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DEATH OF LORD HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
DEATH OF LORD HOLLAND. Henry Richard Vussall, Baron Holland, of Holland in Lincoln, and of Foxley in Wiltshire, died suddenly on Thursday morning, at Holland House, Kensington, in the 67th year of his age. On Tuesday Lord Holland rode out with his lady, and appeared in better health than usual. His constitutional lamrness ia generally known, but his general health has always been such as to permit his attendance on important occasions in his place as a Peer of Parliament. He has been regularly present at Cabinet Councils, and has ulwtiys appeared among the literary friends who composed his celebrated parties. Although he was in evident good health on Tuesday, he was seized on Wednesday morning willi gout iii the stomach, of which he died at Gve o'clock on Thursday morning, notwithstanding the most skilful and affectionate attendance. So little was this sad result apprehended, that even his illness was unknown at the public offices until several hours after his death. From nine o'clo...
FEMALE HOUSES OF CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
FEMALE HOUSES OF CORRECTION. State of the "Female House of Correction, Hobart-town, March 9.-Number assignable for Hobart, 4 ; do. for the interior, 20. Stute of the Female House of Correction, Launceston, from the 27th February, to the.Olli March, 1841, inclu- sive :-Number assignable, 4.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. We* beg to call the prompt attention of our Subscribers to the liquidation of their accounts due to the 31 st December, 1840, now in the course of delivery. We at the same time apprise those persons who have continued to receive our paper for three or four years, without once condescending to notice the terms of subscription, that we shall place their accounts in the hands of vur Solicitor for recovery. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AT PORT PHILLIP. Our Subscribers at Port Phillip are informed that Mr. Bissett, of the firm of Jackson Sf Bistell, of Melbourne, is appointed Agent for this paper. We therefore request our Port Phillip subscribers to settle their accounts due to the Courier Office, with our -agent, Mr. JBissell, who is duly authorised to front receipts for the same.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF HOBART TOWN. Arrivals,~March 9-the schooner Water Witch, 99 tons, Talbot, from Adelaide, 2d March, with sundries, Mr. Down- ing, agent-passengers, J. F. Duffe, Henry Mills, J. Coghlin, James Sherwood, wife, and child, Henry Poulton, Henry Jeffrey, Bernard Smith. William Taylor. The Water Witch made the voyage from Hobart Town to Adelaide in the short period of five days, from anchorage to anchorage ; on 'lier last trip from George Town to Hobart Town, she was only forty nine hours. Arrived at Adelaide, the steamer Courier, 'from London. 9-the brigantine Acenaria, 120 -tons, Hurst, from Port Phillip, 4th instant, with «lock, Hurst, agent-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Wigmore and family, Elisa and Edward Gal- way, Frances Coffee, Mr. and Mrs. Featherstone, Mrs. Hyde, Thomas Grubbin. Departure.-March 9-the schooner 'Bandicoot, 55 tons, for Port Phillip, with sundries. IMPORTS. Visteis entered Inwards from the Gth March to the l\th Marah, 1841, inclusive. Per b...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
PORT PHILLIP. More Steam!.' .'-The Fairy Queen, a steamer the pro- perty of Messrs. Manton and Co., is shortly expected from Sydney. She will ply from Melbourne to Williamstown_ and once a-week to Geelong-besides being occasionally open to private parties for tours and picnics on our beau- tiful bay and its coves. These enterprising and public spirited colonists have also received late advices from London respecting their iron steamer, which is rapidly pro- gressing. The latest improvements will be adopted in her machinery, which, with her light draught of water, will make her a clipper, and fit her peculiarly for our navi- gation. A walk through Messrs. Manton's premises on the wharf will amply reward the curious, and will ex- hibit to them the skeleton of works now in progress, which we hope will turn out as profitable to the proprietor as beneficial to the public. A saw-mill, which in a few days will be at work, will cut in the open air the timber ne- cessary for its own building...
POST OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 1st March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
POST OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 1st March, 1841. The following ship letters having been put into the unpaid box since the 1st ultimo, are lying in this office for the sea-postage : Scotland. - Miss J. Knox, Berwick-on-Tweed. Ireland.-Mr. Howe,-Queen's County. New South Wales.-2 Mr. Andrew Hume, George street, Sydney ; 2 Miss Pringle, Sydney. South Australia.-2 Mrs. Duke, Adelaide; Mr. James Nihill, ditto. Port Phillip.-Mr. J. Purvis, Melbourne-; Miss M. M'Donald, ditto. ST. John E. Browne, Postmaster.
ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
ENGLISH. The Fronch ague-fit is just now in the cold stage. | The shop-keepers are become frightened, the " Mar- seillaise" singers,are looked upon with great distrust, there is a less profuse expenditure of sacrés upon England and the English, M. Thiers sends off a spe- cial agent to Petersburg, and hushes the baying of his war dogs of the Constitutionnel ¡ the majorities in the approaching discussions in the Chamber of Deputies are prophecied to be pacific, and the King of France walks about saying Nous n'aurons pas de guerre. All of these are very good signs for the repose of Europe-if they could be depended upon. Unfortu- nately, however, the cold fit which is announced by the last post may be succeeded by a return of raging fever, which may be bulletined by the next. The shopkeepers, who yesterday looked gloomily upon the troops of blouses that paraded the street, singing chansons patriotiques and threatening pillage to their shops, may to-morrow be throwing up their caps again...
PRINCE ALBERT'S ELEVENTH. MEMORANDUM READ BY THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL TO THE OFFICERS OF THE 11TH LIGHT DRAGOONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
PRINCE ALBERT'S ELEVENTH. »EMOnAMDUM REAB BY THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL TO THE OFFICERS OF TUE UTI! LIGHT DUAGOOKS. I bave been ordered by the General Commanding-in Chief to come down to Brighton, to call together the offi- cers of the 11th Hussars, and to express to them his lord t.hip'b feelings upon recent transactions in the regiment, to make known to them his lordship's advice and sugges- tions, and to express his anxious wishes and hopes that all Mill so far profit by what I have to say to them on bis part, as that this regiment may hereafter become what it is already in some respects, and might be in all, an exam- ple to other», and au honour to Her Majesty's service. The General Cominanding-in-Chief has already, as was his duly, taken into his consideration various complaints of the conduct of their commandiug officer, made to him by officers of this regiment; and he has pronounced his opi. uion upon each complaint made. It is not bis intention again to advert to the details of th...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
% FOR LONDON.-(To follow the Wave.)-- The first-class bark HINDOO, 310 toni, C. L. &nbsp; &nbsp; VAN ZUILICOM, commander, now taking io wool, will meet with quick despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation both for cabin and for four steerage passengers, apply on board, or to New Wharf, March 4. WILLIS, GARRETT, & Co. ^«EFOR LONDON.-The first-class bark FORTI XftPffg TUDE, EDWARD PAYNE, commander, has the greater part of her cargo ready for shipment, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight of wool or passage, apply to Captain Payne on board,to KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to New Wharf, Jan. 7. ASKIN MORRISON. LaWÖTFOR SYDNEY.-The very fine fast-sailing SggSSl bark NERIO, C. G. HILL, commander, will sail for the above port in a few days. For freight or passage, having very superior accommodation for passengers, apply to Captain Hill on board, or to New Wharf. March 8. KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co. FOR SYDNEY.-The fine fast-s...
THE COURIER. Strenue et Prospere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
THE COURIER. Strertue ft Drosgere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. WHEN the Road Act passed, it was matter of con- gratulation to the unofficial members of the Legisla- tive Council, that apart from the first objection of taxation without representation, which some of them stopped at, while others viewed it as a local assess- ment for local purposes, which the Legislative Coun- cil had the power to impose-apart from this solitary objection, which may be regarded rather in the light of an abstract question, raised upon a nice point of constitutional law, than the simple one of the utility or otherwise of the proposed measure, there was but one feeling amongst them all as to the great power which it conferred upon the people. To any one who loóles beyond the mere outcry of a few vain and feeble babblers, whose vanity is nattered by the idea of hav- ing a share in anything, even in mischief, provided their name can escape the oblivion, if not the igno- miny, which in the ordinary course...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The Queen has been pleased to appoint Ogle Carr, Esq., to be First Puisne Judge ; James Stark, Esq., to be Second Puisne Judge; Arthur Buller, Esq., to be Queen's Advocate ; and Christopher Temple, jun., Esq, Deputy Queen's Advocate, all in the island of Ceylon. A contract has just been entered into with the Commissioners of Woods and Forests, by Messrs. Grissell and Peto, of London, for the erection of a spacious dog-kennel in the Home Park, Windsor, to be appropriated exclusively to the use of the several favourite sporting and other pet dogs belonging to Her Majesty and Prince Albert. Captain A. J. Lockhart, of the 92d Highlanders, has been appointed aide-de-camp to Lieut.-General ' Sir Henry F. Bouverie, K.C.B., upon the staff of the t army at Malta, in succession to Captain Best, of the .th 7th Royal Fusileers, who has resigned that situation./ The late Captain Lahgford's appointment as a Military Knight of Windsor on the Lower Founda- tion will, it is expecte...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
"S^ SALES BY AUCTION. WT. MACMICHAEL will SELL by AUCTION, . at Mawle's Yards, Bagdad, on Wednesday, the 24th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, without any reserve, the following STOCK Four hundred fat lambs Six hundred fat sheep Twenty-five pair three and four-year old steers, well , bred and in excellent condition for the yoke Eight pair strong working bullocks Thirty head of cattle, in good storeable condition One cart colt, ming three-year old, by Sam, out of a mure by Porter Sixteen horses, consisting of well-bred colts and fillies, principally of the cart breed, mid several excellent draught marcs Terms-Above .¿£25, three months' credit, tín approved acceptances, with two names if required. Stock. WT. MACMICHAEL will SELL by AUCTION, . at Mawle's Yards, Bagdad, on Wednesday, the 24lh instant, at 12 o'clock exactly, fin addition to the Stock already advertisedj and without reserve Thirty fine steers fit for the yoke Three excellent marcs Six colts Twelve working bullocks Three ...
