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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. ? Tickets of Leave liare been granted to the I undermentioned :— ? George Pareoni, James Wiiltami, Benjamin M Araott, and Thomas Norrin. I Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by ? the undermentioned :— fl Frances Potts, Anu Simmons, Mary, the rife I Hunter, the wife of Robert Hunter, John fioud,^V John Cameron, and Lawrence Lyons. ^B qhe foundation of the naval power of En. B gland was laid by Alfred, who, to prevent H iuvaaioa, designed himself a fleet of galltya, H which were, incize, and in erery other rei-H pact, superior to those of his opponents, H This wise policy enabled him to carry into^H effect his plans for the internal tmprovemintH of the kingdom. ' H Henry the Seventh was the first king, since ? Jlfred, who constructed ships expressly for ? naval warfare ; lit laid down a memorabloH ship, the Great Harry, which, however, H was not completed till the succeeding reigu.H This ship measured 138 feet in length, wdH 36 feet in width, and...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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MARRIAGE FEAST IN PERU. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

MAURI AGE FEAST ia P£RU. given on the bank of the ver, [?] for the bride to lie u.»Uor a ly jniv , M H.mh.lr S^ifftfSSS&d ih* height smile Ifom tier wouia ,»?'*?„. -nW--ch even to , of indecorum; end a cheer Inl kprnji ddica. welcome a friend, lhe niost nf xai» ^- cy. No one sat at diuner ''^^PJXV MU{,. the bride and her »°'|l%*llJrftw^m and his As the table was. ?«» ^ Wh'n w™ had done father sat at a .i-b table J h . n w jct dinner, we rose to !» j « ;i(n which consisting of the friend* the *™0^tsil,0 for all a feast was spread on the «iaj«« . fc who xhowKpartjfte o» w» ^-- ^ , t the object of tliefiratdiuncrj ^/^^rf^-otthe family wrc revpecud »y in'''f ttflh,jut friends, second, to «how they were i o « H wm of their own da«^««d *he J'|« J ^...^ intended as a display. Of tlieii l io w/ d gome over, a poetby I^J-^p &^ lll0Ugl» !.u extempore versus to tuft u' »' V rts, ofthe com moroui enough to BakeaH U « «? t t|ie most pany laugh, were received ^^^ daa,.iHg ? r-.»rf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

THE uuder.=igued Tscgs to inform the Pub lic, that his very valuable cargo, just ira- A ported per WAtlkujo, enables him to ofler the /I iollowing goods for sale, Viz,:— wj» Taylor's brown stout in hogsheads, and porter wit r^^r^f Elands, In cases and gfi P'PCS r If'! Jamaica rum, over proot .„,*?„;„„. Jr.. Collisons superior Cope «ine in balfpipM clat Madeira in quarter-casks, Bronte Madeira, sherry in six dozen cusks, port in three doz, ] case* fcc. &c- also fiue isle of France, and ^ D^aSd'BS. skin tea in Chests, half chest, oowdrr. mnskpts with bayonets I £* f lshXVcfomb^ brushes ^?pperipB« tools hemp mustard, abd oil I ClX' » plasterers shoe and how, brushes b ^ kaWeitmi I Superior ^ggJSd trowser. Superfine blue jacwere an wai8tcoaBtS I Very handsome 'Sg^gianltett. striped shirts, COt£-A^TSU bdh. 4d gentle. cloth of second and coaree qoal ts« Flannels, duck, duck frocks and trowsers Nankeen! red shirt,, ^gftjjjft Launceston, April 27th, 1829. ? . Caution. 1DO hereby cau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

I PRIME filN ami CORDIALS: i KSl b7mv! wS HjSA-W Btowll ArmS,| life following P'W6:-IfAn/(.spte. JJC/O,7. f«slbUpll°rtWrley wanted. ' ?^rwent Distillery, Kpril 25th, 1849- ______!_- trHEREAS, on the 5th instant, a 1 V darin- hifiWy robbery was commuted mV * distance from Ifaoiireslqn. by two armed ?°r ,nnSto be John Bevan o«0 G*wge Ap ?.' ' ,Krnlr diar«ed wilh several felonies, B/'m, a runaway from ?Miirquarta Harbour, a ?'i «f FiftJ I'omids will be efvM tn.any per ? nerions who shall apprehend or -ive. ?« h ft' S rfwll »^d to the apprehension of mC°«f X' offenders, and the Lieutenant -3ov- mrrt bJen pleased .to direrl that, .fthcac. Kr ? r » «f either of these men should be B,CaCacon* t, he snail recieve, in addition ml' ,l«wd,« Free Pardon, and a Ticket fcXK ??»''« f«r ???* information a. ?, U.Q to iw. -p£|:;tv,5 Coraman(1, ? ' J.BURNET. , mV - ? - ? — ?- ?? ''

