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

. SHIPPING. JOT^LklGJgNCE. ? I . _ -Arrived. is On the -21st— The seliooner Henry, J. Griffiths, 1 master, with a complete set oL»Jialii4: ; gear. ? ? .._.-?-. On tiip.-_23nd,— The^utter Fauny^ Jacobs, master-, ? V ?4roin-Ciiv«lar^Hi?adV-- 1 Oi- tin* 23rd, — H? M. C. Charlotte, with Sawn 7^ Timber, cut ou the banks of the Tamar. ? U On the 20th,— The brij: Cleopatra,. Capt. Sweet, fop I London, witii 200 tons bark^flT-^alrfrTaiid 2 buu- | ^1(?sTn'w7-ol..^4Jitsises«gei' Mr. Whatjy.. . ?- h SUips ?''Uurrell, Mary : brigs Flizabeth, Czar; 1 cutt,'i--Faii(i3', schooner Ht'i.ry. I S.Olejj i fkom HobartTowm. ii* Ou'.Hie...l7tu^— TJie-sUit*~-Drwnnore-, Oa,»t. Pet-'ie, for ^Jf^apnie. ? ' ? L^ .-JOu-Jtu^AA^y-rTAit ; ship Eed RTiver, €apt -(z'n^tm, Jior £ydi»ey, with 4^a, ^tobacco, fire arms, ai d .-.alt, and 11 ?j»as:-tiiif»--i;jrsi -.4 Officers, 5 strjraufc*, 8 i*.o«r;o-.;i ^^,^^inimm-^^111r-7Tivates7-24'Mravi(-i-, a-*: 3*3 , I ci^Hd^^^1-6145he^ft^t-ftegiInent, and 3 absentees horn New Sout...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. ? A-&A&B*—— ? — MESSAGES UPTON & WEDGE, beg leave to inform their fri nds and those who favor them with ttat»ir pattouage, that from unavoidable circumstances, they are obliged po^pmp the opening of their £»tablishm nt9 1__ limit the ^ ft th instant hPin^r Quarter Day . : . - . ? ? TERMS, ? - ? # ' Including English, French, Writing, Arithmetic, drawing, Dancing. &c, Boarders j?44 per; Annum, Day boarders i?16. I Piano r.777^~lffi~WJ2r[~ ^^i^: ? «ZTi -*~ Singing. ... 5 0 0 I WaAiog. ... .^4 0 © , launceston, March 18th, 1831. TO THE ~PiZBfdtC+, : . TH f R'E being: do tice^sed H3ttse^b;r 4he( _,..._ accommodation of Travellers, between I launceston and fi- iiiomoriti, the Undersigned j begs to inform the Public, that he has fitted up ' lii« House tor the purpose of Travellers, -where i the y i an be accom mode ted with Lodging and ke- ! freshmfents _-»n reasonablertermsv .. — - ??___-._- Good stabling «nd Paddock b for Horses, &...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

To Correspondents. — The papers from Oat. lands, '?ummentinfi — -u-pon— th«- Hobart Town lJre.«5.t«. with regard to ..'he Police have b* em | handed to us, but they do '^ot coincide with ; out view of the subject. i The letter of Quid Nunc on th*» New Bank, will \ not do. This gentleman's itch for satire, dis qualifies him for serious subjects. Bj_jM!jr.- paragraph hended „*' Newspapers' the remarks of *? A friend to peace,*' he will seet ? have been anticipated. ? The favor of Ambl h, Fleur de r is. Gum Tree, [ and A Catholic are und*»r consifieraJion. .V# [ should be obli^d, if Ambush, would give us a \ call at his ^convenience, as his matter seem- to \ require revisions, which we do not feel our selves authorised to make.