THE CABINET. HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 16 March 1841
THE CABINET. HOPE. Hope is a citizen of life ; she sits Not on a throne, but in the human breast, Yet brings not peace, but a most sweet unrest, An undulating pleasure. A gently-laved tranquillity, That falls and rises like the waves o' th' sea. Most musical, and yet by fits Mingling sharp discord with the soothing measure. She is a queen, with subjects of her own The charities of life, affections kind, The innocent pleasures, and the peaceful mind, " With no unworthy aim," Doing, like sovereign, all she can To sooth the restless soul of thankless man, Who rails with most rebellious tone, Forgetting who she is, and whence she came. From the celestial sphere she drew her birth ; Faith nursed her, and the lips of God alone Breathed o'er her from His unrevcaled throne. She left her glorious home, And multitudinous bliss, And love divine, and quick-winged ecstasies ; Forth, like timorous Spring to Earth, Timid she went, with erring man to roam. Thus is she a bright messenger of Heaven, ...
AUDIT OFFICE. 10th March, 1841 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 16 March 1841
AUDIT OFFICE. itHh March, 1841 Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the 3rd of the current month and this date : Kirk and Fisher, flagging ; W. Rout, cedar ; G. Hull, lime ; F. J. Windsor, commissiou ; S. A. Tegg, stationery ; J. W. Davis, ditto ; W. Osborne, oil ; T. Pressneil, fuel.; T. Jacksou, locks; J. Milward, candles; J. Norlou, travelling expenses ; J. Bristow, ditto ; T. Y. Lowes, pine; J. Harburgh, ditto; J. Wright, ditto; J. Moody, rent; J. Fisher, ditto; W. S. Sharland, repayment; F. Flexmore,ditto; J. Jewell, census; H. Hunt, ditto; J. P. Mitchell, ditto ; K. Murray, ditto ; J. Morgan, ditto ; J. Hortle, ditto ; T. TrirTett, provisions ; J. Clarke, ditto ; S. and J. Austin, ditto ; G. B. Forster, Coroner's fees ; A.' Gardiner,ditto; E. S. P. Bedford, ditto; Samuel West- brook, medical attendance ; C. C. Shaw, surveying.; J. Scolt, ditto ; W. S. Sharland, ditto. G. T. W. BOYES, Auditor.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 16 March 1841
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. We beg to eau the prompt attention of our Subscriben to the liquidation of their accounts due to the 31st December, 1840, now in the course of delivery. We at the same time apprise those persons who have continued to receive our paper for three or four years, without once condescending to notice the terms of subscription, that tee shall place their accounts in the hands of our Solicitor for recovery.
POLICE OFFICE. Hobart, 3rd March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 16 March 1841
POLICE OFFICE. Hobart, 3rd March, 1841. Notice is hereby given, that all convicts iu assigned service, unless on actual attendance upou their masters, H ill be apprehended and placed in custody if found on the race course during the period of the ensuing rucea at New Town. All persons arc therefore particularly re- quested nut to give their assigned servants permission to attend the races. JOSIAH SPODE, Chief Police Magistrate.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 16 March 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PonT OF HOBART TOWN. Arrivals.-March 14-the schooner Agnes and Elizabeth, 74 tons, Thompson, from Pott Phillip, 26th February, with sheep, A. Morrison, agent-passengers, Mr. S. Eagle, Mr. A. Middleton, Mrs. Jones and three children. 15-the schooner Marian Watson, 14G tons, Richards, from Sydney, 5th March, with a general cargo-passengers, Lieu- tenant Cormack, Assistant-Surgeon Alexander, 28(h regiment, Mr. Gibson, Mr. Trenholme, Mr. Pritchard, Mr. Glanville, Mr. Cook, 1 scrjeant and 48 privates al st regt. Departures.-March 13-the brig Mary Gray, 210 tons, Boyd, for Sydney, with sundries. 14-the bark Wave, 343 tons, Goldsmith, for London, with oil, wool, bone, &c. IMPORTS. Vetsehentercd Inwards from the \0th March to thtlSth March, 1841, inclusive. Per schooner Cenoria-19 baskets tobacco, Kerr & Co. ; 4 bales sacks, F. A. Downing ; 1 cask beef, 21 bullocks, 200 sheep. J. and R. W. Murdoch ; IO caTes cheese, I case luci- fers, 26 reams paper, J...