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Recollections of Bolivar. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

Recollections of Bolivar« I was a resident of Jamaica at'the time General Bolivar, Colonel It-, and some others who had nssisted ia the South- American struggle for independence, re-arrived at Kingston,' with the double object of inducing severn! of the British officers to join his standard, and opening a negotiation with the British government, for the recognition of the inde . pcudence of the new.republics. Colonel R-ttas evideutly regarded by the general as bis most conti deiltinl friend and ad- viser. His father bad raised a regiment in the first American \yar, and the son, conceiving his promotion had not been equal to his deserts, (another officer being placed over his head that very day alter he had been promised the same step), sold his coiumksinn, and joiued the fortunes of.the liberator, i For a time after their arrival in Jamaica, many of the British officers showed them the most friendly attention, but at the end of about six weeks those attentions were . suddenly withdr...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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supreme court. MAY 10, 1830. BUTLER [?]. BENT. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

,., a .i.« ' 0W»JaM3§ COURT, ". -ii ," ,,,-.! -'. .'</?' "hay 1071880. ' . -'.?''. :1 li" .*?' - '^ kViLEÏt'o. ¿ENT. " "'Î ' j:> '! 'WlB above 'cause, which ,w as for Libel,, and, the fir6t in ubiob aijury l>»d "..B impaunWied, excited, veiy considerable' interest, i A number of Gentlemen-were summoned, the names' 0f Tvhoro were written on separate cards,and, pat into a box,' «ben the Clerk pf U> CoorJ drew them pul one by onjs, and' the following Jury were selected :- . > Dr. James Ross Mr. William Mawle ¡ Mr. William Watchorn Mr. William Bunster Blr.'William Lewis Mr. Benjamin Guy Mr. Henry Hopkins Mr. John Walker , , i Mr, George Stokell '?; Mr. Geor, e Wise Mr. William Wilson, and | Mr. Robert Mather. >Ir. Mather intimated to the Court, that he had been sub nooed as a witness,. aud wished (to know if be could aerve jj, tbe double capacity of witness and juryman. The Counsel for the plaintiff/after stating to ,the Coorisel for tbe defendant the point upo...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: MAY 14, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

X3 O CART TOWN: MAY 14, 1830. le' It be impressed u non y on i minds, let it lie'mstOled mlo\ nur rliildien, iliHt itie Xiil>erl> ol the I'n-is is me Palladium ni ni! yourCiwl, l'r>liticalajuud Religious Rights. Junius. The subject of Trial by Jury is so old, and so hacknied, has so long served as a sort of watohword to the'disaffected, and so much has boen said and written about it, that we ave almost unwilling to make it the subject of any observations ; and yet so important à proceeding as has this week, for the ñrst time since Van Dienien's Land has been a Colony, marked the sittings of the Supreme Court, cannot, with any propriety, be passed over in silence by a Public Journalist. ' ' Most heartily do we'congratulate our fellow Colonists, that an Institution of such ancient and honorable standing:, is at length practically vouchsafed to us.-We have no occasion to drag our Readers through à long history of o,ur country, for the purpose of exemplifying the beneficial con...

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

For Sydney     TO Sail immediately, the superior   First-class Ship WARRIOR, John Stone. Com-   mander burthen 500 Tons, having from the discharge of Pas- sengers at Swan River several splendid Cabins disengaged. For Freight or Passage, which may be had on mode-   rate Terms, apply on board , or to the Charterer, Mr. H. C. Sempill, Macquarie Hotel. N. B.-A large quantity of Norway Pine boards, consist- ing of Doors, &c. fitted up in the Ship for Steerage purposes, to be sold cheap.           For.íSydney« j*SL THE fine Jb'nst class Ship ARAB, 2jjjg|¡£ James Ferrier, Commander, burthen per Regis- ter, 2&Ü Tons ; will Sail for the above Port in 14 Days. This vessel possesses excellent accommodation for Passen «crs, and cai ries an experienced Surgeon. * *#* For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander, on boord ¿ or to _WILLIAM M. ORR, Agen...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 May 1830