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[?]RIOUS DEFINITIONS OF A GOOD FELLOW, BY SIR THOMAS NESBITT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

CotS DEFINITIONS OF A GOOD FELLOW, ? BY I ? SIR THOMAS NESB1TT. H MH. COUOUTLY. ? ? , „„,„ :, „„» who rides Mioofl horses, i Kn-aud never on a friend. 1 ? Mil. i.K BI.AWC. ? I ? nnA fellow is o»e ?wl»° stud1os dfep* r-*fl? K'tcr a cannon than a fancy ball. I H no*. C-MOSTCO.HEUV.' Hrbray. I ? Bill -T. 'WEMTWOKTir. -j ? cood fellow is .one who attends the fox dinner, I ? Srialutbe Qnepn'fliealth,-wlio won d go to ? lnd?es to purchase ?udeneodenc and would K ^counter u buffalo ti»n aboioughmonger. ^M MR. »? 6TERWSO.- j - I ? pood Wl.w is a good wiRhbonr. ? good cti He good relation ;-in short, a good own. ^M MR. M'FARtWS. Hi Cood fellovT U ' a bonnie^braw John Hieland r I KB. o'CONNOIt. I cood Mlow is one who taUn .loud, and | lars.loudly, cares little about learninc and less iut his neckcloth.— lorn whUkey, patrouizes igemen, aud vears nails in ha shoes. ft MK. MUSGRAVC. m good fellow is prime— flash— Uang-up. ? Mil. BURTON. , Wk roodfellow is one who knows' what'B what,' Itps ncroun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

H To tt Sold by Auction, ^B BY ? Mr. RICHARD WHITE, ^B the Lautueiion Hotel, on Saturday, 20th June ^Maext, at 12 o'clock, en account of liu Majmtg'i ^H Government, ?h VALUABLE Herd of CATTLE, for ^HL merly belonging to the estate of Thomas Kigmson, Esq., late NavalOfficer, consisting of ^m Two improved Bulls ? Thirtj-ievcn Cows ? Eight Heifers ^?Niue steers ? Thirty.four Calves from 2 to 12 months old. ^BBMS of Payment.- Twelve months credit on ?approved bills, or £10 per cent discount for ?read; money. ? LauncesloH, May 30th, 1839. H Police Office, Lnunctston, ? April UtA, 1829. ^M 1ST of Articles iu the possession of the ^Li Police at Launcettoti, unclaimed, and the ?vuers names unknown. Applications for tlie ?me to be made at the Police Office between the ?juri of Nine and Four on Wednesday* and ?lur-rfoj/». ? December 6lh, 1823.— A gold ring, set with ?ark, and a false ruby, found oil the person of ?itifred Me Nally. ?December 30th, 1823 — A horn handle knife, ?n^U, onrf cui,ll...

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I THINK OK THEE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 June 1829

I THINK ON THEE. I When the fair sun his smile displays, 1 An d gilds the earth with glndd'nine rays : ? When Nature wakes, and sweet birds smg ? Their softest praises to the spring, ? 1 think on thee! I Or, standing 'midst the glitl'ring crowd, I Where mirth and revelry are loud ; I And hearts are lost in pleasure's maze, ? Or 'midst the spell of beauty's gaze, . ? I tlimk on thee ! ? Or, when the pensive moon's paieuearu I Showers silver lustre o'er the stream ; I And thoughts of former days arise I Beneath the silent, starry s^.^^, I When music bids her witching not* I From some lone harp in sadness Soar, . I And wakes the soul's soft pulses then I To bliss, no tongue cau tell again, ? I think on thee! I Or, in the gloom of midnight's hour, I When all is huth'd, and fancy's power,. I Whose dictates we can ne'er coutroal, I Sheds thoughts of terror oe'r the soul, I . I think on thee ! I That blessed thought, where'er I go, I 'Midst bale or blibb, or joy or woe, I Pursues me still,...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THlS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

