thi* ab'ovc vritn^t7ir'C'Uj?sics,^Lf1-3 Ma -ttiFisaiiiesviirain.(i?iFBTayyct[^'s,.~ .... '-&--0 0 ' j-..-' -,- ?-- ? ? £-cm&£; : : -?-::' ;~ . Geogia.ipv Asiioiiomjvai^llie ^ise of i ? ^i;e^tobes^^.^^^^..-v.V..,;.. 1 10 0 Fr«Jiic{i.. ? Tr....^..,^,..,,^.,. ,2 JO ^ Avigatloi _au4 jt»je_Xuiiars ? 6 -0__© ^ Tv-o young Gentlemen will be taken iu the Surrey ii.ji a..d jC:;gi( eeriug Department, with whom PiW H! .:rns will be expected^ ? - ? N. B.'. Classes tor Youth will be takeiiiroro Six to -.' J'F,I-Mg -.—Thirty shillings per Qftarter. ? ? t^t Mr. K is-coTTviiTcecl, bv experience, that re ^iLd^AMud discipline are indispensable it, Schools ; yet i ; si «; Establishment, ail severities will be-avoided — a- much as possible, and lenient...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

A , ME ii-T I -j\ G -7f tue s*vw ta - nli-uutatUa- ^^nafHlTdMttce^^a^-was-held-iui Saturday, ?tfip-i)ib-iiuiLEiut» At i|»e..^ho»^lj^us«»5_Lauiicest-»n, for ihe purpose of taking into consideration the ^ J^^s%refcfiuiW«»g a i^LACB OF MORSBlHior those .^i^^-HJi1*«--3'^«r|an^rhuasjon,jii»d_8ajidi^ *-thur ^OTisHfarBiixmiFfielira^ when the foHow4«.g lie solutions -were agri^ed J*u— _ : 3sL— That the^i*^^bdy~^^r^re*llitiabi tants of^ JLaunceston^~awd ^ ^Nei^htiourhooa— Bfe Jkotcli, and have a partiality -o tha*Fonn of Wor ? 2nd.— That it is~W|j[hlv(Tjes'rable that a Presbj* — tfcrian Kirk be built iin^ranceston ; TOlTisira suitablK U psjdenc* for the Clergyman* ,_. Srdv- That a Committee dp a pp in fpd to receive 5Vt»srriiptinBS~for the accomplishment 7)1 the work. ( 4th,~ That Contribution*, in Worfirnanshii' and lHl*our_wi|IJ)e r^ceii^T^^^^^®^**^3^*^^^' -money, according to thp extenf done* ~ ~ ? JAMi-— ThaMfii. KHf '''* --»-'-* RfljMing« r-Hf-nfr in y t hereunto be vested in the hands ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

? ^_ ^ByJEB^riSEMENTS^ ? _„_. ? — TO^UET. — ^ ? - UPON LEASE for such number of years as may be agreed upon.- A FARM of 1200 acres of LAND, situate within six .miles of taunceston, on the North Esk River. A great part of the Land is enclosed with a substantial four railed fence ; and about 70 acres have been under cultivation. - __ ^-^^er^^-c^iBfoi^ble^d^ Rooms, a detached kitchen, a place for the men— a 2-stall Stable, &c. ; also, complete and strong Stockyards, and excellent Water close by the House. ^ With the above will be let, upwards of 150 head of Horned Cattle, consisting of choice mi I oh ? fows, working Bti11ocfrs,&c; also Carts, Ploughs/ Harrows, Chains, Bows, Yokes, and other agri cultural implements. r Security will be required for the Rent, Stock, &t. ; and the JRent will |-ellaken_partly in im provements and part Jy in produce, as may be _ jnaosteasyJor a Tenant,. „ .'.„.._:.__.?.? . ? \ For further particulars apply to John Ward Ctleadowy Esq....

