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

SHIPPING INTFXLIGENeEr™ ? Arrived. On Wednesday.— The schooner Friendship, from Circular Head. Same Day. — The schooner Resolution, having put back, through the loss of her masts and rigging. No Departures. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Burrell, Mary ; brigs Elizabeth, Czar ; ?fcutter Fanny, schooner Henry, Resolution and Friendship. No arrivals at Hobart Town since our last. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. On Thursday.— The schooner Prince Regent, Capt. Hassel, for Launceston, with a general cargo, for Messrs. J. Archer, the Rev. R. B. Claiborne, Brown & Davis, W. Walkinshavr, Cook and Sher win, Capt. Sherwin, Capt 'Smithi F. -3hampion^ Kennedy, Jackson, Comm-, Yeoland, Ralston, Cameron, An- derson & Houghton.   The Resource, Capt Smith, is expected, to clear out m a few days for London, aud the Merope, J. G. Briggs, commander, for England via Sydney & the Mauritius about Sunday. : SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. CiBTincATBS.— Thomas Stilwell. €94. Medin...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No 12. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

THE SCRIBBLER.— Nr 12. HiBicutE.— Among the many foll^wfot the pres ent day, there is none that 1 am aware of, which causes more unhappiness than the propensity of -persons^o app^^y notice taken iif-Anj thing -which is-ridiculous to themselves. For this Tea tos a fibeller. Every man is so truly conscious of ? his-ow^UiuiielitB,Jmjs^iLinBdiJejo^^ to have a contrary opinion, that whenever m* reads or hears any thing condemned of which he is guilty, he is apt to believe, whi-his only the —^ptferal^onseawaiia* -of r,»nr,pit, that mh* condprn nation is levelled at him. Jie restnts it, anq ; ? . '/ 1° f^*1'.1.* ?„:„„« »ll thP scooe which sanre iisisilii I§§1§§ ^rsonal redicule commences, satire ceases. mmSssk Snlyfixthe odium or the guilt upon their ow ed me, I SK& the following as an instance of ^elf-appropriated ridicule. ^ ? To the todilorlj thTScrtbtter. 'Sir' m*i.»r vnu arp vou know rne^. and mi* and rnine up to public «-JUcuie.^ This, Jt- J»ot know her not. To my knowledge I...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

HIJSJ'Qlvf^AND^ Tra de ver$m~TAxES» — It has a! waysTbeeti a standing maxim wi h us*, thai the t.ad# be tween thfs C^Vny^an^il Sydney should be * n iCqur^ed by all possible means ; and » hat no reAirit*iions whatever h uild on any account be laid upon it. We have particularly raised our voice against the projected Tax vviiich Ihp Agriculturalists of Australia wis'- to have inr;?os'd upon* our Wheat. This we have done upon tw -fold grounds. First, tbat it is not expedient to to set the taxing machine in motion, lest it should nev^r stop ; and secondly, that the freedom of Trade between the two Colonies must work the advantage of -both. Taxes wh«*n excessive are an evil in any case ; but they are indispensably requi site to support the Government of a State. I^HieifiZarermaiiv articieTwhich Tnh^T^we*1 ver. be taxed without injury to the Commu nin? ;~and— there areKttfhers which it seems requisite to prohibit the importation of* in order to encourage local manufactures, ^hese prnciples...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

To the Editor of the haunceston Idvcrtiter. bif ? Having observed in one. of fte recent ist»fulpaper. :in«™?j»«y: . Drooer nLre^Ts aSaveou. hearts filled with indigi*^ fiona villainy: All the finer feelings are etti. Hb^ Ih' tonna, for language, music, gesture, [__ i _ ' ? son ry, and every ihn-, o- b ;^' top^t.iicl the a* v^niiou _and fix ihe -h« h: '. ??; i»ti ''a ovje v.l v*rtu*v aRl^hatred7-f vice. Such is -my opinion of the stage; and it may lh-J^fore seem strange that I should write a^ains! its introduction among lis. I will brirfly ^tate my reasons. In --A* Him -placo ?the population of the capital is not sufficient to support a Th«?a*re, especially where every thing would come, so expensive -as it would in Van I Die-men's Land, in the. ^second— p^flce ihere is. too much party spirit ey»-r to admit of the popu lation doing what they otherwise might. Boxes pif Jind gallery would not be half classification ?cmuig-h to please th« ' pentfe* of Ho hart Town, -an-i ^e^ilea^iif-brea...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