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

T»B SCRJBBLRR.-No. 10. j TViprP isii propensity for iriola ._ _ilnj5 the ^uthJ'h^nL. nf childhood are tine infancy. . Ev ^.'^S TJavesnot theTm^r tured wiih ih» ™*» ' J terrors has closed this sub until the Grim King - rf .£«™b£ ? Tnrough lunary scene upon the mf rt*1 frceiva»)le in every m a^ptive hf»^Xhosli^s goods, transaction. The roerend *hem-the faimer and tm- consumer w»'^ t_tbe Minister ot habit of^»'«»er1«HX^fi^ which Tlo« seem that lh»nj ? «, .a £*«» l« » w-1 consider men not --xi-t «i reality, Ior !*ij,. ? _ener8l power ot I ?I »'«ks' in tZ'S ruth, cand'r anXsmceri^ pleasing, we find «'' *™ l^» TY^whileTlJerffiulttH »fc *» bot, KSSj?^d w-rt Jelusioii, JeL tudc ''K^ ParS^Sm« 5e admitted by every tion and error. » ra»« » or woman candid reader, that there i^noi '- in exi8tencerA»te^^t^uea^ ^8^. ef telling an ''^'XbTe picture of human [?] [?] 1 ? - . '~ ' j Tr.,,1. i have but an ifi- , different respec * »' ^^J \ httd a thorough tin whichisAe-^act, bo Hm^R can now pro . deman...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

His ioW W politics. ?nr' present 'PWHftal *pecu»atv-n* ; and we : Hunk, aMh* J^NwiU b« found not alt.ge th«r mconn«nM with the affair* which h«ve of late so emoroifed *n«l Jte.tated 'te whole I _* i.-. ? ,hat it. mav lnstlv claim s»me a.ipotioo. Th^lSrolntions in France, as ; w'll us in the Ne ^el+»nds, haw been^amly ? «.hu«.4 iucHia-quence of dilutes reipeetHv: ?; the Prww. 1' -w** £*- sp.Jden measures a- i 4-»i dt- CHARt SX - tasrfenoe th« Pre*s, i which fir* ca .*4 -h* r-e-,,rfe of Ftanc.e.'« «b« e» -wwir: .w^-fbaw. -* the,. y . e whl(;n :W^fc»i«Si*in* ?;?«**., 1B the -ow en tries Uie life v -?? *?' -Press was the bone of -,,,nte i *ff. the P«ftPle were persuaded ? tteStTWv-**-iwH»B« lhis-feeeA)«,-and_ fc,,owi«g' no better, a«d be.oS glad of some - «,...8.W« re-— ? to *hew tueir di4fc«to the.r h h desideratum ia «-» t*«*n* where he |W exists ; bn| lft»t, W not to say tbatthe workines of*-- P««are always ijfoorf.lhe tr«-li isin ,p^«itWD4oJhis, fori.1 a^en «»'e-- thew J8so.art»«ya9...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

-?'?Trtfa*««-^*«-J-««s«!!M===^=B=-- reply to the letter of A ™*''c'Ath 'in8,a,lt, as I peaid in your ,,aper of he lit ' '; 'dent perceive that both you »»fjo'r ™'et£e case. Challenge ^^^^C^^ P'-' A Merchant has so very amj ^su v ^^ position, ft.1 I. f^Lting »'h » f»™Wttbte quate to the task ot ?'''' ''ked as he is by you. an antagonist, especially, bai,^ ««.» f ar. He is evidently accustomed to ?'hng^ ther regard to order, or the laws .u ^ paper,' and thereby 'ork.ng l* b '9 fj ^ Colvg, to the latter P»f» of wh«* l -^ j wiU dissent. In order to support my ? R , . Vaa suppose that no Banu ™- ^-— ^0 means ot DieS.en's Land ; and tW^^ from pri. raising money but by ' '°*n» ' Capitar,st iu the »ate Individuals. There«»otattPo Island who wou d aOvaucejmp ' J th can of interest as ten per &Bt-V™\oM aUo, for better employ the.r j -^*S '^Xthe security the_masLP_art, not bes^'^ ^^ ? afforded by a B^-f^S^lr will they7-v«n warrants of ^u»™.s* J^rSiS trai!tion\nder ? — upon those ^cunti...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