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 14th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

—t-rjf-NCGs!TOj\' ifhrujins n ; ? ' It is in endeavouring t- i st ct mankind, that we are -'*& ? atile topractiseiliatgeneiftl vi, ,^e wbiieh coni_»T«hend*i die lov*1 1# ail . — MONTEBUUIEU . - . MONDAY , AP1UL 14tu_ 18_1. We sh« n 'd he wanting in fap dufv wh-|i w«LO\»e to he F rio'i (srir'tiy speaki..^') Mid _»*|.ero.,s people of L«i:uceston, if «c sHifercd any cir-- :ius ace whenwt «tit t- rr lnieresi was i*o4?nt»oied to pass «'»not ??-»(!? Graiit-ude, on the uxim haDcl, and iBclina'ion ? - on tue o»her, mutual! ? on the welfaie Y t br Pr-blio, nndit is next to ao impossibility ror us '- « niit ..dvneatin^ their c »use vdieu^ver v qtiisiie. We li««v**_ t h« retc; re, now » n u i ? pleasa n i , d u ty to pi r form - ope vri-wh is nlgo «s detioate, as it is nripleas.-nl, he aiise we mist of necessiiy slttie faofs which w*» ar*» v«eSlnnrivinced ^ ill not b'* a_.reeable_jjj son-e ^iio m?jy thi k thfirJnlgre^ts in ter-fered^ittn- — SKjiii-iiugajd- ? to he Goyernment, we ff elo...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ? yhg-foMowJng-cases have been disposed of :-- Hi'ttH C17.1.T, being drunk and ^disorderly, *'^^f SIt, b,inB drank .nd disorder!, ''^tS drckenness, 6ned fiv. shil ''timotht DALH.a^T»W«e4i'«E9T Schmidt bafi! drdwd to t..,'. -u,ftl^, ...-kTtp-riw-yH^ John Conollt, harbouring three convicts, on the^iight ofjhe last day of the Races in h«»oo^ fined ten pounds ??* . . . . *u ~MAUYODKLAND,ba?bouring a convict for the purpose of tipling, fined iwo pounds. . Owen McDonald, drmLkennes*, fined five ^Jo^f 'DAY, a prisoner of tKe Ttowo, charged SP!?o°hn' Jonfs, charged' with Drunkenness, fir ed 6V^hS -^w^RS^haqjei jon -«spjcion ^ Felo» w remanded for further examination. ; Thomas CbabthkE.- (liarged wit^trespa^me ?n the Premises of R .PrsTEW*KT, E^.» to find -rorejjes-tojte*1^^ Ppa-e **r ^ n-ontD-' — -?_=== Judof. BA*tiR.-Some itffficnlty Jias arlsenin Hobart Town, as to the appouitmeiit ol this gen tUjnan to the Office ot i'uisne Jiidge. . -^ ^Thi PRE88.-MTHVH Hit T. th- p...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

POBTKY. Sweet's the rosy blush of morning Sweet the warblers in the Grove— Sweet the 4ew, the flower* adorning; But sweeter far the girl I love. Sweet the tinking of the rill— , Sweet the murmur oi the trees ; J!o_niej lor sweeter 'tis than these. Tis her whos-Hmage fills my heart, Replete with blushing, virgin charms—* Whose smile bicN every oare deuart, — r^i^henlbiidly, clasped witiiin my arm§. ^ ? But there is something yet more sweet, Than all which 1 have sang before. ~-^^4ietnoin-^it^is-w44eii-w€^^iaUjneet4 ? ___._: And flraiiiage bids part no more* j