NEWS. SHIP Tile follow mg is the liarlo ol ti e bug Norval Captain Har fison, whose irtlial we unnoticed m our last -10 hales, î ti tinks, 1 box, an 1 1 misses Hannels shawls, kersey mel es, ruL.s, Winkels woulkiis, hosiery, apparel, &c. Kemp and Go , ii boxes, 83 casks, mid 4 ti usses prints, shoes, glass, «ast-non, earthen« iii, machinery, sugat, tai px Ung, hiinis, gups pis tols.^swoiäs, lronmongei), Japan wai e, frying pans, haidvvure, shut, ami tohacfcrç pipis, 120 tju iltur.bannis and 40 halt Inn .reis gunpowdir, 3000 fire |bittks,, 12'anvils, lb44 pines cast . 'iron anti 4 mill stones, C(>mbic, Maclaren, and Co , 20 half i- Jbjiireis nml SO {mai ^er burrel» JWwiidt r, anil 25 cjicsts min Kets, John Ken 3 boxes appaiel, Jnuics Gow , ObatrUs wine, 14 bairels beer, 5 punche ns rum, 1 piece brnïidv 1 boxhitrd wue, 2 biles snl cloth, 4crates earthenware, 144 boxes r.ii «ms, 40 into entrants, la cases and 0 bales colton«,, 3 boxes horn buttons, 2 cases hosieiy and straw ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

SHIP NEWS No arnvals~br departures in the Uiver,Derwent during the last week * ' i ä A ( ,,u 1 «. lhe s)tip Wanior, Captain Stone, is fclçaiuig for Sydney. (&T I w. s'-Vesvli remaining fítífle Hprbour. ' j Sîïlp» Arah' Miu"y>4v-{rrii>rt aud^WánstíaíL, b^g» Npr-^ vii, Voliisiii, Catolme.Deveron, and transpon snip Eliza. """" IiaU\crst»n, May 17 -No Arru als tins week-Sailed the bins Oi/if, Captain Hindson, for Sydney, with 4032 bushels when, 40 huies wool, 1Í30 kangaroo skins, 8 bullock huies, and J tusks ti mt -Smled the cutler tunny, Richard freder- ick, in isler tm~Clrc»lat Heart, with Î0O bushels mils, B1 bat,6 flour, g1,buss sug ii, and sundi y smalt packages-Pissender, < Charles Lamfoi.fl. ( Veweli umalnltig tit the Harbour, 'Ship Cln »um« , hnrtiue Ijucyu1)ayiibnn,^

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Sheriff's Liability. Court of Exchequer, November 28, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

Sheriff's liability. ?ourt of Exchequer, November 2S, 1829. A gentleman applied onbehalf of the Shena of Worces- tershire, for an order of the Court, 'authorising; him not to ¿nake a return to a writ of ßrri facias, on the ground thatv he was not properly indemnified. After a long argument, tho Court said,they were of opinion that the Sheriff was bound to make the return, for it never could be supposed that a Sheriff could refuse to execute the King's Writ on the " ground that bo was not properly indem'nihed ; besides, if such ground could be allowed as a reason for'refusing, it would, in many cases, amoont to a total denial' of justice. Suppose, for instance, a man tad a great number of deb- tors that he was obliged to sue, it would be'a most grievous calamity that he should be obliged iu1* "every instance to give seonrity. It was difficult enough now for a poor man io put the machinery of the law into operation, without ' i throwing greater) obstacles in the way. It was, therefore...

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Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

7 ' Emigration. ,i) The followingi.humeious, quuvqn,tbe comforts of emigra- tion the rage, (aje which is ¿ow carrying crowds ' of people ifrom^t|ie shores of Old, Ebglaiid, is given in'Mr. Hood's Comic. Annual :- ",. .,, ' 'ii. . m,( ." Sqwmpash J?latt§l Qth November, 1827. " Dear Brother,-Hero v(0 are, ( thank Providence, safe« aud well, and in the jr7ncsti country yon ever saw. At this moment'I have before me the sublime éxpirnse^orScpampash Flatts-the majestio Mndiboo winding through the midst with the magnificent range, of the Squab mountains in the dis- tance. But the prospect is impossible to déícribPin a letter J I might as well attempt a pariorama in a pill-box. ! Wo have! fixed our settlement on the left tank of thenver., In crossing the îapids we lost most, of our heavy t baggage,, aud all onr iron woik ; but by great,,good jfortune we saved Mis. País.- ' ley's grand piano and the rcliildien's; toys'. Our1 infant city consists of three log-huts.oiid one of clay, which, how...