To the Editor of the Lawntettojikiwriiser. SIH.-I thank 'you for- your kind i*Jjnioo jo correct my .pinion, by pointing ort t««» dilfwDce - STJwr late number, betue-n the former *nd the al»r a«volutionsts of f ranee. Had you travel llTOr^-TrantBrB^-there seen the^pmg feited those rights', and f her«f©re that Gharle* X. had no alternative, but t& have recourse to. those painful measures which he tooky to« shewv that he was King, and therefore* Master ; and had. that Uabble, in obedienee to fcis Majesty swill,, Jififtn-fiiihniisnive. it wouldihaYe^eett seen within. seven days, that Things would h»ve relumed- to a proper and satisfactory nandard._(J) Xbere » ?ne- great evil existing in France, wWch baffles meAi^ oVrity ?-ofxonduct ojt±he_ part of ^hejjovnnneirf Th*-if are so many different paTty spirits, (2) t hrat it requires the utmost address and at times seve rity, to curb »Viu. In support of my opinion I b^ff' you to look at the conduct. of A^)Cis Phil lipi, who I believe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

.'-ADViiRTlSK vVENTS'. ? COURT OF REQUESTS FOR THE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. j^OTICE is hereby given that »be next -L^ siftiog; f thia Court, will take place on Tuesday, the 17th May next. All plaints in causes where the Defendants reside in the Coun try mu»t be filed on or before Sa.u relay the 7th of May. And Plaints in causes where the Defen dants reside within the town ef Launceston, on or before Saturday the 7ih May. By Order of the Commissioner, _— i _ _ ft0BERT WA BS» ^Registrar. Launceston, ? — ? April 28th, 1831. -_ ? \ FROM 1 to 3000 acres of LAND lo bV Let for a term of years. -The Rent to be expended in Fencing-; and an allowance or advance w4N be made for any— permanent 4juild int;s, constructed on an improved plan. For particulars apply' to Mr. LtiTH, West bury, Mr. Pateuson, Solicitor, Lauitcesion, or the under* signed, - M. FENTON. Sheep and Cattle will be supplied if required* May 2nd, 1831. CAUTttlN^^-e*PTi~ir hVIetc r, of the barque Burrel* hereby cautions the Publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

ADV£KTlafiVtENTS OF TH15 DAY. MESSRS COOK^mERtriH -nttiB -^irtmtoairts^~t~Corowall, thai on the 26th instant, they will open their Mew STOKE in Charles-stre«-t. launceston, where they Mill offer for sale a most ^PLSNDID and EX TENSIVE assortment or GOODS, and as Messrs* C. & $? import their own Goods direct from England, they are enabled to offer them at prices mvcfi below any other house.. In soliciting Public Patronage, Messrs. C. & S. hey to say, that it is their intention to keep up a* expensive and at the same time as choice »n as «of timmt of ^-|V!*rci»andize^^as=i8^to=he^roc»r«l, . fwd Aimt fbrJthe accommodation nf the Public, they will receiver in payment, Wheat, Oats, Bar HeTiiTiii^fcootirtTWaliCeTPrlices. ' ? Per Prinre Re front they ha ye received *„. ? Blankets— Whitney, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 quarters ? Bombazine ? Bed-ticking Ifcav^Meen ? ISoV s7 swls^arian, fcc. ? ... T Braces ~] Boots, Ladies, children's and blurher 1 Buttons, gilt, whit* metal, de'-id...

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AGRICULTURE. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

AGRlCUl TUi.E. No. 2. On the Agriculture of the Jews, we find there are various incidental remarks iu the books d the OJd^ Testament. On Jhe conquest j61 ^Canaan, it appears that^he dtffereht tribes had their terri tory assigned them by lot; that it was equally divided among the heads of families, and by them and their posterity held by absolute right rvnd impartial succession. Thus every family had : origin ally the same extent, of territory ; but at it became customary afterward* 6cca*ionailjj -o bor» rote money its security* hna some famlies became indtfttriU) unt/ were obliged to »efl9 and olhtrt ex Ivwtbyjdejith Without tsmef iwnded-extates soon ««? Tied in jpoint^fex£ejii.^(l)'la Iihe_ti*ieT ol ^ h n E» MiAH^a famine occurred/on which account many hpij ?*» mortgaged fh^ir lands, ^ their' vineya;'4s, and houses, that (hey mij^ht uuy (din (or lUAt sons ano daughters, and to enable them to pliy the' King ^s ^n^ute M (N^henv^V— ^ ^mwt^yimte unable to r*de»m their Innds oth- - wise...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