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

MULTUM IN PARVO. British. — Married iu England recently, Siu John Owen Bart. M. P. w«ll knowu in this Colony, to JVliss E. Stkphenscjw, thtrd tlaughte^ of IS. 4^*¥tH N*otf-,-Esq,, ^of-EajJfiylBfillfcS, _j£he_ ? Bai^eVM-3^ears of age, his Bride 16! Th* ? nuJte-tff-W^LMWTGN had4eft ifogJand for X5er many, wf' presume on high diplomatic affairs. Mr. St. John Long had killed another femal- , I)} his quackery. The ports of all the British Colonies aws throw u open to American vessels by mi oruer iu ^oqdcii aarea sui novemner last. ? The Ministry was not decidedly broken up when ^the Rifleman left. ? .—,.,_../,. ? — _— . Con.NiAL. — The ships Curler, Renown 'and fiorth BiJtaw were daily expected in Hobart Town. A reaction in the j-rice_ of wheat has Ir-en felt in HobarTTowti, and prices are impro ving. Messrs. Mawle have already killed a fine wliale, turning out 12 tuns. The new Wharf in ft o hart Town, was being used for loading ttie Merj.pe with wheat for the Mauritius. A new paper has ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1831

BIRTH.-On the 13th inst., Mrs -----ley, of         the Sand Hills, of a son.             DIED ;-Suddenly, at Dun Eden, on the 12th inst.,   in a fit of apoplexy, Mr. JAMES HILL, senr., at the advanced age of 67. DIED;-On the 11th inst., at the Supply Mills,         v WEBSTER, after a short illness, aged 26. DIED: On the 16th inst., at his residence, at the     Long Mendones, Mr. JOHN McKNIGHT, after a lingering illness, at the age of 60 years.   DIED.-On Wednesday night, the Daughter     of Mr. NIGHTINGALE, of this place, aged seven years.          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS DAY, J'|N SALE b- the Undersigned, at the ^-^ Stores in Brisbane-street, Launceston, and at the Sand Htlfs, the foilowing~GOODS 'ttJiich for price and quality, ^ 1?ldi-HilarJjr_des^rjf jp_ the~sUention of Settlers, and others, in the pres eut depressed state ot produce, aud scarcity off cash. ' ' Superfine Jblue and black Saxon Cloth, from 25s to 30s per yard __ _ T_ Do, Oxford mixture, 25s Oxford mixture and blink cas si meres, 8s Wellington boots of the best quality, 25s per Dair ? _ ? ? ': ? : ? Meu^ superfine hats, 32$ each , Slop';, consisting of Glooms' plush waistcoats, with steeves, 1 5s each , Plush and other waistcoats., from 3; fi^ gpVh — Striped shirts, lull siz**, 3s 6d each ? _i_T- ? €omplvt«^utts ^f^oixluTi»y^iretr^hrou^lidur 30s per suit Very superior candle-wick, 3s per lb# ? f irk led sa4moa-itt~fifl«y-?aefvatioq ? Blankets - Prints ? j ? ___^iiigham8 ? Calicoes — Shirtings Tea 6u£ar ? TiiBacco ~~ Soap -..?????? Stafch *-.'.'? Blue, &...

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POETRY. ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

KHTKY. I ........ ? ? Enigma,^ ._ i Ye gentle Dames, Ipry'thee tell W ? Ifry-name, jukI may your-gauis . ? 1 B* what jny^luraU^J i™ » wJli-Jb ^l*i I Will pay you for your pains. ; 1 I'm sure you know me, for you see Mejin. each ^)j!£lty. Jiaeer— ? .'..._ _../, ? YoR-hayejne^oo, in secresy, Wheniocked in loves embrace, tin all assemblies I juajeen— Religious or prophane. 1 dress in white, red, blue and green— Thof color'sl^Hsdain. — I araiit Heaven, and am in. Hell, ? __ ? OT virtue lam part— But in Hie midst of crimes I dwell; And guide the wretches hearty ? Without my-ai4-i'eligion falls-— 'Without me none are blest — I speak whene'er a native calls ; A lid always am at rest. V!Whtni e'er 1 sue, I silent keep, Yet Ellen owns my sway — In evening shades my vigils keep; A.id dii* at close ot day. In fire I always love to be No water but I*min~lt ; Aiid tho*tiie earth depends on me# Air kills me in a minute. Always in- death, I never die ; And dwell not with the world— In solitude I J...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

