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original Communications. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 April 1830

I original Communications. i " I,, 1 I glRi__In your Paper of last Week, are some very valuable remarks u"pon one'of 'tile 'Aots'Ww'lmifbre 'the Council ';' ftall luJletolhátrespiclirig the Usury Laws';-and ifi the fulhWt joe remarks meet 'your approval, "I'beg' you will insert them ¡nyour JoniJial. ' ''''', \ ' ''" '""' ' |n a Colony like this,-where there'is, in fact, so little Teal «apit«'» compared to its cnramerce and enterprise,-it appears to me to be of the utmpst importance to define some fixed rate "f interest, at.which, a legal platm, may, be.established,; and in order tq prove the necessity «hore Xully, I; will instance twb cases. ¡Fairst-¡Suppose a persoaipressed for money comes to me, atid,ofle,s a valuable deposit for a small laan, .at'the cotTent.inter^'si, whJoH'I am willing to comply -with ; the spe- culation entered into by him does not suoceed ; he comes to me at the,, time appointed fer the payment, of. the ¡loan, and (elis' nie he> is still wanting money, apd...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 April 1830

Coroner's Inquest. On Tuesday last an Inquest was held at the Man-of-War, before JOSEPH HONE, Esq. Coroner, to enquire into the cir- cumstances attending the death of Ann Turner. From the   evidence produced before the Coroner, it appeared that on the evening of Saturday last, while the children of the de- ceased were asleep in an adjoining room one of them cried, and she having no candle in the house, took a match and lighted it, for the purpose of shewing sufficient light in the room to ascertain the cause of the child's crying, and it is supposed that a drop of the lighted brimstone fell upon her dress, for on her looking round, she perceived her gown was on fire ; she ran immediately to the water-tub in the yard, which unfortunately was at the time nearly empty. In her state of agitation and suffering, she rushed into the street, where she was soon surrounded by persons who came to her assistance. So utterly unconscious was she of what was going forward, that all en...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: APRIL 30, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 April 1830

HOBART TOWN: APRIL 30, 1830. i el it be impressed upon your minds,let it beinslillrd into youl childi!!!, tint li» Libetly of the Piesi is the Pilladiuni ni all )Oui Civil, Political, and Religion-, Rights., Jumtis. There is probably nothing that really tends so rapidly to improve the face of a,country, and to spread various advantages among its inhabi- tants, as a facility of communication between the metropolis, and the various interior and ma- ritime towns ; and it will be found that the very - great attention devoted for some years past to this object in England and Scotland, has been well re-¡paid by an addition to the comforts .* and happiness of the population, producing an , 'increase of commerce and revenue, the natural consequences of facility of intercourse and prompt correspondence through every part of < the country. It is very desirable,to profit by the experience thus held out for imitation, es- pecially when the benefits are so prominently before us, and m...

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Hame is hame for a' that. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 April 1830

SIR,-If you think the following parody on an admired Suólch song, worthy a place iii your entertaining corner of li- terary' varieties, his much at'your service. , i " "' ' 'mA ' '' . - ' / - X' 'Y' Z" ?name is» name #>r a' t«at« Is there an idle spendthi lit here, . \ .\\oulil cheat'the tplks an a' that, i _Jie swears that every thing's too dear, ,Aud erics, Swau R,ivor, und a' that, For a* li» t, *u.n a.' that, His knavish tricks an a' that, .' Enough t fiiiams to keep at hame ' . All honest folks, for a' that, . I Is there a tiadesman who does well, , I And would do butter, an a' that, ' ',) . t, j , His shop he'll close-his goods he'll sell, , j And cues, Swan River, ana'that. ( , i .' For a'that, an a.'that, l( ,'i I ' His restless spirit, au a' that j away 1(lj Tliere'aie those wfio stay, who'ft bear j ,. The prize of wealth, au a' that. , ! , No stone that rolls, t,he wise man said, jr 1 'Shall 'gather moss, an a' ¿hat, , ,- 1 ' And they who seek the sun for shade, , , I S...