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Supreme Court. SMITH v. M'RA. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

, Supreme Court« SMITH v. M'RA. The'SoHcitoT-General and Mr. Ross for the plaintiff. Mr." Solicitor-General, May it please your Honor and Gentlemen Assevsor., This is an-action-brought bj Mr. M. S,mith against Jjr, j M'Ra. It is an action for breach of covenant, and it J one of considerable importance to the inhabitants of tins Co lohy. Under an agreement, made in July 1826, by which the plaintiff was to allow the defeuflant the use of 1300 acres, of land, and to give him £l 20 currency per annum for three1 years, the plaintiff delivered into the charge of the defen- dant 800 sheep, viz. 434 ewes, 10G wethers, 9 rams, and 2.Ï7 Iambs of both sexes. It will be shewn by the evidence of 'several persons of experience in the'management of sheep that the returns .made by the defendant, particularly that of tho last year, were totally inadco1uatp;,to)the number of ewes he had under his charge. The rcturns_\>ere as. follows -«. First year's return, to the l2th November 1827, on'431 i ewe...

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ACT OF COUNCIL. ANNO UNDECIMO, Georgii IV. Regis, No. 4. An Act for the Relief of certain Insolvent Debors. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

, ACT OF COUNCIL. ; ! . " ,' ANNO UNDÉCIMO, ' { Georgii IV. Regis, No. 4. An Ait for the Rihef of cettaln Insolvent Deljlois. WHEREAS, there ore several Persons now under im- prisonment m this Island for debt, and it is expedient to make >' provisions under proper restrittions, for the relief of such of ft those Persons as shall have beeb so under imprisonment three months or upwards, and shall appear to be insolvent, and be- tt tiling to deliver up all their eileots for the benefit of their s Ci editors - * i BD IT THEREFORE ENACTED, by His Excellency Colonel Geoige Aithur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its'Dependencies, with the advice of the Legislative Council, that aiiy Person who at tbe time of the passing of lins Act shall be under imprisonment for debt, whether, m execution or on mesne process, and who shall then have been under such impusonment tor a period of three months 01 upwards, may apply to the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land by pet...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

It«^''-ii'r*i¡íi:tVUAj .'.-"-Quarter Sessions- 0äi «t i I rt,,twaBe^>/-tBáBowí-;9^QB«!^»)^Wfelv,9^^». * Isittinis byJadjoùrnmepïhfrom "the ^Ih^psjai^-pfeáenf; ' mAHAEso^Chairran^^ n S Spode, 'Esq., .William. SpW; ;e*1- ! Edward ^î'imarip^ ¡'gelïtogSBintsïfy »".¿'g' gïvenW ríóíice'óf his' îptèBtion io ttós Clerk of.ithé Peirií'-^vas' prééllSded from ' all i remedy;;» .andj the 3 ame¡ ¡was oled io tw'ô'cïues of Charles^Próbipf .^ho/ailed'inbis,appli^ îation'lb tliè fjourt on 'thévsamé grounds,; jsq;tltati^tfiiie,s|iii, Lse:«âJsès're'main'. undisturbed! j There were ,'two'appeals' i,»«rd a¿ainst,convictioiis for; se.l.ling-ginger beer by'Publicans Ucm« h . , n_, ,' , -r_.._;:iLl.il'I.T.' todq s°> nltbotfgb,at atuißcrent place ^ötuat referred to iii the' liceuse. Vas úótjinioffencewitiiirthe's^ it might be found uicousi'stcn'i v/ithtbe striot'lètter'of' the Act; " :-'.;:.( Tlie'Gliairrnàn"stated''?ibat'.'tlie:'iaw 'diirl .riot! give the power. to quash, oreyen .mitigate, the'1 pen...