rr-.i.vM,r*f theLaancestonkdvertistr. pleisanjt sce,,e whichloriM^^—^^^^ [he late Mr. *«^a^'h,rWfldi of »h« saiue l^e^harch^f -?**??♦ .fished toW.y^iiin^r retigion very »^~% -ffijchofdi. /They did others who ^™r^»^Viiooen'4a«»ckB 1 ideaAfoiiaUhough the «ew ^n^^^^.toJ ; th omission of th* ce«B.?n|J^ ^ den0 ^ ---'?'' ,/?;;:? -vU- :- .- ? .? _' ^;.-. -^ ?;? - ' ,,'--.. be^rdeputed here to admin^ter the last sad offices of 'religion .o the -jf^-^Kl® ' resttoyou, .._,.-.?«. nemauii'& ^h, Your Obedient Servant^ Jonius TasmA^icus^ ? ^ ? _- -anendto .it.— Bd. L, A.J ~-

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 April 1831

SATTRDAY'SnftAZETTE. CuTznc ATES.-JamesjDreed .813, JliiaJJj . Wi« jjimJVrils. W, ^-^1v-Ooaford 'Anf us Tergusoti . 50 £ady Caetlerewh, Tickets op Lbave.— OfaarJe- Dpwhlrst. 540 Roslyu Castle, j ? vVilham Baildam. 692. §it Godfrey Webster, I TicSH-*or»LEAVE Cancelled ,— Jobn Ambrook. Caledonia, 90, i for gross misconduct.   Notice. - The undermentioned tenders to rent Crown Land, have been accepted. Forms of the bonds will be seen with the respective     Police Magistrates.       1. Wellington parish. P. D. New Norfolk, Mansfield. Wm. 500 acres, on the N.W. side of the Black Snake rivulet, extending to the back of the Grants to Walker, Kane, and the Messrs, Geiss. Juniors, bearing westerly. 2. Movern district. P.D. Campbell town. Peter, Charles. 500 a. adjoining his grant.   3. York district P.D. Richmond, Risby, Thomas, 200 a. bounded   by and between his land and that of Andrew Berry.   4. Break-o-day di...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 2nd, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

LAUNCESTON APrERTISfiR. ' It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind, that we are beit able to practtBe that general rirtoe which comprehends the love of ?H.'.— MotfTEganigp. ? ? , ? ' MONDAY, MAY-Snd, 1831. ? The present exc dingfy oppressive low price of heat, has brought us a whole volume of com. lain ts from the interior, res pectmg the wag^s of agricultural labor ; and although we are the last in the world to advocate any eiicroactynenis upon the Poor, we cannot help coinciding in a great measure with some of the remarks before us. There seemstobe so much justice in the propositU on of one of Jh^ complainants, (( that a man's labor is valuable only in proportion to the benefit which accrues toTiis employer there from' that we must confess our opinion in fayor of Abam Smith's - Doctrine, of its beioff the duty of ^y^ry ^ood statesmen J:o uphold high wages, is a good deal shaken. It j?eems Jiowererlhit the difference in the l-calmes of En^lnfld and this Colony, may rtdmit of o«r a...

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AGRICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

? AGSitmrG :ffi. A series of most sensible articles upon this sub ject, Jiity«_ceceniijl cijy^at^d-rin-tie— Australia*^ which Tvfi haTB^raudi pleasure in copying for tht^ edifioatiou of ourreaders. I't-j_s injomM-pjnion, as 'desirable that the Public should be instructed in. tins respect, as Jn PoJUics. Agrjrjiiturn res _P' its their pecuniary WKparv^ :- -while Politics af fec - ihearin other respects; — In a politJvaLpoln! of vi^Wt we Jahor to_jnake thv People — - ontenteiL =©ii7i eT theiT'ra 1 ers^o^ef pnd~rhisi_ from ^-ppres--j eioti — to niiin-iiiJ good order, and to ;idd_ as j ? ? — - ... | much as possible to the Public peace. The _prf- ; ~^-viiiiojjIiil_QUiii_iv_^^ is to^ -Bfi^^ari»tjH4ea^-gaiuliis we trnsi ttfL_d?alLji_ver j ceawto^strive ; _«d^vhen we lose the feeling- of fiv^bojuv-lfinglishjnejL, Jet the PuMc_ teH us hsti W«- are apostates, Mttd condemn us . accordingly. vV« havj recently taken part with the Powers thrti foe — w* have d«ne so, because of the ; fac* t]oir~*...