? SHIPPING iSffiSLLIGENCE. Arriveu. ^Jth^thj-^heschooiier^PiMceJ^ Capt. Hasst 11, Irom Ii-jbart Town,^vitli 10 pipes of wa^e9 1 xasj*_sherrj^^Ljio. t-orty 10 Jaali pipes wine^-8-casys— o: whiting, 1 cask siiot, 5 packages luriiiture, 1 case, I'baie' -slops j 1 bale ciotli,-3-boxes oi'apparelv; 1 \HX:W^ age, 1 parcel, 1 box hardware, 1 crate earthenware, 4 boxes |_of apparel, 1 bale 01 blankets, 2 trjusses caij coes, 1 case. naiiKeens, 1 case silks, 1 case 01 siu^e-;, 2 do. of muslins, 1 do. stationery, 1 dot iiats, 1 do. corduroys, L- do. prims, 1 do. iHannels, 1 do. hosi» ery, 1 do. flannels, 8 bales of sundries, jjf _c_ageji of '^ewiiig^ r jjarsljri''cas's o» shoes, l casp ca|);-, ] bale carpetting, 1 case oi' saltpetre, 40 packages of tea, 5 ewt. ,o!'-we.ights, 4 cases oi carpenters tools, 1 bale of calicoes, 1 roll of lead, 1 hag, of -;j»ils,5Jifj4rlhjsloiuis# _ l-4oor sill, 12 wirtdow do. 10, chests tea, 2 cases iiaberdashery, and sundry merchandize. '?'~~~. -~r'- ; . . rSAimJi...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 9th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

;,AUNCfi8TOW*ADrE'RTl8KR. *? It is in endeavouring' to instruct mankintl7~tTia* Hvc are best able to prat-.tisp tiiat generaTvirtue which -^j»relii'ds ?? io'- rf all.'. — Montesquieu. MONDAY, MAI 9tn, U'il, Tub visit of His Excellency, th* Lieu arwNAVT Governor toLaunccstos presents: an excellent opportunity to the Inhabitants to make known their several wants and wishes -to the Chi^f Authority. Among o ther subjects, we would remark, that it is tir-hiy regm'sit' the attention of Pis Exoel Jen-»y shou d be called to the total ahs-H)ct- of Public Works on this side of the Island, wherebv we are not in the enjoyment-of proportionate ad VHn'ag-es with Hobart Town. The circumstance of the unfair distrihtitioi) of (Govern' ient fav «r, i;» having1 itV j arsons ~ri office a \po\ rl^d from the other side' the^ gral inonvm- nee which w* ex p«rieneo in consequence of the trouble and delay jnjrib -tuiaing wsssiiriied wrvants —the J«ng^MJemi» se-i inhprovemeets in the River, by the erec tion— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

,4T^N' SALE by Ibe Undersigned, n\ the ^P ^Stores in Brisbane street^ Launceston, and at the Sami Hiils, the ^oilowing^xiODS -?which for price and quality, particularly deserve : thf attention of SprHera. and others, in tha fire*. -ent depressed state ot produce, and scarcity of ? cash. — — . Superfine blue and black Saxon Cloth, from 25s lo 3094-fr yard Do. Oxford mixture, 25s _. Oxford mixture and bla*!k casstflieres, 8s _ Wellington boots of the best quality, 25s per ~ Weits'^uperfinirhal*, 32s eacfczzr SlopB^xonsisting of^ropins* ptesti waistcoats, with sleeves, 15s each ; Plush and other waistcoats, from 3s 6d each gi njie-i .shirts, lull feiz-s, 3s §d each ~ Xh»mulete4»uU«— of— corduroy lined throughout HO* per suit Very superior candle-wick, 3* per lb. Pickled salmon in iine preservatioB 5lank«ts Prints ' ? ? Ginghams ''' ^ ? ? Shirtings ^Tea— ? Sugar Tobacco Soap Starch ~ Blue, 8cc, are also on Sale at moderate prices. JACKSON & BAILEY. April 25th, 1831. OTO THE Jim ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