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Original Communications. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

\ Original Communications. To the Editor of the Colonial Times, ' Ms. Editob -As you did me the favour of inserting my former letter, I beg to intrude once more on your patience, and should the following be considered worthy, I trust you will insert it in your columns. In a recent number ot the Tasmanian, j there appeared a let- ter undei the signature of " Mercator," which treats upon the same subject as my last ; and as it is not in accordance with the more enlightened opinions now prevalent, I shall endeavour to refute several of the arguments therein made use of.-That writer states, mat for thejast six years, usury has been practised in this Colony lo a most nimming extent: now, what has that to do with the lately passed Art, which is the cause of all this discussion ? Surely, if the evil existed during the time it was illégal, to such a degree as he describes, it is not likely to be augmented by any permission to legally charge that which has been universally acknowledged to be...

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Swan River Settlement. (From the South African Commercial Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

I Swan River Settlement« I (From the South Afi lean Commet dal Aih'i rtiscr.) A Correspondent has favoured us with the following ex- tract of a letter from Perth, Western Austi ilia, diled Oct 31, 1829, detailing the state ot the Seulement at S win River op to that period You want me to give yon mt honest opinion of lins Co- lony-it is said, that although it is f.ir from being the Larthly Paradise it has been repiesented, \et it will be a \ery flou < rishitig Colony. Hie climate is as fine as any in the world Plenty of rivers and fresh n ater to be touud everywhere 'Hie good arable and pasture land has been hitherto found only m the vicinity ot the rivers, but the country h s not been explored at all scarcely , only two riters have been ascended, not to their real suurees, and much liner liver» thau the Swan and the Canning are now being diseovered Ships are pouring in upon us fiom all quarters no less than eight or ten in the harbour at one time , on . ship, the Marquis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

GOVERNMSHT NOTICES. Colonial Secietaiy's Office, Mag 12, 1830 THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the under mentioned indulgences of tickets of Leave - Catherine Sandiford, 98, Providence, and William Smal- ley, 71, Sir Charles Torbes. ' " * ' * ti ^U|RTnj£AT^^^p^J^|||MMftaj|fen ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?lies ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?ed ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ice ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fts.l ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ as ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Keld ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?ure, ^ ~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^hurs ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^juan ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^st be ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^aned, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^»irtcr ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Biie 3d ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?Botb ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hls in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^s'oners ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bn. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B in the H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^HBie gaol ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fl day ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fention ^^^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

FOR SYDNEY           ia»- TBE^fine-^rè^^^ SWj^ à;RAB£ raä|!£, James1 Fer RI Eii^ Commander,, turlheri per' Regis» ' JrTWO Toris V willJSaíli foi- th!es airorè-'iF Port ii* M: Bays'.*~ flnVveisçl possesses excëlIent:;'aççot»tnoflution for Passen ers, «"a carries an experienced Surgeon.-;:^ . *.* For Freight or*Passage,;; apply" to 'the Commander, inboard.; or to ' ? . ..''"""' tiVJUIilÄAI ÄI: ORR-, Aecát. ?'! Pof!Xaunceston*---A',.u?,;,?;.??. Commander,:wiU,Js^UTor'the^aboye'Pprt 'in tfTew'" ¡fS^^For Freiglit/OT'PBSsnge'ïippiy'io; ' "';.'.í1ií!'."!' ,:' :;"' "/? '.??,- ..Vi !!--iñS-? "?> . m''.w.'wilson f^;ii,'i83o., .".;;'^,|:" ,v;;'. ";;\/'|;tv/;:::'''.;;:'?'' Seminary for ^oung.21«aâi8S- ' ;, jfX. líñhitnnis. of .Hobart TówV:and;í-Vao.i:T>i<-meñ's 'Landy' tlialshé is désirbùsv to' receive ïliniitéd 'number of 'Yóuñg ¿ulies'to board and'etfucàte at Rbsnej'i''sitnatë between'Ho-1 bart Town arid Kangaro...