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Ross Races. First Day, Wednesday, 28th April, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

( Ross Races. First Day, Wednesday, 28th Api ii, 1830. Sneerjslakee of 3 guineas each, w#h 20 guineas added from tlie Fund, ipr all ages, weigty for age-, 2 milos j } , ¡1st lleat ,2d do. Mr Stacker's Ross, 5 years . . . 1 O ¡ Ï 0 Mr. Burrel'sTramp,4 years ... 0 2 03 Mr GreRSon's Jackey, aged _ . . 0 4 0 2 t Mr Massev's Scotch Lass, aged \ . . 0 3 drawn ! Mr Ttearney's Aaron, 5 ye irs » , 0 ¡5 do. *Mr Waddle's Bagatelle 5 years .,.06 do. i Mr. Rose's Miss Grizzle, 3 years, R^ider-tbxown I 4 Plate of Sovereigns, given by the» Van Diemen':, Land establishment, of the amount of £50 for ;the produce of Buffalo, Waterloo, and Bolivar, 2 injde heats > ' Mr Lawson'« Maid of Lodi, by Bolivar, 0 3 10 Mr Hardwicke's Sultana, by Bolivar, 1 i 0 bolted, Mr Burrus s Lady of the Lake, bj ditto, 0 5 distanced, Mr. Gregson s; Colt., by Buffalo, f0 4f »bolted!. Stiçon4iDa>f Produce Stakes of 10 Guiueas each, P P , for the pro 4aoe of Mares covered in 1826-Colts, §sU ¿lbs., fillies, 1st Sjba -Tw...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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LITER A TURE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

y ..;*>.;' ¡i. LITERATURE* '"'*'/-;< ¡p|,( , Jn pur last, we gave a liyelyjand interesting J j ' description of the cnace of an Irish guager,; by / . '! á party ofpoteen, illicit distillers'. The following «. '^áfcebunt of one of these- stills; may also amuse /many of our readers. The spot alluded to^is , near^'the waters of the beautiful and solitary -'Glen-* Veugh, near the mountains of Donegal : *""Wbilsl contemplating the beauties of the surrounding scenery;'a man turning the point of a rock,' stood unexpec- tedly within a few yards of us, be, Was one'of the largest men ' Thave ever seen among the Irish commonality. He was tall, but that is not unusual f but he was lusty, his bones and " muscles were covered with flesh-there was a trunk-like , swell on his chest, and massiveness in bis body-a pillar-like ' 'formation of limbs, bespeaking that he was a man moulded to b'è. a giant,' and was fed up to the full exercise and capability of bis frame, he had a bull-like c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

i^or .£«bndon »irecti¡ î " > .f ;; THE tirs* jChStf SHijî AïM B,' JA^ES j rJ^Èote<f from Le nclon . O i tneMl*cbir.ge 0{ he* Ootvrara j taro, this Vesstl wilJ jmmir>dmtelj'COinmence,t»kjhg w Co- rnu! Produce, for tht tbovePor*^ ¡ » ,1 < ! The ARAB IS a;i<.u 3hi]>, this being, only her second "jage She has uioat K\c-i!ent Accommodation fofPaWen ers-ForTri-'ght'or l'assagi ap^ly/tb u J w / ! ,' ti J' WILLIAM M,j ORR,, Agent. - ' mechanic' Institution.; > / ¡MTR. HACKETT will dcJiver A Lecture,on! LTJL Hwtoaojics and Hydrostatics, at the Coört-Iiouse, on íoiiday tío 17th Instant, at 1 o'clock in the Evening pre « !y<,~ t r «, , >. ;.;..?,;. Preparatory School,! ^ lim j MELVII,LE-STIVEET.¡uj¡;i -i.ffi </.;;<;. -Jj MRS. COOK respectfully bégs to intimate , to ,tiie Ladie^o/ .Hobart Town and; its ¿yioiflity'ijtbat it j<,her;iñtention.,tojcoininence>a Preparatory, Sjshpo^,foi¡ Xü,ah¿ tifliés ...

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Surnames. (From the New Monthly Magine.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

/' ' ' << ?' Surnames; ;«?? ?< ; L^ V\ (Fto)n''theNew Monthly MUgaihe.) !l ' Men.once were'sdrnanied from',lbéjr^8.tíapeíori'«Í8tW(B,/''f.j,--'í::'. .Yóu/all from'bisto'ry'.tñny leorrí.ii,; ,..'?,'),,'' '),,??,/..;'»,: .///'!/,! There was Louis tlié'Bulky i and Henty We 'Great,. .'/,',.,/ ' y ' 'john' Lackland',.ma Peter ttie'Éwmâ.'[lJlJ'^y.,'i'y.'i-:^y But now| when,thej'do¿r,plates..of ^aBijsVa^^dàràei^'Y''.'^^'; .Arè^rèadi'.each 'so constantly váriej?'.'' /',i: ',.;.*'/¿./.í; ¿-.Vi J'" : From the owners'trade', figure and calling,;surnames .'.'?'$',[ ? Seem given,by the rules of .oontrarjes.' " ,,|, ;.,. ,,'?' .,'{.-?., .?,.;,/ /< ' Tyírl ¡Box,'though pipvqked, never doubles his fist.., "."[>! Alr./Bur?is, in'his ¿rate has .no.fuel.; , !(¡,,,-,,','., '.j,;'.!'i-';;'i,-.'V:.,V Mrl Playfair won't catch ¿ne at hazard pr":.wli¡st¿. :_.,-,/j \ ' ,_.- V. Mr.;Coward's fought manya duel; "¡- -;?.-'<, ii,/ 'i;iV Mr. IFw« is a dunce...