POLICE INTELI IGEVCB. The folio wi«ij cases havo been disposed of :— John Armstrong, charged with drunkenness, fined five shillings. William Smith, charged with drunkenness, fined five shillings. . „ Stkpiien Glad well, being drunk, fined five .shillings. John Baker, charged wkh obstructing and threatening a constablp m the execution of his! dutv, to find sureties to keep the peace for three months . Bi.len Cijrrie, charged with having feloniously i sioieu taken and ^airied nway , from the ^nmisps «f^«A«^«^J©N4^^f^auilcejtoiij^,Jarj»^ajp^^eJ value of fifteen shillings, the property of Mar tha Boon, committed for trial before the Supreme LCoutt. ? .. ? . ? J James Fowler, chargedL with drunkenness 1 and disorderly conduct, fiised five shillings. I Owln-Conw^lly, being 4tjiAzzfifle^fee_shiJ.: I lines. -. Sitting Maglstfai-s,^VTM Tyttleton, V. Y. I Donaldson, and T. C. Simpson, Esqs. Mr A Stewvut appeared upon a warrant grant -edjy^ipjuJjiLapjjlication of Mr. Gavin Rai^ton, for assault...

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 May 1831

— M WR-PA-Y-'-S- I2-A745TJTB,— Certificates. — William Pemherton 375. Lady East John Ma thers. 515. do. Thomas B-adson. '834. SirCharlesForbe« Peter Williamsou. 638^ do _ Mathew Thornton . 311 do. Thomas Small, . 635. Princess Charlotte. Caroline Vantileur 5. H*nfjf; ? A DUPLieATJEl^jfiKKT^JftEJiEAy&^MichaelJiI'Mahon. per Mi uerva. the original haying been lost. — Ticket or Leave. — William Cowling, alias Deacon, alias Tuker, 220. Dromedary. Ap^jivtments — Mr. Edward Box,oer to be Keeper of the Jail at Oatlands. vice Bradley., resigned. Mr. Alexander Hudspeth, to be Keeper of the Jail at Bothwell. vice Baldwin, removed.

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AGRICU[?] [?], No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

\ ^ mi ? .. AGIiTctUTTE. Xo. 3. Soils.— Th^-va! «-* ef xoiis to the cultivator, is liisio^eraMe botamcally, chemicaly, and me-' ciiiM»ical1y'; that is, by the plants that grow on ' *th- in natora'Iv ; J)y chemical analysts; and h-. ^* exterioj and interior inspection or haudlinjr. ? JUaiii^jirj^jrtteTiro^t rT.PTtaitTTn^-!atArsZo01iFI natnte-ot a -soil; for \vh~\W tfo pra^ficliP cultiva tor would vn pa ge, with land oF~w1iich he knew only tht* results by a chemical analysis, or -e . a or? tod 1)y~ itve sight and touch, a few bushel c. which were *t»rouicht to him ; yet every gard- rie; c« farmer, who kn^w the sort of plants it pro 4Jii€*dr^wouM toe «t-once able to decide as to- -its *a!u*diitAiuUivaiioir^ IT 7~~ ? ? * Th--- trading «.oils for thf^coiti^alqr are the clay j*y, cjilca^eous, sandy, ferrug-ineous,. peary, -a- line, ntoist or aquatic, and d-y. A certain degree of' friability or looseness of _4f^UHte-ifiLatao requir-eg* in soils; in order -Jthat the operations of culture m-...

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HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

«0Pfc. The last plfle ray of evening light, ? If fading o'er the sea ; '.'--' ♦T »y ill wake agftinwi,tnT*«aingnigk*w fT will wake again in beauty -bright* But when, sweet Hope, forme? ; Hope,! ah- tis but the silver spray ; That dances d*er the wave , the moonshine mist that floats away, A rainbow 8mile-—a meteor ray, ----- ii%^a^4iom«-^9^Wje4T-— — ? ?.'?.?' ?? '% Hobart Town, -..._-- fjMth April, i«ay ,'?''?' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

BEG most respectfully to announce to the Inhabhauts of Cornwall, that T-T7TDPs^«f,thet1lt)tN May they^pimeiMheir^ew' STOKE )n Charles-street, Launceston, where they tnow offrr for/sale a mosrSpl«BNlP]D anH EX TEN'Sttrjfc— assortin^m^f^GOODS, and ^as Messrs/ C« &TS. import th*ir own Goods direct iroar fiii^iawd, 4hpy ar« ^nabk7^©^^^ the« at price* mutJi below any oih^r houser~ ^ ' ? 1 h w-lfo1liiig^*tiMtc Patronage Messrs. C. & S. as extensive ami a't the same Mine as choice an as - sort merit ©f IVIerchandiae, ^ITISTtir tie procured, . and that for the accommodation of the Puhlir% ?they -wHiTecHve in pay m^iit, Wheat, Oats Bar* ley and wool at Market Prices. Per Prince* Regent th»- » hn ve received :-* Blankets— Whitney, C, 7, », ft» 10 and 11 quarters Bomhsi£in-~ ~ : Ht«3i-tick'ig ??-' B^ny^rteen ? ? Bo?** suits, tartan, fee. ? ZZ ? B tapes . . Boors, Ladies, children's and blucber B 'it tons, gilt, whit*' metal, d^ad »-yest bone, fancy* pearl and cambric shirts Bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