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The United Siamese Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

The United Siamese Boys. These extraordinary youths arrived in Bath on Wednesday evening, on their route to Loudon, from New York ; and after sleeping at the Full Moon, in Southgate-street, they proceeded the following morning with the persons who ac- company them on their route to London, where they arrived on Thursday night, and went to the South American collec- house. As soon as their arrival was made known, the house was crowded with people anxious to see them. Persons would be apt to imagine that there must be something un-   pleasant in the exhibition of two human beings joined to- gether, but such is not the case. On the contrary, they must excite the most pleasurable sensations in all those who are capable of taking delight in beholding a perfect picture of in- nocence and happiness---for such is the appearance which the two lads present. Each of their bodies is well formed and complete in all its parts. The hands and feet, in particular,   are bea...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: MAY 21, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 May 1830

HOBART TOWN   > MAY 21, 1830     lift it be improved inioilyôùr minds, let it lie instilled into your clnldien, iliAt tin* Liberty of ihe Piess is the Palladium ol all your Civil, Political, and Relisions Rights. Junlus. It affords us' pleasure to observe the daily i m pro ve me nts and additions to the buildings of this rapidly increasing town,.'particularly as the scale upon which those of modern erection are formed, in some measuie keeps pace with the growing importance of the port and metropolis of this îiighly favored Island. 1 ] ndividuals have done much to mark out Ho- bart Town as an extraoidinaiy instance of ma- turity Jn the capabilities pf its erections, fori every 'species of'commerce, whilst yet in the earliest stages of its infancy; but it is. often, remarked, that the contrast is very great when; those pi ¡vate establishments are compared with 'the places to which the Public have to resort for .the ^transaction of publ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 May 1830

3?o Correspondents. ' The letter of h. L.'ice must âcfer till our next. If Síes A H continues hi* personalities ice cannot think of inserting his letters-law is Inn expensive. The versus from C. K., we - ure sorry to inform him, i» thñr present slate do not meit our approval ; ne hare no relish for'-- - . i When rid of every gi ief and woe ~ * We all may meet again below. ~ * We nefitf were behm*, and never t«\n tn 6c' i ?««?»???»?PMaMssMBrwaBMBB

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A true Ghost Story. "Conscience waunt! Richard's himself again." [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 May 1830

,;'A^tnijB-,fCríi.o)St Story«'!! _'î Conscience avaimt ! Iticlutnl's himself again.]'. , A short time ago,' a highly respectable > gentleman of this place,,had been visitiiigiuii intimate fiiend at the'viUage/'of New Town. The time had flown so fast, that eie the geiitle inan<began to think of returning home,' the moon had hid itself behind lofty.Mount Wellington ; " fheie is' a time that friends must pan," und so it was this eveniinr, hut i what rendered it still more disagreeable, the visiter had,'contrary to custom, come alone,'' it being usual with him to Imve a servant carrying a lanthern. It was a tine but sultry night, ' not so entirely daik that objects could not be' seen, although it was dillicult to distinguish a person many yaids distant ; the gentleman continued his.walk, and had just'in view the first house of the straggling suburbs,'when suddenly he heard the tread of a heavy footstep behind him, not wishing die person should-overtake him until he got int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 May 1830

Yoîîk Cathedral -The roof is noir nearly covered "in, and a' great portior of it leaded Sim eVsl ot the pinnacles have been íaised above the battlements, and the exterual indications of the recent lamentable devastation" are itpidly disappearing In the coor.se of last week a con- siderable number of the centre knots pf'the.groined roof were removed into the Minster, preparatory to'their being fixed - The Dean and Cbanfer of -Durbfini bfye contributed £500 t towards the restoration of the btiflding? * ' vm J^iiOLitfè i{f %ANCE.- Tpjk çMrW ',of ¿Englishmen now (residjng in FrancejRraouhts to'near So 6Ç0, ano inilijs number a;re to be inelude«3>,r>Q0Ö workmen ¡"'Jhe^r anna (£112 lös1^ per individual.-JmrrKal SuCQtimirc^

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