frtHP jjS&kt NEWS1. IRRIVtOIN THV« FORT. Tone Wb,— The Itttty, John, Hassdl, Master, * * - Ivrtnev With a dSgb of suridries. PfSsen ?. Srs lUibey. Mrs.^tfcinBpnjMrs.WiUuwi. I ^TdhHdren Mr. Jam« BurdW Mr. 41*0 iyiiLET) frojk this tort. S5S?&iia ^ls^* 4a toa 1 JoUto^lrftmThomasWilUMni, Esq. i.iiB 5th.— The vRTwryvWm.TagRart, Master, fc? Hobart Town, with 200 bushels ^f^ats, and WO baEui barley, from J,& J. ?Solomon. ,„.. m«, ...The JietoluiiM, Thos Ybungi ll&it**, I. £j. Solomon, «nd a few aundnei. . ,Vj ' - . dkRMVED JN HOBART TOWH. ' *. f fiO mile ,«f that fort on her way here. On Friday,— The brig Ann, Capjt, Cornby, from . Bio, the 7ft of March, with a cargoof tobacco, fait, rum, wine, pork, and fruit, andnumerouB patstngers. BAILED from HOBART TOWN. On Tuesday last,— The Georgiana, Captain Thomson, for Sydney, with a valuable cargo, several passengers, and 2 prisoners. On Wednesday la»t,— The brie Margaret^ Capt. Craig, for Louden, vith a general c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

?^T^^ SiUtBS^ BY AUCTION. H To be Sold by Auction, ^M BY ? Mr. RICHARD WHITE, IB the Slow of Menrt. THOMSONS RALSTON, ^M on Tuiiiay, the \Qth tfJuntt 1829. ^?Ale and porter in hogshead* ^?l'ort nine in bottles ^?Pale Malaga sherry in hogsheads ^?L. P. Madeira in i casks ^?Superfine coatf and trowsers ? ^?Muslin dresses, muslin und black silk hinder ^H chiefs ^?Circassian shawls ^?Finc white quilting, plain and figured stuff ^?Whitp, colored, and imitation jeaa ^?English blanket* and flannel ^?Beaver bonneti ^?Waistcoats and duck trftWtert ^?Guernsey frocks ^?Superfine and second broad cloth ^?Bags and bagging ^?Roping twio* ^?Gunpowder and Tonkay tea ^?Fioe Liverpool salt ^?Sydney and English cheese ^?Warren's blacking . ? Earthenware, and a variety of other articles. ^Hir- above for sale by private contract until the '^m I6th iust. Good Wheat at 8s per buifcel taken ^H)n pn;inrnt, an* 1-U1» at S month* far ««ms «? ^^?ceeding £20. ^fcnceatou, lit Jane, 1829. H To 6e Sold by Auction,...

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FROM THE GAZETEE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

FROU THE GAZETTE OF LAST Wfi?K. I Tickets of Leave have been granted toihtB undermentioned:— , . , -'— rr. -'?- ? '- ..I eom*et Harrison, SI 3, liadr iUdlcy, David ? Smith, 328, do. ? Certificates of Freedom have beett obUiaedb/H the undermentioned:^- H John Rice, 28, Atlas, (3); George Warner, ? 519, Commodore Hayes J John May, 506, Asia ;? Charles Lewis, 334, Lady Eait^ Mary Scales, 68, ? Mary, (3.) ? Mblancuolt AtJCiDtNT.— It is with m«cliR-H met we have to announce this week the tinltmtlr H death by drowning, of ne less than si* m-H) at H Oyster bay. A boat belonging to Mr. M«f«s-u-H employed in the whale filhery, had l*t off fron B the station at the Sohouten's island, in order ioM fetch provisions from the main, a di»tM»ee « ? about sixteen miles. They had proceeded «'-?-]? five miles, when die wind beia* *dy?rfctaBiB squBlly, it weuld appear they were tacking tog* H about, when the boat upset, and, shocking to t«-M i.». *hair all n«nghMl. Their names are Mr.H Edward Garrelf, ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 8,1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

, f,j0JNCESTOJ! AD VER TISEB. ? ' MONDAY, JUNE 8/1849. .4 It is lhe pubHcdotj of a Journalist «? dispel delusion; but in the discharge of Out duty he wast nptVexpect to find his. road perfectly free from the arrows of tho.e who are interested in preventing the iEgis of truth frem confronting and fiisripating their power. But Knowledge to their eyes her ample page, Rfch w-th ti-« *Poil6 of tl-Qe dld ne or Ul'- Hail Knowledge, gift of Heaven ? ? E'en all the gifts of Heaven besides, Compared to thee how low. Mich*. If ope would rate asy particular merit ac cording- to Hi true raluation, it would be tte^sgary tQConpiierbowferit ntey justly be claunod.by mankind in general. We are per fectly sure that ip this little Island and in feet in the world generally . a thinking man :. Tar Mror Ami most maple imagine. It is not always the man who writes most, w,ho cession of ideM, which' flit over the mind ontyta'&aaow; that can or does constitute a thinking mind. I* is he who observing ...