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. (continued from page 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. (continued from pmgc 3.) At the Quarter Sessions at Sydney, on the 5tfk ult., an appeal [_» as argued by Mr. Therry, om behalf of William Crisp, of Bumbary Curren, against a conviction under the Impounding Act; when the Court having retired some time, deli vered its judgment through the Chairman, who stated, that although the Bench considered the Ma gistrates had made a very equitable awatd, yet, in asmuch as it was not supported by the letter of the Act of Council, the conviction must be quashed. Mr. Holm an. — The author of some elegant des* ? criptive pieces (especially his travels through Si- I. beria and Austria, where he was some time con- ? | fined as a state prisoner), is about to pay Sydney ? . |_ a visit, from Van piemen's Land, where he lately ! arrived in the Merope, from ChfaaT— Mi. H. is^t - half-pay Lieutenant of the Navy. He is quite blind; but, strange to say, travels about the world to gratifr his thirst for disco vejy^ndu^)b ? nervation...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

POLICE ^tELiriGENaSr ?_ -_ . .__ The following cases have beiMiTiisposed^fT L Samubl Browm* charged with being drunk, ? fined fiv* shillings. _. tm , , ' r Owen^onnolly, charged with bermg dronfe, fined Jive shUlings. ? . , ^ ? t ? : ? zi Lawrence Lyons, charged with Drunkenness, fined five shillings. ? - '?? and assaulting a Constable, fined five shiDilagS and to. find sureties to keep the peace for three months. ? ? ? .. .- Thomas Flowers, for feloniously sjejjing,ja» king and carry«*~away sundry-pwees-o^-ceoar ~- boa?d, value ffuen pence from iKe~|jreonw«, aiid The property of the R-vd. Dr. Browne, fully j committed for iriaWt the auarter Sessions. — lNPORMATioNS.-During the Week there has been whkt the Americans would call a pretty considerable' bustle among the PubiiCaiis at Nor -folk-Plains ? Informations have been laid against Jive out of the six of- then for bleaches oi the harboring and^ippling act. They, however, es caped being fined through the ingenious exertions of Mess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

For London Direct ? gggft -^ ? THft tine- last -tailing-- first Class, ~-5S «& r ^^*JIIP ^TOftELL, Cap_tain^fiTc*f r, ^fOiilii *' now lyi^n m .the Tamnr ;~anrj to sail ~§gij£sa$.'n about 14 days from this__Port, — two families.- -T-his Ve^sjeJHhas a l'o^p ^ and-js hi exJl}y re.spect a coj ye-ijrnt and comfortable ship. ? '\_Ajif-Iicatioii to be wade tcFthe Captain o«~ ..' boards .--?-' — *^^ncestonJ3J*^4-riJ, 1831. ? :_: ;~~ FnrLoMdonzJ}iirpct,^' — — IMl-i^l-E j:'jBj#e fa t- ailiotr Atp Themak Law- [ ? J- / tV? W,4^aw*jon Li~. R. -S^Comttl^i-T flHOB r**ut 'IV tw -^i)i-- -P^rt, ?_C?PI -Hob«uit i oun, | ? y here' her detention^ iM not excefdTen days. The] ^rhujpat part ^o? her— cargo -hfaim: -positively .1 go-. £3 tft-d, h«T 6tay here will not be more-than^ilin1* Week*. .;.; - ? '???'??? , _ ' ? - Accommodations -foi ^asseogers— are-auch-as- W-n^ff-ture e^very comfort jwo convenience. p^r F4r«iglit-oi=-£a8sia4{*v-«PI^ y *° . — ? ' ? WILLIAM WAWUNi^AW, ? ™ Agmt Lau- «ces ton. 1...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