?? It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind, that we are best - '_ able to practise that general virtue which comprehends the love ? . all.'.- Montesquieu, V _ ? ^ - X Some few weeks back, we mentioned the ~cir-oamsU|iice-of a Wjialing ^EgtaiilistaPDt having been formed at this Port, ucd^r -be ruaoagement and aii s|: ices of W, WalkinC JSHAWT Esq] Thp -ft«»ar? Ar.*.^ which *Wls4o be pu rchased at, and brought from .S;dne$j__ ._.... tiave arrived~by the Henry, whidTTias also brought down 16 meu to assist iu carrying on llifiJ^rJc,~Jv%^ii-4liis^lstabH«hffleDt— a«^t ? most advantageous circumstance tor Laun ceston ? All works which employ a number iifjiersoDs, are benetciat to tt!e iuoinwvonity; but ia this resDect. Dart of the advantage which would have been derived, is^super sede4^jg mmjJdJ^ hm&8 JbaVIng ctime from the Elder Colony. This was bowever in some measure unavoidable. The scarci ty of labourers of all kinds id ihe Colony, ~~ -reildws il ditlieult to fit out so exte...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. The following, cases have been disposed of :— John Smith, drunkenness,— fined five shil lings. ;. ^ ? , ? ; ? ? .' ? :. ? , ? l... ? - James S^EENfiY, drunkenness,— fined five shil lings. . '-—-—. — ?:-.., Mic^iifJGAKpiit^j^imkmDess^^aed five shillings. - ___^-^~ ~~ Willim Jones, Drunkenness^fined five shil 'liojjfc-:~~ -:- '?'- ; ? ?.-?'' '-?^-' ? ' ' ?'?''?' ' ? ''? ?'?'' ? Robert Dixon, Drunkenness,— -fioed five shil liogs. ? . Bharlks Holman, Drunkenness,— fined five shillings. _-.;?-; IVobeUt Long, Charles Jones^ John Wid comb, .seaman of the Burr eUh j3jar^-Jdlh-ina ^nhordinatioB, in refusing to ^olheir diitj, to be confined \£ dajrs in th«* House of Correction, then to h«- kppt to H wd iahour^^ ? Ann ?HiTHy--ft&Fgftri with hayiflg^cogimUed-a ^aud3— chargB^lisfiiBs^d, ^j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

dfteiQtit and &n't-j*%v* - JFor London Direct ?*ag[2kU; THE line fast sailing first Class* - JBllsl- fi*W* $§&£ E jy t»-fC ttptain-M itcalfT 'mSjmfflii 'p°'^ lyi*** 'n tho-Taniar ; and to sai' iSSSBKB^ about ^14 days -from this Port?. _ ^Sfc'?lL^^^ias jrooj — ^Fafain . accomodatibos for' ? two families. This Vessel has a Poop ; anr) k in eT^ry^es^w*-a-co«veiiirnt and i»JirftirrahV ship. Aj-plicatioir'lo7~by»~made^ld the Captain on Launcfston ll»h A»r*V, Ig31. ?ffor London JJirecf. ^§|U*I!HEline first-class British-built Brig S^miZAT/KTH, 224 tons KegMer, 0. -WAN,X^iniiiiiiid*'r,; is now loadinginltier^Taiiiaii ?if* ^iii^e -ready Tor s*« J*y the 5th April next. faj Freight or PaBsag^v^iaving superior A ccom Diodatioiib, apply to the Commander, oa board, «t to ? G\vis RALSTON, Agent Inn nekton. Fe* 97-» . !831 For London Direct. TM fiue fa t- ailing ship Thomas Law jrte_W. .Lii ngdon Lt, R. N , Command— e-. *ill n-turn lo.tm* Port, irom Hoban Town, »nfre her detention ...

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