* There is not. perhaps, any point in the local agriculture of this Colony, where so great a degree of negligence and want of maiittgeiueot is evinced, as in fallo whig. Year ''aft^r year. Wheat is sown upoa Wheat stubble, withdat change, even of seed, until at length the land, becomes actually worn out ; and will pro duce nothing but weeds.' Hence we find many fiirnw over-run with rye grass, and all sorts of noxious weeds, which deteriorate from the value of the crops and disappoint the hopes and expectations of the farmer. Now -om the text it appears that other persons as well as us condemn careless farming, and p'oiat out its'mexpe* diency which we trus* will be seen by our Agriculturalist also, and guarded against in future. To these remark on fallowing we would call particnlar attention — Ed~fcrAT~; — — — ? : ? ? JU)XERJ!S£^^^ __ FROM 1 to 3000 acres of LAND to be, Let for a term of years. The Rent to be expended in Fencing ; and an allowance 01 advance wili be made for any per...

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The WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHRONICLE. AND Perth Gazette. No. 9. Saturday, April 16, 1831. Price 3s. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

The VTESTER N A-US TR A LI AN CHRONICLE. AND. IJrrtft mmttiu SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. The ' Edward Loombe' Whiteman Freeman, 'Commander, sailed for England, tin Tuesday. The 'Britannia' .{Robert Ramsay, command - *r-- sa»lcd on Friday for Lauuceston, to call at Oting George's Sound. The 'Blisa' ? Weddle, commander, sailed On the same day for Hdbart Town; DEPARTURES. s In the ^*d ward Loombe' for England, Capfc €olpoys, R. N., G. Dunnage, Esq., Mrs. Bun *nage, and -servant, Mr- Stacey, Mr. & Mrs. Col lins. . .? ? ^I«— tlie-^^Britaflnia^-Mffr-Sfliythe and Miss Smythe. Fridayj-^The «? Bli»aM after the Pilot left her,* contrived to run aground, feutsoon got off; and as soon ou again. It is said the Passengers like so many birds in a cage, have been warbling -* on the cold flinty rock.' The concert commenced at I less two, with a fuH chorus,-^ Come Betsey roam the world with ** me''* and was to conclude with the beautiful air, 'from thee Eliza 1 must go.' ? fndaj afterno^ net with ...

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LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

LEGAL INTRLIil&SNCE. The foUowingare the new Rules of Practice for the Supreme Coart. - civil side. 1.— There ^hal I Rafter the first day of August next| be four Terms holden at Hobart-town ta every year, to consist each t-f ^7 days, and to commence as follows i— ffirst Term . .the ^rst Monday in April. ? Second ? .-. . ... ...... ?-.-. . . June. Third ... ? ? September. Fourth .-. . .?»? ? -November. S.— During Term, the-Oourt will sit, as in ban* co, every Thursday and friday. 3 .» Every action at law shall be co ram me need ^y-q-liyeriog^^o--the-=fiegistrar18^officf»^ apr«* cipe for the writ required ; -and b^ issuing there upon, in all cases to which this role can be applied, a writ of summons, or of capias, as hereinafter mentioned* ? '.._.._. — __-._ 4-JBvery writ 'whatsoever, issuing out of this Court, shall bear date on the day on which it is issued ; and every writ of Execution, or to com pel appearance, shall be returnable iu Term, ^iipon a day certatn*- — ; ? — ? ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. The following cases have been disposed of :— James BENNETt, charged twit|i Mf ifig^oji^or about the 1st day of April last, feloniously fltolen^ taken, and carried away, twely^^pi*cet4l^C|diMb j value Hen shilVings, the property of Mr*j7a^. ston, of Laubceston— committed for trial before the Supreme Court, ^ V— t^ '^--^ ^obeph Moff itt, charged witbliaTiPg assaolt* ed Ellen N^htJngaleJ wife of Tttos. Nmflt iNGAfcfi— fined twenty shiUiUgs* Robert Robsow, CnAnr.ES Ok*tan, Robert1 Jong,- seamen £-f the -Burri-^ charged with hav ing absconded from their yeapel— sentenced' to-L 4burteen days m the House of CoTrectiis^r

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