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THE ELEVEN SERGEANTS AT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

THE ELEVEN SERGEANTS AT LAW. Bhjmii, vritttn at the Court ?/ CatrmouPUai. O, good Justice BEST, Of justice the giver, Your Court will bare rett If jour Court y»u deliver ? From that foe to all mirth, Men called Sergeant FIRTH ; From the cautious man, styled (Strange to sty) Sergeant WILDE ; From the heavy touuge-blow Of Sergeant ONSLOW; From tne son of the daddy Who made Sergeant TADDV ; From the teeth and the claws Of old Sergeant LAW£S ; From the wide opened beak Of young Sergeant PEAKE; From the tongue smooth and oily, Of Tamed Sergeant D'OYLEY ; From the briefless and gruff, Yet smooth Sergeant ROUGH ; ——And thpn grant as a loss Of tfcv kind Sergeant CROSS ; ——But most will I thank ye To tak« Sergeant SPANKIK j And toss in a blanket With Sergeant BOSANQTJET. — — Theh my Lord, you'll have rett, And be better than BUST.

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SUAVITY of unlettered Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

&UAVITY of unlettered QgTiciah. Having an inclination and also (be abilit jo liberate an unfortunate DEB TOR, I called at the goal to see him and was refused. Thinking that Mr. Gough's passion would cool, and that reason And humanity would prescribe a better course to him, after an interval of several days, I again called at the goal on Thursday last, and wa6 refused ad mittance to this unfortunate debtor , merely !o gratify private pique ; the under gaoler civilly observed be acted by Mr, Gough's or ders. I then wrote to the Deputv Sheriff Bnd received the following elegant sped, men of grammatical accuracy and insolence of office. 'COPY.' Under Sheriff's Office Launeeston. i June 6tb, 1829. la answer to your letter complain ing that you bad been refused admittance to tbe gaol to see a debtor, I have merely to observe that upon Mr. Lneas signifying1 his wish to that effect, he can see you at any time in the lodge, as I do not cfttwe to admit Ton into the gaol, I lam. Sir, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

PHMsw IMPOUNDED, AT Iia'unceslon Pouud, one Cow, black itdti, white back and bellj, short horns, I a bnuid «n near thigh, the lettsrs not percepti- J bi.. The same will be sold et the Pound, if not o taken away, and expences paid within, 2 ). days « from this date. J0HNW-*NIELS. 1 Ltunceiton. -* Pound-lwtper. Way 25th, 1820. ______ V T[E following choice selection of hand- » somely bound Books for Sale, at the Cornwall Hotel. Any person who may be „ inclined to take the whole, may have them E at a trifling per centage upon the cost price. ^ Opic's Madeline r Valentine's Eve New Tales ? Tales ©f the Heart * New Simple Tales g ♦'?? ' Illustrations of Lying f Montgomery's works « Mrs.RadclinVs Udolpho Romance of the Forest ? Sicilian i Italian [Wayne 1 Castles of Athlin and Dun t,ady Morgan** France ' Italy , Gaston de Blondeville i Hutchinson'a Memoirs . J Modem Biography , Byland's Spain Dance of Death ' 1 Galt'i Voyages ' Peregrine Pickle 4 Canterbury Tales Smollett's Work* i French...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

I Cormtall Bank* A1 T a Genera! meeting of Proprietors held An -lio 1st dav of Janet H was unanimously SdSS a' payable* Ewprlt tors having pud op £ instalments due on then- respective -sb»res. ireilooslj to the lstdoy of May last, ueuid (iridtud being completed on a gross profit of jBlfrSdpruttt-. JAME5RANK1N, An. 8lh, 1820. ? Secretary. I To Wheelwrights. I f Tt 7 ANTED, two Wheelwrigtite, t ?- whom I W Uie roost liberal wages -will be given, I .L an Apprentice to the same trade, with Whom I Brisbane Street, Launceston., I May 15th, 1829 I WANTED, I A SITUATION asClerk or Storekeeper, I respectfully attended to. j I LanDce«ton, J I May 16th, .1820. , j I A Farm to be Let. J I rno be LET, and entered upon imafedi I 1 ately, One Thounand Jcre* of Land, adjoin I hut the Elates ot Messrs. IUlston and Lktte, I Ken miles from Lauhceston, and known by 1 3ffiE?«2a«KE5.s 'PS?? h«*t «iU be taken iu payment of the £ ForfurtherVarUcular8aPp«; tothePnofr- of this paper. Q launtesioii, May 23rd,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 June 1829