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Original Communications. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

Original Communications. To the Editor of the Colonial -Tunes. '-.íoSlR-;-It isirathernn extraordinary circumstance, I that in j 1liis Country,r-where the staple article ;of ¿export island musí «OBtiriue to be the Fleece,-^so little?has been dorie^byeithpr' growerslor-exportersy.towards establishing á proper/system pf .-preparing iWqoI,! so as to/render ¡ti-in 'the'(best possible icon-' iition for the i English Markets. It is quite a mistake, to sup- posé that.the mere'.cleansing and .packingiupHlheiWooFinto' neatly Tompressed bales, is doing tal that'.is .required in order/, lo give; the í article, i the> full' mdvahtage of price to which jts,y quality may »dually entitle.itisi , ,h:>! . ''?'.: /'??''> 'v ;-i<'' j -This Colony-has-nowrseen-enough-of-the-Wooltrade,-and] - -,_posed'._._,_" .'.«.soriptioW ttórcrtñáy'be|,difterent'sorts^et,the mark'on the". ;, *ale will; b¿!¿ stflBcieut .g»Jarânieé1I'tha'tvthë,conWrfts''«re'Ire^lly, «lmt.aie¡tliereby%b\il cUstbmVh'd...

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Swen River. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

Swan River       {¡A."-1 . )r.'[^PI*Í^JiQaBHESHÍ)NJ>Eíí7<.'3'-' The Swan River Colony presents'no features that äre'at'aU :'inVÍlingito'an JEnglishhlant'to leave ihis''1iààtivèj!spiK1J The writer: resided in the Cojony. seven wccksiäandbaujiduring itliat.timé, many/oppoHÏhities-of obsferiing the disadvantage^ wjth. Which they had íp'p.pntejid. 'He'hpard of several attempts that were made to disco ver--soil that would be suitable, for. agricultural purposes,(;but there was- liule/dilfereiice in tli¿ accounts-all concurred in ,pue. statement, : via.,, the unfitness ' .of the place'forr>a:,settlement. , W explored the coastpf;We^ . soil consisted of an arid,'burping,'sBfl'A», a,'A saw', Juo' dpabt'^ the impropriety of attempting to colonisé so inhospitable â'epast. The soil"bas' that peculiar character which1 ¡is 'uhjßt,' iii the highest degree, for agrícúUurai purpo^ , first week "'of' the 'writer s^'arrival in 'Cockburn Sounil,....

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Indian News. (From the South African Commercial Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

,l' ,,: ."" ', Indian Netos. -,????<>?< , ;..'fFíroni. the' Sàdlhíayrícná?'C6»«fíi'ei;éM/(^aear/tMr.^ ] , , í>ince-,our last, » several arrivals" fjom India have enlivened thebayjand día town. , ftlie.absorbing {opie of i conversation, in Indml ati the period of-these vessels' dopar » ture,-was the^unfortbnafe insolvency ofMessi«. Palmer & Co., of Calcutta, blt.eppears.thatlhe claim of wbi<\u th« payment was pressed, on'beball.ofUrickeieU, Xrail & Co., ofiiLondon, amounted to rapwafrkof £40rQ,000'ste"rJuig. iTlw Meiclmtlis toCCaloutta tendered«ssistanaeltoithe amount ol'» £1,000,000; but» it was'found) that<even j sot large a ¡sum -.would nat have1 enabled the firmitb beat upVagainst ill»wr iqcumbr ance. \ » On. the nominationlofcAsugndesV-iMr,. John Palmer's nnmo appeared,at the heaibf tli&jtist-r-a fact which, on thejrapriear iiog before the<Jndgé«f!tlibiIoBolvent .Court, ,was advertetl to wi»b»oc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