FOETKW -iEiinm~VDritifn ixtempiptt, on seeing a young Jady of 16 yearn of age^ hanying on her Mother's bosom* _ in compa?rys which circumat.fi nee was made the subject of ridicule among the person's present. Children of Fashion-tell me, tell me wh-»n# A scene like this your votaries can shewS 4; Say caa the Novelist vvita sickly pen, ? | Produce an incident like this ?— Oh, n«. 4. A wi^in lyjuigon herjtf others -bi«ast— . ? H Tho* tie in Public— ho one can condemn, 7 i — Long may she there in peace, most sweeflf \ rest, .. ~ it A blushing rose bud ron^i parent stem. _n_ t' Perdition^seize the^wretcli, wliose wicked heajt W Could owl a vish to '~s6w~dissention tuere-* i| Or who with treachery would-seet4o-part ; ? J So blest a union in so sweet a pair. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

rfVN' S At/E by the Un4ef«ignm£ at ^iSe ^yt. Stores ifl^tjtbaiie^ti^tjftjgQBceytQij,- ~ — -??:-----^ ^an_d | ;it tb* Sand tlJUs, the foilowIugljSOOrDS — .whjEft^rjMJc^jtiil'^mtity^ parliiulaTly deserytfr' the attention of Srttlerh,»»djJthers, in the pies em depressed stale ol prodtice, and scarcity of— cjush. ? _...._. - ' '???; ? __ ? ?---Suv4^'** ;-hlue-4wil-bJack-5axoii_Clothj front „ ? ? 45ii^iiJii(u?tJi_^]gd _ Di», Qxfoid nitxuir* . 25s ? ^ell|i»(|^!ijM-ots ol^jhej^bi^juality, 25s per ? ;pair ' ~ — ''^ ~ -^^- ? j - — -. ? Men.-** superfine hatSj-S^s-each Slops, consisting. -f Gmoios'_£lt«.h waistcoats^ ;^ with'v|eev**Sv - J 5v ^«t*h— ? Z' Phrsh and o»her waist--jats, from $- 6d ea«'h ? -Striped^hirts,^uli sines ,__3|- JSc1 each 'Complete suits of corduroy lined throughout ?- 30- »-r s«it ? . Very superiof candle- wrick, 3^ per lb. ''._.. — ? Pic4t led_-ai tuon in ine pretserv atioj»___ BJaitkeCs — .:_- 1 Piipts ? ^z ? L ? Ginghams Calicoes —-- ^hirti;igs_ IVa - . . Sugar Tobacc...

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SOLUTION OF PUZZLK'S, ENIGMA IN OUR LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

SOLUTION OF PUZZLE'S, ENIGMA IN OUR LAST. I've read PuczleisHEinigma, and' truly cin 'Guesr* It's solution with very great ease; i But his plural, alas! I ca*i never possess, I am M-retclied— his plural is e e e e e. The. one end of eternity — t'other of time, Is the answer I plainly can see, He commences with elega ice ends with sublime; And therefore ' guess* he is E.

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

THE SCRIBBLER.— No. 11. IWatrimont.— The discords which too fre* 4jwently exist between man aijd^jfe seems to be a subject well deserving the attention of the_ Set holer, whp«-wishes to render any service to His fellow creatures, by the promulgation of~~1iHr opinions and exper-ienre, :Ii presents a vrideiield for speculation, -and is a toj c of general inter est. It therefore needs no apology ; »nd if a man in the course of an essay, rah say any thing which shall add but one tittle of happiness to a ^redded pair, or take from them one painful sen sation, his labor is amply repaid. Marriage we the promotion of their mutual happiness ;; and is ?*, Eanrtioiu-d, nay, commanded by Holy Writ. It hi when phsUfu\teiJly considered, the nt pitta uUrtt of human enjoyment ; for in it we find every d«^ li^ittfnl' sola e wiiich can .be iinagftKd. The — ^^HHrH4i^4we*44ie^^w4^ett4ed^^^^rd^-Jrii4id=-- shjp--*the utmost confidence reposed and tecei tred— the sweats of sympathy- and the soothing* o( a...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