The illustrious house of BRAGANZA is a stain to Europe---no man can coolly read their memoirs—he must find his natural affections rise against them. We find JOHN VI. to be a coward, flying even from the appearance of danger, a trampler on civil and religious liberties, making solemn oaths and protestations to serve the present end, and wickedly violating these oaths and protesta- tions when the day of need was past. DON MI- GUEL raised an unnatnral Absolom-like rebellion     against his father; he was then, to answer his ambitious purposes, an advocate of freedom ; he has now rebelled against his brother, or rather against his wife, and to serve the same ambitious views, he has changed sides, and become the champion of despotism. DON MIGUEL is a libertine in principle and practice, one who tramples on the rights of man, on the rights of nature and affection, the latter of which are held sacred by the meanest peasant ; and to the arms of this man, to the arm...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829

SHIPiSllk NEWS arrived in T1116 roitT. Jubp 8th, — The brig Queen Charlotte, Captain Waugnan, from Sydney, with a general cargo, l'as&mgcr, — Mr. John Lancey. ARRIVUO IN HOBART TOWS. On the 6th inst.— The barque Wimroti, Cant Chalmers, from Manilla and Lintin in China, the 17iti March, with a cargo of sugar, tea, &c, and one passenger. On the 9th.— The Australian Company's ship ZWron. Cain. Crc-aij, from Leith the 15th Dec. mid Rio the 21th March, wilh a general cargo, and numerous passengers. On the lOih.— The barque Afae, Capt. Todd, from Sydney, 30th May, with a general cargo, several 'passiiigers, and 4 detachment of the 63rd regiment of foot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829

SALES BY AUCTION. j i ' ? To be Sold by Auction, TE BY « Mr. RICHARD WHITE, ' dt the raid**** of Mr. J. H. REIBET, jf™''' - fM, on Wedwday and TAurirfajr, the 24lA and « I ' Ibthimtant, at 1 1 o'clock, without rcterve. J ONE hundwJ dwsti of Hyson skin Tea, jA ex Cumberland, the last importation in the I colonies, and warranted of the roost superwr pe I ooality.lt will be sold in lots to suit purchasm, I and three and four months credit will bo given bj I for purchases above £20, on approved bills; un* I der that sum cash. . I ALSO.— A very handsome phieton, imfort I «d lately to New South Wales, for the late J. Ox- 11 I ALSO.— to close various consignments, I One nunrheon of Jamaica rum I Two small casks of brandy in boud c« I A quantity of druggett I A few kees of butler . , , . * I A few caddies of imperial tea (very superior) I Men's and boy's hats I I Frying pans, nails of all sorts I Muskots D( ? Threadi, crapes, checks I liiww ^iwlii»g, long and Parramatta cloths si I Ditto tr...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. Certificates of Freedom have been, obtained br the undermentioned :— , llobcrt ©uckworlh, 22 Claudiae ; Matthew Harrison, 443 Caledonia [2] Tickets, of Leave have been granted to the undermentioned : — Joseph Wnldron, 294, Lady Ridley, William Pointer, 14*, (Juliana, Edwa*d Roberts, alt,, James Smith, 188 ditto, Charles Benwrigbt, 271 ditto, William Brice, 526, Phoenix, [1] ltobt. HelJing, 574 Asia, [I] Ticket* of Leave have been withdrawn from Hose Davey, 41, Ma; 3, aud from Hannah Vul lance, ], Friendship, for improper conduct. It having been sworn and otherwise made to appear, t at the Ticket of Leave per 389, gn nled to William Smith, Lord Melville, on the I7ili of July, 1819, was stolen out of hishouhs it Hew Norfolk, about 5 years ago, a renewed Ticket hai been granted to him. The Royal Staff Corps, we learn, is lobe Jmme. diately broken up, a omaBurf which will be of great benefit to the colon; ; for as most of them will natuially settle in the ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1829, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTl&Ell. MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1829, It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to' find his -road perfectly free from the arrow* of those who ere interested in preventing the ASgis of truth fr»m confronting and dissipating their power. ' O, sacred wrapon, left for truth's defence, Sole dread of folly, vice, and insolence ; Hcv'n-nl I touch thee ; but with honest zeal, To rnuse the watchmen of the public veal To Virtue's work.' It is very unfair to charge upon individu als those modes of thinking and acting, which their education and former circum* stances in life have led them into-, and it is nearly as true in reference to opinions of po litical, as it is to our. religious creed, that the place of our birth, joined to the company which we keep, fixes both the cne and the other. Throughout the whole of society, man takes a part, and no inconsiderable part of liis character from the si (nation whic...

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