'." "'' ?''.:l'\",<í!'''"'' ^pDVERTiSÈÎvÎÈNT.^ ?; ?O^lti the' Editar;\ôj^^^jt^^^^^' ! v Silt,--It is ai all times most painful to obtrude private) ^raasaçtipns^ circumstancesattending.the late tríalin theiSu preme Court, Stynes and Trey.'tú M'Kayi>are a© peculiar, and hate been so industriously propa j gated: tb my prejudice1, that justice; to; myself re-; quires the insertion 'of a'fair and impartial accoant of'the ; facts" that gave rise to the ^ctipn;;^' es- pecially; as tlie cause being; referred with, dominai'damages,,"has'!,|uerè.as,^d'titW,;'^èr^' erroneous . opinion- of an injurious result to ,me j Whiisi on the contrary,' the whole ^expensé of -'.¡the ^prtóeeding uhave fallen bp the Plaiptilïs, without any!pecuniary,loss on my part., ; ; ,t.-V; . [f he action was brought against the Defendant te recoverthe value ¡of a. large quantity of cattle .that the Defendant had, .in his capacity of AuôT -tioneer, been employed by the1Plaintiffs to sell, and the sale of w...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWNS MAY 7, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

1. I t t t W i U J ! ¡J HOBART TOWNS MAY 7, 1830. LeHt^be impreshed upon your minds,let it bewstilleifhvtoyrtur children, that the Libert} of the Pies« is the Palladium of ' all your Civil, Political, and Religious Right». Junius. i There are few discoveries that have tended so. much to improve mankind, and to aro eliot ate or almost change, as it were, some of the inhe- rent principles of human nature, as the noble Art of Printing; for, to ibis are we mainly in- debted foi the dissemination of knowledge, the promulgation of the opinions of the wise and good, upon subjects of vital interest, the en ' coutagenjent and fosleiing of what is honored by the observance, equally as the condemnation and ! expression of what is the contrary. But among the ntinioiQus advantages so belonging to the faciliFy with which mankind.are enabled~flïûs to derive and to impart instruction, perhaps few are mere immediately valuable to us in this remote corner of the world, than the 'powerii, r.'bestows u...

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Supreme Court, MONDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

Supreme Court, MONDAY, MAY 3.     In the case of William Hobson, which was reserved for ar- gument this day, Mr.Gellibrand, who appeared for Sed ? ¿7í ¡L TnCtf »^' should Üot'-have*been ad Sice-^/rT1 * -^5*!»«** a case fróraJPhilí¡ÜS*s den«ÔÄ?"KS^f^^SM«« to-sLëW-tliafthëev!. SWKL mgh^"^ W5^4««1 »Stealing the bl'" bridle for which Hobso 'iiSrY w«Tñ^--"¿----;" yP«"«n. wA<matiif«aid>líis-jrio ?uS^r^^^í8^'0^« » estable ; nei» "^^fti,?í;^r,s^lf^f>^;b^ trled-rto s^rn evldéoc« ? StK?^^-**^'- aJM'.9°gft^i!înocent,.Wp"ld<soo0Srpay SÏ^W?***m,m .*..prisoner:W¿¿Jd'lïkè to fio sentenced him to be transported for the term of fourteen years. ^^ffa»P&ed;at r'^.barS^no^in^mat!ón ex 0,,er *«?Mh,enext Sessional.Äf,-~.c"u:K,n"^ r"v-«i.«-^s.«¿»r ia*!WtborA shtídderiBg His Honor-we could hardjy distinguish what ne said, sol much wasche «ftXtrd) and ^lus ar&c-ulajion impeded by tbe| force ofhufa$i!j\ty "Vjfe caji¡scarcel$ meune a more d...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 May 1830

SHIP NEWS.   MAY 4-Arrived the brig Lion, Captain J M'Leod, from the Isle of France 21st March, with 996 bags sugar, consigned to W. M Orr, Esq, 462 ditto, John Kerr, Esq., 1903 ditto, 250 ditto rice, and 3 packages hardware, &c., Mr. Gardiner.- Passengers, Lieut Slade, 40th Regiment, Mr. Ounc, and Mr. John Gardiner.                     /.M*,Y 6.-Sailed the ship Ato»c>,¡iHenrrP^c«,Jojhimandej>} from th&^nit^-SS-Wííes wôotï 21 bat¿WIo^,Jf3MiUo linfiiM Annuels, cilicoes, fustians, &c., 5 cases table cloths, cards, drills, &c 1 Ininti le wne, and 083 bushels u heat -Passengers, Mr. and MM Palmer, and 4 children, MM Farden, Mr and Mrs G Welkr, Mi. and Mrs S Weiler, Mrs H. Fenton and Child, Misses A and F Weller, und Mr AndrewlOlfver. ^.BMAY 7..- Sailed the ship George CanningxJo\\n Bulley, com- mander, with p...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