r 'HISTORY AND POLITICS; *Fhe Probable Effects of ihe Present Strife of European Politics on the Colo «/ .y. — F'.-r A'T^ra! *.veei»s past h-? Politic I -icp^r.me?it of our j-iUrn--l, his beon, wtHlfv ©cf*-iO(ed, by ' »ic stale of iiurop^; and th l*-w* re ol-»uonary events, which h^vea^itHted the rMi-pau *.' on linen t. v* e should nor h«f- atfo.dtrd -hcsf* meters o tnuch «p* ce.. bu for tti« uii*cii ?*«y-*u.-» a i mpt* which we h»ve seen* mude, -o sow tiie seeds of disaf f cnxi aod disorder raonff our S- e-ety, by Himiug: panegyric- -\u the ** jjlori us exam ples' of th ? Con tin 'ii ,il States. To evira te ract nnvthingof this kind, as fora- lays in o»T p^w-r, we consider to be . n inp? ra tirr i^uty ; one tvhioh js incumbent upon us i-rTonrn -for-the ^UT-p^rt~*ve -lUave 4*»cm*eu X^iuUiie_£ubyc. We|iave, 'fcjiopp, jcl^rly si«e.vn, that wifh regard tofhe tate revolufi ons, *he facts generally have been greath €x«g oratfd — that many ciretim^aticpsiiave b°*»n altogether mi--sta ted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS DAY, Public Pound, Eastern DkisioB, Norfolk Plains, ?'' '''' April 18th, 1831. IMPOUNDED by Younger -Warn*,, of Norfolk Plains, AyriL3r-L;_ 1 md- st^errjio^jinind-visible, damages, _!&_ youndage 6d, per day, Feod aod water 3d, per -Iaj. If not redeemed within the time allowed by law, it will be sold fay meat the Pound, on' ^li«^^M-^^iie^ay^n^1ayr^«»rding— to— thf- ^ro*isHHis-of-th«H^pouBdinff Art. ? ? — i^^ WILLIAM SAi.T\lA!l-H, Poundkeeper. PMbH«-^niniH,^rth Apr-{ -*♦ h, 1 8.11 . IMPOUNDEi--by ^A. Ba: clat, Esq., Cambork. - ? 1 H-€d^i»aiM-W heifer, white back Ffind~1»ellyy branded on ttip near rump 4. ?-:?-? ...r....rr: 1 bla-k gowv white bark and belly, branded ©n ti^ar hip gH a young calf by hcrside, no brand. 1 read year old poland heifer white belly, a large white star on forehead, damages five shil lings per head, poundage 6d per day, food and water 3d~per day. ? ' If not claimed taken away, and expences paid, on or before the first Wednesday of ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 May 1831

LATEST EU OPE AX INTELLIGENCE. {cimiinued fr- moiir tntt.) Letters from Rome, of th- 12th August, mei- i tion t!»at the Pop»: h;id held a Couih il oi V- idi oab, which had voted that the Court regrt--fpfl reevni occurrences in ) aris. but that the ** Holy Father would not oppose hims M to the vi^ws »f the French Nation. ? This decision is tant;im--unt to a recognition of the ' new state of things' by his holiness. The new frencb money is to bear the head of the new Soverfi,:nt surrojijidfd by the legend ; ^*dtonis-I4hi1iipe4T*ing of the Frencb.' The re verse will present a cn-wn, formed of a branch : ^^Hv«^iHil^4a«r^^n-th*^ ? i date of the year, and the value of the piece, will be inscribed* The Paris papers speak of a modification of the French Ministry, amounting almost to a complete i change ; upon which Mubject, a vorrespondeni of the Times says : In fact, yesterday afternoon the ministry was broken up, and a carle blanche was given to M. Lafitte to choose the six mhtiM»Ms, ^^o-...

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