To Correspondents« The Letter of L. L. on the Usury laps, and many other Communications, tee are obliged to defer till our next. Our readers must excuse our no1 giving any Literary Varieties this tbeeh, as the trials in the Supreme Court have occupied so much of our space as to render it utterly impossible. We trust this will prove a sufficient ei-w.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

[advertisement.] ' "*y~-* To the Editor of the Colonial Tibies. Sir,-It is at all times most painful to obtrude private transactions ou the public notice, but the circumstam es attending the Inte trial in the Su- preme Court, Stynes and Troy v. M'Kay, are so peculiar, and have4 been so industriously propa- gated to my prejudice, that justice to myself re- quires the insertion ol' a l.iir and impartial account of the facts that gat a rise to the Action ; es- pecially as the cause being referred out of Court with nominal da magra, has increased the very cironeous opinion oi an injurious result to mc; whilst ou the contrary, the whole expense of the proceeding have lullen on the Plaintiils, without any pecuniary loss on my part. The action was brought against the Defendant to n-cover tint value ot a large quantity of cattle that the Defendant had, in his capacity of Auc- tioneer, l)een«*mplojed by the Plaintiffs to sell, and the sale'of1 which, hy their directions, took place in Mr. Bu...

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WEDNESDAY, May 12, 1830. DUNN v. STYNES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

Wednesday, May 12, 1830. J DUNN i). STYNES. v>: "'Tbisaotiqn was brought by the plaiutiff, Mr. Dunn, who is ' a Banker ii» Hobart Town, against the defendant, Mr. Stynes, " a' Settlei1' at the Coal River,' t« recover the amount of a pro "''missory note for £132, dated at York Plains, and made ' "payable to Messrs. J. and J. Solomon, or Bearer. > '' " It appeared in evidence, that the noté had been discounted "'''at'the Bank of the plaintiff bv J. and J. Solomon, andforrea ''?' sons that did not appear, the plaintiff sought to recover from " tho defendant, and not of the Solomons, to whom the money had ' ' leen'tulvanced. '. Aftei the usual proofs of a valuable consideration having been ejten, the following very extraordinary case was elicited fiom the witnesses : It appeared that Stynes was on his way nora his distant '' stock run to his farm at the Coal River, and had on the road stopped at the Man of Ross Inn, ,at Ross Bridge, where he had so far indulged in his libations to...

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Thursday, May 13, 1830. ROSS v BENT. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

< Thursday, May 13, 1830. . , Ross v Bent. ' I j . Mr. Gellibrand, on the part of the defendant, moved to put off'the trial foi twelve months, on the ground that Mr. E. H. Thomas, who was represented to be a most important witness tor the <iefendant, had lately gone to "England, and his return could not be expected before the time fur which it was ., proposed to put off the trml. ' . The Solicitor General, o*n the part of the plaintiff, objected to the delay, on the ground thal it would operate to the injury )of his client to bave a cause of this nature for so long a period undecided. ' His Honor the Chief Justice ultimately allowod the case to stand over.-By this measure Mr. Bent is freed from all immediate litigation connected with the visit of Mr. Simon Stukeley to this Colony. After the angry feeling excited ia t the course of the trial Butler r. Bent, we really hope to see Mr. Ross withdraw his action, and so put an end to the irri- tation, that a citicisr...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

!» ?{ > . Quarter Sessions. TJie business of the Quarter Sessions commenced yester- day before Joseph Hone, Esq. the Chairman ; P. A-Mia-' Grave, Esq., Josiah Spode, Es.q., J.H. Butcher, Esq.,' and JOHN Kerr, Esq.,-tvken the newly appointed Magis- trate, Hknry Arthur, Esq^.as sworn in, and look bis seat on the Bench. . * Robert Watson was charged with stealing n'quanlity of ' 'aeed líeos, tie property of Government, from the garden ii the lit! iàlfê'l fl - o<ü ¿Afr ,dqfiain, «liera he ,was employed H|Va, .labouring gardener, underthe superintendence ot Mr. Davidson ' , \[erdiot-Guilty. Hannah Scott' was next put lo the bar» charged with baring stolen from, the dwelling-bouse of JW. Seacombe, Esq., a ring, value'twenty shillings, the property of bet master. The prisoner was defended by Mi. Gellibrand, and received a good character as to her general demeanour from Mrs. Seacombe, »bo was a'witness for the prosecution. Verdict-Guilty. The prisoner was charged with a second...

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